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  SPECIAL REPORT: Inside Ipperwash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Dudley George's parents are buried on either side of him.
Ipperwash Provincial Park and an adjacent parking lot where Dudley George was shot should be permanently turned over to natives and become reserve land, a judicial inquiry was told yesterday (Aug. 21).
A central figure in the 1995 shooting death of native protester Dudley George has died, just weeks before he was slated to testify at the Ipperwash inquiry.
www.fyilondon.com /cgi-bin/publish.cgi?p=122984&x=articles&s=societe   (3630 words)

 Grove Street Cemetery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
George Vaill, a great raconteur of Yale stories, had a story about this inscription.
An uncle, George Peabody whose name is attached to the Yale museum, provided much of the necessary funds for his work.
Caner died in 1731 leaving, according to George Dudley Seymour, a substantial estate including a monetary 1300 pounds, a musket, a sword, a cane, two "wiggs," one Bible and four other books, both leather and cloth breeches, a "bever hat," and an ample supply of table and bed linen.
www.grovestreetcemetery.org /self_guided_grove_street_cemetery_tours.htm   (9370 words)

 The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution - Nathan Hale's 250th Birthday - Event Speakers
He is also preparing an exhibit in the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale in the spring of 2005 to mark the 250th anniversary of Hale's birth.
George C. Neumann has authored several books on the subject of revolutionary weaponry and has probably the most extensive private collection of these items in existence.
A businessman, but equally a historian by avocation, he is a past commander of the Brigade of the American Revolution, fellow of the Company of Military Historians, and a writer whose articles have appeared in every major publication devoted to arms and history.
www.ctssar.org /hale_speakers.htm   (1274 words)

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