Extractions: Family 1 Harry Emmet MCKINLEY Ronald Amsler MCKINLEY Kathleen Elizabeth MCKINLEY Arnold Clair MCKINLEY Edwin Winfield MCKINLEY ... HOME HTML created by GED2HTML v3.6-WIN95 (Jan 18 2000) on 01/11/03 08:30:34 PM Eastern Standard Time This person is presumed living. INDEX This person is presumed living. INDEX Family 1 Elizabeth M. DAVIS INDEX HOME HTML created by GED2HTML v3.6-WIN95 (Jan 18 2000) on 01/11/03 08:30:34 PM Eastern Standard Time This person is presumed living. INDEX Father: William GOGGIN
LA-Ships F. 19 Suisse. 328 Schmidt Samuel 24 Suisse. 329 Rathgerb jacob 23 Suisse. 330*Spath Paul 25 Suisse. 331 amsler Lorenz 42 Suisse. 332 amsler Madelaine 34 Suisse. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ahopkins/hunsucker/la-ships.htm
Extractions: No. 93 Hunzinger, Elise Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild Ship Henry Pratt Havre, France to New Orleans 1 May 1854 DISTRICT OF NEW-ORLEANSPORT OF NEW-ORLEANS I, Ma?her Master or Commander of the Ship Henry Pratt do solemnly, sincerely and truly swear, that the within list, signed by me, and now delivered to the Collector of this District, contains the names of all the Passengers taken on board the said Ship at the Port of Havre or at any time since, that all the matters therein set forth are, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, just and true. I do further swear, that * of the said passengers have died on the voyage. Sworn before me, this 1st day of May 1854 (signed)Bnj. Ma?her (signed)J M Hunt COLLECTOR MANIFEST Of PASSENGERS arrived on the 30th day of April 1854 at the Port of New Orleans State of Louisiana, on board of Ship Henry Pratt of New York from Havre of which Ma?her was Master for said voyage; said vessel being owned by R. F. C. Hartley of New York and consigned to T. C. Jenkins of New Orleans Columns represent Name, Age, Occupation, Nation or Birth-Place, Sex and Where
Clarion County, PA Genealogy Forum Re Will of jacob N Alt, Clarion County, PA 1881 christine forker 7/13 Re SPANGLER/ MCKINNEY - Al Telian 1/13/02 Sheetz(Sheatz),amsler,McKissick in Clarion http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/clarion/
Extractions: Calvin J. DeHart 1850 Pennsylvania James Lewis Kerr Families of Toby Township Elizabeth L Richards Speer, Morton James Morton Logue's "Bicentennial Perspective" Frank White Ogg Family Stacy Ogg (Barbosa) LOOKING FOR ASEL'S IN THE SIGEL AREA Lynda Nelson Harriet Cora (Hattie) Neely Janet Hutson Mary Ann Dean Janet Hutson Clara Jane Copenhaver Janet Hutson Stroup Family of Clarion Co Janet Hutson SHERMAN, BAUM 1880 Clarion Co.
Amsden Family Genealogy Forum jacob Amity (Amsden) Wheeler Ryan D. Wood 12/17/01 jacob Amsden, Vt Anton amsler-Switzerland- Michelle Redman 6/27/00 CS Amsden - Elizabeth Russman 4/07/00 http://genforum.genealogy.com/amsden/
Extractions: Jump to # Prudence Pauline Amsden Beverly Plank just wanted to say hi from Spokane, Washington Scott D Amsden Mattie Amsden Herb Brown Amsden m. Bowers Cat Ryan D. Wood Jacob Amsden, Vt./N.H. = Jacynthia Baldwin Ryan D. Wood Will of Simeon Amsden Dee Shawver Dansereau Arthur Randall Amsden Robert Amsden Arthur Amsden Sandra Amsden Ada Ohlin Amsden wendy murray Amory Amsden wendy murray Amsden Family in Missouri Jeannie Rabbitt Re: Amsden Family in Missouri Dennis G. Amsden Jr.
CYF Game Results - Week 4 The Panthers also received strong contributions from jacob Moreland, Ralph Alvarezand Brian On offense he noted the performance of QB Reid amsler playing for http://www.cyfleague.org/News_Sports Page_00w4-1.htm
Extractions: Game of the Week (as available) Flag Division Flag Panthers 21, Chiefs Flag Cowboys 12, Falcons 6 The Cowboys solidified their number 2 spot in the divisional standings with a solid win over the Falcons. The Falcons first touchdown came on a 30-yard run by Tanner Wilson (PAT failed). Zachery Eberhart added another TD on a 60-yard sprint in the second half (PAT failed). With 4:59 left in the fourth quarter, the Falcons threatened a comeback with a touchdown on a 40-yard keeper from QB Jonathan Lasley (78 yards, 1 TD). Cowboys assistant coach Theron Hall complimented the offensive efforts of, aside from those above, OL Alex Briscoe and Wesley Carter, and, on the defensive side, Corey Hall and Beau Carter. (continued in column 2) Flag Division Standings Team W L T PF PA Panthers Cowboys Chiefs Falcons (continued from column 1) Falcon head coach Matt Summers indicated that this game was "definitely the best performance by the defensive unit thus far this season". The defense was led by Austin Anderton and Austin Rodgers, who each saved a TD with key flag pulls. On offense, he noted the efforts of Anderton and OL Trevor Lucky, and was astounded by the Barry Sanders running style of Savon Logan on a 17-yard run.
CYF Game Results - Week 1 one touchdown each, with jacob Wilks ( 54), Ivan Paz ( 34) and jacob Moreland ( 99 CowboyReid amslers ( 31) 5yard sack helped stop the Panthers deep into http://www.cyfleague.org/News_Sports Page_00w1-1.htm
Extractions: Game of the Week (as available) Flag Division Flag Chiefs 25, Falcons 6 Chiefs head coach Kurt Calkins praised his team by saying "the whole team played awesome we did a pretty good job of pulling flags." Atwood and Dudley were singled out for their offensive contributions, whereas Howard (several TD saving flag pulls and sacks) and Justyn Bell (#50) were big contributors on the other side of the ball. Falcons head coach Matt Summers found a silver lining in the loss, relating that he was "really happy with the play of the defensive backfield." He offered praise to defensive players Lasley, who produced a 4-yard sack and led the team in flag pulling. He also appreciated the extra efforts of Savon Logan (#22) and Troy Martinez, both of which had TD-saving flag pulls.
WebGED: Cande's Corner Data Page child amsler, Mark Louis (private) child amsler, Carol Ruth Seibert,Johann jacob (*1716 ) spouse Theiss, Maria Elisabetha (1721 - ) - m. 1739 http://www.concentric.net/~Cande/tree/wgd25.html
McLeod-Magnolia w/ James A. BURTON James Talton ALLUMS = Adaline Elizabeth Lena amsler BYRD,Claude Eliza Ellen ROBERTS Jul 189130 Jul 1987 w/ Francis jacob GREEN Sr. http://www.mississippiconnections.nisa.com/cemetery/Greene/McLeod-Magnolia.html
Area Mechanical planimeters. These ingenious mechanical devices, invented by the Swissmathematician jacob amsler in 1854, are a source of fascination to many. http://www.attewode.com/Calculus/AreaMeasurement/area.htm
Extractions: Introduction Determining the areas of irregular objects is a common and important problem. How large is the lake? How large is the drainage basin? What is the surface area of the leaf? What is the area under the peak obtained from a gas chromatograph? How much sealer do I need for the deck? How much sod do I need for my yard? Perhaps the most basic examples come from surveying: How do you determine the size of a parcel of land? Many fields are bordered by creeks, rivers, and lakes, thus irregular boundaries occur frequently. The best practical information on measuring area is not found in math books, but in surveying books. If you had a map of a lake and wanted to determine its surface area, what would you do? You could xerox the map onto a piece of graph paper and count squares. You could xerox the map and cut out the lake and weigh the paper! What else? If you had to do this type of thing very often, you would probably invest in an electronic or mechanical planimeter. What are these devices, and how do they work? Consider again measuring the area of a lake, given a good map. One could be a little more sophisticated by dividing the lake into geometric objects of known area, other than just squares. For example, one might divide the lake into a combination of squares, rectangles, trapezoids, triangles, etc., and add up the area of all these. Generalizing a little bit more, the boundary can be approximated by an arbitrary number of straight line segments. These form a polygon.
Genealogy Data amsler, Lawrence J Gender Male Family Marriage 4 JUN 1894 Spouse Armstrong, SarahEllen Sadie Anne Gender Female Family Spouse Moone, jacob Gender Male http://www.gillean.com/Roots/db/dat593.htm
Names b.1945) Aeberle Francisca (b.1964) Amar Sarah (b.1924) Yaacov amsler Emile Maya(b Cohen Céline (b.1957) David Esther Guillaume (b.1951) Jack jacob Karine (b http://www.alex.alexandre.com/genealogy/index.names.htm
Extractions: Källor: A Supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary. Edited by R. W. Buchfield. I-IV. Oxford 1972-86. Aasen, Ivar 1850: Ordbog over det norske folkesprog. Christiania. [Stundom forkorta A Aasen, Ivar 1873: Norsk Ordbog med dansk Forklaring. Christiania: P. T. Mallings Boghandel. [Fleire fotografiske opptrykk.] Aasen, Ivar 1873: Norsk Ordbog. Christiania: B.T. Ballings Boghandel. [Stundom forkorta A Aasen, Ivar 1925 [1875-77]: Oslo: Norske samlaget. Aasen, Ivar 1957-60: I-III Oslo: Norske samlaget. Aasen, Ivar 1965 . Norsk Grammatik . Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. Aasen, Ivar. 1850. Norsk Ordbog . Kristiania Aasen, Ivar. 1873. Norsk Ordbog med dansk forklaring . 2. utg. Christiania Aasen, Ivar. 1873. Norsk Ordbog . Christiania. Abrahamsen 1987 = John Abrahamsen: Gads edb ordbog Adelung, Johann Christoph 1774-86: . Leipzig: VEB Bibliographisches Institut. Agricola, Erhard 1962: Languages in Contrast . Lund University Press. Saksa-suomi opiskelusanakirja ('Tysk-finsk studieordbok'). Helsingfors: WSOY 1995.
Randers Big Band - Projekter Lead John Mahoney, 2nd Jens Oberby, 3rd Eva Thøgersen, (Peter F. Jensby), basstromboneHenri amsler. Rhythmsection Piano jacob Højland, Bass Morten http://www.randersbigband.dk/english.html
Extractions: Resume in English Space requirements: Electrical hookups: 220V / 10 A Concert/performance length: one to three sets of approx. 45-min.; other arrangements are possible. Fee: Negotiable. For booking, contact: Henri Amsler Vestergade 6, DK 8900 Randers, Denmark. Telephone: +45 8644 1576 Cell-phone: +45 2146 2974 Fax : +45 8644 0576 E-Mail: email@example.com The musicians in RBB, current as of 1. 9. 2002 Randers Big Band's repertoire is extensive and eclectic, ranging from time-honored classics from the big band libraries of the Basie, Ellington, and Woody Hermann bands to slightly "newer" compositions by the likes of Thad Jones, Stan Kenton, and Bill Holmann, and including charts by many of today's top arrangers - names like Bob Mintzer, Tom Kubis, Bob Florence and many others. A well-rounded band Randers Big Band is a group of many talents - talents honed in an impressive range of performance situations both in Denmark and abroad. You name it, we've played at it - the band has extensive experience with performing at: festivals, festival/theme weeks, jazz luncheons, big band dances/balls, big birthday bashes, company parties, Christmas gatherings, receptions and, of course traditional big band concerts. Through the years, Randers Big Band has played at countless music festivals here at home as well as abroad, and the band has brought its swinging show on the road, too, with tours to Finland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and the USA. And in addition to ordinary big band concerts, the band is wont to blow its collective horn at jazz luncheons, big birthday bashes, music festivals, dances/balls, receptions, company parties and - lest we forget, the New Years concert on January 1st , a concert rich in tradition, held each year in Værket Auditorium in Randers. Plus, the band has arranged workshops and performances with a veritable "whoÕs who" of big-name artists from Denmark and abroad.
Polar And Linear Planimeters The original polar planimeter was invented in 1854 by jacob amsler,a Swiss mathematician and inventor of many measuring instruments. http://persweb.wabash.edu/facstaff/footer/planimeter/Polar&Linear.htm
Extractions: How They Are Used How They Work The main working parts of polar and linear planimeters are the same. Each has a rod, called the tracer arm, one end of which is the tracing point T, and a wheel attached to the rod with its axis parallel to the rod. A scale attached to the wheel records how much the wheel turns. Polar Planimeter Linear Planimeter The two planimeters differ in the movement of the end of the tracer arm opposite the tracer point. In the linear planimeter, that end is restricted to move along a straight line. The drawing suggests that it runs along a track, but a more common way to cause this motion is to have this end attached to a set of wheels that are fixed to an axis so that the wheels turn together. In the polar planimeter, the end opposite the tracer point is restricted to move along a circle. This is done by making that point the hinge between the tracer arm and a secondary arm, one end of which (the pole) is fixed. The original polar planimeter was invented in 1854 by Jacob Amsler , a Swiss mathematician and inventor of many measuring instruments. It was so much simpler, easier to use, and more accurate than
HARVEY CEMETERY 1885, Son of Harmon Maggie amsler; ANDREWS, Alice F. 1868 1892, Wife of JE E.CARDER; CARDER, Louisa Died June 7, 1877, 23y 7m 10d, Wife of jacob F. CARDER; http://www.kenton.com/users/chuck/harvey.htm
Internet Family Tree Alexander UNNAMED Margaret Julia Allen Elizabeth amsler Anna Lizetta Ash Christopher DarstAbraham Abraham Abraham jacob Johann jacob John Susannah Daundy http://www.changesurfer.com/Family/WC_IDX/IDX001.htm
Jewish Law Association - Abstracts amsler prefers the view that the law revealed to Israel was regarded as Their inspirationcomes from jacob's cryptic comments upon his sons' activities (Gen. http://www.mucjs.org/JLAS/biblicallaw.htm
Extractions: BIBLICAL LAW S. Amsler, "Amos et les droits de l'homme", in A. Bartal, "Otherwise... When My Lord Shall Sleep with his Fathers I and my Son Solomon Shall be Counted Offenders (1 Kings 1:21)", BM 23 (1978), 433-435, 523-524 (Heb.). - Bathsheba's use of "sinners", in reference to her own and Solomon's presumed status should Adonijah reign is here understood as "legally culpable" and thus deserving of execution. This, however, is not, as most moderns suppose, because they are members of a rival faction and thus - in accord with ancient royal practice - to be done away with, but rather, as perceived by Abrabanel, because they will be considered guilty of particular offences: Bathsheba of adultery and Solomon, as her son, as unfit to rule. Thus, Bathsheba's plea to the dying David is that Solomon may reign, so that her sin - and David's - may remain undisclosed. (B.J.S.) C. M. Carmichael, "Forbidden Mixtures", VT 32 (1982), 394-415. - C. examines the problematic laws prohibiting certain mixtures ( Deut.
European Prints & Drawings- Part 1 31, No. 4, 1993. Essays in Memory of jacob Bean 19231992. Sm. qto, pgs. wr.taped on, text vg 50.00. Berlin, amsler Ruthardt. Auktion 79. http://www.washtonbooks.com/euro135p1.html
Extractions: CATALOGUE 135 Part I Auction Sales Catalogues of Old Master Drawings and Prints. Each in wrs.; some with price lists. We have numerous catalogues from Christie's and Sotheby's, New York and London from the late 1960's on. Please inquire about specific dates and sales. Ackermann Coll. Dresden, G. Walther Gasch. Auktion 27. Katalog Schoner und Seltener Handzeichnungen und Aquarelle Deutscher, Niederlander, Franzosischer und Italienischer Meister des XV. bis XIX. Jahrhunderts, sowie einige Olgemalde Sammlung Dr. P. Ackermann. Abteilung II. Sale April 27/28, 1911. Sm. qto, 516 works, 50 ills., a few in color and/or half-tone. Wrs. and spine chipped, internally v.g. Either Dr. Ackermann was a true connoisseur or a great optimist. 30.00 Jean Adhemar. Graphic Art of the 18th Century. New York, 1964. 8vo, 254 pgs., 168 ills., 9 col. Cloth, d.w. 40.00 Alexandria, International Exhibitions Foundation. Old Master Drawings from Chatsworth. A Loan Exhibition from the Devonshire Coll., 1987. Qto, 194 pgs., of. ills. Wrs. 20.00 Winslow Ames. Italian Drawings from the 15th to thee 19th Century. Boston, 1963. Sq. 8vo, 142 pgs., 96 plates, many col. Wrs. sl. rubbed. 15.00