John Hall
English physician and William Shakespeare's son-in-law
John Hall
John Hall was a physician and son-in-law of William Shakespeare.
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ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF ESTABLISHMENT - Napa Valley Register
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17, I attended an appreciation reception at St. John's Hall for Harry Martin, the editor/publisher of the former weekly Napa Sentinel, who also served on the Napa City Council for 12 years, and who has come upon hard economic times
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College Park retail options still open for student's vote - UTA The Shorthorn
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UTA has received five letters of intent from businesses to work in the College Park District, said John Hall, Administration and Campus Operations vice president. Which businesses sent letters can't be released until any leases are finalized, he said
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Annette John-Hall: Assaulting bus drivers should bring enhanced penalty - Philadelphia Inquirer
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Think "public servant" and police officers, firefighters, and members of the military come to mind. You know, the men and women who take vows to protect and serve. It probably never dawned on anyone to think of Desmond Jones as a
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MURRIETA: Former choir director pleads guilty - North County Times
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Joseph Jermaine Spencer, 26, of Murrieta, pleaded guilty to one felony count of statutory rape and one felony count of sexual penetration, and agreed to a three-year prison sentence, said John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County District
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Center for Literacy getting aid to support its important mission - Philadelphia Inquirer
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The reality is that without being able to read or comprehend, the quality of life folds like a deck of first-grade vocabulary cards. I'm not just saying this because I read and write for a living. (Shout-out to my pragmatic mother
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Annette John-Hall: For Philadelphia teachers, it's back to work after a ... - Philadelphia Inquirer
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When we last checked on Philadelphia's public school teachers a few months ago, the situation was, to put it mildly, a hot mess. More than 1000 teachers had received pink slips, casualties of the district's $650 million budget gap
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Annette John-Hall: In praise of being ready | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-08-30 - Philadelphia Inquirer
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Mayor Nutter held a news conference Monday he described as sort of a post-Hurricane Irene wrap-up. He talked about river crests and road openings and the 182000 Peco subscribers - 2500 in Philly - still without power (90 percent of
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Michael Palin: geography students hold the key to the world's problems - The Guardian
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John Hall, my geography teacher at school inspired me to a lifelong interest ingeography and a curiosity about our world which has stayed with me through my life, and through seven television series. Geography is a living, breathing subject,
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Suspect Detained in Wellston Shooting - WSAZ-TV
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Wellston Police Chief, John Hall says the victim is Tommy Gilliland, 26, of Wellston. Hall says the shooting happened at residence in the 100 block of Driving Park Road in Wellston. The Chief says when investigators arrived at the shooting scene,
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Why no focus on kids who apologized for flash-mob violence? - Philadelphia Inquirer
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I'm not at all surprised that curious members of the media from as far away as Europe and Canada called last week, asking about Philadelphia's recent flash-mob incidents. Random acts of violence have broken out like a bad case of
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Hall's pupils in PGA Championship - Plattsburgh Press Republican
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WESTPORT — John Hall had more than a passing interest when he looked at the top of the leaderboard following Thursday's opening round of the PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club. Leading the way in the fourth major of the season were Steve
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John Hall is now Realty ONE Group Two Acclaimed Realty Powerhouses to Become ... - Benzinga
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Realty ONE Group and John Hall & Associates announced today they will join forces to become one of the largest real estate brokerages in Arizona. John Hall & Associates has been a leader in Arizona real estate since 1974 and Realty ONE Group has been
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In admonishing teen mobs, Nutter pulls out shame-game shackle - Philadelphia Inquirer
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And there was a whole lot of it during his 30-minute rant - I mean, sermon - from behind the pulpit to a packed congregation Sunday at Mount Carmel Baptist Church in West Philadelphia. Disgusted by the mobs of African American
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Timeline
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1636
    Age 61
    Died in 1636.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1613
    Age 38
    In 1613, Lane defamed Susanna, claiming she had committed adultery with one Ralph Smith, a 35-year-old haberdasher, and had caught a venereal disease from Smith.
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  • 1611
    Age 36
    The earliest case, in Stratford, dates from 1611, making it almost certain that he lived and worked in Stratford from at least the time of his marriage.
    More Details Hide Details The first notebook still survives, but the original manuscript of the second notebook has been lost. The slander case has been used as the subject of a play, The Herbal Bed, by Peter Whelan. In the original production Hall was played by Liam Cunningham. He was portrayed by Tom Hiddleston in A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets, a TV movie first broadcast on BBC Four on the 22 November 2005 as part of a supporting program for the BBC's ShakespeaRe-Told season.
  • 1607
    Age 32
    He established a practice in Stratford-upon-Avon, where he was the only doctor in the town. He married Shakespeare's daughter Susanna on 5 June 1607.
    More Details Hide Details They had one daughter, Elizabeth. Their home in Stratford, Hall's Croft, is now open to the public. After Shakespeare's death, they moved into his former house at New Place. Hall was a leading local Puritan. He had supported the Puritan vicar, Thomas Wilson, against whom there was much local opposition. The leader of the anti-Wilson faction, John Lane, had organised a riot to protest against Wilson's regime.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1575
    Age 0
    Born in 1575.
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