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  1. 26/04/2022 · William became known as 'the Marshal', although by his time much of the function was actually delegated to more specialized representatives (as happened with other functions in the King's household). Because he was an Earl, and also known as the Marshal, the term "Earl Marshal" was commonly used and this later became an established hereditary title in the English Peerage."

  2. William Marshal, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (French: Guillaume le Maréchal) (1190 – 6 April 1231) was a medieval English nobleman and was one of Magna Carta sureties. He fought during the First Barons' War and was present at the Battle of Lincoln (1217) alongside his father William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke , who led the English troops in that battle.

  3. Gillingham, John (1988). "War and Chivalry in the History of William the Marshal" in Thirteenth Century England II ed. P.R. Coss and S.D. Lloyd. Woodbridge, 1–13. Meyer, Paul (1891–1901). L'Histoire de Guillaume le Maréchal, with partial translation of the original sources into Modern French. Edition, History of William Marshal, (3 vols

  4. 01/02/2018 · In 1838—nearly a century before the Lone Ranger was introduced to the public—Bass Reeves was born into slavery in the Arkansas household of William S. Reeves, who relocated to Paris, Texas, in ...

  5. Since the Marshal was not a stranger to the people of his District, the exercise of federal power at the local level was made slightly more palatable to the American people. Brief biographies of the first generation of U.S. Marshals, giving some detail of their lives, follow in their generally accepted order of appointment, though 13 were commissioned on September 26, 1789

  6. 08/09/2022 · Roanoke Fire-EMS has named the first woman to serve as the city’s fire marshal. The department announced Thursday that Rebecca “Becky” Smith has been appointed Fire Marshal/Battalion Chief ...

  7. 02/09/2022 · St. Paris is honored to have a special man be our grand marshal, Mr. William J. Walborn, the great-grandson of William H. Walborn, the co-founder of the Walborn and Riker Company, which began in St. Paris in 1881. They manufactured carriages, particularly pony-sized vehicles, which led to the nickname Pony Wagon Town.