William Thornton

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American architect (1759-1828)


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William Thornton (left) and Jeffers Page, along with other Marines, roll an engine out from an F/A-18 Hornet at Al Asad, Iraq.
In fact, Patterson hints, without making much of it, that Pakenham's greatest failure was in launching the attack despite the tardiness of Colonel William Thornton in landing his force on the west bank of the Mississippi River.
Thornton is the grandson of Joseph William Thornton, the group's founder.
Thorntons traces its roots back to 1911 when Joseph William Thornton opened a sweet shop in Sheffield with his son.
The move will put an end to over 90 years of direct family control at the firm founded by Joseph William Thornton in 1911, but Mr Thornton, who is 60 this year, will retain ties as a non-executive director.
John William Thornton, Miami Admitted 1956; Died November 21, 2003
Award-winning historian Jill LePore has put together a curious little book that she calls "a collection of character sketches," The seven "characters" sketched are Noah Webster, William Thornton, Sequoyah, Thomas Gallaudet, Abd al-Raman Ibrahima, Samuel E B Morse, and Alexander Graham Bell.
History of the United States Capitol' is illustrated with various designs and images from such renowned architects as William Thornton and Thomas U.
William Thornton, commander of the 416th Flight Test Squadron, was named among the 105 finalists for the program.
William Thornton, later a Jefferson appointee to the Patent Office, traveled the New England lecture circuit in the late 1780s to promote his own colonial scheme.
Mayor William Thornton of San Antonio, a member of the NLC Board of Directors and former chair of the FAIR Committee, spoke at the opening session of the NCSL meeting and commended the continuing joint efforts.
Two, with whom he had long associations, were William Thornton and Benjamin Latrobe, whose basic idea for a village rotunda was accepted.
Thorntons, which has stores at The Piazza in Huddersfield, Commercial Street in Brighouse and the Woolshops in Halifax, was established by Joseph William Thornton in 1911.