Sr. (August 12, 1876 – August 1, 1961), was a Welsh-American "Renaissance man", journalist, university professor and attorney who served from 1936—1940 as mayor of the small city of Minden, the seat of Webster Parish in northwestern Louisiana. John Agan, Webster Parish historian, "Echoes of Our Past", Mayor David Thomas, Minden Press-Herald, May 22, 2008
(February 5, 1805 – May 10, 1893) was Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (the only white man ever to be a chief of the Cherokee) and was elected as North Carolina state senator, serving from 1848-1860. As a youth, he worked at the trading post at Qualla Town, where he learned the Cherokee language and befriended some of the people. He was adopted into the tribe by the chief Yonaguska, learned much of the Cherokee ways, and was named by the chief as his successor.
14.03.2012 [Patch.com] - WilliamThomas O'Sullivan, 49, of 35 Davis St., was arrested on a warrant. At 11:19 am, police responded to Rainbow Avenue at North Road for a report of a woman walking in the street. At 11:39 am, police assisted US Marshals with an arrest.
28.08.2011 WilliamThomas Cain/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — As Hurricane Irene slammed into North Carolina this morning, commuters and travelers across the country are feeling its impact. More than 8300 commercial airline flights have already been ...