Ida Lee Nagger

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USS Willis A. Lee (DL-4)
... Ching” Lee Builder Bethlehem Steel, Fore River Shipyard Laid down 1 November 1949 Launched 26 January 1952 Commissioned 5 October 1954 Decommissioned 19 ... Lee (DD-929) was a Mitscher-class destroyer in the United States Navy ... “Ching” Lee USN (1888–1945) ...
George Pickett - Postbellum Life
... Stuart but had no direct interaction with Lee to draw from, claimed an interaction he observed between Lee and Pickett was cold and reserved ... Others present who knew General Lee well refuted this, stating Lee acted in his usual reserved, gentlemanly fashion ...
Hee Haw - Recurring Sketches and Segments
... in the later years, Roni Stoneman (in her role as Ida Lee Nagger) would sometimes do the first verse ... The Naggers Routines with Gordie Tapp and Roni Stoneman as LaVern and Ida Lee Nagger, a backwoods bickering couple, inspired in part by the radio comedy The Bickersons ... show's background singing group, The Nashville Edition, would sometimes play Ida Lee's equally nagging mother ...
Yoduk Story - Cast
... Kang Ryun-Hwa - Yunjung Choi Lee Myung-Soo - Jaechong Lim Ra Hyuk-Chul - Junkyum Kim Lee Tae-Sik - Wankyu Park Kang Man-Sik - Sundong Kim Crazy Woman ...
Lee, Illinois - Demographics
... There were 118 households out of which 37.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 53.4% were married couples living together, 9.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 33.9% were non-families. 29.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 11.0% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...

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