Bonner, John

Bonner, John

(1643–1726) mariner, mapmaker; possibly born in London. He came to Boston around 1670. He entered the merchant trade and came to own a number of ships. Three of his vessels were used in the Puritan attack on Quebec (1690) and one was used to carry a flag of truce to Quebec (1706) and then to bring back the "redeemed captive," Reverend John Williams (1707). Bonner was the chief pilot on Admiral Walker's expedition against Canada (1711). Bonner made numerous maps of Boston harbor and the coast of North America. He married four times.
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Authors include: Georgia Ann Banks-Martin, Marlin Barton, Dean Bonner, John David Briley, Donald Brown, doris davenport, Nancy Dorman-Hickson, Tanya Eavenson, Bill Fitts, Wynora Freeman, Trudier Harris, Debbie Herbert, Irene Latham, Michelle Lowery Combs, Jim Noles, Christian Writers, and illustrator T.
Paul McGrath, Packie Bonner, John Aldridge, Ronnie Whelan, Tony Cascarino and Kevin Sheedy are among the legends who will pit their wits against a team of League of Ireland current and former managers.
Indeed there were more famous faces in the stand with Republic boss Steve Staunton, Pat Bonner, John Hughes and Colin Calderwood in attendance.
DONEGAL CELTIC FROM: Sean McGreevy,Mal Harbinson, Declan Brown, Noel Cardwell, Daniel Lyons, Noel Corrigan, Paul McDonald, Sean Fox, Paul McVeigh, Les McCrory, Andrew Bonner, John Annesley, Joe Donnelly, Gavin McCrystal, Mickey McClean, Gary Smyth, Barry Lowe, Eamonn Clarke, Gerard McLaughlin, Stephen Harbinson, Brendan Allsop, Cormac Lewsley.
Declan Bonner, John Joe Doherty, Michael Houston, Francie Martin, Jim McGuinness and Charlie Mulgrew have all applied to succeed Brian McIver.
Stuart Green, Pat Bonner, John Jolly and Mark Turner grabbed the goals for Peppes with Willie Laing heading a consolation goal for Braehead seven minutes from the end.
Big Jack will be joined by a host of former Ireland stars including Niall Quinn, Packie Bonner, John Aldridge, Ronnie Whelan and McAteer.
The former Irish hero rubbed shoulders with Packie Bonner, John Aldridge, Kevin Moran, Paul McGrath, Kevin Sheedy, Andy Townsend and Frank Stapleton as the players were brought together for the first time since they retired from the international scene.
THREE AND EASY: McCoist was Gers'; hat-trick hero; STUNNER: Ray Wilkins after his brilliant goal; STUNNED: Peter Latchford and Davie Moyes are bemused; CRUNCH TIME: Ireland boss Mick McCarthy lets Dane Brian Laudrup know that he can still play a bit despite his advancing years; AULD FIRM FRIENDS: Pat Bonner, John 'Bomber' Brown and Danny McGrain salute fans at the end of the game; HANDS ON: Andy Goram lifts the trophy