Son John

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Gerard Pappa - Fatherhood
... He was the father of Colombo crime family mob associate John Pappa who was born on July 19, 1974 in Bensonhurst ... Crime writer David Amoroso compared Gerard's son John to the character Christopher Moltisanti portrayed by Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos ... His son John was only five years old when his father was brutally murdered ...
Canadian Name - Suffixes
... For example, if John and Bob Gruber are brothers and if Bob has a son before John, he will call his son John, II ... If John now has a son, his son is John, Jr ... passes, the III suffix goes to the first born of either John Jr or John II ...
Medway Watermills (upper Tributaries) - Eden Brook (Eden Tributary) - Hedgecourt Mill, Felbridge
... The mill was first mentioned in 1562 when John Thorpe was listed as repairing buildings, the mill and banks to the value of £64 ... In 1567 John Thorpe took out a 21 year lease on the mill, the mills being described as "newly erected" and having an overshot waterwheel ... the mill was in the tenancy of Thomas Thorpe, son of John Thorpe ...
William Murray Nairne
... After his death without issue the barony passed to his son-in-law, Lord William Murray (c. 1664-1726), the younger son of John Murray, 1st Marquess of Atholl, husband of his only daughter Margaret Nairne (1669-1747) ... His son John (c ...
Camidge Family
... Its members were John Camidge (1735–1803), in office 1756-1803 John's son Matthew Camidge (1758–1844), in office 1799-1842), as well as some psalm chants still in the ... John Camidge 1 (bap ... He gave Matthew, the sixth son, his early musical training ...

Famous quotes containing the words john and/or son:

    When John Henry was a little fellow,
    You could hold him in the palm of your hand,
    He said to his pa, “When I grow up
    I’m gonna be a steel-driving man.
    Gonna be a steel-driving man.”
    —Unknown. John Henry (l. 1–5)

    My son and daughter tell me where they are in very different ways. I know where my son is because I hear him. I know where my daughter is because she tells me.
    —Anonymous Father. Raising a Daughter by Jeanne Elium and Don Elium, ch. 1 (1994)