A colonel of the Royal Army, he was both knighted and made baronet on the same day at Durham in 1642.
She was commissioned as a brevet colonel and received a military burial.
Appointed colonel of a cavalry regiment In August 1642, Byron was sent to secure the city of Oxford in the King 's name.
Sarah told the justices she was on her way to Ashton-under-Lyne to see the colonel at the barracks.
He has been made an honorary colonel of the 1st South African Tank Regiment.
In New York, the former colonel won a scholarship to study with Martha Graham.
One wise old British colonel said even in those early days, I believe we shall rue this business for many years.
The son had been a lieutenant colonel in the army.
Rokke, a former US army colonel, also briefed the Commons Defense Select Committee on the risks of DU in 1999.
Baha Mousa, the son of an Iraqi police colonel, died of asphyxiation.
The scientist was not surprised that I had n't heard the story of the colonel 's group.
Napier was promoted colonel in the army on 27 May 1825.
By 1646, he was colonel of a cavalry regiment.
He moved to Texas in 1830 and served as lieutenant colonel of the militia of Austin.
On the 24th July Major Thomas William Sneyd was promoted Lt Colonel and succeeded Lt Colonel Steward in command of the regiment.
The colonel was conducted by Colonel Elias Boudinot, the American commissary general of prisoners who was appointed his position by General George Washington.
John Kline, the Republican Congressmen for Minnesota who is a retired marine colonel, was briefed on the findings.
The Colonel had only positive words to say about the Mill Hill CCF Contingent at the end day.
All the rights and royalties of the river Crake belong to this manor, which is the property of Colonel Braddyll.
On the slopes of Isandhlwana itself, men under Colonel Drury-Lowe are searching the battlefield in order to bury the English dead.
When they did, Colonel Leavenworth was warned to do something decisive or he would lose Indian respect forever.
At dawn on 23 September, Essex 's advance guard of about 1,000 horse and dragoons commanded by Colonel Nathaniel Fiennes approached Worcester.
The Turkish colonel who first enunciates this to him has got a poetic that actually happened.
This tragic farce was alleviated by the administrative creativity of Lieutenant-Colonel Davidson.
He asked all travelers whether they knew a certain Colonel Lor Crawley avec sa femme une petite dame, tres spirituelle.
As for the colonel who had been billeted on her for years, with his pipe and his fox terriers - what a gentleman !
Colonel D N Lowe OBE DL attended the funeral on behalf of the Regiment.
The visitor was an Irish adventurer, Colonel Blood, his intention was to steal the priceless gems.
The Colonel of the Regiment and 40 Welsh Guardsmen will line the path to the new Merchant Navy Falklands Memorial.
The balloon, named The Dudley Castle, was that in which the Colonel took a somewhat hair-raising trip in 1882.
Then the colonel raised his glass to touch hers.
His talent was recognized by American impresario Colonel Bateman who promptly whisked him off to the Lyceum Theater where he made his name.
There are continual jests about the contrast between this Ulsterman 's austerity and the conviviality of Colonel Clancy.
But the grim-faced colonel still sat sideways on the counter, swinging his long, lank legs and biting his dark mustache.
Eisenhower became a temporary lieutenant colonel during the First World War.
FALLUJA - Gunmen killed a police lieutenant colonel and wounded his brother in Falluja, 35 miles west of Baghdad.
Estate management plan families and the lieutenant colonel lt to work in.
The War He was a Lieutenant Colonel in World War Two, serving in Burma, he was mentioned in despatches.
It is furnished with portraits of the munificent founder, Colonel Codrington, and Sir Nathaniel Lloyd.
As a lieutenant-colonel in the Norfolk militia he was obliged to take part in the military exercises of the neighborhood and to muster troops.
The Colonel was a quick man, but at this he was somewhat nonplussed.
By and by Kittrell came back with a young Army colonel in tow, an open-faced fellow by the name of Dwight Eisenhower.
The letters Rommel sent to Schmundt (which the colonel undoubtedly showed to Hitler) exuded optimism from every line.
During World War Two he served as a full Colonel with the Yugoslav partisans, retiring to his family home in Somerset in 1946.
There is also preserved in the church a silver paten, taken by Colonel Kirkby from the French after they had plundered Carthagena.
Many people to whom the Colonel owed a grudge were, on the slightest pretext, incarcerated in the dungeon.
Rose to the rank of colonel in the New Model Army and was a close political associate of John Lambert.
Colonel 24th Regiment of Foot /2nd Warickshire 1879 Zulu War This uniform is the typical Infantry Officers undress uniform of the period.
The initial advance into the hinterland was bloodily repulsed by the Turkish 9 th Division, led by Colonel Mustafa Kemal.
Colonel and Mrs Seymour of Brockham Park organized a memorial fund to provide the reredos of English oak, carved in Munich.