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Buren is a municipality and a city in the Betuwe region in the Netherlands. It is also a (historical) county, with the Dutch Monarch still holding the title "Count of Buren".

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Singleton's Graveyard - Singleton - Van Buren Connection
... wife, Rebecca Travis Coles, married Abraham Van Buren on November 27, 1838 at her parent's home in Wedgefield ... Her father-in-law, Martin Van Buren, was then President of the United States and she served as First Lady during the rest of his time in the White House ...
Aalst, Buren
... Aalst is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Gelderland ... It is a part of the municipality of Buren, and lies about 10 km southwest of Wageningen ...
Saint Leonard – Van Buren Bridge
... The Saint Leonard – Van Buren Bridge is an international bridge, which connects the communities of St ... Leonard, New Brunswick in Canada and Van Buren, Maine in the United States, across the Saint John River ...
List Of United States Political Families (V) - The Van Alens and Van Burens
... Brother of Martin Van Buren ... Martin Van Buren (1782–1862), New York State Senator 1813-1820, Attorney General of New York 1816-1819, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1821, U.S ... John Van Buren (1810–1866), Attorney General of New York 1845-1847, candidate for Attorney General of New York 1865 ...
Mabel Van Buren
... Mabel Van Buren (July 17, 1878 - November 4, 1947) was an American stage and screen actress from Chicago, Illinois ... Van Buren became prominent in motion pictures at the time of the development of feature-length movies in 1914 ... Miss Van Buren's residence was 4351 Kingswell Avenue, Los Angeles, California ...

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    There is no end to the undeserved misery and mischief it could create.
    —Abigail Van Buren (b. 1918)