- C(larence) Douglas,1909–1979, U.S. lawyer and government official, born in Switzerland: Secretary of the Treasury 1961–65.
- John Forrest,1831–1914, U.S. jurist and legal scholar.
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Latta, home to the historic Catfish Creek Baptist Church, is a predominantly white town of 1,500 in Dillon County.South Carolina Town Loves Its Lesbian Police Chief
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The agency, Dillon said, is “committed to continuous improvement.”VA Pays $200 Million for Nearly 1,000 Veterans’ Wrongful Deaths
April 3, 2014
On Friday Night Lights, Coach Taylor is as much a father figure to the boys on the Dillon Panthers as he is their play caller.About a Boy’s Jason Katims Is the King of Cry TV
February 19, 2014
He was twenty-five when he signed up in Dillon, a town west of Ennis, and he went at it just like a rodeo.The Ballad of Johnny France
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Simon wanted her client to read for the role of Jason Street, star quarterback of the Dillon Panthers high school football team.‘Lone Survivor’ Taylor Kitsch’s Journey From Homelessness to Hollywood Stardom
December 18, 2013
I went with Dillon each week-end up to the cottage on the Sound.
The first social vision of my life I had through Dillon's field glass.
I found he'd been looking Dillon up, and this jarred on me horribly.
And drawing lazily on his cigar Dillon was watching a new line of wharves.
The next morning she was coolly polite and Dillon determinedly genial.