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  THOMAS UBANCK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Thomas died in Talbot County, Maryland on 9 Feb 1732, he was 82.Thomas married Martha Harrison, daughter of Marmaduke Harrison.
Thomas Asa died in Trenton, Craven County, North Carolina on 4 Aug 1783, he was 78.In 1749 when Thomas Asa was 44, he married Rachel Jones, in Talbot County, Maryland.
Thomas Kent died in Monroe County, Kentucky on 10 Jun 1864, he was 79.
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 Stone Wall Jackson
Jackson) mentions that Colonel Francis Taylor, the commander of the First artillery, under whom Jackson was serving, was the first man to speak to him on the subject of personal religion.
Jackson had not at any time of his life yielded to the vices, and was in all habits strictly moral, but had given no particular attention to the duties enjoined by the church.
Jackson's valuable service was given to Virginia in the occupation of Harper's Ferry and several subsequent small affairs, but his fame became general from the battle of First Manassas.
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 Welcome to Oakley Family History
Thomas Oakley was born 1777 in Granville County, North Carolina according to the 1850 Federal Census of Caswell County, North Carolina.
Thomas Oakley was married 2 Aug. 1803 in Person County, North Carolina to Parthenia Van Hook, daughter of ________.
Thomas Oakley was listed with five sons and three daughters in the 1820 Federal Census of Caswell County, North Carolina.
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 Descendants of William Oakley of Henrico County ,Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
+ 6 iii. Albert Jackson Oakley, born 1850 in Henrico Co, Va.
Oakley, born Abt 1900; died October 07, 1948.
Oakley, born December 27, 1893 in Henrico CO, VA; died October 20, 1934 in Henrico CO, VA.
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 David Arnett - pafg05.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jackson ARNETT (Reuben, Stephen, David) was born in 1836 in,, Kentucky.
Jackson married Luraney HOWARD daughter of Samuel HOWARD and Delana JONES on 17 Feb 1859.
Sarah ARNETT was born on 20 May 1858 in Oakley, Laurel County, Kentucky.
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 Charles Oakley Homepage
Oakley (four points, four rebounds) bulled Brown and appeared to have gotten off a punch as players and coaches from both teams rushed to pull the players apart near mid-court.
Oakley said he's not surprised by it, but he blamed management for the makeup of the team, not the coaching.
Rumors abound of Oakley's impending departure from the Bulls.
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 Long Island Genealogies OAKLEY FAMILY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Patience Cornell, perhaps the Thomas Oakley named in the divisions of land at Jamaica 1660 was the son of John1 and father of Thomas b.
Nathaniel Oakley of Fosters Meadow, in 1630 m.
James Oakley was executor of the will of Elisabeth (Frost), widow of Thomas Merritt.
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 Descendants of Thomas Pettus
Thomas Pettus, Gent., 1519-97, was sheriff of Norwich in 1566andmayorin1590, and alde r m a n in 1591 and 1592.
Thomas W. Palmer, president of Alab a m a College,his sonnow living in New York, who is attorney for theStandardOilCompany, hav i ng i n charge the legal end of their businessfor SouthAmerica, his workbeing entirely in S p a nis h American law.
Thomas W. Palmer, president of Alaba m a Coll ege,his sonnow living in New York, who is attorney for the StandardOilCompany, havi ng i n charge the legal end of their business for SouthAmerica, his workbeing entirely in Sp a nis h American law.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Oakley
Oakley, Harvey — of Logan, Logan County, W.Va. Democrat.
Circuit judge in West Virginia for the 7th Judicial Circuit, 1969; elected unopposed 1968.
Oakley, Thomas Jackson (1783-1857) — also known as Thomas J. Oakley — of Poughkeepsie,
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 Southern New York
He was long associated with his father in the management of the large vested interests of the family, and after his father's death in 1876 he became the trustee of the estate.
Judge Oakley was graduated from Yale College, and in addition to holding the position of chief justice of the superior court of New York from 1850 until the date of his death in 1858, had bee a member of congress in 1814-15, and again in 1828-29.
Henry Cruger was the grandson of John Cruger, who came to New York prior to 1700, and was a notable merchant of New York and mayor of the city from 1739 to 1744, marrying Maria, daughter of Major Hendrick Cuyler, of Albany, who served in the French and Indian War.
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 Descendants of Thomas Eubank
Thomas and his brother Richard Ubanck were transported from England in the year 1675.
Thomas and Richard bought land together in 1685 and the land was called Poplar Hill.
It is the opinion of Jeannie A. Eubanks, who wrote a history of John Eubanks, Brother of Thomas, (who was given the land grant in 1757), that the family Eubanks came from England to Talbot County, MD to Jones County, NC, and to Pendleton District SC.
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 Stone Wall Jackson
There was a teacher, later to become a General for the Southern Confederacy named Thomas J.Jackson.
General Jackson lived a few days and died lamented more than any soldier who had fallen.
Jackson believed "It's a man's entire duty to pray and fight." This might have been the best philosophy during this tumultuous period for a General to adhere to.
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Thomas joined her the next year and "gave his undivided attenton to 'those branches in which gentlemen were supposed to be the most successful teachers' ".
Re: THOMAS OAKLEY, 1840, ENG TO JACKSON, MS Stanthia Fondren Oakley 6/14/99 (
Re: THOMAS OAKLEY, 1840, ENG TO JACKSON, MS Susan Wright 7/10/01
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 Descendants of Nathan JACKSON
Also to be noted in his will is that he states he has been married to Margaret for forty-nine years.
This is at odds with a couple of marriage dates that have been proposed.
Thomas RUSSELL Jr 7- Thomas Lee RUSSELL m.
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 OAKLEY INC - OO Unscheduled Material Events (8-K) SIGNATURE
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 Decades of Darkness #29: Wars and Rumours of Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
One of Jackson's first acts is to recognise the independence of Greece; one of the few times in recorded history where the British and Americans found themselves in accord.
Thomas Lincoln and his family, including Abraham Lincoln, migrate to New England, settling in New York State.
Thomas Jackson Oakley (New York), Federalist, inaugurated as Vice-President.
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Descendants of Isham Jackson - Descendants of Isham Jackson....
Jacksons of Ky - Jacksons of Knox and Greenup Co Ky....
JACKSON - Jackson's of Grayson,Carter,KY and Dean's of Ft. Gay,Wayne,....
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 Bruce Oakley, Inc. - News
Your decision to come to Oakley shows that you are committed to quality service.
I appreciate the effort that everyone puts into keeping their trucks and trailers clean and in good condition/ you are representatives of Oakley Trucking and I am proud of it.
Fuel discounts are available to you as an owner-operator of Oakley Trucking, Inc. You can receive these discounts by using your EFS card to purchase fuel.
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 Jackson Co. Obituaries
She is also survived by two sons, Thomas W. Shawcross of Boca Raton, FL and James P. Shawcross of St. Louis, MO; three grandchildren; and three sisters, Helen Killion of Ava, Virginia Vancil of Collinsville, and Dorothy Bunch of Caseyville.
She was born on March 12, 1910, in Kinkaid Township in Jackson County, to John and Nellie (Ledbetter) Morber.
Born March 21, 1881, in Jackson County, she was the daughter of James Peyton and Nancy Elizabeth Modglin McBride.
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 Queries for Jackson Brigade, Inc.
John Jackson was born in Coleraine, Londenery Country Irland and was the grandson of Lord Richard Jackson.
Edward and Sophia Jackson knew they were great grand children of Lord Richard Jackson, but did not know if their great grand fathers were brothers or first cousins, and did not know their exact relationship, to each other.
Henrietta was born in Jackson County, Tn., the daughter of JACOB JOSHUA and ROSANNA PLUMLEE SHORT, 30 Nov 1839 and died in Benton, Franklin County, II., 25 Mar 1929.
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 Thomas Jackson Oakley
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OAKLEY, Thomas Jackson, jurist, born in Dutchess county, New York, in 1783; died in New York city, 12 May, 1857.
He was graduated at Yale in 1801, studied law, was admitted to the bar, and practised in Poughkeepsie, New York In 1810-'12 he was surrogate of Dutchess county.
www.famousamericans.net /thomasjacksonoakley   (369 words)

In Reply to: Re: THOMAS OAKLEY, 1840, ENG TO JACKSON, MS by Stanthia Fondren Oakley
Could Thomas have had a brother Charles born 1835 in England?
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 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages Jackson/Oakley/Dillard/Thomas Dekalb & Smith Co., Tennessee
Included in photograph are Charley Jackson, Carrie Jackson (daughter of Will Thomas Jackson), Sam Jackson, Burton Jackson, daughter, Amy (second wife).
Picture was made around 1910, and she was 21 years old at the time.
Married first to Melissa Carolina unknown Oakley, later to Tennessee Webster Oakley on 9-1-80.
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 Seamans Genealogy (Thomas & Susannah) ©
Thomas B. Henry W. Daniel A. 05/18/1858 - __/__/____ married Ella Randall, no children.
Her name may be spelled Waty instead of Waity.
Lovina was born in Herkimer Co., NY and died in Jackson MI.
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 The Community Project - Oakley Snowboard DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This film takes the viewer on an exciting journey through some of the world's most desirable winter locations around the world.
The film features top talent such as Travis Rice, JJ Thomas, Zach Leach, Tyler Lepore, Terje Haakonsen, Bryan Iguchi, Andy Finch, Kyle Clancy and Shaun White, while introducing upcoming riders such as Colin Langlois, Sammy Luebke, Pat Moore and other friends.
Each stop is filled with action packed adventure in settings such as New Zealand, Japan, Aspen/Snowmass, Interior BC, Jackson Hole, Norway, Alaska, Whistler/Blackcomb and much more.
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Join the Jackson Community College’s Gay-Straight Alliance for our second annual Gay Day in the Park.
And if a day in the park wasn’t enough, the GSA is sponsoring a movie night that very evening at the Thunderbird Coffee House in downtown Jackson.
Jackson Area: Universalist Unitarian Church of East Liberty, St John’s United Church of Chirst, Temple Beth Israel, Trinity United Methodist
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 Descendants of Thomas Ensor
Sources: Frances Ensor Benedict, Bettie Lynn Ensor Thomas, and Leslie and Haidee Benedict
22 Oct 1869, Ensor Valley, Jackson Co., TN
abt 1823, Ensor Valley, Jackson Co., TN
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Bondsman: George Jackson Source: Bath County Records Marriage: Groom: Samuel JACKSON Bride: Sarah THOMAS Date: 25 Feb 1814.
Bondsman: Larkin Thomas Source: Bath County Records Marriage: Groom: Thomas JACKSON Bride: Nancy OAKLEY Date: 30 Oct 1817 Source: Bath County Marriage Book #1, As compiled by Alice P. Reynolds Marriage: Groom: Wm.
JACKSON Bride: Elizabeth HAMON Date: 29 March 1821 Source: Bath County Marriage Book #1, As compiled by Alice P. Reynolds Marriage: Groom: Russell JACKSON Bride: Margaret BECROFT Date: 12 Aug 1822.
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 The Thomas-Bridges Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
PERRY C. was the ninth child of Starkie and Mary Bridges Thomas
2-3 Lula Nora Jackson, born Oct 16, 1895, died Feb 15, 1957, married Ivan Hugh Meador, born Jul 30, 1888, died Feb, 1976, one child.
Donald Hugh Oakley, born Oct 20, 1946, married Robin Michelle Shutt, born Nov 13, 1954, three children, Bryan Christopher Oakley, born Jul 19, 1980; Brietta Rose Oakley, born May 16, 1982; Collin Powers Oakley, born Feb 16, 1984,
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 Fair Disclosure Wire : Event Brief of Q1 2003 Oakley, Inc. Earnings Conference Call - Final @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Mississippi Heritage Trust - Jackson, MS
Mississippi Heritage Trust - Jackson, MS The goal of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places list in Mississippi is to raise awareness about the most threatened historic places in Mississippi and the dangers they are facing which could lead to their destruction.
The Mississippi Heritage Trust unveiled the 2005 list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in Mississippi on April 21, 2005.
The Mississippi Heritage Trust is governed by board of trustees which employs an Executive Director and Administrative Assistant to carry out the mission of the organization.
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