2 edition of Letter from Lady Wallace to Capt. William Wallace, aid de camp to Colonel Maxwell at Bangalore. found in the catalog.
Letter from Lady Wallace to Capt. William Wallace, aid de camp to Colonel Maxwell at Bangalore.
Wallace, Eglantine Maxwell Lady.
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The Stuart Goldman Collection: Lot 1: Deed For Land In Philadelphia. Manuscript Document signed with the mark of Elizabeth Shorter, Philadelphia, J , only 3½ years after Philadelphia was established as the capital of Pennsylvania, 7¾ x 7¼ in., with attached docket leaf. WALLACE, WILLIAM ARTHUR JAMES (–), colonel, royal engineers, born at Kingstown, co. Dublin, on 4 Jan. , was son of William James Wallace, J.P., of co. Wexford. Educated at private schools and at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, he was commissioned as lieutenant in the royal engineers on 19 Dec.
Colonel David A. Wallace, U.S. Army Colonel David A. Wallace is deputy head of the Department of Law at the United States Military Academy. An academy professor since and a professor at the Judge Advocate General’s School of the Army from to , he has a B.A. from Car negieMellon University, a juris doctor. Malcolm was the father of the great Scottish patriot, Sir William Wallace of Elderslie. Adam de Waleys appears on the Ragman Roll of nobles paying allegiance to Edward l of England in , but Malcolm of Elderslie was one of very few Scottish nobles who bravely refused to submit to Edward. He and his eldest son, Andrew, were both executed.
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William Wallace was a member of the lesser nobility, but little is definitely known of his family history or even his parentage. Blind Harry's lateth-century poem gives his father as Sir Malcolm of Elderslie; however, William's own seal, found on a letter sent to the Hanse city of Lübeck ingives his father's name as Alan Wallace.
This Alan Wallace may be the same as the one listed Born: c.Elderslie, Renfrewshire, Scotland. William Wallace has written: ' Song Book No. 3' 'Europe, which Europe?' 'Prescription for partnership' 'Alston Moor' 'Memoirs of William Wallace, esq.
late of His Majesty's 15th. William Hervey Lamme Wallace (July 8, – Ap ), more commonly known as W.H.L. Wallace, was a lawyer and a Union general in the American Civil War, considered by Ulysses S.
Grant to be one of the Union's greatest generals. 2 Education and Career. Civil War service and death. 3 Personal Life. 8 Further reading. 9 External of burial: Wallace-Dickey Cemetery, Ottawa, Illinois. William A. Wallace has written: 'Galileo's logic of discovery and proof' -- subject(s): Evidence, History, Knowledge, Theory of, Logic, Modern, Methodology, Modern Logic, Science, Theory of.
James Wallace () MSA SC Biography: Born Ma in Dorchester County, Maryland. Son of Robert Wallace and Susan (LeCompte) Wallace. Married Annie E. Phelps on Decem Buried at Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, Maryland.
"In Col. Forsyth's fight the day before [Wounded Knee] one officer was killed, Capt. Wallace, brained by an Indian club, in the Indian camp, and fifteen enlisted men." From the Army and Navy Journal of Parents: Nancy Lee Ratchford, Alexander Stuart Wallace.
Colonel William Wallace was born in Columbia, S. C., November 16th,and was graduated at the South Carolina College in He then studied law under Chancellor James J. Caldwell. Was admitted to the bar inand began the practice of law at Columbia, in which he continued, with the exception of his military service, giving attention.
"It was first built, like her contemporary, Old Christ church, in the lowere part of the county (or rather Old Christ was built like St. Mary's, for we are assured that St.
Mary's is the older) in the form of a cross, with three galleries, one owned by Major James Ball and Mr. Joseph Ball; one by the Downmans, of Belle Isle, and one was for the slaves of the Churchmen.
Wallace befriends the man, John Mackowski, and soon takes an interest in bringing the amazing story Mackowski had to tell out into the world. POW 83 is a powerful account of the Japanese atrocities committed against captured American forces whom had occupied the /5(5).
Edgar was a resident of Happy Camp, California. Do you know something about Edgar's life. You can enhance Edgar E. Wallace's memory by upgrading Edgar's public record with words and pictures, signing Edgar's memory book, recording an audio memory or lighting a : William Stephens Smith (November 8, – J ) was a United States Representative from New married Abigail "Nabby" Adams, the daughter of President John Adams, and so was a brother-in-law of President John Quincy Adams and an uncle of Charles Francis Adams ality: American.
Colonel David A. Wallace, U.S. Army Colonel David A. Wallace, U.S. Army, is an academy professor and deputy head, Department of Law, U.S. Mili-tary Academy. He holds an LL.M. in military law from the Judge Advocate General’s School of the Army, an M.(S) B.A.
from Boston University, a J.D. from Seattle University, and a B.A. The entire town of Wallace, Idaho is on the national Historic Register. A true, old west, mining town that still prospers today; the town of Wallace traces its roots back to when Colonel William R.
Wallace purchased 80 acres of land and built his cabin in the area that became the site of the present city. Col. David Wallace, United States Military Academy, Law Department. The dinner will be the traditional single table off-the record discussion beginning at pm and ending at p.m.
(Location will be provided with confirmation.) David Wallace is a Colonel in the United States Army. He is currently assigned as Professor and Head, Department.
James Wallace was born on Ma to a prominent Dorchester County family in Cambridge, Maryland. He entered Dickinson College with the class of in the autumn of He was elected to the Belles Lettres Society and graduated with his class in the early summer of Colonel Burgess Ball () was the great great grandson of Colonel William Ball I, and a resident of Leesburg VA.
He was also an aide-de-camp to General Washington in the Revolutionary War. Washington's mother was a granddaughter of Colonel William I. Peter was a Scottish Highlander, descendant of Sir William Wallace's family, probably a son of Lieut, Samuel Wallace, among the popular Scots of Ulster", of Six Mile Water, Co.
Antrim. The first Wallace to inhabit Scotland was Richard of Wales the great, great, grandfather of. Col. David Guy Maxwell was born on April 20in Mecklenburg County North Carolina, USA, to William Maxwell and Nancy Adaline Maxwell.
Col had 3 siblings: Mary E. Johnson Maxwell, Martha Carolina Carrie Maxwell and William Columbus Maxwell. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for William Campbell “Willie” Maxwell (2 Jun –23 Mar ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by imagal49 (contributor ).Colonel Wallace was graduated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., inand two years later was admitted to the Bar in Cambridge, having studied law under the late Henry Page.
In he was elected to the House of Delegates;he was a Presidential Elector at large invoting for Mil- lard Fillmore; the same year he was elected to the.Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Wallace Jr., "Bob," 77, of Sunset Road, died Friday, Maat home in the arms of his wife after a short battle with acute leukemia.
He was born in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, on Decemthe son of Robert Emmett and Kathryn Lenihan Wallace.