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1800)(i) married Margaret (last name unknown) (ii) four sons: Edmund (1568-1640), Thomas (b.c.1568), William (b.c.1570), Robert (c.1570-1646) (iii) Richard (b.1629), possibly son of Robert (c.1570-1646), married Joanne, aunt to Thomas Guy (1644-1724) de facto founder of Guy's Hospital, London(i) married (wife's name unknown) and had issue (ii) four sons: Neptune (c.1595-1692), Edmund (c.1596-1615), Thomas (1598-1645), William (b.1600) (iii) elected the first MP for Ennis, County Clare in 1613 (i) married Elizabeth Lone (or Love) (1622-1644) (ii) brother, Thomas (c.1598-1645) was an ironmaster who also owned lands in Co. Wicklow (iii) brother, Thomas (c.1598-1645), was father of the notorious Colonel Thomas Blood (c.1618-1680) (iv) brother, Thomas (c.1598-1645), was grandfather of Brigadier-General Holcroft Blood (c.1655-1707) and Thomas Blood (1651-c.1675) (v) son, Neptune Blood (1640/4-1716), succeeded his father as Dean of Kilfenora Cathedral(i) married Davies (first name unknown) and had at least 8 children(ii) older brother, Edmund (b.1639), heads the line leading to Gertrude Blood (1857-1911), Lady Colin Campbell (iii) son Mark Blood (b.1677/85-1751) is grandfather of Elizabeth Blood (c.1770-1856) who marries George Blood (1762-1844) grandson of Mark's youngest brother Matthew (1676-1760)(i) married Elizabeth Lucas (c.1676-c.1780), aunt to the 'Dublin Presbyterian' Dr.
Charles Lucas (1713-1771) (ii) older brother, Thomas (d.1730), heads the line leading to William Blood (1720-1791) (WB), Old Will of Roxton, High Sheriff in 1750 (iii) Colonel William Blood (1749-1784) (Col WB), son of WB is Young Will of Roxton, High Sheriff in 1774 (iv) Bindon Blood (1775-1855) - son of Col WB, grandson of WB - a.k.a.
At the show's peak, ABC ran three new episodes a week. A number of guest stars appeared in the series for extended periods, among them Dan Duryea, Susan Oliver, Leslie Nielsen, Gena Rowlands, and Lee Grant, who won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama for her role of tough-as-nails Stella Chernak.
The organisation follows rules in the scriptures requiring two witnesses to give evidence against a suspect, meaning many allegations of child abuse can not be pursued, the Sunday programme on BBC Radio 4 claimed.
Based upon the 1956 novel of the same name by Grace Metalious, the series was preceded by a 1957 film adaptation.
A total of 514 episodes were broadcast, in black-and-white from 1964 to 1966 and in color from 1966 to 1969.
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