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Doc Cunningham - Various - Give Peace A Chance! (15 Anti-War And Protest Classics Dedicated To John Lennon) (CD)


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  1. Peter Seeger (May 3, – January 27, ) was an American folk singer and social activist. A fixture on nationwide radio in the s, he also had a string of hit records during the early s as a member of the Weavers, most notably their recording of Lead Belly's 'Goodnight, Irene', which topped the charts for 13 weeks in
  2. 1 John Cunningham b Albemarle Co VA d Trigg Co KY + Mary Gresham; m Trigg Co KY 2 John Cunningham Jr b Trigg Co KY d Ravenna TX + Annie Olivia Patterson; m Trigg Co KY + Francis Agnew; m Fannin Co TX 3 Byron Blair Cunningham b Trigg Co KY d 15 Feb
  3. The Movie Give Peace A Chance has been by Yoko Ono states in her letter below that she supports projects that are for a good purpose to promote peace and goodwill in the world. The Fringe Shows Have Talent Team are hoping Yoko will come to the special world launch of the movie Give Peace a Chance proposed to be held in Mayfair, London in March or April,
  4. History of the Cunningham Family: Descendants of John Cunningham and His Wife, Elizabeth, who Emigrated to America from the Scotch Settlement in the North of Ireland about the Year Authors: John Cunningham, Francis Cunningham, Robert Cunningham: Publisher: Press of Cunningham & Company, Original from: the University of Wisconsin.
  5. Apr 12,  · Give Peace A Chance, released 27 years to the month after John Lennon's death, brings together fifteen anti-war and protest songs dedicated /5(3).
  6. Pete Seeger (right), 88 years old, photographed in March with his friend, the writer and musician Ed Renehan. In , Charles Seeger was hired to establish the music department at the University of California, Berkeley, but was forced to resign in because of his outspoken pacifism during World War I. Charles and Constance moved back east, making Charles' parents' estate in Patterson.
  7. John Cunningham VC (28 June – 21 February ) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. John was born in Swains Yard off Manley Street, Scunthorpe and was the eldest son of Charles and Mary Cunningham.
  8. Again, according to George Cunningham, John Cunningham commanded a company under Col. Williams at Kings Mountain. 2. James Alexander W was in the Lincoln County NC militia and says that he was at Kings Mountain. He may be one of Ann Craig’s brothers. James Alexander says he was in Capt. John Barber’s company in the summer.
  9. Andrew Cunningham of Ninety Six John Cunningham 27 Ontario Canada has in it's Archives the original depositions of Loyalists and their claims for compensation. William Cunningham's records are found in Volumn 26, Claim # 26 South Carolina has the records on microfilm at their archives. William Cunningham settled in Florida after the war.

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