Results for: 1743

In History of England

Who was the monarch of England in 1743?

George II was the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in 1743. England (with Scotland and Wales) was part of Great Britain.
In History of the United States

What wife of Samuel Chase died in 1743?

Samuel Chase was born in 1741, so he was unmarried in 1743. Chase married Ann Baldwin in May 1762; she died in 1776. He later married an Englishwoman, Hannah Kitty, in 1785.
In History of the United States

What was the world population in 1743?

The estimated population of the world in 1743 was 625 millioninhabitants. By the year 1843, the population had increased to 1.18billion people.
In Coins and Paper Money

What is a 1743 phs v d g hisp etind r coin worth?

My father had one of these in his collection. He paid $70.00 for it, but unfortunately I don't know when that was. Here is the information with the coin: 1743 Mexico, Mo M 2 R (MORE)
In Christianity

The christian man visited gwennap pit around 1743?

This would have been John Wesley, who visited wennap Pit on several occasions preaching to the many locals there. Wesley was an Anglican clergyman who was concerned with the (MORE)
In Coins and Paper Money

What is the value of a Philip V 1743 copy coin worth?

these are very rare/limited copies and considering they are 14kt gold plated with excellent finish and coinage quality they could cost up to $30 dollars depending on condition (MORE)
In Television and Video

What tv shows were created in 1743?

As the first television was demonstrated in 1925, there were no television shows created in the 1700s.
In British Coins

What is the value of a 1743 British Halfpenny?

A British 1743 copper Halfpenny (George II), circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £5 to £270 GBP. NOTE - The reverse of these coins is upsi (MORE)