*  John Marshall - Wikipedia
Marshall wrote of his father, "... and to his care I am indebted for anything valuable which I may have acquired in my youth. ... Previously, each Justice would author a separate opinion (known as a seriatim opinion) as was done in the Virginia Supreme ... Under Marshall's leadership and pen, the Supreme Court established the foundational framework for relations between the United ... Story's father Joseph Story had served as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court with Marshall. The statue was ...
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*  Robert Bruce Napoleon Walker - Wikipedia
... was the first Gabonese Roman Catholic priest.It is also likely that Walker fathered a number children by native women. A letter ... and it was said that Walker held sexual relations with more than one native woman. Robert Bruce Walker's first wife, Margaret ... Raponda Walker, an author, botanist, and ethnographer, ... It is doubtful if he ever saw his father again. By this time ... Robert was the seventh and last child of Henry and Charlotte Walker. However following a separation from her husband in or ...
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*  Mathieu de Lesseps - Wikipedia
Petersburg, where his father was the French Consul General. The third of three children, Mathieu had a brother, Barthélemy de ... Paris: F. Juven, French biographer, historian, and translator, Thérèse Batbedat, the author of De Lesseps intime, a 236-page ... as liaison to the Egyptian Army and as superintendent of trade relations. He served as inspector general in Livorno and as ... A fourth child, Jules, who, like his father, became a diplomat, was born in Pisa, on 16 February 1809, married Hyacinthe ...
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*  William Wordsworth - Wikipedia
Helen Ross (d. 1854). No children Mary Ann Dolan (d. after 1858) had one daughter Dora (b. 1858). Mary Gamble. No children Dora ... Wordsworth's father was a legal representative of James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale and, through his connections, lived in a ... The Prospectus contains some of Wordsworth's most famous lines on the relation between the human mind and nature: My voice ... The volume gave neither Wordsworth's nor Coleridge's name as author. One of Wordsworth's most famous poems, "Tintern Abbey", ...
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*  Henry Fuseli - Wikipedia
His father was Johann Caspar Füssli, a painter of portraits and landscapes, and author of Lives of the Helvetic Painters. He ... Many interesting anecdotes of Fuseli, and his relations to contemporary artists, are given in his Life by John Knowles (1831). ... Fuseli was born in Zürich, Switzerland, the second of 18 children. ... father of Henry Fuseli) Füssli, Johann Kaspar (1743-1786), Swiss entomologist (brother of Henry Fuseli) References Encyclopædia ...
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*  Karl Ludwig Giesecke - Wikipedia
In his youth he was called Johann Georg Metzler; in his later career in Ireland he was Sir Charles Lewis Giesecke. His father ... The standard author abbreviation Giesecke is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. Lastly, ... Giesecke established friendly relations with the Eskimo inhabitants and learned to travel in the umiak, the vessel used by the ... Later in life, he was said to have claimed to be the author of the opera's libretto, which is usually attributed to Emanuel ...
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*  Guildford Slingsby - Wikipedia
His father was one of the many children of Sir Francis Slingsby and Mary Percy, sister of Henry Percy, 8th Earl of ... It has been suggested that Slingsby may have been part author of the Brief and Perfect Relation of the Answers and Replies of ... He grew up at Bifrons in Canterbury, where his father, who came originally from Scriven in North Yorkshire, had purchased an ... who like his father became Comptroller of the Navy, and was a close friend of Samuel Pepys; and Sir Arthur Slingsby, the first ...
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*  Thomas Jefferson - Wikipedia
Claims that Jefferson fathered Sally Hemings' children have been debated since 1802. That year James T. Callender, after being ... one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He served as the ... He wrote that the cession "works most sorely on the U.S. It completely reverses all the political relations of the U.S." In ... There is evidence that after his wife Martha died in 1782, Jefferson fathered children with Martha's half-sister Sally Hemings ...
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*  Fuad I of Egypt - Wikipedia
They had two children, a son, Ismail Fuad, who died in infancy, and a daughter, Fawkia. Unhappily married, the couple divorced ... She did not have good relations with her son. After Fuad's death, she left Egypt and went to the United States. She converted ... He spent his childhood with his exiled father in Naples. He got his education from the military academy in Turin, Italy. His ... CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter (link) Kees Versteegh; Mushira Eid (2005). ...
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*  Kitty Kirkpatrick - Wikipedia
Their father died shortly after the children's departure.[citation needed] The two children were baptised as Christians on 25 ... Anthony Gardner: Author and Journalist - Interviews (Tatler, 2002) Colonial Grandeur, The Hindu, 27 February 2005. "Noor un- ... Her brother's death, as well as that of her grandfather and other relations, left Kitty with a substantial inheritance ... and was raised a Shi'a Muslim in the mansion her father built, the British Residency, Hyderabad. As a result of her father's ...
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*  Caroline von Wolzogen - Wikipedia
The fuss eventually led to the revelation of its true author, who was treated to much celebration, albeit short-lived. After ... Caroline von Lengefeld was the oldest child of an aristocratic family in Rudolstadt; she was raised and educated with a younger ... Though her family belonged to the lower nobility, after her father died the financial situation was somewhat troubled. At 16, ... and she and von Wolzogen spent the next two years removed from their relations, primarily in Stein am Rhein, Switzerland. The ...
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*  Message Boards
The only child besides Jacob was Augusta, who is the widow of Merritt Hoyt and resides in Portland. After securing the benefits ... Her father was born near Richmond, Wayne county, Indiana, August 26, 1832, being the son of William and Jane (Bracken) Anderson ... The personal relations between him and his associate, Mr. Larrimer, were such that when the latter gentleman purchased the ... Author. Posted Within. Anytime. 1 Week. 1 Month. 6 Months. 1 Year. ...
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*  George Heriot (artist) - Wikipedia
It is not known why he changed his plans, but his father's business had failed that year, causing his younger brother John to ... Heriot was born at Haddington in 1759, the eldest child of John Heriot, the sheriff clerk of the town, and his wife Marjory. ... George Heriot (1759 - 22 July 1839) was a Scottish-Canadian civil servant, author and artist. He is most notable as a major ... and permanently soured Heriot's relations with Robert Shore Milnes, the Lieutenant Governor. He began his new career with ...
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*  Helmuth von Moltke the Elder - Wikipedia
It was a happy union, though there were no children. In 1840 Moltke had been appointed to the staff of the 4th Army Corps, ... In 1831 he wrote an essay entitled Holland and Belgium in their Mutual Relations, from their Separation under Philip II to ... his father settled in Holstein, but about the same time was left impoverished when the French burned his country house and ... as well as a popular author...his account of travels in Turkey, released after his return to Berlin in 1840 and illustrated ...
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*  Lord Byron - Wikipedia
... was very likely fathered by Byron, who was Augusta's half-brother. Byron had a child, The Hon. Augusta Ada Byron ("Ada", later ... He co-authored Grammar English and Armenian in 1817, an English textbook written by Aucher and corrected by Byron, and A ... more sexually overt relations experienced at Harrow School. Byron spent three years at Trinity College, engaging in sexual ... His only legitimate child, Ada Lovelace, is regarded as the first computer programmer based on her notes for Charles Babbage's ...
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*  James Cowles Prichard - Wikipedia
Upon his father's retirement in 1800 he returned to Ross. As a child Prichard was educated mainly at home by tutors and his ... In 1842, following up on moral insanity, he published On the Different Forms of Insanity in Relation to Jurisprudence, designed ... An essay by Adolphe Pictet, which made its author's reputation, was published independently of the earlier investigations of ... Rejecting his father's wish that he should join the ironworks, Prichard decided upon a medical career. Here he faced the ...
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*  Dido Elizabeth Belle - Wikipedia
Belle's father died in 1788 without legitimate heirs, bequeathing £1000 to be shared by his "reputed children", John and ... Author Paula Byrne was commissioned to write Belle: The True Story of Dido Belle (2014) as a tie-in to the 2013 film Belle. It ... A 2007 exhibit at Kenwood suggests that she was treated as "a loved but poor relation", and therefore did not always dine with ... Her father was in line to inherit his father's title and more money. After her great-uncle's death in March 1793, Belle married ...
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*  Peter Heywood - Wikipedia
... there is a suggestion in a will which he signed in 1810 that Heywood had also fathered a British child-the will makes provision ... Relations between Bligh and certain of his officers, notably Fletcher Christian, became strained, and worsened during the five ... ISBN 978-0-7864-7266-6. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) Maxton, Donald A. (2008). The Mutiny on the Bounty: A guide ... Bligh was happy to oblige his father-in-law, and invited the young Heywood to stay with him in Deptford while the ship was ...
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*  The Last Man - Wikipedia
Lionel's father was a friend of the king before he was cast away because of his gambling. Lionel's father left to take his life ... She is haughty and ambitious, scheming to restore the monarchy through her children. Evadne A Greek princess with whom Adrian ... Individual reviewers labelled the book "sickening", criticised its "stupid cruelties", and called the author's imagination " ... its questioning of our privileged position in relation to nature, then, The Last Man constitutes a profound and prophetic ...
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*  Persuasion (novel) - Wikipedia
Her father, Sir Walter, and her older sister, Elizabeth, maintained that he was no match for an Elliot of Kellynch Hall, the ... Sir Walter and Elizabeth are eager to be seen at Bath in the company of this great relation. In a letter to her niece Fanny ... Mrs Clay - A poor widow with children, daughter of Sir Walter's lawyer, and companion of Elizabeth Elliot. She aims to flatter ... of his sister in which her identity is revealed and she is no longer an anonymous author. The Canadian scholar Sheila Johnson ...
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*  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Wikipedia
His father had made a similar journey during his own youth, and his example was a major motivating factor for Goethe to make ... the same relation to the Mozart of that time that the cultivated talk of a grown-up person bears to the prattle of a child." ... The author W. Daniel Wilson claims that Goethe engaged in negotiating the forced sale of vagabonds, criminals, and political ... His father and private tutors gave Goethe lessons in all the common subjects of their time, especially languages (Latin, Greek ...
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*  John Sevier - Wikipedia
He was the oldest of seven children of Valentine "The Immigrant" Sevier and Joanna Goad. His father was descended from French ... Relations between the two governments were initially cordial, though a rivalry developed between Sevier and Tipton. As North ... These events were clarified by later authors such as Theodore Roosevelt (Winning of the West) and Samuel Cole Williams (History ... Sevier's father worked variously, as a tavernkeeper, fur trader, and land speculator, and young John initially pursued a ...
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*  Maria Edgeworth - Wikipedia
Twomey, Ryan "The Child is Father of the Man": Importance of Juvenilia in the Development of the Author. Netherlands: Hes & De ... After a visit to see her relations in Trim, Maria, now in her eighties, began to feel heart pains and died suddenly of a heart ... She was the second child of Richard Lovell Edgeworth (who eventually fathered 22 children by four wives) and Anna Maria ... The Parent's Assistant was influenced by her father's work and perspectives on children's education. Mr. Edgeworth, a well- ...
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*  Thomas Smith Grimké - Wikipedia
He had resolved the whole duty of man, in every situation and relation of life, into the simple and sublime principple of ... His brother and law partner Henry W. Grimké was the father of journalist and diplomat Archibald Grimké and Francis J. Grimké, a ... Thomas Grimké was the second of fourteen children borne to jurist John Faucheraud Grimké, and Mary ("Polly"), daughter of ... Thomas Smith Grimké (September 22, 1786 - October 12, 1834) was an American attorney, author, orator and social activist. ...
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*  Fath-Ali Shah Qajar - Wikipedia
They were able to make their escape from the city." While this is a large number of children, the claim that Fath-Ali holds the ... "Relations between Tehran and Moscow, 1797-2014". Retrieved 10 March 2015. Treaty of Gulistan John F. Baddeley, "The Russian ... The princes, Riza Kuli Mirza, Nejeff Kuli Mirza, and Timour Mirza, were at Shiraz when their father attempted to seize the ... Contributors: - Author. Publisher: Harvard University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, 1960, p.4 http://www. ...
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