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Some Facts about John. Original Published by Presses of Edwards and Broughton in 1906 in 49 pages; Description An argument taking the position that John Paul assumed the name of Jones in honor of Willie Jones of North Carolina.
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The article, entitled "Some Facts About John Paul Jones," was thought at the time of its publication to settle the dispute over how Jones acquired his name. On 19 Jan. 1874 Davis married Mary Orme Walker, daughter of Thomas D. and Mary Vance Walker. Alfred Moore and James Iredell, revolutionary patriots, and associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States: An address delivered in presenting their portraits to the Supreme Court of North Carolina on behalf of the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the Revolution. Raleigh :The Society.
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John Paul Jones (1747-1792), American Revolutionary War officer, was a great fighting sailor and a national hero. Like any master mariner in the 18th century, John Paul Jones was in the fullest sense the captain of his ship. He ruled by authority as well as by skill and personality. The rigging, the navigation, the ordnance, and the internal discipline were all his concerns.