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general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)

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"We've been able to help kids get some type of financial assistance and scholarships to some of the colleges, especially when they have been in the swim program, about $1.5 million in scholarships," says Tommy Jackson, head coach of the City of Atlanta Dolphins Swim Team, a inner-city swim program of the Atlanta Department of Parks and Cultural Affairs.
Train driver Tommy Jackson climbed aboard the footplate for the last time today drawing a remarkable record of 50 years on the railways to a close.
Carmichael has former Northern Ireland star Tommy Jackson lined up as Coyle's replacement but says: "He won't be interested if I am not in charge."
Tommy Jackson, 23, of Boyd Close, Woodway Park, admitted stealing a TV and a Blu-Ray player worth PS154 from Asda.
TOP sportsman Tommy Jackson, who captained Redcar Rugby Club 60 years ago, has died.
Left to right, Peter Corney, John Smith, Tommy Jackson and Ronald Tarbuck x SAVE OUR JOBS: A protest against the closure of the Meccano factory in 1979
Tommy Jackson was the last to do so in September 1994, when he secured a 2-2 draw at Carrick Rangers and a 3-1 win at Ballyclare Comrades thanks to a Jonny Speak hat-trick.
Then on the eve of the match poor John Hurst was ruled out with jaundice, which meant we had to call in reserves Tommy Jackson and Roger Kenyon, with Roger playing in the back four.
Webb is now the associate vice president for communications at the University of Central Arkansas at Conway, taking over for Tommy Jackson, a former journalism professor there who was dismissed in December amid plagiarism allegations stemming from columns he wrote for the hometown paper, the Log Cabin Democrat.
"Big Pat Jennings was a colossus in goal, then there were Pat Rice, Sammy Nelson, Dave Clements, Allan Hunter, Tommy Jackson and little Eric McMordie.
And if Coyle does move then expect his place to be filled by former Crusaders and Glentoran boss Tommy Jackson.
FRONT ROW, Tommy Jackson, Roger Kenyon, Harry Catterick (manager), Sir John Moores (Director), Brian Labone, Frank Darcy, Gordon West, Wilf Dixon (Coach), John Hurst
RETURNS ANSTY Winter Alliance (week 9): 1 Ralph Barnes 40pts, 2 Steve Rhodes 37 cb, 3 Tommy Jackson 37.
"I had a chance to move to Linfield and I had a chance to move to Glentoran, Tommy Jackson was the manager there and Eric Bowyer was at Linfield.