28.02.2012 [Myjoyonline.com] - WilliamThomas of blessed memory of the Society of Missionaries to Africa (SMA). He arrived in the Gold Coast in 1933 from Nigeria where he had been the General Manager of Catholic schools and giving hope to the young ones. St. John's School was named
was born on 5 September 1798 in Wraysbury now in Berkshire, England, in the house on Longbridge Farm where he later lived, and where he died on 1 November 1870. He became an innovative surveyor and auctioneer, History of the Auction by Brian Learmount, Iver: Barnard & Learmont, 1985 [ISBN 0951024000] as well as establishing the Baptist Chapel in Wraysbury. History of the Parish of Wraysbury, Ankerwycke Priory, and Magna Charta Island; with the History of Horton, and the town of Colnbrook, Bucks., G.W.J. Gyll, 1862, London: H. G. Bohn. Online Version at Google Books OCLC: 5001532 He was married at St James's, Westminster on 25 September 1820 to Mary Wood. They had four sons and six daughters. The Baptist Magazine, J. Burditt and W. Button: Baptist Missionary Society, 1871 p.32-35. Online version at Google Books
06.03.2012 [Antiques and the Arts Online] - Salts "are going crazy," said Bill Thomas of WilliamThomas Antiques of Baltimore, Md. He was right — his buyers loved the ones of all colors and shapes that he had for sale. He also showed buttons and pins that also drew sales.