• (noun): Heroine of the American Revolution who carried water to soldiers during the Battle of Monmouth Court House and took over her husband's gun when he was overcome by heat (1754-1932).
    Synonyms: Mary McCauley, Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley, Molly Pitcher

Some articles on mccauley:

Matthew Mc Cauley (politician) - Death and Legacy
... McCauley died in Sexsmith on October 25, 1930 following a long illness ... Almost 600 students from McCauley School, which was named in his honour, stood in "solemn salute" ... McCauley's body was brought back to Edmonton, when he laid in state on October 30 at the First Presbyterian Church ...
Matthew K. Mc Cauley
... McCauley is an American businessman who was the CEO of the child clothing store Gymboree from 2006-2012 ... McCauley started his career at Payless Shoes and subsequently worked a variety of positions at The Gap, Inc ... McCauley joined the Gymboree in July 2001 as Director of Allocation and was named Vice President of Planning and Allocation in 2003, Senior Vice President and General Manager in February 2005, and President in June ...