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Richard Caswell (August 3, 1729 – November 10, 1789) was the first and fifth governor of the U.S. State of North Carolina, serving from 1776 to 1780 and from ...
North Carolina History Project : Richard Caswell
Richard Caswell was not only one of the first of delegates chosen to represent North Carolina at the first Continental Congress but he was also the first and fifth ...
NC Historic Sites - CSS Neuse & Gov. Caswell Memorial - Richard ...
Jun 5, 2012 ... The Governor Richard Caswell Memorial honors one of Kinston's most important citizens. A native of Maryland, Caswell moved to North ...
CASWELL, Richard - Biographical Information
CASWELL, Richard, a Delegate from North Carolina; born in Harford (now Baltimore) County, Md., August 3, 1729; moved to North Carolina in 1746; appointed ...
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The CSS Neuse State Historic Site and Governor Richard Caswell Memorial commemorates patriot Richard Caswell and the Confederate ironclad Neuse.
City Seal – Components of Seal and Meaning - Kinston - BJ Murphy ...
became the home of Richard Caswell, a Maryland native who later became the first elected governor of North Carolina. The Richard Casweil Memorial and ...
Important People from the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge
Richard Caswell, and Col. Alexander Lilling- ton. After being trapped several times, Gen. MacDonald made a break for. Moores Creek Bridge, the main pathway ...
S7467 James Scarborough - Southern Campaign American ...
Caswell [Richard Caswell] at the time of of the Scotch defeat at Moore's. Bridge [ Moore's Creek Bridge] and served about thirty days. His second term of service, ...
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CWG shooting: Disappointing day for India
New Delhi, Oct 11 (IANS) It was a disappointing day for India at the Commonwealth Games Monday as shooters Tejaswini Sawant and Meena Kumari missed the gold by one point in the 50 metre rifle prone womens event and the mens skeet team finished fifth. Tejaswini and Meena won the bronze. The gold went to Scotlands Jen McIntosh (591) and Kay Copland (578) while English girls Michelle Smith (590) and Sharon Lee (579) got the silver. Both England and Scotland were tied on 1169 points, but England won the gold on the basis of 60 perfect 10s while Scotland had 52 perfect 10s. Tejaswini, a world champion in 50 metre prone, shot 583 while Meena had a total of 585 as India finished with 1168 points. Indias Mairaj Ahmed Khan (94) and Allan Daniel People (92) finished fifth in the skeet pairs with a score of 186. Jen said strong wind at the Karni Singh Shooting Range made the competition difficult. They were pretty tough. It wasnt easy out there today. The wind was up and it was quiet strong and was flicking about a wee bit. We shoot at a reasonably sheltered range back home and so it was a bit of struggle, said Jen. In the mens skeet pair event, the gold went to Cyprus with Georgios Achilleos (100) and Andreas Chasikos (94) equalling the Games record of 194. The record was also set by Achilleos and his compatriot Antonis Nikolaides at the Manchester Games in 2002. Canadas Jason Hughes Caswell (97) and Richard McBride (94) won the silver with a total score of 191 and Englands Richard Brikwell (96) and Clive Bramley (95) got the bronze also with a score of 191. Canada won the silver on the basis of two perfect rounds of 25 shot by Caswell while England had none.
Letter: Help keep Caswell Memorial open
A report from the Program Evaluation Division recommends closing the Gov. Richard Caswell Memorial in Kinston. I hope all who participated in this report were fully aware of the contributions of Caswell, the “father” of North Carolina, as I just ...
Caswell County man charged with kidnapping juvenile
Richard Dale Fisher, 25, of Providence, N.C. was arrested on Friday and charged with first degree kidnapping, according to a news release from the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office. On Thursday a report was filed with the sheriff’s office ...
N.C. panel rejects cutbacks to parks, cultural attractions
The move appears to save the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City and a monument to the state's first governor, Richard Caswell, near Kinston from extinction. And in the Triangle area, it means no additional cuts to historic sites in Durham ...
Panel gives no advice on NC state attractions
The report by the Legislature's fiscal watchdog agency recommended the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City and the Richard Caswell Memorial in Kinston be closed and operating hours reduced at seven other locations.
Man charged with kidnapping
During the investigation, authorities determined that Richard Dale Fisher, 25, of Neal Ridge Road, Providence, went to the juvenile’s residence, picked her up and took her to an “undisclosed location” in Virginia, according to a Caswell ...
Officials recommend closing Caswell Memorial after Neuse moved
The Caswell Memorial is dedicated to Richard Caswell, North Carolina’s first state governor and a founding trustee of the city of Kinston. He also led troops during the North Carolina’s War of the Regulation in the early 1770s, and during the American Revolution.
MAXIMUS to Present at the Barclays Capital Global Healthcare Conference on March 14
RESTON, Va. -- MAXIMUS (NYSE: MMS), a leading provider of health and human services worldwide, announced today that Richard Montoni, Chief Executive Officer, and Bruce Caswell, President and General Manager of Health Services, will present at ...
Nassif officially off system payroll
He and Richard continued to express their frustration that all their answers about the terms of Nassif's retirement could not be immediately answered. Attorney Gerard Caswell later told the full board that, even though Nassif's contract ends Dec ...
Second thoughts
A signal that cooler heads may prevail came last week when legislators on a subcommittee rejected the closing of the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City and the shutdown of a monument to the state's first governor, Richard Caswell ...
Proposal to close some North Carolina state parks is tabled
Shutting down some attractions for several days per week. Shutting down the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City and the Richard Caswell Memorial Kinston. The report also offered options for charging admission or parking fees and seeking ...
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Richard Caswell
Richard Caswell (August 3, 1729 – November 10, 1789) was the first and fifth governor of the U.S. State of North Carolina , serving from ...
Richard C. Saufley
Richard Caswell Saufley (1 September 1884 – 9 June 1916), was a pioneer of naval aviation in the United States Navy . Career: Saufley was ...
Samuel Johnston
abdicated in 1775, he was the highest ranking official in the state, until Richard Caswell was elected president of the Fifth Provincial Congress. ...
Governor of North Carolina
List of Governors, 1776–present: Richard Caswell | 1776 | 1780 | No party | Abner Nash | 1780 | 1781 | No party | Thomas Burke | 1781 | ...
List of Governors of North Carolina
Richard Caswell | November 12, 1776 | April 20, 1780 | No party | Abner Nash | April 20, 1780 | 26 June 1781 | No party | Thomas Burke ...
Abner Nash
The assembly appointed Richard Caswell as commander-in-chief of the militia, even though the constitution assigned this responsibility to ...
Alexander Martin
When the American Revolution began, he served as a colonel in Richard Caswell's militia in North Carolina. After Martin's promotion to ...
North Carolina Provincial Congress
calling of a continental congress and elected William Hooper , Joseph Hewes , and Richard Caswell as the colony's delegates to that congress. ...
North Carolina General Assembly
The Congress simply adopted it and elected Richard Caswell , the last president of the Congress, as acting Governor until the new ...
Willie Jones (statesman)
North Carolina's Council of Safety , he was the head of the state's revolutionary government, until Richard Caswell was elected as Governor . ...