William Hart, ‘Scene in the White Mountains’

William Hart, ‘Scene in the White Mountains’

St. Tochmura, Irish virgin. She is venerated in the diocese of Kilmore, Ireland, and is considered a special patron of women in labor.

Francis Dickenson, Roman Catholic Priest & English Martyr, hanged, drawn, and quartered at Rochester

William Hart Pitsenbarger (July 8, 1944 – April 11, 1966) Medal of Honor recipient The President of the United States of America has awarded in the name of the Congress the Medal of Honor posthumously to: A1C WILLIAM H. PITSENBARGER UNITED STATES AIR FORCE for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty near Cam My, April 11, 1966:

William H Pitsenbarger, pararescueman, awarded posthumously, Medal of Honor for his heroic action in Vietnam.

Capt William Hart McCorkle

Capt William Hart McCorkle

Capt William Hart McCorkle

Capt William Hart McCorkle

Early Landscape - William Hart

Early Landscape - William Hart

The William Hart House (1767) Located next to the First Congregational Church in Old Saybrook is the 1767 house of General William Hart, which is now the headquarters of the Old Saybrook Historical Society. Hart was a merchant engaged in the West Indies trade with his brother, Joseph. During the Revolutionary War, he outfitted privateers and led the First Regiment of Connecticut Light Horse Militia to Danbury, when that town was raided by the Brittish under Brig. Gen. William Tryon in 1777.

The William Hart House 350 Main Street, Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The structure (now Old Saybrook Historical Society museum) was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November

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