[permalink] [id link]
Clayton was incorporated December 13, 1823 as Claytonville but the name was later shortened to Clayton.
Some Related Sentences
Clayton and was
When the Achaeans entertained Wednesday last at their annual Carnival masquerade ball, Miss Margaret Pierson was chosen to rule over the festivities, presented at the Muncipal Auditorium and chosen as her ladies in waiting were Misses Clayton Nairne, Eleanor Eustis, Lynn Chapman, Irwin Leatherman of Robinsonville, Miss. and Helene Rowley.
Mrs. Clayton Nairne, whose daughter, was among the court maids, chose a deep greenish blue lace gown.
In 1914, the Clayton Act attempted to take labor out from under the anti-trust legislation by stating that human labor was not to be considered a commodity.
The bequest of a collection of books, engraved gems, coins, prints and drawings by Clayton Mordaunt Cracherode in 1800 did much to raise the Museum's reputation ; but Montagu House became increasingly crowded and decrepit and it was apparent that it would be unable to cope with further expansion.
The first recipient of the Cy Young Award was Don Newcombe of the Dodgers, and the most recent winners are Clayton Kershaw, from the National League, and Justin Verlander, from the American League.
With prime time competition, Corrie was again seen as being old fashioned, with the introduction of the ' normal ' Clayton family in 1985 being a failure with viewers.
The highest-ranking official whose term unquestionably continued during the interim was Polk's Secretary of State, James Buchanan ( later elected President himself in 1856 ), whose term did not formally expire until his successor, John M. Clayton, took office on March 7.
Soon after Clayton Yeutter was appointed chief White House domestic policy advisor, Kemp's Economic Empowerment Task Force was abolished.
The Plan was largely the creation of State Department officials, especially William L. Clayton and George F. Kennan.
In June 1893, after the club was evicted from North Road by its owners, Manchester Deans and Canons, who felt it was inappropriate for the club to charge an entry fee to the ground, secretary A. H. Albut procured the use of the Bank Street ground in Clayton.
Grace Golden Clayton was mourning the loss of her father when, on December 1907, the Monongah Mining Disaster in nearby Monongah killed 361 men, 250 of them fathers, leaving around a thousand fatherless children.
Finally, Clayton was a quiet person, who never promoted the event or even talked to other persons about it.
The chapel contains some fifteenth-century glass, but most was cast by Clayton and Bell, Hardman, and Wailes, in around 1869.
Subsequently, Hoyle's picture was expanded during the 1960s by creative contributions by William A. Fowler, Alastair G. W. Cameron, and Donald D. Clayton, and then by many others.
The Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914 (, codified at, ), was enacted in the United States to add further substance to the U. S. antitrust law regime by seeking to prevent anticompetitive practices in their incipiency.
Passed during the Wilson administration, the legislation was introduced by Alabama Democrat Henry De Lamar Clayton Jr. in the U. S. House of Representatives, where the act passed by a vote of 277 to 54 on June 5, 1914.
When Clay County was created as Arkansas's 67th county on March 24, 1873 ( alongside Baxter County ), it was named Clayton County after John M. Clayton, then a member of the Arkansas Senate and the brother of then-U. S.
Clayton and incorporated
Clayton, with a population of 200, was incorporated on December 21, 1841 by the Alabama Legislature.
In 1911, Clayton J. Howell, president and founder of the Orange Crush Company, partnered with Neil C. Ward and incorporated the company.
Maunsell and his Chief Draughtsman James Clayton incorporated several improvements, notably to the steam circuit and valve gear.
Clayton is situated within the Bradford Metropolitan District Council area having been incorporated into Bradford in 1930.
Clayton and December
Two years later on December 6, 1875, the county's name was shortened to " Clay " by the Arkansas General Assembly ; though some sources say it was renamed for the legendary statesman Henry Clay, others say John M. Clayton remained its official namesake.
The first $ 38, 000 courthouse in the newly defined county opened December 1878 west of Hanley Road and north of Clayton Road.
The Clayton County Commission voted in December 2009 to oust Turner for various offenses including insubordination, an unorganized evidence room, failure to properly handle sexual harassment complaints against officers, several high-speed chases that resulted in civilian deaths, and 138 unaccounted-for firearms.
, the Mayor of the Borough of Clayton is Jeff Radio, whose term of office ends on December 31, 2011.
In December 1999, Fairchild Aerospace Corporation was acquired by German insurer Allianz A. G. and the United States investment group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Inc. for $ 1. 2 billion.
* Signal passed at danger – Arun Bridge, 27 November 1851, head-on collision ; The Clayton Tunnel rail crash, 25 August 1861, an excursion train crashed into another which had stopped in the tunnel, the worst accident to occur up to that time on the British railway system with 23 deaths and 176 injuries ; Wivelsfield, 23 December 1899, a Brighton train ran into the back of a boat train in thick fog.
A national tour of Australia followed in December 2007 with a touring band featuring Drayton on drums, Jerome Smith on bass, Charlie Owen on guitar and newest member Clayton Doley on keyboards.
Clayton was elected to the State House for the 1824 session and was appointed the Delaware Secretary of State from December 1826 to October 1828.
Clayton Keith Yeutter, ONZM ( born December 10, 1930 ) served as United States Secretary of Agriculture under President George H. W. Bush from 1989 to 1991 before serving as Counselor to the President in 1992.
Sweeny's efforts were also co-ordinated in Canada by World War I air ace Billy Bishop and with artist Clayton Knight who formed the Clayton Knight Committee, who, by the time the USA entered the war in December 1941, had processed and approved 6, 700 applications from Americans to join the RCAF or RAF.
They had two children, Mary Cecilia, Lady Clayton ( b. 12 December 1917 ) and Granville James Leveson-Gower, 5th Earl Granville ( 6 December 1918 – 31 October 1996 ).
Clayton Moore ( September 14, 1914 – December 28, 1999 ) was an American actor best known for playing the fictional western character The Lone Ranger from 1949 – 1951 and 1954 – 1957 on the television series of the same name.
Clayton Moore died on December 28, 1999, in a West Hills, California, hospital after suffering a heart attack at his home in nearby Calabasas.
He married model Jessica Craig on September 28, 2007 and had two more children with her: a son named William Clayton, born August 5, 2008 and a daughter named Mary Elizabeth, born December 27, 2009.
Sidney Clayton Woodroffe VC ( 17 December 1895 – 30 July 1915 ) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
On December 13, 2004, the PPR Group signed off on the sale of its subsidiary Rexel to the investment consortium Ray Investment, composed mainly of Clayton Dubilier & Rice, Eurazeo and Merrill Lynch Global Private Equity ( as known as BAML Capital Partners since 2009 ).