William Ward
Cricketer
William Ward
William Ward was an English financier, and noted cricketer.
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Theater manager accused of grand theft - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
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Sheriff's Deputy William Ward testified at the hearing that when questioned, Paulson first told him that he purchased the trailer for $300 from a man named "Luis" in Bellevue. Ward testified that Paulson later acknowledged taking the trailer from the
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Tenth Thomas Fraser festival to host acclaimed Malpass Brothers - Shetland Times Online
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The concerts will be compèred, in inimitable style, by Geordie Pottinger and John William Ward. Tickets cost £10 for Thursday 10th, and £14 for Friday 11th and Saturday 12th November and will be on sale from Saturday 15th October at the Hamnavoe Shop
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Four arrested early Monday - Brazil Times
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After a short time, William Ward, 28, Jasonville, and Amanda Wheeler, 33, Coalmont, exited the residence and were taken into custody on preliminary charges of Visiting a Common Nuisance and Resisting Law Enforcement. An additional misdemeanor charge of
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Delightful musical will have you spellbound - Montreal Gazette
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William Ward wins laugh after laugh as the self-important vice-principal who supplies alternate definitions and ridiculous examples of word usage. At first, Mike Melino, as the convict/janitor who consoles the losers, seems to have wandered in from
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William Ward Fisher - Amarillo.com
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William Ward was born Oct. 17, 1921, in Ridgeway to CR and Ada Fisher. He attended school in Commerce before joining the Army in 1942. During World War II he served as a medic in North Africa, Italy and France until 1945. After he was discharged,
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Pioneering police scheme proves success with young - Horncastle Today
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Kyle Jones, William Ward, Thomas Lea, Henry Lyddiatt and Louis Wagner took part in the Engage, Divert and Develop Young People programme organised by Horncastle Police. The programme aims to encourage good citizenship and reduce social exclusion by
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Lehigh Valley Conference Capsules - Allentown Morning Call
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QB/DB William Ward; sr. RB/DB Jacob Fernandez; jr. WR/DB Zak Dakes; jr. OL/DL Derrell Garland; jr. LB/RB Dominic Lewis; sr. OL/DL Patrick Fick; sr. OL/DL Dominic Singleton; jr. WR Taylor Hendricks; sr. OL/DL Gavin Adams; sr. RB/DB Jmerl Ross; sr
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AD Classics: The Museum of Fine Arts Houston / Mies Van der Rohe - IBTimes Canada
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The museum's original building was designed in 1924 by William Ward Watkin in the Neoclassical style. Here, the South facade features tall Greek columns. In contrast, Van der Rohe's addition on the North side of the museum stands as a renowned example
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Accused killer William Ward gives up right to preliminary hearing - The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
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By JD Malone | The Express-Times A 45-year-old Bethlehem man accused of killing and dismembering his girlfriend inside her West Bethlehem home gave up his right today to a preliminary hearing, sending all charges to Lehigh County Court
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IN THE MATTER OF WELFARE OF CHILDREN OF I. S. - Leagle.com
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William Ward, Hennepin County Public Defender, Kellie M. Charles, Assistant Public Defender, Minneapolis, Minnesota (for appellant father IS). Colin T. Nelson, Assistant Hennepin County Public Defender, Minneapolis, Minnesota (for respondent child JS)
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Colonial Policy and Practice in Manipur - KanglaOnline
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Sir William Ward, the new Chief Commissioner of Assam following him Major HP Maxwell the Political Agent of Manipur who represented the hard liner among the Indian Civil Service towards Manipur affairs, were asked to submit their comments for a policy
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Rutgers University summer scholars program attracts bright, young students - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
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William Ward, a biochemistry professor at Rutgers University, nodded to his student, whom he called one of the most brilliant he has come across in his 34 years as a science educator. But Owen, who turned 11 earlier this month, is not just a promising
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Midsummer Meets Mardi Gras at Plays in the Parks - Patch.com
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But William Ward says he had no problem casting “A Midsummer Night's Dream.” “It's not easy to handle, but there are so many talented people in the area, and we have a very strong cast who have all done Shakespeare before,” said Ward, who's directing
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Jackson South Elementary School Honor Roll - Southeast Missourian
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... Joshua Randol, Christyn Schaefer, Tyke Schubert, Chadd Williamson, Kaylee Wilson, Seth Brandel, Michael Dilley, Amber Donze, Chloe Griffin, Kaleb Irby, Hailey Mitchell, Elizabeth Sanders, Collin Simmons, Montana Stoner, William Ward, Payton Young,
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James S. Huszka, age 70 - Patch.com
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He was predeceased by his sister, Elizabeth Ward and his nephew, William Ward. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 am on Saturday, July 23 at St. Joseph Church, 159 Whisconier Road, Brookfield, burial to follow in St. Peter Cemetery
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1849
    Age 61
    Ward died on 30 June 1849 in London at Wyndham Place.
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  • 1848
    Age 60
    She died on 24 September 1848, leaving four sons—William George Ward, Henry Ward, Matthew Ward, and Arthur Ward—and two daughters.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1847
    Age 59
    In 1847 Ward published Remarks on the Monetary Legislation of Great Britain (London), in which he condemned the act of 1816 establishing an exclusive gold standard, and called for a bi-metallic currency.
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  • 1845
    Age 57
    Ward played until 1845.
    More Details Hide Details His score of 278 for the MCC v Norfolk at Lord's in 1820 was the highest individual innings in first-class cricket until W. G. Grace scored first-class cricket's first triple-century in August 1876, more than 27 years after Ward's death. The ball used is thought to be the oldest in existence and is kept in the MCC Museum. In 1825 Thomas Lord was negotiating the sale of his cricket ground as a building estate when Ward stepped in and saved Lord's for cricket. The price was £5000. He was celebrated in the following anonymous poem. John Nyren dedicated his famous book The Young Cricketer's Tutor to Ward when it appeared in 1833. He described Ward as "the most worthy man of the day to reflect credit upon my choice as a patron". More recently, Ward was mentioned in The Duckworth Lewis Method's song, "Gentlemen and Players".
  • FORTIES
  • 1835
    Age 47
    In 1835 he presented himself as a candidate, and was defeated by the Whigs; and retired from public life.
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  • 1831
    Age 43
    In 1831, discontented at the spirit of reform, he declined to stand for parliament.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1826
    Age 38
    On 9 June 1826 he became Member of Parliament in the Tory interest for the City of London, and in 1830 at the request of the Duke of Wellington, he acted as chairman of the committee appointed to investigate the affairs of the East India Company, before the opening of the China trade.
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  • 1819
    Age 31
    In 1819 he gave evidence before the parliamentary committees on the restrictions on payments in cash by the Bank of England.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1817
    Age 29
    In 1817 he was elected a director of the Bank of England, known as an expert on foreign exchanges.
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  • 1811
    Age 23
    On 26 April 1811 he married Emily, fifth daughter of Harvey Christian Combe, a London alderman.
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  • 1810
    Age 22
    Ward was destined for commerce, and spent some time at Antwerp in a banking-house. On his return his father took him into partnership in 1810.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1787
    Born
    Born at Highbury Place, Islington, in July 1787, he was the second son of George Ward (died 1829), of Northwood Park, Cowes, a London merchant and large landowner in the Isle of Wight and Hampshire, by his wife Mary (died 1813), daughter of Henry Sampson Woodfall.
    More Details Hide Details Robert Plumer Ward was his uncle. He was educated at Winchester College.
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