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In the News (Sat 23 Aug 14)

  
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The Thomas Moore Health Clinic was dedicated Tuesday March 12th, 2002, in a ceremony celebrating the life of a young man, who, though only 21, became a hero by saving his platoon members' lives, even as he lost his own.
Charles Thomas Moore was a young Christian man from middle America who responded to his nation's call and went beyond the call of duty," said Col. Donald J. Kasperik, commander Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center.
Moore's son and father were made honorary members of the division in honor of Pfc.
www.hood-meddac.army.mil /default.asp?page=moore_history   (1414 words)

  
 JOSEPH THOMAS MOORE - Document #1
Moore's pet hates was mine labor's leadership in the old day when he was a big figureamong the coal operators of the Birmingham district.
Moore was a leader and living spirit, and he was willing to take the time and trouble to do unpleasant things that a lot of operators avoided.
Moore never took very active part in state politics, but when it came to local Birmingham politics he was a power until the time of his death.
userpages.aug.com /charlie6/jtm-01.htm   (1098 words)

  
 Charles Moore, PFC, Army, Memphis MO, 05Jan70 15W130 - The Virtual Wall®   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
As he was constructing a bamboo stretcher on which to carry this critically wounded trooper, Private Moore was shot in the hip and rendered unconscious.
Minutes later, he regained consciousness, and although his many wounds now completely incapacitated his movement and his position was exposed, he began shouting valuable instructions concerning the necessary and vital treatment for the wounded.
Private Moore succumbed to his wounds before he could be medically evacuated, but not before he had saved the lives of many of his comrades through his conspicuous gallantry and extraordinary heroism.
www.virtualwall.org /dm/MooreCT01a.htm   (469 words)

  
 EIPS - Thomas More: Zero tolerance (Part II)
The first victim was Thomas Hitton, a priest who had joined Tyndale and the English exiles in the Low Countries, and who had returned to England on a brief visit.
And this is lo sir Thomas Hitton, the dyuyls [devil's] stynkyng martyr, of whose burnynge Tyndale maketh boste".
Charles V had written him a letter of support and encouragement for his efforts on behalf of Catherine of Aragon.
www.ianpaisley.org /article.asp?ArtKey=thomasmore2   (2485 words)

  
 MOORE, THOMAS Compiled by Task Force Omega Inc
Thomas Moore departed Tan Son Nhut Airbase in an Army UH1B helicopter bound for the resort city of Vung Tao and a weekend of swimming in the South China Sea.
Page described the plantation as "small with archway for an entrance and fairly large house that was situated off the road a bit." The Vietnamese driver and his American passengers continued northwest on Route 15.
Page learned that it was not until the men failed to report to their unit on schedule that headquarters realized there was a problem.
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 MOORE, THOMAS (1779-1852) - Online Information article about MOORE, THOMAS (1779-1852)
Moore had to spend much of his time in London, for the popularity of his songs led to an agreement with his publisher to increase the success of these by singing them himself at See also:
Moore had had many offers of help, but preferred to be indebted to his publishers only.
Moore's last years were harassed by pecuniary difficulties, and by the weakness and misconduct of his sons, the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /MOL_MOS/MOORE_THOMAS_1779_1852_.html   (2837 words)

  
 WW1 Roll of Honour - Tyneside
The son of Charles and Margaret Ann Heywood of 36 Alice St. South Shields.
Thomas emigrated to South Australia and enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces in February 1915.
Thomas was killed in action on 12th October 1917.
mywebpage.netscape.com /Cartimandua4/ww1roll.htm   (919 words)

  
 Charles Moore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Moore (Oregonian), early resident of Klamath Falls, Oregon
Charles Page Thomas Moore (1831 - 1904), a founder of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and a justice on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
Charles Willard Moore (1925 - 1993), an architect
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Moore   (201 words)

  
 Prisoner of War - Samuel Adams, Thomas Moore, Charles Dusing - Stil POW/MIA's
Page described the plantation as small with archway for an entrance and fairly large house that was situated off the road a bit.
Page remembered that the VC were talking to the driver but Page doesn't know what happened to him.
Page aimed at the guard firing at Adams but he could not get the US carbine to fire, as the safety was on, he later learned when he had time to check it out.
www.toadspad.net /toadmia.html   (3404 words)

  
 Thomas Moore of Southold, Long Island, New York
Thomas Moore, Sr was likely associated with the ministry of Reverend John Youngs, from Southwold, Suffolk, England.
Thomas Moore and his family were in Salem, Mass in the 1630's.
It is likely that most of the children of Thomas Moore, Sr were adults or close to it.
members.tripod.com /~ntgen/bw/moore_index.html   (1021 words)

  
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Charles Sullivan and Rachel (last name unknown) are definitely proven as husband and wife in a deed in Brunswick Co. shown in Deed Book 13 page 317.
An analysis of the deeds involving Charles Sullivant in Brunswick County, Virginia, shown in Table I, shows that one deed is unaccounted for.
A Charles Sullivant is in court records of Warren County for an estate sale in 1802 and Rachel Sullivant is in the court records of Warren County in 1801 for an estate sale (Warren County NC Records Volume 2 by Kerr).
pages.prodigy.net /dan_sullivan/main/charles.htm   (1218 words)

  
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Francisco by the Moore party and will be used exclusively by that corporation in the interests of their mining operations here in Nome.
Moore states that the party aboard will be housed temporarily in the quarters owned by the Moore Company at the lower end of town at
Moore lived in Nome for a number of years in the past and is well known to many of Nome’s
www.charleslajotte.com /alaska5.html   (2772 words)

  
 Charles Moore introduction
Charles Moore was born in Illminster in 1814 and moved to Bath in 1837, where he worked as a bookseller.
When his father died in 1844 Moore returned to Illminster to continue the family book and printing business which he continued until he was 38 years old.
Moore made contact with many important geologists at that time, the most influential being Thomas Davidson a brachiopod specialist.
www.brlsi.org /virtmu/moore/moore_home.htm   (183 words)

  
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Moore did not arrive for many weeks and the North Carolinians, too few to attack alone, waited in idleness.
On a visit to Thomas Pollock, acting governor of North Carolina after the death of Hyde in early September, 1712, Chief Blount expressed his desire for the resumption of trade with his people.
After crossing over Albemarle Sound, Moore headed into the country of the lower Tuscarora where the hostile Indians had already fled to the protection of their forts.
statelibrary.dcr.state.nc.us /nc/ncsites/tusca2.htm   (1947 words)

  
 Green-Moore
Mary (GREEN) MOORE CLOUD was the daughter of Thomas GREEN and Margaret.
Thomas purchased 375 acres from Joseph and Mary HICKMAN in Clan Township on May 5, 1713, and added 285 acres purchased from Isaac VERNON, and 315 acres purchased from his brother John MOORE.
Orphans Court records name five of the children of Thomas, and daughter Ann is named in a deed as owner of 1/8 of the property inherited from her father.
kinnexions.com /smlawson/moore.htm   (2877 words)

  
 Thomas Moore
Charles Dusing; Samuel Adams (both POW), Jasper Page, escapee.
It was reported that Samuel Adams had been shot during the same escape that freed Page, but a defector identified Adams' photo as a prisoner at a later date.
When 591 Americans were released at the end of the war in 1973, Adams, Dusing and Moore were not among them; their names were on a list.
www.geocities.com /chapter_544/moore.html   (369 words)

  
 John Benning Moore Documents and Reference #1
Malinda (Moore) Thomas Curry, Minerva (Moore) McKinney, and Matilda A. (Moore) Williams Hicks.
John Benning Moore was preceded in death by his wife, by about five years, She expiring in 1852 and he in 1857.
He was the second oldest son born to Malinda (Moore) Thomas Curry, and her oldest living son at the time that the Will was signed.
userpages.aug.com /charlie6/jbm-001.htm   (1891 words)

  
 Thomas
Jacob Thomas was born October 15, 1784 in Anson Co. NC and died in 1868 in the same county.
She was married January 19, 1873 in Jefferson Co., AL to Charles Tigg Morgan who was born October 4, 1850 in AL and died November 17, 1924 in Addison, Winston Co., AL.
Emmer Thomas was born Dec. 18, 1886 Blount County, AL and married Mel Compton.
www.roadrunnersauto.com /gen/thomas.shtml   (2053 words)

  
 Thomas Moore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Moore (May 28, 1779 - February 25, 1852) was an Irish poet, now best remembered for the lyrics of The Last Rose of Summer.
Moore had expensive tastes, and, despite the large sums he was earning from his writing, soon got into debt, a situation which was exacerbated by the embezzlement of money by the man he had employed to deputise for him in Bermuda.
Moore is considered Ireland's National Bard and is to it what Robert Burns is to Scotland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thomas_Moore   (563 words)

  
 Charles Page Thomas Moore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Page Thomas Moore (February 8, 1831 - July 7, 1904) was a co-founder of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity in 1852 at Jefferson College (now Washington and Jefferson College) in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.
He was born in Virginia in a portion of the state along the Ohio River now located in West Virginia.
This page was last modified 07:48, 31 January 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Page_Thomas_Moore   (111 words)

  
 Thomas Moore, CMS, Air Force, Baton Rouge LA, 31Dec65 03E009 - The Virtual Wall®   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
On Saturday, 30 October 1965, four friends - SSgt Samuel Adams, SSgt Charles G. Dusing, TSgt Jasper N. Page and TSgt Thomas Moore - departed Tan Son Nhut Airbase in an Army UH1B helicopter bound for the resort city of Vung Tao and a weekend of swimming in the South China Sea.
Page was able to evade recapture and by 4 November had made his way to the Tam An Special Forces Camp.
Based on Page's report that his three friends were alive in captivity when last seen, Adams, Dusing, and Moore were classed as prisoners of war and were continued in that status for the next 7-1/2 years.
www.virtualwall.org /dm/MooreTx01a.htm   (406 words)

  
 The Thomas A. Moore Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Moore was a Trustee of the American Health Foundation in February 1993, when he was President of Procter and Gamble - Canada.
Everett Koop, who has been a director since 1990 (ever since his job as US Surgeon General ended.) Director J. Richard Crout is the former head of the Office of Medical Applications of Research at the National Institutes of Health and was director of the Bureau of Drugs at the FDA.
Charles A. Sanders is a principal of the Washington Advisory Group, an emeritus board member of Research!America, and has many other unsavory connections.
www.smokershistory.com /TAMoore.htm   (351 words)

  
 Charles Munday   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Charles Munday was mentioned in the 1 August 1702 will of his father Thomas Munday: To son Charles Munday and his heirs "all the rest of my Land not yet bequeathed Lying on ye Eastermost side of the desert swamp untill you come unto the saw pit branch".
On 17 July 1717 in Essex County court in the case of Boughan vs Munday, Thomas Munday presented an account which was recorded.
On 20 September 1723, Charles Munday served on a jury in Essex County.
homepage.mac.com /thomas_moore/genealogy/ps06/ps06_181.html   (222 words)

  
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Marine Maj. Jay Thomas Aubin, 36, of Waterville, Maine; assigned to the Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron 1, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz.; killed in a CH-46E helicopter crash in Kuwait.
Thomas A. Foley III, 23, of Dresden, Tenn.; assigned to 2nd Battalion, 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, Fort Campbell, Ky.; killed when a grenade exploded inside his Humvee in Iraq.
Marine Lance Cpl. Jason William Moore, 21, of San Marcos, Calif.; assigned to Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364, Marine Aircraft Group 39, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, Camp Pendleton, Calif., killed in a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter crash in the Shatt al Hillah Canal in Iraq.
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 Ancestors of   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Eldora May Moore was the daughter of Charles W. Moore and Mary Rebecca Graves.
Thomas Graves was the son of Leonard Graves and Rebecca Bingham.
Thomas Graves left Culpeper, VA, traveled to Frederick Co. where he married Lydia Adams (the Adams family were Quakers in VA from NJ).
webpages.charter.net /e_koeble/koeble-havens2/f192.htm   (896 words)

  
 Robert Moore
On 1 July 1869, Thomas Caddoo of the Town of Yonkers and County of Westchester and State of New York sold to Robert Moore.
On 29 September 1870, Robert Moore of the Town of Yonkers and County of Westchester and State of New York, and Hannah his wife, sold to William Gaw of the City and County of New York.
On 26 April 1872, Charles Wolff of the Town of Yonkers and County of Westchester and State of New York, and Mary his wife, sold to Robert Moore of the same place.
homepage.mac.com /thomas_moore/genealogy/ps01/ps01_149.html   (1270 words)

  
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Charles H. Buehring, 40, of Fayetteville, N.C., was killed on Oct. 26 in Baghdad, Iraq.
Kyle G. Thomas, 23, of Topeka, Kan., was killed on Sept. 25, 2003, in Tikrit, Iraq.
Thomas was on patrol when an improvised explosive device exploded.
homepages.wmich.edu /~g3westma/galen3.html   (10391 words)

  
 University of St. Thomas :: School of Law :: Academics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Christensen began as a litigation associate with Bell, Metzner, Gierhart and Moore, S.C. Subsequently, she was a founding member of Corneille Law Group, L.L.C. For several years, Ms.
Christensen is honored to join the faculty of the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
The University of St. Thomas does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation or disability in its programs and activities.
www.stthomas.edu /law/academics/faculty/fulltimefaculty/christensen.asp   (509 words)

  
 Texas Beta Chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity at Texas Tech U: History
Over 140 years ago two college students, William H. Letterman and Charles P.T. Moore, in the little college town of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, in the hills of Western Pennsylvania were nursing and watching their stricken friends during an epidemic of typhoid fever at the college.
Pennsylvania Alpha was no sooner established than Charles P.T. Moore left his college in search of other schools in which to spread the principles of Phi Kappa Psi.
Pennsylvania Alpha, being the original Chapter, claimed to have the final decision in all matters pertaining to the Fraternity although the presence of Charles Moore at Virginia gave that Chapter considerable confidence in maintaining a position equal to the parent Chapter.
www.texastechphipsi.org /history.htm   (1126 words)

  
 THOMAS
There exists a record of the birth of a Thomas Watton in 1585, which possibly could be the Thomas Watton who married Jane and who died after 1641.
This Thomas Watton would have been 23 at the time of the birth of the Thomas Watton born in 1608 (and died in infancy).
Thomas Dawson, (son of Thomas Dawson and Elizabeth).
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 Thomas Moore
Thomas Gray was born in 1810 and Baptized 25/12/1810 in Thornford Dorset.
Thomas and Hannah arrived in Sydney Australia With their eight surviving children on the Duke of Roxburgh on the 13th August 1849.
Thomas died 24/10/1889 aged 79 at Woodhouselee and Hannah died 11/4/1897.Both are buried in the Pejar Cemetery in the grounds of St Stephens Church (Church of England) In 1838 at the birth of his son Job Thomas, Thomas gives his occupation as Labourer and is living in Thornford
www.mick-gray.co.uk /thomas_moore.htm   (4552 words)

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