• Charles Theodore Pachelbel

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  • Charles Theodore Blachier

    Charles Theodore Blachier

    Charles Theodore Blachier (6 February 1859, Geneva – 5 October 1915, Geneva) was a Swiss entomologist who specialised in Lepidoptera.

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  • Charles Theodore Russell

    Charles Theodore Russell

    Charles Theodore Russell (November 20, 1815 – January 16, 1896) was a Massachusetts politician who served in both branches of the Massachusetts legislature and as the Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Russell was the father of Cambridge Mayor and Massachusetts Governor William E. Russell.

  • Charles Theodore Te Water

    Charles Theodore Te Water

    Charles Theodore Te Water (4 February 1887 – 6 June 1964) was a South African barrister, diplomat and politician who was appointed as President of the Assembly of the League of Nations.

  • Charles Theodore, Elector Palatine

  • Charles Théodore Henri De Coster

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  • Charles Theodore, Duke of Berg

  • Charles Theodore, Prince-Elector, Count Palatine and Duke of Bavaria

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