: Gra : Grai : Grap : Gre : Greg : Greu : Gri : Grin : Grj : Gro : Grou : Gru : Grw : Gry : Gua : Gub : Guc : Gud : Gue : Gug : Guh : Gui : Guj : Gul : Gum : Gun : Guo : Gup : Gur : Gus : Gut : Guy : Guz : Gwa : Gwe : Gwi : Gwl : Gwo : Gwr : Gwy : Gyb : Gyd : Gye : Gyg : Gyl : Gym : Gyn : Gyo : Gyr : Gys : Gyu : Walpert (Count; of RINGELHEIM) in Saxon LEHRGAU (by 825 - by 891) ; or: poss. : Walpert's cousin); aka Waltbert (Waltpraht Walbert Wolpert) von WESTSACHSEN; Count of OLDENBURG?; Count von THREKWITIGAU (im GRAINGAU & THRECWITIGAU) Muhammad XI (XII) Boabdil (20th and last Emir) of GRANADA (Granada 1460??Here he met William Pollard, who was the city's federal meat inspector.The two became friends; Pollard and his wife Margaret were regular customers of the restaurant.The Pollards had one son, Roy, who was ten years old when Pollard died.In accordance with his mother's wishes, the infant Spiro was baptized as an Episcopalian, rather than into the Greek Orthodox Church of his father.
He served there, or at nearby Fort Campbell, for nearly two years in a variety of administrative roles, before being sent to England in March 1944 as part of the pre-D-Day build-up.- 1526 Fez, Morocco) ; aka Abu-Abdullah `El Chico'; (dethroned his father; defeated by Castile at Lucena 1483, becoming vassal, ....; November 9, 1918 – September 17, 1996) was the 39th Vice President of the United States, serving from 1969 to his resignation in 1973.My beliefs are his." During the early 1920s, the Agnews prospered.Theodore acquired a larger restaurant, the Piccadilly, and moved the family to a house in the Forest Park northwest section of the city, where Spiro attended Garrison Junior High School and later Forest Park High School.