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John Noble Holcomb - Medal of Honor Citation
... Sergeant Holcomb's official Medal of Honor citation reads For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond ... Holcomb distinguished himself while serving as a squad leader in Company D during a combat assault mission ... Holcomb's company assault had landed by helicopter and deployed into a hasty defensive position to organize for a reconnaissance-in-force mission when it was ...
Holcomb, Washington
... Holcomb is a small unincorporated community on Highway 6 in Pacific County, Washington, United States, about 6 miles southeast of Raymond ...
Amasa Holcomb - Other Aspects of His Life
... In 1816 Holcomb was chosen a "father" in his town he lived in ... In 1852 Holcomb was elected to the State senate ... Holcomb was also a trustee of Wesleyan University ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Holcombs
... Holcomb (1858–1920), Governor of Nebraska 1895–1899, Justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court 1900–1904, Chief Justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court 1904–1906 ... First cousin of Clarence Holcomb and O.R ... Holcomb ...
Charles Holcomb
... Judge Charles Holcomb, born 1933, attended Lee College in Baytown and Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas for his undergraduate education. 1981, he was in private practice with Cox, Holcomb Sinclair, contemporaneously serving Cherokee County as County Attorney from 1974 until 1981, when elected District ... Judge Holcomb was elected to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in 2000 ...

Famous quotes containing the word holcomb:

    George the Third
    Ought never to have occurred.
    —Edmund Clerihew Holcomb (1875–1956)

    Days of plenty and years of peace;
    March of a strong land’s swift increase;
    Equal justice, right and law,
    Stately honor and reverend awe;
    —Henry Holcomb Bennett (1863–1924)

    Hats off!
    The flag is passing by!
    —Henry Holcomb Bennett (1863–1924)