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bulletWalter Tailboys Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincoln(1423) was born in 1391. He died on 13 Apr 1444. Parents: Sir Walter Tailboys Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincoln and Margaret.

Children were: Sir William Tailboys Lord Kyme.


bulletSir Walter Tailboys Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincoln was born about 1351. He died about 21 Sep 1417. Parents: Henry Tailboys and Eleanor de Boroughdon Baroness Kyme.

Children were: Walter Tailboys Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincoln(1423) .


bulletSir William Tailboys Lord Kyme was born about 1415. He died on 26 May 1454. William was beheaded. Parents: Walter Tailboys Lord Kyme, Sheriff of Lincoln(1423).

Children were: Sir Robert Tailboys Lord Kyme.


bulletWilliam Tailboys.

Children were: Henry Tailboys .


bulletGeoffrey Taillefer Count of Angouleme died in 1048. Parents: Guillaume II Taillefer Count of Angouleme and Gersende (Girberge) of Anjou.

Children were: Foulques (Fulk) Count of Angouleme.


bulletGuillaume II Taillefer Count of Angouleme died in 1028. Parents: Arnoud Manzer Count of Angouleme and Hildegarde (Ringarde) .

Children were: Geoffrey Taillefer Count of Angouleme .


bulletAlexander TAMM was born on 17 Apr 1894 in Tapa, Estonia. Parents: Maria Dolgov.

Children were: Igor TAMM M.D. .


bulletCarol Elizabeth TAMM was born on 19 Jul 1954 in New York City. Parents: Igor TAMM M.D. and Olive Emma PITKIN M.D..

She was married to William Mckee. Children were: Margaret Austin MCKEE.


bullet Ellen Frances Tamm Photo was born on 19 Nov 1957 in New York City. Born and raised in New York City, Ellen earned her undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College (Phi Beta Kappa, and with a double major in music and religion). She studied voice, organ, and conducting privately for five years, and then began her graduate work, earning Masters degrees from the School of Music and the Divinity School at Yale University under the auspices of the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. In addition, Ellen has trained for years as a singer, dancer, and actor. She continues her practice of integrative mind/body/spirit disciplines on a daily basis. Along the way, Ellen has ministered part-time as musician, liturgist, and teacher in a variety of denominations, including United Church of Christ, piscopalian, Presbyterian, Methodist, and Christian Science. From 1986 to 1990 Ellen served St. John's Seminary, Brighton, MA, as Director of Music, full-time. From 1991 to 1995 she served Visitation Parish, Kansas City, MO, as Director of Liturgy and Music, also a full-time position. During these years, Ellen sowed the seeds for the performing, recording, and teaching career which she now pursues. Ellen leads a Benedictine way of life with her husband, David, in a small town near Boston. Parents: Igor TAMM M.D. and Olive Emma PITKIN M.D..

She was married to Christopher Sweeney. She was divorced from Christopher Sweeney. Ellen changed her surname to OAK after her divorce.


bullet Eric Alexander TAMM was born on 28 Oct 1955 in New York City. Parents: Igor TAMM M.D. and Olive Emma PITKIN M.D..

He was married to Kristina Holland. Children were: Lilia TAMM.


bullet Igor TAMM M.D. Photo was born on 27 Apr 1922 in Tapa, Estonia. Parents: Alexander TAMM and Olga WEINBERG.

He was married to Olive Emma PITKIN M.D. on 9 May 1953. Children were: Carol Elizabeth TAMM, Eric Alexander TAMM, Ellen Frances Tamm.


bullet Lilia TAMM Photo was born on 24 Feb 1982. Berkeley’s rich history as a cradle of progressive action offers a perfect backdrop for the work of the local Grassroots Campaigns office. Most Americans consider California to be one of the “bluest” states. However, as Canvass Director Lilia Tamm notes, “A lot of work must go into keeping this blue state green!” The office is located in the center of Berkeley, within minutes of the headquarters of many other progressive organizations; the Berkeley office boasts a staff with diverse and often unusual backgrounds. To this day, aspiring public servants travel from miles around to take part in the city’s activist community. It’s one of the oldest cities in California and one of the most progressive.

The Berkeley office of GCI is currently campaigning on behalf of Forests Forever, a statewide non-profit group dedicated to the preservation of California’s forests. Forests Forever was founded in 1989 and works tirelessly every day to protect and restore 17 million acres of forests all across California. We are working to protect the Roadless Rule, a federal policy that keeps logging out of undeveloped national forests, by making sure Governor Schwarzenegger hears from Californians who want him to support it.

Lilia Tamm is steering the ship in Berkeley as the lead director. Lilia went to the University of Pennsylvania and studied Political Communications. Lilia got started on her activist career at the movies! She was canvassed outside of the movie theater where she was seeing Farenheit 911 on its opening day with her mom. Within the week she had not only been hired for the campaign, but was quickly promoted into a field manager position. Lilia took over the lead Canvass Director position in November.

Greetings!
My name is Lilia Tamm. I'm the Berkeley director for Grassroots Campaigns, and one-time CAL,
Berkeley student. We are an organization that runs grassroots fundraising and field work for some
of the nation's top for progressive candidates, campaigns, and organizations, including MoveOnPAC,
the Democratic National Committee, Amnesty International, Oxfam America, People for the American
Way, and many more. We are coming to campus for information sessions and interviews on Thursday,
March 31 in Career Center Recruiting Suite 344.

There will be three information sessions on Thursday: at 9:00 a.m., 12 noon, and 3:00 p.m.
Interviews are available in between the info sessions. There will also be two information sessions
at the Berkeley
Grassroots Campaigns office on Friday, April 1. The office is located at 2055 Center St., just
below Shattuck Ave. The information sessions for Friday will be held at 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.,
with interviews following each session. To sign up for a slot, please email
ltamm at grassrootscampaigns.com, or call Lilia at (267) 258-0697.

Let me give you some background on who we are. In order to have a positive impact on the most
recent election Grassroots Campaigns ran the Democratic National Committee’s grassroots
fundraising efforts and raised over $21 million dollars for the DNC’s Presidential Fund. We also
ran a
nation-wide Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) operation with MoveOn PAC which aimed to get out the vote in
key swing states all across the nation. Given that the Bush Administration has begun its second
term, our organization believes that there is no more important time than now to be doing social
change work. Therefore, we are continuing to mobilize citizens around key issues in strategic
congressional districts and local offices around the country.

We are currently seeking qualified applicants for two full-time positions as well as full-time and
part-time canvasser and intern positions. For our management-level job opportunities, we are
considering alumni and future gradates (both undergraduates and graduate students) for director
positions with our Citizen Outreach fundraising offices around the country, and to run field
operations in key congressional districts for our Congresswatch project. We are looking for strong
candidates who are interested in winning back the Congress in 2006 as well as developing strong
community based
organizations to do that.

For our full-time and part-time canvassing positions, we are seeking motivated and passionate
students or graduates to talk to citizens on behalf of one of our partners, such as the DNC,
Amnesty International, People for American Way, or Environmental PAC. Additionally, summer
internship positions are available for students interested in receiving a comprehensive education
in non-profit office management.

Thank you for your time and please feel free to contact me at the email address and phone numbers
listed below if you have any questions regarding our organization, our job openings, or our future
campus visitation. Also feel free to submit your resume at the email address listed below.

Best,
Lilia Tamm

Parents: Eric Alexander TAMM and Kristina Holland.


bullet Mamie Tanner was born. Mamie was the daughter of Howard Tanner and Lettie Phelps of Marshfield, Vermont.

She was married to Harold Langmaid Brown. Children were: Rudolph Brown, Geraldine Brown, Kathleen Brown, Arlene Brown, Frank H. Brown.


bullet Corey Taylor

Children were: Krysten Marie Taylor .


bulletKrysten Marie Taylor. Parents: Corey Taylor and Jennifer Jean FARRELL.


bulletHugo Teave.

He was married to Helen L. BRADLEY . Children were: Mahani Teave, Teamai Teave.


bullet Mahani Teave Parents: Hugo Teave and Helen L. BRADLEY.


bullet Teamai Teave Parents: Hugo Teave and Helen L. BRADLEY.


bullet Caroline M. Templeton was born on 24 Feb 1827. She died on 11 Dec 1883. Caroline was the daughter of Dr. James Templeton.

She was married to Perley Peabody PITKIN on 25 Mar 1848. Children were: Clarence Horatio PITKIN, Carroll Perley PITKIN , Frederic E. PITKIN, Frank Ivan PITKIN.


bullet Deborah Tenney

Children were: Ruth Long.


bulletAbigail Terrill. Parents: Roger TERRILL and Abigail Ufford.

Children were: John Tyler .


bulletDavid Terrill was born on 17 May 1969 in Concord, New Hampshire. Parents: Dudley Allen Terrill and Roberta Lee Wheeler .


bullet Dudley Allen Terrill was born on 20 Jul 1936 in Concord, New Hampshire.

He was married to Roberta Lee Wheeler on 24 Nov 1962 in Concord, New Hampshire. Children were: Kathleen Terrill , Jonathan Terrill, David Terrill, Mark Terrill.


bullet Jonathan Terrill was born on 5 Apr 1968 in Concord, New Hampshire. Johathan was married to Dawn Dause. Parents: Dudley Allen Terrill and Roberta Lee Wheeler.


bullet Kathleen Terrill was born on 11 Aug 1964 in Concord, New Hampshire. Kathleen was married to Keith R. Hickey and William J. Raycraft. Parents: Dudley Allen Terrill and Roberta Lee Wheeler .


bullet Mark Terrill was born on 1 Sep 1971 in Concord, New Hampshire. Parents: Dudley Allen Terrill and Roberta Lee Wheeler .


bullet Roger TERRILL died in 1682.

Children were: Abigail Terrill .


bulletGrace Renee Terwilliger was born on 20 Oct 2000 in Putnam, Connecticut. Parents: Paul Terwilliger and Aimee Beth Glaude.


bullet Paul Terwilliger

He was married to Aimee Beth Glaude on 28 Nov 1993. Children were: Spencer Allen Terwilliger , Grace Renee Terwilliger.


bullet Spencer Allen Terwilliger was born on 5 Jul 1996. Parents: Paul Terwilliger and Aimee Beth Glaude.


bullet Johan Thember died on 30 May 1661 in Boston, Massachusetts. Johan came to New England with her son Tristram in 1642.

She was married to Peter Coffin. Children were: Tristram Coffin , John Coffin, Johan Coffin , Deborah Coffin, Eunice Coffin, Mary Coffin.


bullet Elizabeth Thimbleby Parents: Sir Richard Thimbleby and Katharine Tyrwhit.

She was married to Thomas Welby on 20 Jul 1560. Children were: Richard Welby.


bullet Sir Richard Thimbleby(4) died on 28 Sep 1590. He resided at in Irnham, Nottingham, England. Richard was Lord of the Manor of East Bridgeford, Nottingham

Children were: Elizabeth Thimbleby.


bulletCharles R. Thomas was born on 21 Aug 1861 in North Carolina. He died in 1931 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, New Bern, NC. Charles graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1881. Democrat. Member of North Carolina state legislature; state court judge; U.S. Representative from North Carolina 3rd District, 1899-1911.

THOMAS, Charles Randolph, (son of Charles Randolph Thomas [1827-1891]), a
Representative from North Carolina; born in Beaufort, Carteret County, N.C., August 21,
1861; attended New Bern (N.C.) Academy and Emerson Institute, Washington, D.C.; was
graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1881; studied law with his
father and at the law school of Judges R.P. Dick and John H. Dillard at Greensboro, N.C.;
was admitted to the bar in 1882 and commenced practice in New Bern, N.C.; member of
the State house of representatives in 1887; attorney for Craven County 1890-1896; elected
by the State legislature a trustee of the University of North Carolina in 1893; member of the
Democratic State executive committee; elected as a Democrat to the Fifty-sixth and to the
five succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1899-March 3, 1911); declined to be a candidate for
renomination in 1910; resumed the practice of law in New Bern, N.C.; delegate to the
Democratic National Convention in 1924; moved to Waynesville, Haywood County, N.C.,
in 1925 and practiced law; appointed in September 1926 as emergency judge of the
superior court by the Governor of North Carolina; resumed the practice of law in
Waynesville, N.C.; died in Norfolk, Va., March 8, 1931; interment in Cedar Grove
Cemetery, New Bern, N.C. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN.


bullet Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas was born in 1827 in North Carolina. He died in 1891. He was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, New Bern, NC. Charles was a member of Congress in 1868 and 1870. He resided in Beaufort, North Carolina. Republican. Secretary of state of North Carolina, 1864-65; state court judge; U.S. Representative from North Carolina 2nd District, 1871-75.

THOMAS, Charles Randolph, (father of Charles Randolph Thomas [1861-1931]), a Representative from North Carolina; born in Beaufort, Carteret County, N.C., February 7,
1827; attended a private school in Hillsboro, N.C., and was graduated from the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1849; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1850 and
commenced practice in Beaufort, N.C.; moved to New Bern, N.C., and continued the
practice of law; member of the State constitutional convention in 1861; secretary of state of
North Carolina in 1864; appointed by the Governor president of the Atlantic & North
Carolina Railroad in 1867; judge of the superior court 1868-1870; elected as a Republican
to the Forty-second and Forty-third Congresses (March 4, 1871-March 3, 1875); unsuccessful candidate for renomination in 1874; resumed the practice of law in New Bern,
N.C., and died there February 18, 1891; interment in Cedar Grove Cemetery.

He was married to Emily PITKIN on 29 Apr 1852. Children were: Edward Thomas, Henry Thomas, George Thomas, Richard Thomas, Charles R. Thomas, James Thomas, Frederic L. Thomas, John S. Thomas, Herbert B. Thomas.


bullet Edward Thomas was born on 29 Jan 1853. He died on 3 Aug 1853. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN .


bullet Edwin A. (Ned) Thomas Photo was born in 1863. He died on 14 Jun 1916 in Marshfield, Vermont.

He was married to Susan Arathusa SEVERANCE on 16 May 1889 in Marshfield, Vermont.


bullet Frederic L. Thomas was born on 2 Dec 1867. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN.


bullet George Thomas was born on 25 Apr 1856. He died on 19 Sep 1856. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN .


bullet Henry Thomas was born on 24 Aug 1854. He died on 16 Oct 1854. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN .


bullet Herbert B. Thomas was born on 8 Jan 1874. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN.


bullet James Thomas was born on 23 Apr 1865. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN.


bullet John S. Thomas was born on 8 Apr 1870. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN.


bullet Richard Thomas was born on 17 Nov 1859. He died on 11 Aug 1860. Parents: Hon. Charles Randolph Thomas and Emily PITKIN .


bullet Alban Thompson Alban was from Andover, New Hampshire. They lived there, and in Providence, Rhode Island.

He was married to Mabel (Belle) Smith. Children were: Smilie Thompson .


bullet Hannah THOMPSON was born in 1654. She died in 1718. Parents: John Thompson and Eleanor Harrison.

She was married to Abraham BRADLEY in 1673. Children were: Capt. Daniel Bradley.


bullet James Thompson Parents: William Thompson and Martha McKelvey.


bullet John Thompson died in 1674. He was born in England. The Thompson family in Connecticut was founded by three brothers; John, Andrew, and William who in 1635 came from Lenham, County Kent, England, where the old manor house "still stands" (1749). They were signers of the Colony Constitution in 1639

He was married to Eleanor Harrison in 1650. Children were: Hannah THOMPSON.


bullet Jolene Sue Thompson was born on 13 Aug 1965 in Ames, Iowa.

She was married to Dennis Lee PITKIN on 27 Aug 1988 in Clear Lake, Iowa. Children were: Samantha Jolene PITKIN, Jessica Marie PITKIN.


bullet Josephine Thompson Parents: William Thompson and Martha McKelvey.

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