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  1. William Madison McDonald (June 22, 1866 – July 5, 1950), nicknamed "Gooseneck Bill", was an American politician, businessman, and banker of great influence in Texas during the late nineteenth century.

    • Politician, businessman
    • Republican
  2. Rev. William McDonald, S.T.L., S.T.B. Associate Spiritual Director and Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Theology School of Theology . Father William McDonald, during his year of college studies, spent some time in formation with the Salesians of St. John Bosco, eventually earning his degree in Humanities from St. Patrick's College, Mountain View, CA in 1985.

  3. Sep 09, 2011 · Professor William McDonald is the head of Cinematography in the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media. He was previously the interim department chair from 2019-20 and department chair from 2012-2015. He was awarded the Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineer's (SMPTE) Kodak Educational Award in October 2012.

  4. Feb 25, 2022 · William McDonald died on July 4, 1950, but the 84-year-old had one last laugh in store. His 38-foot-tall monument was built on a hill in the Oakwood Cemetery, looking down upon the former...

  5. William Jesse McDonald was a Texas Ranger and U.S. Deputy Marshal in Oklahoma. McDonald was born on a plantation in Kemper County, Mississippi, on September 28, 1852.When the Civil War began, his father joined the Confederacy and was killed when William was just ten, leaving the young boy as the oldest male in the family.

  6. Apr 24, 2022 · Milwaukee County resident William McDonald allegedly targeted at least one Puerto Rican neighbor and eight Black residents in his apartment complex, "willfully injuring, intimidating, or...

  7. Feb 25, 2022 · John William McDonald is the husband of Eartha Kitt. John William McDonald’s ex-wife, Kitt was an American singer, actress, comedian, dancer, and activist known for her highly distinctive singing style and her 1953 recordings of “C’est si bon” and the Christmas novelty song “Santa Baby”.

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