He said that the highways "changed people's personalities—friendships broke up because individuals no longer needed each other for company, compassion, and amusement." Dunn later married Adelaide, with whom he had four children and a son, John Dunn Jr. by his first marriage to Elizabeth Hulme.
He married Charlotte Emily Bryan on September 15, 1863, and they had 10 children together, including John Bryan Grimes, who would become North Carolina's secretary of state. Another son, Bryan Grimes, too died as a kid. So the family lost three children before they were even born.
Their first child was a daughter named Charlotte Emily Bryan who was born on January 17, 1864. She lived only two days longer than she did her father. Her death caused great sorrow for her mother who never recovered from this loss.
Next came another girl named Charlotte Bryan who was born on February 8, 1865. Like her sister, she also only lived two years more. She, too, was buried in the Bryan family cemetery in Franklin County.
The last child of the couple was a son named John Bryan Grimes who was born on June 5, 1866. He grew up to be a prominent politician and lawyer in North Carolina. He served as secretary of state from 1903 to 1907 and again from 1909 to 1911. During that time, he advocated for public schools to be established in North Carolina. Before they were finally approved by the state legislature in 1908, public education had been banned in North Carolina since 1777 when Virginia first started offering classes.
At the age of seven, John married Elizabeth McGregor (born Matheson) in 1827. Elizabeth was born at Clachtoll, Assynt, Sutherland, Scotland, around 1799. Donald McGregor, Murdoch McGregor, and five additional children were born to them. His job title was occupation. John died on December 31, 1893, at the age of 73, at his death site. He is buried in Forest Grove Cemetery.
John and Elizabeth had eight children together:
1. Donald MacGrigor, born May 18, 1828, died October 12, 1882, aged 55.
2. Murdoch MacGrigor, born January 2, 1830, died August 23, 1869, aged 39.
3. Ellen MacGrigor, born September 15, 1831, died April 21, 1890, aged 68.
4. Catherine MacGrigor, born July 5, 1833, died June 16, 1884, aged 45.
5. Janet MacGrigor, born February 7, 1836, died November 9, 1889, aged 54.
6. Margaret MacGrigor, born March 4, 1838, died August 30, 1923, aged 89.
7. Agnes MacGrigor, born January 26, 1840, died May 19, 1920, aged 83.
Ryan Saunders Biographical Facts and Information
|Full Name / Real Name||Ryan Saunders|
|Children (Son, Daughter)||One Son|
|Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)||Twitter, Instagram|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
Debbie Morris is his wife. In 1980, the pair married. The couple is the parents of three children: two sons and a girl. Their oldest son, Mark Morris, is also a pastor. He leads a church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Robert Morris was born on January 4th, 1949 in Brooklyn, New York. He is an American pastor who has been leading churches for more than 30 years. He and his wife, Debbie, have three children: Mark, Josh, and Amy.
He went to Columbia University, where he received his degree from Union Theological Seminary. Thereafter, he got involved in full-time ministry work and led churches in Massachusetts before moving out to Texas where he now lives.
He is known for his simple lifestyle and his direct communication with his people through social media. Many of his followers think that he is too aggressive in his preaching but others love his blunt style of communicating the gospel message.
Morris is one of America's best-known Protestant pastors and he has influenced many other preachers around the world. He continues to lead churches and has written several books about Christian living.
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Moran was married to Mary Nimmo Moran (1842–1999), a Scottish-born etcher and landscape painter. The couple has three children: two daughters and a son. Mary was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and grew up there. Her father was a doctor.
She studied art in London at the Royal Academy of Arts and the British School at Rome. In 1866, she went to America where her husband had been appointed principal artist for the U.S. Bureau of Ethnology. They returned to Europe in 1871 where she gave birth to their first child, a daughter they named Elizabeth. In 1873, they returned to America where he continued to work for the Bureau of Ethnology until his retirement in 1901. She died in New York City on January 21, 1999.
Thomas Moran was also an etcher and one of the leading artists of the American School of painting. He was born on April 5, 1830 in County Cavan, Ireland. His father was a farmer who died when Tom was only nine years old. Then his mother moved with him and his four siblings to Scotland so that she could make a living as a housekeeper. When he was 14 years old, he worked as an assistant studio guard for two years at the Royal Scottish Museum in Edinburgh before going to study art in Dublin.
Ty Tennant, Wilfred Tennant, Olive Tennant, and Doris Tennant are his three children with his wife, and he adopted one son from his wife's previous relationship. They appear to be content and pleased in one other's company, thus divorce is a remote possibility. However not impossible.
David and his wife, Jessica Chastain, met while filming The Martian and began dating in 2015. They got married on January 24, 2018, at the Old Town Church of San Juan in Puerto Rico. Their wedding photographer was Elle Meyers from @ellemayersphoto and their wedding planner was Sarah Mickelson with @nlgweddingplanner.
They live together in a $5 million home in London's West End.
David has said that he wants at least three children but also says that he would like to adopt more children from around the world. He has spoken about how important it is for him to leave something behind when he dies, mentioning that he doesn't want his family history of dying young. He has also mentioned that he wouldn't mind being frozen in order to be revived in future medical advancements.
He has said that he wants his children to feel proud of their British heritage so he plans to take them to all the famous landmarks in England when they're old enough to understand what they mean.