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Stewart has also composed TV music – in the mid-'80s he wrote the new title theme to the revamped BBC Television AOR show ' The Old Grey Whistle Test ' and later wrote, produced and performed much of the soundtrack to the TV drama series 'Lost Belongings', set in Northern Ireland. From the 1990s on he has written music for TV programmes made by British production company Associated Rediffusion; these include the Channel 4 series 'Inside Victor Lewis-Smith ' (1995), 'Ads Infinitum' (BBC2, 1999) and the 2003 documentary on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop 'Alchemists of Sound'. In recent years, he has written string and choir arrangements for a number of acts, including Anathema , Porcupine Tree and Steven Wilson . (See 'Arranger' below.) He is often confused with David A. Stewart , founder of Eurythmics .

Barbara Carrera , Actress: Never Say Never Again. Barbara Carrera was born Barbara Kingsbury on December 31, 1945 in Bluefields, Nicaragua. This …

He came to NC State after leading the program at Northern Illinois to its most successful two years in program history.  His first Husky squad won the school’s first Mid-American Conference Championship since 1983 and tied the school record with 11 wins.  His second version repeated as league champions and set a new school record by posting 12 victories for the season and earned a trip to the Orange Bowl - the first BCS berth ever for a MAC school.  Doeren was a finalist for several national coach of the year awards following the 2012 campaign.

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Ada directs all strategies for Vulcan Real Estate and oversees $2 billion in real estate assets including the transformation of the formerly industrial neighborhood of South Lake Union into Seattle’s leading innovation district and the first LEED-certified neighborhood plan in Washington State and becoming the nation’s first “Salmon-Safe” real estate developer dedicated to decreasing the impact of construction on the marine environment. 

Many small farmers opposed the British militia under Governor Tryon at the Battle of Alamance, May 16, 1771, but they lost and were compelled to take the oath of allegiance to the King. About 4,000 people who refused to take the oath left North Carolina over the next few years and moved into Tennessee. Among those who moved to Montgomery County, Tennessee , were Williamson PLANT and Thomas PETTY who is also listed in deed for the Long Pine Methodist Church . Nathan Morris is listed as a Private in the roster of soldiers in the American Revolution as being in Evan's Company, from 1782 for 18 months. (North Carolina State Records, Clark, Vol XVI, 1782-1783, page 149) The 1800 Census of Anson County lists the Nathan Morris family as having 3 males under the age of 10, 1 female between 10 and 16, 3 females 16 to 26, and the father being 45 or older. This would put Nathan's birthdate at 1755 or earlier. In 1803, Montgomery County was split up, creating Dickson County , and Thomas PETTY staked a claim on Piney River. The Nathan Morris family moved to Montgomery County in 1807. Nathan MORRIS was still living in Montgomery County, TN at the time he wrote his will on February 28, 1830 . They lived on a plantation and Nathan had 5 personal servants himself. It is not known how many other servants were in their household or worked on the plantation. The following children were from his first wife, Louisa (last name and dates unknown):

The will also lists the following people who are assumed to also be grown children already married: Nathan MORRIS was married twice, the second time to Michal (last name unknown, 1778-186?) and the Will lists the following children separately, with inhertitances more closely tied to Michal: John MORRIS (1819-?) The third son of Nathan and Michal MORRIS was John. According to the 1850 and 1860 US Census for Hickman County, John MORRIS was born in 1819 in Montgomery county, Tennessee. He married Sarah G. WILLIAMSON on 06/20/1846. (Sarah had a sister named Ann F. WILLIAMSON, who married John W. PLANT 07/26/1845.) John and Sarah had the following children:

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