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His father, James Smillie ( 1807 – 1885 ), a Scottish engraver, emigrated to New York in 1829, was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1851, did much, with his brother William Cumming ( 1813 – 1908 ), to develop the engraving of bank-notes, and was an excellent landscape-engraver.
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Her father, James Upton, was the Upton mentioned by Hawthorne in the famous introduction to the Scarlet Letter as one of those who came into the old custom house to do business with him as the surveyor of the port.
Walter Quin, tutor to the future Charles I, worked hard on multilingual anagrams on the name of father James.
Watterson was born in Washington, D. C., where his father, James G. Watterson ( born 1932 ), worked as a patent examiner while going to George Washington University Law School before becoming a patent attorney in 1960.
* Peter Jay's appointment as British Ambassador to the U. S. by his father in law, the then Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan.
Following William and Mary's accession to the throne, England involved itself in the War of the Grand Alliance primarily to prevent a French invasion restoring Mary's father, James II.
Charles hoped to unite the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland into a new single kingdom, fulfilling the dream of his father, James VI of Scotland and I of England.
James is the father of psychology in America but he also made contributions to educational psychology.
His father, James Roosevelt, and his mother, Sara Ann Delano, were sixth cousins and both were from wealthy old New York families.
When James V finally managed to escape from the custody of the regents with the aid of his redoubtable mother in 1528, he once again set about subduing the rebellious Highlands, Western and Northern isles, as his father had had to do.
Persistent suggestions, based on a similarity of hair colour, have been made that Harry's father is actually James Hewitt, with whom Diana had an affair.
His father, a captain in the Royal Navy, commanded the 60-gun HMS Pembroke, with James Cook as his sailing master, during the 1758 siege of Louisbourg.
His father, James Madison, Sr. ( 1723 – 1801 ), was a tobacco planter who grew up on a plantation, then called Mount Pleasant, in Orange County, Virginia, which he had inherited upon reaching adulthood.
When the parents took James to church to be baptized, the father Samuel refused to declare his belief in Christianity, and the minister refused to baptize the child.
" On June 26, 1860, Flora gave birth to a son, Philip St. George Cooke Stuart, but his father changed the name to James Ewell Brown Stuart, Jr. (" Jimmie "), in late 1861 out of disgust with his father-in-law.
Bentine was born Michael James Bentin in Watford, Hertfordshire, of a Peruvian father, Adam Bentin, and a British mother, Florence Dawkins, and grew up in Folkestone, Kent.
William and Mary, both Protestants, became king and queen regnant, respectively, following the Glorious Revolution, which resulted in the deposition of her Roman Catholic father, James II and VII.
Other defining recordings include " Sugar Town ", the 1967 number one " Somethin ' Stupid " ( a duet with her father ), the title song from the James Bond film You Only Live Twice, several collaborations with Lee Hazlewood such as " Jackson ", and her cover of Cher's " Bang Bang ( My Baby Shot Me Down )", which features during the opening sequence of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.
His father James was a storekeeper, the son of Scottish crofters who had immigrated to Australia in the mid-1850s in the wake of the Victorian gold rush.
Kimble in this version was portrayed by actor Timothy Daly, whose father James had guest starred in two segments (" Running Scared " and " The Evil Men Do ") of the original series.
He married Berthe Sadie Delmont, known as Toots, on 12 August 1936, and her father Joseph Delmont, a wealthy Johannesburg businessman, bought a salon for James.
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He studied under his father, James Smillie, and under James McDougal Hart, and became a member of the National Academy of Design in 1882.
father and 1807
His cataloguing of 3222 stars was refined in 1807 by Friedrich Bessel, the father of modern astrometry.
The couple had five sons and one daughter: Abraham ( 1807 – 1873 ) a graduate of West Point and career military officer ; John ( 1810 – 1866 ), graduate of Yale and Attorney General of New York ; Martin, Jr. ( 1812 – 1855 ), secretary to his father and editor of his father's papers until a premature death from tuberculosis ; Winfield Scott ( born and died in 1814 ); and Smith Thompson ( 1817 – 1876 ), an editor and special assistant to his father while president.
At Henry's death in 1807, Charles's remains were moved to the crypt of Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican where they were laid to rest next to those of his brother and his father.
His father, Johann Christoph Droysen, was an army chaplain who had been present at the celebrated siege of Kolberg in 1806 – 1807.
The government fell from power the next year, and, after a brief period as a Member of Parliament for Appleby from May to July 1807, Howick went to the Lords, succeeding his father as Earl Grey.
At age 21, Alexander emigrated to the United States with his mother and siblings from Scotland, to join his father Thomas, who had emigrated there in 1807.
His father Carl Mathias Rott ( real name Roth, born 1807, married 1862 ) was a famous comic actor in Vienna who was crippled in 1874 by a stage accident, and died two years later.
When her father died in 1807, before her fifth birthday, the situation of Tristan and her mother changed drastically from the high standards of living they were accustomed to.
Oliva, through his father, was a descendant of Zacharie Cloutier ( via Louise Cloutier 1632 – 1699, Charlotte Mignault 1669 – 1747, and Antoine Dionne 1706 – 1807 ).
His father, a Habsburg government official, died in 1807 in Budapest, leaving his children in the care of their mother, who remarried in 1811.
When his brother Henry Benedict Stuart died in 1807, both brothers were laid to rest next to their father in the crypt of St. Peter's.
Portland was Member of Parliament for Petersfield between 1790 and 1791 and for Buckinghamshire between 1791 and 1809. and served under his father as a Lord of the Treasury between March and September 1807.
His father destined Grillparzer for the legal profession, and, after a desultory education, Grillparzer entered the University of Vienna in 1807 as a student of jurisprudence.
When he was quite young, his father died and Bernabe was sent by his family to Spain, to study military science-there he graduated as a junior officer's in 1807.
He was born in Vienna as Georg Heinrich Schönerer ; his father, the wealthy railroad pioneer Matthias Schönerer ( 1807 – 1881 ), was knighted by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1860.
Wolff's father David Wolff ( b. 1760 ), by 1790 rabbi in Weilersbach, then in Kissingen, Halle upon Saale und Uehlfeld, served as rabbi in Jebenhausen, Württemberg between 1804 and 1807, and sent his son to the Lutheran lyceum at Stuttgart.
After the death of his father, who was one of the early German settlers in Pennsylvania, Peter moved to New York City, where he became an organ builder, and was also organist in Trinity parish from 1807 until 1839.
In 1807, the family moved again to Boone County where his father acquired a plantation which was operated by slave labor.
They were joined by John's brother George and their father Jacob Haymaker and their families early the next year, and built a gristmill in 1807.
On 11 April 1807, at the age of 37, he was summoned to the House of Lords in one of the minor peerages of his father ( Baron Gordon of Huntley, co. Gloucester ).