María Teresa de Borbón y Vallabriga, 15th Countess of Chinchón (María Teresa Carolina; 6 March 1779 – 23 November 1828), was a Spanish noblewoman and Grandee. She was a patrilineal granddaughter of Philip V of Spain.
Hamza bey Kazazi (1779–1859) was an Albanian fighter and leader, known for his role in Albanian uprisings of 1835 in Shkodër. He had an only son called Tahir Hamze Kazazi. He is also known as the first Albanian to be photographed by Pietro Marubi.
Franc Serafin Metelko, also known as Fran Metelko (14 July 1779 – 27 December 1860) was a Slovene Roman Catholic priest, author, and philologist, best known for his proposal of a new script for the Slovene called the Metelko alphabet, which was meant to replace the traditional Bohorič alphabet, used since the late sixteenth century.
Maria Amalia of Bourbon, Infanta of Spain (Madrid, 9 January 1779 - Madrid, 22 July 1798), was a Spanish princess. She was a daughter of King Charles IV of Spain (1748–1819) and his spouse, Queen Maria Louisa (née of Bourbon-Parma) (1751–1819).
The Prince Octavius (23 February 1779 – 3 May 1783) was a member of the British Royal Family, the thirteenth child and eighth son of George III.
Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (born 19 April 1778 at Falkingham, now Folkingham, Lincolnshire, died 2 November 1857 in or near Nice, France) was the main author of the extensive Wynne Diaries and wife of the Royal Navy officer Thomas Fremantle (1765–1819), a close associate of Nelson.
George Washington Bush (1779 –April 5, 1863) was an American pioneer and one of the first multiracial (Irish and African-American) non-Amerindian settlers in what would later become the U.S. state of Washington.
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