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Thursday October Christian II
... Thursday October Christian, Jr ... (October 1820 – 27 May 1911) was a Pitcairn Islands political leader ... He was the grandson of Fletcher Christian and son of Thursday October Christian (14 October 1790 - 21 April 1831), and mother, Teraura (c.1775 - 15 July 1850) ...
Thursday October Christian II - Children and Ancestors
... Name Birth Death Notes Julia Christian 23 July 15 ... June 1850 Agnes Christian 6 October 6 ... April 1911 Married Samuel Russell Warren, a whaler ... Albert Christian 31 March 19 ... January 1861 Elias Christian 7 January 7 ... October 1893 Married Mary Young ... Ancestor of Jay Warren and Mike Warren Alphonso Driver Christian 3 August 14 ... June 1921 Married Sarah McCoy ...
List Of Rulers Of The Pitcairn Islands - Local Heads of Government - Magistrates (1838-1893)
... Fletcher Christian II (1842) 5 ... Thursday October Christian II (1844) 7 ... Charles Christian II (1847) -- Thursday October Christian II (1851) --- Thursday October Christian II (1864) --- Thursday October Christian II (1867) --- Thursday October Christian II (1873-1874 ...

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    One memorable addition to the old mythology is due to this era,—the Christian fable. With what pains, and tears, and blood these centuries have woven this and added it to the mythology of mankind! The new Prometheus. With what miraculous consent, and patience, and persistency has this mythus been stamped on the memory of the race! It would seem as if it were in the progress of our mythology to dethrone Jehovah, and crown Christ in his stead.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Newspaperman: That was a magnificent work. There were these mass columns of Apaches in their war paint and feather bonnets. And here was Thursday leading his men in that heroic charge.
    Capt. York: Correct in every detail.
    Newspaperman: He’s become almost a legend already. He’s the hero of every schoolboy in America.
    Frank S. Nugent (1908–1965)