Anne Marie Ezzo

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On Becoming Baby Wise - Editions - Religious
... In the late 1960s, Gary Ezzo studied at Mohawk Valley Community College in New York state, but he did not earn a degree ... In 1983, Ezzo enrolled full-time at Talbot School of Theology in a program aimed at giving a Master of Arts degree in Christian ministry to people who did not ... In 1984, Ezzo and his wife Anne Marie Ezzo began teaching parenting classes at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California a 10,000-member megachurch for ...
March 4 - Births
1777) 1729 – Anne d'Arpajon, comtesse de Noailles, French noblewoman (d. 1863) 1826 – Elme Marie Caro, French philosopher (d. 1996) 1934 – Anne Haney, American actress (d ...
Royal Marriages Act 1772 - Consents For Marriages Under The Act
13 June 1842 HRH George, Crown Prince of Hanover HRH Princess Marie of Saxe-Altenburg copy in HO45/8927. 3 July 1891 HH Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein HH Prince Aribert of Anhalt The London Gazette no ... and she later married his brother — see below 28 June 1892 HRH Princess Marie of Edinburgh HRH Ferdinand, Crown Prince of Romania The London Gazette no ...
Louise De La Vallière - Downfall
... practically abandoned after her return to court, and within a week of Anne of Austria's death on 20 January 1666, La Vallière appeared at Mass beside Maria Theresa ... Parlement de Paris, Louis XIV legitimised his daughter, who was named Marie Anne de Bourbon and was given the title of Mademoiselle de Blois ... She attempted to leave in 1671, fleeing to the convent of Ste Marie de Chaillot, only to be compelled (once more by order of the King) to return ...

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