13/06/2022 · Francis Bowes Sayre Jr. 1937, dean of the Washington National Cathedral; Michael Scanlan 1953, Roman Catholic priest; Lucius Edwin Smith 1843, United States lawyer, editor, clergyman, and educator; John Todd (author) 1845, American minister and author; David Jewett Waller, Sr. 1834, minister, entrepreneur and civic leader
08/06/2022 · The Village of Bowes The village of Bowes is a very ancient place, built on the site of the Roman station, Lavatrae, on the old Roman military highway, the Cadesroad. The road runs through the Stainmore pass which led to Cataractoniumon the other side of the Pennine mountains. A number of smaller forts and signal stations dot the road.
Hace 1 día · Thomas Woodrow Wilson(December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was an American politician and academic who served as the 28th president of the United Statesfrom 1913 to 1921. A member of the Democratic Party, Wilson served as the president of Princeton Universityand as the governor of New Jerseybefore winning the 1912 presidential election.
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31/05/2022 · Mary Francis Hawthorne Sayre is geboren op 7 mei 1873 in Lewis County, Kentucky, Verenigde Staten, dochter van Thomas Jefferson Hawthorne en Margaret Dixon Dickson. Zij is overleden op 17 december 1925. Deze informatie is onderdeel van My branches van Char Olson op Genealogie Online.
10/06/2022 · JFK established an informal network of advisers on the religious issue—including speechwriter Ted Sorensen, Dean Francis Bowes Sayre Jr. of the National Cathedral and several journalists. It was clear from the outset that Kennedy had to enter the state primaries to prove to skeptical party leaders that he was a viable national candidate.
03/06/2022 · A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media