Biography-center - Letter M Mayall, John Jabez Edwin www.getty.edu/art/collections/bio/a20581.html; mayer,adolph www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/mayer_adolph.html; http://www.biography-center.com/m.html
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Newark Births For further information on the below Newark births, please email me with the entirename and date of birth. mayer, adolph, 1870. mayer, Albertus Carolus, 1874. http://www.oldnewark.com/births/m/mayer.htm
Extractions: please email me with the entire name and date of birth. MAYER, Adolph MAYER, Albertus Carolus MAYER, Amaliam Theresiam MAYER, Anna MAYER, Anna MAYER, Anna Margaretha MAYER, Carolina MAYER, Caroline Elisabeth MAYER, Carolus MAYER, Carolus Guilelmus MAYER, Catharina MAYER, Christianus Fridericus MAYER, Elizabeth Catharina Sophia MAYER, Franciscum Xaverium Henricum MAYER, Gabriel MAYER, Jacobus MAYER, Joannem MAYER, Joannem Josephum MAYER, Joannes MAYER, Johannes Joseph MAYER, Joseph MAYER, Josepha MAYER, Julius MAYER, Maria MAYER, Maria Agnes MAYER, Maria Magdalena Catharina MAYER, Maria Margaretha MAYER, Mariannam Elisabetham MAYER, Matthias MAYER, Maximilian Paulos MAYER, Petrus MAYER, Philipum MAYER, Rupertam MAYER, Susanna MAYERHOFER, Joannes Theodorus Balthassar MAYERS, Mary Elizabeth MAYERS, Mary Jane MAYERS, Michael Edward MAYHURST, John Richard MAYNARD, Margaret MAYNE, James MAYNE, John MAYNE, John MAYNERD, Alfred Thomas MAYONERN, Thomas MC ..., Maria Theresia MC ..., Maria Theresia
Newark Births - M MATES, Catharine MAY, William Leo. mayer, adolph - MC C., Margaret. MCCABE, Ann - MC CANN, John Henry. MC CANN, Margaret - MC CARTY, William. http://www.oldnewark.com/births/m/
Familienpredigten Nach Orte Geordnet (Stuttgart M-R) Translate this page mayer, adolph, Liederkranz- Mitglied, Stuttgart 14.I.1816-22.XI.1867. Grabrede24.XI.1867 v. Oberhelfer Teichmann. Stuttgart A. Müller oJ (1867). Stuttgart. http://home.t-online.de/home/Kunert.R-Fampredigten6/forte25.htm
Extractions: Familienpredigten Hauptseite Unter dieser Seite wurden die Personen nach den Sterbe- Ehe und Geburtsorten Stuttgart (M-R) Familienname Vorname Geborene Text Druck in Geb. Gest./Ehe Mack Georg Christoph Mack, Georg Christoph, Privatier, Stuttgart 12.I.1756-15.III.1836. Grabrede 17.III.1836 von Special Gerock. Stuttgart: Fr. Henne o.J. (1836) Stuttgart Stuttgart Mack Julie Koch Mack, geb. Koch, Julie, Stuttgart 1877-1934 Stuttgart Stuttgart Stuttgart Mager Johanna Bunz Mager, geb. Bunz, Johanna, Stuttgart 1847-1910 Stuttgart Stuttgart Stuttgart Magirus Hedwig Kindm Magirus, Hedwig, Stuttgart 1886-93 Ulm Stuttgart Ulm Magirus Johannes Stuttgart Magirus Johannes Magirus, Johannes, Probst, Stuttgart ....-1614 Stuttgart: Resslin Stuttgart Stuttgart Magirus Veronika Stuttgart Stuttgart Johannes Maehrlen, Johannes, Professor am Polytechnikum, Stuttgart 1803-71 Stuttgart: Metzler 1871 Stuttgart Stuttgart Maier Christiane Stuttgart Stuttgart Maier Georg Maier, Georg, Faktor in der Metzlerschen Druckerei, Stuttgart 1829-91 Stuttgart Stuttgart Stuttgart Maier J Stuttgart Stuttgart Maier Jakob Maier, Jakob, Eisenbahnbediensteter, Stuttgart 1837-88 Stuttgart
Christian Gustav Adolph Mayer Translate this page Christian Gustav adolph mayer (1839 - 1907). Matemático alemán.Método de mayer (de resolución de ecuaciones de Pfaff). Página http://es.geocities.com/fisicas/cientificos/matematicos/mayer.htm
Extractions: Felix Bour, L. Friedrich, Frederick Allner [replaces Friedrich during season], Jacob Bareither [Added during season], E. Schoenheinz (E.H.) Felix Bour, Frederick Allner, Jacob Bareither, E. Schoenheinz (E.H.) Frederick Starke, Adolph Bertram, Eugene DeVaux, Otto Hesselbach (E.H.) [Otis and programs list an C. Bertram for 1895-1896 season. Also listed in 2nd violin section for thatr season. Chicago City Directories of 1893, 1895, and 1896 list an Adolph Bertram as "musician" - no C. Bertram.] Frederick Starke, Adolph Bertram, Jacob Bareither, Otto Hesselbach (E.H.) Frederick Starke, Frederick Allner, Jacob Bareither, Otto Hesselbach (E.H.) Frederick Starke, Frederick Allner, Otto Hesselbach (E.H.) Frederick Starke, Felix Bour, Alfred Barthel, Otto Hesselbach (E.H.) [Programs list Starke as principal this season; Otis in The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1924), gives the section as it is for 1904-1907.] [Hesselbach also listed in violas, 1903-18, 1919-28] Alfred Barthel, Felix Bour, Frederick Starke (E.H.), Otto Hesselbach (E.H.)
Motion Pictures: American Film In the postWorld War I period the production genius of such men as Samuel Goldwyn,Louis B. mayer, adolph Zukor, and Jesse L. Lasky, and the innovative http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/ent/A0859792.html
Extractions: Encyclopedia motion pictures The first American studios were centered in the New York City area. Edison had claimed the patents for many of the technical elements involved in filmmaking and, in 1909, formed the Motion Picture Patents Company, an attempt at monopoly that worked to keep unlicensed companies out of production and distribution. To put distance between themselves and the Patents Company's sometimes violent tactics, many independents moved their operations to a suburb of Los Angeles; the location's proximity to Mexico allowed these producers to flee possible legal injunctions. After 1913 Hollywood, Calif., became the American movie capital. At first, films were sold outright to exhibitors; later they were distributed on a rental basis through film exchanges. Quo Vadis (1913), running nine reels or about two hours, was the most influential.
Isaac Mayer Wise Papers of Isaac mayer Wise and family photographs. It includes photographs of childrenand grandchildren. Of special interest are photographs of adolph Ochs, who http://www.huc.edu/aja/IWise.htm
Extractions: Access and Provenance Biographical Sketch Scope and Content Note Box and Folder Listing ... Back to AJA frontpage ACCESS AND PROVENANCE The Isaac Mayer Wise Papers were donated to the American Jewish Archives by a variety of sources including Mrs. Gilbert Bettman. By the act of donating the Isaac Mayer Wise Papers Papers to the American Jewish Archives, the property rights have been assigned to the American Jewish Archives. All literary rights to material authored by Isaac Mayer Wise are held by the Wise heirs. All literary rights to material authored by others are retained by the individuals and their heirs. Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. The papers are available to researchers in the reading room of the Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH top Isaac Mayer Wise was born in Steingrub, Bohemia in 1819. After studying in various yeshivot in Prague, Czechoslovakia and Vienna, Austria he became a rabbi in Radnitz, Bohemia. Because of the poor prospects in Europe at the time, Wise emigrated in 1846 to New York. He shortly thereafter became the rabbi at Congregation Beth El in Albany. There he became an advocate for reforms such as confirmation, choral singing and mixed pews.
Lydia Mayer, B: 1904 - Gackle, ND adolph Henke S3086 S2062 S1609 Born 4 OCT 1903 Hoffnungstal, South Russia Marr1927(multiple spouses) - Rosina mayer Died 20 DEC 1999 - Gackle, Logan, ND http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cats61/gacklend/gacklefam/gp885.htm
Extractions: Husband Jacob M. Moos Born: 16 MAR 1894 - Marr: 5 OCT 1929 - Gackle, ND Died: DEC 1968 - Gackle, Logan, ND Father: Micheal Moos Mother: Elizabeth Moos Other Spouses: Wife Lydia Mayer Born: 25 JAN 1904 - Gackle, Logan, ND Died: MAR 1979 - Gackle, Logan, ND Father: John M. Mayer Mother: Katherina Geinger Other Spouses: Children Lillian Moos Born: Private - Husband Gustav Mayer Born: 10 SEP 1905 - Gackle, Logan, ND Marr: 15 NOV 1932 - Gackle, ND Died: AUG 1982 - Gackle, Logan, ND Father: John M. Mayer Mother: Katherina Geinger Other Spouses: Wife Lydia Miller Born: 20 MAR 1909 - Gackle, Logan, ND Died: 22 MAR 1999 - Fargo, Cass, ND Father: Fredrich Miller Mother: Mary Frey Other Spouses: Children Edmond Mayer S4485 Born: - Gackle, Logan, ND Died: - Marvin Gustav Mayer S4485 Born: 18 JUL 1940 - Gackle, Logan, ND Marr: 1965 - Carol Ruff Died: 12 MAR 2001 - Fargo, Cass, ND Irene Mayer S4485 Born: - Gackle, Logan, ND Marr: - Melvin Martin Died: -
ITU Library Services Yakin Yazarlar sunlardir Yil, Bulunan. mayer, adolph, 18391908, 1869,1. mayer, Albert, 1967, 1. mayer, Bernadette, 1989, 1. mayer, Ehrhard, 1970,1. http://divit.library.itu.edu.tr/search*tur/aMayer, James W., 1930-/amayer james
A Bio. Of America: The Twenties - Web related links. adolph Zukor http//www.horatioalger.com/member/zuk57.htmA photo and a brief biography of Zukor. Louis B. mayer. Louis B http://www.learner.org/biographyofamerica/prog20/web/
Financial Corporation America 1990 (108111). TAPER MARK mayer,M. The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery. 1990 (108-109).VOLCKER PAUL adolph mayer,M. The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery. 1990 (106). http://www.namebase.org/main2/Financial_Corporation_America.html
KNAPP CHARLES (TRAFALGAR HOLDINGS) 1990 (137138). VOLCKER PAUL adolph mayer,M. The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery. 1990(106). WRIGHT JIM (JAMES C JR D-TX) mayer,M. The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery. http://www.namebase.org/main1/Charles_-28trafalgar_holdings-29_Knapp.html
HGS Hamburg Passenger List 1872, Maw-Meil mayer, A, 33, 14 Aug 1872, Silesia, NY, B, 904. mayer, adolph, 19,8 May 1872, Silesia, NY, A, 490. mayer, Albertina, 32, 18 Oct 1872,Hansa, NY, D, 806e. http://www.horlacher.org/germany/hamburg/hammaw.htm
Engelbach/Englebach/Engleback Genealogy New York Cattaraugus County. (145) Parents Francisca mayer. Shewas married to adolph Engelbach in 1870/71. (146) Children were http://soli.inav.net/~jme240/famgen/ellen/d10.htm
Extractions: Albert Kuhlmann was born about 1864 in MD.. Parents: . Katie Kuhlmann was born in Oct 1854 in MD. Parents: . She was married to Frederick Engelbach about 1872. Children were: Louisa Engelbach Emma Engelbach William Engelbach Irene Janet Lagerquist She was married on 14 Jun 1940 in Great Falls, MT. Children were: Nancy Jean Engelbach Cheryl Ann Engelbach Robert Lee Engelbach Children were: Helen Engelbach Carl Engelbach Donald Keith Engelbach Emilie Francis Larsen . Parents: Unknown Larsen and Margaret Engelbach Unknown Larsen Children were: Emilie Francis Larsen Mary Jane LaVoy ? Leeseberg . Parents: Ronald Leeseberg and Nan Arno Leeseberg Children were: Ronald Leeseberg Kenneth Leeseberg Kenneth Leeseberg . Parents: Arno Leeseberg and Suzanne Engelbach Ronald Leeseberg . Parents: Arno Leeseberg and Suzanne Engelbach Children were: ? Leeseberg Samuel Leonardo He was married to Laura Rebecca Englebach on 10 Oct 1936. Janette Lewis was born about 1900. She died on 24 Feb 1998 in Philadelphia, PA. She was married to Nelson Engelbach UNKNOWN in Unknown.
CMS Winter 2000 Meeting and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Victoria College, Toronto, Ontario M5S1K7 adolph mayer's proof of the multiplier rule in the calculus of variations. http://www.cms.math.ca/CMS/Events/winter00/abs/hm.html
Extractions: Adolph Mayer's proof of the multiplier rule in the calculus of variations The multiplier rule is involved in the formulation of the most general problem of the calculus of variations. Almost ninety years elapsed between the first formulation by Lagrange in 1797 of this rule and Adolph Mayer's proof in 1886. Mayer's derivation may be characterized as the first satisfactory proof of the rule. Since Mayer there have been several other demonstrations, by Hilbert, Turksma, Bliss and Radon. The proof adduced in several modern textbooks is due to Bliss. The paper contends that Mayer's original proof possesses exceptional explanatory power and merits renewed attention. The paper also examines the historical cirumstances associated with the long delay in the formulation and first satisfactory proof of the rule. JUDITH GRABINER, Pitzer College, Claremont, California, USA
Louis B. Mayer, Saint John, N.B. Aside from mayer, the group includes Paramount's adolph Zukor, Universal'sCarl Laemmle, Columbia's Harry Cohn, and the Warner brothers. http://new-brunswick.net/Saint_John/fame/mayer.html
Extractions: Times Globe staff writer I The provocative documentary tells the story of the Jews that came from Eastern Europe in the early 20th century to become Hollywood's movie moguls. Not only did these immigrants live the American dream, they also created it through the visions they chose to commit to film. It is also a documentary that holds special interest for Saint Johners. That's because Louis B. Mayer, the Hollywood magnate who was born in Russia but raised in the Port City, is one of the charismatic figures explored in the film. And despite the fact that Mayer was so devoted to the United States that he claimed July 4th as his birthday, his grandson says he never forgot his link to Saint John. "Oh yes, he was very much aware of it," says Daniel Selznick, theatre producer, director and critic. "He used to keep a photo up in his home of a large group of people from Saint John." Selznick says that photo was taken in 1950 when Mayer came back to Saint John for the 50th anniversary of some event - Selznick can't remember exactly what it was. The Telegraph Journal's files show that Mayer was involved, in a Saint John event in 1950, but only from afar. A new memorial chapel at Shaarei Zedek Cemetery was being dedicated to Mayer's mother, Sarah Mayer. The Telegraph reported that Louis B. Mayer donated money for the construction of the chapel, but did not attend the event because of "pressure of business and poor health."