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Goodloe Edgar BYRON

BYRON, Goodloe Edgar, (husband of Beverly Barton Butcher Byron, son of Katharine Edgar Byron and William Devereux Byron, and great grandson of Louis Emery McComas), a Representative from Maryla…

Byron

The Polish Byron. Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855). The Russian Byron. Alexander Sergeivitch Puschkin (1799-1837) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894ByrsaBy-the-way …

Byron Nelson

Byron NelsonBorn: Feb. 4, 1912Golfer 2-time winner of both Masters (1937,42) and PGA (1940,45); also U.S. Open champion in 1939; won 19 tournaments in 1945, including 11 in a row; also set all…

George Miller

George Miller is the film director, producer and writer who made the successful Mad Max movie series, from 1979's Mad Max to 2015's Fury Road. He grew up in rural Australia and studied medicine at the…

Farmer George

George III.; so called from his farmer-like manners, taste, dress, and amusements. (1738, 1760-1820.) “A better farmer ne'er brushed dew from lawn.” Byrons Vision of Judgment.…

Beverly Barton Butcher BYRON

BYRON, Beverly Barton Butcher, (wife Goodloe Edgar Byron and daughter-in-law of William Devereux Byron and Katharine Edgar Byron), a Representative from Maryland; born Beverly Barton Butcher in…

Katharine Edgar BYRON

BYRON, Katharine Edgar, (wife of William Devereux Byron, mother of Goodloe Edgar Byron, and granddaughter of Louis Emory McComas), a Representative from Maryland; born in Detroit, Mich., Octobe…

William Devereux BYRON

BYRON, William Devereux, (husband of Katharine Edgar Byron and father of Goodloe Edgar Byron), a Representative from Maryland; born in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Va., May 15, 1895; moved to…

Byron Nelson 2006 Deaths

Byron NelsonAge: 94 professional golfer who won both the Masters and the PGA Championship twice. won He won 18 tournaments in 1945, including a record 11 in a row. Many golfers have tried to i…

Byron (Whizzer) White

Byron (Whizzer) WhiteBorn: June 8, 1917Football All-America HB at Colorado (1937); signed with Pittsburgh in 1938 for the then largest contract in pro history ($15,800); took Rhodes Scholarshi…