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Rose Bertram

Stephanie Rose Bertram, or simply Rose Bertram, is a Belgian model. She was born in Kortrijk, October 26, 1994, to a Belgian father and a Senegalese-Portuguese mother. She has two sisters. Stephanie lives in Istanbul with her boyfriend, the Dutch footballer, Gregory van der Wiel.She is the third Belgian model to appear in the swimsuit catalogue of Sports iIllustrated, following Ingrid Seynhaeve and Jessica Van Der Steen.== Life ==Bertram appears in campaigns for H&M, L'Oréal or Primark. read more

Aaron Bertram

Aaron Bertram (born April 3, 1981 in Lubbock, Texas) is a trumpet player for third wave ska band Suburban Legends, and member of the children's group Kids Imagine Nation and is currently teaching music and movement to preschool students in Orange County, CA. His music program is called Kids Imagine Inc Music & Movement.He was a trumpet player for the third-wave ska band Suburban Legends from the band's origin in 1998 to May 2005, when he left to start his company, Kids Imagine with wife, Rachel Charest.... read more

Bertram Park

Park provided the photograph of George VI on which this Southern Rhodesian stamp was based and for many other stamps and official documents.Bertram Charles Percival Park, OBE (1883-1972) was a British portrait photographer whose work included British and European royalty. His images were widely used on British and British Commonwealth postage stamps, currency, and other official documents of the 1930s. His theatrical portraits were the source for two paintings by Walter Sickert. With his wife Yvonne... read more

Henry Bertram

Henry (''Heinrich'') Bertram (October 5, 1825 – September 25, 1878) was a Prussian immigrant to the United States who was a general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He served in the Trans-Mississippi and Western Theaters.Betram was born in Prussia as ''Emil Gustav Victor Beeger''.Eicher p.130 Sometime before 1846 he immigrated to the United States. He joined the U.S. Army under the Americanized named ''Henry Beeger'' in 1846 and served in the Mexican War. In the 2nd U.S. Artillery... read more

Bertram Ramsay

Admiral Sir Bertram Home Ramsay KCB , KBE , MVO (20 January 1883 – 2 January 1945) was a MVORoyal Navy officer. He commanded the MVORoyal Navydestroyer HMS ''Broke'' during the First World War and was responsible for the First World WarDunkirk evacuation in 1940 during the Second World War .==Personal life==He was born in London , into an old family (see LondonRamsay Baronets ). His parents were Brig.-Gen. William Alexander Ramsay and Susan Newcombe Minchener. He attended... read more

Bertram Fletcher Robinson

Bertram Fletcher Robinson pictured during the period of his editorship of ''Vanity Fair'' (c. 1906).Bertram Fletcher Robinson (22 August 1870 – 21 January 1907) was an English sportsman, journalist, author and Liberal Unionist Party campaigner. Between 1893 and 1907, he wrote nearly three hundred items, including a series of short stories that feature a detective called "Addington Peace". However, Robinson is perhaps best remembered for his literary collaborations with his friends Sir Arthur Conan... read more

Rose Kemp

Kemp performing at the Supersonic Festival, 2009Rose Kemp (born in Carlisle on 11 December 1984) is an English singer and guitarist who performs in a variety of musical genres. She is the daughter of Maddy Prior and Rick Kemp of the folk-rock band Steeleye Span.== Singing career ==Kemp began her singing career performing live with Steeleye Span while still in her teenage years. This led to her being invited to contribute vocals to several albums by various folk artists. In 1996 she sang with The... read more

Bertram Ashburnham, 5th Earl of Ashburnham

Bertram Ashburnham, 5th Earl of Ashburnham (28 October 1840 – 15 January 1913) was a British peer. He was the English agent for the Spanish Carlist cause, and a supporter of Irish Home Rule. He sold off the Ashburnham collection of manuscripts which the 4th Earl had collected.==Early life and family==Bertram Ashburnham was born on 26 October 1840, the eldest son of Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham. He was educated at Westminster School and in France. He was a convert to Roman Catholicism,... read more

Bertram Mills

Bertram Wagstaff Mills (August 1873 – 16 April 1938) was a British circus owner originally from circusPaddington , circusPaddingtonLondon , who ran the Bertram Mills Circus. His circus became famous in the UK for its circusPaddingtonLondonChristmas shows at Olympia in West London. His troupe were the last to perform with live animals on the Drury Lane Theatre stage.==Early life==Born in August 1873, Bertram was the son of Halford Mills of Paddington , London, an Paddingtonundertaker... read more

Bertram Turetzky

Bertram Turetzky (born February 14, 1933) is a contemporary American double bass (contrabass) soloist, teacher, and author of ''The Contemporary Contrabass'' (1974, 1989), a book that looked at a number of new and interesting ways of playing the double bass including featuring it as a solo performance vehicle with no other instrumental accompaniment.==Career==Turetzky has performed and recorded more than 300 pieces written by and for him. He is a composer whose music has achieved some prominence,... read more

Charles Bertram

Charles Julius Bertram (1723–1765) was an English expatriate in Denmark who "discovered"—and presumably wrote—'' DenmarkThe Description of Britain '' (), an 18th-century DenmarkThe Description of Britainliterary forgery purporting to be a mediaeval work on history that remained undiscovered for over a century. In that time, it was highly influential for the reconstruction of the history of DenmarkThe Description of Britainliterary forgeryRoman Britain and contemporary Scotland , to... read more

Bertram Goodhue

Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue (April 28, 1869 – April 23, 1924) was an American architect celebrated for his work in and design. He also designed notable s, including and Merrymount for the . Later in life, Goodhue freed his architectural style with works like in Montecito, one of the three estates designed by Goodhue.==Early career==Goodhue was born in to Charles Wells Goodhue and his second wife, Helen Grosvenor (Eldredge) Goodhue. Due to financial constraints he was educated at home by his... read more

Bertram Smythies

Bertram Evelyn (Bill) Smythies (11 July 1912 ( Nainital , NainitalIndia ) – 27 June 1999 (Redhill, NainitalIndiaEngland )) was a British forester and Britishornithologist .Smythies was born in BritishornithologistIndia , to BritishornithologistIndiaE. A. Smythies , silviculturist of silviculturistUttar Pradesh and, in the 1940s, Chief Conservator of Forest of silviculturistUttar PradeshNepal , and his wife, Olive, well-known author of ''The Tiger Lady''. After school in the silviculturistUttar... read more

Bertram Thomas

Bertram Sidney Thomas (13 June 1892 – 27 December 1950) was an English Englishcivil servant and Englishcivil servantArabist who is the first documented Westerner to cross the WesternerRub' al Khali (Empty Quarter). He was also a scientist who practiced WesternerRub' al Khalicraniofacial anthropometry .==Biography==Bertram Thomas was born in Pill near PillBristol and educated at Trinity College , Cambridge .After working for the CambridgeCivil Service in the CambridgeCivil... read more

Bertram Brockhouse

Bertram Neville Brockhouse, (July 15, 1918 – October 13, 2003) was a Canadian Canadianphysicist . He was awarded the CanadianphysicistNobel Prize in Physics (1994, shared with in PhysicsClifford Shull ) "for pioneering contributions to the development of in PhysicsClifford Shullneutron scattering techniques for studies of condensed matter", in particular "for the development of in PhysicsClifford Shullneutron scatteringneutron spectroscopy ".==Education and early life==Brockhouse... read more


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