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  Encyclopedia: Thomas Preston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston is often quoted as saying that if a woman ever won the WSOP, he'd slit his throat, but the true story is quite different.
In August 2003 Preston was indicted on three charges of indecency with a 12-year-old child.
Preston is married, has three children, and currently resides in Amarillo, Texas.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Thomas-Preston   (489 words)

 Thomas Preston of Holker Estates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Preston, son of George Preston and his wife Elizabeth Ashton, succeeded to the estates of Holker Park and married Katherine Hoghton, daughter of Sir Gilbert Hoghton, Baron of Hoghton Tower.
Thomas Preston, Esq., who succeeded to the Holker Estate was born in 1646 and married first Mary Dodding, daughter of George Dodding, Esq., of Cornishead Priory; and second, Elizabeth Bradshaigh, daughter of Sir Roger Bradshaigh, Baronet of Haigh.
Thomas tried to persuade William Preston of Cockerham, the male heir next of kin, to break the settlement of the Manor and Abbey of Furness upon the Jesuits, by Sir Thomas Preston the third Baronet.
www.fortunecity.com /millenium/quarrybank/194/holker2.htm   (555 words)

 Obituary of J. Preston Thomas
Thomas was in Centre County attending to business connected with the estate of a friend, George Boak, when he became ill and telegraphed home for a carriage to meet him at the station.
Thomas received his early education in a private classical school taught by a graduate of Dickinson College, and he completed his literary studies at Haverford College, where he was graduated and afterwards became a trustee.
Thomas was elected a director of the National Bank of Chester County, The eldest financial institution in the county, and this section of the state, to succeed his late father, Dr. George Thomas.
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 A Local Who's Who of 1888
Preston at that time was a dense bush, and it was with extreme difficulty that bullock teams were able to make the journey to or from Melbourne, being frequently mired for days in what were called the glue pots, i.e., swamp holes with bottoms of tenacious clay.
Farrell, Thomas, Preston (deceased), was one of the early pioneers of the district in which he dwelt.
Sawyer, Augustus, Preston, was born in London in 1821, and followed gardening until he came to the colony in 1853 by the Baltimore, of Amsterdam.
www.users.bigpond.com /northernbullants/TextsBullants/1888Citizens.html   (6228 words)

 Thomas Preston 1643-1697   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Martha Preston, the fourth child of Thomas Preston and Rebecca Nurse, b.10-21-1676 married David Judd on 12-7-1705.
Thomas Preston b.xxxx d.1742 married Anna Leach in June 1708 in Salem Village, Essex, MA.
Mehitable Preston bap.7-23-1738 and married Nathaniel Esty on 9-26-1771.
members.fortunecity.com /fpreston/nethomas.htm   (410 words)

 DR. TOM PRESTON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston T., Slater C., McMillan D. C., Falconer J. S., Shenkin A. and Fearon K. Fibrinogen synthesis is elevated in fasting cancer patients with an acute phase response.
Preston T., Zainal K., Anderson S., Bury S. and Slater C. Isotope dilution analysis of combined nitrogen in natural waters: III Nitrate and Nitrite.
Preston T., Fearon K. H., McMillan D. C., Winstanley F. P., Slater C., Shenkin A. and Carter D. Effect of Ibuprofen on the acute phase response and protein metabolism in patients with cancer and weight loss.
www.gla.ac.uk /centres/surrc/personnel/Acad/tpreston.html   (689 words)

 Thomas Preston   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
He was the son of William and Margaret Preston of Browside, according to the 1912 "Bulmer's Guide" William was employed as a roadman.
Thomas joined the local Territorial Battalion of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment at Ulverston, soon after the outbreak of war.
Thomas was taken back to the base hospital at Boulogne where he died of his wounds on 6th or 8th of June -"Soldiers Died" gives his date of death as 6th June and the CWGC records it as the 8th.
homepage.ntlworld.com /howard.martin/Preston.html   (629 words)

 Thomas Davison and Hannah Tracy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Davison, the son of Daniel Davison and Margaret Low, was born in 1668.
Thomas Davison, son of Daniel Davison (1630-1693) of Ipswich Mass.
Thomas Davison, 28 Nov, 1695, and note." The Note is: "Sir Paul Tracy, Bart., eventually came into possession ofthe manor of Stanway.
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 Walter Rye's Comments about the Preston Pedigree   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
For many (certainly 120) years the family have believed that their ancestor, Jacob Preston, No. 3 (sometimes wrongly called Sir Jacob Preston) was a faithful servant of Charles I., was with him on the scaffold, and received from him the present of an emerald ring, still in their possession.
Isaac Preston of Yarmouth, merchant, no doubt one of the family, was in 1654 a Commissioner for ejecting scandalous ministers, while as to the story of his being the subject of persecution, he was dealing with land by Fines in 1645 to 1656, and married the d.
Isaac Preston, who was admitted to the freedom here by purchase in 1642, bailiff of Yarmouth in 1653, was one of the Commissioners for ejecting scandalous ministers in conjunction with C.G. Cock, who was father-in-law of another (?) Isaac Preston.
stanfield.und.ac.za /presped.html   (1579 words)

And two of them were shoe hands Thomas Porter (29) and Thomas Preston (25), a pair of chip-on-the-shoulder village hard lads, into poaching and disorderly drinking — they had been convicted of both in the past.
The trial of Thomas Porter and Thomas Preston for the murder of Pc Wilkinson opened at Leicester Castle on June 29, 1903.
Preston's large, but far from wealthy family hoped a death sentence might be avoided for him.
website.lineone.net /~mark_medhurst1/didyouknowmurder.htm   (1112 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
His parents were Preston Thomas, born February 15, 1814, and Maria Hadlond Thomas, born in the year 1839.
Preston Thomas lived in Navoo, Illinois for a time and was a close friend of Brigham Young.
Preston served five missions for the Mormon church, moved his family to Franklin, Utah, and helped to settle the Bear Lake Valley in 1863.
www.lib.utah.edu /spc/photo/p652/p0652.txt   (197 words)

 Geoff Thompson (Author) * ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Foti, Gerald Hanson (Contributor) - Arkansas and the Land...
Thomas Dring, Albert Greene - Recollections of the Jersey...
Thomas Eakins and His Circle in the Collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts - Eakins and the Photograph...
www.bookdatabase.at /bookvvvgfahc.html   (663 words)

 BRIA(16:1) John Adams, Boston Massacre Trials, Thomas Beckett, Right to die, physicial-assisted suicide
This was the climax to a bitter quarrel between Henry and Thomas, pitting the authority of the king against that of the church.
Officially, Thomas was elected archbishop by an assembly of bishops and archbishops.
The charges against Thomas included contempt of the king's court in a land dispute case and embezzlement of royal funds while he was chancellor.
www.crf-usa.org /~crf/bria/bria16_1.html   (6292 words)

 Genealogy.com: Rebecca Nurse Ancestry: PRESTON Family
Preston was born in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts 1647.
Thomas died 1697 in Salem Village, Essex, Massachusetts, at 50 years of age.
Rebecca was born in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1647.
www.genealogy.com /famousfolks/rebeccan/d0/i0000014.htm   (57 words)

 Thomas Preston b. c1535   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Richard Preston b.9-17-1661 d.1721 succeeded to Cockerham Estates, married first Dorothy Dennis, daughter and co-heir of Robert Dennis Esq., and second Mary Hastings, daughter and co-heir of Henry Hastings.
John Preston b.abt 1690 d.xxxx removed from the ancestral shire of his fathers by marriage and by purchase.
Thomas Preston had one son, John Preston of Leasgill, who died June 28, 1816 without leaving any male issue.
www.fortunecity.com /millennium/quarrybank/194/cocker1.htm   (538 words)

 Thomas Preston of Bedford, Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Prestons of Bedford County Virginia, are more than likely related to the Walnut Grove Prestons or the Smithfield Prestons, or both.
Thomas Preston, who was born about 1740 and married Mary Ballard.
The information on Peter Preston who married Abi Hole was found on a page by Robert B. Hole Jr called "A Family History" Index for the Hole Family.
members.fortunecity.com /fpreston/bdthomas.htm   (453 words)

 GENUKI: The Little Houghton Town book, pages 1 to 60.
Rece[ive]d of John Preston the Sume of five shillings and a farthing being for the use of the Town being in full discharge of the Town for the Year 1713.
Rece[ive]d of Thomas Kenyon the Sume of One shilling Thre farthings from the Town.
Rece[ive]d of Thomas Kenyon the Sume of Eight shillings Eight pence farthing for the use of the Town.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/YKS/WRY/Darfield/LHoughtonTownBook   (4208 words)

 preston thomas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston Thomas Born: 15 February 1814 in Richmond Co, NC.
The Trial of Captain Preston: Key Evidence Although the trial of Captain Thomas Preston (who Preston commanded the British troops involved in the Boston Masacre) was transcribed in shorthand by John...
Connected with Roger are Thomas Preston and Rebecca Nurse, Salem Village and Danvers, MA, also, Samuel Preston and Susannah...
www.orgel-duempten.de /23434-prestonthomas.htm   (245 words)

 Account of the trial of Captain Preston
Although the trial of Captain Thomas Preston (who Preston commanded the British troops involved in the Boston Masacre) was transcribed in shorthand by John Hodgson, the transcript has not survived.
I took Preston by the Coat, told him for Gods sake take care of your Men for if they fire your life must be answerable.
Preston was within 2 yards of me and before the Men and nearest to the right and facing the Street.
www.law.umkc.edu /faculty/projects/ftrials/bostonmassacre/prestontrialexcerpts.html   (5542 words)

 PANEL ONE: INTRODUCTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Hutchinson, the acting governor, rushes from his North End home, past blood-stained snow, into the chambers of the Old State House.
Lieutenant-Governor Thomas Hutchinson was chief justice of the Superior Court, but declined to preside at the trials.
He agreed to serve as attorney for Preston on the condition that John Adams be co-counsel.
www.sjchs-history.org /massacre.html   (2133 words)

 Family of Thomas Parke
     Thomas Park, was born in England and died in Preston, CT, July 30, 1709.
Probably the latter, since her second husband was pastor of the First Church of Preston.] Married (1) Capt. John Parke and (2) Rev. Salmon Treat.
Preston CT Researching this line is Maria Richardson at richardzon@aol.com
members.cox.net /trm/ParkeThomas.htm   (1428 words)

 Preston Family - pafg12 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston Family - pafg12 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
She was christened in (18 When Married To Thomas).
She was buried on 27 Feb 1702 in Swarthmoor Mtg House Sunbreck,,, England.
www.mattpreston.com /history/pafg12.htm   (131 words)

 Preston Family - pafg13 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston Family - pafg13 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
was born about 1541 in, Preston, Lancashire, England.
He married Mabel (Isabel) FALWELL (FOWELL) about 1568 in Of, Preston, Lancashire, England.
www.mattpreston.com /history/pafg13.htm   (84 words)

 Swarbrick Family History - pafn06 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Thomas Swarbrick of this parish, bachelor, and Sarah Almond of this
Thomas SWARBRICK son of Richard and Jane SWARBRICK and grandson of the
Thomas Swarbrick, Joiner and Builder, Chapel Yard [sic].
www.swarbrick55.freeserve.co.uk /pafn06.htm   (2071 words)

 Biography for Preston Sturges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Preston Sturges' own life is as unlikely as some of the plots of his best work.
Preston Sturges was working on his memoirs when he died.
Son Thomas Preston Sturges born June 22, 1956.
www.imdb.com /name/nm0002545/bio   (1596 words)

 Thomas Preston & Associates - Powering Executive Performance
Thomas Preston and Associates - Powering Executive Performance
Tom Preston is a Managing Director with 20 years of commercial experience in international trade, commodities, private equity, investment banking, publishing, outdoor advertising, TV and radio, real estate, brand management and manufacturing
A member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and bound by their code of ethics (available at www.emccouncil.org/Downloads/EMCC_Code_of_Ethics.pdf) and the holder of a University post-graduate qualification in Executive Coaching
www.thomaspreston.co.uk /bio_tp.htm   (97 words)

 Thomas Preston (1647 - 1697)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Preston was one of the first to seek warrants for the arrest of the first accused as witches in Salem.
He bitterly repented this later, when the affliction came nearer home.
Thomas Preston testified to the authenticity of the Mary Putnam will.
www.smokykin.com /ged/f000/f91/a0009177.htm   (74 words)

In one prison or another he wrote, under the assumed name of Widdrington, several works treating of the oath of allegiance proposed by King James I, of which (together with many other Benedictines and secular priests) he was an upholder and apologist against the Jesuits.
Weldon says that Preston "evermore disowned" the books written under the name of Widdrington, but there is no doubt that he was the author of them.
Towards the end of his life, however, he seems to have altered his views, or at any rate to have made full submission on the question of the oath to the authorities of Rome.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12402a.htm   (301 words)

 Thomas Consulting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Consulting is a firm of Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers with offices in Preston, Lancaster and Telford.
Established in Telford New Town in 1979, Thomas Consulting celebrated 25 years of providing profession services to the construction industry in 2004.
Preston: Suite 18 Preston Technology Mgmt Centre, Marsh Lane, Preston.
www.thomasconsulting.co.uk   (128 words)

 Descendants of Roger Preston
According to Perley's History of Salem, Volume II, Jacob Preston was "lost at sea, in a ketch, on a fishing trip to the Eastward in the summer of 1679, being cast away and never heard from."
Children of THOMAS PRESTON and ANNA LEACH are:
Descendants of Roger Preston of Ipswich and Salem Village by Charles Henry Preston.
www.paulasgenealogy.com /preston.htm   (938 words)

 Thomas Preston, Elizabeth Preston (Contributor) * The Double Eagle...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thomas Preston, Elizabeth Preston (Contributor) * The Double Eagle...
Preston E. Dennett - One in Forty the...
Preston B, Nichols, et al - Encounter in the Pleiades...
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