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Thomas Francis MARSHALL

MARSHALL, Thomas Francis, (nephew of John Marshall), a Representative from Kentucky; born in Frankfort, Franklin County, Ky., June 7, 1801; pursued classical studies in Virginia; studied law; w…

Marshal

means an ostler or groom. His original duty was to feed, groom, shoe, and physic his master's horse. (British, marc, a mare; scalc, a servant.) Marshal Forward. Blucher; so called for his …

Paul Rudd

Comedic actor Paul Rudd's boyish charm has made him a popular sidekick in the movies since he first broke through as Alicia Silverstone's stepbrother Josh in the 1995 hit Clueless. In 2015 he made it …

Paul

(St.). Patron saint of preachers and tentmakers. Originally called Saul. The name was changed in honour of Serigus Paulus, whom he converted. His symbol are a sword and open book, the forme…

John Marshall

John Marshall was the fourth Chief Justice of the United States, appointed in 1801 by President John Adams. In the 34 years that Marshall presided over the Supreme Court, the federal powers of the ju…

Thurgood Marshall

Attorney Thurgood Marshall led the civil rights case of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka to a successful hearing at the Supreme Court of the United States in 1954. He became the court's first Afr…

Garry Marshall

Garry Marshall (Garry Kent Masciarelli) director, screenwriter, producer, actor Born: 11/13/1934 Birthplace: Bronx, New York Marshall has achieved great success as a writer and produce…

Humphrey MARSHALL

Senate Years of Service: 1795-1801Party: FederalistMARSHALL, Humphrey, (father of Thomas Alexander Marshall and cousin of John Marshall, and grandfather of Humphrey Marshall [1812-1872]), a Sen…