Armand-Louis Couperin
Christie and Fuller,cembali. this quator was composed for cembali with 'machine' (genouillers) and buffalo's skin register like in the new instruments (re)bu...
Johann Wilhelm Hertel
Maurice Andre.
Thomas Gainsborough
A great English Artist.
Pierre Cusson
Pierre Cusson (1727–1783), anglicised as Peter Cusson, was a French botanist who specialised in Umbelliferae. As a young man he travelled through Majorca, Spain and the Pyrenees, building up an excell...
Robert Douglas (1727–1809)
Robert Douglas (1727–1809) was a Scottish-born soldier who replaced Ludwig Ernst von Brunswick-Lüneburg-Bevern as governor of the garrison city of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands in 1784. He was m...
Josef Jáchym Redelmayer
Josef Jáchym Redelmayer (April 20, 1727 - February 13, 1788) was a Czech painter, fresco painter and theater decorator during late Rococo period.
Born in Prague, as a seventeen-year-old Redelmayer...
Frederick Hambright
Frederick Hambright (May 1, 1727 n.s.– March 9, 1817) was a military officer who fought in both the local militia and in the North Carolina Line of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. H...
John Haslet
John Haslet (c. 1727– January 3, 1777) was an American clergyman and soldier from Milford, in Kent County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the French and Indian War and an officer of the Continent...
Jacques Philippe de Choiseul-Stainville
Jacques Philippe de Choiseul (6 September 1727, Lunéville - 2 June 1789, Strasbourg) was a French Marshal of France, general and nobleman. He became count and then in 1786 duke of Choiseul-Stainville ...
Parker Wickham
Parker Wickham (February 28, 1727–May 22, 1785) is famous for being a Loyalist politician who was banished from the State of New York under dubious circumstances.Wickham was the oldest son of Jo...
Ingeborg Norell
Ingeborg Norell (born 1727), was the first Finnish female to have received an official decoration and to have been the subject of a commemorative plaque. She was commemorated in recognition for her ac...
Thomas Ludlam
Thomas Ludlam (1727–1811) was an English clergyman, known as a theologian and essayist.
Born at Leicester, he was younger brother to William Ludlam. He graduated B.A. at St John's College, Cambrid...
Jędrzej Kitowicz
Jędrzej Kitowicz (1727 or 1728 – 3 April 1804) was a Polish historian and diarist.According to Roman Pollak, a historian of Polish literature, Kitowicz was born into a bourgeois family in Wielko...
Jean Elliot
Jean Elliot (April 1727 – 29 March 1805), also known as Jane Elliot, was a Scottish poet, and the third daughter of Sir Gilbert Elliot, 2nd Baronet of Minto, Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland in 1763. He...
Thomas Spencer Wilson
General Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson, 6th Baronet (25 January 1727 — 29 August 1798) was an officer of the British Army and Member of Parliament.The son of Sir Thomas Wilson, 4th Baronet, he succeeded hi...
Juan de Velasco
Juan de Velasco y Pérez Petroche (1727–1792) was an 18th-century Jesuit priest, historian, and professor of philosophy and theology from the Royal Audience of Quito. He was born in Riobamba to J...
Zenon Kazimierz Wysłouch
Zenon Kazimierz Wysłouch (1727–1805) was a chamberlain of the Brzeskie Voivodeship and a member of the Great Sejm.Born on the Leżajka family estate (Polesie, currently Belarus) as the first son of Ant...
John Gano
John Gano (Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey on July 22, 1727 - August 10, 1804) was a Baptist minister and Revolutionary War chaplain who allegedly baptized his friend, General George Wash...
John Beale Bordley
John Beale Bordley, (February 11, 1727 Annapolis, Maryland – January 26, 1804 Philadelphia) was a Maryland planter and judge.
He was the son of Thomas Bordley, from Yorkshire, England 1694, attorn...
Clas Frietzcky
Clas Frietzcky (1727–1803) was a Swedish politician. In 1754 he became manager of the Storfors factory located outside Filipstad. He was a skilled business owner but left this profession to engage in ...
Denis-Pierre-Jean Papillon de la Ferté
Denis-Pierre-Jean Papillon de la Ferté (Châlons-en-Champagne 17 February 1727 — Paris 7 July 1794) was a connoisseur of art and an administrator (an Intendant and from 1763 the sole Intendant) of the...
Felix Ivo Leicher
Felix Ivo Leicher (May 18 or 19, 1727 - February 20, 1812) was a Czech-born Viennese painter of altarpieces and secular works, which was spread to a wide area throughout the Habsburg Empire and beyond...
Tomás Xavier de Lima Teles da Silva, 1st Marquis of Ponte de Lima
Tomás Xavier de Lima Teles da Silva, 1st Marquis of Ponte de Lima, 13th Count of Vila Nova de Cerveira (12 October 1727 — 23 December 1800), was a Portuguese nobleman, statesman, and historian.
To...
Michail Papageorgiou
Michail Papageorgiou (Greek: Μιχαήλ Παπαγεωργίου; 1727–1796) was a Greek philosopher.He was born in Siatista in 1727. He studied philosophy in the Maroutsaia School of Ioannina under Eugenios Voul...
David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield
David Murray, 2nd Earl of Mansfield KT, PC (9 October 1727 – 1 September 1796), known as The Viscount Stormont from 1748 to 1793, was a British politician. He succeeded to both the Mansfield and Stor...
Charles Ingram, 9th Viscount of Irvine
Charles Ingram, 9th Viscount of Irvine (19 March 1727 – 27 June 1778), known as Charles Ingram until 1763, was a British landowner, politician and courtier.Ingram was the son of Colonel the Honourable...