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Manuel Eyre
... Manuel Eyre (1736–1805) was a colonel in the Continental Army, a shipbuilder, and the brother of Revolutionary War heroes Benjamin and Jehu Eyre ... Manuel Eyre was born in Burlington, New Jersey, one of five children of George and Mary Eyre ... Shortly after these marriages, the Eyres would take over the shipping yards at Kensington (now part of Philadelphia) ...
List Of Costume Drama Films - Films By Period - Regency/Early 1800s
... Anderson (2001) I Remember Nelson (1982) Impromptu (1991) Jane Eyre (1921) Jane Eyre (1934) Jane Eyre (1944) Jane Eyre (1955) Jane Eyre (1956) Jane Eyre (1961) Jane ...
Eyre - Other Uses
... Eyre (legal term), in medieval England Jane Eyre (fictional character), heroine the Charlotte Brontë novel of the same name ...
List Of Utah State University Alumni - Education
... the Sand Diego County Office of Education Eyre, Linda J.Linda J ... Eyre 1970 B.S ... Co-author, with her husband Richard Eyre, of 33 books on parenting, including New York Times #1 Best Seller Teaching Your Children Values developed and founded Joy Schools preschool system Eyre, RichardRichard ...
List Of United States Political Families (B) - The Bowdles and Eyres
... Lawrence Eyre (1862–1926), Pennsylvania State Senator 1917-1922 ... Lawrence Eyre ... Eyre (1905–1976), Mayor of Chester, Pennsylvania 1956-1963 ...

Famous quotes containing the word eyre:

    Balance is the enemy of art.
    —Richard Eyre (b. 1943)