Anne Greene
Anne Greene
Anne Greene, was falsely accused of committing infanticide in 1650. Greene was born in 1628, in Steeple Barton, Oxfordshire. She entered the household of Sir Thomas Read of Dunstew in the same county as a domestic servant. She was seduced by her master's grandson and gave birth to a child, which, as she alleged, and according to medical evidence, was stillborn. She was, however, condemned to death for murder, and on 14 December 1650 was hanged at Oxford.
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Myrtis and Mary Greene - Press-Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
Their children are Earl Stanley and Sally Anne Greene, of Riverside; and Deborah Rogers, of Los Angeles. They have three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Sally and Raymond Jimenez, 50-year residents of Bloomington, celebrated their 55th
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Cardenio accesses the heart through the head - West Cape News
Google News - over 5 years
Jemma Khan as Anne Greene and Dorotea the puppet in After Cardenio. Pic: Ant Strack ACADEMIA has its gateways, its increasingly rarefied rings of knowledge and power the keys to which are handed over with ceremony to those who crack the nod
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Scranton Church to Become Parking Lot - WNEP-TV
Google News - over 5 years
College spokeswoman Anne Greene said there are now plans to eventually tear it down and turn it into parking for students and staff, but not before checking out any potential hazards. Greene said the first step is to do an environmental assessment of
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Jane Taylor premières After Cardenio - Media Update
Google News - over 5 years
In Oxford, a young woman, Anne Greene, is hanged for killing her infant. Her body is prepared for dissection for an anatomy in the presence of several surgeons and scholars. After Cardenio is a new work of experimental theatre, written and directed by
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d'Vine Palette features art and wine - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Google News - over 5 years
A panel chose these artists to participate, including Don Coker, Len Jagoda, Eddie LeRoy, Booth Malone, Ralph Taylor, Robert Christie, Jo Farris, Dick Millman, Bucky Bowles, Arlaine Morrison, Pat Christian, Cheryl Mann-Hardin, Anne Greene,
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Twins among more than 1000 participants at this year's Relay for Life in ... - The Herald-Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Jo Anne Greene of Martinsburg was slowly making her way around the track pushing a walker. She was honoring the memory of her aunt, Nell Shroades of Martinsburg. A trio of young teens was carrying the banner in front of their team, the Awesome Pavement
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Town seeks similar for friendship, and maybe more - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
Newbridge, Co Kildare The idea for Bad Lippspringe to approach Naas apparently stemmed from a Kildare local living in the German spa town, says the Newbridge town clerk, Anne Greene. But Naas declined, having been twinned already with other towns
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Does Reporting on the Reporting of Gossip Make it Not Gossip? - Huffington Post
Google News - almost 6 years
I met up with Anne Greene, the head of the writing program at Wesleyan now and my freshman writing professor back in the day, just before my talk, and we chuckled about the news of Arnold's love child and the French IMF rapist
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Paid Notice: Deaths CARRICK, ELIZABETH BATES BORN IN SUMMIT
NYTimes - almost 6 years
CARRICK--Elizabeth Bates Born in Summit, NJ. on October 27, 1913, to Captain Guy and Anne Greene Bates. She graduated from the Kent Place School in 1931. She spent one year at the University of Arizona where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 1936 with a major in History. She taught lipreading at the
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The History of the “Tenured Radical” - Wesleyan Argus
Google News - almost 6 years
“Anne Greene talks about this. She says that so much of what students write doesn't have anything to do with what they care about, and they just do it and they just write papers because they're told to. But they don't really like them and they don't
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Paid Notice: Deaths BAIG, SHIRLEY
NYTimes - about 11 years
BAIG--Shirley. Born in 1921 in Canada she lived most of her life in the New York metropolitan area. Shirley passed away on Sunday, December 18 in Santa Monica, California. She is survived by her sister Dell Looney, her nieces Karen Byrd and Anne Greene and her nephew David Brown. Shirley worked for 40 years for the New York Times until she retired
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Paid Notice: Deaths JONES, ROY H. JR., MD
NYTimes - about 11 years
JONES--Roy H. Jr., MD, was born December 4, 1930 in Washington DC. He was the only child born to Edna and Roy Jones. Roy attended high school at Boys High School in Brooklyn, NY and went to College at the City College of New York in New York City. He then pursued his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at Howard University in Washington, DC. After
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J. Hexter, 86, Who Began History of Freedom
NYTimes - about 20 years
J. H. Hexter, an American historian who conceived an ambitious and continuing project to produce a history of freedom and democracy, died on Dec. 8 at his home in St. Louis. He was 86. He retired six years ago as professor of history at Washington University in St. Louis. During his 60-year career he taught at Queens College in New York from 1939
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Police Toss a Curve to Find Babe Ruth's Stolen Uniform
NYTimes - over 21 years
The uniform that Ruth wore is now in police custody. So is a onetime pitcher who told detectives that the strikeout record he set years ago at Trenton High School still stands. The police said the suspect, William Wilson 3d, 39, of 305 West 145th Street, stole the uniform faster than Babe Ruth could circle the bases after blasting one out of the
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A Private Study Finds Many Children in Shelters Have Signs of Malnutrition
NYTimes - about 22 years
Many homeless children tested by health workers in the New York City shelter system suffered from iron deficiency and other symptoms of malnutrition that could severely affect their long-term health, according to a survey by an advocacy group for the homeless. The yearlong study of 200 children was done by the New York Children's Health Project,
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Professionals Offer Help To High School Writers
NYTimes - over 25 years
DANIEL E. DOYLE recalls that when he was a college basketball coach, the players he was trying to recruit were well liked and respected in their high schools. But since he wrote a novel two years ago, Mr. Doyle said, he has visited high schools and has come to realize that no matter how talented, young writers are generally unknown in their
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Patricia Greene Weds
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Patricia Anne Greene, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin A. Greene of Southampton, L.I., was married at her parents' home last evening to Jeffrey James Feriola, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Feriola of Hempstead, L.I. Rabbi David Greenberg officiated. Mrs. Feriola, who graduated from Stephens College, is a medical administrator for the Cigna
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COLLEGES RENEW EMPHASIS ON WRITING INSTRUCTION
NYTimes - almost 32 years
One of the teachers would usually arrive with some beer, but apparently everyone had been too busy that afternoon to buy any. That added to their weariness as they sat in a creaky- floored office in Harvard University's Freshman Union, and for a minute they considered adjourning rather than talking about their classes. Dutifully, the five teachers
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Elizabeth Greene Plans to Be Wed To Robert Dew
NYTimes - over 34 years
Mr. and Mrs. F. Colman Greene of Quaker Hill, Pawling, N.Y., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Anne Greene, to Robert Henry Dew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dew of New York and Hamilton, Bermuda. The wedding is planned for Oct. 2. The bride, an alumna of the Trinity-Pawling School and Hollins College, attended the Sorbonne
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    THIRTIES
  • 1665
    Age 37
    Died in 1665.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1628
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    Greene was born in 1628, in Steeple Barton, Oxfordshire.
    More Details Hide Details She entered the household of Sir Thomas Reade of the manor house at nearby Duns Tew as a scullery maid. She was seduced by her master's grandson and gave birth to a child, which, as she alleged, and according to medical evidence, was stillborn.
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