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  John Page (Virginia) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Page (born 17 April 1744 in Gloucester County, Virginia ; died 11 October 1808) was a figure in early United States history.
He also participated in framing Virginia's state constitution, as well as serving as a congressional representative of that state from 1789 to 1797, eventually becoming governor from 1802 to 1805.
This page was last modified 01:02, 10 May 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Page_(Virginia)   (173 words)

 Terry Mason's Family History Web Site.
John Fike was born in 1770 in,, Tennessee.
John Morgan Settle [ Parents ] was born on 13 Oct 1777 in, Fauquier, Virginia.
Sally Dodd was born in 1787 in,, Virginia.
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Page (65) George Taylor, formerly bound to John Finley, to be bound to David Finley.
John Craig did come immediately from the Province of Pennsylvania and settle and live, and still does continue a fixed and settled minister in the County of Augusta aforesaid, doing and performing all the necessary duties becoming a good and christianlike minister and preacher of the word of God.
John Finley 's will--To wife, Sarah; to sons, John and William; to daughter, Sally Finley ; daughter, Peggy Hutchinson; daughter, Jinny Frasor; son, Samuel; to Peggy Mooney, something to be done for her.
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 John Page
PAGE, John, merchant, born in Bedfont, England, in 1627; died in Williamsburg, Virginia, 23 January, 1692.
His son, Matthew, planter, born in Virginia in 1659; died there, 9 January, 1703, was one of the original board of trustees of William and Mary college, a member of the council under Queen Anne, and active in public affairs.
He was elected one of the earliest representatives in congress from Virginia, upon the adoption of the Federal constitution, and was re-elected three times, serving from 4 March, 1789, till 3 March, 1797.
www.famousamericans.net /johnpage   (1324 words)

 Nash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
John F Nash 's father, also called John Forbes Nash so we shall refer to him as John Nash Senior, was a native of Texas.
John Nash Senior was born in 1892 and had an unhappy childhood from which he escaped when he studied electrical engineering at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical.
John F Nash's mother, Margaret Virginia Martin, was known as Virginia.
www-groups.dcs.st-andrews.ac.uk /~history/Mathematicians/Nash.html   (3609 words)

 From Revolution to Reconstruction: Biographies: John Marshall
John Marshall born on September 24, 1755, eleven weeks after Braddock's defeat during which most of the British officers, including Braddock, were killed or wounded.
Jefferson was governor of Virginia and his conduct during the invasion was questioned even to the point of an inquiry of impeachment formally moved in the Virginia Legislature.
John Marshall returned to the United States to be enthusiastically received by most of the country.
odur.let.rug.nl /~usa/B/jmarshall/marsh.htm   (2284 words)

 John G. Roberts, Jr. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The same source also indicates the possibility that the individuals listed in the "leadership directory" are, in a technical sense, not necessarily "members" of the society, and no confirmable membership information is officially disclosed by the Society itself.
West Virginia Coal Association, Roberts argued on behalf of the National Mining Association in support of the legality of mountaintop removal.
"Report of the Alliance for Justice: Opposition to the Confirmation of John G. Roberts to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit." Alliance for Justice.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_G._Roberts_Jr.   (3323 words)

 John Page - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title.
If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.
This page was last modified 00:35, 28 March 2005.
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 John Mason Page
Records state that at the time of their marriage he was 32 and she was 19 years of age.
John Wesley Mason was paroled at Lynchburg, Virginia on 13 April 1865.
He was sent to a hospital in Staunton, Virginia where he died from his injury.
www.geocities.com /waddie3/masonjohn.htm   (568 words)

 St. John the Baptist's Parish Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church are called by Jesus to be a community of his disciples, growing in faith and worshiping together in Eucharistic celebration.
John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, along with the Hillsdale United Methodist Church, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church and the Pascack Bible Church, helps to sustain the H elping H and F ood P antry.
John's Parish is one of four co-sponsoring parishes of St. John's Academy.
www.rc.net /newark/st_johnbaptist   (1309 words)

 Senator John Warner
I work to serve the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as America.
As always, I look forward to hearing from the people of Virginia about legislation or other matters that affect your families and communities.
As chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, my top responsibility is to strengthen America's military and improve healthcare and the overall quality of life for the men, women, and families of the United States Armed Forces.
www.senate.gov /~warner   (364 words)

 Guide Introduction: Records of Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations–Series M:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
John Bassett and Robert King in the Court of Hanover County, Virginia (bears affidavit of Montague Williams); and a writ of execution, 1809, issued by John Kilby (as a justice of the peace for Hanover County, Virginia) in the lawsuit of Richard Phillips v.
Correspondence is by Lucy Randolph (Page) Carter (of The Briars, Clarke County, Virginia), Mary Frances (Page) Cooke (at Saratoga, Clarke County, Staunton, and Winchester, Virginia), Matella Cary (Page) Harrison (of Longwood, Clarke County, Virginia), Nancy Addison Harrison (at Belvidere, Richmond, Virginia, and Martinsburg, West Virginia), and William Henry McGuire.
Correspondence is by Carter and Ryland of Richmond, Virginia, and John L. Williams and Sons of Richmond, Virginia.
www.lexis-nexis.com /cispubs/guides/southern_hist/plantations/plantm3.htm   (11885 words)

 Page Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
JOHN PAGE was born March 26, 1777 in Virginia.
JOHN BROCKMAN PAGE was born February 11, 1801 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.
HELEN MARIE PAGE, daughter of William White Page and Cora Elizabeth England Page, was born on November 9, 1913 in Scottsville, Kentucky.
members.aol.com /kjtcet2/page.htm   (1453 words)

 John Brown Biography Page
Born in Torrington, Connecticut on May 9, 1800, John Brown was the son of a wandering New Englander.
Brown spent much of his youth in Ohio, where he was taught in local schools to resent compulsory education and by his parents to revere the Bible and hate slavery.
After a sensational trial, he was found guilty of treason against Virginia and was hanged at Charlestown, amid much fanfare, Dec. 2, 1859.
www.civilwarhome.com /johnbrownbio.htm   (556 words)

We invite you to explore the music, memories, highlights and insights about one of the world’s most captivating and celebrated men.
John Denver’s generosity of spirit colored his music with a pure, simple grace, casting a spell that crossed the barriers of age, economics, geography, language and politics.
He was a rare combination - a gifted performer and an extraordinary man who utilized his success to give greater visibility to the many causes that he championed.
www.johndenver.com   (101 words)

 Home Page for John C. Harrison
John C. Harrison joined the faculty in 1993 as an associate professor of law after a distinguished career with the U.S. Department of Justice.
A 1977 graduate of the University of Virginia, Harrison earned his law degree in 1980 at Yale where he served as editor of the
He was an associate at Patton Boggs and Blow in Washington, D.C., and clerked for the Honorable Robert Bork on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
www.law.virginia.edu /lawweb/Faculty.nsf/FHPbI/3581   (131 words)

 Virginia Woolf
Virginia Woolf's books were published by Hogart Press, which she founded with her husband, the critic and writer Leonard Woolf.
Virginia Woolf was born in London, as the daughter of Julia Jackson Duckworth, a member of the Duckworth publishing family, and Sir Leslie Stephen, a literary critic, a friend of Meredith, Henry James, Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, and George Eliot, and the founder of the Dictionary of National Biography.
Virginia's economic situation improved when she inherited £2,500 from an aunt.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /vwoolf.htm   (2140 words)

 Captain John Smith
This portrait of Captain John Smith appeared on a 1616 map of New England.
John Smith became leader of the colonists and did his best to fight off the Indians.
He was denied further opportunities to return to America due to his independent nature and spent the rest of his life writing books until his death in 1631 at age 51.
www.apva.org /history/jsmith.html   (754 words)

 Vshadow: Augusta and John Brown
Child wants a letter given to John Brown, and asks that she be allowed to come care for him.
4: "Northern Sentiment." Report on Northern opinion of John Brown and raid, claiming that the majority of people are not so sympathetic as their leaders make them out to be.
This gives the impression that Virginians are not united in their devotion to slavery and the South, and thus contributed to the fanaticism of John Brown and to the impression among other fanatics of the North that there is sympathy for the anti-slavery cause in Virginia.
valley.vcdh.virginia.edu /Browser1/aubrowser/au.file.brown.html   (1302 words)

 John's Book Pages
These are my book pages; I made them because I want to keep track of my continuing struggle to avoid letting the grind of university life prevent me from reading interesting books, and because I like to think that my opinions are useful to people who are looking for a good read.
Pages last updated on Wed Oct 15 11:24:17 MDT 2003.
These pages were mentioned in the Washington Post on Feb 18, 1999; the article is available in
books.regehr.org   (163 words)

 Page Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Robert Page was born in 1750 in Goochland
Benjamin Page was born about 1750 in Virginia.
Betty Page was born in 1737 in Charlotte, Virginia.
vidas.rootsweb.com /Page.html   (82 words)

 Vshadow: Franklin and John Brown
The editors provide a history of John Brown's experiences in Kansas, including an account of the riots in which his sons were killed and his property destroyed.
4: "A Word for Chambersburg." Defends Chambersburg against accusations that the town aided in John Brown's Raid, since it was the head quarters of the raiders.
2: "John B. Floyd." Apparently John B. Floyd admitted that the Buchanan administration had had warning of the attack at Harper's Ferry two months prior to the raid.
valley.vcdh.virginia.edu /Browser1/frbrowser/fr.file.brown.html   (2015 words)

 Lotta's Virginia Woolf Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Virginia was a member of the Bloomsbury group,
Virginia was troubled by repeated mental problems, and had to be put under guard several times.
Among other things she wrote about her struggle against insanity in "Moments of Being", and some of her thoughts are published in her diarys and letters.
www.jmk.su.se /jmk/stud/magen/l-hollot/woolf.html   (242 words)

 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Richmond - Gov. Warner appointed J. Alfred Broaddus Jr., retired president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, as a trustee for the Virginia Retirement System.
Virginia has more than 4,000 known caves, but only 10 are open to the public.
Newport News - The 55 hulks left in the James River Ghost Fleet could be destined for recycling yards in Turkey and Mexico under a deal being pursued by the U.S. Maritime Administration.
www.usatoday.com /news/states/vamain.htm   (314 words)

 Harpers Ferry NHP Home Page
is located at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers in the states of West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, John Brown, "Stonewall" Jackson, and Frederick Douglass are just a few of the prominent individuals who left their mark on this place.
Harpers Ferry witnessed the first successful application of interchangeable manufacture, the arrival of the first successful American railroad, John Brown's attack on slavery, the largest surrender of Federal troops during the Civil War, and the education of former slaves in one of the earliest integrated schools in the United States.
www.nps.gov /hafe/home.htm   (187 words)

 VMI: Error   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
If you are experiencing trouble finding the information you want please contact the webmaster@vmi.edu
©Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA 24450-0304, 540.464.7230 Contact VMI
The national relay messenger service for the hearing impaired is Virginia Relay, Dial 711
www.vmi.edu /show.asp?durki=1620   (46 words)

 John's Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This page, my little outpost in the vast virtual world of the web and my personal corner of the Coolhaus enterprise, is a project I had been meaning to tackle for some time.
(I did make the picture of Coolhaus seen on the main page, so I wasn't totally remiss in my responsibilities.) In the end though, it was impending coverage in the Washington Post that finally motivated me enough to overcome my procrastination.
Plus, to this day I cringe a little bit whenever someone says "I have to go to the john." And there was also the time some years back I was watching a local TV news man-on-the-street segment where they asked "What is the worst name you could imagine giving your child?" and someone answered "John".
home.earthlink.net /~coolhaus/john.html   (1047 words)

 Office of U.S. Senator George Allen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
WASHINGTON, DC - "Today's decision by the BRAC commission to add Oceana to the closure consideration list is illogical, shortsighted and wasteful and has the potential to disturb the important operations being undertaken by the brave men and women stationed at that base and deployed abroad.
In Virginia Beach, every time a jet flies over - people say, 'that is the sound of freedom.' I aim to keep it that way," Allen said.
Senator Allen recently returned from his trip to Iraq where he visted Virginia National Guard troops and other American service members stationed in the country.
allen.senate.gov   (654 words)

 Official Web Site of John R. Lee, M.D.
Over a decade ago, Dr. John Lee first published his startling conclusions about conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT): synthetic hormones don’t work as predicted and, worse, they pose a health threat to women.
John R. Lee, M.D. was an international authority and pioneer in the use of natural progesterone cream and natural hormone balance.
He was a sought-after speaker, as well as a best-selling author and the editor-in-chief of a widely read newsletter.
www.johnleemd.com   (818 words)

 Big John Trimble's East Coast Opry Performers, Page 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Teenie and the band accept only select dates to work here in central Virginia these days because Teenie and the boys don’t want to be too far away from their children and grandchildren.
Dave is what is known in the music business as a triple threat in that he is a great vocalist, lead guitarist and has been named Virginia’s state champion banjo player many times.
George was a member of the Lynn Stewart band on the Wheeling Jamboree for many years and not only excels in country music but plays blues and rock ‘n’ roll as well.
www.bigjohntrimble.com /banner_links/band/band2.html   (693 words)

 Home Page of John C. Knight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I am a professor of computer science at the University of Virginia.
Prior to joining the University of Virginia in 1981, I was with NASA's Langley Research Center.
Specific research topics include network architectures that facilitate survivability, the security of those architectures, and the modeling of very large networks.
www.cs.virginia.edu /%7Ejck   (236 words)

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