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Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith, played by George Peppard, is a fictional character and one of the four protagonists of the 1980s action-adventure television series The A-Team. The producers originally had James Coburn in mind to play the part of Hannibal, but it eventually ended up going to Peppard.

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Jun 25, 2017 ... Genealogy for John Smith, Colonel (1701 - 1775) family tree on Geni, with over 175 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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Aug 28, 2017 ... Genealogy for Colonel John Smith, I (1709 - 1783) family tree on Geni, with over 175 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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John Smith had two wills. One was dated 1753 (See original wills, Box 3, Staunton, Virginia) and this one dated April 26, 1779. He did not die after his first will, which was probably proven at that date because Col. John Smith fought along with his sons at Fort Vause, was captured, moved from camp to camp, then taken to ...

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Notes for COLONEL JOHN SMITH, SR.: "Capt. John Smith born 1698, in England , settled with his parents in Province of Ulster, Ireland; is said to have been a Colonel of the British Army, and married in 1719 to Margaret, immigrated to America about 1730 with his wife & children, settled, 1st in Chester Co. PA about 1740 ...

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www.nps.gov/jame/learn/historyculture/life-of-john-smith.htm

Captain John Smith was an adventurer, soldier, explorer and author. Through the telling of his early life, we can trace the developments of a man who became a dominate force in the eventual success of Jamestown and the establishment of its legacy as the first permanent English settlement in North America. John Smith ...

www.arlingtoncemetery.net/johnluci.htm

Colonel John Lucian Smith, Medal of Honor recipient and Marine Corps ace who shot down 19 Japanese planes in World War II, died June 10, 1972 at Encino, California. During the crucial battle for the Solomons, the colonel led Marine Fighter Squadron 223 on sorties against the enemy, during which the squadron ...

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Jul 10, 2010 ... Today it's 1 month ago when The A-Team hitting the Cinema's all over the world. A video with some new frames from The A-Team movie. A video about Col. John ' ...