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It then became a hotel again, and was acquired by Lawton Hotels Ltd in 2000.
A reunion gig with Ken Hensley & John Lawton took place in London on 7 December 2001 in the course of the Magicians Birthday Party, which since then became a tradition, even though Hensley never actually joined again.
In 1927, the service became nonsectarian, and was referred to by the Lawton Constitution as Oklahoma's Oberammergau.
In 1739 he became house steward to MP John Lawton and accompanied him to London.
In the eventual compromise, most of Fort Lawton became Discovery Park, with leased to United Indians of All Tribes, who opened the Daybreak Star Cultural Center there in 1977.
He became the brother-in-law of Alexander R. Lawton and Jeremy F. Gilmer.
In 1970, it became clear that the U. S. federal government would be giving up much of the grounds of Fort Lawton.
She became involved with Greg Sumner ( whom she also worked for ), police detective Tom Ryan, and also Pierce Lawton who tried to kill her.
After working for the Florida House of Representatives, she was employed by Citizen Action in Washington, D. C. She became a legislative assistant for Senators Lawton Chiles and Al Gore.
He remained for some time in Giverny, and here he became well-acquainted with other well known expatriate America impressionists such as Richard Miller, Theodore Earl Butler, Frederick Frieseke, and Lawton Parker.
In 1970 he ran for the U. S. Senate, but was defeated in the Democratic primary runoff by relatively little known state senator Lawton Chiles, who went on to win the U. S. Senate seat ( served 1971-1989 ), and later himself became Governor ( 1991 – 1998 ).
Naturally, bars and saloons were closed for a period of time and basic law enforcement became one of the duties of Lawton and his men.
Disgruntled Cuban generals who early had taken their troops into the interior and posed a threat to the U. S. presence were invited by Lawton to participate in local government and in fact, became quite instrumental in establishing and protecting the peace.
While Fort Lawton was a quiet outpost prior to World War II, it became the second largest port of embarkation of Soldiers and materials to the Pacific Theater during World War II.
In August 1863, Lawton became the Confederacy's second Quartermaster General.
In the years after the Civil War, Lawton became increasingly important as a political figure in Georgia, serving in various administrative posts.
In the same offseason, he was traded to the Cleveland Indians for Matt Lawton and became their top setup man.
This new campus was named the Essex Junction Educational Center ( EJEC ), while the former building became Albert D. Lawton Middle School.
Aged 16, he became an articled apprentice to a land surveyor and agent, William Lawton.
When Lawton died, Brassey became sole manager of the company and sole agent and representative for Francis Price.
Lawton practised as a lawyer in London and became Bencher of Inner Temple in 1597 and Autum reader in 1600.
In the entry draft, Brian Lawton became the first American to be chosen first overall by the Minnesota North Stars.

Lawton and 1st
Jacob F. Kent commanded the 1st Division, Henry W. Lawton commanded the 2nd Division, and Joseph Wheeler commanded the dismounted Cavalry Division but was suffering from fever and had to turn over command to General Samuel S. Sumner.
Gen. J. Lawton Collins, VII Corps, describes taking of Cherbourg to Gen. Omar Bradley, 1st U. S. Army.
Lawton was his company ’ s first sergeant but was promoted to 1st lieutenant on August 20.
With the fighting against the Spanish over, Lawton was transferred to the Philippines to command the 1st Division, VIII Corps during the Philippine-American War.
Brian Lawton and Bryan Berard were drafted 1st overall in the NHL Entry Draft.

Lawton and Georgia
* " Daddy From Georgia Way " recorded by Bob Chester and his Orchestra on Columbia Records, lyrics and music by Daisy Lawton, a pen name for Gloria Parker.

Lawton and Volunteers
Brigadier-General Lawton, commander of the 2nd Infantry Division of the U. S. Volunteers V Corps, had been appointed chief of the landing operation by Major General William Rufus Shafter, Commander-in-Chief of American forces in Cuba.

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Newspaper reporter Janet Lawton ( Loretta King Hadler, in a role originally intended for Dolores Fuller ) investigates further, becoming a prisoner of Dr. Vornoff in the process.
Police officials, the irradiated Dr. Vornoff, Dick Craig and Janet Lawton all escape, and Dr. Vornoff is eventually killed by a bolt of lightning, forming a mushroom cloud as the film ends.
He traded Roberto Alomar to the New York Mets for a package that included outfielder Matt Lawton and prospects Alex Escobar and Billy Traber.
In late 1954, Gen. J. Lawton Collins was made ambassador to " Free Vietnam " ( the term South Vietnam came into use in 1955 ), effectively elevating the country to sovereign status.
Hugelkultur is practiced by Sepp Holzer as a method of forest gardening and agroforestry, and by Geoff Lawton as a method of dryland farming and desert greening.
In 2005: John Cooke and Graham Lawton.
* December 12 – Lawton Chiles, U. S. Senator from Florida and Governor of Florida ( b. 1930 )
** Frederick Lawton, 9th Director of the Office of Management and Budget ( d. 1975 )
** Lawton Chiles, U. S. Senator and the Governor of Florida ( d. 1998 )
* March 17 – Henry Ware Lawton, American general ( d. 1899 )
Similarly, Mount Scott outside Lawton, Oklahoma is only from its base to its highest point.
* Fort Sill, a United States Army post near Lawton, Oklahoma, named for Joshua W. Sill
The family lived in Lawton, Oklahoma, where Cassin ran a movie theater.
The 1910 federal census for Comanche County, Oklahoma, enumerated on April 20, showed Henry and Anna living at 910 " D " Street in Lawton.
Among the sites considered within Seattle were Duwamish Head in West Seattle ; Fort Lawton ( now Discovery Park ) in the Magnolia neighborhood ; and First Hill — even closer to Downtown than the site finally selected, but far more densely developed.
The Texas longhorn stock slowly dwindled, until in 1927 the breed was saved from near extinction by enthusiasts from the United States Forest Service, who collected a small herd of stock to breed on the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Lawton, Oklahoma.

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