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Death:1955
Name:Peyton Conway March
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Text:"... to nttniirtltc posi tion of offering peace to the world and having it rejected BRIG GEN PCMARCH Brig Gen PeytonConwayMarch who Is now In France has been desig nated by the war department as chief of artillery..."
Date:Aug 15 1917
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... BRIG. GEN. P. C. MARCH Brig. Gen. PeytonConwayMarch, who is now In France, has been designated by the war department as chief of artillery for all American forces there. He will have under his command..."
Date:Aug 18 1917
Publication:Wakefield, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:".... PeytonConwayMarch, lately appointed acting chief of staff, has the unofficial designation of speeder up. A man of quick decisions, ai he has proved himself to be both in military campaigns..."
Date:Mar 30 1918
Publication:Muncie, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the faculty of that institution. PeytonConwayMarch is him-self a graduate of Lafayette, but nn'litary life rather than the chissroom appealed to him, and in the very year that h(; finished his academic course..."
Date:Apr 2 1918
Publication:Nappanee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Mary E. Woolley; Mt. Holyoke College; president 2. Oen. PeytonConwayMarch 3. In French West Africa, near the head of the Niger river 4. Member of Congress. 5. Samuel, I, 25 SMITH'S ..... Who am i..."
Date:Oct 11 1928
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... and ware of always attained by giving them to someone PeytonConwayMarch. The theater needs continual reminders that there T-Mhin; more lhan the worV Of those Who do what u not worth doing at Vidal. By John..."
Date:Apr 20 1970
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to nniii MUIHKIJ WI1HUCJIJ 3d. Sacred bull (Egypt.) Si. Stimulus 40. Coin (Jap.) 42. Flightless I bird (N. fc.) 25 22 10 Z7 20 24 HOW'D YOU MAKE OUT? 1. Gen. PeytonConwayMarch. 2. A cavern behind..."
Date:June 9 1950
Publication:Valparaiso, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... invaded continental Europe, landed in IT'S BEEN SAID Progress is the activity of to- day and the assurance of tomor- Waldo Emerson. HOWD YOU MAKE OUT? 1. Gen. PeytonConwayMarch. 2. A cavern behind..."
Date:June 6 1950
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...'s too large for its body. PRINTED PATTERN How'd You Make Out? 1. Gen. PeytonConwayMarch. 2. A nymph or attendant of Dionysus 3. Paris, France. 4 The Caspian Sea 5. Allessandro Volta. Noted Satirist..."
Date:Apr 11 1966
Publication:Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... stronger than ever. March Saw It Ail New York Herald Tribune: Second Lieut. PeytonConwayMarch emerged from West Point in 1883 into an army that seems as remote from the vast numbers and terrible weapons..."
Date:Apr 21 1955
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., Dec. 27. Gen. PeytonConwayMarch, Army chief of staff in the first world war, celebrated his 86th birthday anniversary today with "a little family party." HOW IS THE) HE'S STILL A LITTLE WEAK, BUT HE..."
Date:Dec 28 1950
Publication:Reno, Nevada, United States of America
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Text:"... for greatness in San continued Hannum. "And I'm sorry I won't be, around for the big pay day." Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army during World War I was Gen. PeytonConwayMarch. Exhibition Baseball..."
Date:Mar 23 1966
Publication:Silver City, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... to Xv'tlson. GEiN. JOHN j. PERSH1NC, commander of the American expefii'.ionnry farces in J-jancr. MAJ. GEN. PEYTONCONWAYMARCH. ing chief of M AJ.GEN.W1LLJAM ADMIRAL HENRYT. MAYO, eommuulsref tka..."
Date:Mar 4 1918
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... was Gen. PeytonConwayMarch. CINCINNATI (AP) - The Delta Queen, Cincinnati-based river passenger steamer, got a new organ Mmdiay for its newiy decorated dining room, The New Orleans Room. The instrument..."
Date:Mar 22 1966
Publication:Findlay, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... on English language has also served as Mayor of Eas ton The second son is Major General PeytonConwayMarch a distinguish ed army offiw who commanded the Aftor Battery in the can conspicuously..."
Date:Oct 25 1924
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... in France. MAJ. GEN. PEYTONCONWAYMARCH, act- ing chief of staff. MAJ.GEN. WILLIAM CROZERchief of ordnance. ADMIRAL HENRY T. MAYO, commander of tha Atlantic fleet, the main division of the United REAR..."
Date:Mar 2 1918
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... most in PeytonConwayMarch once said: happiness, freedom, and peace of "There is a wonderful mythical always attained by law of nature that three giving them to else." Burney Co. Big Piney, Wyoming LEVI..."
Date:Sep 23 1953
Publication:Pinedale, Wyoming, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Filipino leaders who were captured or forced to General March is a son of the late Francis Andrew long a profes sor In Lafayette and his Francis is now a member of the faculty of that institu PeytonConway..."
Date:Mar 7 1918
Publication:Akron, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... a highly patriotic ges ture when Astor provided the funds to put a battery of artillery in the field, and in fact quite help fui to the treasury. PeytonConwayMarch in 1S9S u-as SJ years old, but still..."
Date:Jan 18 1944
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of nature that alert lo the opportunities the three things we crave aroundTalk matters over with most in life a cxPert alld find new freedom and peace of mind a v e n u c s of for Today Be PeytonConwayMarch..."
Date:Apr 30 1973
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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