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James Edwin Horton, Sr. (1833 - 1924)

Judge James E. Horton Sr., died on 28/29 Jan. and was buried in the Athens Cemetery, survived by the widow, one son, J. E., Jr., and daughters, Mrs. Edward Estes and Mrs. J. W. Frost of Athens. B...

1/5/2011 6/18/2021

Gordon Mountjoy Buck (1875 - 1970)

eminent member of NY Bar. received a degree in Bachelor of Law in 1898 in University of Virginia. Assistant General Counsel for the Southern Pacific Railroad until his recent retirement. Now resi...

10/30/2010 6/15/2021

John B. Floyd MP (1854 - 1935)

Source: John B. Floyd (1854-1935) was a West Virginia politician. He served in the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1881-1882, and again in 1893-1894. Floyd also served in the West Virginia Sena...

10/7/2010 6/5/2021

Robert deTreville Lawrence IV • Home: Warrenton, Virginia • Work: Lawyer, Walker Jones PC, Warrenton, 1977-present; sole practitioner, Warrenton, 1974-77; lawyer, Richards & Richards, Warrenton, 19...

5/9/2021 5/9/2021

Chapman Maupin (1846 - 1900)

From the SOuthern Churchman, 11 Aug 1900. "At his home near Ellicott City, MD., on July 25th, entered into rest eternal the soul of Chapman Maupin, son of the late Professor Socrates Maupin and Sally W...

1/29/2009 4/21/2021

William L. Heath (1924 - 2007)

William L. Heath (1924-2007) was a prolific novelist and short-story writer who was raised in Scottsboro, Jackson County, Alabama. His work reflects both his own experiences and the lives of people he ...

12/31/2020 12/31/2020

Rebecca Gilman (1965 - d.)

Rebecca Gilman (born 1965 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American playwright. Education She attended Middlebury College, graduated from Birmingham-Southern College, and earned a Master of Fine Art...

12/22/2020 12/22/2020

Robert Anderson Bright was born in Williamsburg, Virginia. He was the son of Samuel Francis Bright (b. 5 Jan. 1803) and his second wife, Elianna Maria Jerdone Southall (b. 6 Apr. or 20 May 1811-d.Sep. ...

11/15/2020 12/15/2020

George Denny (1870 - 1955)

George Hutcheson "Mike" Denny (1870-1955) is best known for his 25-year tenure as president of the University of Alabama (UA) during its most significant period of growth. Having only nine major buildi...

12/6/2020 12/6/2020

Dennis Covington (1948 - d.)

Dennis Covington (born October 30, 1948) is an American author whose work includes two novels and four nonfiction books. His subject matter includes spirituality, the environment, and the South. Covi...

11/29/2020 11/29/2020

Henry Clay White (1848 - 1927)

An internationally known scientist, Henry Clay White served as professor of chemistry at the University of Georgia from 1872 to 1927. White was especially interested in the application of chemistry to ...

11/10/2020 11/10/2020

Attended the University of Virginia. Older brother of Lieutenant General A.P. Hill, CSA. He was also a brother-in-law to Confederate General John M. Jones. Before the Civil War, he was a lawyer in Char...

4/24/2018 11/8/2020

Rev. John William Jones, (CSA) (1836 - 1909)

"J. William Jones"

J. William Jones (25 September 1836 – 17 March 1909) was an American Southern Baptist preacher and writer who became known for his evangelism and devotion to the Lost Cause of the Confederacy. Duri...

5/3/2009 11/8/2020

J. Jerome "Jerry" Felton, Jr. died peacefully at his home at the age of 89 in Sandy Springs, GA on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 of complications from congestive heart failure. Jerry lived an exemplary li...

11/3/2020 11/3/2020

Robert Ligon McWhorter, Sr. was a Professor of Law at The University of Georgia and later Mayor of Athens, Georgia. Robert Ligon McWhorter married Louise Walker on 12 Oct. 1921. ---------------...

7/24/2009 10/31/2020

P. Thornton Marye (1872 - 1935)

Philip Thornton Marye (1872-1935), known as P. Thornton Marye, was an American architect with offices in Atlanta, Georgia. Marye was born in Alexandria, Virginia, and raised at the family mansion, Br...

10/14/2020 10/14/2020

Matthew's son Richard Launcelot Maury (1840-1907) served in the 24th Virginia Infantry during the War Between the States, attaining the rank of Colonel in January 1865. After studying law at the Univ...

11/4/2013 10/11/2020

A University of Virginia graduate, he was a physician, banker in Fredericksburg, Va. before the war. Postwar, returning to Fredericksburg, he also served as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Fredericksbu...

10/11/2020 10/11/2020

Philip Van Horn Weems, Jr. was admitted to the Naval Academy from Tennessee on June 21, 1935 at age 18 years 11 months. This admission was with the Class of 1939. On June 4, 1936 he was "Deficient in...

10/8/2020 10/8/2020

Civil War Confederate Officer. Born in New York City, he attended the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia and migrated to Georgia where he became a Planter in Savannah. Accepting a comm...

2/11/2009 10/6/2020

Claude Nero Wyant (1859 - 1936)

Note: His name is frequently listed as Claudius Nero Wyant in news article associated with his educational career. Claude N. Wyant Educator, Dies at 80 Former Principal of Margaret Academy, Onancoc...

10/1/2020 10/1/2020

John "J.T." Lupton (1862 - 1933)

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John Thomas Lupton was born near Winchester, Virginia. After receiving a law degree from the University of Virginia, he settled in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1877 after visiting a classmate. He marrie...

3/10/2013 9/25/2020

VMI Class of 1867: New Market Cadet; Private, Co. D. Genealogy: Born- May 14, 1846, in Staunton, Va. Father- Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart; Mother- Frances Cornelia Baldwin. Pat. Grandfather- Archibald ...

3/5/2020 9/24/2020

Jo Conn Guild (1887 - 1969)

Josephus Conn Guild, Jr. (December 15, 1887–June 26, 1969) was an American businessman and engineer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. As president of the Tennessee Electric Power Company (TEPCO), he becam...

9/14/2020 9/14/2020

The youngest man to serve as president of Wofford College, Pendleton Gaines was also perhaps the best-prepared to become a college president. His tenure, though not marked by any particular controversy...

2/16/2009 9/12/2020

. John Donelson Martin Sr. (May 4, 1883 – April 2, 1962) was a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and previously was a United States District Ju...

9/8/2020 9/8/2020

George Campbell Brown BIRTH 27 Nov 1840 USA DEATH 30 Aug 1893 (aged 52) Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, USA BURIAL Saint Johns Church Cemetery Ashwood, Maury County, Tennessee George Campbell...

12/4/2011 9/1/2020

. He was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His father was James B. Frazier, who served as Governor of Tennessee from 1903 to 1905 and as a United States Senator from Tennessee from 1905 to 1911. He w...

3/9/2013 8/29/2020

Robert Goodwyn Rhett (1862 - 1939)

Born March 25, 1862, at Columbia, South Carolina. Of English descent. Attended Porter Academy, the Episcopal High School of Virginia, and graduated from University of Virginia with degree of M. A.; t...

8/23/2020 8/23/2020

He first appears in the 1860 census living with his father, his first wife and his two children and two sisters in Lovingston. Shortly after this enumeration, Philip's first wife Emily died on Oct. 5, ...

11/22/2013 8/19/2020

Son of Andrew Moore Boulware and Martha Ellen Todd Boulware. Brother of Vivian Gray Boulware, also of Company H, 9th Virginia Cavalry. (Both are buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va.) Married...

8/12/2020 8/12/2020

Willam Ballard Preston MP (1805 - 1862)

William Ballard Preston (November 25, 1805 – November 16, 1862) was a United States political figure. He served as the U.S. Secretary of the Navy between 1849 and 1850. He is also the cousin of Willi...

4/19/2011 8/12/2020

James Lawrence Orr (May 12, 1822 – May 5, 1873) was an American politician who served as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives in the United States Congress. He later served in the Co...

1/9/2012 8/11/2020

Frank Niernsee was born in Baltimore in 1849 and spent much of his childhood in antebellum Columbia, South Carolina where he watched his father supervise the construction of the State House. He studied...

8/10/2020 8/10/2020

1910 Federal Census MyHeritage - members only ; John Lowndes McLaurin Birth: May 9, 1860 Red Bluff Marlboro County South Carolina, USA

1/18/2012 8/7/2020

Gravesite Details Confederate officer. Attended UVA and Harvard Law School. Lawyer in Petersburg. Resigned due to intestinal disorder in Oct. 1862. Died Rockbridge Alum Springs, VA Heath, Roscoe B....

4/9/2014 8/7/2020

Confederate soldier. Adjutant, 10th Mississippi Cavalry. Ordnance Officer for Gen. Simon B. Buckner. Brother of Maj. Colin Clarke. He lies in this plot, although there is no headstone. Prof. Powh...

8/12/2014 8/5/2020

Married Ellen Scott and had four children. Attended the University of Virginia and became a merchant in Richmond. Served in the Confederate Navy during the Civil War under William Francis Lynch i...

6/29/2020 8/5/2020

Born: August 5, 1839 Birthplace: South Carolina Father: Frederick Rutledge 1800 – 1884 (Buried: Saint John in the Wilderness Cemetery Flat Rock N.C.) Mother: Henrietta Middleton Rutledge 1813 – 1842 ...

5/24/2014 8/4/2020

Charles Mercer Irvin (1813 - 1893)

"Charles Mercer Irvin"

Oldest son of Isaiah Tucker Irwin and Isabella Bankton. His mother consecrated him in prayer to God on the day he was born with hopes of him becoming a minister. He experienced conversion at 16 years...

6/28/2009 7/29/2020

Dr. David Hunter Tucker (1815 - 1871)

Father: Judge Henry St. George Tucker Mother: Ann Evelina Hunter 1836 - Received 1st M.D., Univ of VA, Charlottesville, VA 1837 - Received 2nd M.D., University of Pennsylvania, Medical Dept,Philadelp...

10/17/2014 7/27/2020

Alfred Hampton (1861 - 1942)

Son of Confederate Cavalry Lieutenant General Wade Hampton III and Mary Singleton McDuffie. Attended University of Virginia. Worked for U.S. Bureau of Immigration mostly in the West.

5/9/2010 7/27/2020

George McDuffie Hampton (1859 - 1917)

George McDuffie Hampton was born 16 Jan 1859 in "Millwood Plantation" Columbia, SC. He died 2 May 1917 in Columbia, SC and was buried in Trinity Episcopal Church graveyard, Columbia, SC. ** M...

5/9/2010 7/27/2020

Paul Brandon Barringer II, 85, legendary hardwood industry pioneer, business leader, and dedicated family man, died peacefully at his home on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, May 30, 2016. Born ...

7/26/2020 7/26/2020
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Nathaniel Barksdale Dial (April 24, 1862 – December 11, 1940) was a United States Senator from South Carolina from 1919 to 1925. Born near Laurens, he attended the common schools, Richmond Colleg...

1/19/2012 7/20/2020

Joseph Chappell Hutcheson, Sr., was a Texas politician and a Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives and the United States House of Representatives. Hutcheson was born near Boydton, V...

8/19/2010 7/19/2020

Frank Boyd Gary, III (1946 - 1985)

7/13/2020 7/13/2020

Matthew J. Bruccoli (1931 - 2008)

Matthew Joseph Bruccoli (August 21, 1931 – June 4, 2008) was an American professor of English at the University of South Carolina. He was the preeminent expert on F. Scott Fitzgerald. He also wrote a...

7/13/2020 7/13/2020

Henry Alexander Wise (1906 - 1982)

Henry Alexander Wise (August 21, 1906 – December 13, 1982) was an American lawyer and politician from New York. Life He was born on August 21, 1906, in Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, the ...

8/3/2016 7/9/2020

John Sergeant Wise (1846-1913) was a Virginian who fought in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. He was an author, lawyer and politician who represented Virginia in the 48th United Stat...

8/27/2008 7/9/2020

Sources: 1. 1900 Federal Census, Norfolk Ward 2, Norfolk City, VA. Beverley Dandridge Tucker Jr. (February 4, 1882 – July 4, 1969), was Rhodes Scholar who became sixth bishop of the Episcopal Dioce...

6/1/2009 7/8/2020

Beverly Dandridge Tucker MP (1846 - 1930)

"beverley"

Beverley Dandridge Tucker (1846-1930), was born on November 9, 1846 in  Richmond, Virginia and died January 17, 1930 in Norfolk, Virginia.  He is buried in the Zion Episcopal Churchyard, Charles Town, ...

1/29/2009 7/8/2020

Elbert Lee Trinkle, Governor (1876 - 1939)

"E. Lee Trinkle"

Elbert Lee Trinkle or E. Lee Trinkle (March 12, 1876 – November 25, 1939) an American politician who served as the 49th Governor of Virginia from 1922 to 1926. On March 12, 1876, Trinkle was born...

2/22/2013 7/7/2020

Howard W. Smith (1883 - 1976)

Howard W. Smith, a Virginia Democratic congressman, was one of America's most powerful politicians from the New Deal to the Great Society. A master obstructionist who chaired the House Rules Committe...

7/6/2020 7/6/2020

Capt. (CSA), Maximilian Schele DeVere (1820 - 1898)

"Rudolf Ludolf Friedrich Karl Maximilian von Scheele"

Maximilian Schele De Vere was a professor of modern languages at the University of Virginia and a founding member of the American Philological Society. Born in Sweden, likely with the surname von Sch...

6/28/2018 7/6/2020

Morgan Poitiaux Robinson (1876 - 1943)

Morgan Poitiaux Robinson, Virginia's first state archivist, worked to make the state's records more accessible and to ensure that local records were stored in fireproof buildings. The son of John End...

7/5/2020 7/5/2020

Alexander Swift "Sandie" Pendleton (September 28, 1840 –September 23, 1864) was an officer on the staff of Confederate Generals Thomas J. Jackson, Richard S. Ewell and Jubal A. Early during the Ameri...

7/12/2009 7/4/2020

Eugene Scalia (born August 14, 1963) is an American politician and attorney who has served as the 28th United States Secretary of Labor since September 30, 2019. He was formerly a partner in the Wash...

2/13/2016 7/2/2020

Julian Rutherfoord Meade (1909 - 1940)

Julian R. Meade, a Danville native who came from a well-to-do family, is remembered as the author of books that memorably detail the lives and characteristics of Virginians of the 1920s and 1930s. ...

7/2/2020 7/2/2020

Dabney Herndon Maury (May 21, 1822 – January 11, 1900) was an officer in the United States Army, instructor at West Point, author of military training books, and a major general in the Confederate ...

6/1/2009 7/2/2020

Robert Taylor Scott (1834 – August 6, 1897) was a Virginia lawyer, politician and Confederate officer. Elected three times as Attorney General of Virginia, Scott also served one term in the Virginia ...

9/25/2008 6/29/2020

James Keith (1839 - 1918)

The most able and successful son of Isham and Juliet Chilton Keith of Fauquier County married Frances Morson. She was the daughter of Arthur Alexander Morson and Maria Scott Morson. The red haired, b...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

Gessner Harrison (1807 - 1862)

Gessner Harrison was a professor of ancient languages at the University of Virginia from 1828 to 1859, the first graduate of the university to join the faculty. Born in Harrisonburg, he hailed from a...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

. Mills Edwin Godwin, Jr. (November 19, 1914 – January 30, 1999) of Chuckatuck, Virginia, was an American politician who was the 60th and 62nd Governor of Virginia for two non-consecutive terms, from...

2/24/2013 6/28/2020

Marshall W. Fishwick (1923 - 2006)

Marshall William Fishwick (July 5, 1923 – May 22, 2006) was an American multidisciplinary scholar, professor, writer, and editor who started the academic movement known as popular culture studies and...

6/28/2020 6/28/2020

Charles R. Fenwick (1900 - 1969)

Photo: Charles R. Fenwick (left) with Governor J. Lindsay Almond Jr. (right) Charles Rogers Fenwick (August 11, 1900 – February 22, 1969) was a patent attorney and Virginia Democratic politician al...

6/27/2020 6/27/2020

Sarah Lee Fain (1888 - 1962)

Sarah Lee Odend'hal Fain (November 23, 1888 – July 20, 1962) was a Virginia schoolteacher and Democratic politician who became one of the earliest female members of the Virginia General Assembly an...

6/26/2020 6/26/2020

Richard Eppes (1824 - 1896)

Richard Eppes was a wealthy planter, slaveholder, Confederate soldier, and wartime surgeon whose detailed diaries have provided historians insights into the lives of elite Virginians of his time. Bor...

6/26/2020 6/26/2020

Murrell Edmunds (1898 - 1981)

Murrell Edmunds was a poet, novelist, and playwright best known for his biting irony and his strident defense of African Americans during the Jim Crow era, when legislation in Virginia and throughout...

6/25/2020 6/25/2020

Abe Craddock Edmunds (1899 - 1959)

Abe Craddock Edmunds published to critical acclaim a number of long poems, often on historical themes, but has since been largely forgotten. After attending Randolph-Macon College and then earning a ...

6/25/2020 6/25/2020

Lt. Gov. Edward Echols (1849 - 1914)

Edward Echols served a term as lieutenant governor (1892–1902) and represented the Staunton area in the General Assembly (1883–1897, 1906–1914). The son and nephew of members of the Convention of 186...

5/29/2013 6/25/2020

Armistead M. Dobie (1881 - 1962)

Armistead M. Dobie served as the second dean of the University of Virginia School of Law (1932–1939), a judge of the Western District of Virginia (1939), and a judge on the Fourth Circuit Court of Ap...

6/24/2020 6/24/2020

Hardy Cross Dillard (1903 - 1982)

Hardy Cross Dillard (23 October 1902 – 12 May 1982) was an American jurist who served as a judge on the International Court of Justice from 1970 to 1979, as a judge appointed by Queen Elizabeth II to...

6/24/2020 6/24/2020

Collins Denny, Jr. (1899 - 1964)

Collins Denny, the son of the Methodist bishop Collins Denny, served as a key lawyer for Virginia's segregationists. Aligned with the dominant faction of the Democratic Party led by Harry F. Byrd Sr....

6/23/2020 6/23/2020

Westmoreland "Morley" Davis (August 21, 1859 – September 7, 1942) a lawyer, farmer, and the 48th Governor of Virginia from February 1, 1918 to February 1, 1922. Davis was born to a wealthy and ...

2/22/2013 6/23/2020

John Staige Davis was the son of John A. G. Davis, one of the first to receive a diploma from the University of Virginia in 1828. John A. G. Davis joined the faculty as a law professor in 1830 and serv...

8/31/2008 6/23/2020

Colgate's birth, photograph, and death information are available at Colgate Darden Colgate Whitehead Darden, Jr. (February 11, 1897 - June 9, 1981) was a Democratic Congressman from Virginia (...

12/27/2011 6/22/2020

Joshua Pretlow Darden (1903 - 1986)

Joshua Pretlow Darden (20 October 1903–26 October 1986), civic leader and mayor of Norfolk, was born in the Southampton County town of Franklin and was the son of Colgate Whitehead Darden, a farmer...

2/24/2013 6/22/2020

Hon. William Daniel, Jr. (1806 - 1873)

Judge of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals; son of William Daniel and Margaret Baldwin Daniel. Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography, Vol. II, New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1887" "D...

9/4/2008 6/22/2020

Son of Peter Vivian Daniel,Jr and Mary Robertson Daniel. His grandfather was Peter Vivian Daniel,Sr and great grandfather was Edmund P. Randolph,Attorney-General of the United States,Governor of Vi...

3/30/2012 6/22/2020

Walter Scott Copeland (1856 - 1928)

Walter S. Copeland owned or co-owned important newspapers across Virginia including the Danville Register, Richmond Evening Leader, Roanoke Times, and Newport News Daily Press. Held in high esteem by...

6/20/2020 6/20/2020

Robert Lewis Madison was a staff physician at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, and the physician of General Robert E. Lee. Because of the friendship that developed from the relationship, Madison...

7/12/2009 6/20/2020

F. Graham Cootes (1879 - 1960)

F. Graham Cootes was a popular illustrator and portraitist during in the twentieth century. Born in Staunton and educated at the University of Virginia, he entered the New York School of Art (later P...

6/20/2020 6/20/2020

Battle of Gettysburg: Major Eugene Blackford and the Fifth Alabama Sharpshooters

1/18/2013 6/17/2020

Dr. Carrington was probably named for his uncle who had just passed away in 1829. He was educated at the Univ. of Virginia but chose to practice in New York until the outbreak of war when he offered ...

12/23/2012 6/15/2020

Isaac H. Carrington served as provost marshal of Richmond during the American Civil War (1861–1865). Born in Richmond to an influential family, Carrington practiced law in Pittsylvania County befor...

12/23/2012 6/15/2020

Preston W. Campbell was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1901–1902, commonwealth's attorney for Washington County (1911–1914), a judge of the Twenty-third Circuit (1914–1924), and a jud...

3/22/2009 6/15/2020

Joseph T. Campbell was a lawyer, commonwealth's attorney for Washington County (1863–1865), and a member of the Convention of 1867–1868. Born in Washington County and educated at the University of Vi...

3/22/2009 6/15/2020

Son of Gov. William Cabell and Agnes Sarah Bell Gamble. He was the grandfather of novelist James Branch Cabell. He attended the College of William & Mary, received his M.D. degree at the University of ...

3/2/2009 6/14/2020

Robert Y. Button (1899 - 1977)

Robert Y. Button was Virginia's attorney general from 1962 to 1970. The Culpeper native was among the many small-town attorneys who contributed to the success of Harry F. Byrd Sr.'s Democratic politi...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Jonathan Bryan (1874 - 1933)

Jonathan Bryan, Richmond financier and a member of the widely known Bryan family of Virginia, died early yesterday of a heart attack at his home here, “Rothesay.” He was 58 years old. Death came very...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

John Stewart Bryan (1871 - 1944)

John Stewart Bryan was a Richmond newspaper publisher and president of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg. The son of a wealthy and influential newspaper publisher, Bryan went into the...

11/16/2013 6/13/2020

C. Braxton Bryan (1852 - 1922)

Photo: 2nd from right in photo Episcopal minister and educator; son of John Randolph Bryan and Elizabeth Tucker Coalter Bryan. C. Braxton Bryan was an Episcopal minister and a proponent of Afri...

3/27/2020 6/13/2020

Across the nation, Judge Albert Bryan Jr. was known as the creator of the “rocket docket,” a moniker that still holds for the swift handling of cases in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Albert V. Bryan (1899 - 1984)

Albert V. Bryan was a federal district court and circuit court of appeals judge during a crucial period in the fight over public school desegregation. After serving as the commonwealth's attorney i...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Alexis Kerry Ohanian (born April 24, 1983), is an American Internet entrepreneur and investor. He is best known as the co-founder and executive chairman of the social news website Reddit along with S...

12/29/2016 6/12/2020

Phillip Alexander Bruce (1856 - 1933)

Philip Alexander Bruce (1856–1933) Contributed by L. Moody Simms Jr. and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography Philip Alexander Bruce was a historian whose five-volume account of seventeenth-century V...

9/1/2008 6/12/2020

James Coles Bruce (1806 - 1865)

James Coles Bruce BIRTH 26 Jan 1806 Virginia, USA DEATH 28 Mar 1865 (aged 59) Halifax County, Virginia, USA BURIAL Berry Hill Family Graveyard, South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia, USA ...

9/1/2008 6/12/2020

Don Shula MP (1930 - 2020)

"Don"

Don Shula, who on his way to becoming pro football’s winningest coach also fielded the only unbeaten team in NFL history, has died, the Miami Dolphins announced Monday. He was 90. “Don Shula was the ...

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