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For the American politician with a similar name, see William Henson Wallace. William Henry Wallace (March 24, 1827 – March 21, 1901) was an American farmer, newspaper publisher, lawyer, soldier, judge, and legislator. He served as
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his parents, John and Elizabeth Kelly Lawler, moved to the United States and settled initially in Frederick County, Maryland. In 1819, they moved to rural Gallatin County, Illinois. He received an appointment as a captain
the Citizens of Crescent City in 1856 to defend the town against attack by indians of Klamath County. He was also editor of the Northern Californian, one of two newspapers on the Humboldt Bay. While
General John T. Hughes at the First Battle of Independence. Gideon W. Thompson was born in Todd County, Kentucky to Robert C. Thompson and Evaline (Roberts). They relocated to Howard County, Missouri while Gideon was
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The Hellsing Organization, a secret branch of the British government, has long been battling supernatural threats to keep the people safe from creatures of the night. Its current leader, Sir Integra Hellsing, controls her own personal army to eliminate the…