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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Gist

Christopher Gist (1706–1759) was a colonial British explorer, surveyor and frontiersman. ... Christopher's brother Nathaniel Gist married Sarah's sister Mary Howard, ... Robert Dinwiddie, the governor of Virginia, sent Washington to Fort Le Boeuf to deliver a message to the French demanding they leave the Ohio Country.

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Nov 16, 2014 ... Christopher Nathaniel Weaver, of Woodbridge, died from his wounds after being transported to the hospital, police said. The juvenile, who was ...

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Christopher Nathaniel, ATC. Mr. Nathaniel is board certified by the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers and the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a ...

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Medical Staff. Christopher J. Catullo, PA-C · Christopher J. Catullo, PA-C. Christopher Nathaniel, ATC · Christopher Nathaniel, ATC. In This Section. Physicians.

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168315, ALEO, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL. 7/24/2017 .... 201944, BIRD, CHRISTOPHER STEVEN. 9/13/2017 ..... 225147, FLORES, JOE NATHAN. 8/17/ 2017 ...

digital.library.okstate.edu/Chronicles/v015/v015p003.html

Their son, Richard (1684-1741), was the father of Christopher Gist, who is known ... of young George Washington in the Ohio river region in 1753 to ascertain the ...

www.chrisfarnsworth.com

Official website of writer Christopher Farnsworth, author of Killfile, The Eternal ... and the Nathaniel Cade series, about a vampire who works for the President of the ... the New Republic, Washington Monthly, and on The Awl. Born and raised in ...

journals.psu.edu/wph/article/viewFile/1590/1438

Colonel George Washington in June, 1754, temporarily for- tified there on his .... two daughters: Christopher, Nathaniel, William, Thomas,. Edith, and Jemima.