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  Brunswick Records
Records under the "Brunswick" label were first produced by the Brunswick Bake Collender Company[?] (a company based in Dubuque, Iowa which had been manufacturing products ranging from pianos to sporting equipment since 1845).
In 1932 the British branch of Brunswick was acquired by Decca Records.
In 1939 the U.S.A. Brunswick label was bought by CBS, which discontinued the label in 1940 The folowing year rights to use the Brunswick label in the New World and the back catalogue of Brunswick recordings from 1931 and earlier were sold to US Decca.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/br/Brunswick_Records.html   (338 words)

 Brunswick and Vocalion Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Brunswick label was introduced, oddly enough, in Canada, in late 1916 or early 1917.
Brunswick, while not the first firm to offer electric recordings, was the first firm to offer electric reproduction, with their Panatrope electric phonograph introduced simultaneously with electric recordings.
Even the appearance of film stars on record failed to sell Brunswicks, however, and in 1932 the label was acquired by the American Record Corporation, with the Canadian operations dropped, as ARC was tied in with the Compo Company in Canada.
www.capsnews.org /barrbru.htm   (1071 words)

 Brunswick Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brunswick Records is a United States based record label.
Records under the "Brunswick" label were first produced by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company (a company based in Dubuque, Iowa which had been manufacturing products ranging from pianos to sporting equipment since 1845).
In January of 1920, a new line of Brunswick Records were introduced in the US and Canada that employed the lateral cut system that was then becoming the default cut for 78 disc records.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Brunswick_Records   (858 words)

 1982 New Brunswick OFR 82-777
Individual recorder clocks settled down to a constant drift rate after transient behavior lasting about 1 to 2 days, which is presumably related to the time constant of thermal equilibration of the clock crystals with the ambient temperature.
The locations of the recorded events can be seen in Figure 2, with the epicenter of the magnitude 3.5 event plotted as a star twice the size of the stars representing other aftershocks.
Peak accelerations of approximately.08 g were recorded by instrument C7A for both the P-wave arrival on the vertical component and the S-wave arrival on the N-S horizontal component of the magnitude 3.5 aftershock (Event no. 8 in Table 4).
nsmp.wr.usgs.gov /GEOS/NBK82/OFR_82-777/New_Brunswick.html   (4700 words)

 Brunswick County Records
Brunswick County included the present Virginia counties of Brunswick, Charlotte, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, a small portion of western Greensville, the southwestern corner of Nottoway, the majority of Prince Edward, the southern portion of Appomattox, almost all of Campbell, and the land to the west with an indeterminate western boundary.
Brunswick's population grew rapidly as tobacco farmers from eastern counties pushed into the virgin soils of the new county and began the tobacco planting cycle anew.
The court records for the county are virtually intact and, although the courthouse was the object of a Union raid in 1864, the vandalism of the building did not destroy the records themselves.
genealogyresources.org /Brunswick.html   (474 words)

 Brunswick Records - News
Even today, Brunswick recordings are extremely popular with old and, more importantly, younger soul music fans around the world.
Although the label is known more to record collectors and music industry insiders, who are aware that many of the musicians behind huge hits for Motown performed on numerous Brunswick recordings as well, the label plans to raise awareness of the depth and quality of Brunswick recordings to the average music fan.
Brunswick is also preparing to release a 2-CD collection consisting of 40 of their Top 40 RandB singles from 1966 to 1975.
www.brunswickrecords.com /koch.htm   (772 words)

 EPL.ca: New Brunswick Vital Records
Records of birth remain in the custody of the Registrar of Vital Statistics until 95 years after the event and records of marriage and death until 50 years.
After that period the records are transferred to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
Microfilm copies of birth records for 1801 to 1899, and marriage and death records from 1888 to 1919 are available at the Archives.
www.epl.ca /EPLMaster.cfm?id=NEWBRUNSWICK0007   (162 words)

 BRUNSWICK GOES ELECTRIC (1921-1926): Brunswick records and the Light-Ray Process
Despite the bulkiness and fragility of the GE equipment, it was dispatched from Chicago on field trips as early as March 1926, to record the St. Mary of the Lake Seminary Choir in nearby Mundelein, Illinois.
Recording activity was suspended in the New York studios during July, presumably to allow conversion of the older studios.
The first Light-Ray recordings were under-recorded and had a boxy, muffled sound (no doubt induced in part by the recording horn attached to the photo-optical microphone), while somewhat later recordings tended to be shrill and badly distorted.
www.mainspringpress.com /lightray.html   (1919 words)

 Brunswick Quadrangle NURE HSSR Study
The Brunswick quadrangle sediment data consist of reformatted records from the Brunswick portion of the Dothan, Waycross, and Brunswick Quadrangles GJBX-27(81) Data Report.
The Brunswick quadrangle water data consist of reformatted records from the Brunswick portion of the Dothan, Waycross, and Brunswick Quadrangles GJBX-27(81) Data Report.
For 179 records, analytical values for Mg were found in the Georgia State files that were missing in the corresponding records from the Brunswick quadrangle files.
pubs.usgs.gov /of/1997/ofr-97-0492/quad/q_brunwk.htm   (1871 words)

 Vocalion Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vocalion Records was a record label historically active in the United States and in the United Kingdom.
In 1925 the label was acquired by Brunswick Records.
Vocalion became a subsidiary of Columbia Records in 1938.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vocalion_Records   (301 words)

 2000-02 Report, NB Bird Records Committee
The committee operates under the sponsorship of the New Brunswick Museum to ensure that adequate information is preserved about unusual occurrences of birds in New Brunswick, to provide a process for formal acceptance of bird species to the provincial list, and generally to advance knowledge of birds in New Brunswick.
Records in this category are considered by the Committee to be almost certainly escaped birds or birds from introduced populations that are not fully established.
For the records that follow, the documentation supplied was insufficient to establish with certainty the identity of the species claimed.
homepage.mac.com /maryspt/BRCreports/NBBRC2002.html   (2262 words)

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This is also an important record in that from his 1800 Stokes County NC last will and testament, James Love Senior names a daughter Nancy who is named to be the wife of Charles Clayton.
Drury Stith of St. Andrews Parish Brunswick Co. VA to Anthony Hundley of Lunnenburg Co. Being 295 acres on the branches of Roanoke River adjoining Charles Clayton’s land.
This record is the key to distinguishing this James Love Junior to be the son of John and Ruth.
www.angelfire.com /nc/benjthomasofansonnc/jlovesr.html   (4319 words)

 Tru Gems Records, Brunswick Music Publishing, Lee Silver Productions
Lee Silver, legendary record producer entered the music business as a songwriter and singer in New York, singing and producing his own demonstration records and presenting them to the leading record artists of that time.
Brunswick Music Publishing was to become the vehicle which Lee was to use for his many musical endeavors.
Currently, his publishing company, Brunswick Music Publishing is very active in the placing of music in movies, television and cable including the usage of his record masters he produced and owns.
www.trugemsrecords.com   (460 words)

 Robert Gee of Brunswick County, Virginia
Robert GEE was born probably between 1700 and 1710 and was an early settler of Saint Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, in the colony of Virginia.
Robert first appears in the Brunswick records in February 1734/35, when he and Thomas LLOYD were appointed to help construct a bridle way from Nicholas LANIER's house to the courthouse [Bwk court orders bk I, p 45].
The James GEE mentioned in these records is supposed to be the son of Charles2 and Bridget GEE of Surry and later Sussex counties, as at least six of their eight sons have been traced to Lunenburg County.
www2.arkansas.net /~mgee/robert2.html   (1819 words)

 Indie Music Forums :: Brunswick Records Release Their Top 40 Singles From 1966-75
Brunswick, along with sister label Dakar, was home to some of the greatest RandB artists from the mid 60’s to the mid 70’s, including Tyrone Davis, the Chi-Lites, Barbara Acklin The Young-Holt Unlimited, and The Step By Step Band just to name a few.
Brunswick Records is set to release their Soul compilation of all the hits from the 70’s
Though his recording career, Johnnie Gee has continued to be one of the most influential soul artists of the last quarter century.
www.musicforte.com /forums/viewtopic.php?p=10106   (866 words)

 Thomas Poythress
The Commonwealth of VIRGINIA to the sheriff of **Brunswick** county, greeting.
The documents in that record dated from 1788 to 1800, and during that time, Thomas Poythress was not found to be an inhabitant of Brunswick County, VA. This record shows that attempts were made to locate the Mason heirs in various southside Virginia counties: Brunswick, Southampton, Greensville, and Sussex.
The Commonwealth of Virginia to the sheriff of Brunswick County greeting you are hereby commanded to summon Thomas Poythress[,] Robert Mabry and Rebecca his wife who was late Rebecca Mason widow and Extrix of James Mason[,] and William Harrison, John Mason and Benja.
www.tc.umn.edu /~timsx001/TP_BrunswickCourt.htm   (3459 words)

 NB Bird Records Committee / Comité des mentions d'oiseaux du NB
The New Brunswick Bird Records Committee was formed to ensure that adequate information is preserved about unusual occurrences of birds in New Brunswick, to provide a process for formal acceptance of bird species to the provincial list, and generally to advance knowledge of birds in New Brunswick.
The committee consists of five voting members, who are experienced birders, and a representative of the New Brunswick Museum, the repository for the bird documentation.
For voting to be held, each such record must be supported by at least two independent written submissions or by tangible evidence, such as a photo or tape recording.
personal.nbnet.nb.ca /maryspt/BRC/NBBRC.html   (409 words)

 The Complete OKeh /Brunswick Bix, Trumbauer & Teagarden #211
At the very dawn of jazz recording, with echoes of the Original Dixieland Jazz Band still in the air, very few musicians were able to capture a fresh new sound until the flood gates opened with the blossoming of Louis Armstrong.
The booklet includes fascinating accounts of the record dates and the musicians by author and musician Richard M. Sudhalter, whose is arguably the foremost living authority on Beiderbecke, as well as photographs from the Trumbauer family archives, many of which are previously unpublished.
The technical quality is lacking in attention to detail at the beginning of many records fadeing in when the record has begus thus loosing the impact of the crisp introductions.
www.mosaicrecords.com /prodinfo.asp?number=211-MD-CD   (3468 words)

 Lifelines Genealogical Research
Research experience with government record series and private manuscript collections at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick and with the records in the Newspaper and Loyalist Collections, Reference and Archives Sections, Harriet Irving Library, University of New Brunswick.
Out-of-town travel is usually not necessary since most New Brunswick records are on deposit at PANB or at the UNB Harriet Irving Library in Fredericton.
The records research experience of the local researcher is the prime consideration.
www.webspawner.com /users/dondixongrsc   (828 words)

 Johnnie Gee podcast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Brunswick Records was a haven for soul artists like The Chi-Lites, Jackie Wilson and Barbara Acklin in the '60s and '70s.
Brunswick, along with sister label Dakar, was home to some of the greatest R&B artists from the mid 60’s to the mid 70’s, including Tyrone Davis, the Chi-Lites, Barbara Acklin The Young-Holt Unlimited, and The Step By Step Band just to name a few.
Over the years our group has recorded for independent labels, major labels and even our own label, but the only record company that continues to account and pay us to this day is Brunswick.
johnniegee.podomatic.com   (4794 words)

 A Daniel Family of Brunswick County, Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Theophilus married Martha Susan ROBINSON on 22 Dec 1853 in Brunswick Co., VA. Martha was born in 1831.
Moses Pryor DANIEL was born on 4 Jul 1816 in Brunswick Co., VA., died on 20 Mar 1875 in Brunswick Co., VA., at age 58, and was buried in Daniel Family Cemetery, Davidson, NC.
Cole Spencer DANIEL was born in 1806-1808 in Brunswick Co., VA. and died on 27 Mar 1866 in Clarksville, TN., at age 60.
paynedaniel.com /danofbruns/d5.htm   (2759 words)

The cost is $10.00 for the first copy and $5.00 for each additional one of the same certificate purchased at the same time.
If the record is found, the $5.00 fee includes a photocopy labeled "NOT FOR LEGAL PURPOSES".
Birth, marriage and death records for each town in the state from 1892 - 1922.
www.brunswickme.org /clerk/vital.htm   (411 words)

 2003-04 Report, NB Bird Records Committee
This is the sixth "annual" report of the New Brunswick Bird Records Committee, combining the two years, 2003 and 2004.
The number of records on which the committee will hold formal votes was doubled to a limit of ten accepted records within the past fifty years.
Four records were carried forward because no decision was reached during first-round voting in 2004.
homepage.mac.com /maryspt/BRCreports/NBBRC2004.html   (2349 words)

 South Brunswick Twp, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
All information submitted will be kept confidential and will only be used to assist residents in case of an emergency in South Brunswick.
Licenses may not be renewed at the rabies clinics in November.
Due to high number of mosquitoes within the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick in Middlesex County, the Commission will be conducting a ground spray operation for adult mosquito control.
www.twp.south-brunswick.nj.us   (382 words)

 Brunswick Album Discography
Brunswick holds the distinction of marketing the very first electric record player, the Panatrope, which was introduced in late 1924.
It was in the early 1950s that Brunswick started issuing long playing albums, and the earliest of these consisted of material recorded by Brunswick and Decca in the '30s and '40s.
Brunswick was releasing material by the Crickets while Coral was issuing material by Buddy Holly solo, even though both Buddy Holly and the Crickets were usually on all of these recordings no matter how they were billed.
www.bsnpubs.com /nyc2/brunswick.html   (7030 words)

MOSOLEZ Records, Next Generation Records, Brunswick Records, Seventh Sign Records, and many other record labels and affiliate's.
During this time it was virtually impossible to look at any soul music chart and not see several Brunswick recordings.
Gee has recorded with a wide range of artists through the years.
www.gecomgroup.net   (1326 words)

 Former Brunswick Records Recording Artist: Johnnie Gee - BeatKing Music Forums
The group began performing professionally in and around Milwaukee and Chicago in 1969; later that year, the siblings took their polished song-and-dance act to New York's famed Brunswick Records, the home of Jackie Wilsom, The Chilites, Bohannon, Tyrone Davis, Shalamar, Eugene Records, Decca Records, Chess Records and many more that started record labels worldwide.
The staff reaction was welcoming, the founder of the New York-based Brunswick Records, Nat Tarnopol, then the most successful rhythm and blues label around.
You can go to Brunswick Records web site and read the history of Brunswick and see or original LP listed on page 5 (At the bottom).
www.beatking.com /forums/index.php?showtopic=22015   (796 words)

 City Market New Brunswick, NJ
ew Brunswick, New Jersey is a vibrant city of 49,000 residents, a number that triples during the business day with college students, corporate and business employees, hospital and health care workers and visitors.
It is a community with richly diverse neighborhoods, a bustling downtown, and an innovative and popular cultural arts center.
On behalf of New Brunswick City Market, Inc., the nonprofit corporation serving as the management company for New Brunswick's Special Improvement District (SID), we welcome you to explore our city.
www.newbrunswick.com   (211 words)

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