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  Richard Hoare – The Founder of Kerrytown
May Malloch relates a story that Richard Hoare was tired of the distance his children had to travel to school, so he arranged to have a school building built in Kerrytown, and then sent for the nuns to run it.
Mary Hoare died 31 Dec 1897 and was buried in the Temuka Cemetery.
Richard Hoare died seven years later on 28 January 1905 and was buried in the Temuka Cemetery with Mary.
www.geocities.com /scruff_nz2000/RichardHoare.htm   (3617 words)

  Richard Colt Hoare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Richard Colt Hoare, 2nd Baronet (9 December 1758–7 May 1838) was an English antiquarian and archaeologist of the early nineteenth century.
He was descended from Sir Richard Hoare, Lord Mayor of London, the founder of the family banking business.
Colt Hoare died at Stourhead, Wiltshire, in 1838.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Richard_Colt_Hoare   (326 words)

 Fuller Family of Sussex - pafg78 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Susanna Hoare was born on 06 Jul 1704 in Stourton, Wiltshire.
Henry Hoare was born on 07 Jul 1705 in Stourton, Wiltshire.
Martha Hoare was born on 10 Jan 1708 in Stourton, Wiltshire.
www3.sympatico.ca /alloydthomas/Wyon/pafg78.htm   (240 words)

 Fuller Family of Sussex - pafg21 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Captain Richard Hoare [Parents] was born on 01 Sep 1793 in Barnes,Surrey.
Hugh Richard Fahie Hoare was born in 1826.
Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare was born on 19 Nov 1865 in Oxenham, Devon.
www3.sympatico.ca /alloydthomas/Wyon/pafg21.htm   (616 words)

 Charles Antony Richard Hoare Biography / Biography of Charles Antony Richard Hoare World of Computer Science Biography
Hoare's research interests tend towards the area of unification of theories of programming with a desire to strengthen links between research schools and with an ultimate goal of the results from many schools being unified and used for practical applications, particularly in engineering.
Hoare has been given many awards throughout his life, and some of the most important have been from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) including the Programming Systems and Languages Award in 1973 and the Turing Award in 1980.
In 1982 Hoare was made a fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) and in 1999 he received a knighthood for services to computing science and he has several honorary doctorates from a number of universities.
www.bookrags.com /biography-charles-antony-richard-hoare-wcs   (831 words)

 Sir Richard Colt Hoare,
His paternal grandfather was Sir Richard Hoare (d.1754).
Hoare, who was a fellow of the Royal Society and of the Society of Antiquaries, suffered greatly from rheumatic gout in the latter part of his life, and was deaf for some years.
In consequence of the death of his son, Henry Richard, on 19 Sept. 1836, the baronetcy devolved on his eldest half-brother, Henry Hugh Hoare, of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, the head of the banking-house in Fleet Street.
www.barnelms.com /SirRichardColtHoare.htm   (1256 words)

 Hoar Family In America by Henry Stedman Nourse
Richard Hoare of the parish of St. John the Baptist in the City of Gloucester, Gentleman, August 4, 1618, bequeaths eighteen houses with lands to his sons Richard, John and Alexander, one hundred pounds to his daughter Martha, and names wife Anne and sister Joan.
This Richard was sheriff of Gloucester in 1614.
Hoar had brought out of the bags in the night; and we may see the wonderfull power of God in that one passage, in that when there was such a great number of the Indians together, and so greedy, of a little good food, and no English there but Mr.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~malchist/mypage40.htm   (10993 words)

 Sussex OPC Graffham Bridger Family Bible
By the wishes of William and Margaret Hoare this is to be Charlotte Hoare’s book, now she is the wife of Philip Norris, given by William and Margaret Hoare, her father and mother.
Margaret, the wife of William Hoare, was born 1732, about 3 years before she died, fell down and hurt her hip, so that she could not get down the stairs anymore but kept in her bedroom till she died, the 7th June 1810 aged 77.
Richard Hoare Norris and Maria White married July 1st 1832 at Steyning Church in Sussex.
www.sussex-opc.org /GeneralSussex/GraffhamBible.htm   (1173 words)

 Forums | Richard Colt Hoare | The Modern Antiquarian | Forums | Richard Colt Hoare
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www.themodernantiquarian.com /forum?thread=27518   (394 words)

 National Trust | Stourhead | Families of the house
Sir Richard Hoare was the son of a successful horse dealer, and apprentice in a goldsmith firm.
Sir Richard Colt Hoare was the son of Sir Richard Hoare (son of Henry Hoare II's only brother), 1st Baronet, and Anne, daughter of Henry Hoare II.
Sir Hugh Richard Hoare was 54, and had been a partner in the family bank for 12 years, when he inherited the estate.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk /main/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-stourhead/w-stourhead-families.htm   (1061 words)

Entre los temas que tienen cabida, se encuentran los relacionados con los fundamentos teóricos de la lógica fuzzy, el modelado de la incertidumbre, la adquisición y representación del conocimiento, el razonamiento aproximado, modelos y técnicas de agregación de información y toma de decisiones.
La conferencia inaugural correrá a cargo del profesor Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare, científico británico dedicado a la computación y conocido sobre todo por la invención, en 1960, de Quicksort, el algoritmo de ordenamiento más utilizado en el mundo.
Hoare fue profesor de Ciencia de la Computación en Belfast en 1968 y en la Universidad de Oxford desde 1977.
www.universia.es /portada/actualidad/noticia_actualidad.jsp?noticia=82100   (505 words)

 New Key To Saving African Elephants
Habitat loss is a bigger threat to African elephants than the ivory trade and the conventional wisdom is that declines in elephant populations mirror increases in human populations.
But this is not true--rather, elephants persist up to a certain point and then suddenly disappear, say Richard Hoare and Johan Du Toit of the University of Zimbabwe in Harare, Zimbabwe, in the June issue of Conservation Biology.
Hoare and Du Toit studied how human settlement affects elephants in the nearly 6,000-square mile Sebungwe region of northwestern Zimbabwe.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/1999-05/SfCB-NKTS-260599.php   (349 words)

 Stourhead House Wiltshire
In 1717 Henry Hoare I, the son of Sir Richard Hoare founder of the family bank, purchased the manor of Stourton.
Colt Hoare was a distinguished scholar, eminent antiquary and county historian.
The garden is primarily the creation of Henry Hoare II, although later members of the family, in particular Sir Richard Holt Hoare, enriched the garden by adding to the range of shrubs and trees.
www.touruk.co.uk /houses/housewilts_stour.htm   (863 words)

 Hoare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Painter and dramatist Prince Hoare (1755 – December 22, 1834)
Goldsmith, banker and politician Richard Hoare (1648 6 January 1718)
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hoare   (90 words)

 eGrabber Case study, Success Story, Solutions for sales, recruiting and other professionals
Every time Richard Hoare receives a report from his team he is told that they were behind schedule.
As the Managing Director of the company in the US, Richard Hoare says "He was accountable for setting the pace of activities to launch their business expansion as planned".
Richard passed on this information and the software copy to his department.
www.egrabber.com /solutions/solutions_epcglobal.htm   (883 words)

 National Trust | Stourhead | Plant collection
Colt Hoare, as he was known in the family, may be remembered for adding the Regency library to the house, and for his literary and scholarly achievements.
It was Colt Hoare who first established Stourhead’s internationally renowned culture of pelargoniums; over 600 types in all.
During the Victorian age, the 4th Baronet, Sir Hugh Richard Hoare planted many conifers including the cavernous western red cedars and the world’s tallest trees, the giant redwoods.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk /main/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-stourhead/w-stourhead-garden/w-stourhead-garden-plant_collection.htm   (320 words)

 EPCglobal - Connecting People, Projects, and Careers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Previously, Richard was at Bechtel, where he was the Project Director for the EPCglobal initiative from concept to incorporation.
Richard worked extensively on the development of EPC projects in Europe, Australia and Asia.
Before joining Bechtel, Richard was a Senior Mechanical Engineer at North West Water Plc working on projects in the UK, Thailand and at affiliated manufacturing companies in North America and the UK.
www.epcglobal.com /webtier/html/management.htm   (1257 words)

 Human Elephant Conflict Working Group - Tools
By G.E. Parker, F.V. Osborn, R.E. Hoare and L.S. Niskanen
Making extensive use of real-life examples and case studies, combined with a strong practical element, this training course aims to provide African wildlife managers and local residents with the basic tools needed for effective community-based HEC management.
Taken together these modules are designed to equip HEC mitigation practitioners with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage conflict at the site level.
iucn.org /afesg/hec/hectools.html   (711 words)

 Stourhead Landscape Garden
An amateur creation, Stourhead was made for the most part by two members of the Hoare family, Henry Hoare (1705-1785) and his grandson Richard Colt Hoare (1758-1838).
The main features of the gardens were virtually complete by 1783, and they have been little changed since then, apart for the introduction in the nineteenth century of ornamental and exotic trees and shrubs.
Among the paintings of Italian scenes owned by Henry Hoare was a 'Gaspard of Tivoli', and a copy of a famous painting by Claude, the 'View of Delphi with a Procession' which has among its buildings an edifice based on, but slightly different from the Pantheon at Rome.
www.sisley.co.uk /stourhead.htm   (446 words)

 Sir Richard Colt Hoare ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Pompeo Girolamo Batoni - Portrait of Richard Milles c.
Francis Wheatley - The Death of King Richard II c.
COLT HOARE, Sir Richard., The Ancient History of South Wiltshire.
www.wwar.com /masters/h/hoare-sir_richard_colt.html   (367 words)

 Southampton Solent University Library
Richard Colt Hoare became a patron and scholar in an era of transition.
He had been brought up and educated during the Age of Enlightenment epitomised by the great house at Stourhead and he was accustomed to the values of the upper reaches of wealthy English society.
I have also drawn on the works of writers who have touched upon aspects of Colt Hoare's travels, collections and studies which are relevant to this treatise.
www.solent.ac.uk /library/favdb/viewfull.asp?486   (381 words)

 Stourhead Gardens - England - Gardens, Parks, Squares and Open Spaces - Presented by PlantsGalore.Com
Hoare demolished the original house and replaced it with a Palladian house and renamed the property Stourhead.
The 100 acre gardens were the original design of Henry Hoare II starting in 1740.
In 1791 Sir Richard Colt Hoare began the arboretum, mainly with deciduous trees from North America, and began the collection of rhododendrons.
www.plantsgalore.com /gardens/uk/UK_Stourhead-2004.htm   (225 words)

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The first task that Hoare received from his boss, Pat Shackleton, was to implement for the new Elliot 803 computer, a library subroutine for a new fast method of internal sorting just invented by Shell.
Pat was very pleased with Hoare´s completed program, but Hoare had something to add… when he was studying machine translation of languages in Moscow, one of the things he was doing was a program to do automatic search of words in a dictionary, and by that time he used a sorting algorithm that he created.
Hoare is alive, he is a researcher of nowadays, and in May 2003 the “Communications Sequential Processes” book (first published in 1985) whose ideias he wrote in paper in1978, was the third most cited computer science reference of all time according to Citeseer.
www.cs.ru.nl /~hans/Geschiedenis/Papers/Miguel.doc   (2809 words)

 October 2002 - Retired Paleontologest from Bowling Green   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
COLUMBUS, OH - Richard D. Hoare, Ph.D, professor emeritus at Bowling Green State University, has been awarded the William W. Mather Medal for 2002 by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
Hoare has been a leading publisher of scientific work on Ohio's fossils, including more than 60 papers published on paleontology.
Dr. Hoare's career spans more than 40 years, during which time he trained many students in Ohio geology and advised at least 31 master's candidates.
www.dnr.state.oh.us /htdocs/news/oct02/1009retiredpaleontol.htm   (307 words)

 Miall -- Tintern, Coxe on the Wye
Although the exterior appearance of the ruins is not equal to the inside view, yet in some positions, particularly to the east, they present themselves with considerable effect.
While sir Richard Hoare was employed in sketching

the north western side, I crossed the ferry and walked down the stream about half a mile.

Sir Richard Colt Hoare (1758-1838) was a historian of the county of Wiltshire in the south of England.
www.arts.ualberta.ca /~dmiall/Tintern/Coxe.htm   (3168 words)

 The Study of Programming Languages: References
DeMillo, Richard A., Richard J. Lipton, and Alan J. Perlis.
Hoare, Charles Antony Richard, and Niklaus Emil Wirth.
Wirth explains Pascal's genesis as a successor to ALGOL W. Wirth, Niklaus Emil, and Charles Antony Richard Hoare.
www.cs.fit.edu /~ryan/study/bibliography.html   (4044 words)

 Pepys' Diary: Hoare, Richard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Hoare as in hoar frost [or gray or white with age].
From J Evelyn Kadeldarium:[on his way to France 12 july 49,]”… I carried my servant Ri: Hoare an incompatible writer of serverall hands, whom I afterwards preferrd in the Perogative Office, at the returne of his Majestie[this was written up in latter years].
We had a good passage, though chased by a Pyrate for some houres, but he Durst not attaque our fregat & so left us: But we then we chased them, til they got under the protection of the Castle at Calais: The vessell was a small Privateere belonging to the Prince of Wales:…”
www.pepysdiary.com /p/765.php   (219 words)

 Hoare Family Crest
In continental Europe, the most ancient recorded family crest was discovered upon the monumental effigy of a Count of Wasserburg in the church of St. Emeran, at Ratisobon, Germany...
In the Hoare coat of arms as in all coat of arms the crest is only one element of the full armorial achievement.
Heraldry is defined as the hereditary art or science of blazoning, the description is appropriate technical terms of Coats-of-Arms and other heraldic and armorial insignia, and is of very ancient origin...
www.houseofnames.com /xq/asp.fc/qx/hoare-family-crest.htm?a=54323-224   (419 words)

 Bournemouth University : Programme Details - Nav bar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Richard is a solicitor in the music department of London law firm Clintons, a market leader in the provision of legal services to the entertainment, sport and media sectors.
Richard is a good example that the passion for a subject is the best foundation for a successful career, even in law.” During his first year at Bournemouth University Richard discovered that the two areas of music and law could be combined to make a successful career.
The case which to date occupied most of his time involved a dispute between Simon Cowell and Simon Fuller regarding the ownership to the rights in the recordings made by winners of the various series of Pop Idol around the world.
courses.bournemouth.ac.uk /3detailsNav.asp?ID=876&content=5   (364 words)

 Kyocera Americas | News
The laureate will be Professor Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare (U.K., age 66), a professor emeritus at Oxford University and a computer scientist who has made pioneering and fundamental contributions to the development of software science.
These essential contributions, made possible by his theory on the definition and design of programming languages (known as Hoare?s Logic), are a monumental accomplishment in the history of software science.
Professor Hoare also originated the concepts of data types and rules for verification to provide a methodology for ensuring the validity and reliability of software.
americas.kyocera.com /news/news_detail.cfm?key=868   (1084 words)

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