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Scott Milross Buchanan (1895 - 1968)

Scott Milross Buchanan (March 17, 1895 – March 25, 1968) was an American philosopher, educator, and foundation consultant. He is best known as the founder of the Great Books program at St. Joh...

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Samuel Hutchison Beer (1911 - 2009)

Samuel Hutchison Beer (July 28, 1911 – April 7, 2009) was an American political scientist who specialized in the government and politics of the United Kingdom. He was a longtime professor at H...

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Roger Sherman Loomis (1887 - 1966)

Roger Sherman Loomis (October 31, 1887 – October 11, 1966) was an American scholar and one of the foremost authorities on medieval and Arthurian literature. Biography Born to American pare...

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Amos Nourse, U.S. Senator (1794 - 1877)

Amos Nourse (December 17, 1794 – April 7, 1877) was a medical doctor who became a U.S. Senator from the state of Maine for a very short term. Born in Bolton, Massachusetts, he graduated from H...

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Edward Burnett, US Congress (1849 - 1925)

Edward Burnett (March 16, 1849 – November 5, 1925) was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Burnett attended St. Paul's School. He was graduated from St. Ma...

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Owen Brewster, Governor, U.S. Senator (1888 - 1961)

Ralph Owen Brewster (February 22, 1888 – December 25, 1961) was an American politician from Maine. Brewster, a Republican, was solidly conservative. Brewster was a close confidant of Joseph Mc...

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William Roscoe Thayer (1859 - 1923)

William Roscoe Thayer (1859–1923) was an American author and editor who wrote about Italian history. Biography Thayer was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 16, 1859. He studied at S...

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Norman Hapgood (1868 - 1937)

Norman Hapgood (March 28, 1868 - April 29, 1937) was an American writer, journalist, editor, and critic, and an American ambassador to Denmark. Biography Norman Hapgood was born March 28, 1868 in...

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Charles Joseph Bonaparte, U.S. Secretary of the Navy and Attorney General (1851 - 1921)

Charles Joseph Bonaparte (June 9, 1851 – June 28, 1921) was an American lawyer and political activist from Maryland who served in the Cabinet of President Theodore Roosevelt. Bonaparte was Sec...

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Ellery Sedgwick, I (1872 - 1960)

Ellery Sedgwick (February 27, 1872 – April 21, 1960) was an American editor, brother of Henry Dwight Sedgwick. Early life He was born in New York City to Henry Dwight Sedgwick II and Henri...

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Henry Dwight Sedgwick, III (1861 - 1957)

Henry Dwight Sedgwick III (September 24, 1861–1957) was an American lawyer and author, brother of Ellery Sedgwick. He was born at Stockbridge, Massachusetts, second child of Henry Dwight Sedgw...

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Joseph Alsop (1910 - 1989)

Joseph Wright Alsop V (October 10, 1910 – August 28, 1989) was an American journalist and syndicated newspaper columnist from the 1930s through the 1970s. Early years Alsop was born in Avo...

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Bellamy Storer (1847 - 1922)

) Bellamy Storer (August 28, 1847 - November 12, 1922) was a U.S. Representative from Ohio and a diplomat for the United States in Europe. Biography Storer was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son...

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Judge Nicholas Longworth II (1844 - 1890)

In addition to his legal career, Nicholas Longworth also was a businessman, a scholar of Greek poetry, a novelist, a world traveler, an outdoorsman who loved canoeing and yachting and a patron of the...

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Samuel P. Huntington (1927 - 2008)

Samuel Phillips Huntington (April 18, 1927 – December 24, 2008) was an influential conservative political scientist from the United States of America whose works covered multiple sub-fields of...

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Cale Young Rice (1872 - 1943)

Cale Young Rice (December 7, 1872 – January 24, 1943) was an American poet and dramatist. He was born in Dixon, Kentucky to Laban Marchbanks Rice, a Confederate veteran and tobacco merchant,...

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George Biddle (1885 - 1973)

George Biddle (January 24, 1885 – November 6, 1973) was an American artist best known for his social realism, combat art, and his strong advocacy of government-sponsored art projects. A native...

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G. David Low (1956 - 2008)

George David Low (February 19, 1956 – March 15, 2008[2]) was an American aerospace executive and a NASA astronaut. Personal Low was born February 19, 1956, in Cleveland, Ohio and was activ...

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Theodore Roosevelt, III (1914 - 2001)

The Theodore Roosevelt Association announces with regret the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, III. Anne Mason Babcock Roosevelt died after a long illness on Jan. 29, and her husband of 61 y...

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George Ashley Campbell (1870 - 1954)

George Ashley Campbell (November 27, 1870 – November 10, 1954) was a pioneer in developing and applying quantitative mathematical methods to the problems of long-distance telegraphy and teleph...

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Harry Blackmun, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1908 - 1999)

Harold Andrew Blackmun (November 12, 1908 – March 4, 1999) was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1970 until 1994. He is best known as the author of Roe v. Wad...

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Brevet Brig. General William E. Doster (USA) (1837 - 1919)

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. A law student at the beginning of the Civil War, he enlisted in the Army and was appointed a Captain in the Pennsylvania Cavalry Corps. In 1862, he was promo...

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William English Walling (1877 - 1936)

William English Walling (1877–1936) (known as "English" to friends and family) was an American labor reformer and Socialist Republican born in Louisville, Kentucky. He was the grandson of Will...

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Samuel Miller Quincy (1832 - 1887)

Samuel Miller Quincy (/ˈkwɪnzi/; 1832–1887) was the 28th mayor of New Orleans (May 5, 1865 – June 8, 1865). He was also a Harvard graduate (1852), lawyer and legal histori...

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Josiah Quincy, III (1772 - 1864)

Josiah Quincy III (/ˈkwɪnzi/; February 4, 1772 – July 1, 1864) was a U.S. educator and political figure. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1805–1813), ...

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Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe (1864 - 1960)

) Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe (also Anthony, DeWolf and Jr; August 28, 1864 in Bristol, Rhode Island – December 6, 1960 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) was an American editor and author. Early li...

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Bishop Alexander Viets Griswold (1766 - 1843)

Dorothy Viets Schell quotes the Dictionary of American Biography: ". . . Alexander's early years were spent on his father's farm, but when he was ten years old, since he displayed more interest in ...

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Samuel Gridley Howe (1801 - 1876)

Samuel Gridley Howe (November 10, 1801 – January 9, 1876) was a 19th century United States physician, abolitionist, and an advocate of education for the blind. Contents 1 Early life and ed...

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Henry Merritt Wriston (1889 - 1978)

Henry Merritt Wriston (July 4, 1889 – March 8, 1978) was an American educator, presidential advisor, and served as president at both Brown University and Lawrence University. Early life He...

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Reuben Arthur Brower (1908 - 1975)

Reuben graduated from Amherst College summa cum laude in 1930. He taught English literature at Amherst. He became a full professor at Harvard University in 1953. He was also an author of many books. Am...

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Rev. Nicholas Noyes MP (1615 - 1701)

Nicholas Noyes was a colonial minister in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem witch trials. He was the second minister, called the "Teacher", to Rev. John Higginson. During the Salem wi...

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George Hubbard Blakeslee (1871 - 1954)

George Hubbard Blakeslee was an academic, professor of history and international relations at Clark University, and a founder (along with G. Stanley Hall) of the Journal of Race Development, which desp...

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Albert Francis Blakeslee (1874 - 1954)

Albert Francis Blakeslee was an American botanist. He is best known for his research on the poisonous jimsonweed plant and the sexuality of fungi. He was the brother of the Far East scholar George Hu...

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George Brown Goode (1851 - 1896)

George Brown Goode (13 February 1851 – 6 September 1896), was an ichthyologist, although most of his time was spent as a museum administrator and he was very interested in the history of scien...

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Rev. Nathaniel Eaton (1610 - 1647)

Reverend Nathaniel Eaton 1610-1674 First schoolmaster of Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Later became a clergyman. Parents: 'Rev. Richard Eaton 1565-1616 Elizabeth Shepheard 1569-1636 ...

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Dr. John Glover MP (c.1632 - 1668)

JOHN GLOVER, M.D., was probably born in America. He was certainly educated in Harvard college, New England, where he graduated bachelor of arts. As a doctor of medicine of Aberdeen, of May 15th (Idibus...

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Rev. Henry Dunster, First President of Harvard MP (1609 - 1659)

Henry Dunster Baptized: 26 November 1609 - Bolholt, Bury, Lancashire Parents:  Henry Dunster (abt 1580–1646) and Henry's first wife, who is not named in any records. Wives:...

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Rev. Joseph Parke MP (1705 - 1777)

Rev. Joseph Parke Birth: Mar 12 1705 - Newton, MA Death: Mar 1 1777 - Westerly, RI Parents: John Parke, Elizabeth Miller Siblings: Elizabeth Park, John Park, Solomon Park, Elizabeth Park, Abi...

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William Thomas Piper, Sr. (1881 - 1970)

William Thomas Piper Sr. (January 8, 1881, Knapps Creek, New York U.S. - January 15, 1970, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania) was an American airplane manufacturer, and founder, eponym, and 1st president of P...

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Courtlandt S. Gross (1904 - 1982)

Courtlandt Sherrington "Cort" Gross (21 November 1904 – 15 July 1982) was an American aviation pioneer and executive who served as a leading officer of Lockheed Corporation for 35 years. He re...

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Frederick C. Crawford (1891 - 1994)

Frederick Coolidge Crawford (March 19, 1891 - December 9, 1994) was an American industrialist and philanthropist. He was also the president of Thompson Products, Inc. (which later became part of TRW)...

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Robert B. Crosby, Governor (1911 - 2000)

Robert Berkey Crosby (March 26, 1911 – January 7, 2000) was an American Republican politician who served as the 27th Governor of Nebraska from 1953 to 1955. Crosby was born in North Platte, ...

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George L. Sheldon, Governor (1870 - 1960)

George Lawson Sheldon (May 31, 1870 – April 4, 1960), the first Nebraska-born governor, was 14th Governor of Nebraska from 1907 until 1909. He was a Republican from the progressive wing of tha...

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Edmund Rhett (1833 - 1871)

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Col. Alfred M. Rhett,CSA (1829 - 1889)

Colonel Alfred Rhett, son of ex-United States and Confederate States Senator R. Barnwell Rhett, died at Charleston, S.C. yesterday in the sixtieth year of his age of congestive chills. He was graduat...

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William F. Quinn, 12th Territorial and 1st State Governor of Hawaii MP (1919 - 2006)

William Francis Quinn (July 13, 1919 – August 28, 2006) was the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii from 1957 to 1959 and the Governor of the State of Hawaii from 1959 to 1962. Originally appo...

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Marshall Howard Berman MP (1940 - 2013)

Marshall Howard Berman ((November 24, 1940 – September 11, 2013) "an author, academic, philosopher and lyrical defender of modernism, Karl Marx and his native New York City, died on Wednesday in...

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William Reed (1842 - 1913)

Editor and proprietor, Taunton Mass Daily Gazette. His paternal ancestors settled in Woburn, early in the Colonial period, and several generations resided in Newbury and Newburyport ... Harvard gra...

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Jeffrey Eastman Fuller (1917 - 1970)

Jeffrey Fuller (1917–1970) worked for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) from 1948–1966 and also served in the U.S. Army during World War II. At the ACLU, Fuller was responsible ...

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Brig. Gen. Timothy Ruggles, Jr. MP (1711 - 1795)

Timothy Ruggles was as an American military leader, jurist and politician. He was a delegate to the first Stamp Act congress of 1765. He was the son of the Rev. Timothy Ruggles; grandson of Capt. Samue...

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Albert Hewett Coons, M.D. (1912 - 1978)

Albert Hewett Coons, M.D. (June 28, 1912 – September 30, 1978) was an American physician, pathologist, and immunologist. He was the first person to conceptualize and develop immunofluorescent ...

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Charles Hale MP (1831 - 1882)

Journalist, politician and diplomat. Hale, son of journalist Nathan Hale and grand-nephew to the patriot Nathan Hale, was a journalist and literary writer. He founded the short lived "To-Day: a Boston ...

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Rev. Edward Everett Hale MP (1822 - 1909)

Edward Everett Hale (April 3, 1822 – June 10, 1909) was an American author and Unitarian clergyman. Hale was born on April 3, 1822, in Roxbury, Massachusetts, the son of Nathan Hale (1784-18...

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Telford Taylor (1908 - 1998)

Telford Taylor (February 24, 1908 – May 23, 1998) was an American lawyer best known for his role in the Counsel for the Prosecution at the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, his opposition t...

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Benjamin Hitchborn MP (1745 - 1817)

Eminent lawyer; close associate of Paul Revere in civic matters; In a great scandal, accidentally shot his friend Benjamin Andrews, and then married Andrews' wife Hannah ---------------------------- ...

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Henry Smith Carhart (1844 - 1920)

Henry Smith Carhart, Ph.B. (1844–1920) was an American physicist and university professor. He was born in Coeymans, New York on March 27, 1844, and graduated from Wesleyan University in 1869 a...

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Philip Simmons Hichborn MP (1882 - 1912)

4. HICHBORN, Philip S., born at Philadelphia, September 30, 1882; married, at Washington, D. C, 1907, Elinor Hoyt; son Philip, born 1907, at Washington. From Daisy’s Niece, Alice Parker Hoyt S...

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Philip Simmons Hichborn, Jr. MP (1907 - 1936)

Notes Married May 1, 1933 to Gertrude Schuyler Vander Poel (1911-1996); divorced, July 1935 Citations A Private Madness: The Genius of Elinor Wylie  By Evelyn Helmick Hively. Page 29...

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John Tyler Hassam MP (1841 - 1903)

Harvard 1863, noted author of many genealogical books and articles. Title Genealogies: The Hassam Family, the Hilton Family, the Cheever Family Author John Tyler Hassam Publisher Priv. print., 1896 O...

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Ken W. Clawson (1936 - 1999)

Ken Wade Clawson (August 16, 1936 - December 18, 1999) was an American journalist and public servant. He served as Deputy Director of Communications for U.S. President Richard Nixon at the time of th...

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Joshua Green MP (1731 - 1806)

The children of Joseph and Anna (Pierce) Green were— Joshua , b. May 17, 1731, H. Coll. 1749; m. Oct. 7, 1762, Hannah, dau. of Ebenezer and Mary (Edwards) Slorer, b. May 22, 1739. He lived in ...

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Hon. Joshua Green MP (1764 - 1847)

Joshua Green (1764-1847), who would later become a prominent judge in Wendell, Massachusetts, was an undergraduate at Harvard College from 1780 to 1784. He received an A.B. in 1784 and an A.M. in 1787,...

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Dr. Samuel Abbott Green, M.D. MP (1830 - 1919)

Physician; colonel in the Union Army during the Civil War; mayor of Boston, Mass., 1882 Source: Green, Samuel Abbott The 20th Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Vol. 4, p.393 T...

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Dr. Joshua Green, M.D. MP (1797 - 1875)

Joshua Green was father to Dr. Samuel A. Green, author of the Groton Historical Series. Subject: Obituary Notices of NEHGS Members - GREEN, Parts 4 of 10 Source: Groton Historical Series by Dr. Samue...

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Reverend Isaac Mansfield MP (1750 - 1826)

Second of two sons named Isaac. DAR information: MANSFIELD, ISAAC Ancestor #: A073560 Service: MASSACHUSETTS Rank: CHAPLAIN Birth: 3-27-1750 MARBLEHEAD MASSACHUSETTS Death: 9- -1826 BOSTON MASSACHU...

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Rev. Joseph Parsons MP (1672 - 1740)

Harvard 1698 Family 1 : Elizabeth THOMPSON Children +Joseph (Rev.) PARSONS +Samuel (Rev.) PARSONS +William (Rev.) PARSONS +Elizabeth PARSONS  John PARSONS Sources Descend...

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John Nutting, Esq. (1694 - 1790)

He graduated from Harvard in the class of 1712, became a noted teacher and was the Head Master of Salem schools. Later became Collector of the port of Salem Gravestone Inscription: "Here Lyes the Rem...

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Learned Hand (1872 - 1961)

The New York Times May 1, 1994 Master of Restraint By JOHN T. NOONAN JR.; LEARNED HAND The Man and the Judge. By Gerald Gunther. Illustrated. 818 pp. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $35. Learned H...

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Richard Jordan (1938 - 1993)

From Wikipedia: Richard Anson Jordan (July 19, 1938–August 30, 1993) was a Golden Globe-winning Harvard-educated American stage, screen and film actor. He was a long-time member of the New Yor...

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Eben Sumner Draper, Jr. (1893 - 1959)

From Berkshire Eagle Date: Apr 18 1959 Publication: Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States Of America Eben S Draper 65 Businessman Senator BOSTON AP Eben S 65 a former state senator ... and of the ...

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Thomas Brattle Gannett (1876 - 1931)

Education: Harvard, class of 1897 Lowell Sun Date: May 6 1931 Publication: Lowell, Massachusetts, United States Of America BOSTON BROKER AND BANKER DEAD MILTON Thomas B Gannett for many years a bro...

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Richard Derby, M.D. MP (deceased)

From New York Times ETHEL ROOSEVELT WED TO DR. DERBY; 1,000 Persons with Band Cheer Bride as She Appears at Oyster Bay Church. COLONEL'S HOME PACKED Roosevelt Baby Grand daughter Enlivens the Marriag...

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Senator Robert T. Gannett (1917 - 2012)

“One of his friends, Jack Burgess, said that ‘roasting Bob Gannett is like trying to roast Mother Teresa.’ Bob was that kind of guy. He’ll be missed by the town in ways that...

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James Olds (1922 - 1976)

James Olds (May 30, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois - August 21, 1976 in California) was an American psychologist who co-discovered the pleasure center of the brain with Peter Milner while he was a postdoc...

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James Medbury MacKaye (1872 - 1935)

James Medbury MacKaye (April 8, 1872 - January 22, 1935) was an American engineer and philosopher. MacKaye was born in New York City, the son of actor Steele MacKaye and Mary (Medbery) MacKaye, and...

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Benton MacKaye (1879 - 1975)

Benton MacKaye (/mæˈkaɪ/ mak-KYE; March 6, 1879 – Dec. 11, 1975) was an American forester, planner and conservationist. He was born in Stamford, Connecticut; his father wa...

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Percy MacKaye (1875 - 1956)

Percy MacKaye (1875–1956) was an American dramatist and poet. Biography MacKaye was born in New York City, New York. After graduating from Harvard in 1897, he traveled in Europe for three ...

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C. Loring Brace (1930 - d.)

Charles Loring Brace IV (born 1930) is an American anthropologist at the University of Michigan's Department of Anthropology. He considers the attempt "to introduce a Darwinian outlook into biologica...

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George Bancroft, U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1800 - 1891)

George Bancroft (October 3, 1800 – January 17, 1891) was an American historian and statesman who was prominent in promoting secondary education both in his home state and at the national level. ...

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Rev. Aaron Bancroft (1755 - 1839)

Aaron Bancroft (November 10, 1755 – August 19, 1839) was an American clergyman. He was born in Reading, Massachusetts to Samuel Bancroft and Lydia Parker. He began his studies during the Ame...

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Francis W. Rockwell (1844 - 1929)

Francis Williams Rockwell (May 26, 1844 – June 26, 1929) was a United States Representative from Massachusetts. Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, his father was Julius Rockwell, also a member...

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Kingsley A. Taft, U.S. Senator (1903 - 1970)

Kingsley Arter Taft (July 19, 1903 – March 28, 1970) was an American politician and distant relative of Ohio's more famous Taft family. He served as chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court and...

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Adam Lewis Bingaman (1793 - 1869)

Bingaman studied law in Massachusetts, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University Class of 1812. He met his wife while boarding with her family. Judith Sargent Murray's daughter, Julia Ma...

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Brevet Major Winthrop Sargent (Continental Army), 1st Governor of Mississippi Territory (1753 - 1820)

Winthrop Sargent (May 1, 1753 – June 3, 1820) was a United States patriot, politician, and writer; and a member of the Federalist party. Governor of Mississippi Territory. A Harvard graduate, ...

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Amos Barr Hostetter, Jr. MP

. Amos Barr Hostetter, Jr. (born January 12, 1937) is an American businessman, who was the founder, chairman, and CEO of Continental Cablevision. With an estimated current net worth of around $2.6 bi...

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Edward Jordan Dimock (1890 - 1986)

Edward Jordan Dimock (January 4, 1890 – March 17, 1986) was a United States federal judge. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Dimock received an A.B. from Yale College in 1911 and an LL.B. from ...

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Charles E. Merrill, Jr. (1920 - d.)

. Charles E. Merrill Jr. (born 1920), is an American educator, author and philanthropist, best known for supporting historically black colleges and founding the Commonwealth School in Boston. Early...

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Major General Warren Fales Draper (1883 - 1970)

Warren Fales Draper (August 9, 1883 – March 19, 1970) was Assistant Surgeon General and later Deputy Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service. After graduating from Harvard M...

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Hon. Thomas Saunders (1729 - 1774)

From Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of ..., Volume 1. edited by William Richard Cutter. Page 324-328 (IV) Thomas Saunders, son of Captain Thomas Saunders, was born at Glou...

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Epes Sargent MP (1813 - 1880)

Epes Sargent (1813–1880) was an American editor, poet and playwright. Summarized from Wikipedia : Epes Sargent was the son of Epes Sargent (1784–1853) and Hannah Dane Coffin (1787...

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John O. Sargent MP (1811 - 1891)

John Osborne Sargent (1811–1891), who became a successful politician and journalist, started the Harvard Collegian, a college literary journal. From The New York Times, obituaries, 1891 "J...

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Henry Hancock (1822 - 1883)

Henry Hancock (April 11, 1822 – January 9, 1883) was a Harvard trained lawyer and a land surveyor working in California in the 1850s. He was the owner of Rancho La Brea, which included the La ...

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Samuel Whittemore, Esq. MP (1733 - 1806)

Samuel Whittemore, Esq. Birth: 13 June 1733 - Cambridge, Massachusetts Parents: Samuel Whittemore, Margaret Hicks Wife: Margaret Gee, Sarah Parsons Death: 15 July 1806 - Gloucester, Massachus...

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Henry Sturgis Morgan, financier (1900 - 1982)

Henry Sturgis Morgan (October 24, 1900 - February 8, 1982) was an American banker, known for being the co-founder of Morgan Stanley. Biography He was born on October 24, 1900 in London, England t...

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William Winter (1836 - 1917)

) William Winter (July 15, 1836 – June 30, 1917) was an American dramatic critic and author. Born in Gloucester, Massachusetts, Winter graduated from Harvard Law School in 1857, Theater Crit...

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Rev. Ebenezer Parkman MP (1703 - 1782)

Ebenezer Parkman, son of William Parkman, a shipwright, was born in Boston on Sept. 5, 1703. Soon after graduating from Harvard College in 1721, he became the first settled minister in the town of West...

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Rev. Robert Breck (1682 - c.1731)

Rev. Robert Breck graduated from Havard in 1700 and settled in Marlboro, Mass. in 1704. He married Elizabeth Wainright on September 8,1707 and they had 6 childen. He spent 27 years in the ministry. ...

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