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  The American Experience | MacArthur | Carol Petillo on: Jean MacArthur
PETILLO: Jean Faircloth was exactly the right woman at the right time in Douglas MacArthur's life.
And in many ways, Jean Faircloth merged a lot of the characteristics that he had been drawn to before.
She was traveling alone in Asia and was clearly not daunted by the opportunities or the problems that his career might provide.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/macarthur/filmmore/reference/interview/petillo03.html   (170 words)

  
 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient Jean Faircloth MacArthur, wife of the late Gen. of the Army Douglas MacArthur, ...
Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient Jean Faircloth MacArthur, wife of the late Gen. of the Army Douglas MacArthur, who won admirers around the world with her vibrancy and charm.
"Jean MacArthur has witnessed the great cataclysms of our time, survived war and peace, conquered tragedy and known triumph," President Reagan said in awarding her the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1988.
Jean Marie Faircloth was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on December 28, 1898.
www.medaloffreedom.com /JeanMacArthur.htm   (621 words)

  
 SOA Watch
U.S. Magistrate G. Mallon Faircloth found 13 SOA Watch protesters guilty Wednesday of trespassing onto the Fort Benning Military Reservation during the Nov. 18 protests that drew thousands of demonstrators to the post's gates.
Niklan Jones-Lezama, 38, of Blacksburg, Va., and Susan Jean Daniels, 41, of Pembroke, Va., presented no evidence and did not testify, relying on arguments by attorneys Bill Quigley and John Wilson Reed, both of New Orleans, that prosecutors had failed to present sufficient evidence of their guilt.
Faircloth ruled the evidence presented by U.S. Army Capt. Dave Anglin and Assistant U.S. Attorney Dean Daskal -- including a videotape depicting both defendants' crossing onto the post -- was sufficient to support his finding of guilt.
www.soaw.org /newswire_detail.php?id=87   (625 words)

  
 Jean Faircloth
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Jean Marie Faircloth (December 28, 1898 in Nashville, Tennessee - January 22, 2000), was a socialite and philanthropist who was the second wife and widow of General Douglas MacArthur.
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 Register of Deeds
Jean R. Preston, 63, of Emerald Isle is seeking re-election to the N.C. House where she has served since 1993.
Faircloth is president of Faircloth Realty and Construction Inc. and is a licensed general contractor and real estate broker.
Faircloth is a member of the National Association of Community College Trustees, the National Association of Realtors, the N.C. Association of Realtors, the County Association of Realtors and the County Association of Home Builders.
www.carteretnewstimes.com /nchouse.htm   (3876 words)

  
 Jean Faircloth -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jean Faircloth -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Jean Marie Faircloth (December 28, 1898 - January 22, 2000), a socialite and philanthropist, was the second wife of General (United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II; he accepted the surrender of Japan (1880-1964)) Douglas MacArthur.
She and MacArthur had one child, Arthur, who was born in 1938 and changed his surname as an adult.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/j/je/jean_faircloth.htm   (111 words)

  
 Licker Family Biographical Sketch
Esther Licker second row, third from left; Bertha Licker first row, first from left; Jean Faircloth first row,third from right.
Ethel (first from the left), Jean F. MacArthur (third from left), Arthur MacArthur (fourth from the left) and General Douglas MacArthur (fifth from the left) at Jones Field, MTSC.
In 1953, Ethel welcomed to Murfreesboro her childhood friend Jean MacArthur, and her husband, General Douglas MacArthur.
janus.mtsu.edu /Licker/licker_bio.html   (705 words)

  
 Carolina Morning News on the Web | Obituaries - Obituaries for March 26, 2001 03/26/01
SURVIVORS: a son, John D. Bridges of Savannah; seven daughters, Barbara Jean Deason of Sylvania, Charlotte Coursey, Sally Todd, Jackie Rockett, Boniane Murray and Mary Doyle Spence, all of Savannah, and Bette Albon of North Hills, Calif.; 18 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren and several step-grandchildren.
She was the oldest member of Metter First Baptist Church and the widow of John Faircloth.
SURVIVORS: his wife, Lois E. Tipton of Gainesville; four daughters, Emily Jean Funk of Chapmanville, W.Va., Janis Nadine Smith of Decatur, Ind., Melanie Anne Veith of Bradenton, Fla., and Aimee Lynn Tipton of Gainesville; a son, Matthew Robert Tipton of Stuart; a sister, Wilma Joyce Ruppel of Jackson, Miss.; and eight grandchildren.
www.lowcountrynow.com /stories/032601/OBITSindex.shtml   (1969 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Douglas MacArthur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Bay of Pigs (Spanish: Bahía de Cochinos) is a bay on the southern coast of Cuba.
MacArthur and his second wife, Jean Faircloth, are buried together in downtown Norfolk, Virginia; their burial site is in a small museum dedicated to his memory, and there is a major shopping mall named for him across the street from the burial site.
Douglas MacArthur in 1944, wearing the headgear of a Philippine Field Marshal A Field Marshal of the Philippines is a rank that existed during the Second World War as a position held by Douglas MacArthur.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Douglas-MacArthur   (11228 words)

  
 National Catholic Reporter: SOA protesters headed for prison: sister, students among 14 charged with trespass at Army ...
Ita Ford, Dorothy Kazel and Maura Clark, and lay missioner Jean Donovan--all of whom were raped and murdered 25 years ago in El Salvador.
Federal Magistrate G. Mallon Faircloth gave Mattingly the maximum sixmonth prison sentence for trespassing at Fort Benning, Ga., Nov. 21 during the annual protest against the School of the Americas, which has trained scores of Latin American soldiers, many of whom were later charged with human rights violations in their native countries.
One other defendant received a year's probation and a free, and two Catholic high school students from Ohio were given deferred prosecution arrangements and ordered to perform community service.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1141/is_16_41/ai_n11842285   (962 words)

  
 Jean MacArthur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jean MacArthur, the Widow of GOA Douglas MacArthur, has joined him 1/22/2000.
Jean Marie Faircloth was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on December 28, 1898.
It is now part of a complex that includes the Jean MacArthur Research Center, which houses her husband's archives.
www.nightscribe.com /Military/jean_macarthur.htm   (554 words)

  
 Faircloth Family Genealogy Forum (All Messages)
Re: Faircloth from Arkansas - Darren Dunehew 6/10/02
Re: Faircloth from Arkansas - Darren Dunehew 6/26/02
Re: Faircloth from Arkansas - Darren Dunehew 6/30/02
genforum.genealogy.com /faircloth/all.html   (5874 words)

  
 Ancestry Message Boards [ Faircloth ]
Re: Sampson County Faircloth INDIANS : Leslie -- 16 Nov 2005
Re: Sampson County Faircloth INDIANS : lori -- 22 Nov 2005
Faircloth relatives : clydie -- 25 Aug 2005
boards.ancestry.com /mbexec/board/an/surnames.Faircloth   (230 words)

  
 Anti-terrorist activists work to close the School of the Americas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
On the day we (Jean and Bill Basinger, Rita Hohenshell and I) arrived in Columbus, the local paper had a full-page ad calling area residents to ignore our presence and our message, and remonstrated us for taking the time of the police and base personnel away from preparing to deal with possible terrorists attacks.
I saw people dressed in robes of Jesuits, a young woman in a formal gown with her message painted on her dress, and a young man with an alternative US flag draped over his shoulders (in place of the stars on the flag were symbols of US-based transnational corporations).
Fourteen of the 83 were arrested on federal charges of trespassing and were arraigned before Judge Faircloth, who released all but one on their own recognizance until their trial.
home.earthlink.net /~ipnet/de0107.htm   (1454 words)

  
 The Winchester Star-Obituaries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Faircloth was born June 2, 1914, in Berkeley County, W.Va., the son of James William and Fannie Crawford Faircloth.
Surviving with his wife are three sons, Larry V. Faircloth of Inwood, W.Va., and Ronnie L. and Randy E. Faircloth of Glengary; three daughters, Donna Jean Smeltzer and Jo Anna Dugan, both of Bunker Hill, W.Va., and Drema R. Morley of Florida; 15 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Surviving with his wife are are two sons, Richard H. Custer of Manassas and Larry A. Custer of Darkesville, W.Va.; three daughters, Donna Jean Sims of Basye, Barbara A. Wise of Winchester, and Linda K. Heck of Winchester; a sister, Edith Dean of Hagerstown, Md.; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
www.winchesterstar.com /TheWinchesterStar/040103/Obituaries.asp   (1670 words)

  
 A Look Into the Lives of Grads - Southwestern Community College, Sylva, NC - celebrating 40 years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1972, when Tommy Allen and Ray Faircloth learned their employer, the Mead Corporation, was going to close their paper-manufacturing facility in Sylva, these two old friends knew they were going to have to find a new way to make a living.
“Jean’s Kids’ Palace” is just that – a noble old building made of stone and brick, with high ceilings, gleaming floors, and wide hallways that resound with the sounds of laughter and learning.
The former Whittier Elementary School is now home to about 75 bright and lively children ranging from 6 weeks to 12 years old, all under the loving supervision of Jean Cochran and her staff of 16 early-childhood education professionals.
www.southwest.cc.nc.us /people/alumni   (2798 words)

  
 My Family
Children were: Sheena Leigh Faircloth, Zachary Ross Faircloth.
Patience Faircloth was born between 1794 and 1817.
Children were: Scott Daniel Mollohan, Steven Ray Mollohan, Cassandra Jean Mollohan, Barbara Gail Mollohan.
www.fortunecity.com /millennium/hindmarsh/384/d333.htm   (561 words)

  
 Faircloth Family Genealogy Forum (Page 4)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Re: Faircloths of Horry County SC - Wen 5/20/01
Re: Faircloths of Horry County SC - Linda 4/17/02
Re: Luke Faircloth - 1815 - SC - Amanda Julian 1/22/01
genforum.genealogy.com /faircloth/page4.html#352   (4005 words)

  
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Jean Lewis, an investigator for the Resolution Trust Corp., the government agency in charge of cleaning up the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s, testified that she was removed from the case of Madison Guaranty Savings and (BOSTON GLOBE, 945 words), Aug 9
The fact that it was selected by L. Jean Lewis to represent her says a great deal about the linkage of radical right wing organizations and individuals in the Whitewater Smear Campaign.
Ex-investigator Jean Lewis said Sarbanes, a Democrat, and lawyer Richard Ben-Veniste retrieved a letter she had deleted from her computer disk before turning it over to the Senate Whitewater committee.
www.pd.com /~franklin/MT12.html   (10063 words)

  
 FrontPage magazine.com :: John Edwards: Hypocrite-In-Chief by Jean Pearce
But in the media’s version of the story, Edwards is the political prodigy who is going get John Kerry elected president, forgetting that had Kerry not picked him as his running mate last month, the tattered thread by which Edwards’ political career had long been hanging would have snapped.
Given the media coverage surrounding Edwards, it’s easy to forget that the man has been elected to something exactly once in his life, barely sliding past incumbent Republican Senator Lauch Faircloth with just 51 percent of the vote in 1998 after Faircloth ran one of the lousiest campaigns in North Carolina electoral history.
The rest, it seems, is part of slick ploy to fool his biggest jury yet, the American people.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=14894   (1661 words)

  
 1994 - Susan Schmidt returned 43 articles out of 43 found.
Treasury's general counsel, Jean Hanson, gave the White House information that "would seem to go beyond what was necessary" to achieve her stated purpose: helping presidential aides answer press inquiries, the report said.
Focusing on a key discrepancy, Treasury general counsel Jean Hanson testified she first revealed information about a savings and loan investigation involving President Clinton to the White House last September at the instruction of Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman.
Investigator Jean Lewis and her bosses, Richard Iorio and Lee Ausen, returned to their jobs Monday at RTC's office in Kansas City, Mo., the agency said yesterday.
www.pd.com /~franklin/MT9.html   (10288 words)

  
 Area Obituaries
He is survived by his parents, Mirlean Faircloth and Roy E. Faircloth Sr., both of St. Stephens; brother, Roy E. “Eddie” Faircloth Jr.
Honorary pallbearers were Dewayne Clanton, Wayne Coleman, Ryan Faircloth, Kenneth King, Keith King, Gene King, Jason Johnson, Dr. Lashun B. Graves, Kim Allen and the employees of the Dialysis Center of Jackson.
Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Jean Parten McInnis of Jackson; daughter, Anne-Ellen McInnis Waller of Mobile; grandson, Charles Lee “Mac” Waller of Mobile; son-in-law, Charles Lee Waller V of Mobile; two sisters, Rosalyn McInnis Patton of Grove Hill, Patsy McInnis McLendon of Miller’s Ferry; two brothers, Hugh McInnis of Escatawpa, Miss.
www.southalabamian.com /news/2005/0616/Church/010.html   (1648 words)

  
 Miscellaneous Washington County, Maryland Obituaries
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, where he formerly served on the church council and various other committees, and was a member of the Disciple Sunday School class.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, Kathleen Louise Grove Dayhoff; one sister, Barbara Jean Curtis of Bowie, Md., and several nieces and nephews.
Born Dec. 12, 1936, in Berkeley County, W.Va., he was the son of the late Allen and Lucy Miller Faircloth.
www.obitcentral.com /obitsearch/obits/md/md-washington28.htm   (7444 words)

  
 Special Exhibit Galleries - Generations : MacArthur Memorial - The City of Norfolk, VA.
There are of course those who remember first-hand Gen. MacArthur’s roles in World War II, the occupation of Japan, and the Korean War; they may remember the General’s wife Jean Faircloth and their son, Arthur.
Many of the artifacts featured in this exhibit have never before been on display at the MacArthur Memorial, and include a recently-acquired silver cigarette case which belonged to Gen. MacArthur’s brother.
Other pieces to be exhibited are: a MacArthur clan tartan given to Gen. MacArthur by a member of England’s Parliament; a hand-painted cloth map of Scotland presented to Gen. MacArthur by the artist in 1946; the door knocker from the Faircloth family homestead in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and rare family photographs and correspondence.
www.macarthurmemorial.org /generations.asp   (308 words)

  
 Carolina Morning News on the Web | Obituaries - Obituaries for July 15, 2001 07/15/01   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
DUBLIN - Miss Dorothy Jean Deloach, 77, died July 13 in a local hospital.
Send flowers to the funeral of Henry C. Faircloth.
SURVIVORS: his wife of 62 years, Nanilou Tucker Holloway of Statesboro; three pairs of daughters and sons-in-law, Jean and Bill Zunkel of Atlanta, Anne and Rodney Townsend of Waycross and Pam and Landrum Hodges of Statesboro; a son and daughter-in-law, Strickland Holloway Jr.
www.lowcountrynow.com /stories/071501/OBITSindex.shtml   (2112 words)

  
 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/lig/k/d/kd4tdn/index.html
On the FAIRCLOTH tree, I'm having troubles finding the PARENTS of James Henry Faircloth, born in North Carolina August 10, 1826, died in Hardin County, Kentucky, January 1, 1907.
James Henry w/wife/children moved from North Carolina to (?Harrodsburg?) eastern Kentucky., Where son Will remained, son Henry moved to Ill. or Ohio, and the rest of the family moved on to Hardin, Marshall County, Ky. It is rumored that (Will) William's daughter was the wife of General Douglas MacArthur, Jean Marie (Faircloth)(?).
Any help or information concerning JAMES HENRY FAIRCLOTH's parents or what happen to children Will or Henry would be appreciated.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/f/a/i/Andrew-D-Faircloth   (289 words)

  
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Jan 21 1989, h/o Judy Lee Faircloth FAIRCLOTH, James O., b.
Mar 4 1918, Ss/w Edith R. Faircloth FAIRCLOTH, Judy Lee, b.
Dec 31 1996, "Granny Jean", s/s William and Linda Wheeler WHEELER, Linda B., b.
www.db229.com /memorypark.htm   (6663 words)

  
 Find A Grave - Millions of Cemetery Records and Online Memorials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The former Jean Marie Faircloth, she married him in 1937, while he was traveling to the Philippines to become Commander-in-Chief of the Philippine Army, having just retired from the US Army.
She traveled widely after college and was on her way to China when she met MacArthur aboard ship in 1935.
During the early, dark days of World War II, Jean chose to remain with her husband on Corrigidor, and was prepared to endure the hardships that would come with the American surrender.
www.findagrave.com /cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8382   (351 words)

  
 Antioch Cemetery
Faircloth, Jimmy Leon 12 Jul 1960 - 21 Nov 1971
Faircloth, Lena Taylor [w/o William Lonnie Faircloth?] [n.d.]
Faircloth, Mae Anderson [w/o William Purdie Faircloth?] 17 Jan 1911 -
www.hchsonline.org /cemetery/antioch.html   (2259 words)

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