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George Petrie, a stock player on several incarnations of Jackie Gleason's television series and the Ewing family lawyer in Dallas, had a small role as a doctor.
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* George W. Petrie Jr., Major, United States Army ( Retired ), a Green Beret, first man on the ground on the Son Tay Raid to rescue prisoners of war held in North Vietnam in 1970 ; Caldwell County's most decorated soldier of the Vietnam war ; planned and coordinated the Evacuation of Saigon, last U. S. Army Special Forces Officer to leave South Vietnam during the Fall of Saigon, April 30, 1975 ; two time recipient of the Silver Star.
The Irish word for round tower, cloigtheach, literally meaning bellhouse indicates this, as noted by George Petrie in 1845.
Subsequently, Newgrange was visited by a number of antiquarians, who often performed their own measurements of the site and made their own observations, which were often published in various antiquarian journals ; these included such figures as Sir William Wilde, Sir Thomas Pownall, Thomas Wright, John O ' Donovan, George Petrie and James Fergusson.
* The Trewe Encountre or Batayle Lately Don Between England and Scotland etc., Flaque ( 1513 ) in Petrie, George, ' Account of Floddon in the ' Trewe Encountre ' manuscript ', Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries Scotland, vol.
Ross submitted the tune to music collector George Petrie, and it was then published by the Society for the Preservation and Publication of the Melodies of Ireland in the 1855 book The Ancient Music of Ireland, which Petrie edited.
Some of the actors that appeared multiple times on the show include George O. Petrie and Frank Marth as various characters, Ethel Waite Owen as Alice's mother, Zamah Cunningham as Mrs. Manicotti, and Cliff Hall as the Raccoon Lodge President.
Indeed, only for the intervention of George Petrie of the Royal Irish Academy, and like-minded individuals from the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, most of the metalwork would have been melted down for the intrinsic value of its materials, as did frequently happen despite their efforts.
Others who contributed to the build-up of national consciousness during the 19th century included poet and writer George Sigerson, antiquarians and music collectors such as George Petrie and the Joyce brothers, editors such as Matthew Russell ( of the Irish Monthly ), scholars such as John O ' Donovan and Eugene O ' Curry and nationalists such as Charles Kickham and John O ' Leary.
Writers and journalists included Robert Louis Stevenson, Thomas Hardy, George Augustus Sala, J. M. Barrie, Wilkie Collins, Rudyard Kipling, G. K. Chesterton, Joseph Conrad, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Charles Petrie, Agatha Christie, Arthur Bryant and Tim Beaumont ( who wrote about food ).
Its location is unknown until 1837, when it was part of a collection owned by Messrs. Hodges & Smith of College Green, Dublin, and was cited by George Petrie in an essay on the History and Antiquities of Tara Hill.
( Sources: A Biography by David Housel, 1961 ; More than Money: A Community, A College, Its People and the Bank that Served Them by Jacqueline White Kochak, 2007 ; A biography of George Petrie ; Hare family stories from his only surviving child, Joseph L. Hare, age 87.
George Petrie ( 1790 – 1866 ), who had been actively involved in the OS was also revitalising the Antiquities Committee of the Royal Irish Academy, and opening up critically sound debate on early Christian buildings in Ireland with the publication of his book The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland: An Essay on the Origins and Uses of the Round Towers of Ireland, in 1845.
George Petrie ( 1 January 1790 – 1866 ), was an Irish painter, musician, antiquary and archaeologist of the Victorian era.
George and stock
The George Eastman company, the only manufacturer of film stock in the United States, was also part of the combine, which was called the Motion Picture Patents Company ( MPPC ), and Eastman Kodak agreed to only supply the members with film stock.
The Motion Picture Patents Company ( MPPC, also known as the Edison Trust ), founded in December 1908, was a trust of all the major American film companies ( Edison, Biograph, Vitagraph, Essanay, Selig, Lubin, Kalem, American Star, American Pathé ), the leading film distributor ( George Kleine ) and the biggest supplier of raw film stock, Eastman Kodak.
The 35 mm width was first used in 1892 by William Dickson and Thomas Edison, using film stock supplied by George Eastman.
The first mob of bullocks to attempt to use the stock route set out in January 1911 ; however the party of three drovers, George Shoesmith, James Thompson and an Aboriginal stockman who was known as ' Chinaman ', were killed by Aborigines at Well 37.
In 1998, former U. S. president George H. W. Bush gave a speech in Tokyo on behalf of Global Crossing, for which he was compensated with $ 50, 000 of Global Crossing stock, which he sold in 1999 and 2000 for more than $ 4. 5 million.
She auditioned for George Cukor's stock theater company, and although he was not very impressed, he gave Davis her first paid acting assignment anyway — a one-week stint playing the part of a chorus girl in the play Broadway.
* Members of Sturges's unofficial " stock company " of character actors who appear in Sullivan's Travels include George Anderson, Al Bridge, Chester Conklin, Jimmy Conlin, William Demarest, Robert Dudley, Byron Foulger, Robert Greig, Harry Hayden, Esther Howard, Arthur Hoyt, J. Farrell MacDonald, Torben Meyer, Charles R. Moore, Frank Moran, Jack Norton, Franklin Pangborn, Emory Parnell, Victor Potel, Dewey Robinson, Harry Rosenthal, Julius Tannen and Robert Warwick.
Sunderland would gain £ 500 for every pound stock rose, George I's mistress, their children and Countess Platen £ 120 per pound rise, Aislabie £ 200 per pound, Stanhope £ 600 per pound.
* Many members of Sturges ' unofficial " stock company " of character actors appear in The Miracle of Morgan's Creek, among them Al Bridge, Georgia Caine, Chester Conklin, Jimmy Conlin, William Demarest, Robert Dudley, Byron Foulger, Esther Howard, Arthur Hoyt, J. Farrell MacDonald, George Melford, Torben Meyer, Frank Moran, Jack Norton, Emory Parnell, Victor Potel, Harry Rosenthal, Julius Tannen and Max Wagner.
Later reorganized as the Lewiston Water Power Company, the sales of stock attracted Boston investors — including Thomas J. Hill, Lyman Nichols, George L. Ward, Alexander De Witt, and Benjamin E. Bates ( namesake of the Bates Mill and Bates College ) – who financed a canal system and several textile mills on the Androscoggin River.
George M. Wakefield, his wife and their son Vernon T. Wakefield were the stockholders with a capital stock of $ 50, 000 divided into 500 shares.
And among some of the early tradesman were George Robinson, a brother of Mrs. M. H. Butler, who was the first man to bring a stock of goods to this vicinity.
This video is edited together using stock footage of the band, along with Billy Preston, George Martin and others.
Shortly after winning re-election, President George W. Bush claimed a mandate for an ambitious second-term agenda and proposed reforming Social Security by allowing workers to redirect a portion of their Social Security withholding into stock and bond investments.
The family later lived in Chicago, where George Stevens was an accountant before the stock market crash of 1929 instigated the Great Depression, ending his job.
George William Curtis ( February 24, 1824 – August 31, 1892 ) was an American writer and public speaker, born in Providence, Rhode Island, of old New England stock.
In 1796, George Washington endowed the academy with the largest gift ever given to an educational institution at that time: $ 20, 000 in stock.
Although Sir Anthony Ashley was of minor gentry stock, he had served as Secretary at War in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, and in 1622, two years after the death of his first wife, Sir Anthony Ashley married the 19-year-old Philippa Sheldon ( 51 years his junior ), a relative of George Villiers, Marquess of Buckingham, thus cementing relations with the most powerful man at court.
Lillooet's other Order of Canada recipient was Margaret Lally " Ma " Murray, a Kansas-born farmgirl who moved to Vancouver before World War I and wound up marrying her employer, publisher George Matheson Murray, of Canadian establishment stock.
One prominent, or notorious, early Goldfield resident was George Graham Rice, a former check forger, newspaperman, and racetrack tipster, turned mining stock promoter.
A scandal developed in 1854 as a result of profits made by Hincks and Mayor John George Bowes of Toronto from the sale of railway stock and the government fell as a result ; when this matter was reviewed in the next parliament, no basis was found for allegations of corruption against Hincks.