A Little Ringing Of Bells

©Renee 2013

Happy new year, 2013. In our first post for the new year we hear bells.

Silver bells, gold bells, Christmas bells, the liberty bell, warning bells, church bells but what about the name Bell ? There are so many interesting Bells, and their connections to our history. Let’s look at a few and those they touched.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell,_California

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bel_Air,_Los_Angeles

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alphonzo_E._Bell,_Sr.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_George_Bell

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Labs

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Schmidt

He was joint author uring his summers at Bell Labs of lex] (a software lexical analyzer and an important tool for compiler construction).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plan_9_from_Bell_Labs

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Graham_Bell

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Melville_Bell

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mabel_Hubbard

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardiner_Greene_Hubbard

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._Ron_Hubbard

*NOTE* MARVEL  (Like comics), and Hubbard *

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Whiteside_Parsons

*GARDENIER*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Allen

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Muna_al-Hussein

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chichester_Bell

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floyd_Graham

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_cracker

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Graham_Du_Bois

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Helicopter

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textron

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Little

Malcolm Little*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Aly_Khan

Prince Ali Salman Aga Khan (June 13, 1911 – May 12, 1960), known as Aly Khan was a son of Aga Khan III, the head of the Ismaili Muslims, and the father of Aga Khan IV. A socialite, racehorse owner and jockey, he was the third husband of actress Rita Hayworth. After being passed over for succession as Aga Khan, he served as Pakistan‘s representative to the United Nations, where he became a vice president of the General Assembly.

His first name was typically spelled Aly in the press. The titles of prince and princess, which are claimed by children of the Aga Khan by virtue of their descent from the Qajar king Fath Ali Shah of the Persian Qajar dynasty, were recognized as courtesy titles by the British government in 1938.

Birth (1911-06-13)13 June 1911
Death 12 May 1960(1960-05-12) (aged 48)
Birthplace Turin, Italy
Titles His Highness Prince Aly Khan
Spouse(s) Joan Guinness
(m.1936-1949)
Rita Hayworth
(m.1949-1953)
Father Aga Khan III
Mother Cleope Teresa Magliano
Children Prince Karim
Prince Amyn Muhammad
Princess Yasmin

Prince Ali Salman Aga Khan (June 13, 1911 – May 12, 1960), known as Aly Khan was a son of Aga Khan III, Joan Guinness (née Yarde-Buller, 1908–1997).

*NOTE* BULLER

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Educational_Trust

*NOTE*ERSKINE*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Bell_(educator)

Many Carnegie panel and upholstery fabrics are part of the Haworth finishes program. See also Textron  textiles.

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29 Responses to A Little Ringing Of Bells

  1. Renee says:

    Joss *HAY*, Alice, Armour family etc…
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Valley_set

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floyd_Graham

    Floyd Freeman Graham (aka ‘Fessor) (October 15, 1902 – August 18, 1974, Denton, Texas) was a US collegiate bandleader and music educator who founded and directed the Aces of Collegeland in 1927, the university dance band, pit orchestra and stage band of the University of North Texas College of Music. He also was a violinist.[1] The Aces of Collegeland was the forerunner to the One O’Clock Lab Band. Graham laid the groundwork at North Texas for what became the first degree in jazz studies offered by a major academic university.

    Many of the Ace’s band members and Saturday night participants became a “who’s who” in the performing arts – as members of famous big bands, film, and singers.

    Notable Saturday Night Performers with the Aces[2]

    Ann Sheridan
    Joan Blondell
    Louise Tobin
    Nancy Jane Gates
    Pat Boone
    Notable “Aces” Alumni

    Harry Babasin
    Bob Dorough
    Herb Ellis
    Jimmy Giuffre
    Charles W. LaRue
    William F. Lee III
    William Ennis Thomson
    In 1971, the University of North Texas Student Government Association designated him as “Honor Professor,”[3] and upon retirement May 31, 1973,[4] the regents awarded him the lifetime status of Professor Emeritus.[5] He was the university’s first professor emeritus.

    Floyd Graham was the son of Schyler Colfax Graham (1869–1931), a Denton grocer, and Rockie Virginia Graham née (1879–1954) Freeman. Floyd Graham first exhibited his interest in music by experimenting with a cigar-box violin while in grade school.[10]

    Video of cigar-box violin
    Floyd Graham married Doris Patricia Howard in September 2, 1942.[11] They had a daughter, Patricia (Pati) (Graham) Haworth.

    Notable “Aces” Alumni

    Harry Babasin
    Bob Dorough
    Herb Ellis
    Jimmy Giuffre
    Charles W. LaRue
    William F. Lee III
    William Ennis Thomson

  2. Renee says:

    http://www.guilford.edu/academics/catalog/scholarships-and-awards/
    Scholarships and Awards
    Bradford Ross Adams Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was begun in 2001 to provide scholarships to Guilford history majors with demonstrated financial need.

    George I. Alden Excellence Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established in 1981 to provide scholarships to rising juniors without regard to need, with a GPA greater than or equal to 3.25.

    Dr. Malcolm U. Alexander Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established in 1996 to provide scholarship assistance for female students in good academic standing majoring in education studies, with preference given to minister-of-music students.

    Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment Fund
    The endowment was established by the Alumni Association in the names of E. Garness Purdom and Clyde A. Milner. Awards are made annually to two rising seniors.

    Karen Baldwin Endowed Quaker Scholarship
    The fund was established in 2008 to provide one scholarship annually to a financially deserving Quaker student selected by Guilford.

    The Barrow Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established to provide need-based scholarships to business or elementary education majors from North Carolina.

    The Beaman Family Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established to provide unrestricted scholarships.

    B. J. Beason Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship grants to Quaker students enrolled at Guilford with preferential consideration given to, but not limited to, Quaker students from North Carolina.

    Anthony and Barbara Blake Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarships to students with demonstrated financial need studying in the areas of humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, and social sciences at Guilford.

    Ada, Emma, Martha & Elva Blair Endowment Fund
    The endowment was established to provide aid for worthy members of Springfield Meeting.

    Bonner Scholars Endowment
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to 60 Bonner Scholars. The Bonner Scholars Program provides four-year community service scholarships to students with high financial need and a commitment to service, with applications accepted year round and admissions decisions made on a rolling basis.

    J.R. and Margaret Boyd Scholarship in Mathematics
    The fund was established to provide financial aid to Guilford mathematics majors. Students eligible for awards from the fund are defined as full-time students having (1) completed at least one academic year with a minimum of 24 credits hours at Guilford prior to the semester(s) of the award; (2) declared a major in mathematics and making progress toward completion of that major; and (3) demonstrated through academic work at Guilford exceptional promise in becoming a mathematician.

    Joseph M. Bryan Sr. Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established in 1995 to provide scholarships to Guilford students.

    Dr. John T. and Mary Louise Lowe Burns Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who have exhibited outstanding academic ability and who have a demonstrated financial need with preference to students exhibiting an interest in dance, particularly popular dance and musical theater.

    Dr. Edward Flud Burrows Endowed Service Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 2006. Recipients shall be upper-class (juniors and seniors) Guilford students who in their first two years have demonstrated community service in the areas of peace studies, racial justice or gay and lesbian issues.

    Campbell Presidential Scholarships
    The scholarship was created by Malcolm and Jeanne Campbell for new incoming students from Montclair and/or West Essex counties in New Jersey. The intent is to provide a scholarship that the same student will continue to receive for up to 4 years if they maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing at the college.

    Eva Campbell Fund
    The fund was established to provide aid for biology majors.

    M.L. Carr Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1986 to provide scholarships to support full-time Guilford students.

    Jesse C. Carson, Jr., Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2004 to provide financial aid to Guilford students, with preference to students who are residents of Rowan County or Stokes County, N.C.

    Mary Ellen Cathey Scholarship for Music
    The endowment was established in 1995 to provide financial assistance to Guilford music students in good academic standing with financial need, and with preference to a minority student.

    Ethel J. Chadwick Scholarship
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarships to students with economic need and with preference to students from Guilford County, N.C.

    Dr. Robert E. Clark ’49 Endowed Math Scholarship
    The fund was established in 2002 to provide two scholarships per year: 1) a math scholarship for a traditional student and 2) one to a CCE student not limited to any major.

    Class of 1937 Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide an annual award to an outstanding member of the first-year class.

    Zvi Cohen Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established in 1990 to provide a prize awarded to a student with serious interest in environmental issues.

    The Center for Continuing Education Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to CCE students.

    Continuing Education Endowed Scholarship
    The fund was established in 1992 to provide financial aid for CCE students with preference given to women with experience working and/or raising families.

    Elwood Cox Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1920 to provide scholarships to members of North Carolina Yearly Meeting who are taking Biblical courses at Guilford and who have a call of God to the ministry of Jesus Christ.

    Frank L. & Ethel W. Crutchfield Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1988 to provide scholarships with preferential consideration given to, but not limited to, students majoring in the physical sciences.

    Raymond E. and Nan B. Cummings Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for Guilford students.

    Sarah T. Curwood Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1992 to provide scholarships to African-American students majoring in education studies.

    Charles A. Dana Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established to provide scholarships for students demonstrating academic excellence with potential for future leadership.

    Carrie Perkins Davis Fund
    The endowment was established to provide scholarships for Guilford students.

    J. Franklin Davis Endowment Fund
    The fund was established to provide unrestricted scholarships.

    Mary E. M. Davis Memorial Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1932 to provide a scholarship to the best candidate of the three girls with the highest average grades graduating from Western Guilford High School, taking into consideration not only scholarship, but participation in extra-curricular activities and personality.

    J. Gurney & Thomas C. Dixon Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1949 to provide scholarship assistance to a student with financial need.

    Laura Kelley Dobbins Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1973 to award annual scholarships with preference to students especially interested in preparing for service as part- or full-time ministers of music.

    J. Wilbert and Marianna Dow Edgerton Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1999 to provide scholarship assistance for deserving students selected by Guilford, with preference given to members of the Society of Friends in North Carolina.

    Nereus C. English Trust Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for Guilford students. In granting such scholarships first consideration is to be given to students nominated by the Quaker Club, provided such nominees meet the qualifications of the College for receiving scholarships.

    Nereus C. & Mae Martin English Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to worthy students.

    Mary M. and Ray L. Evans Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1996 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who are in good academic standing and who have demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students in the natural sciences or students who are Quakers, particularly those in the Quaker Leadership Scholars Program.

    Newton F. & Laura Farlow Fund
    The fund was created to provide scholarships for descendants of the donors Newton F. and Laura M. Farlow.

    James Maynard Farris Endowment Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide financial assistance to students demonstrating acceptable academic performance, financial need and some potential of becoming a leader in his or her chosen field; applicants must be residents of North Carolina.

    A. Brown Finch Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1945 to provide scholarships for Guilford with preference given to residents of Randolph and Davidson Counties, N.C.

    First Union Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance to deserving upper-class students who qualify for need-based assistance.

    Jessica T. Fogle Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1962 to provide scholastic, music and art scholarships.

    The Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fellows Program at Guilford
    The program was established to nurture and support Guilford juniors and seniors who aspire to a career in business or industry. Scholarships are awarded to one or more students who are current full-time juniors or seniors with preference given to candidates who have shown leadership in student activities and community or other public service, as well as unusual initiative through some type of entrepreneurial endeavor.

    Franklin G. Frazier Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide financial assistance to worthy and needy members of the Quaker Church or Society of Friends to aid them in securing an education at Guilford.

    Melvina A. Frazier Fund
    The fund was established in 1936 to aid worthy and needy girls who are members of the Quaker Church or Society of Friends to aid them in securing an education at Guilford.

    Adalia Taylor Futrell Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance with preference given to students from Wayne and Northampton counties, N.C., with demonstrated financial need.

    Hannah Katherine Gibson Fund
    The fund was established in 2006 to provide financial assistance on the basis of need to Guilford students.

    Glaxo Women in Science Scholars Program
    The endowment was established in 1994 to recognize outstanding scholarship, to provide an incentive for women science students to enter the science profession and to provide students with a woman scientist mentor at Glaxo, Inc. Recipients must be full-time women students at Guilford with a grade-point average of 3.0 or better.

    The Guilford College Scholarship Endowment for QLSP
    The endowment was established to provide scholarships with preference to Quakers.

    The Guilford College Support Endowment for QLSP
    The endowment was established to provide direct scholarships with preference to Quakers and may include conferences, books and other direct student support at the discretion of the director of Friends Center.

    J. Robert and Rhetta English Hardin Endowment Fund
    The fund was established to provide aid to deserving young men and women to secure an education which will make them more efficient workers in the Society of Friends.

    Cyril Harvey Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to students chosen by the Depart of Geological Sciences with preference given to rising juniors and seniors majoring in a natural science.

    Byron Haworth Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students in good standing with preference given to Quaker students with principal residence in Guilford County, N.C.

    Horace S. Haworth Sr. Memorial Scholarship
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to Guilford students with preference given to Quaker students from North Carolina.

    Howard & Patricia Haworth Honors Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide scholarship grants to students of the highest academic caliber.

    Samuel L. & Evelyn M. Haworth Fund
    The fund was established in 1967 to provide scholarships to members of North Carolina Yearly Meeting to attend Guilford.

    Jan Lippincott Healy Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1993 to provide a scholarship to a financially needy Guilford student who participates in a work-study program.

    William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1997 to provide scholarships to African American and Native American students who intend to reside in the United States after completing their studies.

    Charles C. Hendricks Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide financial aid to a senior student in good academic standing of noteworthy character and achievement.

    H. I. CR. IA Anonymous Scholarship
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to qualified students from Hawaii, Costa Rica, Iceland or Native Americans.

    Rev. D. Rayborn Higgins Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1989 to provide an annual scholarship awarded to one or two students based on financial need.

    Hinshaw Education Fund for North Carolina Quakers
    The fund was established in 1991 to provide a source of financial aid to enable North Carolina Quakers to attend Guilford, to promote scholarship, leadership and the development of Quaker ideals.

    Eugene S. Hire Memorial Award Fund
    The fund was established to provide a scholarship award to a student completing the junior year who has demonstrated the highest standards of scholarship.

    Gertrude E. and A. William Hire Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for junior and senior students who are preparing for careers in teaching.

    Mary Ann Hobson Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to students that are or whose family members are members of the following Friends Meetings: Western Quarterly Meeting of the North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends or West Grove Monthly Meeting.

    James L. Hopkins Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1990 to provide financial aid to students graduating from East Forsyth High School.

    The Emily S. Howard Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1955 to provide scholarships based on financial need with attention to morality, physical well-being, mentality and scholarly standing.

    Herbert & Virginia H. Howard Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1978 to provide scholarships to deserving Guilford students.

    Lawrence T. Hoyle Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1979 to provide scholarships for students in good standing in either their senior or junior year who have demonstrated a strong interest together with a level of excellence in the courses of study in English (3.0 or above) and an interest in preparing for a career in law. The recipient must be a genuine applicant for admission at two or more accredited law schools in this country.

    Alan Walter Hull Memorial Scholarship
    The endowment was established in 1982 to provide financial aid for worthy and needy students preparing for a service vocation.

    Jefferson-Pilot Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1990 to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students.

    Jeglinski Physics Award
    The award was established in 1990 to provide scholarships to those selected by the faculty of the Guilford Department of Physics, based on academic achievement and promise in applied physics or astronomy.

    Charles B. and Nancy Pringle Jones Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1972 to provide scholarships to a sophomore, junior or senior demonstrating excellence in biology and special aptitude for the study of medicine.

    Carlton R. Kerner Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to worthy and needy students.

    Rose McGinnis Wilkerson King Scholarship
    The fund was established in 2006 to provide scholarships with the following preferences: (A) entering or continuing students with financial need, (B) continuing students majoring in any of the social sciences, (C) entering students expressing an interest in majoring in the social sciences.

    Roxie Armfield King Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance for North Carolina women with preference being given to women from Guilford County.

    W. F. King and Lorraine Hayes King Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2000 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students of outstanding financial need. A scholarship recipient or recipients shall be selected in accordance with the following guidelines: (A) Students must be American citizens who are in good standing or, in the case of new students, admitted to attend Guilford; (B) Preference shall be given to students from Halifax County or Northampton County, N.C.; (C) Scholarship awards may be renewed for up to four years as long as the student is in good standing with a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and making acceptable progress towards completion of a degree; (D) Recipients are to be selected by the Student Aid and Awards Committee; (E) The scholarship may not be applied to room and board.

    William A. & Anne L. Klopman Endowment Fund
    The fund was established in 1989 to provide financial aid on the basis of need to Guilford students with preference being given to those who are participating in overseas study programs sponsored by Guilford.

    James Sampson Laing Art Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide scholarships for students with excellent capabilities in the field of art.

    Miriam C. Lindau Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1988 to provide scholarships to Guilford students.

    Barbara Hagy Lindsay Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1991 to provide need-based scholarships to Guilford students.

    Arthur & Ethel L. Lineberry Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1979 to provide scholarships for students from Chatham County enrolled at Guilford.

    Harvey A. & Maxine K. Ljung Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide an annual scholarship to a chemistry major and a music major.

    Ethel H. & Philip D. Lord Fund
    The fund was established in 1980 to provide scholarship assistance to a student or students selected by the president of Guilford.

    Edward Lowe Endowment Fund
    The fund was established in 2000 to provide scholarship assistance for music students to be selected by the Department of Music chair in consultation with other members of the music faculty.

    Helen Margaret Dukes Mann Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students with strong academic achievement in high school, strong character, SAT scores of at least 1000, and with preference to students from North or South Carolina. Recipients will be known as Margaret Mann Scholars.

    Mary H. Marley Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to students with demonstrated financial need with preference given to students preparing for careers in Christian ministry and service.

    Robert K. Marshall Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide need-based scholarships to Guilford students.

    Joseph McMenamin Memorial Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to Guilford students with preference to those enrolled at the Center for Continuing Education.

    Dorothy Ragsdale McMichael Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1993 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who have exhibited outstanding academic ability and who have a demonstrated financial need with preference to students from Rockingham County, N.C.

    Nereus & Oriana Mendenhall Math Scholarship
    The fund was established in 1931 to aid worthy students who have completed one year with good records, with demonstrated financial need and with a desire to do higher work in mathematics and allied sciences.

    Kenneth J. & Deborah Miller Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1986 to provide unrestricted scholarships for full-time Guilford students from countries that recognize the State of Israel, with priority to students who are full-time U.S. residents. This excludes students from countries that participate in any economic boycott of the State of Israel.

    Eugene Earnest Mills Scholarship Fund
    The scholarship was established in 1980 to provide unrestricted scholarships.

    Clyde A. & Ernestine C. Milner Scholarship
    The fund was established to provide financial assistance for Guilford students, with preference being given to Milner relatives enrolled at the College.

    James E. & Katheryn W. Mims Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1986 to provide scholarships to students majoring in economics, business management or business finance-related majors.

    Mitchell FamilyScholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students in good standing.

    Alma Chilton Moore Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide scholarships to students who demonstrate financial need and who are making satisfactory progress toward their degree.

    Joseph & Mary Thorne Moore Science Fund
    The fund was established in 1968 to provide scholarships for science majors.

    Algie I. Newlin Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to full-time history majors carrying at least 12 hours, with preference to a rising senior or rising junior.

    Elizabeth M. Newlin Memorial Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students with preference given to, but not restricted to, Quaker students from Alamance and Chatham Counties.

    H. R. & Elizabeth Newlin Scholarship Endowment Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students.

    J. Curtis & Eugenia Wilson Newlin Scholarship
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance with preference to the most promising, deserving, financially needy, direct descendents of Charles and Nina Newlin or descendents of Robert Bullington Wilson.

    News & Record Sophomore Leadership Scholars Fund
    The fund was established in 1998 to acknowledge a rising sophomore for her or his leadership potential in the Guilford College and/or greater Greensboro communities.

    Thomas Lorenzo O’Briant and Lillian O. Jordan Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2002 to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    Susanna Osborne Fund
    The endowment was established to provide scholarship assistance to girls residing in Mary Hobbs Hall.

    William H. & Margaret Davis Overman Memorial Fund
    The fund was established in 1953 to provide scholarships to “worthy girls and boys to acquire an education at Guilford College.”

    George C. and Elizabeth G. Parker Family Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who are in good academic standing and who have demonstrated financial need. Recipients shall be members of the Religious Society of Friends with preference given to students from northeastern North Carolina.

    John Kerr Pepper Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1982 to provide scholarships to students possessing a good character and a reputation for honesty and integrity, an above-average academic standing, demonstrated financial need: and dedication to the republican form of government, the free enterprise system of commerce and industry, and the right of each individual to freedom in person and property. Once a student receives a scholarship from this fund, he/she shall continue to receive such scholarship annually until his/her graduation providing the student continues to qualify.

    Curtis and Katherine M. Price Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1986 to provide scholarships for Guilford students with first preference to be given to residents of Union County, N.C., and second preference given to students preparing for the field of education.

    J. Hampton & Sallie Hester Price Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide an honors scholarship grant to students of the highest academic caliber.

    E. Garness Purdom Fund
    The fund was established in 1991 to provide an annual merit award to an outstanding junior at Guilford with high academic standing in physics or math.

    Quaker Leadership Scholarship Program Endowment
    The endowment was established to provide scholarship and/or program costs as determined annually by the QLSP director and senior College staff.

    Amos and Martha Ragan Family Memorial Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1943 to provide able and worthy young men and women members of North Carolina Yearly Meeting with preference to young Friends from the Trinity and Archdale communities.

    Herbert T. and Elizabeth H. Ragan Fund
    The fund was established in 1968 to provide scholarship aid to Guilford students studying in the area of sports management, sports medicine or other related areas.

    William G. and Mary Perry Ragsdale Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1989 to provide scholarships to financially needy students.

    Marion L. Ralls Scholarship Fund
    The endowment was established in 1986 to provide sports medicine scholarships.

    Haul M. and Elizabeth W. Reddick Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1979 to provide scholarships.

    David Troll Rees Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1949 to provide scholarships for worthy students attending Guilford.

    Robert Register Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarships to students with demonstrated financial need with preference to majors in English or communications, or participating in the College’s overseas study program.

    Eric Reid Memorial Leadership Fund
    The fund was established in 1991 to provide an award to a rising senior who must be in good academic and judicial standing throughout his/her years at Guilford. The recipient should exhibit leadership involvement that enhances campus life, sustain a sense of contribution through his/her years as a student leader at Guilford, be recognized by peers as one who encourages community, and conduct himself/herself with a balanced sense of humor and an energy about life that inspires others.

    J. Paul Reynolds Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1984 to provide scholarships to one or more students enrolled at Guilford. The recipients must show particular potential in the arts or sciences and have a need for financial assistance.

    Lola Monroe Richardson Endowment Fund
    The fund was established in 1984 to provide scholarship assistance with preference given to incoming first-year students who wish to pursue a course of study in the area of first, business; second, math; and third, science. The recipients shall be of good academic ability with preference shown to students from first, Montgomery County; second, Randolph County; third, North Carolina; and fourth, the United States. It is intended that the scholarship provide assistance for one or more students for a four-year period with the requirement that a 2.2 grade-point average be maintained. The end of the second, fourth and sixth semesters will be used as appropriate periods for determining grade-point averages.

    Lunsford Richardson Jr. Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1991 to provide a scholarship for students with demonstrated financial need.

    Mamie G. Richardson Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established as an endowed scholarship for students at Guilford College with preference for, but not restriction to, members of the Religious Society or Friends.

    Charlotte M. Roberts Fund
    The fund was established in 1996 to provide support for Quaker students, particularly the Quaker Leadership Scholars Program, at Guilford.

    Rudd Scholarship and Loan Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships or loans to Guilford students demonstrating financial need and with preference to students from Alamance and Caswell Counties, N.C., and to boys who are above average in scholarship and extra-curricular activities. Students receiving such scholarships must be active members in a church of a Protestant Evangelical denomination and have exhibited qualities of leadership, high ideals and great willingness to be helpful to others.

    Clyde G. and Mattie K. Rush Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2000 to provide scholarships for students who are members of the United Methodist Church in North Carolina or The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in North Carolina. Additionally, these students shall have demonstrated a commitment to their respective church or Meeting and shall have graduated from any secondary school program in North Carolina which has been approved by the State of North Carolina. The recipient will be selected based on academic standing or potential, community service, character, leadership, and financial need. Preference shall be given to recipients who have demonstrated a willingness to support their financial need through the work-study program or any other work program administered by Guilford. Preference also shall be given to recipients who have expressed a desire to become upon graduation involved professionally in working in North Carolina with mentally retarded residents, the United Methodist Church or the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

    J. Henry Scattergood Scholarship Fund for Black Students
    The fund was established by the Friends’ Freedmen’s Association of Philadelphia to provide scholarships for black students.

    Lucy Stella Schieffelin Scholarship
    The fund was established in 1988 to provide scholarships for Guilford students.

    Mary Ina Shamburger Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide scholarships to Guilford students to recognize academic excellence.

    Joseph H. Sherrill Jr. Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1989 to provide scholarships to Guilford students with demonstrated financial need. The recipients are to be financially needy students from Forsyth County and other counties in northwest North Carolina.

    The B. Clyde Shore Endowment Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for North Carolina Quakers.

    Marvin H. & Pansy D. Shore Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1981 to provide scholarships to young people seeking Quaker higher education at Guilford.

    Wesley C. and Kathryn H. Siler Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for students at Guilford.

    Beulah H. Smith Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships for needy Protestant students.

    Elvira Lowe Smith Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1970 to provide scholarships for “worthy students at Guilford College.”

    William Frazier Smith Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1985 to provide financial aid with preference given to (1) the children of the pastor at New Garden Friends Meeting; (2) heirs of Patricia Johnston Faherty and T. J. Faherty; (3) Ross Kendall and Ryan Kendall, sons of Gary and Sheila Kendall; (4) Jason, Jamie and Melissa McClellan, children of Charles Richard McClellan Jr. and Peggy McClellan.

    Elisha T. and Louisa B. Snipes Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1952 to provide scholarship for lineal descendants of Elisha and Louisa Snipes attending Guilford and if none, then to “worthy” members of the Society of Friends attending Guilford.

    Hazel Steinfeldt Scholarship Trust
    The trust was established in 1991 to provide scholarships to one or two of Guilford’s current junior or senior students, preferably students having financial need. The recipients must have a commitment to work for peace and justice in the world and it should be reflected in their career plans and goals.

    Bruce Stewart Scholarships at Guilford College
    These scholarships support honorees from a pool of eligible first-year candidates based upon need and merit. While financial need will be a prerequisite for consideration, an excellent academic record is expected of all Stewart Scholars. A recipient may receive the scholarship in subsequent years until graduation (maximum of four years) provided they maintain a grade-point average of at least 3.25.

    David L. Stumpf Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1996 to provide one annual scholarship to a student who demonstrates financial need and has a strong record of academic achievement. The scholarship would be renewable each year during an undergraduate student’s career at Guilford as long as the student remains in good academic standing.

    Ella and Les Swindell Scholarship Endowment Fund
    The fund was established in 1994 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who meet the normal admission standards and are in good academic standing. Preference will be given to students from split families or single-parent families.

    Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarships for Guilford students of demonstrated financial aid eligibility, academic promise, high personal character and a commitment to public service.

    J. Spotswood Taylor Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1996 to provide tuition for needy students.

    Thomas Thompson Memorial Scholarships
    The scholarship was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who have a record of academic excellence, and who have a demonstrated financial need. Preference is to be given to students with a declared major in history or the humanities.

    Sidney H. Tomlinson Sr. Aid to Foreign Students
    The award was established in 1974 to provide scholarship assistance to foreign students.

    Board of Trustees Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1978 to provide scholarships, one for minority students and one for foreign students.

    Ulmer Family Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1990 to provide scholarships for students based on financial need.

    VanLeer-Campbell Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1996 to provide two scholarships annually: one to a Center for Continuing Education student and one to a traditional-age student. The recipient should have demonstrated financial need, a strong record of academic achievement and a commitment to community involvement during or immediately after College.

    Vick Scholarship Fund – Vick Manufacturing Co.
    The fund was established in 1945 to provide two annual scholarships to young men and women with proficient academic records in high school, ability for leadership and interest in chemistry or allied fields. Preferences will be given to residents of Greensboro, N.C.

    The Versal Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2003 to provide scholarships to students at Guilford with preference to those who are traditional upper-class students majoring in the hard sciences.

    Wachovia Fund for Leadership
    The fund was established to provide scholarships to juniors and seniors with financial need. The recipients must demonstrate leadership skills through active participation on campus and in the community.

    JM Ward North Carolina Fund
    The fund was established in 1948 to be used with preference for the following: JM Ward Scholarships to Guilford students from Ohio, Tennessee and North Carolina who appear qualified for training as prospective leaders in the Society of Friends.

    Elton and Edith Hedgecock Warrick Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1968 to provide scholarships to deserving students from Wayne County, N.C.

    Kenny R. Watson ’61 Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1982 to provide scholarships to Guilford students with financial need with preference to those students from Surry County.

    Mickey Dean Watson ’62 Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1982 to provide scholarships to students with financial need, with preference to those students from Surry County.

    Van L. Weatherspoon Jr. Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1989 to provide scholarships for students with outstanding attributes.

    Harry A. & Esther L. Wellons Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1983 to provide scholarships based on evidence of academic promise and demonstrated financial need.

    Frank Erwin and Ava Roberts Werner Endowed Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarships with preference given to students majoring in education studies (with an intent to enter careers in teaching or educational administration); business (economics, management or accounting); or, foreign languages (French, German, Spanish and Japanese). Additional preference shall be given to students from Judeo-Christian traditions. Recipients will be Guilford students with documented financial need.

    David J. White Memorial Fund
    The fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to Guilford students with demonstrated financial need.

    Henryanna H. White Scholarship
    The scholarship was created in 1923 to provide scholarships to aid -deserving students seeking an education.

    Nell Chilton White Scholarship
    The scholarship was established in 1987 to provide tuition scholarships for Guilford students who are members of First Friends.

    V. R. and Ruth L. White Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1968 to provide scholarships to Guilford students.

    Robert and Lottie Wall Wildman Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1977 to provide scholarships to Guilford students.

    Merry Moor Winnett Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to provide scholarship assistance for Guilford students who are in good academic standing and who have a demonstrated need, with preference given to students studying art, especially photography.

    Woodland Friends Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1995 to assist Quaker students studying at Guilford in the field of Christian service (ministry, music, Christian education, or missions).

    Thomas Wesley Wooten Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 1964 to provide scholarships for students preparing for Christian service, preferably members of the Society of Friends.

    Atha C. Wright Endowment Fund
    The fund was established in 1994 to provide scholarships for Guilford students.

    William L. Yates Scholarship Fund
    The fund was established in 2001 to provide scholarships to worthy students from North Carolina and South Carolina who need financial assistance to attend Guilford.

    Loan Funds
    George I. Alden Parent Loan Fund
    A financial aid loan fund for parents of current students.

    Charles Fletcher Allen Endowed Student Loan Fund
    The loan fund was established in 1993.

    Robert A. Blaylock Endowed Loan Fund
    The fund was established to provide a loan fund for Guilford students with the following guidelines: (A) Recipient(s) will be Guilford students with demonstrated financial need (as determined by the director of Student Financial Services) with preference given to U.S. citizens. (B) Recipient(s) will be working while attending college and will provide proof of employment. (C) Recipient(s) will maintain at least a C grade-point average. (D) Recipient(s) will agree to repay the loan upon leaving the College and under the same terms as outlined in the Community Senate Loan Fund.

    Argyle Elliott Brown ’31 Student Loan Fund
    The fund was established in 1988 to provide loans to students enrolled at Guilford.

    Seth C. and Hazel M. Macon GOAL Student Loan Fund
    The fund is designed to duplicate the existing GOAL fund currently being administered by Guilford that offers needy students an interest-free loan while they are enrolled full-time at Guilford for a period not to exceed eight academic semesters. The Macon GOAL loans offer the opportunity to have a portion of the debt cancelled for academic achievement.

    Sarah B. Price Educational Loan Trust Fund
    The fund was created to provide loans to students or parents of students to meet educational expenses while at Guilford. Selection of students is based on academic performance and financial need.

    George & Nita Roughgarden Loan Fund
    The fund was established in 1990 to make loans to deserving students to enable them to continue their education while attending Guilford.

    Prizes and Cash Awards
    Fred I. Courtney Fund for Scholars in Management
    The fund was established to provide scholarship grants to one or more students based primarily on academic excellence in management and demonstrated leadership potential.

    Frederic and Margaret Crownfield Religious Studies Fund
    The fund was established in 1982 to provide an annual prize to the student who submits the best paper in the field of religious studies as judged by the religious studies faculty.

    Leora Sherril O’Callaghan (Class of 1924) Memorial Fund
    The fund was established in 1953 to provide a cash prize to a graduating senior excelling in English with a preference to English composition. Each member of the junior class is to be eligible for the prize on the record of his junior year in English or on the judging of an English composition, as determined by committee approval.

    E. Garness Purdom Memorial Fund for Women in Physical Science
    The fund was established to encourage female students enrolled at Guilford to consider a major in the physical sciences or in science education. Students of physics, chemistry, mathematics, environmental studies, geology, astronomy and physical science education will submit proposals for consideration by a faculty committee from the physical science and mathematics departments. The award may be used for, but not limited to, funding travel to a meeting, seminar or workshop, travel or equipment or materials for research. Students would be encouraged, under the guidance of a faculty member, to propose creative and appropriate uses for the award.

    Womack Research Award
    The fund was established in 1997 to provide awards to encourage students, with demonstrated financial need, to continue their studies in the field of physics through a research project. The award recipient or recipients will be chosen by the Guilford faculty in the Department of Physics, and the selection should be independent of prior academic performance. This award or awards will usually be made annually and a recipient can receive this award more than once.

    Student Awards
    Dean’s List
    The Dean’s List, published at the end of each semester, consists of the names of students who carried at least eight credits of academic work for the part-time Dean’s List and at least 12 credits of academic work for the full-time Dean’s List in the previous semester and earned a 3.50 grade-point average.

    Graduating Honors
    Honors are awarded to graduating seniors who have attained a grade point average of 3.50. High Honors are awarded to seniors who have attained an average of 3.70.

    Eugene S. Hire Award
    Given to an outstanding upperclassman who exhibits a willingness to help others in their learning efforts.

    Guilford College Scholarship Society
    The Society was organized in 1937, the centennial year of the College, to encourage and recognize high academic achievement. Students with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 are eligible for election upon passing 60 credits of academic work at Guilford.

    Student College Marshals
    The Convocations and Celebrations Committee presents candidates for the role of student College marshal to the faculty each spring. Eligible students are sophomores or first-semester juniors with at least a 3.50 grade-point average. The marshals serve at commencement and public functions for the following two years. The student receiving the highest number of votes is designated chief marshal.

    Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges
    Based on nominations, seniors excelling at leadership and scholarship are named to this national list of high-achieving students.

    Faculty/Staff Awards
    Board of Visitors Award for Excellence in Academic Advising
    This award was established by the Board of Visitors in 2011 to be given to a faculty advisor that has advised as least two of the previous three years and will be nominated by the Academic Dean’s Office with final selection of the $1,000 award done by a committee of three faculty advisors, two students and one representative from the Board of Visitors.

    Bruce Stewart Teaching and Community Service Awards
    Named in honor of Stewart, a 1961 Guilford graduate who served the College as director of admissions, assistant professor of education, assistant to the president, acting academic dean, provost, acting president, associate to the vice president for development, trustee, chair of the Board of Trustees and trustee emeritus. Stewart is currently head of school at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. The awards of $5,000 each were generously established and endowed by Trustee Bill Soles ’81, his wife, Melanie, his sister, Jan Soles ’87; and their father, the late W. Roger Soles. The College awards three Stewart awards: two teaching awards for faculty and one community service award for staff.

    Professorships
    Raymond Binford Memorial Professorship Fund
    The professorship is to be used to provide, as a part of the core curriculum, such functioning knowledge of the scientific bases of physical and mental health as will enable the student to appreciate the significance of these fundamentals, and to make practical use of them in the intelligent direction of his own life and the maintenance of all phases of his personal health.

    Charles A. Dana Professorship
    The endowment was established to subsidize four Dana professors’ salaries.

    Eli Franklin and Minnie Phipps Craven Professorship of Religion
    The fund was established to be used for the purpose of promoting the teaching of religion at Guilford.

    Glaxo Wellcome Professorship in the Natural Sciences
    The professorship was established in 1997.

    H. Curt and Patricia S. Hege Professorship in the Arts and Humanities
    The professorship was established in 1985.

    Jefferson-Pilot Professorship Fund
    The professorship was established in 1970. It may be awarded in any academic discipline within the College.

    Robert K. Marshall English Professorship Fund
    The fund was established to support a professorship in the Department of English.

    Sulon Bibb Stedman Professorship
    The professorship was established in 1990 to be used toward the compensation and benefits of an outstanding faculty member in the academic areas of accounting, economics or management.

    John K. Voehringer, Jr. Business Professorship

    The fund was established to support a professorship in any academic discipline within the business management department.

    John A. Von Weissenfluh Chair of Ethics and Religion
    The chair was established with preference given to senior faculty in areas of religion, philosophy, ethics or psychology. The chair is concerned with the interdependence of the culture of any society and its religion with special emphasis on that function of religion which deals with the definition and maintenance of the mores of that society.

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      William Widdrington, 3rd Baron Widdrington1
      M, #434451, b. 26 January 1656, d. 10 February 1695

      William Widdrington, 3rd Baron Widdrington|b. 26 Jan 1656\nd. 10 Feb 1695|p43446.htm#i434451|William Widdrington, 2nd Baron Widdrington|b. 1631\nd. 1675|p42060.htm#i420595|Elizabeth Bertie|d. c 23 Jun 1715|p42060.htm#i420594|William Widdrington, 1st Baron Widdrington|b. 11 Jul 1610\nd. 25 Aug 1651|p47256.htm#i472555|Elizabeth Thorold|b. 1610\nd. a 1676|p47256.htm#i472556|Sir Peregrine Bertie||p42060.htm#i420591|Anne Hardeby||p42060.htm#i420592|

      Last Edited=2 Jul 2011
      William Widdrington, 3rd Baron Widdrington was born on 26 January 1656.2 He was the son of William Widdrington, 2nd Baron Widdrington and Elizabeth Bertie.2 He married Hon. Alathea Fairfax, daughter of Charles Fairfax, 5th Viscount Fairfax of Emmeley and Abigail Yate, in January 1677.1 He died on 10 February 1695 at age 39.2
      He gained the title of 3rd Baron Widdrington. He held the office of Governor of Berwick between 1686 and 1688.2
      Child of William Widdrington, 3rd Baron Widdrington and Hon. Alathea Fairfax
      William Widdrington, 4th Baron Widdrington of Blankney2 d. 19 Apr 1743
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 1372. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”
      Arnaud Milward Jones1
      M, #434452

      Last Edited=29 Mar 2010
      Child of Arnaud Milward Jones
      Richard Mansell Mansell-Jones2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1835. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Richard Mansell Mansell-Jones1
      M, #434453

      Richard Mansell Mansell-Jones||p43446.htm#i434453|Arnaud Milward Jones||p43446.htm#i434452||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Richard Mansell Mansell-Jones is the son of Arnaud Milward Jones.2 He married Penelope Marion Hawley, daughter of Sir David Henry Hawley, 7th Bt. and Hermione Gregson, on 30 June 1971.1
      He was chairman of Brown, Shipley and Company Ltd.1
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1835. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Stanley Percival Clark1
      M, #434454

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Stanley Percival Clark lived at Ipswich, Suffolk, England.1
      Child of Stanley Percival Clark
      Joan Helen Clark+2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Joan Helen Clark1
      F, #434455

      Joan Helen Clark||p43446.htm#i434455|Stanley Percival Clark||p43446.htm#i434454||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Joan Helen Clark is the daughter of Stanley Percival Clark.2 She married Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt., son of Sir Arthur Geoffrey Haworth, 2nd Bt. and Emily Dorothea Gaddum, on 21 April 1951.1
      From 21 April 1951, her married name became Haworth.
      Children of Joan Helen Clark and Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt.
      Christopher Haworth+2 b. 6 Nov 1951
      Penelope Jane Haworth+2 b. 29 Jun 1953
      Mark Haworth2 b. 19 Nov 1956
      Dr. Simon Nicholas Haworth+2 b. 20 Apr 1961
      Adam Ewart Haworth+2 b. 3 May 1964
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.

      Christopher Haworth1
      M, #434456, b. 6 November 1951

      Christopher Haworth|b. 6 Nov 1951|p43446.htm#i434456|Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt.|b. 17 Jan 1927|p43459.htm#i434584|Joan Helen Clark||p43446.htm#i434455|Sir Arthur G. Haworth, 2nd Bt.|b. 5 Apr 1896\nd. 1987|p43459.htm#i434581|Emily D. Gaddum|b. 22 Jul 1901\nd. 1980|p43459.htm#i434583|Stanley P. Clark||p43446.htm#i434454||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Christopher Haworth was born on 6 November 1951.1 He is the son of Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt. and Joan Helen Clark.2 He married Susan Rachel Ives, daughter of David Ives, in 1994.1
      He was educated at Rugby School, Rugby, Warwickshire, England.1 He graduated from Reading University, Reading, Berkshire, England, with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.).1 He was registered as a Professional Associate, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (A.R.I.C.S.).1 He lived in 2003 at The Flint Barn, West Farm, Barnham, Suffolk, England.1
      Children of Christopher Haworth and Susan Rachel Ives
      Oliver Haworth2 b. 20 Oct 1996
      Annabelle Haworth2 b. 2 Nov 1998
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      David Ives1
      M, #434457

      Last Edited=8 Apr 2010
      Child of David Ives
      Susan Rachel Ives+2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Susan Rachel Ives1
      F, #434458

      Susan Rachel Ives||p43446.htm#i434458|David Ives||p43446.htm#i434457||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Susan Rachel Ives is the daughter of David Ives.2 She married, firstly, Jonathan Dent before 1994.1 She married, secondly, Christopher Haworth, son of Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt. and Joan Helen Clark, in 1994.1
      From before 1994, her married name became Dent.1 From 1994, her married name became Haworth.
      Children of Susan Rachel Ives and Christopher Haworth
      Oliver Haworth2 b. 20 Oct 1996
      Annabelle Haworth2 b. 2 Nov 1998
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Oliver Haworth1
      M, #434459, b. 20 October 1996

      Oliver Haworth|b. 20 Oct 1996|p43446.htm#i434459|Christopher Haworth|b. 6 Nov 1951|p43446.htm#i434456|Susan Rachel Ives||p43446.htm#i434458|Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt.|b. 17 Jan 1927|p43459.htm#i434584|Joan H. Clark||p43446.htm#i434455|David Ives||p43446.htm#i434457||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Oliver Haworth was born on 20 October 1996.1 He is the son of Christopher Haworth and Susan Rachel Ives.2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1836. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Annabelle Haworth1
      F, #434460, b. 2 November 1998

      Annabelle Haworth|b. 2 Nov 1998|p43446.htm#i434460|Christopher Haworth|b. 6 Nov 1951|p43446.htm#i434456|Susan Rachel Ives||p43446.htm#i434458|Sir Philip Haworth, 3rd Bt.|b. 17 Jan 1927|p43459.htm#i434584|Joan H. Clark||p43446.htm#i434455|David Ives||p43446.htm#i434457||||

      Last Edited=6 Jan 2012
      Annabelle Haworth was born on 2 November 1998.1 She is the daughter of Christopher Haworth and Susan Rachel Ives

      http://thepeerage.com/p22594.htm
      Rosemary Frazer Mackie1
      F, #225931

      Rosemary Frazer Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Thomas Frazer Mackie||p22593.htm#i225930||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Rosemary Frazer Mackie is the daughter of Thomas Frazer Mackie.2 She married Peter Aubrey Clark, son of Sir George Ernest Clark, 2nd Bt. and Norah Ann Wilson, on 3 April 1951.1
      From 3 April 1951, her married name became Clark.
      Children of Rosemary Frazer Mackie and Peter Aubrey Clark
      Richard Henry Frazer Clark+2 b. 28 Oct 1952
      Michael Peter George Clark+2 b. 14 Mar 1955
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Richard Henry Frazer Clark1
      M, #225932, b. 28 October 1952

      Richard Henry Frazer Clark|b. 28 Oct 1952|p22594.htm#i225932|Peter Aubrey Clark|b. 19 Jun 1927|p22593.htm#i225929|Rosemary Frazer Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Sir George E. Clark, 2nd Bt.|b. 25 Jul 1882\nd. 10 Nov 1950|p22592.htm#i225918|Norah A. Wilson|d. 12 Mar 1966|p22592.htm#i225920|Thomas F. Mackie||p22593.htm#i225930||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Richard Henry Frazer Clark was born on 28 October 1952.1 He is the son of Peter Aubrey Clark and Rosemary Frazer Mackie.2 He married Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Edmund Irvine Smith, in 1977.1
      He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, Perthshire, Scotland.1 He lived in 2003 at 4 Beechfield Drive, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1
      Children of Richard Henry Frazer Clark and Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith
      Linda Helen Clark2 b. 1978
      Fiona Elizabeth Clark2 b. 1980
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Edmund Irvine Smith1
      M, #225933

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Edmund Irvine Smith lived at Ellenvine, Craigavad, County Down, Ireland.1
      Child of Edmund Irvine Smith
      Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith+2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith1
      F, #225934

      Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith||p22594.htm#i225934|Edmund Irvine Smith||p22594.htm#i225933||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith is the daughter of Edmund Irvine Smith.2 She married Richard Henry Frazer Clark, son of Peter Aubrey Clark and Rosemary Frazer Mackie, in 1977.1
      From 1977, her married name became Clark.
      Children of Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith and Richard Henry Frazer Clark
      Linda Helen Clark2 b. 1978
      Fiona Elizabeth Clark2 b. 1980
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Linda Helen Clark1
      F, #225935, b. 1978

      Linda Helen Clark|b. 1978|p22594.htm#i225935|Richard Henry Frazer Clark|b. 28 Oct 1952|p22594.htm#i225932|Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith||p22594.htm#i225934|Peter A. Clark|b. 19 Jun 1927|p22593.htm#i225929|Rosemary F. Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Edmund I. Smith||p22594.htm#i225933||||

      Last Edited=24 Mar 2007
      Linda Helen Clark was born in 1978.1 She is the daughter of Richard Henry Frazer Clark and Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith.2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.

      Fiona Elizabeth Clark1
      F, #225936, b. 1980

      Fiona Elizabeth Clark|b. 1980|p22594.htm#i225936|Richard Henry Frazer Clark|b. 28 Oct 1952|p22594.htm#i225932|Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith||p22594.htm#i225934|Peter A. Clark|b. 19 Jun 1927|p22593.htm#i225929|Rosemary F. Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Edmund I. Smith||p22594.htm#i225933||||

      Last Edited=24 Mar 2007
      Fiona Elizabeth Clark was born in 1980.1 She is the daughter of Richard Henry Frazer Clark and Hazel Yvonne Elizabeth Smith.2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Michael Peter George Clark1
      M, #225937, b. 14 March 1955

      Michael Peter George Clark|b. 14 Mar 1955|p22594.htm#i225937|Peter Aubrey Clark|b. 19 Jun 1927|p22593.htm#i225929|Rosemary Frazer Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Sir George E. Clark, 2nd Bt.|b. 25 Jul 1882\nd. 10 Nov 1950|p22592.htm#i225918|Norah A. Wilson|d. 12 Mar 1966|p22592.htm#i225920|Thomas F. Mackie||p22593.htm#i225930||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Michael Peter George Clark was born on 14 March 1955.1 He is the son of Peter Aubrey Clark and Rosemary Frazer Mackie.2 He married Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster, daughter of Martin Reid-Foster, in 1976.1
      He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, Perthshire, Scotland.1 He lived in 2003 at Bonner Lodge, Colquhoun Street, Helensburgh, Argyllshire, Scotland.1
      Children of Michael Peter George Clark and Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster
      Paul Michael Frazer Clark2 b. 1978
      Jamie Stewart Clark2 b. 1979
      Garry Martin Clark2 b. 1982
      Katie Jane Clark2 b. 1984
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Martin Reid-Foster1
      M, #225938

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Martin Reid-Foster lived at Flagpoint, Campbell Street, Helensburgh, Argyllshire, Scotland.1
      Child of Martin Reid-Foster
      Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster+2
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster1
      F, #225939

      Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster||p22594.htm#i225939|Martin Reid-Foster||p22594.htm#i225938||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster is the daughter of Martin Reid-Foster.2 She married Michael Peter George Clark, son of Peter Aubrey Clark and Rosemary Frazer Mackie, in 1976.1
      From 1976, her married name became Clark.
      Children of Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster and Michael Peter George Clark
      Paul Michael Frazer Clark2 b. 1978
      Jamie Stewart Clark2 b. 1979
      Garry Martin Clark2 b. 1982
      Katie Jane Clark2 b. 1984
      Citations
      [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 805. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
      Paul Michael Frazer Clark1
      M, #225940, b. 1978

      Paul Michael Frazer Clark|b. 1978|p22594.htm#i225940|Michael Peter George Clark|b. 14 Mar 1955|p22594.htm#i225937|Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster||p22594.htm#i225939|Peter A. Clark|b. 19 Jun 1927|p22593.htm#i225929|Rosemary F. Mackie||p22594.htm#i225931|Martin Reid-Foster||p22594.htm#i225938||||

      Last Edited=26 Mar 2007
      Paul Michael Frazer Clark was born in 1978.1 He is the son of Michael Peter George Clark and Sandra Muriel Jane Foster Reid-Foster.2 He married Nanette Elizabeth Green, daughter of Tony Green, in 2001.1
      He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, Perthshire, Scotland.

  4. Renee says:

    Wesley Clark – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Clark’s paternal great-grandfather was a Belarusian Jew who immigrated to the United States in response to the Pale of Settlement and anti-Semitic violence from Russian pogroms. Clark’s grandfather, Jacob Kanne, graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve as an ensign during World War I, although he was never assigned to a combat mission. Kanne, living in Chicago, became involved with ward politics in the 1920s as a prosecutor and served in local offices. He went on to serve as a delegate to the 1932 Democratic National Convention that nominated Franklin D. Roosevelt as the party’s presidential candidate[11] (though his name does not appear on the published roll of convention delegates). His mother was Methodist, and was of English ancestry.[12]

    Kanne came from the Kohen family line,[13] and Clark’s son has characterized Clark’s parents’ marriage, between his Methodist mother, Veneta (née Updegraff), and his Jewish father, Benjamin Jacob Kanne,[14] as “about as multicultural as you could’ve gotten in 1944”.[15]

    Clark was born Wesley Kanne in Chicago on December 23, 1944. His father Benjamin died on December 6, 1948, following which his mother then moved the family to Little Rock, Arkansas. This move was made for a variety of reasons, including escaping the greater cost of living in a large city such as Chicago, the support Veneta’s family in Arkansas could provide, and her feeling of being an outsider to the remaining Kanne family as she did not share their religion.[16] Once in Little Rock, Veneta married Viktor Clark, whom she met while working as a secretary for a local bank.[17] Viktor raised Wesley as his son, and officially adopted him on Wesley’s 16th birthday. Wesley’s name was changed to Wesley Kanne Clark. Viktor Clark’s name actually replaced that of Wesley’s biological father on his birth certificate, something Wesley would later say that he wished they had not done.[18] Veneta raised Wesley without telling him of his Jewish ancestry to protect him from the anti-Semitic activities of the Ku Klux Klan occurring in the South at the time.[19] Although his mother was Methodist, Clark chose a Baptist church after moving to Little Rock and continued attending it throughout his childhood.[20]

    He graduated from Hall High School with a National Merit Scholarship, and helped take their swim team to the state championship, filling in for a sick teammate by swimming two legs of a relay.[15][21][22] Clark has often repeated the anecdote that he decided he wanted to go to West Point after meeting a cadet with glasses who told Clark (who wore glasses as well) that one did not need perfect vision to attend West Point as Clark had thought.[15][23] Clark applied, and was accepted on April 24, 1962

  5. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_A._Clarke
    In 1973, he began work in the federal government as a management intern[6] in the U.S. Department of Defense. Beginning in 1985, Clarke served in the Reagan administration as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence. During the Presidential administration of George H.W. Bush, as the Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs, he coordinated diplomatic efforts to support the 1990-1991 Gulf War and the subsequent security arrangements. During the Clinton administration, Clarke became the counter-terrorism coordinator for the National Security Council. He also advised Madeleine Albright during the Genocide in Rwanda, to request the UN to withdraw all UN troops from Rwanda. She refused and permitted Gen. Dallaire to keep a few hundred troops who managed to save thousands from the genocide. Later Clarke told Samantha Powers “It wasn’t in American’s national interest. If we had to do the same thing today and I was advising the President, I would advise the same thing.” He directed the authoring of PDD-25[7] which outlined a reduced military and economic role for the United States in Rwanda as well as future peacekeeping operations. He remained counter-terrorism coordinator during the first year of the George W. Bush administration, and later was the Special Advisor to the President on cybersecurity and cyberterrorism. He resigned from the Bush administration in 2003.

  6. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Clark_(musician)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._%26_J._Clark
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Clark
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clark_Bar

    *NOTE* Phillips*
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petula_Clark

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimberly-Clark
    Kimberly, Clark and Co. was founded in 1872 by John A. Kimberly, Havilah Babcock, Charles B. Clark, and Franklyn C. Shattuck in Neenah, Wisconsin with US$30,000 capitalization.[4] The group’s first business was operating paper mills, which the collective expanded throughout the following decades. In 1914 the company developed cellu-cotton, a cotton substitute used by the United States Army as surgical cotton during World War I. Army nurses used cellu-cotton pads as disposable sanitary napkins,[citation needed] and six years later the company introduced Kotex, the first[contradictory] disposable feminine hygiene product. Kleenex, a disposable handkerchief, followed in 1924. Kimberly & Clark joined with The New York Times Company in 1926 to build a newsprint mill in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada. Two years later, the company went public as Kimberly-Clark.[citation needed]

    The firm expanded internationally during the 1950s, opening plants in Mexico, Germany and the United Kingdom. It began operations in 17 more foreign locations in the 1960s.[citation needed] The company formed Midwest Express Airlines from its corporate flight department in 1984. Kimberly-Clark’s headquarters moved from Neenah, Wisconsin to Irving, Texas the following year.[citation needed]. Under the superior leadership of Darwin Smith as CEO from 1971 to 1991, company went from being a mediocre business paper company to a highly successful consumer paper products company.

    In 1991, Kimberly-Clark and The New York Times Company sold their jointly owned paper mill in Kapuskasing, Ontario. Kimberly-Clark entered a joint venture to produce personal care products in Argentina in 1994 and also bought the feminine hygiene units of VP-Schickedanz (Germany) and Handan Comfort and Beauty Group (China).[citation needed]

    Kimberly-Clark bought Scott Paper in 1995 for $9.4 billion.[4] In 1997, Kimberly-Clark sold its 50% stake in Canada’s Scott Paper to forest products company Kruger Inc. and bought diaper operations in Spain and Portugal and disposable surgical face masks maker Tecnol Medical Products. Augmenting its presence in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, in 1999 the company paid $365 million for the tissue business of Swiss-based Attisholz Holding.[citation needed] Adding to its offerings of medical products, the company bought Ballard Medical Products in 1999 for $744 million and examination glove maker Safeskin in 2000 for about $800 million.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimberley,_Northern_Cape
    *NOTE* Also see Cecil Rhodes Davis, William Rhodes Davis, Gov. Gray Davis (ENRON), Debeers and Rothschild.

  7. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huguette_Clark
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_A._Clark
    United States Senator
    from Montana
    In office
    March 4, 1899 – May 15, 1900
    March 4, 1901 – March 4, 1907
    Preceded by Lee Mantle
    Thomas H. Carter
    Succeeded by Paris Gibson
    Joseph M. Dixon
    Personal details
    Born (1839-01-08)January 8, 1839
    Connellsville, Pennsylvania
    Died March 2, 1925(1925-03-02) (aged 86)
    New York City, New York
    Resting place Woodlawn Cemetery
    Political party Democratic
    Spouse(s) Catherine “Kate” Clark, Anna Eugenia La Chapelle Clark
    Children William Andrews Clark, Jr., Andrée Clark, Huguette M. Clark, Charles W. Clark, Katherine Clark Morris, Mary J. Clark
    Alma mater Iowa Wesleyan College
    Net worth USD $150 million at the time of his death (approximately 1/609th of US GNP

    He soon changed careers again and became a banker in Deer Lodge, Montana. He repossessed mining properties when owners defaulted on their loans, placing him in the mining industry. He made a fortune with small smelters, electric power companies, newspapers, railroads and other businesses, becoming known as one of three “Copper Kings” of Butte, Montana, along with Marcus Daly and F. Augustus Heinze.

    Between 1884 and 1888, Clark constructed a 34-room, Tiffany-decorated, multimillion dollar home, incorporating the most modern inventions available, in Butte, Montana. This home is now the Copper King Mansion bed-and-breakfast and museum.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38810137/

  8. Renee says:

    William Andrews Clark ? Andrew(s)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_G._Ayers

    Thomas G. Ayers (February 16, 1915, Detroit, Michigan – June 8, 2007, Chicago, Illinois) was president (1964–1980), CEO and chairman (1973–1980) of Commonwealth Edison.[1]

    Ayers served as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Northwestern University, the Erikson Institute, the Bank Street College of Education in New York City, the Chicago Symphony, the Chicago Community Trust, the Chicago Urban League, the Community Renewal Society, the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, Chicago United, the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, and Dearborn Park Corp.,[1] and served as vice president of the Chicago Board of Education.[2]

    NOTE* Ericson Institute*
    Barbara Taylor Bowman (born October 30, 1928) is an award-winning early childhood education expert/advocate, professor, and author. Her areas of expertise include early childhood care/education, educational equity for minority and low-income children, as well as intergenerational family support and roles.[1] She has served on several boards and was the co-founder of the Erikson Institute, where she pioneered the teaching of early childhood education and administration.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erikson_Institute
    *NOTE* Mother of Valerie Jarrett:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_T._Bowman

    Ayers also served on the board of directors of Sears, G.D. Searle, Chicago Pacific Corp., Zenith Corp., Northwest Industries, General Dynamics Corp. of St. Louis, First National Bank of Chicago, the Chicago Cubs, and the Tribune Co.[1]

    In 1938, he married Mary Andrew, the mother of his children. His son William Ayers, once the leader of the radical Weather Underground, has been a professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago since 1987.[3] His son John Ayers, once on the staff (1983–1986) of former U.S. Rep. Lane Evans (D-IL), is a national leader in charter school development

    http://thepeerage.com/p40598.htm

    • Renee says:

      Fergusson/ Ayers
      http://thepeerage.com/p40598.htm

      Newman/ Ayers/ Holmes/ Bishop
      http://www.thepeerage.com/p52817.htm#i528161

      Ayers/ Bennett/ Porter etc..
      http://www.thepeerage.com/p43777.htm

      Wright/ Ferguson
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Barrantes

      Hines/ Lockheart/ Ayers/ Howard/ Cassidy etc..
      http://www.thepeerage.com/p32154.htm

      http://www.thepeerage.com/p40651.htm#i406504
      Elizabeth Melvinia Hines
      F, #321511, b. 1831, d. 1906

      Last Edited=28 Nov 2008
      Elizabeth Melvinia Hines was born in 1831. She married Thomas Jefferson Blythe, son of Andrew J. Blythe and Jane (?), in November 1867. She died in 1906.
      Her married name became Blythe.
      John F. Hines
      M, #321512, b. circa 1833, d. 11 November 1902

      John F. Hines|b. c 1833\nd. 11 Nov 1902|p32152.htm#i321512|Elias Hines|d. 30 May 1846|p32153.htm#i321530|Mary (?)|b. c 1808|p32154.htm#i321531|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=28 Nov 2008
      John F. Hines was born circa 1833 at Tennessee, U.S.A.. He was the son of Elias Hines and Mary (?). He married Eliza Emily Lockhart, daughter of unknown Lockhart and Martha (?), on 9 May 1852 at Tippah County, Mississippi, U.S.A.. He died on 11 November 1902 at Parker County, Texas, U.S.A..
      He served as a Private in H 23 Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.,
      enlisting 19 Sep 1861 and served until discharged from a
      Union prison 19 June 1865. With his regiment he was captured
      at the Battle of Fort Donelson, 19 feb. 1862; exchanged
      at Vicksburg 3 Sep 1862 and captured near Nashville 15 Dec 1864.
      Both times he was imprisoned at Camp Douglas near Chicago.
      Child of John F. Hines and Eliza Emily Lockhart
      Frances Ellen Hines+ b. 2 Dec 1857, d. 11 Jul 1936
      Eliza Emily Lockhart
      F, #321513, b. 18 October 1832, d. 27 December 1904

      Eliza Emily Lockhart|b. 18 Oct 1832\nd. 27 Dec 1904|p32152.htm#i321513|unknown Lockhart|d. b 1850|p32154.htm#i321532|Martha (?)|b. c 1797|p32154.htm#i321533|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=14 Mar 2009
      Eliza Emily Lockhart was born on 18 October 1832 at North Carolina, U.S.A.. She was the daughter of unknown Lockhart and Martha (?). She married John F. Hines, son of Elias Hines and Mary (?), on 9 May 1852 at Tippah County, Mississippi, U.S.A.. She died on 27 December 1904 at age 72 at Tippah County, Mississippi, U.S.A.. She was buried at Lowry Cemetery, Tippah County, Mississippi, U.S.A..
      From 9 May 1852, her married name became Hines.
      Child of Eliza Emily Lockhart and John F. Hines
      Frances Ellen Hines+ b. 2 Dec 1857, d. 11 Jul 1936
      unknown Ayers
      M, #321514

      unknown Ayers||p32152.htm#i321514|unknown Ayers||p32154.htm#i321534||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=14 Mar 2009
      unknown Ayers was born at Ireland. He is the son of unknown Ayers.
      Child of unknown Ayers and unknown wife (?)
      Simpson Green Ayers+ b. 27 Oct 1820, d. 27 May 1897
      unknown wife (?)
      F, #321515

      Last Edited=14 Mar 2009
      unknown wife (?) was born at U.S.A.
      Child of unknown wife (?) and unknown Ayers
      Simpson Green Ayers+ b. 27 Oct 1820, d. 27 May 1897

      unknown Hayes
      M, #321516

      Last Edited=23 Apr 2009
      unknown Hayes was born at Ireland.
      Child of unknown Hayes
      Hattie Hayes+ b. 1852, d. 16 Aug 1935
      Donald Dignan1
      M, #321517, b. circa 1908

      Donald Dignan|b. c 1908|p32152.htm#i321517|Gordon Dignan|b. 1880|p15581.htm#i155806|Ann McLiver|b. 17 Apr 1884\nd. 13 Oct 1956|p15581.htm#i155804|||||||John McLiver|b. c 1845\nd. 1906|p15580.htm#i155800|Almira E. Christian|b. 24 Dec 1847\nd. 1918|p15579.htm#i155788|

      Last Edited=23 Apr 2009
      Donald Dignan was born circa 1908 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 He is the son of Gordon Dignan and Ann McLiver.1
      He was given the name of Gordan Dignan at birth.2 He emigrated to Australia arriving on circa 1932.2
      Child of Donald Dignan
      Ted Dignan2
      Citations
      [S3730] Ruth Bonniface, “re: Dignan Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 23 April 2009. Hereinafter cited as “re: Dignan Family.”
      [S3731] Ted Dignan, “re: Dignan Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger LUNDY (101053), 18 April 2009. Hereinafter cited as “re: Dignan Family.”
      George Washington Cassidy
      M, #321518, b. circa 1829, d. 13 May 1886

      George Washington Cassidy|b. c 1829\nd. 13 May 1886|p32152.htm#i321518|Levi Cassidy|b. c 1790|p32154.htm#i321535|Rachel (?)|b. c 1807\nd. a 1850|p32154.htm#i321536|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=26 May 2012
      George Washington Cassidy was born circa 1829 at Chesterfield District, South Carolina, U.S.A.. He was the son of Levi Cassidy and Rachel (?). He married Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove, daughter of Jesse Snelgrove and Elizabeth Howard, circa 1852. He died on 13 May 1886 at Red Level, Covington County, Alabama, U.S.A..
      Child of George Washington Cassidy and Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove
      James M. Cassidy+ b. Nov 1855, d. c 1908
      Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove
      F, #321519, b. circa 1837, d. 20 April 1920

      Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove|b. c 1837\nd. 20 Apr 1920|p32152.htm#i321519|Jesse Snelgrove|b. 25 Feb 1792\nd. 23 Jul 1876|p32154.htm#i321537|Elizabeth Howard|b. 4 Jun 1790\nd. 19 Dec 1884|p32154.htm#i321538|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=26 May 2012
      Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove was born circa 1837 at Early County, Georgia, U.S.A.. She was the daughter of Jesse Snelgrove and Elizabeth Howard. She married George Washington Cassidy, son of Levi Cassidy and Rachel (?), circa 1852. She died on 20 April 1920 at Red Level, Covington County, Alabama, U.S.A..
      From circa 1852, her married name became Cassidy.
      Child of Nancy Ann Josephine Snelgrove and George Washington Cassidy
      James M. Cassidy+ b. Nov 1855, d. c 1908
      William James Russell
      M, #321520, b. 14 January 1825, d. 23 January 1897

      William James Russell|b. 14 Jan 1825\nd. 23 Jan 1897|p32152.htm#i321520|Simon Russell|b. c 1800\nd. 1824|p32154.htm#i321539|Nancy (?)|d. a 1840|p32154.htm#i321540|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=28 Nov 2008
      William James Russell was born on 14 January 1825 at South Carolina, U.S.A.. He was the son of Simon Russell and Nancy (?). He died on 23 January 1897 at age 72 at Parker Township, Nevada County, Arkansas, U.S.A..
      Child of William James Russell and Mary E. Spradley
      Sarah Louisa Russell+ b. Nov 1858, d. 9 Apr 1945

  9. Renee says:

    Clark/ Hendrix/ Shields etc..
    http://www.thepeerage.com/p40652.htm

    Hines/ Blythe/ Baum/ Ayers
    http://www.thepeerage.com/p32151.htm

    Hines/ Ayers/ Cassidy/ Dell
    http://www.thepeerage.com/p32150.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hillary_Rodham_Clinton
    Hillary Diane Rodham[nb 1] was born at Edgewater Hospital in Chicago, Illinois.[1][2] She was raised in a United Methodist family, first in Chicago and then, from the age of three, in suburban Park Ridge, Illinois.[3] Her father, Hugh Ellsworth Rodham (1911–1993), was of Welsh and English descent;[4] he managed a successful small business in the textile industry.[5] Her mother, Dorothy Emma Howell (1919–2011), was a homemaker of English, Scottish, French Canadian, French, and Welsh descent.[4][6] Hillary grew up with two younger brothers, Hugh and Tony.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Clinton
    William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III; August 19, 1946) is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Inaugurated at age 46, he was the third-youngest president. He took office at the end of the Cold War, and was the first president of the baby boomer generation. Clinton has been described as a New Democrat. Many of his policies have been attributed to a centrist Third Way philosophy of governance.

    Bill Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe, III, at Julia Chester Hospital in Hope, Arkansas.[1][2] His father, William Jefferson Blythe, Jr., was a traveling salesman who died in an automobile accident three months before Bill was born.[3] His mother, Virginia Dell Cassidy (1923–1994), traveled to New Orleans to study nursing soon after he was born. She left Bill in Hope with grandparents Eldridge and Edith Cassidy, who owned and ran a small grocery store.[2] At a time when the Southern United States was segregated racially, Bill’s grandparents sold goods on credit to people of all races.[2] In 1950, Bill’s mother returned from nursing school and married Roger Clinton, Sr., who owned an automobile dealership in Hot Springs, Arkansas with his brother.[2] The family moved to Hot Springs in 1950.

    Bill Clinton boyhood home in Hope, ArkansasAlthough he assumed use of his stepfather’s surname, it was not until Billy (as he was known then) turned fifteen[4] that he formally adopted the surname Clinton as a gesture toward his stepfather.[2] Clinton says he remembers his stepfather as a gambler and an alcoholic who regularly abused his mother and half-brother, Roger Clinton, Jr., to the point where he intervened multiple times with the threat of violence to protect them.[2][5]

    In Hot Springs, Bill attended St. John’s Catholic Elementary School, Ramble Elementary School, and Hot Springs High School – where he was an active student leader, avid reader, and musician.[2] He was in the chorus and played the tenor saxophone, winning first chair in the state band’s saxophone section.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Peck
    Eldred Gregory Peck was born in La Jolla, California, the son of Missouri-born Bernice Mae “Bunny” (née Ayres) and Gregory Pearl Peck, a New York-born chemist and pharmacist. His father was of Irish (maternal) heritage and English (paternal) heritage,[2][3] while his mother had Scottish and English ancestry.[4] Peck’s father was a Catholic and his mother converted upon marrying his father. Peck was related to Thomas Ashe, who took part in the Easter Rising fewer than three weeks after Peck’s birth and died while on hunger strike in 1917, through his Irish-born paternal grandmother, Catherine Ashe. Peck’s parents divorced by the time he was six years old and he spent the next few years being raised by his maternal grandmother.

    http://thepeerage.com/p32152.htm

    http://www.thepeerage.com/p40597.htm

  10. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Bell
    Arthur William “Art” Bell, III (born June 17, 1945) is an American broadcaster and author known primarily as one of the founders and the original host of the paranormal-themed radio program Coast to Coast AM.[3] He also created and formerly hosted its companion show Dreamland. Semi-retired from Coast to Coast AM since 2003, he hosted the show many weekends for the following four years. He announced his retirement from weekend hosting on July 1, 2007, but occasionally serves as a guest host. He attributed the reason for this latest retirement to a desire to spend time with his new wife and his daughter, born May 30, 2007. He added that unlike his previous “retirements,” this one will stand, while leaving open the option to return. Classic Bell-hosted episodes of Coast to Coast AM can be heard in some markets on Saturday nights under the name Somewhere in Time.

    Bell founded and was the original owner of Pahrump, Nevada-based radio station KNYE 95.1 FM. His broadcast studio and transmitter were located near his home in Pahrump while he hosted Coast to Coast AM except from June to December 2006, when he lived in the Philippines. He returned to the Philippines March 10, 2009 with his family after having significant difficulties obtaining a U.S. visa for his wife Airyn.
    Art Bell was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina to Arthur Bell, Jr., a United States Marine Corps Captain, and Jane Gumaer Bell, a Marine drill instructor. Arthur Bell, Jr. died in 2000 and Jane Bell died December 23, 2008.

    Art Bell III was always interested in radio and at the age of 13 became a licensed amateur radio operator. Bell now holds an Extra Class license, which is in the top U.S. Federal Communications Commission license class. His call sign is W6OBB.

    Bell served in the U.S. Air Force as a medic during the Vietnam War and in his free time operated a pirate radio station at Amarillo Air Force Base. He would go out of his way to play anti-war music (like “Eve of Destruction” and “Fortunate Son”) that was not aired on the American Forces Network.[5]

    After leaving military service he stayed in Asia, living on the Japanese island of Okinawa where he worked as a disc jockey for KSBK, the only non-military English-language station in Japan. While there, he set a Guinness World Record by staying on the air for 116 hours and 15 minutes. The money raised there allowed Bell to charter a DC-8, fly to Vietnam, and rescue 130 Vietnamese orphans stranded in Saigon at the war’s end. They were eventually brought to the United States and adopted by American families.[6]

    Bell returned to the United States and studied engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park. He dropped out and returned to radio as a board operator and chief engineer, and had opportunity to be on the air a few times. For several years he worked behind and in front of the microphone. After a period of working in cable television, in 1989 the 50,000-watt KDWN in Las Vegas, Nevada offered Bell a five-hour time slot in the middle of the night. Syndication of his program to other radio stations began in 1993.

    [edit] Broadcasting careerArt Bell was living in Watsonville, California and worked for KIDD 630 AM in Monterey, California during the early 70s.[citation needed] He also owned a dating service[citation needed] and worked for KMST channel 46.[citation needed]

    First a rock music jockey before moving into talk radio, Bell’s original 1978 late-night Las Vegas program on KDWN was a political call-in show under the name West Coast AM.[2] In 1988, Bell and Alan Corberth renamed the show Coast to Coast AM and moved its broadcast from the Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas to Bell’s home in Pahrump.[2]

    Broadcast facilities of KNYE in Pahrump, Nevada.Bell abandoned conventional political talk in favor of topics such as gun control and conspiracy theories, leading to a significant bump in his overnight ratings. The show’s focus again shifted significantly after the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. Many in the media did not want to be blamed for inciting anti-government or militia actions like the bombing. Subsequently, Bell discussed off-beat topics like the paranormal, the occult, UFOs, protoscience and pseudo-science. During his tenure at KDWN Bell met and married his second wife, Ramona, who later handled production and management duties for the program.

    According to The Washington Post in its February 23, 1997 edition: Art Bell was at the time America’s highest-rated late-night radio talk show host, broadcast on 328 stations. According to The Oregonian in its June 22, 1997 edition, Coast To Coast AM with Art Bell was on 460 stations. At its initial peak in popularity, Coast To Coast AM was syndicated on more than 500 radio stations and claimed 15 million listeners nightly. Bell’s studios were located in his home in the town of Pahrump, located in Nye County, Nevada; hence the voice-over catchphrase, “from the Kingdom of Nye.”

    [edit] Critical reputationFans regard Bell as a master showman, noting that he calls his show “absolute entertainment”[7] and expressly says he does not necessarily accept every guest or caller’s claims but only offers a forum where they will not be openly ridiculed. Bell was one of only a few talk show hosts who did not screen incoming calls, but this changed in 2006. On the October 31, 2006 edition of Coast to Coast AM, (renamed for the night to Ghost to Ghost AM), Bell was asked why he was now using call screeners. The explanation given was that for him to use unscreened open phone lines while in the Philippines would require listeners to call there directly at enormous cost to them. Art admitted that he should have chosen New Zealand instead of the Philippines as an alternative to the USA. He said, “It was a bad choice, and I’ll regret it, one day, in the near future.” He subsequently stopped screening calls upon his return to the United States.

    His calm attitude, patient questions, and ability to tease substance from nebulous statements of callers and guests gave his show a relaxed yet serious atmosphere. This earned him praise from those who declare that the paranormal deserves a mature outlet of discussion in the media as well as the approval of those simply amused by the nightly parade of bizarre, typically fringe topics. Ed Dames, Richard C. Hoagland, Terence McKenna, Dannion Brinkley, David John Oates, and Robert Bigelow have all been regular guests. Some of Bell’s regular guests, particularly Hoagland, continue to be regular guests on Coast to Coast AM now hosted by George Noory.

    Bell’s own interests, however, extend beyond the paranormal. He has interviewed singers Crystal Gayle, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Eric Burdon and Gordon Lightfoot, comedian George Carlin, writer Dean Koontz, hard science fiction writer Greg Bear, X-Files Writer/Creator Chris Carter, TV talk host Regis Philbin, Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy, actor Dan Aykroyd, former Luftwaffe pilot Bruno Stolle, actress Jane Seymour, actress Ellen Muth, actor and TV host Robert Stack, human rights lawyer John Loftus, legendary disc jockey Casey Kasem and frequent guests physicist Michio Kaku and SETI astronomers Seth Shostak and H. Paul Shuch.

    Beginning in late 1996, Bell was criticized for reporting rumors that Comet Hale-Bopp was being trailed by a UFO. It was speculated that members of the Heaven’s Gate group committed mass suicide based on rumors Bell aired, but others dismissed the idea, noting that the Heaven’s Gate website stated: “Whether Hale-Bopp has a ‘companion’ or not is irrelevant from our perspective.”[8] Susan Wright reported, however, that Bell was also “one of the first to publicize expert opinions refuting the ‘alien’ companion” said to have been shadowing Hale-Bopp,[9] such as that published in 1998 from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory suggesting that “the satellite’s main diameter is ~30 km,” and accordingly natural rather than artificial.[10]

    [edit] Political viewsBell chooses not to discuss his political views on Coast to Coast AM though occasionally he has brought them up. He has expressed support for the right to bear arms and same-sex marriage. He also used to be, in his own words, a “staunch” supporter of the death penalty, though he has changed his mind at least to some extent due to innocent people being sentenced to death.

    Bell has completely dismissed the 9/11 conspiracy theories, having uploaded an image stating “God Bless George W. Bush and the U.S.A.” to his website following the September 11 attacks.[11]

    Bell is a member of the U.S. Libertarian Party. Originally, Coast to Coast AM was a conservative political talk show, but in recent years Bell has expressed both conservative and liberal views on the air. On air, Bell has shown support for immigration reform and decriminalizing marijuana. He has also criticized humankind’s role in facilitating the onset of global warming. Bell has also stated that he opposes abortion, believes the U.S. should finish the job in the war in Iraq and supports a free market economy.

    Born Arthur William Bell, III [1]
    (1945-06-17) June 17, 1945 (age 67)
    Camp Lejeune, North Carolina[2]
    Occupation Broadcaster
    Spouse(s) Sachiko Toguchi Bell Pontius (dates uncertain; divorced)
    Sukiyaki Sakamoto Kyo Bell (dates uncertain; divorced)
    Ramona Bell (August 1991 – January 5, 2006 †)
    Airyn Ruiz Bell (April 11, 2006 – present)
    Children Vincent Pontius, Lisa Minei, Art, Asia Rayne Bell
    Parents Arthur William Bell, Jr. ( – 2000)
    Jane Lee Gumaer Bell ( – Dec 23, 2008)

  11. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Bell_(educator)
    Frank Erskine Bell OBE (18 September 1916 – 14 July 1989) was a British educator. Whilst a prisoner of war (POW) in Borneo during World War II he organised a “secret university” to provide educational opportunities for his fellow prisoners. He founded the first Bell Language School in Cambridge, England in 1955 and later established the Bell Educational Trust, a charity involved in language education.

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