- Vincent,1887–1967, Canadian statesman: governor general 1952–59.
- William Ferguson,1856–1925, New Zealand statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister 1912–25.
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She delivered the Massey lectures in American Civilization at Harvard University last year.The National Book Awards Longlist for Fiction
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Stanley represented the widows of two miners who died in the Massey Aracoma mine in January 2006.
This is a daring inquiry into the dark heart of power at Massey and in West Virginia.
Lawyers for the company that took over Massey settled for $35 million.
And in the end Alpha Energy, the company that bought a disgraced Massey, settled.
“I will take you and your followers on shore now, Captain Massey,” he said.The Missing Ship
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He was a captaine in the Parliament army, under col. Massey.Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2)
Severn End is a fine place, and Massey seems to like his quarters.
"My strength will return when I meet the enemy," rejoined Massey.
And, bidding Massey a kindly farewell, he took his departure.
- Raymond. 1896–1983, Canadian actor and film star. His films include The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) and East of Eden (1955). He also appeared in the television series Dr Kildare (1961–65)
- Vincent. 1887–1967, Canadian statesman: first Canadian-born governor general of Canada (1952–59)
- William Ferguson. 1856–1925, New Zealand statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister of New Zealand (1912–25)
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