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Elias EARLE

EARLE, Elias, (uncle of Samuel Earle and John Baylis Earle and great-grandfather of John Laurens Manning Irby and Joseph Haynsworth Earle), a Representative from South Carolina; born in Frederi…

Steve Earle

Steve Earlemusician, writerBorn: 1/17/1955Birthplace: Fort Monroe, Virginia Earle's unwillingness to be defined as either a rock or a country musician prevented him from breaking into the main…

Samuel EARLE

EARLE, Samuel, (nephew of Elias Earle and cousin of John Baylis Earle), a Representative from South Carolina; born in Frederick County, Va., November 28, 1760; moved to South Carolina in 1774; …

Earl Hines

Earl "Fatha" Hines played piano in Chicago clubs in the 1920s, first as a soloist and later as a bandleader. He made several recordings with Louis Armstrong in the '20s and '30s, then joined Armstron…

Steve Earle

El Corazon E-Squared/Warner Brothers With El Corazon, Steve Earle completes a remarkable triad that began shortly after his 1994 release from prison on heroin charges. He paints some un…

Earl Lloyd

Earl LloydBorn: April 28, 1928Birthplace: Alexandria, Va.Basketball forward On Oct. 30, 1950, Earl Lloyd became the first African-American to play in a National Basketball Association game. As…

Earle Edwards

Earle EdwardsAge: 88 coached N.C. State football for 17 seasons, the longest tenure for any Wolfpack football coach; won three ACC titles and made two Liberty Bowl appearances; won four ACC C…

Earl Young

Earl YoungAge: 21 back-up defensive back on the Fresno State football team; played in nine of the team's 11 games last season, starting in one; in the final game of the season Young made his …

Earl Weaver

Earl Weaver Born: Aug. 14, 1930Baseball managed the Baltimore Orioles to 6 Eastern Division titles, four AL pennants and a World Series victory in 1970; was ejected 91 times and suspended four…

Earl Anthony

Earl AnthonyBorn: Apr. 27, 1938Bowler 6-time PBA Bowler of Year; 41 career titles; first to earn $100,000 in 1 season (1975); first to earn $1 million in career; came out of retirement in '96;…