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Colonel By Secondary School print that page

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In 2005, Maclean's Magazine named Colonel By Secondary School the #3 academic high school in the country. [ 1 ] In 2007, the Fraser Institute , a libertarian think-tank, rated Colonel By as the top academic school in Ottawa in its Report Card on Ontario's Secondary Schools. [ 2 ] In 2009

Jewell, Kansas print that page

The City of Jewell began in 1870 as a large sod enclosure called Fort Jewell. Named in honor of Lieutenant Colonel Lewis R. Jewell, Sixth Kansas Cavalry, who died November 30, 1862, of wounds received in the battle of Cane Hill, Ark. November 28, 1862. A stone and bronze marker in the square

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Colonel print that page

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As the office of colonel became an established practice, the colonel became the senior captain in a group of companies which were all sworn to observe his personal authority — to be ruled or regimented by him. This regiment, or governance, was to some extent embodied in a contract and set

Lieutenant Colonel print that page

The following articles deal with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel (or its equivalent) Lieutenant Colonel ( Canada ) Lieutenant Colonel ( France ) Lieutenant Colonel ( United Kingdom ) [ 2 ] Lieutenant Colonel ( United States ) [ edit ] Lieutenant Colonel equivalents This

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Leon W. Johnson print that page

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Johnson was born in Columbia, Missouri , in 1904 and moved to Moline, Kansas , as a teenager. [ 1 ] He graduated from the United States Military Academy and was commissioned a second lieutenant in June 1926. He later received a master of science degree in meteorology from the California Institute

J. E. B. Seely, 1st Baron Mottistone print that page

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in despatches , awarded a medal with four clasps as well as the DSO in 1900. He was known as Colonel Seely" during his time as a politician before the First World War. [ edit ] Political career Seely was elected Member of Parliament for the Isle of Wight in 1900, a seat he held until

Lieutenant colonel print that page

The following articles deal with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel (or its equivalent) Lieutenant Colonel ( Canada ) Lieutenant Colonel ( France ) Lieutenant Colonel ( United Kingdom ) [ 2 ] Lieutenant Colonel ( United States ) [ edit ] Lieutenant Colonel equivalents This

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William Balfour (lieutenant-colonel) print that page

Peninsula and south of France in 1813-14. After a few years on half-pay, he became lieutenant colonel of his old regiment, commanding it for several years in New South Wales , and he was afterwards in command of the 82nd Foot in Mauritius . He retired from the army in 1832, and died in February

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John Gordon (Colonel) print that page

arrived back in England in December 1805. Gordon became major on 11 August 1808 and lieutenant colonel on 6 June 1820. [ 1 ] Gordon was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis from 27 Jun 1826 to 20 February 1828. [ 2 ] He became an Honorary Colonel in 1836. [

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Andrew Frazer (lieutenant-colonel) print that page

with rank of lieutenant, in 1761. In 1763 he was ordered to Dunkirk, and served as assistant to Colonel Desmaretz, the British commissary appointed to watch the demolition of the works of that port in accordance with treaty obligations. On 18 October 1767 he succeeded Desmaretz in that office

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