Elder

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Susannah - Main Roles and World-Premiere Cast
... Little Bat McLean - tenor (Eb Thomas) Elder McLean - baritone (Harrison Fisher) Elder Gleaton - tenor (Kenneth Nelson) Elder Hayes - tenor (Dayton Smith) Elder Ott - baritone (Le ...
Thomas Elder - Later Years
... Elder Smith and Company was formed into a public company, and Elder afterwards lived chiefly in the country ... Elder was knighted in 1878 (KCMG) and created Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG) in 1887 ...
Dave Elder (baseball)
... David Matthew Elder (born September 23, 1975 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an American former Major League Baseball player ... A pitcher, Elder played for the Cleveland Indians in 2002 and 2003 ... Selected by the Texas Rangers in the 1997 MLB draft, Elder was traded to the Cleveland Indians on December 18, 2001, for John Rocker ...
Thomas Elder - South Australia
... Thomas Elder migrated to Adelaide in 1854 and worked with George for a year ... After George departed, Thomas formed Elder, Stirling Co, a partnership with Edward Stirling, Robert Barr Smith and John Taylor ... In 1856 Barr Smith married Thomas Elder's sister Joanna, and on Stirling and Taylor's retirement in 1863, Barr Smith and Thomas Elder formed Elder Smith ...
Elder - Other Uses
... Elder (constructor), former racing car constructor Elder High School, high school in Cincinnati Elderly, adjective reference to older people Elders ...

Famous quotes containing the word elder:

    Late in the afternoon, we rode through Brewster, so named after Elder Brewster, for fear he would be forgotten else. Who has not heard of Elder Brewster? Who knows who he was?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Oh yes, that’s right. They chain up wild animals. That’s all I am, an animal.
    —John Elder [Anthony Hinds], British screenwriter, and Terence Fisher. Leon (Oliver Reed)

    As an elder I mistrust the wisdom of age.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)