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Thomas Semmes Walmsley, known as T. Semmes Walmsley, was the mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana from July 1929 to June 1936. He is best known for his intense rivalry, reconciliation, and then resumption of hostilities with Governor Huey Pierce Long, Jr.
Sir Thomas Walmsley (1537–1612) was an English judge and politician.
Sir Thomas Walmsley was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1621 and 1624.
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Thomas Jenkins Semmes was an American politician who served as a Confederate States Senator from Louisiana from 1862 to 1865. He was the 1st cousin of Capt Raphael Semmes, of the C.S.S. Alabama.
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The New Orleans mayoral election of 1934 was held on January 23, 1934. It resulted in the re-election of T. Semmes Walmsley as Mayor of New Orleans.
The New Orleans mayoral election of 1930, held in January of that year, resulted in the election of T. Semmes Walmsley to his first full term as Mayor of New Orleans.
Jesse S. Cave (1872–1948) was briefly acting mayor of New Orleans from July 15 to August 17, 1936.
Albert Miles Pratt was briefly acting mayor of New Orleans, USA, from June 30 to July 15, 1936. He was New Orleans’s Commissioner of Public Finance for two terms in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1936 he was appointed collector of customs for the Port of New Orleans. Along with Fred A. Earhart and Jesse S. Cave, Pratt was one of three acting mayors who served in the summer of 1936 between the resignation of Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley and the accession of Robert Maestri. He died in 1969.
Donald Martin Thomas, Baron Thomas of Gresford, OBE, QC is a British Liberal Democrat politician.
Semmes is a city in western Mobile County, Alabama, in the Mobile metropolitan statistical area. Formerly an unincorporated community, voters in Semmes approved incorporation of a part of the community as the city of Semmes on August 17, 2010. After a statutory enumeration, or census, the town was officially declared incorporated on May 2, 2011, by Mobile County Probate Judge Don Davis. The statutory census indicated that the town has a population of 2,897 people. It covers 2,100 acres (850 ha). The current Mayor is David Baker. He is the 2nd Mayor of the city, succeeding Judy Hale.
Charles Bell (1774–1842) was a Scottish anatomist, surgeon, physiologist and natural theologian.
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The Spring Hill Badgers football team represents the Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. The school's teams are known as the Badgers. They have not competed in football since 1941.
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Semmes is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Prof Robert Walmsley FRSE FRCPE FRCSE TD (1906–1998) was a 20th-century Scottish anatomist who served as Professor of Anatomy at St Andrews University.
Prof Thomas Walmsley FRSE (1889–1951) was a 20th-century Scottish anatomist who became Professor of Anatomy at Queen's University, Belfast.