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  • Eugene T. Booth, Jr. (1912 - 2004)
    Eugene Theodore Booth (1912 in Rome, Georgia – 6 March 2004) was an American nuclear physicist. He was a member of the historic Columbia University team which made the first demonstration of...
  • Brig. General Claudius C. Wilson (CSA) (1831 - 1863)
    Claudius Charles Wilson (October 1, 1831 – November 27, 1863) was a Confederate States Army colonel and brigade commander during the American Civil War. Wilson's promotion to brigadier gener...
  • Edward Fenwick Tattnall (1788 - 1832)
    Edward Fenwick Tattnall (June 3, 1788 – November 21, 1832) was an American politician, soldier and lawyer. Biography Born in Savannah, Georgia in 1788, Tattnall was educated in England. He...
  • Josiah Tattnall, Sr., Governor, U.S. Senator (1762 - 1803)
    TATTNALL, Josiah, a Senator from Georgia; born at Bonaventure, near Savannah, Ga., in 1762; completed preparatory studies; went with his father to England at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War and...
  • Edythe Chapman (1863 - 1948)
    Edythe Chapman (October 8, 1863 - October 15, 1948), was an American stage and silent film actress from Rochester, New York. As early as 1898 she appeared in New York, New York in the Charity Ball. E...

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