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Forrest

John, 1st Baron Forrest. 1847--1918, Australian statesman and explorer; first premier of Western Australia (1890--1901)
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Nathan Bedford Forrest (July 13, 1821 - October 29, 1877), called Bedford Forrest in his lifetime, was a Confederate Army general during the American Civil War and an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan.
Certainly William Forrest regrets that no one before him had chosen to tell Joseph's tale.
In macrocosm, whether they called it The War Between the States or The War of Northern Aggression, friend and foe and impartial outside observers alike considered Forrest one of the all-time great battlefield commanders.
Married Forrest seduced the girl - referred to only as Gemma - and when she turned 15 they started staying in hotels together.
The police had a video showing the moment Forrest died, but what they didn't know was the one thing he had in common with the woman who had been the last person to see him alive: secrets.
Newcastle Crown Court heard that, while his two fellow directors worked hard to make the business a success, father-of-two Forrest was siphoning away money to keep for himself.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 2, 2014-Omni Bio Pharmaceutical elects Dr Bruce Forrest as CDO
THE schoolgirl who fled to France with teacher Jeremy Forrest has been dumped by the new boyfriend she jilted him for.
FORREST CITY--An electronics recycling company has announced plans to open a processing facility in Forrest City, creating up to 75 jobs.
Andrew Forrest, the chairman of Fortescue Metals Group, announced on October 15, 2013 to give AU $65 million to university education in his home state in one of Australia's biggest philanthropic donations.
Forrest, 82, passed away at his home on Monday, Sept.