Albert Sidney, 1803–62, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War.
Joseph Eggleston, 1807–91, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War.
Mary, 1870–1936, U.S. writer.
a town in E central Rhode Island.
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How to use Johnston in a sentence
Of the Johnston’s crew of 327, only 141 survived, the Naval history command says on its website.
On Thursday, the Navy and a team of undersea explorers announced that the wreck of the Johnston had been positively identified in 21,180 feet of water.
He was 36 at the time of the attack, and he had been the Johnston’s only skipper.
It was then that the enemy ships closed in and finished the Johnston off.
His marriages to Johnston and actress Carol Rossen, daughter of filmmaker Robert Rossen, ended in divorce.Actor Hal Holbrook, indelible portrayer of Mark Twain, dies at 95 | Adam Bernstein | February 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Sacks also listed basketball player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf and baseball players Jim Eisenreich and Mike Johnston.Why Tourette’s May Be Tim Howard’s Secret Weapon on the Field | Michael Daly | July 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Charles Schulz has this really dark streak that comes out in Peanuts… Lynn Johnston talks about dealing with depression.Aaron McGruder’s ‘The Boondocks’ Returns Without Aaron McGruder | Rich Goldstein | April 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Douglas Johnston, the president and founder of ICRD said that he recommended against publishing the results of the study.
So since everyone sues over just about anything these days, Johnston is taking the casino (The Downtown Grand) to court.
Sergeant Leroy Johnston, a Houston native, served five deployments, three in Iraq and two in Afghanistan.
When night came, after a rainy day of fighting, Johnston retreated westward toward Richmond under cover of darkness.
Johnston was forced to fight at this time because he did not want them to capture his wagon train.
With this action, Johnston withdrew since he was not equipped for such heavy fighting.
To-day he heard while out that expert swimmers are crossing the Mississippi on logs at night to bring and carry news to Johnston.
In 1891 Johnston returned to the country as imperial commissioner and consul-general.