Alvah

Alvah

(ăl`və), in the Bible, duke of Edom. It also appears as Aliah.
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Post-World War II brought further woes for the volunteers with open discrimination in employment, FBI investigations, and, as in the case of Alvah Bessie, calls to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC).
Finally, there was a burst of leftwing screenwriting before the Cold War interrupted or killed the careers of those like Hotel Berlin's Alvah Bessie.
She wasn't from the valley, but her parents, Alvah and Vesta Walker, were from Greenwich and Mary had other relatives living in the Swift River valley and often spent summers there,'' she said.
In addition, Alvah Augustus Eaton (1865-1908), was credited in the Flora with consultation on pteridophytes.
Holiday lets with games rooms are cheaper than places with indoor swimming pools but you could rent Craig Alvah Lodge in Aberdeenshire.
That same year, Richard Sears moved to Chicago, hired watchmaker Alvah C.
Two-year-old Amy Jones, from Alvah, near Banff, died from the bug in 2000.
Hinton - Alvah Tommy Hinton, 93, of Corvallis, died March 21.
is an American chain of department stores that was founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in the late 19th century.
Some of the names, stalwarts in the community, include Hank Meyer, who was known as bringing President John Kennedy and Arthur Godfrey to Miami thereby launching the great tourism business for Miami; Alvah Chapman Jr.
Mary's problems began after she split from husband John and appointed Acton to deal with the pounds 340,000 sale of Burngrains Farm in Alvah, near Banff.
Founded by Richard Sears and Alvah Roebuck in 1893, Sears, Roebuck and Co.