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Shaw, John. (31)

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Resident of Marshall, Ill., who served in company F, 30th Illinois Infantry, during the Civil War.

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Billings, John S. (John Shaw), 1838-1913 (115)

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U. S. Army surgeon and founder of the Army Medical Library. 1860. Graduated from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, with A.B., M.A. The Adjutant General of the Army had responsibility for matters relating to command, discipline, and administration of the military establishment, and has had the duties of recording, authenticating, and communicating the Secretary's orders, instructions,a nd regulations to troops and individuals in the Army. The Adjutant...

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Shaw, John (23)

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Epithet: of Sornbeg Epithet: surgeon Epithet: MD; author Epithet: Vicar of Bengeworth Epithet: of Add MS 38271 Epithet: Quartermaster, Royal Horse Guards Epithet: of Greenock Epithet: of Add MS 38847 Epithet: the younger; architect to Christ's Hospital Epithet: attorney, of Tamworth...

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Neilson, John Shaw, 1872-1942 (72)

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Emily Bulcock was the sister of writer Vance Palmer. John Shaw Neilson worked at various manual occupations and began contributing poems to the Bulletin in 1901. He continued to have poetry published until his death. John Neilson (1844-1922) father of John Shaw Neilson had a small quantity of poetry published, notably "Men of the Fifties." Because of eye-trouble, J.S. Neilson dictated most of his poetry and correspondence and ver...

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Shaw, John Bennett (22)

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Epithet: book collector The Baker Street Irregulars (as an organization) was founded in 1934 by Christopher Morley (and others), and continues to meet annually in New York City. (See Jon Lellenberg's multi-volume BSI Archival Series for a fuller historical treatment of the organization.) Local scion societies of the BSI are found world-wide, many of them producing newsletters or serial publications. John Bennett Shaw (1913-1994), possibly the pre-eminent Sherlockian coll...

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Shaw-Lefevre, George John, Baron Eversley (60)

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Epithet: Baron Eversley

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Shaw, John Mackay (6)

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John M. Shaw served as the personal secretary and biographer of Thomas Eugene Mitten, president of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company.

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Shaw-Lefevre, John George, Sir, active 1835-1857, KCB (28)

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Epithet: KCB

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Shaw, John, 1773-1823 (6)

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Naval officer. Biographical Note 1773 Born, Mountmellick, Queen's County, Ireland 1790 Emigrated to New York 1791 Duty in SS Sampson, East Indies 1793 Duty in SS S...

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Billings, John S. (John Shaw), 1898-1975 (8)

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No biographical history available for this identity.

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