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|Anthony Synnot||Wiki Detail||Admiral Sir Anthony Monckton Synnot KBE, AO (5 January 1922 - 4 July 2001) was an Admiral in the Royal Australian Navy and between 1979 and 1982 was Chief of the Defence Force Staff in Australia.|
|David Synnot||Wiki Detail||Colonel David Synnot ("alt" Sinnot) was Governor of Wexford during the Sack of Wexford by Cromwell.|