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  John Dunlap - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
John Dunlap (1747 — November 27, 1812) was the printer of the first copies of the Declaration of Independence.
Dunlap was appointed printer to Congress, and first printed the "Declaration of Independence." He was an officer in the first troop of Philadelphia cavalry, which became the body-guard of George Washington at Trenton and Princeton.
John Dunlap printed 200 broadsides that evening which were distributed to the members of Congress.
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John Lee2 Dunlap (F T 'Bud'1) was born Apr 26, 1877 in Henry Co, Tn, and died Oct 16, 1966 in Henry County General Hospital, Henry Co, Tn.
Rufus Boyd3 Dunlap (John Lee2, F T 'Bud'1) was born Aug 15, 1907 in Henry Co, Tn, and died May 31, 1979 in Henry Co, Buchanan, Tn.
Roy Lee3 Dunlap (John Lee2, F T 'Bud'1) was born Jun 7, 1911 in Tn, and died Feb 27, 1976 in Henry Co, Paris, Tn.
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John Dunlap was born in Strabane in 1746.
In 1773 John Dunlap was appointed printer to the Continental Congress, whose members drafted the Declaration of Independence, and the Declaration itself was printed in 1776 in John Dunlap's office from Thomas Jefferson's manuscript, and circulated to the colonial assemblies.
John Dunlap's is not an untypical life story of many who 'went west' from Co. Tyrone in the 18th century to make a new life and create a new country to which they then encouraged and assisted others to migrate.
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 Jane's Families - Dunlap
John and Nancy migrated to Harrison Co. circa 1812 and settled in Athens Twp.
John was born 7 February, 1814 in Washington County, PA and migrated to Athens Twp, Harrison Co., OH with his parents in 1831.
Joshua Dunlap, born 1822 at Harrison County, Ohio, married Nancy G Watson, the daughter of William Watson and Rachel Wilson.
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John argues that Kay has not demonstrated that her Ô °xˆ<Ôstandard of living has deteriorated as a result of the divorce.
John argues that the property division is one single issue and should not be considered piecemeal.
To Ô °xð<Ôaward John a greater share of the remaining marital property based Ô °xh<Ôupon his greater contribution to the purchase of the 40©acre parcel Ô °xh<Ôwould have the effect of voiding the stipulation.
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 CHEAP CAR GUIDE - About The Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
John Dunlap is nearly graduated from the University of Iowa and studies English and Journalism.
John is the world's foremost expert at conning car salesmen into testdrives, both by faking financial means and by claiming to be a journalist.
John does not endorse nor discourage the ownership of any of these cars but will be happy to share endless stories about his times with any of them.
www.iowaonlinejournalism.com /online_journalism/JohnDunlap/CCGAuth.html   (262 words)

 Dunlap Broadside
Dunlap was appointed printer to congress, and first printed the "Declaration of Independence." He was an officer in the first troop of Philadelphia cavalry, which became the body-guard of Washington at Trenton and Princeton.
John Dunlap, born in Ireland in 1747, served as a apprentice in
John Dunlap of Philadelphia was the printer to the Continental Congress.
www.thedeclarationofindependence.org /hallofthehistoricarchives/DUNLAPBROADSIDE.NET   (799 words)

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John argues that Kay has not demonstrated that her standard of living has deteriorated as a result of the divorce.
John's argument is essen- tially that the stipulation required a certain value to be placed on the farmland and that the property be awarded to him, but it did not require his payment to Kay of the amount specified because she would receive her share as a part of the overall disposition of property.
To award John a greater share of the remaining marital property based upon his greater contribution to the purchase of the 40-acre parcel would have the effect of voiding the stipulation.
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 Dunlap broadside - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Dunlap Broadsides are the first 200 copies of the Declaration of Independence, printed on the night of July 4, 1776, by John Dunlap of Philadelphia.
As of 1989, only 24 copies of the Dunlap broadside were known to exist, until a flea market shopper bought a framed painting for four dollars.
Of the 25 surviving copies of the Dunlap broadside, 21 copies belong to universities (Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale University, the University of Virginia, and Indiana University), historical societies, public libraries and city halls.
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 Dunlap Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
HUGH DUNLAP was born November 5, 1769 in Londonderry, Ireland, the son of HARRY DUNLAP.
In addition to farming, DUNLAP owned a tavern, bought and sold land and slaves, served as a Justice and member of the County Court (name appears in index more than 100 times between 1809 and 1812), and as a Trustee of Rittenhouse Academy.
DUNLAP was regarded as a brave and honest man. He was described as a man of fine military appearance and polished manners.
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 Dunlap Info
Dunlap was chosen to print the Broadside of the Declaration in 1776 and became the official printed to the Continental Congress in 1778.
Dunlap served in the first troop of Philadelphia cavalry which was the body guard for Washington at the Battle of Trenton and Princeton.
John Dunlap found himself at the center of the birth of a new nation and made the most of his opportunities to serve the cause of freedom.
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Dunlap typesets the document and creates about 200 "broadsides" of the text (approximately the size of a full sheet of newspaper).
A Dunlap broadside is sent to the British to ensure the message is loud and clear (a second copy is sent on August 11, 1776).
John Hancock, president of the Congress, approved the text and the proceeding was witnessed by Secretary Charles Thomson.
www.independenceroadtrip.org /Declaration/history.html   (615 words)

 National Park Service: A Multitude of Amendments, Alterations and Additions (Endnotes)
John Dunlap, born in Ireland in 1747, served as a apprentice in the Pennsylvania print shop of his uncle, William Dunlap.
The image of John Hancock was copied from a portrait done by John Singleton Copley in 1765 and that of Thomas Jefferson painted by Bass Otis in 1816.
John Dickinson's handwritten draft of the Articles of Confederation is located in the collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
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 Dunlap, John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
John Dunlap was born in Tyrone, County Strabane, Ireland in 1747.
In 1757, Dunlap was sent to Philadelphia as an apprentice to his uncle, printer-bookseller William Dunlap.
Dunlap died of apoplexy on November 27, 1812.
www.pabook.libraries.psu.edu /LitMap/bios/Dunlap__John.html   (413 words)

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COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI, INDIANA, HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL, Published by F.A. Battey & Co, Chicago, 1883, pg 251 JOHN DUNLAP is a native of the Highlands of Scotland, born in Argylshire December 8, 1808.
Dunlap have been hard-working and industrious people, have passed through many of the inconveniences of pioneer life, and by industry and economy have secured a good home to shelter them in their old age.
Dunlap, although passed threescore and ten Years, is yet hale and hearty, and is one of the county's best citizens.
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 Welcome to the Community Church of Chesapeake
John and Lolly Dunlap came to Norfolk to serve in a Christian and Missionary Alliance church called the Gospel Tabernacle of the Alliance, at 39th and Elkhorn Avenue at the height of World War II.
John Wenzel shared the burden for the unreached people of the world and had been preparing since his teen years to be a missionary.
As John Dunlap said many times, "the light that shines brightest, shines farthest." May we become a church that is equipped to reach our neighbor and send missionaries to the ends of the earth, as we passionately worship Him who reconciled us to Himself.
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 Dunlap Genealogy - Washington Co., AR
Frances Dunlap, the lady refered to (or Old, Grandma Dunlap, as we used to call her some 30 years ago) was the mother of our old and respected friend, Joseph P. Dunlap, and the grandmother of our highly honorable and distinguished friend, Dr. Albert Dunlap, one of the most prominent physicians of Northwest Arkansas.
Grandma Dunlap was a native of North Carolina, and went from that State to Tennessee in an early day, where she lived for several years before coming to Fayetteville, Arkansas, some 40 years ago, and she had lived within sight of this town since the day of her arrival here some 40 years ago.
Uncle Joe Dunlap died at the residence of his son, Dr. Albert Dunlap of Winslow, Thursday and was buried Saturday at the family burying ground a few miles southeast of the city.
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 Irish Echo Online - Arts
Rather, John Dunlap was by 1784 one of the nation's most successful printers with several historical claims to fame.
John Dunlap was born in Strabane, Co. Tyrone, in 1747.
Dunlap returned to Philadelphia in 1778 and was appointed the official printer of the Continental Congress.
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Among the men who are now maintaining the dignity and reputation of the Rensselaer bar, John A. Dunlap is easily one of the first both in sound knowledge of the law, in breadth of experience and in his high standing as a man and citizen.
John A. Dunlap was born in Newton County August 1,1878, a son of John and Henrietta (Crisler) Dunlap.
Seven years of age when his father died, John A. Dunlap owes much to the love and diligence of his good mother, who kept her little family together until she married James Dunlap, a brother of her first husband.
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 John and Ephriam McLean
John and Alexander were indentured to pay for the voyage after their arrival.
The Granville surveyor was Charles Robertson for John McDowell on McDowell’s Creek.
John made application for the land and moved onto it, and George has assisted as a chairman in the survey.
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 Moffat Dunlap Real Estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Moffat Dunlap is well known throughout the Canadian horse and farm community having been a twenty year member of the show jumping team of the Canadian Equestrian Team (a Team Bronze Medal winner at the 1967 Pan-American Games and Team Gold Medal winner at the 1970 World Championships).
Moffat Dunlap is a graduate of Upper Canada College (Toronto) and the University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario).
Moffat Dunlap has also served on the Equine Advisory Board at both Humber and Seneca Colleges; is a member of the capital fund raising team at the Princess Margaret Hospital and the Southlake Regional Health Centre Fundation and co-chairman of the 1999 York Region Police Appreciation Committee.
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 California Wine and Food Magazine - Culture > Interviews
Dunlap’s 95-year-old CRA represents 18,000 restaurant businesses throughout the state, which is an exciting place to business according to the CRA executive.
Dunlap finds particularly satisfying the idea that food-savvy Europeans are now looking to California as a leader in the world of cuisine.
While most of those callers are looking for high-end, "white tablecloth" experiences, Dunlap also finds excitement in the innovation of his state’s quick-service segment of the restaurant business.
www.californiawineandfood.com /news/john-dunlap.htm   (735 words)

 Attorney John Dunlap, Farris Mathews Branan Bobango & Hellen PLC, Memphis, Tennessee
Dunlap's practice concentrates in the areas of bankruptcy reorganization, business law, and general corporate law.
Dunlap is also a member of the Florida State Bar and the American Bar Association.
Dunlap formerly practiced with the Memphis firm of Humphreys Dunlap Wellford Acuff and Stanton, PC, which merged with Farris Mathews on January 1, 2004.
www.farrismathews.com /Bio/JohnDunlap.asp   (167 words)

 ParisTimes Genealogy
Dunlap, married Mary Gay, a daughter of Wm.
John, Jacob, and William, settled in Indiana with their father, after the death of their mother.
John Robert Warwick married Mary Jane Cleek and lived on part of the old homestead on Deer Creek.
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 Dunlap Surpass Gold Set   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
At one time the only people that golded were homemakers and retirees, however, modern technology and mass production has made golding an affordable option for the everyday people to seek.
Dunlap insisted that it's the "moms and pops" of America who own Wall Street,...
Sports - $200000* - Steve Dunlap, in his first year as defensive coordinator at NC Those salaries now rival or surpass the money paid to top faculty members at...
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 Printing News Online -- 1.24.00 -- Sotheby's To Auction First Printing Of the Declaration of Independence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The document was printed July 4 and 5, 1776 by Philadelphia printer John Dunlap, who then reprinted the Declaration in his weekly newspaper, The Pennsylvania Packet.
Dunlap no doubt fidgeted as Benjamin Franklin, the dean of American printers, looked over the layout approvingly.
Franklin congratulated Dunlap and doubtless noted with approval that the brave printer had added his own name to the bottom of the Declaration.
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 New World Celts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
John Hancock ordered Philadelphia printer John Dunlap to print broadside copies of that declaration that was signed by him as President and Charles Thompson as Secretary.
With only the rough draft written by Jefferson and approved by the Congress as a source, Dunlap configured the broadside to assure the greatest impact, and then added his own name to the bottom: “Philadelphia- Printed by John Dunlap”.
John went on to become the official printer for the Congress, and the Packet became the first daily newspaper in the United States.
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 Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
David's father, George Dunlap (1736-1807) is said to have emigrated to Pennsylvania from Scotland, then migrated south into the carolinas, and in 1772 in Waxhaw SC married Agnes "Nancy" Craighead (1740-1790).
George Dunlap (1736-1807) is thought to be the son of Capt. Alexander Dunlap (1712-1744) and Elizabeth (or Ann?) McFarland.
According to the Biography of Irvin Dunlap, John was a Prof.
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 SaVi Media Group - Corporate Contacts: John Dunlap: - Strategic Advisor
John serves as Chairman and spokesman for the Dairy Action Network, an association of dairy operators, their suppliers and conservationists.
John oversaw all aspects of the CRA's services — from governmental affairs and local outreach to its Educational Foundation and annual tradeshows, the Western Foodservice & Hospitality EXPO-LA and the San Francisco Restaurant Show.
John resides in northern California with his wife, Jane, and their three children.
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 [PushBack] Clean the CARB: John D. Dunlap, III’s Bio
John D. Dunlap, III was appointed Chairman of the California Air Resources Board by Governor Pete Wilson in December 1994 and unanimously confirmed by the California State Senate in September 1995.
Dunlap earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Redlands in 1981 and a master’s degree in public policy from Claremont Graduate School in 1982.
Dunlap currently resides with his wife Jane and their four children in Placer County.
www.pushback.com /environment/autos/CARB/John_D._Dunlap.html   (353 words)

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