Grant, Julia

Grant, Julia (b. Boggs Dent)

(1826–1902) First Lady; born in St. Louis, Mo. Sister of a West Point classmate of Ulysses S. Grant, they were married in 1848. She helped Grant cope with his bouts of depression and hard drinking. The public admired her style in the White House. She later wrote an autobiography, not published until 1975.
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Genest of Boston; two brothers, Alfred Awad, Jr of Worcester and George Awad in Florida; a sister, Carol Finnegan of Worcester; four grandchildren, Grant, Julia, Kenzo and Taizo; Neices, nephews, extended family and a host of friends.
Romantic comedy written by Richard Curtis, starring Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Rhys Ifans, Emma Chambers, James Dreyfus, Gina McKee, Hugh Bonneville, Tim McInnerny, Dylan Moran, Richard McCabe.
35PM Romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Rhys Ifans and Emma Chambers.
Deputy mayor Mike Nangle, general manager Jason Pressick' Amrik and Anita Pannum, David Singleton, Paula and David Shortman' Mark Gribben, Kay Cadman, James Atherton, Stanley Kerr, Sue Davies' Richard Williamson, Julia Smith, Tim Nash, Xavier Parker' Jade Bayliss, Elouise Grant, Julia Print, Paul King, Tim King, Carrie Blake, Charlene McQuoid, Juliet Mortiss, Dan Hodgetts (all Pertemps)' Sarah Williams, Paul Salisbury, John and Annie Corstorphine, Derek Goddard, David Singleton' Sheka and Jon Sharman, Clifford Phipps, Denise Brighton, Alan Birch' Debbie and Matthew Arnold, Karen Boyl' Carl Stacey, Chris Strange, Helen and Aaron Firth, Duncan Berry' Julia Meering, Sandie Leask, Karen Boyle' Andrea Tubb, Sara Hill, managing partner David Singleton, Kelly Knight
Laura Evans and Wendy Vogenitz of Anesthesia Answer Book, Nancy McGuire and Jill Gardner of Coding Answer Book, and David Grant, Julia Kyles and Holly Snell of Fraud & Abuse Answer Book won for their work on three looseleafs that are nearly identical in their makeup and comprehensiveness, covering three crucially important areas of healthcare administration.
They were able to enjoy a magical performance alongside celebrities such as Richard E Grant, Julia Sawalha, Kacey Ainsworth, Judy Finnigan and Richard Madeley.
In addition to her husband she leaves her daughters, Linda Zawadzki of Westborough; Diane Kurzontkowski and her husband Michael Jensen of Bainbridge Island, WA; a son-in-law, Cory Zawadzki of Chicago; a brother, Dick Lockwood of GA; 2 sisters, Jackie Winch of GA; Judy Aquila of CA; 9 grandchildren Lance, Jessica, Troy, Grant, Julia, and Grace Zawadzki; Taylor, Colby and Ginger Jensen; 3 cousins, Joyce Rose, Stephen and Ronald Nutbrown.