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Gerard Manley Hopkins was born in Stratford, Essex, ( now in Greater London ) as the first of nine children to Manley and Catherine ( Smith ) Hopkins.
Smith also had a daughter, Catherine H. Smith of Los Angeles, by his March 1942 marriage to the former Benedicte " Bennie " Traberg ( September 25, 1921 — October 29, 2008 ), then a 20-year-old journalist originally from Denmark, whom Smith called the most impressive person he had ever known " far above presidents and generals ".
" With World War II heating up, recalled Catherine Smith, and " both of them heading out of the German capital, they decided to marry just four days after their first date.
Catherine Smith noted that her mother was the one most responsible for the development of Smith's patrician demeanor.
He died on 8 May 1904 in Kingston upon Thames while staying at the home of his cousin Catherine Smith.
American singer P. J. Proby, drummer Steve Smith ( later of Journey ) and guitarist Eef Albers joined Philip Catherine and the rest of Focus to record Focus con Proby ( 1978 ).
Robert Smith was a very suucessful business man and was married to Catherine Stem, Jacob Stem's daughter.
His mother Catherine Mulvihill's parents, Maria Marsh and Thomas Mulvihill, were from County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland, and his father, Alfred E. Smith, was the son of Italian-German immigrants.
On May 6, 1900, Al Smith married Catherine Ann Dunn, with whom he had five children.
* Smith, Catherine Parsons ( 2001 ).
* Catherine Smith
The series, established in 1992, has hosted novelists, essayists, and poets including Lee Smith, Jim Wayne Miller, Willie Morris, Scott Sanders, Billy Collins, and Catherine Landis.
Charles Edward Kingsford Smith was born on 9 February 1897 in Hamilton ( a suburb of Brisbane ), Queensland, Australia, and was the youngest of seven children of William Charles Smith ( 1852 – 1930 ), a bank manager, and Catherine Mary Kingsford ( 1857 – 1938 ), daughter of Richard Ash Kingsford, a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland.
Psychology professor Théodore Flournoy investigated the claim by 19th-century medium Hélène Smith ( Catherine Müller ) that she did automatic writing to convey messages from Mars in Martian language.
Well-known currently active performers include the likes of Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ian McKellen, Clive Owen, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Ewan McGregor, Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Daniel Radcliffe, Daniel Craig, Emma Watson, Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes, Orlando Bloom, Tilda Swinton, Daniel Day-Lewis, Christian Bale, Jason Statham, Idris Elba, Paul Bettany, Mischa Barton, Emma Thompson, Kate Beckinsale, Michael Sheen, Helena Bonham Carter, Hugh Laurie, Ben Kingsley, Christopher Lee, Alan Rickman, Jason Isaacs, John Hurt, Emily Blunt, Sienna Miller, Bill Nighy, Carey Mulligan, Ray Winstone, Peter O ' Toole, Jeremy Irons, Gary Oldman, Helen Mirren, Liam Neeson, Tim Roth, Robert Pattinson, Julie Andrews, Sean Bean, Gemma Arterton, Gerard Butler, Tom Hardy, Maggie Smith, Russell Brand, Andrew Garfield, Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Patrick Stewart, Judi Dench, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Caine and Sacha Baron Cohen.
Contemporary poets associated with Irish modernism include those associated with New Writers Press and The Beau magazine ; these include Trevor Joyce, Michael Smith, Geoffrey Squires, Randolph Healy, Billy Mills, Catherine Walsh, and Maurice Scully.
Among the significant Irish poets to have emerged in recent years are: Pat Boran, Mairéad Byrne, Ciarán Carson, Patrick Chapman, Harry Clifton, Tony Curtis, Padraig J. Daly, Colin Dardis, Gerald Dawe, Greg Delanty, Séan Dunne, Paul Durcan, Eamon Grennan, Vona Groarke, Kerry Hardie, Randolph Healy, Seamus Heaney, John Hughes, Pat Ingoldsby, Trevor Joyce, Brendan Kennelly, Derek Mahon, Thomas McCarthy, Hugh McFadden, Paula Meehan, Billy Mills, Sinéad Morrissey, Paul Muldoon, Gerry Murphy, Bernard O ' Donoghue, Conor O ' Callaghan, Caitriona O ' Reilly, Justin Quinn, Maurice Riordan, Maurice Scully, Michael Smith, Geoffrey Squires, William Wall, Catherine Walsh.
* Smith, Catherine Parsons.
and Catherine Smith Hill.
Catherine Stanhope, daughter of Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington.
* 2011 ( March 16-18 ): Brandon Sanderson, Austin Grossman, Holly Black, Catherine Asaro, Sarah Smith, Ellen Kushner, Delia Sherman

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* Catherine Asaro's Saga of the Skolian Empire prominently features cyborgs called " Jagernauts ", who are empaths or even telepaths, who serve as elite fighter pilots.
Catherine was educated by a tutor, Alessandro Geraldini, who was a clerk in Holy Orders.
To settle the matter, it was agreed that Catherine would marry Henry VII's second son, Henry, Duke of York, who was five years younger than she was.
Catherine had received the habit of a Dominican tertiary from the friars of the Order, however, only after vigorous protests from the Tertiaries themselves, who up to that point had been only widows.
His heirs sent his vast library to Catherine II, who had it deposited at the National Library of Russia.
The two greatest saints of among them are St. Catherine of Siena and St. Rose of Lima, who lived ascetic lives in their family homes, yet both had widespead influence in their societies.
Christian was a doctor and medical officer who married Laura Catherine Bjølstad, a woman half his age, in 1861.
While Henry was dallying in France, Catherine, who was serving as regent in his absence, and his advisers were left to deal with this threat.
The royal election of 1764 resulted in the elevation of Stanisław August Poniatowski, a refined and worldly aristocrat connected to a major magnate faction, but hand-picked and imposed by Empress Catherine II of Russia, who expected Poniatowski to be her obedient follower.
Peter I was succeeded by his second wife ( Catherine I, 1725 – 1728 ) who was merely a figure-head for a powerful group of high officials, then by his minor grandson ( Peter II, 1728 – 1730 ), then by his niece, Anna, daughter of Tsar Ivan V. In 1741 Elizabeth, daughter of Peter, seized the throne, assisted by the Preobrazhensky Regiment.
Catherine II, the Great, was a German princess who married the German heir to the Russian crown.
She later testified that she experienced her first vision around 1424 at the age of 12 years, when she was out alone in a field and saw visions of figures she identified as Saint Michael, Saint Catherine, and Saint Margaret, who told her to drive out the English and bring the Dauphin to Reims for his coronation.
At the initiative of Catherine Baw in 1441, and 10 years later of Elizabeth, Mary, and Isabella of the house of Hornes, orders were founded which were open exclusively to women of noble birth, who received the French title of chevalière or the Latin title of equitissa.
The Abyssinian maid is derived from many figures in Coleridge's life, including women who Coleridge admired in some way: Charlotte Brent, Catherine Clarkson, Mary Morgan, and Dorothy Wordsworth.
The Academy's benefactress, Catherine I, who had continued the progressive policies of her late husband, died on the day of Euler's arrival.
Rereadings into abstract art by art historians such as Linda Nochlin, Griselda Pollock and Catherine de Zegher critically show, however, that pioneering women artists who produced major innovations in modern art had been ignored by official accounts of its history.
Her third and longest-lasting marriage ( 1936 – 1950 ) was to the British Anthropologist Gregory Bateson with whom she had a daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson, who would also become an anthropologist.
By the beginning of 1384, Mary was engaged to Louis of France, who had been destined to marry her older sister Catherine and whose uncle was the Duke of Anjou.
In early 1533, Henry married Anne Boleyn, who was pregnant with his child, and in May Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury, formally declared the marriage with Catherine void, and the marriage to Anne valid.
In 1543, Henry married his sixth and last wife, Catherine Parr, who was able to bring the family closer together.
In the summer of 1786, the Empress Catherine, in the context of tense negotiations on a renewed treaty of commerce, had emphasised her control over this vital commodity by asking the merchants who supplied it to restrict sales to English buyers: “ the Empress has contrary to Custom speculated on this Commodity ”, complained the author of a subsequent memorandum to the Home Secretary.
He had been a descendant of the Israelite tribe of Issachar ; he had been educated by his grandfathers, who had both been physicians to the court of Good King René of Provence ; he had attended Montpellier University in 1525 to gain his first degree: after returning there in 1529 he had successfully taken his medical doctorate ; he had gone on to lecture in the Medical Faculty there until his views became too unpopular ; he had supported the heliocentric view of the universe ; he had travelled to the north-east of France, where he had composed prophecies at the abbey of Orval ; in the course of his travels he had performed a variety of prodigies, including identifying a future Pope ; he had successfully cured the Plague at Aix-en-Provence and elsewhere ; he had engaged in scrying using either a magic mirror or a bowl of water ; he had been joined by his secretary Chavigny at Easter 1554 ; having published the first installment of his Propheties, he had been summoned by Queen Catherine de ' Medici to Paris in 1556 to discuss with her his prophecy at quatrain I. 35 that her husband King Henri II would be killed in a duel ; he had examined the royal children at Blois ; he had bequeathed to his son a ' lost book ' of his own prophetic paintings ; he had been buried standing up ; and he had been found, when dug up at the French Revolution, to be wearing a medallion bearing the exact date of his disinterment.
They adopted two daughters, Catherine ( who is a private investigator ) and Jackie.
Catherine II ( the Great ), who ruled in 1762 – 96, presided over the Age of Russian Enlightenment.

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