William Howard

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William Howard Allen
... William Howard Allen (July 8, 1790 – November 9, 1822) was a United States naval officer ... Persondata Name Allen, William Howard Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 8, 1790 Place of birth Date of death November 9, 1822 Place of death ...
William Howard Taft National Historic Site - Today
... William Howard Taft National Historic Site has two main buildings ... The first is the original home owned by William Howard Taft's parents, Alphonso and Louise Taft ... It has been restored to look as it did during the time William lived there ...
William Howard, 4th Earl Of Wicklow
... William Howard, 4th Earl of Wicklow KP (13 February 1791 – 22 March 1869) was an Irish peer, styled Lord Clonmore from 1815 to 1818 ... He became Earl of Wicklow in 1818 on the death of William Howard, 3rd Earl of Wicklow and was appointed a Knight of the Order of St Patrick on 9 ...
Morpeth (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1640-1832
... Year First member First party Second member Second party November 1640 Sir William Carnaby Royalist John Fenwick Royalist August 1642 Carnaby disabled from sitting - seat vacant January 1643 Fenwick. 1660 Sir George Downing 1661 Henry Widdrington 1666 Edward Howard 1679 Daniel Collingwood 1685 Sir Henry Pickering Theophilus Oglethorpe 1689 Charles Howard ... William Byron 1776 Gilbert Elliot 1777 John William Egerton Tory 1780 Anthony Morris Storer 1784 Major Sir James Erskine Whig 1790 Francis Gregg 1795 Viscount Morpeth 1796 ...
William Petre, 11th Baron Petre - Marriage and Children
... Her maternal grandparents were Sir William Jerningham, 6th Baronet and Frances Dillon ... William Bernard Petre, 12th Baron Petre (20 December 1817 – 4 July 1884) ... Henry William Petre (23 January 1820 – 3 December 1889) ...

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    The judiciary has fallen to a very low state in this country. I think your part of the country has suffered especially. The federal judges of the South are a disgrace to any country, and I’ll be damned if I put any man on the bench of whose character and ability there is the least doubt.
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