French Open Mixed Doubles Winners 1925 – Present

French Open Mixed Doubles Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Mixed Doubles Tennis Competition

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June on clay courts.
The French Open Mixed doubles competition has been played every year with the exception of the war years 1940 – 1945.

See also: Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Winners
French Open Women’s Doubles Winners
French Open Men’s Doubles Winners

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French Open Women’s Doubles Winners 1925 – Present

French Open Women's Doubles Roland Garros

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the winners of the French Open Women’s Doubles Tennis Competition

It is played over 2 weeks, late May/ early June on clay courts.
The French Open Women’s doubles competition has been played every year with the exception of the war years 1940 – 1945.

See also: Wimbledon Ladies Doubles Winners
French Open Men’s Doubles Winners

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Thomas Jefferson 1743 – 1826

Thomas Jefferson

Father – Peter Jefferson
Mother – Jane Randolph
Spouses – Martha Wayles Skelton
Children – Martha (Patsy), Jane, unnamed son, Mary (Polly), Lucy Elizabeth, Lucy Elizabeth
President of the United States – 1801 – 1809
Predecessor – John Adams 1797 – 1801
Successor – James Madison 1809 – 1817

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Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland 1919 – Present

Leo Varadker Taoiseach Prime Minister of Ireland

A Timeline of Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland from 1919 to present day

In January 1919, members of Sinn Féin refused to take their seats in Westminster. Instead they formed their own parliament Dáil Éireann and pushed for self-governance. The Anglo-Irish Treaty of December 1921 granted self-government to 26 counties of Ireland, to be named the Irish Free State, while the other 6 counties in the north remained a part of the United Kingdom. The treaty included a clause which stated that the government of Ireland had to swear allegiance to the British monarch. Members of Sinn Féin, including leader Éamon de Valera refused to take this oath and did not take their seats in government. In 1931 the Statute of Westminster passed full authority to the Irish Free State. Éamon de Valera founded a new party Fianna Fáil and when he was elected he abolished the Oath of Allegiance. In 1937 de Valera changed the constitution and the Irish Free State became Ireland. In 1949 Ireland became the Republic of Ireland.

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Thomas More 1478 – 1535

Born – 7th February 1478 Died – 6th July 1535 Father – Sir John More (1451 – 1530) Mother – Agnes Graunger (d. 1499) Spouses – m. 1505 – Jane Colt (d. 1499), m. 1511 – Alice Middleton (1474 – 1551) Children – by Jane – Margaret (1505 – 1544), Elizabeth (1506 – 1564), Cicely … Read more Thomas More 1478 – 1535

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey 1473 – 1530

  Father – Robert Wolsey Mother – Joan Daundy Spouse – Joan Larke Children – Thomas Wynter, Dorothy 1473 (March) Thomas Wolsey was born to Robert Wolsey and Joan Daundy at Ipswich, Suffolk. Robert Wolsey was a butcher. 1478 (around) Thomas Wolsey began his education at Ipswich school. 1484 (around) Thomas attended Magdalen College, Oxford. 1488 … Read more Cardinal Thomas Wolsey 1473 – 1530

King Henry VII of England and Wales 1457 – 1509

King Henry VII

Born – 28th January 1457
Died – 21st April 1509
Royal House – Tudor
FatherEdmund Tudor (1430 – 1456)
MotherMargaret Beaufort (1443 – 1509)
SpouseElizabeth of York (1466 – 1503)
Children – Arthur (1496 – 1502), Margaret (1489 – 1541), Henry (1491 – 1547), Elizabeth (1492 – 1495), Mary (1496 – 1533), Edward (c 1498 – 1499), Edmund (1499 – 1500), Katherine (1503)
King of England – 1485 – 1509
PredecessorRichard III – 1483 – 1485
SuccessorHenry VIII – 1509 – 1547

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The Tudors 1485 – 1603

The Tudors symbol the Tudor RoseThis timeline details the main events that happened during the reign of the Tudors from the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485 to the accession of James I in 1603

See also: Tudor Executions 1485 – 1603

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Wimbledon Men’s Singles Winners 1877 to Present Day

This timeline gives a chronological listing of the Winners of the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Lawn Tennis Competition The competition is played on grass over 2 weeks – late June/ early July See also: Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles Winners Wimbledon Men’s Doubles Winners French Open Men’s Singles Winners US Open Men’s Singles Winners 1877 Spencer Gore GB … Read more Wimbledon Men’s Singles Winners 1877 to Present Day

Donald John Trump 1946 –

Donald TrumpFather – Fred Trump
Mother – Mary MacLeod Trump
Spouse – Ivana Zelnickova, Marla Maples, Melania Knauss
Children – by Ivana -Donald, Ivanka, Eric; by Marla – Tiffany; by Melania – Barron
President of the United States – 2017 – Present
Predecessor – Barack Obama – 2009 – 2017

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