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... The genealogy of the early Arnold family has been pieced together from a number of historical documents, but two such documents were of enough significance to be published as entire articles in an early ... The first of these was a family record created by William Arnold and brought to New England by him in 1635 ... The second of these was a fabricated pedigree of Arnold's lineage, showing descent from some early kings in Wales dating back to the 12th century ...
... City Transport 25 Nottingham - Carlton - Westdale Lane - Mapperley - Arnold. 56 Nottingham - Mansfield Road - Plains Estate - Arnold. 58 Nottingham - Mansfield Road - Arnold - Killsick ...
... Arnold Ziffel was a pig featured in Green Acres, an American situation comedy that was produced by Filmways, Inc ... Arnold was a pig, but he was treated as the son of Fred and Doris Ziffel ... As evidenced by Arnold's erect ears and all white coloration, he was of the American Yorkshire breed ...
... Another (or possibly the same) Thomas Arnold was of Watertown, in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and later of Providence and has erroneously been labeled as the ... The possible parentage of Thomas Arnold of Watertown and Providence was published in 1915 by E ... Fred Arnold, in 1921, was more definitive about Thomas Arnold's parentage, calling him the son of Richard Arnold, goldsmith of London and grandson of ...
... Several descendants of William Arnold became prominent in either the military or the civil affairs of the United States ... A great-great grandson, named Benedict Arnold, became one of the great generals of the American Revolutionary War but was better known for his betrayal of the American revolutionary cause ... in 1852 by President Millard Fillmore to open Japan to western trade and Stephen Arnold Douglas who debated Abraham Lincoln in 1858 while vying for the Illinois Senate ...
More definitions of "Arnold":
- (noun): English poet and literary critic (1822-1888).
Synonyms: Matthew Arnold
Famous quotes containing the word arnold:
“Butif you cannot give us ease
Last of the race of them who grieve
Here leave us to die out with these
Last of the people who believe!
Silent, while years engrave the brow;
Silentthe best are silent now.”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)
“No, no thou hast not felt the lapse of hours!
For what wears out the life of mortal men?
Tis that from change to change their being rolls;
Tis that repeated shocks, again, again,
Exhaust the energy of strongest souls
And numb the elastic powers.”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)
“Misery loves company.”
—Donald Freed, U.S. screenwriter, and Arnold M. Stone. Robert Altman. Richard Nixon (Philip Baker Hall)