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  Thomas Granger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Granger, at the age of 16 or 17, was in 1642 caught in the act of bestiality with a mare, a cow, two goats, five sheep, two calves and a turkey, and was likewise indicted.
Granger confessed to his crimes in court privately to local magistrates, and upon indictment, publicly to ministers, and the jury.
Before Granger's execution, following the laws set down in the book of Leviticus, the animals with which he had had sex were slaughtered before his face and thrown into a large pit dug for their disposal.
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 Thomas Jefferson - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743–July 4, 1826) was the third (1801–1809) President of the United States and an American statesman, ambassador to France, political philosopher, revolutionary, agriculturalist, horticulturist, land owner, architect, archaeologist, and author.
His parents were Peter Jefferson (March 29, 1708–August 17, 1757) and Jane Randolph (February 20, 1720–March 31, 1776), both from families who had settled in Virginia for several generations.
Thomas Jefferson is buried on his Monticello estate.
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 Thomas Granger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas Granger, my ninth great uncle, was not only a "fl sheep", he apparently fooled around with them, too, in a perverse manner which resulted in his unfortunate demise at the age of about 16 or 17.
Thomas Granger was a young man, in the prime of life, who, because of his teenage prank, would never marry or have children.
Thomas Granger was born about 1625/1626, probably in England, the oldest child and son of Thomas Granger, Sr.
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 The Battles of Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, And Missionary Ridge
Thomas was then to effect a junction with Sherman, co-operate with him, advancing his left and moving forward as nearly simultaneously as possible, and support him.
Thomas ordered Granger in command of the Fourth Corps to form with Sheridan's and Wood's divisions--Sheridan on the right, Wood on the left--with his left extended nearly to Citico Creek, and advance directly in front of Fort Wood, and make this movement.
During the night of the 25th, Thomas was directed to send Granger with his corps, and additional troops to make his command up to 20,000, to march to Burnside's relief at Knoxville, and the other portion of Thomas's command with Sherman's troops to pursue the enemy on the 26th.
www.civilwarhome.com /chatlookoutmissionary.htm   (4642 words)

  
 Dustin Kidd
Olson’s source for "Thomas Granger" is William Bradford’s History of Plymouth Plantation, which gives an account of the trial of Thomas Granger; charged of, convicted of and executed for committing indecent sexual acts with a mare, a cow, two goats, five sheep, two calves, and a turkey (Merrill 132).
The court is persuaded of Granger’s guilt after an analysis of Levitical laws and various theologians.
The various animals with which Granger had committed his acts were executed first, and then Granger himself and all were buried in the same grave.
xroads.virginia.edu /~MA99/kidd/resume/olson.html   (1045 words)

  
 Gordon Granger save the Union Army at Chickamauga
Granger watched the battle of Chickamauga from a log cabin known as The Ross House.
As General Granger and most of the 5400 men in his command advanced towards the noise and smoke, Nathan Bedford Forrest's Rebel cavalrymen, guarding the Army of Tennessee's right flank, fired on them.
George Thomas was watching the obviously large group advancing on his rear, but was more concerned about General John Bell Hood's men directly in front of him as he struggled to form a southern line on Snodgrass Hill.
ngeorgia.com /history/granger.html   (1215 words)

  
 Thomas Granger Definition / Thomas Granger Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas Granger is the owner of Florentine Design and Publisher of Template Kit.
Thomas Granger is a CRM consultant, Template Designer and former legal scholar.
Thomas Granger is the owner of Florentine Design Group and Publisher of Template Kit.
www.elresearch.com /Thomas_Granger   (184 words)

  
 Vintage_Rod_History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
All Granger rods (except the Colorado Special and Denver Special, which were light colored cane) featured a unique tempering process with ammonia steam which gave the bamboo a distinct resiliency of action and a characteristic rich caramel color for which these rods are famous.
All Granger rods built by Wright and McGill Rod Co. were clearly marked and were referred to as Wright and McGill Granger Rods, not Wright and McGill Rods.
Thomas, Edwards and Payne manufactured the Kosmic Rod and the Walton Rod was being made in Maine by Fred Thomas.
home.comcast.net /~splitcane/vintage_rod_history.htm   (5116 words)

  
 M. Mirak-Wiessbach- Schiller Institute 2001 speech- St. Thomas More
Thomas More, undoubtedly the greatest stateman of Tudor England, embodied the ideal and worldview of the responsible Christian fulfilling civic duty, in the interests of the common good.
THomas was to reciprocate their love, by giving his own family — wife and children — the same quality of love, most emphatically, by uplifting their minds, and educating them.
Thomas More was not only a leading political figure in Henry VIII's administration, serving as a member of the inner circle in the king's Council, and elevated to knighthood, but he was also a preferred interlocutor of the king.
www.schillerinstitute.org /conf-iclc/2001/Oberw-/conf_aug01_mlm.html   (3670 words)

  
 The Story of Thomas More, John Farrow, Chapter 2
Thomas More was born on the sixth of February, 1478, the year following the publication of the first printed book in England.
Thomas was the second child, junior by three years to his sister Joan.
Thomas Linacre was busy with the foundation of the society which became the Royal College of Physicians.
www.cin.org /farmor02.html   (3588 words)

  
 PrimerMovie.com :: View topic - Thomas Granger
This would give rise to the possibility that Thomas Granger is the original inventor and Aaron and Abe were chosen to save his daughter from an unjust fate.
But there was still that Granger double who climed out of a box *somewhere* (we don't know where) and was in deep do-do because the events that led to his being there had been erased.
Granger is left in a coma as result of an apparent paradox of being told about the machine, using it to go back, and then Abe going back to stop this from happening.
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 Turner Classic Movies This Month Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Granger (whose real name was James Stewart) and Simmons met in 1946 while working on the picture Caesar and Cleopatra.
Granger soon became Jean's advisor, at one point counseling her not to take the role of Ophelia in Hamlet (1948), opposite Laurence Olivier, for fear of being typecast.
Simmons said of her scenes with Granger in Young Bess, "I feel more self-conscious about playing love scenes with him now, than I did before we were man and wife." But the chemistry flourished on screen.
www.turnerclassicmovies.com /ThisMonth/Article/0,,21403|21406|21411,00.html   (552 words)

  
 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Launcelot Granger
Granger, born January 15, 1653/54 in Newbury, Essex Co., Mass.; died April 05, 1725.
She married (2) Thomas Taylor 1686; born October 05, 1655 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.; died January 06, 1740/41 in Suffield, Hartford Co., Conn..
Thomas Granger, born Unknown in Newbury, Mass.; died March 14, 1729/30 in Suffield, Hartford Co., Conn..
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/h/u/d/susan-K-hudspeth/GENE1-0001.html   (247 words)

  
 The Albuquerque Tribune: Lobos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas, in Albuquerque for his summer children's basketball camp, said his University of New Mexico career is getting overlooked and disrespected.
Thomas said he is bothered by recent Internet postings claiming Granger to be the best Lobo ever and is also upset with a Tribune column by Richard Stevens.
Thomas is the No. 2 career scorer at UNM with 1,931 points and first in rebounds with 1,032.
www.abqtrib.com /albq/sp_lobos/article/0,2564,ALBQ_19873_3920947,00.html   (645 words)

  
 Grant - pafg13 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas GRANGER [Parents] was born about 1676 in Cold Ashby, England.
Thomas GRANGER [Parents] was born about 1729 in Great Oxendon, England.
Ann GRANGER was born in 1726 in Cold Ashby, England.
members.optusnet.com.au /gmgrant/grant/pafg13.htm   (523 words)

  
 Those Naughty Pilgrims   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
There’s the case of Thomas Granger, a 16- or 17-year-old servant, who was hanged in 1642 for buggery, by which the Pilgrims meant sex with animals.
Apparently, Granger had carnal knowledge of a mare, a cow, two goats, five sheep, two calves, and, believe it or not, a turkey.
All of Granger’s barnyard beloveds were killed before his eyes before he himself was executed.
www.sodomylaws.org /usa/usnews28.htm   (223 words)

  
 Thomas Granger Encyclopedia Article, History, Biography at Karr.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thomas Granger Encyclopedia Article, History, Biography at Karr.net
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 PrimerMovie.com :: View topic - In the memory of Thomas Granger
Granger 2 also duplicated his car keys and all the money in his wallet.
This panics Granger because suddenly not only is he on-screen, he is the focus of the scene.
Granger is just messed up in some bizarre way for some reason that we cannot know.
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 Practitioner of Emancipation
Thomas said of her husband, "Whichever way he turned the matter over in his mind, his oath of allegiance to his Government always came uppermost" (fn4).
Thomas was thus made the military governor of the Division of the Tennessee with headquarters in Nashville.
Thomas had achieved one of the most complete victories of the Civil War, indeed the only one in which an army was destroyed on an open field of battle (unless you want to count Mill Springs also), and colored troops had their important part in it.
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 Grant - pafg10 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
John GRANGER was born in 1819 in Oadby, England.
William GRANGER was born about 1824 in Oadby, England.
Mary GRANGER was born about 1824 in Oadby, England.
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 Granger Family Tree
BENJAMIN4 GRANGER (ABRAHAM3, LAUNCELOT2, LAUNCELOT1) was born 15 January 1708 in Suffield, Hartford County, CT, and died 30 March 1796 in Suffield, Hartford County, CT48.
ELIJAH5 GRANGER (SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, LAUNCELOT2, LAUNCELOT1) was born 25 August 1744 in Suffield, Hartford County, CT77, and died 14 December 1814 in Suffield, Hartford County, CT78.
DUDLEY6 GRANGER (ENOCH5, SAMUEL4, SAMUEL3, LAUNCELOT2, LAUNCELOT1) was born 16 August 1772 in Suffield, Harford County, CT98, and died 08 December 1835 in East Windsor, Hartford Co., CT99.
members.aol.com /sdgreen715/granger.htm   (2081 words)

  
 Crenshaw Family
Thomas is listed on the 1860 and 1870 Pontotoc Co, MS census, and is probably the Thomas Crenshaw enumerated in west Monroe Co, MS in 1850.
In 1877, Thomas and several of his children were charter members of New Hope Church (later named Neshoba Baptist), which was begun on Pleasant Crenshaw's land.
Thomas Person of Granville Co, NC to Abraham Crenshaw of county aforesaid 25 January 1772 for 50 lbs Virga currency, all that dividend or parcel of land lying and being adjoyning to the said Crenshaw's line and being part of a larger tract granted to the sd Thomas Person by Erl Granville's agents.
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 Granger Reinforces Thomas
Attacks by Nathan Bedford Forrest's cavalry could not distract Granger from his mission, although Granger did not know what his mission was.
If they were successful it would be a serious blow to Thomas's ability to hold his position and would come close to severing a major line of retreat, not that retreat was on Thomas's mind.
General Gordon Granger walked up to the beleagered Thomas who asked "Can you drive those men from the hill?," pointing to the men on the far side of the Horseshoe Ridge.
www.ourgeorgiahistory.com /wars/Civil_War/Chickamauga/chickamauga_12.html   (755 words)

  
 CTV.ca - Ont. kids were beaten with belts, cords: court- CTV News, Shows and Sports -- Canadian Television
After listening to submissions from lawyers for media outlets, the children and the child-welfare agency that removed them from their homes last summer, Superior Court Justice Thomas Granger wasted no time Friday in lifting a ban he said had no business being in place.
The case centres on seven children who were forcibly removed from their Aylmer, Ont., home last summer by child welfare workers amid fears they were being subjected to spankings with a paddle.
``I think Justice Granger's decision is very sound in law and while Justice Schnall obviously tried to do what she thought was in the best interests of the children, I don't think she had the evidence on which she could have acted.''
www.ctv.ca /servlet/ArticleNews/print/CTVNews/1025255212156_268?hub=Canada&subhub=PrintStory   (676 words)

  
 Grant - pafg12 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jonas GRANGER [Parents] was born about 1730 in Great Oxendon, England.
Esther GRANGER was born about 1764 in Great Oxendon, England.
Jonathon GRANGER on 22 Jun 1857 in Parish Church, Clipston, England.
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 John Farrow
Thomas More was to come and live with the monks, but he was not to take vows.
Thomas Wolsey, on leaving Oxford, had served as one of the chaplains to the Archbishop of Canterbury and was now holding a similar appointment to Sir Richard Nanfan, Deputy Governor of Calais.
Once Thomas More was certain that the way of the Carthusians was not for him, he not only applied himself to his profession but also turned his attention to public affairs.
www.ewtn.com /library/MARY/FARMORE.HTM   (21785 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Thomas Granger
Duxbury is a town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
This topic contains controversial issues which have been discussed and a consensus reached for approach and neutrality.
Leviticus is the third book of the Hebrew Bible, also the third book in the Torah (five books of Moses).
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 The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834
Thomas Granger, alias Coffil, theft : specified place, 14th July, 1731.
Thomas Granger, alias Coffil, of St. Mary Le Bone, was indicted for feloniously stealing 38 Guineas, the Property of Benjamin Huffam Esq; in the Dwelling House of Charles Leman Esq ; the 29th of May last.
Colonel Huffam deposed, That being informed by Capt. Leman, that his Bureau had been broken open, and his Servant gone, he desired him to enquire after him, and he was taken accordingly, and that he had lost 38 Guineas.
www.oldbaileyonline.org /html_units/1730s/t17310714-53.html   (257 words)

  
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 Pat Tachick's Sweet Addiction: Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Everard, Thomas Gawdy [Esquire] (marriage to Agnes Mannock) (i4988)
Fairfax, Thomas [Sir/Knight] (marriage to Agnes Gascoigne) (i5092)
Granger, Daniel (marriage to Abigail Dennison) (i5017), b.1706-d.1756
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