|Member of the OhioHouseofRepresentatives |
from the 40th district
January 3, 1967 – December 31, 1970
|Preceded by||District created|
|Succeeded by||Tom Kindness|
|Died||October 25,2016 84) (aged|
Thomas BeckettRentschler (August 23,1932 –October 25,2016) was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. Rentschler was a graduate of Haverford College in Pennsylvania,and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served as chairman and CEO of Citizens Bank for more than 30 years. He died after a short illness at a hospice in Hamilton,Ohio in 2016.
East Hartford is a town in Hartford County,Connecticut,United States. The population was 51,045 at the 2020 census. The town is located on the east bank of the Connecticut River,directly across from Hartford,Connecticut. It is home to aerospace manufacturer Pratt &Whitney. It is also home to Pratt &Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field,a stadium used mainly for soccer and football with a capacity of 40,000 people.
Earl of Haddington is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1627 for the noted Scottish lawyer and judge Thomas Hamilton,1st Earl of Melrose. He was Lord President of the Court of Session from 1616 to 1625. Hamilton had already been created Lord Binning in 1613 and Lord Binning and Byres,in the County of Haddington,and Earl of Melrose,in the County of Roxburgh,in 1619. These titles were also in the Peerage of Scotland. The title of the earldom derived from the fact that he was in possession of much of the lands of the former Melrose Abbey. However,Hamilton was unhappy with this title and wished to replace it with "Haddington". In 1627 he relinquished the earldom of Melrose and was instead created Earl of Haddington,with the precedence of 1619 and with limitation to his heirs male bearing the surname of Hamilton. This derived from the fact that he considered it a greater honour to take his title from a county rather than from an abbey. Hamilton was a member of the prominent Scottish family of that name and descended from John de Hamilton,younger son of Walter de Hamilton,who was granted the feudal barony of Cadzow and who is also the ancestor of the Dukes of Hamilton and Dukes of Abercorn.
Thomas Corwin,also known as Tom Corwin,The Wagon Boy,and Black Tom was a politician from the state of Ohio. He represented Ohio in both houses of Congress and served as the 15th governor of Ohio and the 20th Secretary of the Treasury. After affiliating with the Whig Party,he joined the Republican Party in the 1850s. Corwin is best known for his sponsorship of the proposed Corwin Amendment,which was presented in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid the oncoming American Civil War.
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Frederick Brant Rentschler was an American aircraft engine designer,aviation engineer,industrialist,and the founder of Pratt &Whitney Aircraft. Rentschler created and manufactured many revolutionary aircraft engines,including those used in the aircraft of Charles Lindbergh,Amelia Earhart and James Doolittle. He is also a co-founder of United Aircraft and Transport Corporation,the predecessor of United Technologies Corporation.
James Jackson was an early British-born Georgia politician of the Democratic-Republican Party. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1789 until 1791. He was also a U.S. Senator from Georgia from 1793 to 1795,and from 1801 until his death in 1806. In 1797 he was elected 23rd Governor of Georgia,serving from 1798 to 1801 before returning to the senate.
Raymond Hugh Burke was a teacher,businessman and member of the United States House of Representatives from Ohio's third district.
The firm of Hooven,Owens,Rentschler,and Company manufactured steam and diesel engines in Hamilton,Ohio. Because the firm was frequently known by its initials,H.O.R.,the Hooven is sometimes incorrectly rendered as Hoover,and the Owens may be mistaken for Owen.
Miami University Hamilton or Miami Hamilton is a satellite campus of Miami University in Hamilton,Ohio. It was founded in 1968 and is one of three regional campuses of Miami University.
The Garver-Rentschler Barn is a registered historic building in Hamilton,Ohio,United States. It was listed on the National Register on 11 August 1980 under the name of "Garver Barn";the official designation was changed to the present name in 2014.
The Rentschler House is a historic residence in the city of Hamilton,Ohio,United States. Constructed at the turn of the 20th century,it has been named a historic site.
Gordon Sohn Rentschler was a chairman of First National City Bank,a predecessor of Citigroup.
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The First Ohio General Assembly was the initial meeting of the Ohio state legislature,composed of the Ohio State Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives. It convened in Chillicothe,Ohio,on March 1,1803,and adjourned April 16,1803. This General Assembly coincided with the first year of Edward Tiffin's first term as Ohio Governor.
Rentschler is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Hooven may refer to: