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June 9, 2004
CHARLES C. CLAGGETT, JR., age 85, of Richmond, VA died on June 6, 2004, at Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital. He is survived by his son Charles L. Claggett of Richmond, VA. and his daughter Margaretta Noonan of Montclair, N.J. Mr. Claggett originally of Baltimore attended Loyola High School and Johns Hopkins Univ. In WWII he served with the 8th Air Force in England completing 25 combat missions, receiving the air medal with 4 clusters as well as the offensive Europe Ribbon with 4 clusters.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2011
Starting when he was six years old, Dorian Claggett would beg anybody in his house to play Monopoly with him. His persistence would eventually pay off, as somebody would reluctantly volunteer, and then Claggett would methodically go about winning the game. Even at that young age, he always had a game plan and a competitive fire. "I like to go around [the Monopoly board] one time and then make sure to get the properties I want," Claggett said. "You have to wait it out, get some houses up and then some hotels and then you're set. " Set to be a junior at Poly this fall, Claggett, 15, takes the same approach to his blossoming track career.
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June 15, 1993
Stanley T. Claggett, who taught in Maryland and for many years in Manassas, Va., died Thursday of heart failure at the William Hill Manor Health Care Center in Easton.She was 87 and had moved to Easton from St. Michaels four years ago.Known as Dee Dee, she retired completely about eight years ago after doing substitute teaching in Tilghman and St. Michaels.She had moved to the Eastern Shore after her retirement about 10 years ago as a teacher in Manassas. Though much of her career of nearly 60 years of teaching was spent in Manassas, she also taught in Baltimore and in Germantown.
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July 14, 2006
CECIL CLAGGETT KNIGHTON, 87, a lifelong resident of Anne Arundel County and a well-known Annapolis business figure and philanthropist, died of heart failure July 12, 2006 at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. The son of Cecil B. Knighton and Ida Belle Bassford Knighton was born November 5, 1918 on his family's farm in Birdsville. He graduated from Annapolis High School in 1936 and attended St. John's College for two years. In 1938, he married the former Martha Elizabeth Jones of Lothian and went to work for the J.E. Greiner Co. on the construction of the Potomac River Bridge.
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July 17, 2003
On July 11, 2003, RANDOLPH "Randy" E. KELLAM, at Bon Secours Hospital after a brief illness. Randy was the owner of the R.E. Kellam Welding Company. He was born in Accomack County, VA and moved to Baltimore in 1952. He worked at the Bethlehem Steel Company in a variety of positions including Ship Fitter and Industrial Relations Specialist. In 1979 he retired and started his own business, which he continued to operate until his recent illness. Randy is survived by his wife, Selma, daughters Iris Adams and Sophia Claggett, a granddaughter, Cierra Claggett and sons-in-law Lionel Adams and Kenny Claggett.
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May 25, 2004
On May 20, 2004, RITA S. ANDERSON, devoted mother of Tanya R. Claggett. She is also is survived by one sister Arlene Drummond, two brothers Howard and Gerald Gaines, son-in-law Danen S. Claggett, two grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. On Wednesday friends may call THE NEW VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN), 8728 Liberty Rd. from 3 to 8 P.M. On Thursday, Mrs. Anderson will lie in state at Macedonia Baptist Church, 718 W. Lafayette Ave., where the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M. with services to follow.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | March 16, 1995
A year ago, it was as if Saint Louis arrived in the NCAA tournament in Cinderella's pumpkin. The Billikens were one of the season's most provocative rags-to-riches stories.This year, though, the element of surprise was absent when Saint Louis was seeded ninth in the East.This is a team that has won 45 of 58 games over the past two seasons, that almost toppled Cincinnati in the Great Midwest tournament last week, that has had three lineup changes in coach Charlie Spoonhour's three seasons.
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By From Staff Reports | August 14, 1995
A 3-year-old Brentwood boy was flown to Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday after children playing nearby found him floating on his back and not breathing in about three feet of water at Sandy Point State Park.He was revived by a lifeguard before being flown to the hospital.Children playing in the south beach area of the park on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay discovered the boy in trouble about 12:25 p.m. and called to nearby adults for help, said Darryl Claggett, a spokesman for the Department of Natural Resources police.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | November 26, 1995
Two people were shot yesterday on the first day of Maryland's hunting season, including a Glen Burnie man who was accidentally shot by his grandson, spokesmen for the Department of Natural Resources said.James G. Jarvis, 59, of the 1900 block of Norwich Road, was hunting with his family at about 6:30 a.m. yesterday near a gravel pit in Odenton when he stepped in front of a 12-gauge shotgun blast fired by the 14-year-old boy.In the other accident, a stray bullet likely fired by a hunter pierced the walls of a Middletown home and struck a 4-year-old boy in the arm, said Cpl. Robert Taylor of the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
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By Thomas W. Waldron and Thomas W. Waldron,Evening Sun Staff | July 29, 1991
The Maryland Parole Commission today denied parole to Terrence G. Johnson, a black man whose 1978 slaying of two white Prince George's County police officers inflamed racial tensions.The commission's ruling, which has been under consideration for almost six months, means Johnson will likely have to serve the remainder of his 25-year prison sentence. With time off for good behavior, he will be eligible to be released in 1999.The seven-member commission voted unanimously against parole Wednesday, said Paul J. Davis, chairman of the panel.
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June 9, 2004
CHARLES C. CLAGGETT, JR., age 85, of Richmond, VA died on June 6, 2004, at Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital. He is survived by his son Charles L. Claggett of Richmond, VA. and his daughter Margaretta Noonan of Montclair, N.J. Mr. Claggett originally of Baltimore attended Loyola High School and Johns Hopkins Univ. In WWII he served with the 8th Air Force in England completing 25 combat missions, receiving the air medal with 4 clusters as well as the offensive Europe Ribbon with 4 clusters.
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May 25, 2004
On May 20, 2004, RITA S. ANDERSON, devoted mother of Tanya R. Claggett. She is also is survived by one sister Arlene Drummond, two brothers Howard and Gerald Gaines, son-in-law Danen S. Claggett, two grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. On Wednesday friends may call THE NEW VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN), 8728 Liberty Rd. from 3 to 8 P.M. On Thursday, Mrs. Anderson will lie in state at Macedonia Baptist Church, 718 W. Lafayette Ave., where the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M. with services to follow.
NEWS
July 17, 2003
On July 11, 2003, RANDOLPH "Randy" E. KELLAM, at Bon Secours Hospital after a brief illness. Randy was the owner of the R.E. Kellam Welding Company. He was born in Accomack County, VA and moved to Baltimore in 1952. He worked at the Bethlehem Steel Company in a variety of positions including Ship Fitter and Industrial Relations Specialist. In 1979 he retired and started his own business, which he continued to operate until his recent illness. Randy is survived by his wife, Selma, daughters Iris Adams and Sophia Claggett, a granddaughter, Cierra Claggett and sons-in-law Lionel Adams and Kenny Claggett.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | November 26, 1995
Two people were shot yesterday on the first day of Maryland's hunting season, including a Glen Burnie man who was accidentally shot by his grandson, spokesmen for the Department of Natural Resources said.James G. Jarvis, 59, of the 1900 block of Norwich Road, was hunting with his family at about 6:30 a.m. yesterday near a gravel pit in Odenton when he stepped in front of a 12-gauge shotgun blast fired by the 14-year-old boy.In the other accident, a stray bullet likely fired by a hunter pierced the walls of a Middletown home and struck a 4-year-old boy in the arm, said Cpl. Robert Taylor of the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
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By From Staff Reports | August 14, 1995
A 3-year-old Brentwood boy was flown to Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday after children playing nearby found him floating on his back and not breathing in about three feet of water at Sandy Point State Park.He was revived by a lifeguard before being flown to the hospital.Children playing in the south beach area of the park on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay discovered the boy in trouble about 12:25 p.m. and called to nearby adults for help, said Darryl Claggett, a spokesman for the Department of Natural Resources police.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | March 17, 1995
The Saint Louis Billikens endured 34 percent shooting, a second-half disappearing act by their big scorer and five torturous minutes of overtime yesterday.But their survival test was not complete until Minnesota launched four potential game-tying, three-point shots in the final 13 seconds.Only then were the Billikens able to escape the Baltimore Arena with a frenetic 64-61 victory in the first round of the East Regional, their first victory in the NCAA tournament in 43 years.In a game of bizarre twists and long scoring droughts, Saint Louis (23-7)
NEWS
November 18, 1992
Margaret ClaggettTeacher, librarianMargaret "Betsy" Shyrock Claggett, a former teacher, social worker and librarian in Baltimore, died Oct. 25 in Irvington, Va.A funeral service was conducted Oct. 28 in Kilmarnock, Va.The 74-year-old Chestnut Hill, Pa., native grew up in Richmond, Va., and Baltimore.She graduated from the Girls' Latin School and the Maryland College for Women.She was a social worker at the state Department of Welfare and the American Red Cross and later worked in the hearing and speech department at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and as a teacher and librarian in the Baltimore City public schools.
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By Charles P. Thobae | September 8, 1992
MEETING in Baltimore this week, the Episcopal House of Bishops is called upon to heal a divided Episcopal Church for the second time in two centuries. The first division had to do with theological nuance; the second has to do with human sexuality.The first was in 1792. A unanimous vote of the clergy and laity had just named Thomas John Claggett bishop of the Diocese of Maryland. At that time there were just four other Episcopal bishops in the United States. With the exception of Samuel Seabury of Connecticut, all the American prelates had been consecrated in England at the hands of the English bishops.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | March 16, 1995
A year ago, it was as if Saint Louis arrived in the NCAA tournament in Cinderella's pumpkin. The Billikens were one of the season's most provocative rags-to-riches stories.This year, though, the element of surprise was absent when Saint Louis was seeded ninth in the East.This is a team that has won 45 of 58 games over the past two seasons, that almost toppled Cincinnati in the Great Midwest tournament last week, that has had three lineup changes in coach Charlie Spoonhour's three seasons.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Sun Staff Writer | August 13, 1994
(TC Terrence G. Johnson and his father wept at the thought of freedom.In a packed Annapolis courtroom, Johnson cried. His voice cracked as he begged forgiveness from God and the families of the two Prince George's County policemen he shot to death 16 years ago."It's agony to know you've killed a man," he told Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Warren B. Duckett.The judge had been considering Johnson's case for a week. Johnson's lawyers had argued for early parole and an explanation of why he was denied parole in 1991.
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