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Ward died in 1903, not knowing the national stature his music would attain, as the music was only first applied to the song in 1904.
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The Hill of Ward in Co. Meath was the site of a Samhain gathering ; the Iron Age ringfort is said to have been where the goddess or druid Tlachtga died, giving birth to triplets that resulted from rape.
After his father died in 1976, Daley succeeded his father as the 11th Ward Democratic committeeman, a party post, until succeeded in the post by his brother John P. Daley in 1980.
He answered phones at the offices of the 11th Ward Democratic organization, and was secretary of the ward organization for several years when Richard M. Daley died.
" He died on May 10, 1849 ( 18th day of the 4th month of the 2nd year of the Kaei era by the old calendar ), and was buried at the Seikyō-ji in Tokyo ( Taito Ward ).
It is named for Dolphin Ward Floyd, who died on his 32nd birthday, March 6, 1836, defending the Alamo.
Eber Ward finished his railroad, established his mills at Ludington, and made arrangements to charter the Sidewheel Steamer John Sherman before he died January 1, 1875.
Two of Rutherford's firefighters ( Edwin L. Ward in 1965 and Thomas E. Dunn in 1994 ) have died in the line of duty.
There is a tradition that he was a friend of Shakespeare, supported by a statement of John Ward, once vicar of Stratford-on-Avon, that " Shakespear, Drayton and Ben Jonson had a merry meeting, and it seems, drank too hard, for Shakespear died of a feavour there contracted.
Mary Augusta Ward died in London, England, and was interred at Aldbury in Hertfordshire, near her beloved country home Stocks.
Dirk Pitt went on, in the more recent novels, to become the head of NUMA when Admiral James Sandecker was appointed as Vice President of the United States by President Ward after the Vice President unexpectedly died in office.
The highway crosses the state, and is known in West Alabama ( Tuscaloosa and Northport ) as McFarland Boulevard, in memory of the late Honorable Ward Wharton McFarland, a political, business, and civic leader who died in 1979.
Ward himself is almost untraceable in local records except that a man with that name owned the home in which a Sarah Morriss, identified as the consort of Robert Morriss, died in at 77 ( Lynchburg Virginian newspaper, May 21, 1865 ).
Jason dedicated it to his older brother Jeff Ward, former drummer of such bands as NIN, Ministry, Revolting Cocks and Lard, who died in 1993.
Wyatt is survived by her sons Christopher and Michael Ward ( according to an obituary in The Washington Post, a third son died in infancy in the early 1940s ), three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Ward was born in Meridian, Mississippi, the oldest of four children of Annie Kate ( née Boswell ), a housewife who died of ovarian cancer on February 12, 2002, and Granberry Holland " G. H.
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In 1903, Pamela launched her own magazine under the title The Green Sheaf, with contributions by Yeats, Christopher St John ( Christabel Marshall ), Cecil French, A. E. ( George William Russell ), Gordon Craig ( Ellen Terry's son ), Dorothy Ward, John Todhunter, and others.
Samuel Augustus Ward ( December 28, 1847 – September 28, 1903 ) was an American organist and composer.
Wardell Edwin " Ward " Bond ( April 9, 1903 – November 5, 1960 ) was an American film actor whose rugged appearance and easygoing charm were featured in over 200 movies and the television series Wagon Train.
* Seth Ward ( businessman ) ( 1820 – 1903 ), parlayed an Oregon Trail supply business into large Kansas City real estate holdings including the Country Club Plaza and for whom Ward Parkway is named
Later on in 1903, he was offered a position as a professor in the Geography Department at the University of Chicago ( Haas and Ward 241, 243 ).