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    Marie-Elizabeth Cléry

    Marie-Elizabeth Cléry (or Mme Duverge-Cléry) née Du Verger or Du Verge (b. 1761, d. after 1795) was a French harpist and composer. She was probably born in Paris and became a harpist in the court of Marie-Antoinette. After her marriage to Jean-Baptiste Cant-Hanet dit Cléry, she published three sonatas for harp accompanied by violin, Trois Sonates pour La Harpe ou Piano-forte avec Accompagnement de Violon (1785).
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    Alexander, Count of Conversano

    Alexander (died after 1142) was the second count of Conversano (1085–1132), the son and successor of Geoffrey the Elder. Alexander, with his brother Tancred, was a constant thorn in the side of Roger II of Sicily. He took part in a civil war that broke out in Bari. Risone, the archbishop of the city, was murdered (1117) and the princess of Taranto, Constance of France, was imprisoned at Giovinazzo (1119) by Grimoald Alferanites, the prince of Bari, and Alexander. After Roger was defeated at the Battle of Nocera in 1132, Tancred returned to the Mezzogiorno and entered into open rebellion again, taking the cities of Montepeloso and Acerenza, with the support of their populations. He raised a force with his brother Alexander, Count Godfrey of Andria, Count Ranulf of Alife, and Prince Robert II of Capua. Roger crossed the Straits of Messina with a large force and Alexander was so afraid that he abandoned his city of Matera to his son, Geoffrey the Younger, and fled to the court of Ranulf. After Roger's successfully besieged Matera, Alexander, deeply grieved, fled to Dalmatia. He was deprived of his fief and unable to return home. He tried to meet up with the Emperor Lothair II, but was
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    Jack Vest

    Jack Vest (1926–1972) was an American athlete. He was a 12 letter man for East Tennessee State, winning honors in football, basketball and baseball between the years 1946-50. He is also to be found numerous times in the Buccaneer record book. He was an outstanding quarterback in football and averaged between 15-20 points per season in basketball. A gifted passer, Vest held the Buccaneer record for most passes completed in a single game for years. He was a member of the All-Decade 1940's team as a quarterback and figured prominently in some of the better teams fielded by Coach L.T. Roberts. Vest is a member of the East Tennessee State Athletic Hall of Fame. After leaving East Tennessee State, Vest coached high school football and turned out a 9-0-1 record with a St. Paul, Virginia team which had only 17 players on the entire squad. He coached at Greeneville from 1951-53. While he was an accomplished athlete in college, Vest will more likely be remembered as one of the nation's most outstanding officials in both football and basketball. After coaching football at Hanes High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, he became an executive in the insurance department of Wachovia Bank
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