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  1. Koko Jones

    Reuben and Bassist Charles Brown. Miss Jones continues to be produced by Babatunde Lea who remains a teacher and confidant to Miss Jones. Discography As a support musician Free Bop Charles McPherson ...Infobox musical artist name Koko Jones image alt Koko Jones caption Koko Jnes image size landscape yes, if wide image, otherwise leave blank background non vocal instrumentalist birth name Kevin Jones alias Bujo Kevin Jones birth date birth date and age YYYY MM DD birth place origin death date death date and age YYYY MM DD YYYY MM DD death date 1st death place genre Jazz occupation musician instrument percussion years active 1978 present label Mot ma Music associated acts Babatunde Lea website URL kokojones.com notable instruments Koko Jones , formerly known as Bujo Kevin Jones , ref http calendar.witf.org ... Event Details View Koko Jones Concert and Conversation Bot generated title ref is an African American ... jazz on his impressive debut. ref http jazztimes.com articles 16240 tenth world bujo kevin jones Jazz Albums Tenth World Bujo Kevin Jones By Bill Milkowski Jazz Articles Bot generated title ref Jones ... Bujo Kevin Jones & 10th World Culture Beat Bot generated title ref Jones grew up in Englewood, New ... Babatunde Lea, Marvin Bugalu Smith, Congolese drummers Titos Sompa and Coster Massamba ... full custody of her child. She transitioned back in 2008. Jones has performed with Whitney Houston , The Isley ... Ensemble ref http blogcritics.org music article review bujo kevin jones tenth world ixzz1VJ3KYLem Review Bujo Kevin Jones Tenth World Blogcritics Music Bot generated title ref Tenth World Tenth World is the name of Jones s band when she was presenting as Kevin Jones. Her band mates were Kelvin Sholar piano , Jamieo Brown drums, percussion , Brian Horton saxophone and flute , George Makinto flute ... Her new project will be forthcoming on Mot ma Music. The Koko Jones Band includes singers Derrick ... http www.kokojones.com Official Site http www.motema.com artist kevin jones Bujo Kevin Jones at Mot ma ...   more details



  1. Joey Jones

    and arrival of Denis Smith footballer Denis Smith . In 2005, Jones completed his autobiography entitled ...Use dmy dates date April 2012 For other persons named Joey Jones, see Joey Jones disambiguation Joey Jones . For other similarly named people, see Joseph Jones or Joe Jones . BLP sources date October 2010 Infobox football biography name Joey Jones image fullname Joseph Patrick Jones birth date birth ... Jones born 4 March 1955 in Llandudno ref name fl http www.neilbrown.newcastlefans.com player joeyjones.htm Football League career stats at Neil Brown ref is a former Wales international association football ... Treble . Club career Wrexham Jones joined Wrexham A.F.C. Wrexham in 1971. He made his debut at the age ... City in the final. Jones established himself as a right back and helped Wrexham to the quarter finals of the FA Cup in 1974, the first time the club had reached that stage. ref name barmy Liverpool Jones ... name lfchistory cite web title Player profile Joey Jones url http www.lfchistory.net Players Player ... web title Joey Jones Liverpool FC 1975 1978 url http www.sporting heroes.net football heroes displayhero ... play enough matches to qualify. ref name lfcprofile cite web title Joey Jones Profile url http www.liverpoolfc.tv history past players joey jones publisher Liverpool FC accessdate 20 May 2011 ref In 1977 left back Jones was part of the treble chasing Liverpool F.C. Liverpool team which won the Football ... League European Cup . ref name lfcprofile Jones scored his first goal for the club on 9 November ... Cup final at Wembley Stadium 1923 Wembley to Manchester United F.C. Manchester United , though Jones ... . ref name lfcprofile Jones was in and out of the side the following year, with the renaissance of Tommy Smith footballer born 1945 Tommy Smith and the emergence of young Scottish defender Alan Hansen ... date November 2007 Chelsea In 1982, Jones joined Chelsea F.C. Chelsea for 34,000, having been signed by John Neal footballer John Neal . Jones was sent off on his debut against Carlisle United at Brunton ...   more details



  1. Kevin Brown

    Kevin Brown may refer to Kevin Brown actor , actor who plays the role of Dot Com in the NBC sitcom 30 Rock Kevin Brown author born 1960 writer, journalist and translator Kevin Brown catcher born 1973 , former Major League Baseball catcher Kevin Brown defensive tackle , American football player currently on the practice squad of the Seattle Seahawks Kevin Brown historian born 1961 , English historian of medicine, archivist and curator Kevin Brown ice hockey born 1974 , former professional ice hockey hockey player Kevin Brown left handed pitcher born 1966 , former Major League Baseball pitcher who appeared in parts of three seasons Kevin Brown poet born 1970 , poet, author and teacher Kevin Brown right handed pitcher born 1965 , former Major League Baseball right handed starting pitcher Kevin Brown rugby league born 1984 , English rugby league footballer Kevin Brown, better known as Agent Kay , a fictional character played by Tommy Lee Jones in the Men in Black series of films hndis Brown, Kevin DEFAULTSORT Brown, Kevin de Kevin Brown fr Kevin Brown ...   more details



  1. Reunald Jones

    Reunald Jones Sr. December 22, 1910 February 26, 1989 , was a jazz trumpeter who worked both in big bands and as a studio musician. Jones was born in Indianapolis . He studied at the Michigan Conservatory , and then played with territory band s such as that of Speed Webb . In the 1930s and 1940s Joes worked with musicians such as Charlie Johnson bandleader Charlie Johnson , the Savoy Bearcats , Fess Williams , Chick Webb 1933 34 , Sam Wooding , Claude Hopkins , Willie Bryant , Teddy Hill , Don Redman 1936 38 , Erskine Hawkins , Duke Ellington 1946 , Jimmie Lunceford , Lucky Millinder and Sy Oliver . He soloed sparingly after his time with Chick Webb. He played lead trumpet with the Count Basie Orchestra 1952 57 , which gave him some fame due to his one handed solo style of playing, but Jones was rarely featured. However, Jones was featured as a member of the Quincy Jones group, The Jones Boys 56 58 , a session conceived by Leonard Feather featuring a number of musicians named Jones, though none of them were related. From the 1940s Jones did extensive work as a studio musician. He toured with Woody Herman 1959 , George Shearing s big band ca. 1960 and with an orchestra accompanying Nat King Cole 1961 64 . He played less from the 1970s. His son, Reunald Jones Jr, played lead trumpet many years for Sammy Davis Jr & James Brown , and his grandson, Renny Jones , is an accomplished bass guitar player. References Scott Yanow , Allmusic class artist id p91652 biography pure url yes Reunald Jones at Allmusic Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jones Sr, Reunald ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH December 22, 1910 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH February 26, 1989 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Jones Sr, Reunald Category American jazz trumpeters Category 1910 births Category 1989 deaths Category Count Basie Orchestra members de Reunald Jones ...   more details



  1. Brown Adam

    Brown Adam is Child ballad 98. ref Francis James Child , English and Scottish Popular Ballads , http www.sacred texts.com neu eng child ch098.htm Brown Adam ref Synopsis Brown Adam, a smith, is exiled from his family. He builds a house in the woods for himself and his lady. One day, he goes hunting. He returns home to find his lady with a knight or king s son trying to persuade her to leave Brown Adam. She refuses many rich bribes she will stay with Brown Adam. When he starts to threaten her, Brown Adam makes himself known and maims him, cutting off his hand. References reflist External links http www.bartleby.com 243 48.html Brown Adam Category Child Ballads Folk song stub ...   more details



  1. Jennifer Smith

    Jennifer Smith may refer to Jennifer Smith soprano , Portuguese soprano Jennifer Smith actress , plays Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter films Jennifer Smith General Hospital , a character on the American soap opera, General Hospital Jennifer Meredith Smith , former premier of Bermuda Jennifer Schwalbach Smith , actress and wife of Kevin Smith Jennifer Smith , American author and digital designer, co founder of American Graphics Institute hndis name Smith, Jennifer fr Jennifer Smith ...   more details



  1. Jones Buttress

    Orphan date May 2011 Jones Buttress coor dm 81 37 S 160 34 E is a wedge shaped feature similar to Brown Buttress . Located 3  km north of Brown Buttress, where it juts out from the east side of Surveyors Range into Dickey Glacier . Named in honor of L. R. Jones , a member of the 1959 Cape Hallett winter over team, working as a scientific officer on the geomagnetic project. usgs gazetteer Category Rock formations in the Ross Dependency Category Shackleton Coast ShackletonCoast geo stub ...   more details



  1. Ian Brown

    , retrieved 12 August 2011 ref and Steve Jones and Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols My Way Ian Brown album ... name Ian Brown image Ian Brown.jpg background solo singer birth name Ian George Brown alias birth date ... title Ian Brown Celebrity fans Interviews publisher FourFourTwo date 31 July 2009 accessdate 22 ... popandrock.ianbrown title Simon Hattenstone meets Ian Brown & 124 Music work The Guardian location ... , E1 Music US associated acts The Stone Roses website URL http www.ianbrown.co.uk Ian George Brown ... Way Ian Brown album My Way was released on 28 September 2009. Biography Early life Brown was born ... mother Jean worked as a receptionist in a paper factory. ref name Robb13 When he was 5, Brown ... Robb, p. 20 21 ref Brown and original The Stone Roses Stone Roses bassist Pete Garner attended ... Brown s music career began in 1980, playing bass guitar in band with John Squire and Simon Wolstencroft .... The band soon split up, with Brown selling his bass to buy a scooter. ref name Robb48 Robb, p. 48 49 ref Brown moved to Hulme , and attended northern soul all nighters across the north of England in the early 1980s as the scene faded. Around this time, Brown met Soul music soul legend Geno Washington , who told him, You should be a star . ref name Robb70 Robb, p. 70 ref In 1983 Brown joined ... several changes of line up, the band split up in October 1996. On 17 October 2011, Brown alluded .... ref cite web url http www.nme.com news the stone roses 59839 title Ian Brown on the Stone Roses ... accessdate 18 October 2011 ref On 2 December 2011 Ian Brown and John Squire performed together live for the first time since 1995. They joined Mick Jones The Clash Mick Jones from The Clash , The Farm ... being joined by Mick Jones and The Farm for renditions of the Clash s Bankrobber and Armagideon Time with Ian Brown taking on lead vocals for the three songs. Solo career After a break from music in Morocco , Brown established his solo career with the debut solo single My Star Ian Brown song My Star ...   more details



  1. Blank & Jones

    & Jones have teamed up with Robert Smith from The Cure , Anne Clark , Sarah McLachlan , Claudia Br cken ...Infobox musical artist See Wikipedia WikiProject Musicians name Blank & Jones image Blank and Jones.jpg ... Piet Blank br Rene Runge aka DJ Jaspa Jones Blank & Jones is a Cologne , Germany based Trance music ... Runge born June 27, 1968 , better known as DJ Jaspa Jones and the producer Andy Kaufhold N D K born ... resides in D sseldorf and who is better known as Jaspa Jones had his first experience as a DJ at age 19. ref name Blank & Jones Biography on Laut.de http www.laut.de wortlaut artists b blank and jones biographie index.htm Blank & Jones Biography on Laut.de . laut.de . ref Together with help from Andy Kaufhold they formed the trance production team Piet Blank & Jaspa Jones which would later become simply Blank & Jones after meeting at the Popkomm music conference. ref name Blank & Jones Biography on Billboard http www.billboard.com bbcom bio index.jsp?pid 247521 Blank & Jones Biography on Billboard ... 4 , Relax Edition 5 and Relax Edition 6 . The Singles In 2006 Blank & Jones and their long standing ... name Blank & Jones Biography on Official Website http www.blankandjones.com 2006e index.html Blank & Jones Biography on Official Website . blankandjones.com . ref The album was also released in Limited Edition format, in which The Singles are complemented by a DVD, bringing together all Blank & Jones ... The chart success of Blank & Jones is partially based on their club gigs, radio shows and other ... Clubrotation. ref name Blank & Jones Biography on Laut.de When asked about the key to their success ... Blank & Jones Biography on Official Website http www.blankandjones.com 2006e index.html Blank & Jones Biography on Official Website . blankandjones.com . ref Blank & Jones perform at major festivals ... Berlin based record producer Mark Reeder who is a long term friend of Sumner s. Blank & Jones ... project was conceived. This resulted in Reeder completely reworking most of the Blank & Jones ...   more details



  1. Warwick Brown

    Use dmy dates date December 2010 distinguish Warrick Brown Infobox F1 driver name Warwick Brown nationality flagicon Australia Australia n birth date birth date and age 1949 12 24 df y Years F1 1976 Team s Walter Wolf Racing Wolf Races 1 Championships 0 Wins 0 Podiums 0 Points 0 Poles 0 Fastest laps 0 First race 1976 United States Grand Prix First win Last win Last race 1976 United States Grand Prix Warwick Brown born in Sydney , 24 December 1949 is a former racing driver from Australia . Brown participated in a single Formula One Grand Prix, on 10 October 1976. He drove a Walter Wolf Racing Williams Wolf at the 1976 United States Grand Prix US GP and finished 14th. Brown was more successful in the Tasman Series , which he won in 1975, driving a Lola T332 Chevrolet. He also won the Rothmans International Series in Australia twice, in 1977 driving a Lola T430 Chevrolet and in 1978 driving a Lola T332 Chevrolet, both for the VDS Team. In the course of winning these series Brown also won the 1975 New Zealand Grand Prix and the 1977 Australian Grand Prix . After competing in the North American SCCA USAC Formula 5000 Championships from 1974 to 1976 Brown contested the Can Am Can Am Series and was the runnerup to fellow Australian Alan Jones racing driver Alan Jones in the 1978 US Can Am Series driving a Lola T333CS Chevrolet for the VDS Team. Career results class wikitable style font ... Grand Prix br Winner years 1975 New Zealand Grand Prix 1975 after Ken Smith racing driver Ken Smith succession box before John Goss racing driver John Goss title Australian Grand Prix br Winner ... Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Brown, Warwick ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 24 December 1949 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Brown, Warwick Category ... Tasman Series drivers ca Warwick Brown de Warwick Brown it Warwick Brown nl Warwick Brown pl Warwick Brown pt Warwick Brown ru , sl Warwick Brown fi Warwick Brown sv Warwick Brown ...   more details



  1. Dylan Jones

    , being held in New York. Jones has published biographies of Jim Morrison and Paul Smith and two ... McGuiness, Willie Williams, Mark Fisher and others. Bibliography Jim Morrison Dark Star by Dylan Jones, published by Bloomsbury, September 1990. Paul Smith True Brit by Dylan Jones, published 1995. Meaty ...Cleanup date April 2008 Dylan Jones born 1960 is a journalist who is editor in chief editor of GQ British GQ . Having won the BSME Editor of the Year Award four times during his tenure at GQ, Jones was also recognised for the Brand Building Initiative of the Year 2007 for the annual GQ Men of the Year Awards. Jones attended Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London where he studied ... magazine and editor at large of The Sunday Times before taking over at GQ in 1999. Jones is credited .... Jones currently has a weekly column in the magazine supplement of the Mail on Sunday . Topics of his ... of British people. Jones also writes regularly for The Independent Saturday magazine. Jones ... Music documenting his musical tastes and how the iPod music player has transformed it. And Mr Jones ... shoes. Published in August 2008 by Fourth Estate, Cameron on Cameron Conversations with Dylan Jones was based on a series of interviews with the Tory leader over the course of a year. In 2010, Jones ... inside Camp Bastion and outside, with sales benefiting the charity Help for Heroes. Jones is currently ... I Am by Dylan Jones, published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson, June 2005. Mr Jones Rules for the Modern Man by Dylan Jones, published by Hodder & Stoughton, October 2006. Cameron on Cameron Conversations with Dylan Jones by Dylan Jones, published by Fourth Estate, August 2008. Heroes by David Bailey and Dylan Jones, published by Thames & Hudson, October 2010. Journalism cite journal date 2010 01 16 title ... . NAME Jones, Dylan ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Jones, Dylan Category Living people Category 1960 births Category English ...   more details



  1. Denny Jones

    Infobox Politician name Denny Jones image name imagesize state house Oregon district 60th term 1973 1999 preceded Robert F. Smith Bob Smith succeeded Tom Butler Oregon politician Tom Butler birth date ... religion footnotes Denzil Eugene Denny Jones September 21, 1910 April 25, 2012 was an American rancher and politician. Jones is remembered as a 13 term member of the Oregon Legislative Assembly ... part of the state . Biography Early years Jones, known by his nickname of Denny, was born September ... 2010 10 29 ?article 1060684 Oregon Rancher and Statesman Denny Jones Looks Back on a Century, Western ... before returning to Wheeler County, Oregon Wheeler County in Eastern Oregon, where Jones attended public school in the small town of Spray, Oregon Spray . ref name Rieber Jones mother died when he was just ... County, Oregon Crook County , where Jones attended school at Prineville, Oregon Prineville . ref name ... Confessions of Red Meat Survivors Oregon, Denny Jones, 98, Range Magazine, Fall 2009, pg ... name Rieber Jones spent over a year riding horses throughout British Columbia , Canada and in Tijuana .... ref name Rieber Jones returned to rural Malheur County, Oregon where he took a job on a cattle ... name Rieber In 1939, Jones went into a business partnership with a cousin who owned two cattle ranches ... to Juntura, Oregon Juntura . ref name Rieber Jones managed the Jonesburo operation for the next ten years before ultimately buying the operation, on which he ran 400 head of cattle. ref name Rieber Jones ... news index.ssf 2012 01 at 101 denny jones is oregons.html Still Kicking Against Excess Denny Jones, 101 ..., A6. ref Jones ran the ranch for the next 30 years, serving twice during this time as president of the Oregon Cattlemen s Association OCA . ref name Rieber In this capacity Jones gained his first legislative ... name DJD http www.leg.state.or.us foundation newsletters summer2011.pdf Capitol Celebrates Denny Jones ... career In 1971 Jones and his wife Mildred passed the ranch on to one of their sons and moved to the town ...   more details



  1. Neill S. Brown

    Unreferenced date December 2009 File Neill Smith Brown by Mathew Brady 1849.jpg thumb right 250px Daguerreotype of Neill S. Brown by Mathew Brady , 1849 Neill Smith Brown April 18, 1810 spaced ndash January 30, 1886 was Governor of Tennessee from 1847 to 1849. Biography Neill Brown was born in Giles County, Tennessee . He taught school in his native county to work his way through college . He was admitted to the bar law bar in 1834, and later fought with the 1st Tennessee in the Seminole Wars Second Seminole War . He was a member of the Tennessee General Assembly state legislature from 1841 to 1847, prior to his receiving the nomination of the United States Whig Party Whig Party for governor of Tennessee. He defeated the incumbent Democratic Party United States Democratic governor, Aaron V. Brown no relation . Development of telegraph service began around this time. A law was passed by the legislature during his administration calling for true Public school government funded public schools to be established throughout the state, but it was left to local governments to implement the provisions of this law, and very little was to come out of it. Brown was defeated for re election in 1849 by Democrat William Trousdale . He was later United States U.S. Diplomatic minister minister to Russia and again served in the state legislature. He also served as a delegate to the state Constitutional convention political meeting constitutional convention of 1870 which composed the current Tennessee State Constitution Constitution of Tennessee . His younger brother, John C. Brown , served as governor ... . NAME Brown, Neil Smith ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION American diplomat DATE OF BIRTH April 18, 1810 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH January 30, 1886 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Brown, Neil Smith Category 1810 births Category 1886 deaths Category Governors of Tennessee Category Ambassadors of the United States to Russia Category Tennessee Whigs de Neill S. Brown sv Neill S. Brown ...   more details



  1. Irene Jones

    Infobox politician name Irene Jones image imagesize caption office1 Toronto City Councillor for Etobicoke ... Executive director spouse children nationality Irene Jones is a former municipal councillor in Toronto ... . Background Jones was the director of Storefront Humber during the 1980s, providing home support ... September 1988, W5. ref Etobicoke councillor Jones first campaigned for the Etobicoke council in Toronto ... when it turned down Jones s request . ref Sean Fine, Recount request too late, judge rules , Globe and Mail .... ref Bruce Campion Smith, Is there a problem? Waterfront park has neighbors at odds , Toronto Star ... , Toronto Star , 10 November 1988, A15. ref This time, Jones defeated Wursta by an almost two to one margin. Jones was frequently critical of development projects approved by the Etobicoke council ... on housing , Toronto Star , 22 January 1990, A17. ref Jones was especially critical of the council s approach ... Etobicoke races re elect Sinclair , Toronto Star , 4 November 1991, A14. ref In October 1990, Jones ... answer Crombie report , Toronto Star , 1 October 1990, A16. ref Jones was re elected without difficulty ... councillor The city of Etobicoke was amalgamated into the City of Toronto in 1997. Jones was elected ... to Elizabeth Brown. ref Meet the chairs of new community councils , Toronto Star , 7 January ... 1988, B4. ref Jones quickly emerged as an opponent of Mel Lastman s style of government, arguing ... the same year, Jones supported calls for increased government funding to combat domestic violence. ref ... for 2001 , Globe and Mail , 30 June 1999, A8. ref On December 14, 1999, Jones was appointed as a member .... 1. ref Late in 2000, Jones opposed a plan which was ultimately rejected to ship Toronto s garbage ... election, 2000 2000 municipal election . Jones was re elected without difficulty in the new sixth ... Star , 8 November 2001, B1. ref In February 2002, Jones was appointed as the new City of Toronto Water ... up waterfront media release , Canada NewsWire , 23 October 2002, 12 35 report. ref Jones also expressed ...   more details



  1. Eva Jones

    BLP sources date August 2010 Eva Jones Young b. July 14, 1964, South Bend, Indiana , better known as Eva Jones or under her nickname Sweet Magic , is a former List of female boxers female boxer from the United States . Jones was known around the world of women s boxing for beating some of the best fighters of her time. She was a world champion in the Bantamweight division from 1998 to 1999. Her professional boxing license number was IN046360. On November 9, 1996, Jones began her professional boxing career, beating Deirdre Rodriguez by a four round split decision in Cedar Rapids, Iowa . On March 3, 1997, she beat Anissa Zamarron by a four round unanimous decision in Houston, Texas . In her fifth fight, August 14, 1997, she suffered her first professional defeat, when she boxed Para Draine at Worley ..., on September 9. Jones won three more bouts, including Delia Gonzalez on October 24, 1997, whom Jones defeated in Mississippi Tula, Mississippi by a unanimous six round decision. Then on January ... s Boxing Federation IWBF world Bantamweight title. Jones became a world champion and, at the same time ... bout, she and Draine had a rematch, on November 12, 1998 in Kansas City, Missouri , and Jones avenged ... WIBF title, Jones travelled to Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands , where she lost the title to Margaret ... a second chance at becoming world Bantamweight champion, when she boxed Leona Brown Downtown Leona Brown for Brown s IFBA world Bantamweight championship, on June 11 of that same year. Jones became world Bantamweight champion for the second time, when she defeated Brown by a ten round decision, in Bossier ... http www.thesweetscience.com boxing article 3789 eva jones young time factor title Eva Jones Young and the Time ... August 2010 ref Jones had a record of 13 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw tie , with 5 wins by knockout. References Reflist Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jones, Eva ALTERNATIVE NAMES ... Jones, Eva Category 1964 births Category Living people Category Boxers from Indiana Category People ...   more details



  1. Lupita Jones

    telecast, Jones breezed through the competition, winning everything Miss Universe 1991 Semifinal ..., the crown, the prizes and the prestigious title for her country. Life after Miss Universe Jones ... through the Desarrollo Integral de la Familia Integral Family Development project. In 2000, Jones .... Lupita Jones and longtime rival Osmel Sousa are now judges for Nuestra Belleza Latina , a beauty pageant ... 1991 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata NAME Jones, Lupita ALTERNATIVE NAMES Jones Garay ... DEFAULTSORT Jones, Lupita Category 1968 births Category Living people Category Mexican businesspeople ... winners Category Miss Universe 1991 contestants Category People from Mexicali de Lupita Jones es Lupita Jones fr Lupita Jones it Lupita Jones nl Lupita Jones pl Lupita Jones pt Lupita Jones vi Lupita Jones ...   more details



  1. Baron Jones

    Baron Jones could refer to one of the following Baroness Jones for a peeress Barry Jones, Baron Jones Baron Jones of Naven a subsidiary title held by Viscount Ranelagh Nigel Jones, Baron Jones of Cheltenham Digby Jones, Baron Jones of Birmingham Maggie Jones, Baroness Jones of Whitchurch The following either use a title which does not include Jones or have double barreled names Leifchild Jones, 1st Baron Rhayader Thomas Jones, Baron Maelor Alun Jones, Baron Chalfont Elwyn Jones, Baron Elwyn Jones Timothy Clement Jones, Baron Clement Jones William Wynne Jones, Baron Wynne Jones Tristan Garel Jones, Baron Garel Jones Pauline Neville Jones, Baroness Neville Jones Antony Armstrong Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon , Baron Armstrong Jones Samuel Jones Loyd, 1st Baron Overstone See also Jones disambiguation Jones surname disambig ...   more details



  1. Anson Jones

    . On May 17, 1840, he married Mary Smith Jones . Together, they had four children. ref name ..., Texas. Letters written between 1819 1907 by Mary Smith McCrory Jones, the wife of Anson Jones ...more footnotes date January 2011 Infobox Officeholder name Anson Jones image Anson jones.png order 4th ... Anson Jones January 20, 1798  January 9, 1858 was a Physician doctor , businessman , congressman ... called the Architect of Annexation. Early life Jones was born on January 20, 1798, in Great Barrington, Massachusetts . In 1820, Jones was licensed as a doctor by the Oneida, New York , Medical .... Later, Jones returned to Philadelphia, earned an Doctor of Medicine M.D. , and reopened his practice. Still, Jones never had much success as a doctor, and in 1832 he renounced medicine and headed for New Orleans , where he entered the mercantile trade. Once again, though, Jones s dreams were thwarted ... 52 of Philadelphia. Life in Texas Image Anson Jones House.jpg thumb left 225px Anson Jones House, now in Washington on the Brazos, Texas In 1833 Jones headed west to Texas , settling eventually in Brazoria ... quickly. But if Jones was looking for a quiet life in Texas, he would not find it. In 1835 ... government would view it as an independence forum, though this surely is what it was . Jones ... , Jones served as a judge advocate and surgeon to the Texas army, though he insisted on holding the rank of private throughout the conflict. After the war, Jones returned to Brazoria and resumed his medical practice. Upon his return to Brazoria, Jones found that James Collinsworth , a fellow Texas ... in Jones s office. Jones evicted Collinsworth and challenged him to a duel though the duel never occurred . On March 1, 1835, Jones met with four other Masons at Brazoria and petitioned the Grand Master ..., when the lodge was set to labor, Jones was elected its first Master. The charter for Holland Lodge No. 36 arrived in April 1836, and Jones carried it in his saddlebags during the Battle of San Jacinto ...   more details



  1. Slick Jones

    Slick Jones April 13, 1907 November 2, 1969 was an American jazz drummer, best known for his work with Fats Waller . Jones worked with Fletcher Henderson from 1934 to 1936, then recorded and toured with Fats Waller from 1936 to 1941. Concomitantly he also appeared on record with Gene Sedric , Don Redman , Lionel Hampton , and Una Mae Carlisle . Following his time with Waller, he played with Stuff Smith , Eddie South , Claude Hopkins , Hazel Scott , and Don Byas , in addition to further work with Sedric and Redman. In the 1950s he worked with Sidney Bechet , Wilbur DeParis 1954 55 , and Doc Cheatham . He worked with Eddie Durham and Eddie Barefield in the 1960s, and remained active almost up until his death, though he never recorded as a leader. References Scott Yanow , Allmusic class artist id p91675 biography pure url yes Slick Jones at Allmusic Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jones, Slick ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH April 13, 1907 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH November 2, 1969 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Jones, Slick Category 1907 births Category 1969 deaths Category American jazz drummers ...   more details



  1. Diana Jones

    Diana Jones is the name of Diana Wynne Jones , fantasy author Diana Jones singer songwriter , singer songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee The Diana Jones Award for excellence in gaming See also Jones surname hndis Jones, Diana DEFAULTSORT Jones, Diana ...   more details



  1. Bruce Jones

    Bruce Jones may refer to Bruce Jones actor born 1953 , British actor Bruce Jones American football Bruce Jones comics Bruce Jones surfboards Bruce D. Jones 1969 , academic, author and political advisor hndis Jones, Bruce ...   more details



  1. Pat Jones

    Pat Jones may refer to Pat Jones American football Pat Jones English footballer Patricia W. Jones , American politician See also Patrick Jones disambiguation Patricia Jones disambiguation hndis Jones, Pat ...   more details



  1. Anne Jones

    Anne Jones may refer to Anne Jones British writer Anne Jones Australian writer born 1955 See also Anne Griffith Jones intitle Ann Jones disambiguation Anna Jones disambiguation hndis Jones, Anne ...   more details



  1. Alonzo T. Jones

    wikisource author Alonzo Tr vier Jones Seventh day Adventism A. lonzo T. r vier Jones 1850 1923 was a Seventh ... theology theology of the church , along with friend and associate Ellet J. Waggoner . Biography Jones ... States Army , serving until 1873. While serving in the armed forces Jones spent his spare time ... of the Bible, Jones later wrote three large volumes dealing with the subject of Bible ... The Empires of the Bible , 1897 . Upon discharge from the army, Jones became a baptism baptized .... A few months later, he and Dr. E. J. Waggoner became co editors Jones held this position until 1889. In addition to this position, together with E.J. Waggoner, in 1887 Jones also became ... magazine Liberty magazine . Jones served as editor of this publication until 1896. In 1897 Jones ... magazine now the Adventist Review , where he served until 1901 with Uriah Smith as his associate editor. Jones s most significant contributions were his sermons on Christ and His righteousness ... Amendment . In 1889, A.T. Jones spoke before a United States Congress ional subcommittee the topic ... in the Washington, D.C. environs. Jones s testimony helped to defeat this bill, and Jones became ..., known as World s Columbian Exposition The Columbia Exposition . From 1901 to 1903, Jones served ... in conflict with the leadership of the church, Jones was counseled not to pursue this course. Coupled ... session, Jones s association with Kellogg soon soured his allegiance to the Church and ceased his denominational employment and fellowship. Though separated from fellowship, A.T. Jones remained ... of Alonzo T. Jones before the United States Senate Committee on Education and Labor Dec. 13 .... 10 Hagerstown, Maryland Review and Herald, 1996 . start box succession box before Uriah Smith title Editor of the Adventist Review after Uriah Smith years 1897 1901 end box Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jones, Alonzo T. ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1850 PLACE ...   more details



  1. Tecwyn Jones

    Infobox Football biography playername Tecwyn Jones image fullname Tecwyn Lloyd Jones height dateofbirth birth date and age 1941 01 27 cityofbirth Ruabon countryofbirth Wales dateofdeath currentclub position Wing half youthyears1 youthclubs1 years1 1961 1964 years2 1964 1965 years3 1965 1966 clubs1 Wrexham F.C. Wrexham clubs2 Colchester United F.C. Colchester United clubs3 Crewe Alexandra F.C. Crewe Alexandra caps1 57 caps2 28 caps3 8 goals1 2 goals2 0 goals3 0 pcupdate 18 55, 13 May 2011 Tecwyn Lloyd Jones born 27 January 1941 in Ruabon , Wales is a former Wales Welsh professional association football footballer who played for The Football League football league clubs Wrexham F.C. Wrexham , Colchester United F.C. Colchester United and Crewe Alexandra F.C. Crewe Alexandra before moving into Welsh non league football. ref http www.coludata.co.uk player.asp?pid 260 Player Profile Tecwyn Jones ref References reflist External links http www.neilbrown.newcastlefans.com player1 tecwynjones.htm Tecwyn Jones Career Stats at Neil Brown s http www.coludata.co.uk player.asp?pid 260 Player Profile Tecwyn Jones Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Jones, Tecwyn ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 27 January 1941 PLACE OF BIRTH Ruabon , Wales DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Jones, Tecwyn Category 1941 births Category People from Ruabon Category Colchester United F.C. players Category Wrexham F.C. players Category Crewe Alexandra F.C. players Category Living people ...   more details




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