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Joseph Ellicott

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1760, Nov 11826, Aug 19
an American surveyor, city planner, land office agent, lawyer and politician of the Quaker faith. In 1790, his brother Andrew Ellicott was hired by the federal government to survey the new federal district, where the new capital city of Washington was to be built. Joseph was Andrew's chief assistant during the latter part of the survey. Joseph Ellicott was s...
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James Ellis

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1763 ca1830, Mar 25/26
an English lawyer and antiquary. Ellis was the son of William Ellis, a glover, of Hexham, and was born about January 1763. He practised as a solicitor in Hexham, and then at Newcastle upon Tyne. He was the author of some verses referred to in Moses Aaron Richardson's Table Book. He also had an extensive knowledge of Border history, communicated materials on ...
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Oliver Ellsworth

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1745, Apr 291807, Nov 26
an American lawyer, judge, politician, and diplomat. He was a drafter of the United States Constitution, a United States Senator from Connecticut, and the third Chief Justice of the United States. Born in Windsor, Connecticut, Ellsworth attended the College of New Jersey and helped found the American Whig–Cliosophic Society. In 1777, he became the state at...
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Barbara Erni

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1743, Feb 151785, Feb 26
a Liechtenstein woman known for stealing from inns throughout western Europe using a confidence trick. Known in Liechtenstein legend as Golden Boos, Erni was the last person to be executed by Liechtenstein. Erni was born in Feldkirch to a homeless couple. In 1779, she married Tiroler Franz, a man with a reputation for criminal behaviour. According to the leg...
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William David Evans

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17671821, Dec 5
an English lawyer. In 1817 he was unsuccessful in an application for a vacant judgeship, but two years later the recordership of Bombay, worth 7,000l. a year, was conferred on him, and at the same time he received the honour of knighthood. On the voyage out, Evans occupied himself on the composition of A Treatise upon the Civil Law, and he originated a weekl...
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