Judson

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Thomas Judson
... Thomas Haigh Judson ( (c)1857 – 4 September 1908) was an English-born international rugby union player who played club rugby for Llanelli and international rugby for Wales ... Judson would later become a member of the very first London Welsh team ...
Asia Pacific Baptist Federation - Brief History in Asia and The Pacific
... in converting American Congregationalist missionary, Adoniram Judson, to Baptist beliefs and baptised both Judson and his wife, Ann Haseltine Judson, in Serampore ... Judson later began Baptist missionary work in Burma on 13 July 1813 upon his arrival in Rangoon ...
Judson, Cumberland County, North Carolina
... Judson is an unincorporated community in Cumberland County, North Carolina, U.S.A. ...
Bob Judson
... Air Commodore Bob Judson RAF is a senior serving Royal Air Force Officer and was the first Station Commander of RAF Coningsby of the Eurofighter Typhoon-era ... Judson has been involved in many milestone events, personally piloting the 100th Typhoon off the production line to RAF Coningsby from the BAE Systems' Warton factory (Lancs) and ... Promoted to Air Commodore 1 July 2007, Judson served as Commander Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan during 2008 and stars in the Channel Five documentary Warzone ...
Thomas Judson - Rugby Career
... Judson won his first international cap when, as a member of first class team Llanelli, he was selected to play in the inaugural Home Nations Championship against England ... Under the captaincy of Charles Lewis, Judson was one of three Llanelli players in the Wales squad, the others being Alfred Cattell and Harry Bowen ... Judson was reselected for his second and final international game in the game against Scotland as part of the same Championship ...