Extractions: Anon. Effect of Soil Adsorption on Feedlot Effluent Quality on the Texas High Plains. Anon. 1912. The Testimony of the Tillers of the Soil of Matagorda County, Texas . . . Bay City, Tex.: Excello Printing Company. 19 pp. Anon. 19UU. Texas Soil Fertility. College Station, Tex.?: Texas Agricultural Extension Service in Cooperation with Texas Plant Food Institute. 168 pp. Anon. 1931. Texas, Source of Highest Quality Protein Winter Wheat in the Nation; Rare Combination of Soil, Climatic Influences and Varieties Produces Hard Winter Wheat of Unexcelled Baking Strength. 10 pp. Anon. 1903. Texas Tobacco Culture: The High Grade of Cuban Leaf As Grown on the Line of the Southern Pacific in East Texas. Houston, Tex.: Passenger Dept. of the Southern Pacific. 15 pp. BAGLEY, J. B. 1915. Cotton Classing and Marketing. College Station, Tex.: Texas Engineering Experiment Station. 14 pp. -. 1922. Cotton Mill Development in Texas. College Station, Tex.: Texas Engineering Experiment Station. 39 pp. COTTON RESEARCH COMMITTEE OF TEXAS. 1943. Vital Facts About the Cotton Industry of Texas; Texas Cotton Acreage Allotments Under the AAA and Cotton Production by Counties and Districts, for the Seasons 1937-38 to 1942-43. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of Business Research, University of Texas. 54 pp.
Extractions: Anon. 1929. The Roles of Pioneer Women in the Texas Frontier Community. Austin, Tex.: University of Texas. ABBOTT, Lillian A. 1930. Cattle Industry of the Panhandle Area of Texas. 151 pp. ADAMS, Francis M. 1928. Statistical Study of the Internal Parasites of the Domestic Chicken in Dallas County, Texas. August, 1928. Dallas, Texas. 82 pp. ADAMS, George W. 1945. A Beef Production Program for Goliad County, Texas. 73 pp. ADDISON, James M. 1939. A Partial Analysis of the Effect of the Government Farm Program Upon the Kinds of Improved Practices Adopted by White Agricultural Evening School Members in Texas. College Station, Texas. 47 pp. ADVANI, Kalachand H. 1925. Methods of Cotton Production and Marketing in Sind, India, and Suggestions for Their Improvement. College Station, Texas. 60 pp. ALEXANDER, Elmer R. 1926. A Statistical Study of the Relation Between Certain Common School Factors and Farm Tenancy in Texas. College Station, Texas. 53 pp. ALLISON, Ulmont S. 1933. Methods of Delinting Cotton-Seed and Their Effects on Germination. College Station, Texas. 61 pp.
TBO.com Keyword Search edwin A. Roberts, Jr. Tampa Tribune Commentary edwin Roberts edwin A. Roberts,Jr. - Tampa Tribune Commentary elliott Mick elliott - Tampa Tribune http://keyword.tbo.com/searchkeyword.cfm?subcategory=60
I3413 Frank S. ADKINS ( - ) elliott _ _William P. elliott (1926 . m 1950 _Mary FrancisPATTERSON _ Donald Paul elliott (1951 - . _Nelson edwin SMITH. http://rangerschool.esf.edu/bridgen/_private/main/d0006/g0000047.html
Edwin Torres Publications List Live At The Clocktower (elliott Sharp1997); State Of The Union (elliott Sharp-1997); EdwinTorres' work has appeared in A Gathering Of The Tribes, Bomb Magazine http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/torrese/pubs.html
Eaborn, Colin elliott, Charles Thomas. Fellow 17/03/1988. elliott, edwin Bailey. 01 June 1851 21 July 1937 Fellow 04/06/1891. elliott, James Philip. Fellow 20/03/1980. http://www.royalsoc.ac.uk/library/fellows/E.htm
Extractions: E Eaborn, Colin Fellow Eames, John - 29 June 1744 Fellow Eardley, Sampson, Baron Eardley ? 1745 - 25 December 1824 Fellow Eardley-Wilmot, Frederick Marow See Wilmot, Frederick Marow Eardley- Eardley-Wilmot, John See Wilmot, John Eardley- Eardley-Wilmot, Sir John Eardley See Wilmot, Sir John Eardley Eardley- Earle, Henry 28 June 1789 - 18 January 1838 Fellow Earle, Sir James Fellow Earle, William Benson 1740 - 02 March 1796 Fellow East, Sir Edward Hyde 09 September 1764 - 08 January 1847 Fellow East, William fl 1721 - 1734 Fellow Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock 17 November 1793 - 24 December 1865 Fellow Eastwick, Edward Backhouse 13 March 1814 - 16 July 1883 Fellow Eastwood, Sir Eric 12 March 1910 - 06 October 1981 Fellow Eaton, Stephen - 13 February 1806 Fellow Eaves, Laurence Fellow Ebashi, Setsuro Foreign Member Eccles, Sir John Carew 27 January 1903 - 02 May 1997 Fellow Eccles, William Henry 23 August 1875 - 29 April 1966 Fellow Eckersall, George - 15 December 1770 Fellow Eckersley, Thomas Lydwell 27 December 1886 - 15 February 1959 Fellow Eckhardt, Anton Georg Fellow Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley
Extractions: PART VI: AMERICAN VOLUNTEER AIRMEN XXVII THE LAFAYETTE, OR AMERICAN, ESCADRILLE No development of the Great War has possessed for American youth the novelty, the picturesqueness, or the fascination of the air-ship service. It isn't many years ago that the feat of sailing an air-ship across the Channel from France to England, a distance of less than twenty-five miles, was hailed as an exploit of extraordinary skill and daring. At the present writing there are those who seriously advocate sending the feet of huge American-built, Handley Page bombing air-ships, with their spread of a hundred feet, to the battle front in France under their own power by a zigzag course to Newfoundland, the Azores, and Spain. The longest leg of this journey, from Newfoundland to the Azores, could be made by one of these ships, barring accidents, in about thirteen hours. Up to the outbreak of the war the monoplane and the biplane were regarded as wonderful toys of problematical commercial value. Even the Germans, to the diabolical ingenuity of whom the development of the poison-gas bomb and the flame-throwers was due, seem to have had no idea of the prominent part which the heavier-than-air flying-machines were to play in the conduct of war. They had great hopes that the Zeppelins which they possessed would give them the mastery of the air for unrestricted bombing purposes, but these monsters proved to be too unwieldy and generally too untrustworthy for this purpose. The latest attempt of Zeppelins to bomb English cities, in August, 1918, was a complete fiasco.
Extractions: . NR #1995-036: For Immediate Release Presbyterians Acquire Press Service Associated with Alliance of Reformed Churches, Christian Reformed Conservatives GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (May 12, 1995) URNS - Reformed Believers Press Service, an organization which has been providing information on developments in the Christian Reformed denomination since 1992, has been acquired by a 182-year old southern Presbyterian periodical. Christian Observer, organized in 1813 and currently operating out of the Washington, D.C. suburb of Manassas, Virginia, acquired the press service on April 29. Since the news service will no longer be run by its former owner, Reformed Believers United, the name has been changed to "United Reformed News Service" (URNS). The new name is intended to indicate that the service covers a variety of Reformed denominations and provides information to broadcast news media as well as to print media. Darrell Todd Maurina, press officer for Reformed Believers Press Service since shortly after its inception, will remain on staff under the new management. Maurina will also continue his work as the West Michigan Bureau Editor of Christian Renewal. The purpose statement of the news service will remain unchanged: to be "an independent source of news on developments in the Reformed and Presbyterian world." However, the transfer to Presbyterian owners is likely to result in more extensive coverage of denominations outside the Dutch Reformed tradition. A second goal is to expand coverage of the smaller Dutch Reformed denominations such as the Orthodox Christian Reformed Churches, Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregations, Free Reformed Churches, Protestant Reformed Churches, Netherlands Reformed Congregations, and Canadian Reformed Churches. Rev. Edwin Elliott, Jr., managing editor of Christian Observer, has appointed a project board to manage the press service until more stable arrangements can be completed. In addition to Elliott and Maurina, the board currently consists of Dr. Joel Beeke, pastor of Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Dr. John Elliott, US Correspondent for Nederlands Dagblad, Reformatorisch Dagblad, and Dutch EO Radio/TV, Elder David Kloosterman of Immanuel Fellowship Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Elder Tom Patterson, editor of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Highroad, Dr. Gordon Reed, senior editor of Christian Observer, Mr. Al Siebring, contributing editor for Christian Renewal, Dr. Frank Smith, pastor of Affirmation Presbyterian Church, and Rev. Tom and Laurie Vanden Heuvel, editors of Outlook magazine. The result is an interdenominational board: Reed, Smith, and John Elliott are members of the Presbyterian Church in America; Kloosterman and Siebring are members of the Alliance of Reformed Churches, the Vanden Heuvels are members of the Christian Reformed denomination, Beeke is a member of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregations, Patterson is a member of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian denomination, and Maurina is a member of the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. "I think the news service is a valuable part of a community building process which has been underway in the last two years," said Edwin Elliott. "The Reformed churches are part of a larger Reformed community. The institutions of that community are now beginning to work together to support and use the news service and I believe that community building is extremely important if we're going to see the revival of the church." United Reformed News Service currently provides news to over a hundred periodicals and denominational leaders via mail and also operates a fax and E-Mail service distributing news to approximately 80 recipients. Most are in the United States but others are in Canada, the Netherlands, England, Korea, Singapore, and New Zealand. Cross-References to Related RBPS Articles: [No previous articles on file] Contact List: Dr. Joel Beeke, Pastor, Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation 2115 Romence NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 * H/O: (616) 459-6565 * E-Mail: JRBeeke@aol.com Rev. Edwin P. Elliott, Jr., Managing Editor, The Christian Observer 9400 Fairview Ave., Manassas, VA 22110 * O: (703) 335-2844 * F: (703) 368-4817 * E-Mail: ChristianO@aol.com Dr. John Elliott, US Corespondent, Nederlands Dagblad/Reformatorisch Dagblad, EO Radio/TV 8355 Irongate Way, Manassas, VA 22110 H/O: (703) 361-6021 * F: (703) 368-8805 * E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Elder David Kloosterman 5630 Powderhorn, Kalamazoo, MI 49009 * H: (616) 375-5751 * E-Mail: DAKloost@aol.com Darrell Todd Maurina, Press Officer, United Reformed News Service PO Box 691, Lawrence, MI 49064-0691 * V: (616) 674-8446 * F: (616) 674-8454 * E-Mail: Darrell128@aol.com Elder Tom Patterson, Editor, The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Highroad PO Box 1283, Moresville, NC 28115 * (704) 663-2611 Dr. Gordon Reed, Senior Editor, The Christian Observer PO Box 20, Sardinia, SC 29143 * O: (803) 473-3329, 473-4329 Al Siebring, Contributing Editor, Christian Renewal 4034 Indian Ave., Orange City, IA 51041 * H: (712) 722-3152 * E-Mail: email@example.com Dr. Frank Smith, Pastor, Affirmation Presbyterian Church of Somers Box 47, Somers, NY 10589-0047 * O: (914) 232-0546 * H: (914) 248-8776 * E-Mail: AffirmPCA@aol.com Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Laurie Vanden Heuvel, Co-Editors, The Outlook 2475 - 85th St. SW, Byron Center, MI 49315 * H/O: (616) 878-9278 * F: (616) 878-3256 * E-Mail: TomLaur@aol.com file: /pub/resources/text/reformed: nr95-036.txt
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Extractions: _Bruce ELLIOTT Marion Dwight ELLIOTT INDEX ... HOME HTML created by GED2HTML v3.6-WIN95 (Jan 18 2000) on 11/16/2002 06:53:01 PM Pacific Standard Time Family 1 William Edward FELTON George Wendell FINCANNON George Truitt FINCANNON INDEX HOME HTML created by GED2HTML v3.6-WIN95 (Jan 18 2000) on 11/16/2002 06:53:01 PM Pacific Standard Time Father: John Carmen FLASK , Sr.
Extractions: T he Elliott School expresses its appreciation to all the alumni who have contributed to support the academic programs, fellowships, and public affairs activities of the School and its research centers including the Sigur Center for Asian Studies, the Institution for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, and the Center for International Science and Technology Policy and Space Policy Institute. Listed below are donors that have either contributed to the annual fund or the young alumni challenge. It is with your resources that we continue to provide the highest quality education to our students.
Extractions: BBid Name Event Year Place Notes EADE, Benjamin Birth/Bap ESS EADE, Benjamin Marriage ESS EADE, Benjamin Death/Bur KEN EADE, Florence Eveline Birth/Bap ESS EADE, Florence Eveline Marriage ESS EADE, Florence Eveline Death/Bur ESS EADE, Mary EADE, William Birth/Bap ESS EADE, William Marriage SFK EADE, William Death/Bur ESS 4994* (E) EADES, Eliza Birth/Bap BRK 4994* (E) EADES, Eliza Death/Bur 4994* (E) EADES, John Birth/Bap BRK EADES, John Birth/Bap Abt 1810 HAM EADES, John Death/Bur EADES, Louisa Frances Birth/Bap MDX EADES, Louisa Frances Death/Bur 5008a* (E) EAGLEMEIGH, 5008a* (E) EAGLEMEIGH, EAMES, Ann Birth/Bap BDF EAMES, Ann Marriage BDF EAMES, Ellen Marriage SSX EARLES, Charles Marriage MDX EARLES, Elizabeth Louisa Birth/Bap MDX EARLES, Elizabeth Louisa
Extractions: NEWSPAPER DETECTIVES The Newspaper Archaeological Site For local research This Site Is Not Associated With The Surrey Advertiser PAGE 1 Date Name Surname Reason Location Town 17-Dec W W Eaden Son Born, 13th December Southgate Villas, Colney Hatch Unknown 10-Sep John Eades 4th Brigade Royal Artillery, Absent Without Leave Guildford 10-Sep G Eads Cottagers Show Unknown 2-Jul Mr Eady Solicitor 6. 7. 8. 9. Clarendon Road, Putney 13 New Boswell Court London 12-Nov Eager Councillor, The Election Of Mayor At Godalming Godalming 17-Sep Eager Presentation to Julius Caesar Unknown 8-Oct Dr Eager The County Hospital, A Mistake Guildford 10-Dec J Eager Guildford and Horsham Railway Whipley Bramley 27-Aug Mr Eager The Perambulator Nuisance Godalming 24-Sep R Eager Powder Explosion At Chilworth Unknown 10-Dec William Eager The Cattle Corn And Root Show, Whipley Bramley 5-Nov Eagle Worplesdon Agricultural Association Unknown 19-Nov Henry Eames Labourer, The Knife, Petersfield Cutherington 10-Sep Edwin Earl Auction, Milford Heath, Witley
Edwin Martin Collection edwin Martin was raised in south Florida and resided in themidwest before living in Fishouse (elliott Scott), Harkers Island, 1992 22 Collection http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/pcoll/61martin/
Extractions: Title: Edwin Martin Collection Creator: Edwin Martin Extent: 152 items Format(s): Black and white photographic prints Access: Not restricted Usage Restrictions: The images may not be used for the promotion of commercial products or interests, for political advertising, or for placement on the internet. Other current policies of the North Carolina Collection further define the conditions of use. Provenance: Gift of Edwin Martin. Accession nos. 30878, 30879, 30879 Collection Description: Edwin Martin was raised in south Florida and resided in the mid-west before living in North Carolina from 1989 to 1997. He began making photographs in 1980, and his first extended photographic work was on traveling circuses, a selection of which was published in 1988 under the title Mud Show: American Tent Circus Life (University of New Mexico Press). Other subjects he has concentrated on include metropolitan life in New York and in Paris, people reading, night photography and public posters - as well as the North Carolina subjects of Harkers Island, tobacco farming, and Wake County historic buildings. His work is included in collections such as that of The Ringling Museum of Art, The Mariners Museum (Norfolk, VA), The Museum of the City of New York, and, in North Carolina, The North Carolina Maritime Museum and The Ackland Art Museum. Major subjects represented in the collection include:
Genealogy Data NASH, George Mother LEES, Mary Children NASH, James Rowland NASH, edwin Henry Birth JEFFERY,Margaret elliott M Birth 6 APR 1887 Braidwood, NSW Death 20 http://ozfamily.fateback.com/dat87.html
Extractions: The names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall from Maine, sorted by "Town". . . . To find the Town quickly, click on the first letter below and jump to that area of the list . . . MEMORIAL BACK HOME A B ... _ LIST TOWN - LASTNAME , FIRSTNAME ( SVC / RANK ) PANL LINE A LBION - BUKER, BRIAN LEROY (Army/SGT) 12W 096 ANSON - MATTHEWS, GENE FLETCHER (Army/CPT) 20E 120 ASHLAND - GODING, ROBERT EARLE (Marine/PFC) 30W 022 ASHLAND - POITROW, EMERY NORMAN (Army/SSG) 49E 005 ASHLAND - SKINNER, JAMES CRAWFORD (Army/1SG) 02W 052 AUBURN - ALMON, WILLIAM RUSSELL (Marine/PFC) 50W 033 AUBURN - BELANGER, ALBERT LEE (Army/PFC) 18W 077 AUBURN - DESCHENES, MICHAEL HUBERT (Marine/PFC) 43W 003 AUBURN - GAGNE, BERTRAND RONALD (Army/PFC) 19W 093 AUBURN - HUTCHINSON, ALLEN MELVIN (Marine/CPL) 14W 106 AUBURN - LUTTRELL, BRUCE IRVING (Army/MSG) 24W 060 AUBURN - NICHOLAS, REGINALD (Marine/SGT) 02E 104 AUBURN - VLAHAKOS, PETER GEORGE (Marine/SSG) 04E 131 AUBURN - WALKER, HAROLD EVERETT JR (Army/SP5) 43E 063 AUGUSTA - ARNOLD, RICHARD W (Army/SP6) 06E 002 AUGUSTA - BECHARD, RAYMOND JOSEPH (Army/SSG) 30W 084
I4278: Edwin Duffield (2 AUG 1836 - 23 DEC 1885) Birth 2 AUG 1836 Death 23 DEC 1885, Blairsville Created by Sparrowhawk 1.0 (4/17/1996) on Sun Apr 19 184913 1998 Birth 29 JAN 1936, Des Moines IA Marriage 12 MAY 1956, Des Moines IA http://web.mountain.net/~braxton/G0000319.html
E DATA008 BROWN Dorothy Isabel 1926 pages 59 66. BROWN edwin ELLIOT 1924- pages 58 65 http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/160/e160e008.htm