Richard Deane (regicide)

Richard Deane, Englishman who supported the Parliamentarian cause in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. He was a General at Sea, major-general and one of the regicides of Charles I.
Francis Wolferstan Thomas
Francis Wolferstan Thomas was a Canadian banker and a philanthropist in Montreal
Henry Pearce Driscoll
Lt.-Colonel Henry Peard Driscoll (1792-1869) Q.C., J.P., was an Irish officer court-martialled and discharged from the British Army at Montreal. Remaining there he edited two newspapers and became well known as a lawyer, poet and wit
Duke of Kent House, Quebec
Duke of Kent House or Kent House is situated on the corner of Rue Saint-Louis and Haldimand, behind the Château Frontenac in Quebec City, named after its most famous resident Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn. Though altered and transformed
James King, 5th Earl of Kingston
James King, 5th Earl of Kingston, styled The Honourable James King between 1839 and 1867, was an Irish peer
Berkeley Smith
Berkeley Alexander Smith was a broadcaster and a senior figure in the television world for nearly 40 years
John Smith (banneret)
Sir John Smith of Skilts (1616–1644) was an Englishman who supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War. He is best known for recapturing the Royal Standard at the Battle of Edgehill, a deed for which he was made a knight banneret by King
Major Mercer (Worcestershire horse)
Major Mercer, the commander of the Worcestershire horse, played a significant part in the Battle of Worcester in 1651, but although mentioned in primary sources his full name is not given in them. David Laing speculated that he was John Mercer, the
James Livingstone, 1st Viscount Kilsyth
James Livingstone, 1st Viscount Kilsyth, was a devoted Scottish Royalist who was raised to the peerage of Scotland as Viscount Kilsyth and Lord Campsie in 1661
John Hewson (regicide)
Colonel John Hewson (Hughson) was a soldier in the New Model Army and signed the death warrant of King Charles I, making him a regicide
Jakub Landovský
Jakub Landovský, is a Czech politician, lawyer, and university pedagogue, who is currently an ambassador to NATO since 5 August 2019. He had served as the Deputy Minister of Defense from 2015 to 2019