Joseph Dudley, Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, was born September 23rd 1647 and died April 2nd 1720. Joseph Dudley was the son of one of the founders of Roxbury Massachusetts who was active in various colonial roles including a member of the council of the Province of New York, eight years as leutenant governor of the Isle of Wight, a member of parliament, and governor of Massachusetts Bay and New Hampshire.
Tombstone of Edmund (Edmuno) Tapp Jr and his wife Ann Tapp in 1663.
Manuel I o Venturoso, Rei de Portugal, or in English, Manuel I of Portugal. Manuel I was the King of Porugal and the Algarves who was born May 31st, 1469, and died December 13th, 1521. He is most remembered for his achievements in political affairs and the arts.
Photo of a happy Dorothy Calvo with an unknown friend or family member.
Dorothy Calvo celebrating with her family.
Governor Simon Bradstreet was a colonial magistrate, businessman and politician who arrived to the United States via the Winthrop Fleet in 1630.
The famous physicist Albert Einstein ( אלברט אינשטיין), born Jewish in Germany, left Germany when Hitler came to power to spend the rest of his life as a faculty member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton New Jersey.
Åke Henriksson Tott was born in 1598 and died in 1640. He was a Swedish soldier and politician who led an army in the Thirty Years' War which lasted from 1618 - 1648.
Charles Brandon 1st Duke Of Suffolk and the 1st Viscount Lisle was born circa 1484 and died August, 22nd 1545. His third wife, Mary Tudor, made him the brother-in-law to Henry VIII.
Family portrait of Theunis Dirkschen van Schalkwijk and the rest of the immediate van Schalkwijk family.