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Caroline Hackett to Benjamin F Hackett

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Mary Crisman to William Crisman

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Mary Crisman to William Crisman

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Robert Jones to John Goodman

Johnny Goodman is a member of an elite group of five players – including Bob Jones, Francis Ouimet, Jerry Travers and Chick Evans – who have won the U.S. Open Championship as an amateur

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Marcus J Wright to Arlington National Cemetery

Lawyer, author, and a Confederate general in the American Civil War. Wright died in Washington, D.C., on December 27, 1922, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery on the south side of the Confederate Memorial.[7] He is one of only two former Confederate generals interred in the cemetery (the other being Joseph Wheeler).

Connection made 14 Jan 2014.

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Walter Reed to Arlington National Cemetery

U.S. Army physician who in 1901 led the team that postulated and confirmed the theory that yellow fever is transmitted by a particular mosquito species, rather than by direct contact.Walter Reed General Hospital (WRGH), Washington, D.C. was opened on May 1, 1909, seven years after his death. Buried in Arlington N.C.

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Jonathan Letterman to Arlington National Cemetery

Dr. Letterman is known today as the "Father of Battlefield Medicine." His system enabled thousands of wounded men to be recovered and treated during the American Civil War. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery

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Everton J Conger to Boston Corbett

Following the assassination of President Lincoln on April 14, 1865, Conger was ordered to accompany a detachment of 25 Union soldiers from the 16th New York Cavalry Regiment, led by Lieutenant Edward P. Doherty. Corbett mortally wounded Booth

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Everton J Conger to Edward P Doherty

Following the assassination of President Lincoln on April 14, 1865, Conger was ordered to accompany a detachment of 25 Union soldiers from the 16th New York Cavalry Regiment, led by Lieutenant Edward P. Doherty

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Boston Corbett to Edward P Doherty

Both were involved in the search for John Wilkes Booth. Corbett shot and fatally wounded Booth

Connection made 13 Jan 2014.

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Edward P Doherty to 8th Illinois Cavalry Regiment

The hunt for John Wilkes Booth

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Edward P Doherty to Arlington National Cemetery

American Civil War officer who formed and led the detachment of soldiers that captured and killed John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of United States President Abraham Lincoln, in a Virginia barn on April 26, 1865, twelve days after Lincoln was fatally shot.

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Richard Antrim to Arlington National Cemetery

officer in the United States Navy who received the United States' highest military decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions as a prisoner of war during World War II. He retired in 1954 as a rear admiral. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery

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Thomas W Wigle to Thomas W. Wigle

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Thomas W Wigle to Thomas W. Wigle

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Thomas W Wigle to Arlington National Cemetery

Medal Of Honor recipient His heroic action resulted in the capture of 36 German soldiers and the seizure of the strongpoint, despite being mortally wounded, Buried in Arlington National Cemetery

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Thomas W Wigle to Thomas W. Wigle

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Dwight Davis to Arlington National Cemetery

Major in WW I, served under Presidents Hoover and Coolidge. He is best remembered as the founder of the Davis Cup international tennis competition. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery

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Calvin Coolidge to Dwight Davis

Davis was 49th United States Secretary of War under Coolidge

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Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. to Dwight Davis

Roosevelt succeeded Davis as Governor-General of the Philippines

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