John Coalter articles on Wikipedia
John Coalter
other people named John Coulter, see John Coulter (disambiguation). John Coalter (August 20, 1771 – February 2, 1838) was a Virginia lawyer and judge
Jul 15th 2016

John C. Bates
John Coalter Bates (August 26, 1842 – February 4, 1919) was Chief of Staff of the United States Army from January to April 1906. Along with Arthur MacArthur
Apr 12th 2017

John Coulter
John Coulter, John Coalter or John Colter may refer to: John Coalter (1771–1838), Virginia lawyer John Colter (c.1774–1812 or 1813), member of the Lewis
Dec 29th 2015

Mosby Court
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May 27th 2017

The Heart Raider
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Feb 26th 2016

Robert E. Lee High School (Staunton, Virginia)
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Mar 22nd 2017

Edward Bates
Edward Bates (/beɪtɛs/ BAY-ts; September-4September 4, 1793 – March 25, 1869) was a U.S. lawyer and statesman. He served as the first attorney general of Missouri
May 6th 2017

Hamilton Rowan Gamble
Hamilton Rowan Gamble (November 29, 1798 – January 31, 1864) was an American jurist and politician who served as the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme
Oct 27th 2016

Chatham Manor
she married three-time widower (and Virginia Court of Appeals judge John Coalter (1771–1838)) in 1825 and received the deed to Chatham as their wedding
Dec 15th 2016

John Colter
Franklin County, Missouri Nationality American Other names John Coulter, John Coalter Occupation frontiersman, soldier, fur trapper Employer U.S. Government
May 20th 2017

George S. Houston
For other people named George Houston, see George Houston (disambiguation). George Smith Houston (January 17, 1811 – December 31, 1879) was an American
Apr 15th 2017

Gilbert Tennent
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Mar 29th 2017

Richard C. L. Moncure
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Aug 16th 2016

List of NHL players (C)
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Covenant Theological Seminary
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Oct 29th 2016

An islet is a very small island. As suggested by its origin as islette, an Old French diminutive of "isle", use of the term implies small size,
Jan 3rd 2017

Hamilton Red Wings
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Sep 26th 2016

Maritime Delimitation in the Black Sea case
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Nov 2nd 2016

Bates Avengers Big John Bates, Vancouver-based Americana guitarist John C. Bates (John Coalter Bates, 1842–1919), U.S. general and army chief of staff 1906. John Lewis
Apr 26th 2017

The Prisoner of Zenda
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May 19th 2017

Christian revival
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Apr 23rd 2017

Bates family
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May 2nd 2017

Mainline Protestant
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May 12th 2017

Fundamentalist–Modernist Controversy
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May 25th 2017

Presbyterian Church (USA)
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May 25th 2017

List of College of William & Mary alumni
Mary in Virginia. p. 38.  Bryan, John Stewart (1929). "John Coalter". Sketch of Judge John Coalter. Richmond Free Press. Retrieved July 10, 2009.  "Fleming
May 28th 2017

U.S. Route 250 in Virginia
U.S. Route 250 (US 250) is a part of the U.S. Highway System that runs from Sandusky, Ohio to Richmond, Virginia. In Virginia, the U.S. Highway runs 166
Apr 10th 2017

Ellwood Manor
daughter, Hannah, who had successively married and survived WilliamsonWilliamson and John Coalter before William died (aged 95) in 1845. He gave Lucinda Ellwood on the
Jul 17th 2016

Pilobolus (dance company)
This article is about the dance company. For the fungus, see Pilobolus. Pilobolus is an American modern dance company that began performing in October
Feb 22nd 2017

List of Justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia
March 4, 1811 – March 3, 1851 William H. Cabell, April 3, 1811 – 1852 John Coalter, June 1, 1811 – March 23, 1831 John W. Green, October 11, 1822 – February
May 3rd 2017

Woodrow Wilson
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May 29th 2017

1997 New Year Honours
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May 6th 2017

St. George Tucker
from his position shortly after the new session began in March 1811. John Coalter, Tucker's son-in-law, was selected to fill the now-empty position on
Jan 7th 2017

The term mountaineering describes the sport of mountain climbing. While some scholars identify mountaineering-related activities as climbing (rock and
May 22nd 2017

Richmond, Virginia
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May 27th 2017

Presbyterian Church in America
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May 29th 2017

United States and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
The United States was among the nations that participated in the third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, which took place from 1973 through
Feb 20th 2017

Sissy Spacek
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May 27th 2017

Pedra Branca dispute
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May 23rd 2017

Oscar C. Eliason
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Mar 14th 2017

25th Arizona Territorial Legislature
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Nov 1st 2016

Acocks Green (ward)
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Railroad Addition Historic District (Flagstaff, Arizona)
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Apr 28th 2017

National Register of Historic Places listings in Richmond, Virginia
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May 23rd 2017

1974 NHL Expansion Draft
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Apr 11th 2017

Birmingham City Council election, 2007
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May 5th 2017

1998 NHL Entry Draft
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Apr 29th 2017

Birmingham City Council election, 2008
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Apr 28th 2017

1970 NHL Amateur Draft
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List of New York Rangers draft picks
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