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This house was located where the Legion Hut now stands ; the well at the north corner of the hut was the original well for the Samuel Leslie homestead.
Andrew Jackson Leslie requested the name to be changed in honor of his father, Samuel Leslie.
The trustees of Hillsboro named in the act were Mahlon Hough, Samuel Purcell, Jr., Thomas Leslie, Josiah White, Jr., Edward Cunard, Mahlon Roach, and Thomas D. Stevens.
In the early 1990s, the Cantopop stars Alan Tam, Leslie Cheung, Samuel Hui, Priscilla Chan, the songwriter Joseph Koo, and others either retired or lessened their activity.
Adjacent to Cody's own grave marker is a memorial to his only son, Samuel Franklin Leslie Cody,
The gallery specializes in twentieth century and contemporary Scottish paintings, and focuses largely on the work of the four " Scottish Colourists ": F. C. B. Cadell, J. D. Fergusson, Leslie Hunter, and Samuel Peploe.
Other Scottish Colourists were Francis Cadell, Samuel Peploe and Leslie Hunter.
Two of his wife's brothers also held political office ; Samuel Churchill was Secretary of State under Governors John L. Helm, John W. Stevenson, and Preston Leslie, and Thomas Churchill served as treasurer and later governor of the state of Arkansas.
Its founders were Noble Leslie DeVotie, Nathan Elams Cockrell, John Barratt Rudulph, John Webb Kerr, Samuel Marion Dennis, Wade Foster, Abner Edwin Patton, and Thomas Chappel Cook.
( under the command of the most senior officer, Captain Samuel Leslie, light company )
Others include United States Senators Frederick Van Nuys, Arthur Raymond Robinson, Samuel D. Jackson, and Dan Coats, Indiana governors Harry G. Leslie and Edgar Whitcomb, Transportation Security Administration administrator John S. Pistole, and U. S. Representative and former Secretary of State of Indiana Todd Rokita.
On the night and morning of December 8 and 9 Captain Samuel Leslie led the reinforcements down to Fort Murray, arriving around 3: 00 am.

Leslie and Phillips
Bogarde was later replaced by Michael Craig and Leslie Phillips, and the series continued until 1970.
** Leslie Phillips, English actor
It was presented by Leslie Phillips and included new interviews with Betty Marsden and Barry Took, period interviews with Kenneth Horne, and rare excerpts from surviving wartime episodes of Much Binding in the Marsh.
Rutherford then rejoined Norman Wisdom in Just My Luck and co-starred in The Smallest Show on Earth with Virginia McKenna, Peter Sellers and Leslie Phillips ( both 1957 ).
In 1975, Williams later starred with Leslie Phillips, Lance Percival, Miriam Margolyes and others, in the short-lived radio sketch show Oh, Get On with It ( based on a pilot episode entitled Get On With It ), which also featured appearances by Rambling Syd.
Corbett, Richard Briers, Josephine Tewson, Michael Grade and Peter Kay all read at the service, while others in attendance included David Jason, Stephen Fry, Michael Palin, Leslie Phillips, Lenny Henry, Dawn French and June Whitfield.
Other actors associated with British comedy films include Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Dame Margaret Rutherford, Irene Handl and Leslie Phillips.
Mark Heard released 16 records in his lifetime, and produced and performed with many other artists as well, such as Sam Phillips ( aka Leslie Phillips ), Pierce Pettis, Phil Keaggy, Vigilantes of Love, Peter Buck of R. E. M.
In 1938, 14-year-old Leslie Phillips appeared with Graeme Muir in the West End play Dear Octopus where Muir was the juvenile lead.
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The latter featured in Mark Greenstreet's 1996 comedy film ' Caught In The Act ' which starred Sara Crowe, Annette Badland, Nadia Sawalha, Paul Shelly and Leslie Phillips.
Sam Phillips ( born Leslie Ann Phillips January 28, 1962 ) is an American singer-songwriter and composer.
1994's Martinis and Bikinis was widely praised by music critics and was nominated for a Grammy Award ; her second nomination ( the first was as Leslie Phillips ).

Leslie and CBE
Sir Jimmy Young CBE ( born Leslie Ronald Young, 21 September 1921 ) is a British singer, disc jockey and radio interviewer.
People born in Newport include film director Peter Greenaway CBE, author Leslie Thomas OBE, actors Michael Sheen OBE, Desmond Llewelyn, and musicians Grant Nicholas and Jon Lee of the rock band Feeder.
Barry Leslie Norman, CBE ( born 21 August 1933 in London ) is a British film critic, writer and media personality.
* 1947 – 1970 Harold Leslie White CBE, National Librarian
Leslie (" Les ") Ethelbert George Ames, CBE ( 3 December 1905 in Elham, Kent – 27 February 1990 in Canterbury, Kent ) was an outstanding wicket-keeper and batsman for the England cricket team and Kent County Cricket Club.
* Prof David Leslie Hawksworth CBE, mycologist and lichenologist, Research Professor since 2001 at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid ( Complutense University of Madrid ), President from 1986-7 of the British Lichen Society, from 1990-1 of the British Mycological Society and from 1994-7 of the International Union of Biological Sciences, and Editor from 200-8 of Mycological Research
Leslie Banks, CBE ( 9 June 1890 – 21 April 1952 ) was an English theatre and cinema actor, director, and producer now best remembered for playing gruff, menacing characters in black-and-white films of the 1930s and 1940s.
Leslie Douglas Sargent Crowther CBE ( 6 February 1933 – 29 September 1996 ) was an English comedian, actor and gameshow host.
Leslie Poles Hartley CBE ( 30 December 1895 – 13 December 1972 ), known as L. P. Hartley, was a British novelist and short story writer.
* Rear Admiral Sir Leslie Townsend, KCVO CBE 1979 – 1982
O ' Brien, 35th Simcoe Foresters, Commanding Officer York-Simcoe Battalion, Riel Rebellion, Captain the Honourable Leslie Frost, 157th Battalion ( Simcoe Foresters ), CEF, 20th Battalion CEF, Premier of Ontario, Major the Honourable Sir Daniel Hunter McMillan, 35th Simcoe Foresters, 95th Battalion, Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba, Private Thomas William Holmes, VC 147th ( Grey ) Battalion, CEF, 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, Brigadier Thomas Rutherford, CBE, ED, 147th ( Grey ) Battalion, CEF, 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, The Grey and Simcoe Foresters, Colonel the Honourable Mr. Justice Robert C. Rutherford, MBE, CD, The Grey and Simcoe Foresters, Governor General's Horse Guards
Sir Harold Leslie White CBE ( 1905 – 1992 ) was the Parliamentary Librarian of Australia from 1947 to 1960, and National Librarian from 1960 until his retirement in 1970, when he was knighted.

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