Brother John

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Song For A Raggy Boy - Plot
... Grey, gloomy and ruled by the sadistic Brother John (Iain Glen), the school prefers punishment to rehabilitation ... He, like all the boys, is allocated a number which the brothers use ... Delaney is an attractive boy and he receives the unwelcome attentions of a paedophile brother, Brother Mac (Marc Warren), who molests and rapes the boy in the school toilets ...
George Ludlum Hartford
... father, George Huntington Hartford (1832 - 1917) and lead the company with his younger brother, John Augustine Hartford (1872 - 1951) ... Under the terms of their father's will, the two brothers had total control of the company's voting stock as long as either was alive ... the "financial genius" at the firm who balanced his brother, "Mr ...
Adolph B. Spreckels - Biography
... He was intensely loyal to both his father and his brother John ... in the world, was also built by Spreckels and his brother John ... Furthermore, his brother John commissioned Spreckels Organ in honor of Adolph, who died before it was completed ...
Sara Northrup Hollister - Relationship With L. Ron Hubbard
... the situation As you may know by this time, Brother John signed a partnership agreement with this Ron and Betty whereby all money earned by the three for life is equally divided between the three ... As far as I can ascertain, Brother John has put in all of his money.. ... and are living the life of Riley, while Brother John is living at Rock Bottom, and I mean Rock Bottom ...
Midwest Magic Jubilee
1957 Bud Dietrich, Joe Scott, Paul LePaul, Gene DeVoe, john Fabjance, Ernie heldman, Jay Marshall, Senator Crandall Brother John Hammon. 1960 Gene Devoe, Don Lawton, John Fabjance Bev Taylor ... Bobo, Ken Klosterman, Jim Ryan, Gene Anderson, O'Dowd Sandra, Brother John Hamman Mike Caveny John Cornelius ...

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