08.11.2012 [Log Cabin Democrat] - “However, we express our deepest appreciation and most respectful gratitude to Deputy Oscar L. Honea, Deputy WilliamEdward Hathaway, and Detective Jimmy Darrell Wooley as well as their families and loved ones for their ultimate sacrifice to our County.
23.10.2012 [Business Insider] - An imposing statue of the 19th century industrialist WilliamEdward Forster looks over the manicured gardens, which were Viv's home for four summers. "That used to be my bench," she says, pointing at a family eating sandwiches nearby. "You're very safe
02.04.2012 1906 - WilliamEdward Finnie 1907 - Andrew Miller Finnie Robert Finnie - married Ivy KITT in 1915. Robert James Finnie - married Elizabeth Graham BENNET in 1901. Thomas Finnie - married Ada Letitia WEST in 1896 ...
13.11.2012 [The Tennessean] - He was preceded in death by his father, WilliamEdward Shorter Jr.; mother, Bessie Lucille Hooper-Ward and stepfather Jimmy Ward; sister Helen Day; and nephews, Michael Day and Larry Bell. Bill leaves behind his wife of 42 years, Helen Shorter of
13.11.2012 [Oswego Daily News] - “We're revisiting Pop's world for another Christmas, where the milkshakes and music are always flowing, jokes are kind of on the corny side and the season is always a time for celebration,” FCT Artistic Director WilliamEdward White said. The show is
12.11.2012 [Tiffin Advertiser Tribune] - She was born on Oct. 17, 1918, in Upper Sandusky to WilliamEdward Sr. and Mary A. (O'Donnell) Bauer. She married John N. Sheeley on July 18, 1943, in St. Peter Church, Upper Sandusky, and he survives in Upper Sandusky. Mrs. Sheeley is survived by a
12.11.2012 [Lincoln Times-News] - Dot is survived by her son, Jack Keener and wife MaxAnne Barnette Keener of Lincolnton; one daughter, Jill Keener Kiser and husband WilliamEdward Kiser II, also of Lincolnton. She is also survived by five grandchildren who were the light of her life.
23.10.2012 [AFP] - An imposing statue of the 19th century industrialist WilliamEdward Forster looks over the manicured gardens, which were Viv's home for four summers. "That used to be my bench," she says, pointing at a family eating sandwiches nearby. "You're very safe