Herbert, 1861–1955, U.S. librarian: headed Library of Congress 1899–1939.
Israel, 1718–90, American Revolutionary general.
Rufus, 1738–1824, American Revolutionary officer: engineer and colonizer in Ohio.
Contemporary Examples

Inside the Latest Michael Jackson Trial—the One With $40 Billion on the Line Diane Dimond March 31, 2013
Clear Channel’s Directors Give Big to Romney, Who Won’t Criticize Limbaugh Wayne Barrett March 6, 2012
Is Delegate Counter Josh Putnam the Nate Silver of the 2012 Race? Ben Jacobs April 4, 2012
The Death of Super Tuesday? McKay Coppins August 4, 2011
Is Delegate Counter Josh Putnam the Nate Silver of the 2012 Race? Ben Jacobs April 4, 2012

Historical Examples

The Young Continentals at Bunker Hill John T. McIntyre
Lippincott’s Magazine, November 1885 Various
The Putnam Hall Champions Arthur M. Winfield
The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn Henry P. Johnston
A History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County Stephen Ostrander

Israel. 1718–90, American general in the War of Independence
his cousin Rufus. 1738–1824, American soldier in the War of Independence; surveyor general of the US (1796–1803)


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