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  Samuel Musgrave
Samuel Musgrave (September 29, 1732 - July 5, 1780) was an English classical scholar and physician.
Musgrave was born at Washfield in Devon, and was educated at the University of Oxford.
Thus discredited, Musgrave gained a precarious living in London by his pen until his death, in reduced circumstances, on the 5th of July 1780.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/sa/Samuel_Musgrave.html   (155 words)

 Samuel Musgrave - LoveToKnow 1911
SAMUEL MUSGRAVE (1732-1780), English classical scholar and physician, was born at Washfield, in Devonshire, on the 29th of September 173 2.
Educated at Oxford and elected to a Radcliffe travelling fellowship, he spent several years abroad.
In 1766 he settled at Exeter, but not meeting with professional success removed to Plymouth.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Samuel_Musgrave   (143 words)

  Samuel Musgrave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Samuel Musgrave (September 29, 1732 - July 5, 1780) was an English classical scholar and physician.
Musgrave was born at Washfield in Devon, and was educated at the University of Oxford.
The discredited Musgrave was obliged to earn a meagre living in London by writing until his death, in reduced circumstances.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Samuel_Musgrave   (212 words)

 Samuel Maclure.html
I have decided to produce a page on Samuel Maclure's work in the Greater Victoria area as there are at present no web-based resources on the life and work of one of British Columbia's most famous and prodigious architects.
Samuel Maclure was born in 1860 in New Westminster, British Columbia, the son of a Royal Engineer.
Samuel Maclure designed buildings for other regions, but it is in the Victoria area that his most famous examples remain.
www.islandnet.com /~helen/Maclure.html   (723 words)

 Musgrave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Samuel Musgrave - English classical scholar and physician
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 Lisburn Miscellany
Samuel Kennedy, of Grove Green, had a flour mill on the site of a bleach green about 1817.
There is a huge railed-in memorial to Doctor Samuel Musgrave, who had a practice in Market Square in 1819.
This is not an old cemetery when compared with Kilrush, Old Blaris and Lambeg, but is probably more interesting as being of the period which most of the present generation and their parents have lived through.
www.lisburn.com /books/lisburn_miscellany/miscellany_2.html   (11578 words)

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Samuel died 1789, Yates Farm, Cookridge, buried 22 Aug 1789, Adel, of Cookridge.
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 Samuel Chew
The son embraced the Quaker doctrines, was for a time a practising physician, and afterward became a judge, and was chief justice of the district of Newcastle.
During the battle of Germantown, 4 October, 1777, the doors of the house were riddled by bullets, and cannon-balls passed through its walls and shattered the statuary in the surrounding grounds.
Most of the British were scattered, but Musgrave, with a small party of infantry, took refuge in Chew's house, and set up a fire from the windows.
www.famousamericans.net /samuelchew   (605 words)

 Bellingham Update - pafg62 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Samuel BELLINGHAM.Samuel married Elizabeth BROUGHTON on 1 Jan 1690 in Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England.
Elizabeth BROUGHTON.Elizabeth married Samuel BELLINGHAM on 1 Jan 1690 in Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England.
Aaron BELLINGHAM.Aaron married Elizabeth MUSGRAVE in 1836 in Waterford, Ireland.
members.tripod.com /bellinghamroot/bellingh/pafg62.htm   (587 words)

The firm of Musgrave and Co Ltd like many of the old established industrial undertakings of the age, grew from comparatively small beginnings as a family business to the peak of its status over the 120 years of its operations.
The Musgrave family may be said to have begun their connection with Belfast at the beginning of the Victorian era.
Henry Musgrave who died at the age of 95 in 1922 was the last of the 12 children of Samuel and Mary Musgrave.
www.hevac-heritage.org /victorian_engineers/musgrave's_of_belfast/musgrave's_of_belfast.htm   (2506 words)

Rice Cousins who emigrated to Nova Scotia
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Alburne Neily was the son of Samuel Theophilus Neily and Sarah Wheelock.
Owen Neily was the son of Samuel Theophilus Neily and Sarah Wheelock.
Samuel Theophilus Neily married Sarah Wheelock, daughter of Asaph Wheelock and Mary Church.
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 MOORE (Samuel)
Samuel’s marriage to Charity Courts is proven by the estate settlement of Samuel Adams of Charles Co, Maryland.
1797 Samuel Moore of Faquier County deeds 2 slaves to Mary Moore of Loudon County (wife of John Simpson) and 2 slaves to Ann Hendley Chinn of Loudon County.
Samuel Moores in the 1790 Fayette, Lincoln and Bourbon censuses of KY. Samuel Moores in the 1800 census of Mercer, Lincoln (2), Logan, Harrison and Nicholas Cos.
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 Forrest, George NC - AR
She died on 13 Jul 1955 4-William Samuel Forrest was born on 25 Jan 1870 4-John L. Forrest was born on 12 Jan 1872.
Samuel Lewellen Forrest (John Whitney (Jack) FORREST, Charlotte BROWN, Samuel BROWN, William) was born on 20 Jul 1850.
Samuel Leslie Forrest was born on 14 Aug 1965.
www.bobbittville.com /Forrest-George.htm   (3711 words)

Parliament to be held at Westminster on 15 Jan.; will not send Ketch since Lord Bath has seized Plymouth for the Prince of Orange; 43 signatures follow a wish for the continued happiness and success of the King.
Author's signature is torn off of original; the King has left London; arrangements for the arrival of the Prince of Orange; postscript from several Lords, temporal and spiritual, requesting orders.
The King's situation; news of those sent to the Tower and of Dartmouth's mother who is ill. L.341 Dartmouth, George Legge, 1st baron, 1648-1691 Letter to the Prince of Orange (later William III, King of Great Britain, 1650-1702) 1688 Dec 12, Spithead 3 p.
webtext.library.yale.edu /beinflat/osborn.fb1904re.htm   (3261 words)

 Pudsey Pudding 1846
Here the steaming monster sat in triumph, the smaller puddings being around it, the whole forming a solid and substancial evidence of the material idea meant to be conveyed by the recent Act of the Legislature, and the benefits it was believed the people would reap thereby.
Samuel Musgrave, on horseback, and four grey horses were yoked to the wherry containing the puddings, the driver of which, James Wilson, watchman at the Priestley Mill at the time, but who had previously been a sailor, exhibited no small degree of pride in the part he played in the memorable event of that day.
Hundreds of hungry onlookers sat on the walls surrounding the field and once at least these made an ugly rush to get to the tables, but they were kept at bay by the vigilance of Messrs.
www.calverley.info /pudding.htm   (567 words)

 Musgrave Family Genealogy Forum
Re: Elijah and Bathsheba Musgrave - Ina Mae Drake 7/25/01
Re: Elijah and Bathsheba Musgrave - Phyllis A. Vines 2/23/01
Re: Elijah and Bathsheba Musgrave - Phyllis A. Vines 1/30/01
genforum.genealogy.com /musgrave   (2917 words)

Since the publication dates are unknown, Samuel Stone's Short Catechism (which JF reprinted for Daniel Henchman) and Jonathan Burt's broadside A Lamentation Occasion'd by the Great Sickenss and Lamented Death of divers Eminent Persons in Springfield are listed at year-end.
Musgrave Post-Master in Cornhill." Evidently Philip Musgrave had by 14 March taken over the Boston postmastership from William Brooker.
Charles E. Clark, Public Prints, 291, n.28, speculated that Philip Musgrave either took over the Boston Gazette from William Brooker in March or in August, and that it was Musgrave who fired JF and hired Samuel Kneeland to print the paper.
www.english.udel.edu /lemay/franklin/1720.html   (4377 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
December 25 WADDINGTON Samuel S/of William, of Headingley.
November 2 MUSGRAVE Joseph S/of Samuel, of Allerton-Grange.
BURIALS IN THE CHAPELL OF HEADINGLEY A.D. January 14 WADE Mrs of Weetwood.(relict of the late Walter Wade, Esq., of New Grange) January 15 SUGDEN Esther D/of Josiah, of Headingley.
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 RootsWeb Message Boards [ Musgrave ]
Re: Musgraves of Somerset : Sue Turner -- 18 Jul 2006
Re: Musgraves of Somerset : Sue Turner -- 19 Jul 2006
Re: Charles Musgrave, born c1815 in Nova Scotia : Cheryl -- 17 Jun 2006
boards.ancestry.com /mbexec?htx=board&r=rw&p=surnames.musgrave   (312 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Samuel Davies Musgrave was born in Lancaster Co.
Elizabeth are buried north of Yankeetown, PA in the Davis School House
Samuel Davies Musgrave married Rebecca Scott on 17 May 1798 in Mononogalia
www.fortunecity.com /bally/minogues/136/sdm.html   (221 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Samuel was a visiting minister at the Dale Methodist Church in Spencer Co. and is on the 1820 census in Spencer Co.IN.
I have not been able to find their roots in New York state although there was a Samuel Hadley living in Ontario Co.NY in 1810 with a male child under 10.
Elizabeth was the daughter of Samuel Davies and Rebecca Scott Musgrave who were married on 17 May 1789 in Mononogalia (W)Va. Rebecca died in KY in 1818 and Samuel Davies Musgrave died in 1825, KY, probably Muhlenburg Co.
www.fortunecity.com /bally/minogues/136/hadley.html   (666 words)

He was born in Ireland and may have come to the USA with brothers.
I am seeking to confirm if her mother, Arminda, married for the second time to Wilson Qualls, the father in law of Rachel's daughter, Mary Letta.
Samuel Alonza parents were born in Missouri, only his mother Sarah A. and children are listed in the 1880 census, and the father was dead.
www.usgennet.org /usa/il/county/jackson/oldquery.html   (4897 words)

 music - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Interest in English folk music was revived by the work of Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Among other important contemporary composers are Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály in Hungary; Olivier Messiaen in France; Luigi Dallapiccola and Luciano Berio in Italy; Dmitri Shostakovich in Russia; and Arthur Bliss, Aaron Copland, Edmund Rubbra, William Walton, Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten, and Michael Tippett in England and the USA.
The second half of the 20th century has seen dramatic changes in the nature of composition, with many new techniques such as those developed from medieval and biological or natural processes by composers such as Harrison Birtwistle, and the immense complexity and ultra-expression of Brian Ferneyhough.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /music   (1319 words)

 1997 Lewis Co.,WV. Queries
Samuel Musgrave, born in Lancaster County, Pa in 1747, moved to Monongalia County, Va. Samuel and his wife, Elizabeth (Brand) Musgrave, lived in Monongalia County for 28 years.
Asa Musgrave, son of John and Ellen Musgrave, born in 1804, in Hardy County, VA, did not follow his parents west and remained in Mason County, VA. Asa Musgrave and his wife Mary (Yeager) settled on a farm in Robinson District of Mason County.
Samuel's son was Squire Bosworth McCann, married to Roxanne Gould, Squires son William J.
www.rootsweb.com /~wvlewis/lew-qr2.htm   (4207 words)

 Ancestors of the Musgraves and Musgrove Samuel Musgrave [5566]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ancestors of the Musgraves and Musgrove Samuel Musgrave [5566]
Samuel married Eleanor (Ellen) Murton [1964] [MRIN: 3473] about 1840.
Samuel next married Pheby Pugh - Musgrave [1705] [MRIN: 3488] about 1882.
musgravemanor.homestead.com /2004/5566.html   (272 words)

 Antrim County Directory, 1862
Ring, resident apothecary; Barrack-street Dispensary, Samuel Rea, surgeon, resident apothecary.
Knocknadona, John J. Kelso, M.D. Lisburn, Samuel Musgrave, L.R.C.S.ED.
Have served the office of High Sheriff of the County.
www.libraryireland.com /articles/AntrimCountyDirectoryThom1862/index.php   (1782 words)

 David Edwards (c1764-1839) and Lydia --- of Wayne Co, NC
The jurors as named were: James Everitt, L. Cogdill, Samuel Flowers, John Everitt, Britton Hood, John McKinny, William Carraway, Charles Carraway, Henry Caraway, John Cox, Edmund Cox and John Overman.
According to most sources I've consulted, none of these jurors would not have been closely related to Lydia Edwards, so it would seem likely none of these were her father or brother.
Some were summoned who weren't mentioned in the receipts (they probably didn't ask for payment for their attendance).
www.martygrant.com /gen/edwards/edwards-david-wayne.htm   (4407 words)

 Musgrave Family Genealogy Forum (25 Latest Messages)
Re: Musgraves in NW Ohio - Marie Musgrave 3/07/06
Re: Musgraves in NW Ohio - mark musgrave 3/07/06
Re: Levi Musgrave son of Burrell Musgrave and father of Jasper Newton Musgrave - Gil Musgrave 11/21/05
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 Beverley Picture Playhouse - History
The Picture Playhouse as most Bevlonians know; was formally a "Corn Exchange", in fact the Playhouse site and buildings have quite a long history of serving the needs of the people of Beverley.
It appears that the area of the site was the main medieval meat market from around the 14th century, a permanent building to house the Butchers Shambles was erected there in 1753, designed by Samuel Smith, this building bore the Arms of the Beverley Corporation.
The present building in red brick with terracotta decorations was designed by Samuel Musgrave and erected on the site in 1886 as a Corn Exchange, Butter Market and Baths, with porters accomodation.
www.beverleyplayhouse.co.uk /history.htm   (404 words)

The new church was designed by G E Street and consecrated in 1869.
A tower was added in 1883 by Samuel Musgrave in memory of Rev'd Charles Walsham.
The church was built on land given by Canon John Jarratt, the vicar of North Cave (hence the nearby Cave Street) and was the first post-Reformation church to be entirely free.
www.dixon115.freeserve.co.uk /sculcoat.htm   (4030 words)

 The Return of Sherlock Holmes - The Musgrave Ritual
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A sheriff (Nicolas Cage) investigating a young girl's disappearance stumbles into some creepy goings-on within an island community in this remake of the 1973 horror flick of the same name.
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