- Ruled England as king and queen?
- Ruled Jerusalem as king and queen?
- Has been accepted and revered by millions as a
- Arrived on the Mayflower in 1620?
- Arrived on the Mayflower in 1630?
- Signed the Magna Carta?
- Seems to have given Shakespeare the idea for one of his characters?
- Earned degrees from MIT, Stanford, and Harvard?
- Made peace between the Pilgrims and the Indians in Plymouth?
- Was at Concord Bridge when the Redcoats came?
- was born in the Holy Land, while her parents were on Crusade?
- Made peace between the Dutch and the English in New Amsterdam/New York?
- Survived the action on Lexington Green and was killed later the same day?
- Nearly had to be named after the Harvard Underpass?
- Lost his head in the aftermath of the Battle of Hexham in 1464?
- Wrote a bullying letter
to the Pope?
- Was on Lexington Green when the Redcoats came?
- Lost his head in the aftermath of the second Battle of StAlbans in 1461?
- Ran Brigham Young’s Beehive House for its first twenty years?
- Financed much of the exodus from Nauvoo to Winter Quarters to Salt Lake?
- Died on Lexington Green?
- Received an arrow directly into his forehead while scaling an Indian palisade in the Pequot Wars (and survived)?
- Abducted and married an heiress of our Plantagenet line?
- Died in a vehicle driven by a later candidate for the presidency of the United States?
- Laid out the streets and initial property boundaries of Watertown, Massachusetts, and Wethersford and New Haven, Connecticut?
- Left published works which Jefferson owned and from which he apparently borrowed for the Declaration of Independence?
- Was ransomed for 10,000 marks by Henry IV?
- Worked alone on the Kirtland Temple, the night before its dedication?
- Grew up in the household of Governor Bradford in Plymouth?
- Built and ran the grist mill at Winter Quarters?
- Served twice as a Latter-day Saint missionary in France?
- Was with Brigham Young when he first saw the Salt Lake Valley?
- Arrived in America in chains in 1652?
- Was a member of the Council which governed England during the absence of Henry V in France in 1415?
- Took part in founding
- Was the first American Express Agent in New England?
- Purchased much of Rhode Island from Wamsutta, son of Massasoit?
their child Oceanus, when he was born at sea on the Mayflower?
- Became the fifth knight of the Order of the Garter?
- Was summoned to parliament by both King Edward III of England and King Richard II of England?
- Assigned (although male) to a female companion in each of two missions to France?
- Made peace between the Indians and the “Mormons” in early Utah?
- Served lunch to President George Washington in Lexington in 1789?
- Was massacred by Indians at Lancaster, Massachusetts (three grandfathers: two in 1675, then another in 1695)?
- Took part in the settling parties that founded four cities in 17th-century America.
- Was a powerful Marcher Lord of the Welsh Marches in the 15th century?
- Directed the Third Crusade?
- Shushed Paul Revere in Lexington?
- Took part in the action of the Lexington/Concord alarm in 1775?
- Died and is buried at Winter Quarters?
- Died at Richardson’s
Point during the exodus from Nauvoo?
- Was Joseph Smith’s best friend?
- Married the scandalous favorite of the heir to the throne of England?
- Founded East Mill Creek in the Salt Lake Valley of Utah?
- Founded Hartford, Connecticut?
- Directed a long, bloody
civil war against her cousin, the King of England, eventually winning the throne for her own son?
- Lost his fortune and his family by helping Joseph Smith?
- Was Imprisoned by her husband for the last sixteen years of his life?
- Planted and tended the first cultivated tree in the Great Basin?
- Led an army of women in the Second Crusade?
- Paraded the militia on Lexington Green, in preparation for the Redcoats?
- Conquered England, taking it over from the Saxons?
- A principal hero in the
rescue of the Willie and Martin handcart companies?
- Lost his
father in the first terrible winter in Plymouth?
- Helped Edward III take the throne of England?
- Was summoned to Canterbury for trial, but came to America instead?
- Grew up in Brigham Young’s household, didn’t like it, and ran away?
- Was the first Mayor
of New York City?
- Was the bad guy in the movie Braveheart?
- Took part in founding Carlisle, Massachusetts?
- Built the greatest European empire since the Romans?
- Served as the second Mayor of Salt Lake City?
- Led the founders of Lancaster, Massachusetts?
- Took over from Myles Standish when he retired?
- Became Empress of the Holy Roman Empire as a child, then later Duchess of Normandy and mother of the King of England?
- Grew their hair and beards to serve as diplomatic envoys from Brigham Young to the Indians in Utah?
- Spent two years in the Jamestown settlement in Virginia before embarking for Plymouth as a Pilgrim?
- Became Queen of France as a teenager, and was later Queen of England?
- Took part in founding Cambridge, Massachusetts?
- Was murdered and beheaded at the start of King Philip’s War?
- Accompanied the king of Cyprus to the Holy Land in 1363?
- Was jailed for months on suspicion of attempting to assassinate the Governor of Missouri?
- Taught statecraft to Eleanor of Aquitaine?
- Built around 1650 a house that is still occupied as a dwelling?
- Was captured with 8000 other Scots in the Battle of Worcester in 1651?