Dr Samuel Ward. Master of Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge. Puritan and reformer. Translated the bible into English in 1611 and attended the Synod of Dort in 1616. Oliver Cromwell attended his college from 1616-17
Battle Hymn of the Republic author, Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910) was born in New York City to Samuel Ward, Jr., a stockbroker, and Julia Rush, a poet who died of tuberculosis when Julia was five. Howe was educated at schools for young ladies and tutored at home until the age of 16. Her father died in 1839, and five years later Julia married Samuel Gridley Howe, head of the Perkins Institute for the Blind. The couple had six children, the last of whom was born in 1859.
Uber employees spied on ex-partners politicians and Beyoncé. Cab startups former forensic investigator Samuel Ward Spangenberg claims he was fired from the company after blowing whistle on lack of security. #expartner #love #relationship #lovesick #advice #romance #partner #breakup #rekindle #spark
Happy Independence Day to my fellow Americans! America's unofficial national anthems include "America the Beautiful," composed circa 1910 by combining lyrics from a poem written by English professor Katharine Lee Bates in 1893 with a tune adapted from a hymn composed by organist and choirmaster Samuel A. Ward in 1882. Here's Ray Charles' soulful rendition of this inspiring anthem, perhaps as he performed it at Disney World in 1986, which remains America's best-known popular version of it.
Samuel Ward McAllister (1827–1895) self-appointed arbiter of New York society 1860-90. He married heiress Sarah Taintor Gibbons, & using her wealth, McAllister sought to become a tastemaker amongst New York's "Knickerbocracy", a collection of old merchant & landowning families who traced their lineage back to the colonial days. He was largely responsible for turning the simple seaside resort of Newport, Rhode Island into a mecca for the pleasure-seeking, status-conscious rich of the Gilded…
William Ellery (December 22, 1727 – February 15, 1820), was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Rhode Island. In 1764, Ellery joined Stephen Hopkins, Samuel Ward and several others as an original fellow or trustee for the chartering of the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (the original name for Brown University).
The Sketch journal - February 6th, c.1895. Image of, Samuel Ward McAllister, (c.1827- January 31st, c.1895) The self-appointed social arbiter of NYC's high society, during America's Gilded Age. McAllister acted as a personal advisor to, "The" Mrs. Caroline Astor, regarding social events. McAllister was responcible for coining the phrase, "The 400". As defined by those members of society that would be comfortable at grand events, and that would be readily accepted into Gilded Age society…
Samuel Ward (1577–1640) was an English Puritan minister of Ipswich. On 1 November 1603 he was elected by the corp of Ipswich to the office of town preacher, and he occupied the pulpit of St. Mary-le-Tower T , for about thirty years. In 1624 Ward and Yates, another Ipswich clergyman, complained to a committee of the House of Commons of the Arminian tenets broached in A New Gag for an Old Goose by Richard Montagu. Ward retired to Holland, here he first was a member of William Bridge's church.