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Emo Court and the story of ‘Damer’s Gold’

The double surname – Dawson-Damer, is inextricably linked with Emo Court and the Earls of Portarlington. Tracing its roots back to Marmaduke d’Ossene who reputedly accompanied William the Conqueror to England, the Dawson half of the Dawson-Damer alliance, in the person of William Dawson, arrived in Ireland from Yorkshire during the reign of Charles II. 1,486 more words

January 18 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – January 18 *

1856 – Dr. Daniel Nathan Hale Williams is born in Hollidaysburg,
Pennsylvania. He will graduate from Chicago Medical… 435 more words

African American History

January 3 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – January 3 *

1621 – William Tucker is born in Jamestown, Virginia. He is the first
African American child, on record, born in the American… 440 more words

African American History

The Jamestown scene: catch us there Aug. 22

Are residencies the next big thing around here? A few weeks ago we joined William Dawson as supporting act for his residency at Mystery Brewing… 71 more words

Cycle Breaker Leadership Principle #7

Real Talk with Judge Dawson
Cycle Breaker Leadership Principle number seven is “You Must Keep Learning. Education is vital to your success. It doesn’t matter if you are eight or eighty years old, if you are not growing or learning you are dying. 554 more words

January 18 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – January 18 *

1856 – Dr. Daniel Nathan Hale Williams is born in Hollidaysburg,
Pennsylvania. He will graduate from Chicago Medical… 434 more words

African American History

January 3 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – January 3 *

1621 – William Tucker is born in Jamestown, Virginia. He is the first
African American child, on record, born in the American… 439 more words

African American History