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William H. Crook (October 15, 1839 – March 13, 1915) was one of President Abraham Lincoln's bodyguards in 1865. After Lincoln's assassination he continued ...

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William Crook may refer to: William H. Crook (1839–1915), one of Abraham Lincoln's presidential bodyguards and longtime White House employee; William  ...

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Washington policeman, William Henry Crook, was assigned as a White House guard starting in January 1865 and remained as a White House employee long ...

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Biography of William H. Crook, Colonel, United States Army.

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Bio information about Dr William Crook, famous for his exploration of adultsÍ chronic health complaints connected to yeast overgrowth and author of several ...

www.nytimes.com/1997/10/31/us/william-crook-72-ambassador-to-australia-and-johnson-aide.html

Oct 31, 1997 ... William H Crook, Texas preacher turned politician who served in several posts in Johnson Administration, dies at age of 72; photo (M)

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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. William Henry Crook (1839–1915), a veteran of the Union army and the Washington Police Force, served twelve US ...

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Colonel William Crook was detailed from the Metropolitan police to protect Abraham ... Crook, Warren Young, Benjamin F. Barnes, George Bruce Cortelyou,  ...

lbj.utexas.edu/william-h-crook-program-international-affairs

The William H. Crook Program in International Affairs is dedicated to promoting global economic development and fighting poverty. It sponsors innovative ...