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His sons, Andreas Feininger and T. Lux Feininger, both became noted artists, the former as a photographer and the latter as a photographer and painter.
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Poom is married to Lissel ( born 1975 ), with whom he has two sons named Markus ( born 1999 ) and Andreas ( born 2003 ).
Andreas Calvos was born in April 1792 in Greece on the island of Zacynthos ( then occupied by the Venetian Republic ), the elder of the two sons of Ioannes Calvos and Andriane Calvos ( née Roucane ).
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They had two sons, Booker T. Washington Jr. and Ernest Davidson Washington, before she died in 1889.
J Stevens & Son & J Dixon & sons made police whistles from around the 1840s, T Yates made Beaufort whistles for the Liverpool Police in the 1870s.
Cheung Chuk Ling, W. T. Pearce, and H. R. Wells revived the college so that the training of the sons of church members might be carried on.
In that year, Charles E. Still and Harry M. Still, sons of A. T. Still, the founder of the profession of osteopathic medicine, along with Dr. Arthur G. Hildreth, established the Still-Hildreth Sanatorium, which was devoted to the treatment and care of all types of nervous and mental disorders.
Many of his sermons were published posthumously under the titles Theology Explained and Defended ( 5 vols., 1818 – 1819 ), to which a memoir of the author by two of his sons, W. T. and Sereno E. Dwight, is prefixed, and Sermons by Timothy Dwight ( 2 vols., 1828 ), which had a large circulation both in the United States and in England.
Hyrum was founded in 1860 by a group of 23 families, mainly either Danish immigrants of sons of Ezra T. Benson.
The series follows the adventures of a lascivious, widowed private detective duck, Eric T. Duckman who lives with his three sons, mother-in-law and sister-in-law Bernice ( his late wife Beatrice's identical twin ).
In 1964, Cheng moved with his family ( Madame Cheng, two sons, and three daughters ) to the United States, where he taught at the New York T ' ai Chi Association at 211 Canal Street in Manhattan.
Lowrey, his sons W. T. and B. G., and grandson Lawrence Lowrey all served as the first four presidents.
In the historical scheme proposed by T. F. O ' Rahilly the descent of the kings of Ireland from the sons of Míl is a fiction intended to provide legitimacy for the Goidels, who invaded Ireland in the 1st or 2nd century BC, giving them the same ancient origin as the indigenous peoples they dominated.
Robert Stevens, one of John's sons, invented the flanged T rail, a form of railroad rail in prevalent use today.
He had three sons with her — Henry Seldon, Christopher Champlin, Edward T, and one daughter Mary F. In 1850, he moved to Toledo, and he soon came to be recognized as a leader of the state bar.
Meehan was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, the eldest of three sons and four daughters born to Martin T. Meehan ( d. 2000 ), a compositor for The Lowell Sun, and Alice ( Britton ) Meehan ( d. 2008 ).
In 1860, he married Catherine Rowley who later bore him two sons: Harry C., born in September 1864, and William T., October 1869.
* some letters to Benjamin Furly, his sons, and his clerk Harry Wilkinson, included, in a volume entitled Original Letters of Locke, Sidney and Shaftesbury, which was published by T. Forster in 1830, and again in an enlarged form in 1847 ;
Mellon was founded in 1869 by Thomas Mellon and his sons Andrew W. Mellon and Richard B. Mellon, as T. Mellon & Sons ' Bank.
T Angus Morrison and Mary were to have seven children, one of the sons, William Angus Galloway Morrison dying on the Siam Burmese Railway in World War Two.
On June 3, 1844, Frederick T. Kemper ( 1816 – 1881 ) gave his first lesson at the “ Boonville Boarding School ”, an all male school designed to educate the sons of the frontier west.
With his wife, Jeannette, a native of England whom he had met as a student in Vancouver, and their two young sons, he moved to London to do postgraduate work at the Courtauld Institute from 1970 – 73, where he studied with Manet expert T. J. Clark.
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The RAF was Britain's weapon of attrition, and flying a fighter plane was the way her sons could serve her best at this point in the war.
I had always thought of that lovable man as many years older than myself, although he was perhaps only twenty years older, and he confirmed my feeling, along with the feeling of both my sons, that teachers of the classics are invariably endearing.
His father, a professional engraver and an amateur landscape painter, took his sons on numerous hunting expeditions, and imparted to them his knowledge and love of nature.
Early in the war it was not uncommon for planters' sons to retain in camp Negro `` body servants '' to perform the menial chores such as cooking, foraging, cleaning the quarters, shining shoes, and laundering clothes.
hear that Patricia Murphy flies up to St. John's Newfoundland, next Sunday to attend the government's special ceremonies at Memorial University honoring distinguished sons and daughters of the island province.
They enjoyed lemonade and cookies served before and during the concert by teenage sons and daughters of members of the White House staff.
Reprisals are not unheard of in such situations, but the recent tendency has been for the Congress to forgive its prodigal sons.
`` God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life '', and `` as many as received him, to them gave He power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name ''.
`` As many as received Him ( Jesus ), to them gave He power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name ''.
In any case he would be thrusting a burden on his remaining sons, making them parties to a deception peculiarly his own.
There lay Grand Fair's Quinzaine, his own young parents' graves, but new life and promise for his sons, grandsons.
Later in life, Mary struggled with the stresses of losing her husband and sons, and Robert Lincoln committed her temporarily to a mental health asylum in 1875.
Amphion, at the sight of his dead sons, either killed himself or was killed by Apollo after swearing revenge.
For instance, we read of Whiting, the last abbot of Glastonbury, judicially murdered by Henry VIII, that his house was a kind of well-ordered court, where as many as 300 sons of noblemen and gentlemen, who had been sent to him for virtuous education, had been brought up, besides others of a lesser rank, whom he fitted for the universities.
:" for a bad custom has prevailed amongst the clergy, of appointing the most powerful people of a parish stewards, or, rather, patrons, of their churches ; who, in process of time, from a desire of gain, have usurped the whole right, appropriating to their own use the possession of all the lands, leaving only to the clergy the altars, with their tenths and oblations, and assigning even these to their sons and relations in the church.
" For what happens to the sons of men also happens to animals ; one thing befalls them: as one dies, so dies the other.
His father's civil service commission was still active, and during Turing's childhood years his parents travelled between Hastings in England and India, leaving their two sons to stay with a retired Army couple.