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Jonathan Homer Lane (1819 - 1880)

onathan Homer Lane (August 9, 1819, Geneseo, New York – May 3, 1880, Washington D.C.) was an American astrophysicist and inventor. His parents were Mark and Henrietta (née Tenny) Lane...

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Maj. General John Adams Dix (USA), Governor, U.S. Senator, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (1798 - 1879)

John Adams Dix (July 24, 1798 – April 21, 1879) was an American politician from New York. He served as Secretary of the Treasury, U.S. Senator, and the 24th Governor of New York. He was also a...

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Theodore Lyman (1874 - 1954)

Theodore Lyman (November 23, 1874 - October 11, 1954) (pronounced: /ˈlaɪmən/) was a U.S. physicist and spectroscopist, born in Boston. He graduated from Harvard in 1897, from whi...

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DeWitt Clinton, Governor, U.S. Senator (1769 - 1828)

DeWitt Clinton (March 2, 1769 – February 11, 1828) was an early American politician who served as United States Senator and the sixth Governor of New York. In this last capacity he was largely...

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James Bond (1900 - 1989)

) James Bond (January 4, 1900 – February 14, 1989) was a leading American ornithologist, an expert on the birds of the Caribbean. His name was appropriated by writer Ian Fleming for his fictio...

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John Cobb Cooper ("Father of Air Space Law") (1887 - 1967)

John Cobb Cooper, Jr. (September 18, 1887 – July 22, 1967) was an American jurist, airline executive and presidential advisor. John Cooper Jr. was born in Jacksonville, Florida to John Cobb ...

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Maj. General Sir William Gooch, 1st Baronet (1681 - 1751)

He held the office of Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia in 1727. He gained the rank of Colonel in 1740 in the service of the American Regiment. He was created 1st Baronet Gooch, of Benacre Hall, Su...

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Colonel William McIntosh (Continental Army) (deceased)

Prior to the the American Revolution, William fought for the British against the Spanish in the Battle of Bloody Marsh (War of Jenkin’s Ear). William's brother was Maj. General Lachlan McInt...

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Henry Judah Heimlich MP

Henry Judah Heimlich (born February 3, 1920) is an American thoracic surgeon widely credited as the inventor of the Heimlich maneuver,[1] a technique of abdominal thrusts for stopping choking,[2] des...

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Larry King MP

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One of the stalwarts of cable news -- not only in the United States but around the globe -- CNN mainstay Larry King reshaped the landscape of broadcast journalism when his talk show Larry King Live deb...

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Thomas Robeson, Jr. MP (1740 - 1785)

Find a Grave Birth: Jan. 11, 1740 Death: May 2, 1785 Bladen County North Carolina, USA Robeson County was formed out of Bladen County in 1787. It was named in honor of Colonel Thomas Robeson, a...

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Gen. Edward Dickinson Baker (USA), US Senator (1811 - 1861)

Edward Dickinson Baker (February 24, 1811 – October 21, 1861) was an English-born American politician, lawyer, military leader. In his political career, Baker served in the U.S. House of Repre...

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Benjamin Stephenson, US Congress, Territory of Illinois (1769 - 1822)

Benjamin Stephenson was born in Pennsylvania on July 8, 1769. He moved to Virginia in 1788, and then to the Illinois Territory. He became sheriff of Randolph County, Illinois in 1809. Stephenson be...

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John W. Jackson (c.1839 - c.1892)

================================== From FindAGrave: SGT Major U.S. C Inf. Husband of Caroline Jackson. John Jackson was a black pioneer, a Civil War veteran and a well-respected farmer. He settled ...

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Wilhelm Wolff Beer MP (1797 - 1850)

wedding: 13.9.1818 in Berlin Wilhelm Wolff Beer (4 January 1797 – 27 March 1850) was a banker and astronomer from Berlin, Prussia, and the half-brother of Giacomo Meyerbeer.[1] Content...

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Brig. Gen. John B. Floyd, (CSA), U.S. Secretary of War MP (1806 - 1863)

Brig General John B. Floyd (1 Jun 1807 - 26 Aug 1863) was the 31st Governor of Virginia (1850-1853), Secretary of War (1857-1860), and a Brigadier General in Confederate Army. Parents: John Floyd and...

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RDML James Lardner (twin) (1802 - 1881)

James Lawrence Lardner (November 20, 1802 – April 12, 1881) was an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. He was born on 20 November 1802 in Philadelphia. His twin ...

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Maj. General Benjamin F. Cheatham (CSA) (1820 - 1886)

Benjamin Franklin Cheatham (October 20, 1820 – September 4, 1886), known also as Frank, was a Tennessee aristocrat, California gold miner, and a General in the Confederate States Army during t...

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Solomon R. Guggenheim MP (1861 - 1949)

"Solomon Robert Guggenheim (February 2, 1861 – November 3, 1949) was an American businessman, art collector, and philanthropist. He is best known for establishing the Solomon R. Guggenheim Found...

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Georg Moritz Ebers MP (1837 - 1898)

Georg Moritz Ebers (Berlin, March 1, 1837 – Tutzing, Bavaria, August 7, 1898), German Egyptologist and novelist, discovered the Egyptian medical papyrus, of ca. 1550 BCE, named for him (see Eb...

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Isaac Dreyfus MP (1786 - 1845)

Founder of Dreyfus Bank in Basel in 1812.

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Clover Vivian Sanders (1903 - 1999)

Namesake for Clover Potato Chips Obituary: KAYSVILLE - She was a beautiful, charming, caring and gracious person who personified achieving the American dream, beginning her career an a high school ...

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Lyman S. Spitzer, Jr. (1914 - 1997)

Lyman Strong Spitzer, Jr. (June 26, 1914 – March 31, 1997) was an American theoretical physicist and astronomer best known for his research in star formation, plasma physics, and in 1946, for co...

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Colonel William J. Colvill, Jr. (USA) (1830 - 1905)

) William J. Colvill, Jr. (April 5, 1830 – June 12, 1905) was a Union colonel in the American Civil War who led the 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Gettysburg. He was Minneso...

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Francis Baily (1774 - 1844)

Francis Baily (28 April 1774 – 30 August 1844) was an English astronomer. He is most famous for his observations of 'Baily's beads' during an eclipse of the Sun. Bailey was also a major figure...

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William "Bill" Powell Lear MP (1902 - 1978)

William "Bill" Powell Lear (June 26, 1902 – May 14, 1978) was an American inventor and businessman. He is best known for founding the Lear Jet Corporation, a manufacturer of business jets. He ...

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Calvin L. Rampton, Governor (1913 - 2007)

Calvin Lewellyn Rampton (November 6, 1913 – September 16, 2007) was the 11th Governor of the state of Utah from 1965 to 1977. Following his graduation from Davis High School in 1931, he to...

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Frederick John Perry MP (1909 - 1995)

Frederick John Perry (18 May 1909 – 2 February 1995) was a championship-winning English tennis and table tennis player who won 10 Majors including eight Grand Slams and two Pro Slams. Perry won ...

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Anita Thigpen Perry (1952 - d.)

Anita Thigpen Perry (born May 5, 1952) was the longest-serving First Lady of Texas, and the wife of Governor Rick Perry. As First Lady of Texas, she had been an active advocate for nursing and other ...

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Helen Dortch Longstreet (the "Fighting Lady" ) (1863 - 1962)

Helen Dortch Longstreet (April 20, 1863 – May 3, 1962), known as the "Fighting Lady," was the second wife of Confederate General James Longstreet. She earned her nickname from being a champi...

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Monia "The Poppy Lady" Michael (1869 - 1944)

Moina Michael (August 15, 1869-May 10, 1944) was an American professor and humanitarian who conceived the idea of using poppies as a symbol of remembrance for those who served in World War I. Bor...

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Susan Cobb Milton Atkinson (1860 - 1942)

Susan Cobb Milton Atkinson (1860—1942) was influential in promoting education to women in Georgia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As the wife of William Yates Atkinson, the Gove...

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Anthon H. Lund, Apostle, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1844 - 1922)

Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel 1847–1868 Christian A. Madsen Company (1862) Approximate age at departure: 18 Find a Grave Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He serve...

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John Thomas Caine MP (1829 - 1911)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... John Thomas Caine (January 8, 1829 – September 20, 1911) was a delegate to the United States House of Representatives from the Territory of Utah..." "......

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Laura Smith Haviland (1808 - 1898)

Laura Smith Haviland (December 20, 1808- April 20, 1898) was an American abolitionist, suffragette, and social reformer. She was an important figure in the history of the Underground Railroad.

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Franklin Steele (1814 - 1880)

ranklin Steele (1813 – September 9, 1880) was an early and significant settler of Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. Born in Chester County, Pennsylvania of Scottish descent, Steele ...

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Florence Bascom (1862 - 1945)

Dr. Florence Bascom was the first woman geologist to join the United States Geological Survey. In addition, she was also the first female to obtain a Ph.D. in geology from a U.S. university and the f...

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John Bascom, Jr. (1827 - 1911)

John Bascom (May 1, 1827 – October 2, 1911) was an American professor, college president and writer. Life He was born on May 1, 1827 in Genoa, New York, and was a graduate of Williams Coll...

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John Coit Spooner, U.S. Senator (1843 - 1919)

He is the person that Spooner, Wisconsin is named after. U.S. senator from Wisconsin (1885–91; 1897–1907), a powerful conservative force in his state and in Congress. Spooner moved ...

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John Stoughton Strong (1771 - 1863)

John Stoughton Strong son of David of Stafford, Ct., came to Marlboro in 1793; m. Tamar, daughter of Dea. Jonas Whitney, and settled on the farm since known as the John Strong farm. In 1815 he went to ...

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Colonial Jeremiah Wadsworth (Continental Army) (1743 - 1804)

Photo: Jeremiah Wadsworth and hIs son Daniel Jeremiah Wadsworth (July 12, 1743– April 30, 1804) was an American sea captain, merchant, and statesman from Hartford, Connecticut who profited f...

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Amelia Earhart MP (1897 - 1937)

From Wikipedia : Amelia Earhart was a noted aviation pioneer. Hilary Swank portrays her in the movie Amelia released October 23, 2009. Amelia Mary Earhart (pronounced /ˈɛərh&#x...

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Walter Smith Gurnee (1813 - 1903)

Mayor of Chicago. Mary Helen Yoe’s mother Catherine Gurnee, (born August 30, 1816), was the daughter of Halstead Gurnee (born June 4, 1776 and died March 15, 1822 Rockland County, New York) ...

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Brig. General Carl Rogers Darnall (1867 - 1941)

Brigadier General Carl Rogers Darnall (December 25, 1867 in Weston, Texas, USA – January 18, 1941 in Washington, D.C., USA) was a United States Army chemist and surgeon credited with originati...

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Major General Charles D. Barrett (USMC) (1885 - 1943)

Major General Charles Dodson Barrett (16 August 1885 – 8 October 1943) was the first Commanding General of the 3rd Marine Division. He died while on duty in the South Pacific, 8 October 1943. ...

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Payne Stewart (1957 - 1999)

William Payne Stewart (January 30, 1957 – October 25, 1999) was an American professional golfer who won eleven PGA Tour events, including three major championships in his career, the last of w...

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Edward Kiam (1863 - 1930)

Town of Kiam, Polk County, Texas, is named for him.

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Joseph Ellicott (1760 - 1826)

) Joseph Ellicott (November 1, 1760 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania – August 19, 1826 in New York City) was an American surveyor, city planner, land office agent, lawyer and politician of the Qu...

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Andrew Ellicott (1754 - 1820)

Andrew Ellicott (January 24, 1754 – August 28, 1820) was a U.S. surveyor who helped map many of the territories west of the Appalachians, surveyed the boundaries of the District of Columbia, c...

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John Randolph of Roanoke, U.S.Senator MP (1773 - 1833)

John Randolph (June 2, 1773 – May 24, 1833), known as John Randolph of Roanoke, was a planter and a Congressman from Virginia, serving in the House of Representatives (1799–1813, 1815&#...

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George Huntington, MD, Discoverer MP (1850 - 1916)

George Huntington (April 9, 1850 – March 3, 1916) was an American physician who contributed a classic clinical description of the disease that bears his name -- Huntington's disease. Hunting...

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William Edward Boeing, Sr. (1881 - 1956)

William Edward Boeing (October 1, 1881 – September 28, 1956) was an American aviation pioneer who founded The Boeing Company. Biography Boeing was born in Detroit, Michigan, to a wealthy G...

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Cason Jewell Callaway, Sr. (1894 - 1961)

Cason Jewell Callaway (November 6, 1894 - April 12, 1961) was an American textile manufacturer, philanthropist and co-Founder of Callaway Gardens. A native of La Grange, Troup County, Georgia, he w...

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Samuel M. Inman (1843 - 1915)

Samuel Martin Inman (February 19, 1843 – January 12, 1915) was a prominent cotton merchant and businessman in Atlanta, Georgia who is best known for the neighborhood in Atlanta that bears his ...

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Jarred Potter Kirtland (1793 - 1877)

Jared Potter Kirtland (November 10, 1793 – December 10, 1877) was a naturalist, malacologist, and politician most active in the U.S. state of Ohio, where he served as a probate judge, and in the...

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Jonathan Alder MP (1773 - 1849)

Jonathan Alder High School is an NCA accredited public high school located in Plain City, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Jonathan Alder Local School District. The school, as well as the dist...

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George Wolcott (1805 - 1857)

Founder of Wolcottville, Indiana.

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John Pray (1783 - 1872)

from the historical marker in Waterville, Lucas County, Ohio: Born in Rhode Island, John Pray (1783-1872) moved to the Maumee River Valley from New York shortly after serving in the War of 1812 and c...

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Frederic Bancroft (1860 - 1945)

Frederic Bancroft (1860 - 1945) was a historian, author, and librarian. Biography He was born in Galesburg, Illinois and was graduated with an A.B. from Amherst College and received a Ph. D. from...

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Nancy Ann Hart (1735 - 1830)

Nancy Morgan Hart (c. 1735 – 1830) was a heroine of the American Revolutionary War whose exploits against Loyalists in the Georgia backcountry are the stuff of legend. Because stories about her ...

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Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence (1930 - 2005)

William Porter "Bill" Lawrence (January 13, 1930 – December 2, 2005), was a decorated United States Navy vice admiral and naval aviator who served as Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy f...

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George Ellery Hale MP (1868 - 1938)

George Ellery Hale (June 29, 1868 – February 21, 1938) was an American solar astronomer. Hale was born in Chicago, Illinois. He was educated at MIT, at the Observatory of Harvard College, (1...

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Heman Ely (1775 - 1852)

from historical marker in Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio: King Solomon Lodge, the first Masonic Lodge in Lorain County, was chartered on December 11, 1821, with Heman Ely as Worshipful Master. Ely (1775...

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Lyman John Burrell (1801 - 1884)

Lyman John Burrell joined the gold rush in California and ended up with large land holdings, orchards and vineyards. Burrell, California was an early settlement in Santa Cruz County near the summit...

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William Forsythe McCreary MP (1855 - 1904)

Was elected Mayor of Winnipeg, MB, Canada in 1897 and MP in 1900. Had a street in Winnipeg named after him "McCreary Road" and also is the namesake behind the "Rural Municipality of McCreary" in Mani...

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Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, Commander in Chief, United States Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations (1878 - 1956)

Fleet Admiral Ernest Joseph King (23 November 1878 – 25 June 1956) was Commander in Chief, United States Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations (COMINCH-CNO) during World War II. As COMINCH, he d...

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Thomas Wadleigh Harvey (1821 - 1892)

from the historical marker in Painesville, Lake County, Ohio: This Italianate-style house is the former home of noted educational leader Thomas W. Harvey. Here he wrote A Practical Grammar of the Eng...

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George Logan, U.S. Senator (1753 - 1821)

George Logan (September 9, 1753 – April 9, 1821) was an American physician, farmer, legislator and politician from Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He served in the Pennsylvania state legisl...

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George Hammell Cook (1818 - 1889)

George Hammell Cook (January 5, 1818 – September 22, 1889) was the State Geologist of New Jersey and Vice President of Rutgers College. His geological survey of New Jersey became the predecess...

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James Salisbury (1823 - 1905)

James Henry Salisbury, M.D. (12 January 1823 – 23 September 1905) was a 19th-century American physician, and the inventor of the Salisbury steak. Salisbury was born in Scott, New York, in 18...

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Barron Gift Collier (1873 - 1939)

Barron Gift Collier (23 March 1873—13 March 1939) was an American advertising entrepreneur who became the largest landowner and developer in the U.S. state of Florida, as well as the owner of ...

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Uncas A. Whitaker (1900 - 1975)

Uncas Aeneas Whitaker (born March 22, 1900 in Lincoln, Kansas; d. September 1975 in Maine) was raised in Missouri. He was a prominent mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, lawyer, entrepreneur, a...

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Samuel Finley Vinton (1792 - 1862)

Congressman, Ohio from historical marker in Gallipolis, Ohio: "Hon. Samuel Finley Vinton" (1792-1862) A native of South Hadley, Massachusetts, he came to Gallipolis ca. 1818. An eminent lawyer an...

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Brig. Gen. Edmund Pettus (CSA), U.S. Senator (1821 - 1907)

Edmund Winston Pettus (July 6, 1821 – July 27, 1907), was an American lawyer, soldier, and legislator. He served as a Confederate general during the American Civil War, during which he was cap...

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Brevet Maj General Edwin S. McCook (USA) (1837 - 1873)

Edwin Stanton McCook (March 26, 1837 – September 11, 1873) was a Union Army general during the American Civil War and a postbellum politician in the Dakota Territory. He was assassinated in of...

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William W. Knight (1909 - 1981)

) William W. Knight (February 8, 1909 – February 19, 1981) was a lawyer, Oregon State Legislator, and publisher of The Oregon Journal newspaper. Commonly known as "Bill", Knight was born in Wi...

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Gen. Thomas Lyon Hamer (1800 - 1846)

From the historical marker in Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio: : "General Thomas Lyon Hamer 1800-1846" Teacher -- Lawyer -- Congressman -- Soldier. Master Mason (1824). Georgetown Lodge No. 72.Free and ...

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Brig. General Ellison Capers (CSA) (1837 - 1908)

Ellison Capers (October 14, 1837 – April 22, 1908) was a school teacher, Confederate general in the American Civil War, theologian, and college administrator from South Carolina. Early life ...

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Herman Lay (1909 - 1982)

Herman Warden Lay (1909 – 1982) was an American businessman who was involved in potato chip manufacturing with his eponymous brand of Lay's potato chips. He started H.W. Lay Co., Inc., now par...

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Major General Lewie G. Merritt (USMC) (1897 - 1974)

Lewie Griffith Merritt (nicknamed "Griff") (June 26, 1897 – March 24, 1974) was a major general and early aviator in the United States Marine Corps. Merritt served over 30 years in the Marine ...

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Major General William Darke MP (1736 - 1801)

Major General William Darke: 'June 6, 1736-November 26, 1801 Parents: Joseph Darke and Mary Son: Joseph Darke d.1791 from Wikipedia: William Darke (1736 – November 26, 1801) was an Ame...

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Vice Admiral Walden L. Ainsworth (1886 - 1960)

Walden Lee "Pug" Ainsworth (November 10, 1886 – August 7, 1960) was an admiral of the United States Navy. For his role in commanding destroyer and cruiser task forces in the Pacific during Wor...

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Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. (1927 - 2002)

. Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. (1927 - September 5, 2002) was the Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc.. He served as President from 1971 to 1972, CEO from 1972 to 1991, and Chairman from 1972 to 1992. He is the...

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George Washington Duke (1820 - 1905)

George Washington Duke (December 18, 1820 – May 8, 1905) was an American tobacco industrialist and philanthropist. Biography Duke was born in the eastern part of Orange County, North C...

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Col. Abraham Owen (1769 - 1811)

Owentown, KY is named after him. Read the story here. Killed at the battle of Tippecanoe in the fall of 1811- War gathered due to the discontent of the Indians under their great leader Tecumseh a one...

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Tom Dula (aka "Tom Dooley") (1845 - 1868)

(Includes the song) Thomas C. Dula (June 22, 1845 – May 1, 1868) was a former Confederate soldier, who was tried, convicted, and hanged for the murder of his fiancée, Laura Foster. ...

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Hunter Holmes McGuire, M.D. (1835 - 1900)

Hunter Holmes McGuire, M.D. (October 11, 1835 – September 19, 1900) was a physician, teacher, and orator. He started several schools and hospitals which later became part of the Medical Colleg...

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Stephen Heard MP (1740 - 1815)

Find a Grave Birth: Nov. 13, 1741 Hanover Hanover County Virginia, USA Death: Nov. 15, 1815 Governor of Georgia. Heard was born in Hanover County, Virginia to Bridgett Carroll and John Heard Jr...

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Joe Juneau, Founder, Juneau, AK MP (1836 - 1899)

Joseph Juneau (1833 or 1836–1899) was a miner and prospector from Canada who was born in the Quebec town of Saint-Paul-l'Ermite (later renamed Le Gardeur and now incorporated into the city of ...

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James Vashon (1742 - 1827)

James Vashon (9 August 1742 – 27 October 1827) was a British officer of the Royal Navy. He saw service during the Seven Years' War, the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary ...

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Col. Hardy Murfree (1752 - 1809)

DAR #A083221 Hardy Murfree was the son of William Murfree, founder of Murfreesboro, North Carolina, and his wife Mary Moore. Subject was born on June 5, 1752, in Murfreesboro, North Carolina. He was ...

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Jim Bridger MP (1804 - 1881)

James Bridger was one of the greatest frontiersmen of Utah and American history. During his lifetime he was a hunter, trapper, trader, Indian fighter, and guide, and one of only a few trappers to remai...

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Duncan Hines MP (1880 - 1959)

Duncan Hines March 25, 1880-March 15, 1959 Parents: Edward Ludlow Hines 1842-1920 and Cornelia Duncan 1846-1884 Wife: Florence Chaffin Duncan Hines was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He later m...

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Chief James Vann MP (1765 - 1809)

For more pictures, go to the Media section. Born: Spring Place, Murray Co., GA February 1765/8, Died:Near Vann's Ferry at Tom Buffingtons Tavern, Forsyth Co., GA February 21, 1809.. Brutal, viole...

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René-Robert Cavelier de La Salle MP (1643 - 1687)

Notes Location info: Normandie, France (birth,marriage) Pionnier de la Nouvelle-France . Arrive au Québec en 1667. Expédition aux Grands Lacs . Explorateur du Mississippi . Pris pos...

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John Radcliffe, BA, MA, MP MP (1652 - 1714)

Dr John Radcliffe From Wikipedia ) Dr John Radcliffe (c. 1652 – 1 November 1714[3]) BA MA(Oxon) MP was an English physician, academic and politician. A number of landmark buildings in Oxfo...

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Wilbur Lucius Cross, Governor (1862 - 1948)

Wilbur Lucius Cross, Ph. D. (April 10, 1862 – October 5, 1948) was an American educator and political figure who was the 71st Governor of Connecticut for eight years. Biography Born in...

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Sophie Mae Coppedge (1893 - d.)

John Beauchamp Coppedge, a country boy from Williamson, Ga., moved north to Atlanta at the end of the 19th century, married a woman named Sophie Mae and started making candy. The Sophie Mae Candy Co. o...

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Gen. George Crosman (1799 - 1882)

George Hampden Crosman (November 2, 1799 – May 28, 1882) was a career officer in the Regular Army of the United States who served primarily with the Quartermaster Corps. After graduating from ...

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Telêmaco Borba MP (1840 - 1918)

Telêmaco Augusto Enéas Morosini Borba (Curitiba, 15 de setembro de 1840 — Tibagi, 23 de novembro de 1918) foi um político, escritor e empreendedor brasileiro. Foi um autod...

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