14.04.2012 [St. Augustine Record] - The leather suitcase he'd spotted turned out to have been owned by a third-class passenger named WilliamHenry Allen. Bensemer said someone from Ireland emailed him later, claiming to be one of Allen's descendants. Inside the suitcase were two
28.03.2012 [Broadway World] - The North Carolina Symphony takes concertgoers to River City, Iowa, next month when Resident Conductor WilliamHenry Curry leads the orchestra and noted area actors in a semi-staged production of Meredith Willson's treasured Broadway musical The Music
(1734–1785) was the son of John and Sarah Winston Syme Henry. He was the older brother of Patrick Henry, who is known for his famous "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" speech. WilliamHenry lived in Virginia and served in the House of Burgesses. He was elected to the Assembly as a member from Fluvanna County.
William Albert Henry (November 10, 1914 – August 10, 1982) was an American actor working in Hollywood movies. He started as a child actor, then was a hero in B-movies (mainly westerns), and ended his career as a character actor. He also appeared in various roles on episodes of many TV series. He was a member of the John Ford Stock Company and appeared twelve times for Ford. His older brother was the character actor Thomas Browne Henry.
11.04.2012 [Leagle.com] - Celestine Thomas, on behalf of herself and all other similarly situated Alabama residents, Plaintiff, represented by Charles Lance Gould, Beasley Allen Crow Methvin Portis & Miles PC & WilliamHenry Robertson, V, Beasley Allen Crown Methvin Portis
15.04.2012 [Tiffin Advertiser Tribune] - WilliamHenry Harrison lost about a third of his troops. However, American forces led by Harrison began building Fort Meigs (Perrysburg) in February 1813 on the banks of the Maumee River under the direction of Capt. Eleazer Wood, a West Point engineer
15.04.2012 [LSUSports.net] - Freshman Quincy Downing was also impressive in his second-place finish in the men's 400-meter dash as he cut .89 seconds from his lifetime personal best with a run of 46.88 to finish behind WilliamHenry of Arizona State (46.47).
14.04.2012 [Post-Bulletin] - Bill is preceded in death by his father, WilliamHenry Mallory, Sr. and his mother, Irma Mallory. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years; daughter, Kathryn Lee and fiance, Gailard Fischer; granddaughter, Alexandra Lee; son, Steven Mallory and
14.04.2012 [LubbockOnline.com] - By IRIE PRICE As Pastor Jeff McCreight sat in a funeral service for Bishop WilliamHenry Watson, he thought, “I want to be like that guy.” McCreight's father, a pastor, had formed a collegial relationship with Watson, who served as bishop of the Church
The strongest of all governments is that which is most free. -Letter to Simón Bolívar (27 September 1829). Quoted in James Hall, A Memoir of the Public Services of WilliamHenry Harrison, of Ohio (Philadelphia, PA: Key & Biddle, 1836)
15.04.2012 [The Bradenton Times] - They had three children, WilliamHenry, Curtis Henderson and Samuel Ward. Stanton's oldest son William disappeared at age 15. He enlisted as a cabin boy on a four mast, square rigged ship. His parents didn't know where he was until after the ship
27.03.2012 [Auburn Citizen] - A spokeswoman for Fort WilliamHenry in Lake George tells The Associated Press that an anthropologist at a college in Ontario is expected to return several boxes of bone fragments to fort officials as early as next month.
13.04.2012 [Ulster Star] - Manchester-born author Denise Kelly had always known that her great grandfather, WilliamHenry Kelly, who was born in Lisburn and baptised in Dunmurry, was a shipwright at Harland & Wolff and naturally she had dared to hope he might even have been
10.04.2012 [Waterloo Record] - Liston is returning the human bone fragments of French and British soldiers to Fort WilliamHenry in upstate New York. The soldiers died during the French and Indian War (1755-1757). WATERLOO — Old fragments of human bone lay in three boxes at the
12.04.2012 [Bennington Banner] - Webster had been campaigning widely on behalf of the Whig ticket of WilliamHenry Harrison and John Tyler, the successful "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too" campaign. Few realized that in actuality this gathering was a nominating convention of Vermont's first
03.04.2012 [Fayetteville Observer] - WilliamHenry Davis IV, 51, of the 3400 block of Wilmington Highway, was charged Monday with notary fraud and failure to verify signature. Davis is charged with notarizing a NC motor vehicle on Sept. 12, 2011, without verifying that the seller had
04.04.2012 [Ars Technica] - "The so-called Lambarde signature on the Archaionomia that we imaged was suspected by its first owner in the 1940s of having been by famed 18th century forger WilliamHenry Ireland," Heyworth told Ars. "We know that Ireland used a special formulation