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  William Brandon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir William Brandon (1426 – August 22, 1485) was a son of a senior Sir William Brandon of Wangford, Suffolk (d.
William was an important figure in the Battle of Bosworth; it was there that he was Henry VII's standard bearer, and was killed by Richard III, according to Polydore Vergil.
According to some genealogies, the Pagrave descendants would emigrate to the United States in the early 17th century, and ultimately would produce the Wellington, Fay and Bush family lines, of which Presidents George H. Bush and George W. Bush are members.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Brandon   (185 words)

 1903 Cloud County Kansas History p.469-471
Brandon is a native of New Castle, Pennsylvania, born in 1857.
Brandon was married in 1879 to Miss Eva Hay, a daughter of George W. Hay, one of the old settlers of Cloud county, and one of the first residents of Clyde.
Brandon is a quiet and unpretentious man, but wields an extended influence among his fellow townsmen and is one of the solid men of Cloud county; the kind that helps to forward every worthy enterprise not only by his counsel and advice, but by contributing from his stores of a worldly nature.
skyways.lib.ks.us /genweb/archives/cloud/1903/brandonwl.shtml   (826 words)

 William Brandon
William "Plain Bill" Woodward Brandon was born June 5, 1868, in Talladega, Alabama, but grew up in Tuscaloosa.
Brandon was elected city clerk of Tuscaloosa while he was still in law school.
Major Brandon was appointed Adjutant General in 1899 by Governor William J. Samford and reappointed by Governor William D. Jelks.
www.archives.state.al.us /govs_list/g_brando.html   (460 words)

 Halifax County Historic Sites
It was this William Brandon who most probably built the oldest part of the present dwelling house on Brandon Plantation as well as the existing kitchen/slave house.
The land which constituted Brandon Planation along with other adjacent Brandon land was purchased from the estate of William Byrd, land which he had procured after participating in the survey of the dividing line between Virginia and North Carolina.
Brandon Plantation was situated in the area where the regularized production of bright leaf tobacco was developed in the 1820s, an industry requiring slave labor.
www.oldhalifax.com /county/brandon.htm   (2041 words)

 Constitutional Officers: William Woodward Brandon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Of Tuscaloosa, was born June 5, 1868, at Talladega, and was the son of Rev. Frank T. and Carrie (Woodward) Brandon, and the grandson of Francis L. Brandon, and wife, who was a Miss Haynie.
Brandon is the oldest preacher in the North Alabama Conference, now in the active ministry.
Brandon was educated at the Cedar Bluff institute, and the Tuscaloosa high school.
www.archives.state.al.us /conoff/brandonw.html   (318 words)

 Family of William M   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
William M. Brandon was born 2 Jun 1807.
William M. Brandon abandoned his wife and family prior to 1850 and moved to Panola Co., MS.
At this point I should state that the William M. Brandon in Panola Co., MS is presumed to be the same one that was married to Elizabeth Stroud but I do not have any proof.
pages.prodigy.net /bdboyd/family_of_Brandon.htm   (288 words)

 Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk and Princess Mary Tudor: Biography, Portrait, Primary Sources
Brandon's father was Henry VII's standard-bearer at the Battle of Bosworth Field and died defending the future king.
Brandon had written to Wolsey for support and he received a prompt reply but it hardly comforted him; the king could not believe his most trusted friend had betrayed him but, if it were true, the newlyweds had to pay a stiff penalty - literally.
Brandon was not particularly grieved; six months after his death, he and Catherine had a son and named him Henry Brandon.
www.englishhistory.net /tudor/relative/brandon.html   (5377 words)

William Lindsay Brandon's family records were destroyed, so his exact birthdate is uncertain, but historians know that he was born in 1801 in Adams County, Mississippi.
When the war began, Brandon was almost 60 years old.
Nevertheless, his age was ignored when he was appointed a lieutenant colonel in the 21st Mississippi in 1861.
www.multied.com /Bio/CWcGENS/CSABrandon.html   (221 words)

 Brophy Distinguished Students   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The summer before entering Brophy, Brandon was enrolled in the Bridge to Brophy class for students whom the admissions team saw as needing supplemental help in preparing for their freshman year.
A good part of the reason for that was Brandon’s homelife which was chaotic at best as he suffered at the hands of an alcoholic and abusive father.
In this program, to which Brandon and the other student trainers give no less than five hours a week, he learned to prepare athletes for competition and to manage sports’ injuries.
www.brophyprep.org /act/dist-spring03/bcurtis.html   (321 words)

 Archives: Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
William S. Brandon of Buck Haynes Road, in the Barefoot Community, has been reported missing.
Brandon's sister reported to Macon County Sheriff's Deputy Ira Meador on Friday, July 16, that Brandon had last been seen leaving work Friday, but has not been seen since.
On March 5, 2004 William Anderson of Old Highway 52, reported to Lafayette Police Lt. Bryan Satterfield that he had recently purchased a home with a garage and had been storing items in the garage.
www.maconcountytimes.com /articles/2004/07/20/news/newsf.txt   (242 words)

 Biographies : MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM HAROLD BRANDON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
William Harold Brandon is deputy director for civil disturbance planning and operations, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C. General Brandon was born in Nashville, Tenn., in 1917.
From September 1942 through the end of World War II, General Brandon served in successive assignments in the European Theater of Operations as a B-24 flight leader, group operations officer, and deputy commander of the 44th Bombardment Group; and as assistant chief of staff, Operations, 96th Bombardment Group.
General Brandon assumed command of the Twenty-First Air Force (Military Airlift Command), at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., in July 1967 and became deputy director for civil disturbance planning and operations in August 1969.
www.af.mil /bios/bio.asp?bioID=4773   (498 words)

 Missoulian: Friday, November 14, 2003; Irene 'Pat' Hoskins, Brandon William Allen, Gertrude D. Nagin, Georgia ...
CASPER, Wyo. - Brandon William Allen died early Sunday morning, Nov. 9, 2003, in a tragic accident on Casper Mountain, south of Casper, Wyo.
Brandon was born in Hamilton on Nov. 19, 1982.
Brandon was a son, brother and friend and he is going to be greatly missed by his family and friends.
www.missoulian.com /articles/2003/11/15/obits/obits6.txt   (1781 words)

 Preceding Rogue Link
William Branham was a minister I once greatly admired.
When they answered yes then he would begin to tell them what was wrong with them and lay hands on them and send them on their way.
This is unfortunately his legacy, and that being one or heresy, aberrant teachings, and deceiving signs.
www.discernment.org /precedin.htm   (1684 words)

 Brandon, Wisconsin: An Historical Chronology
The same source documents the origination of the village's current name: "The station and village were named "Brandon" by William Lockin, in honor of many Vermont settlers." The first school in Brandon was established with a single teacher.
During the second year of the war, the society of the Congregational Church of Brandon relocated to Brandon from a schoolhouse in the center of the town.
West's wife, Adella, was born in Rosendale in 1849 and is buried in Brandon, although she died in St. Andrew, Florida in 1904.
www.wlhn.org /fond_du_lac/communities/brandon/brandonchron.htm   (1244 words)

Brandon, "In the Age of Bioterrorism, An Affair to Remember: The Silver Anniversary of the Swine Flu Epidemic," Politics and the Life Sciences 20 (1), forthcoming.
Brandon, R.V. Chaudry and Alice Sardell, "Launching SCHIP: The States and Children's Health Insurance," New Controversies in State Health Policy, edited by Robert Hackey and David A. Rochefort (Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas, 2001), pp.
Brandon, “The PCV, the Mullah and the Secret Police—Remembrances of Iran,” memoire in CAPCA Currents [Newsletter of the Charlotte Area Peace Corps Association] Winter 2003, pp.
www.politicalscience.uncc.edu /wilbrand/CV-BillBrandon.html   (6182 words)

 Brandon Genealogy
REMARKS: Thomas was the great grandson of Colonel William Brandon who moved from Holland to Ireland in 1600.
William moved from Adams County to Mercer County in 1798.
CHILDREN: William W., Sara J. (wife of Peter Heckert), Jacob C., John C., Washington D., Susan C. (wife of John A. Brandon), Quincy A., Martha E. (wife of S.D. Wright), James E., Junius H. SOURCE OF INFORMATION: Butler County Pennsylvania History.
www.angelfire.com /az/churchfieldfamily/Brandon.html   (381 words)

 First Films By Randall Harris, Justin McCarthy and William Jennings; Brandon Teena Gets Fictional Treatment
There he must deal with small town reactions to the presence of an ex-con in their midst and the complication of an affair with the family's young daughter.
New writer-director Kimberly Pierce is currently in pre-production on "Take it Like a Man," a fictional treatment of the tragically true Brandon Teena story, about a woman who arrives in Nebraska disguised as a suave ladies man, only to be raped and murdered after her secret is uncovered.
In another debut, first-time writer-director William Jennings is currently shooting his urban fairy tale "Harlem Aria" on location in New York.
www.indiewire.com /biz/pro_980925_HarrisTeena.html   (484 words)

 thePeerage.com - Person Page 333
     Sir William Brandon lived in Wangford, Suffolk, England.
Child of Sir William Brandon and Elizabeth Wingfield
He was the son of John Seymour and Isabel William.
www.thepeerage.com /p333.htm   (471 words)

 IMDb Name Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A search for "Brandon Williams" found the following results:
Brandon Williams (V) (Actor, Alice in Storageland (2004))
James Brandon (I) (Miscellaneous Crew, My Cousin Vinny (1992))
www.imdb.com /Name?Brandon+Williams   (76 words)

 Peace Corps Online | 1964: William P. Brandon served in Iran in Shiraz beginning in 1964
1964: William P. Brandon served in Iran in Shiraz beginning in 1964
Peace Corps Online: Directory: Iran: Directory of Iran RPCVs: 1964: William P. Brandon served in Iran in Shiraz beginning in 1964
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 I9772: Josiah BRANDON (26 JUN 1761 - 3 MAR 1842)
I9772: Josiah BRANDON (26 JUN 1761 - 3 MAR 1842)
I9773: William BRANDON (7 SEP 1788 - 18 MAR 1848)
Family 1: Daniel H. William K. Rachel MOON
ww1.comteck.com /~tdtw98a/ged/moon/d0001/g0000020.htm   (199 words)

 Saginaw Valley State - Game Highs and Lows
10 Brandon Ball at Ferris State (2/12/05) 9 Brandon Ball at Michigan Tech (01/27/05) STEALS.......................
4 David Williams vs Wayne State (12/2/04) 4 Ron McGrew at Andrews Univ. (11/22/04) TURNOVERS....................
7 Brandon Ball at Ferris State (2/12/05) 6 Ron McGrew vs Ashland (1/13/05) FOULS........................
www.svsu.edu /athletics/mens/mb/2004-05/stats/teamhigh.htm   (1349 words)

 Family of Larry Dale Miller William B. BRANDON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Family of Larry Dale Miller William B. William B. Family Links
Nancy C. William B. Marriage: Mary Ann CHAPMAN 29 May 1846
William married Mary Ann CHAPMAN, daughter of William CHAPMAN and Mary SMITH, on 29 May 1846.
home.att.net /~bampanonna/664.htm   (60 words)

 William Hillman
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum ~ Brandon, MB
E-portfolios taking off as way to show skills
Hillman Scrapbook: Brandon College in the Early '60s
home.westman.wave.ca /~hillmans/BU/hillmanw.html   (247 words)

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