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  Probert Encyclopaedia: People and Peoples (John-John A)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
John was a son of Christian I and king of Denmark in 1481.
John Adams was a leader in the movement for independence an his presidency was marked by rivalry with fellow-Federalist Alexander Hamilton, controversy over government measures taken to curb political opposition, and a crisis in American relations with France.
John Alden was one of the pilgrim founders of the Plymouth Colony.
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John Doe and Richard Roe were names formerly used as standing pledges for the prosecution of suits.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the 35th president of the USA from 1961 until his assassination in 1963.
JOHN G. John G Townsend Jr was an American politician.
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John Bright became a leading spirit in the Anti-Corn-Law League and in 1843 was elected to Parliament to represent Durham, where upon he distinguished himself as an advocate of free trade and reform.
John Burnet was a Scottish engraver and painter.
John Piper is an English painter born at Epsom in 1903.
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 Descendants of DANIELL - pafg08.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Elizabeth CRUSE (Ann DANIEL, Joseph DANIEL, John DANIEL, Joseph, John,) was born in 1830 in Imber, Wiltshire.
Rhoda Jescintha DANIELS was born on 20 Jun 1860 in Tilshead, Wiltshire.
Joseph DANIELS (Charles DANIELS, Joseph DANIEL, John DANIEL, Joseph, John,) was born in 1854 in Imber, Wiltshire.
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 Daniell (crater) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daniell is a lunar impact crater located in the southern half of the Lacus Somniorum.
The rim of Daniell crater is oval in form, with the long axis oriented north-northwest to south-southeast.
By convention these features are identified on Lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater mid-point that is closest to Daniell crater.
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 RDAnyers - rdag20.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John Daniell (John Daniell, John Daniell, John Daniell, John Daniel, John Danyell, John Daniell, Thomas Daniel, John Daniel, John Daniell, Thomas Danyell, John Danyell, John Danyell, William Danyell, William Danyers, John Danyers, William Danyers Junior, William Danyers Senior, Thomas Danyers, Robert) was born in Jul 1685.
Thomas Daniell of Londonderry (John Daniell, John Daniell, John Daniell, John Daniel, John Danyell, John Daniell, Thomas Daniel, John Daniel, John Daniell, Thomas Danyell, John Danyell, John Danyell, William Danyell, William Danyers, John Danyers, William Danyers Junior, William Danyers Senior, Thomas Danyers, Robert) was born on 15 Aug 1688 in Daresbury.
John Daniell of Aldridge Lodge, Staffordshire was born on 17 Dec 1733.
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 John Frederic Daniell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Frederic Daniell (March 12, 1790 - March 13, 1845) was an English chemist and physicist.
Daniell was born in London, and in 1831 became the first professor of chemistry at the newly founded King's College, London.
His name is best known for his invention of the Daniell cell (Phil.
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 The Roger Daniell Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
John Wilhoite Lewis, Maj. Csa DANIEL was born on 18 Aug 1831 in GA. and died on 30 Aug 1876 in Bullock Co., AL., at age 45.
John Bates was born on 18 Jan 1788 in, Greenville Co., SC, died on 18 Jan 1859 in Marietta, Greenville Co., South Carolina, at age 71, and was buried in Jan 1859 in Bates Cemetery, Marietta, Greenville Co., South Carolina.
John Bates was born on 19 Dec 1821 in Greenville, Greenville, SC, died on 19 Aug 1859 in Cleveland Twp., Greenville Co., S.Carolina, at age 37, and was buried in Aug 1859 in Cleveland Twp., Greenville Co., S.Carolina.
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 John Berryman - the Immigrant
JOHN BERRYMAN was the son of DANIELL and ELNOR (Slee) BERRYMAN of Tiverton, Devonshire, England.
John Berryman was born in Dudley, Worcestershire on July 18, 1825, died at Woldingham on June 27, 1896.
John Berryman (age 53) was tried by Mister Justice Gibson in Londonderry 20th to 22nd of July, 1908 for 2 murders which occurred at Tirkeeran, near Garvagh, County Derry, Ireland.
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 John Smalley of Eastham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
John Done, Josias Cooke, Richard Sparrow and Richard Higgins desired some proportions of land at a place about thirteen English miles from Rehoboth,” which was granted by the Court.
Martin (or Marten), Charles and John Gilman, Robert Dennis, and John Smith were granted, December 18, 1666, and May 30, 1668, the right, as Associates, of conferring upon the townships the name of the place whence they came–Piscataqua, on the southern coast of Maine, later incorporated as the town of Kittery.
Elizabeth, wife of John Snow, was admitted to the church, August 10, 1713; and all their children born in Truro were baptized there.
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 Descendants of John Willingham
And said executrix, with John Willingham and Thomas Willingham, her sureties, entered into bond, and certificate was granted her for obtaining a probate of the said will.
Sarah Jones, daughter of John Jones, of Columbia and Lincoln Co., Georgia and St. Clair Co., AL are John Willingham d.
John Welden was its first pastor, and was followed in turn, by Thomas Downs and William Hatchett.
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 Adventures in CyberSound: The Story of the Telegraph
As the investigator gropes back through the attenuated records of the past in search of the birth of the idea of the telegraph he is perplexed by the many attempts previously made to lay finger upon the genesis, the origin, of the telegraphic idea.
The primary cells introduced by John Frederick Daniell, in England (1836) and by William Grove, in England (1837) supplied the missing link and from that time onward practical telegraph systems were rapidly introduced and extended to meet social, governmental, and commercial requirements in all civilized countries.
John P. Barrett, then superintendent of the fire alarm telegraph of the City of Chicago, invented in 1876 a device known as the joker which carried the valuable idea of the Farmer System into a new application and gave its benefits to large central station systems.
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 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Genealogy Report: My Stepdad's Family: Ancestors of His Niece and Nephew Who Are ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Martiau was elected to the House of Burgesses from "Kiskyacke and the Isle of Kent," 1632, amd was among the first appointees as a justice of York County, serving from 1633 until his death, 1657, the records showing that court was held at times at his home.
In this first rebellion against autocratic rule, Capt. Martiau was a leader, having been one of three spokesmen at a meeting of discontented colonists held at Yorktown.
Spencer's library was not the one which went to the John Rylands Library in 1892, but was, Dr. Margaret Wright of that library, tells me, mortgaged to the Duke of Marlborough while it was at Sunderland House and taken to Blenheim.
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 John's Page
John Arnett [2] born to John [1] and Marianne Arnett
John Searle one plantation containing fifty-two acres and 2/3 an acre of land being part of plot annexed under lands of Richard Forde [map of 1681] a surveyor butting and bounding east, upon lands of William Hallum west, upon lands of John Seale and Thomas Cooper [possible relative of Sir.
John [2] was born in 1645 and yet his possible children were not born until the 1690's suggesting John [2] may have been the grandfather of these children.
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 "Ideological crests versus empirical troughs: John Herschel's and William Radcliffe Birt's research on atmospheric ...
Daniell, Howard, and the eccentric polymath Thomas Ignatius Maria Forster were among Council Members, but their prestige and eagerness did not matter much as the society had its last meeting as early as in May 1824.
Nor was the subsequent visit of Joseph Henry more helpful; the meteorological doyen John Daniell, as Henry's diary shows, had already made his judgment in favor of the rotatory theory.
Living near Bethnal Green in London, in 1831 and 1832 he was engaged in systematic astronomical observation; to John Lubbock he communicated a dozen of corrections to the celestial map prepared for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge and even projected a survey of the Milky Way.
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 British 'Firsts'
It was the first system to divide flowering plants into monocotyledons and dicotyledons, with additional divisions made on the basis of leaf and flower characters and fruit types.
The Daniell cell was the first reliable source of direct-current electricity.
1921 John James Rickard Macleod, Scottish physiologist who shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with Frederick Banting in 1923 for their part in the discovery of insulin, the hormone in the pancreas that reduces blood glucose (sugar) levels.
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 The Crater Company - Moon Crater Catalog - Index Of Named Lunar Craters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
John Frederick ~ (1790-1845), British physicist, chemist, educator and meteorologist; first professor of chemistry and meteorology at the then-new King's College of London (1831-1845).
John Howard ~ (1886-1962), American physicist and radio pioneer; from 1907 to 1948, he held successive posts at the National Bureau of Standards in Washington, D. C., including physicist; chief, radio section; and chief, Central Radio Propagation Laboratory.
John ~ (1706-1761), British optician; inventor of the achromatic lens for telescopes.
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 Super Scientists - John Frederic Daniell
He invented the Daniell Cell in 1836, which was a big improvement in the battery.
Because Daniell's battery was so reliable, it was used exclusively in the late 1830's to power British and American telegraph systems.
Among Daniell's other inventions was a new type of dew-point hygrometer to measure humidity and a pyrometer to measure the heat in a furnace.
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 Adventures in CyberSound: 2500 Years of Communications History : Part 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
John Cuthbertson, an English instrument maker living in Amsterdam, makes an electric battery out of 135 Leyden jars.
An English doctor, John Ayrton Paris, invents the 'Thaumatrope', an optical parlor toy that exploits the phenomenon of persistence of vision.
A constant electrical current is achieved by John Frederick Daniell, a chemistry professor in London, when he introduces a non-polarizing battery: the Daniell Cell.
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 Susannah Lee
On 12 June 1714, John Boughan and Susanna his wife of the parish of St. Anns and County of Essex sold to John Mottley of the same.
She was to receive during her life or widowhood the plantation on which John lived and one third of his Negroes.
She was to keep slaves of the estate together during the infancy of the children.
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 AIM25: King's College London College Archives: King's College London Department of Chemistry Student Records
Administrative/Biographical history : Chemistry was first taught by Professor John Frederick Daniell in the Senior Department and the Medical Department of King's from the opening of the College in 1831.
Daniell remained at King's until 1845 and in 1864 the Daniell Scholarship was founded in his honour.
When the Senior Department was split into two separate sections; Civil Engineering and Mining in 1838 and General Literature and Science in 1840, Chemistry was taught under both.
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 AIP International Catalog of Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Herschel, John F. (John Frederick William), Sir, 1792-1871.
Notebooks containing lectures on the 'pleasures of science' and the advantages of the study of natural sciences.
The bulk of the papers were presented by a relative, Miss Daniell, with additional material presented by Canon G. Daniell, his grandson, and Samuel Hunter Christie, mathematician.
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 John Lane Company Records, Index of Correspondents
Bertie of Thame, Vere Frederick Bertie, Viscount, 1878-1954--4.5
Skrine, John Huntley, 1848-1923--44.2 (with Skrine, Mary J. Skrine, Mary J. (Mary Jessie Hammond), b.
Spender, John A. (John Alfred), 1862-1942 (The Westminster Gazette)--44.4, 54.2
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 (Bertie Lee DANIELL - Jonathan DANIELL )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Bonnie Emma DANIELL (26 Jul 1886 - ____)
Estha Eleanor DANIELL (9 Mar 1837 - 29 Jul 1915)
Frederick Hamby DANIELL (6 May 1895 - 28 May 1964)
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 Chronology of Communication Events: Part 1
Somewhat later Sir William Watson (1715-87) and Dr. John Bevis (1693-1771) improved the jar by coating the inside and outside with tin foil.
An electrostatic telegraph is demonstrated in Geneva, Switzerland by George Louis Lesage.
John G. Pickard (for American Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Company), Lee de Forest (for Wireless Telegraph Company of America) and Guglielmo Marconi (for Marconi Wireless Telegraph and Signal Company, Ltd.) battle to cover the America Cup Race in September and October.
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 Index of Biographies
Heidegger, John James : Master of the Revels to George II Henley, John : Preacher, Orator
Henry of Beaufort : Second son of John of Gaunt
John of Gaunt : Forth son of Edward III
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 Tugs at Normandy Harbor Harbor on D-Day June 6, 1944
The idea for an artificial harbor such as this was first suggested by Winston Churchill during World War I. Lt. General Sir Frederick Morgan, a descendant of the pirate Henry Morgan, was in charge of planning the harbors.
A similar harbor was under consideration for the invasion of Japan.
The MV Farallon was towing a damaged Liberty, SS John A. Treutlen, when the Liberty was torpedoed by a German submarine.
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 John Choisser Family Tree
It has been said that every Choisser family descends from John Choisser, an Illinois native born of French Canadian parents in 1784.
Born in Illinois 34 years before statehood, John would marry Nancy Sutton, and they would have twelve sons and one daughter.
At the top of the main tree, for example, John Choisser's name has a link.
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 Portals Press Web Page
John Gery is a Research Professor of English at the University of New Orleans.
He has served as Director of the Ezra Pound Center for Literature at Brunnenburg Castle, Italy, since 1990.
Richard, a native of Texas and Louisiana, received his B.A. from the University of Iowa and his M.F.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.
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 Lillian Goldman Law Library: Recent Library Acquisitions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
A literary excursion to the inns of court in London / described and illustrated by Timothy Daniell.
The Hague : Kluwer Law International ; Frederick, MD : Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers, c2004.
Memorial of Jonathan Phillips, Samuel Dorr, John C. Warren, William E. Channing, Joseph Tuckerman, and twenty-two hundred and twenty-eight others, citizens of Boston, in favor of sustaining the law of 1838, regulating the sale of spirituous liquors.
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