Carl Maxie Brashear (January 19, 1931 – July 25, 2006) was a United States Navy sailor. ... that said, "To Carl M. Brashear. From Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1957.
The French Huguenot Family Brashear (Brasseur) who found freedom in America . ... has been most thoroughly researched in recent times and published by Charles Brashear in two volumes titled A Brashear(s) Family History. ... Benjamin (d.
Charlie CHARLES BRASHEAR,. Novelist, Teacher, Family Historian ... (M.A. 1960), and I hold a Ph.D. from the University of Denver writing program (1962).
Carl Brashear Tribute: RICHMOND, Virginia (AP) _ Carl M. Brashear,. ... ''Instead I'd go hide somewhere and soak my leg in a bucket of hot water with salt in it _ ...
Charles D(1), Brashear A, Hauser RA, Li HI, Boo LM, Brin MF; CD 140 Study Group. Collaborators: Brashear A, Charles D, Comella C, Cullis P, Dubinsky R, ...
Schedule an appointment with Neurologist Allison Brashear, M.D., a leading movement disorders specialist, at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, ...
Mar 25, 2016 ... Benjamin Benoit Brassieur*/Brashear, b. before 1620 France@ #, d. Dec. ... family according to Brashear, Charles and McCoy, Shirley Brasher.
The police jury of 1844 comprised Pierre Fauquier, Z. Juneau, Lncien D. Coco, Julien ..... Charles D. Brashear presented his commission as sheriff, and ...
Jul 27, 2006 ... Carl M. Brashear, a son of Kentucky sharecroppers who in 1970 became the United States Navy's first black master diver, and whose story was ...
Jul 30, 2006 ... Brashear died July 25 at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth of respiratory and ... If you made a mistake he'd tell you to get up and do it again."