How old is Reginald Fessenden?
Reginald Fessenden was born on October 6, 1866 and died on July 22, 1932. Reginald Fessenden would have been 65 years old at the time of death or 148 years old today.
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There are several well-known alumni of The Fessenden School. They include Howard Hughes, the actor Christopher Lloyd, Massachusetts Senators Edward M. Kennedy and John F. Kerry, as well as Porter Goss, former Director of the CIA.
reginald holland was an English cinema organist of the l930s & l940s and possibly of the l950s.He may have emigrated to Canada later Reginald holland was my grandfather and lived in blackpool lancs till his death in 1995 aged 89, he moved from mansfield to blackpool as leader of a five piece dance… band in 1932, he worked with the Larry brennan band and bertinis orchestra at the winter gardens and tower, and as a raf sergeant ran a wartime band (MORE)
reginald carter is lil Wayne's step father. his biological father left when Wayne was an infant therefore lil Wayne recognizes reginald carter as his father and even took up his last name.
He invented the radio in december, year 1900 so his first broadcast would have been very shortly after that.
The Irish Gaelic equivalent of Reginald is Raghnall [rye-nal or rawnal] andin Scottish Gaelic [reu-ull].
The name Reginald come from the form REYNOLD. . From the Germanic name Reginwald, composed of the elements ragin "advice" and wald "rule". The Normans (who used forms like Reinald or Reinold) brought the name to Britain, where it reinforced rare Old English and Norse cognates already in existence.… It was common during the Middle Ages, but became more rare after the 15th century. (Behind the Name) . (MORE)
Reginald VelJohnson is 64 years old (born Reginald Vel Johnson Jr. , August 16, 1952).
They were the lookouts on duty when the Titanic sank. Frederick Fleet was the one who spotted the iceberg and said to the bridge, "Iceberg, right ahead!"
Reginald Earnshaw was born in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire on 5th February 1927 to Dorothy Earnshaw and Eric Shires. The couple later married and had two daughters, Pauline and Neva.
He invented the Punnet Square, which allows one to determine the genetic probability from the P and F1's offspring.
He did some early experiments with radio in Canada, and he may have transmitted before Marconi in Italy.
He was hanged by the executioner Albert Pierrepoint on 15th July 1953, at Pentonville Prison in London. After being pinnioned for hanging, Christie complained that his nose itched, to which Pierrepoint replied "It won't bother you for long". Pierrepoint himself died on 10th July 1992- it is estimate…d that he had hanged over 400 people in his 'career'. In his memoirs, he concluded that capital punishment was not a deterrent to crime. (MORE)
Reginald Ansett was famous in Australia for founding Ansett Transport Industries Limited, more commonly known as Ansett Airways.
Reginald Baker was born on February 8, 1884 and died on December 2, 1953. Reginald Baker would have been 69 years old at the time of death or 131 years old today.
No, his first records were made in 1926 for HMV and are plentiful to this day, but they are great fun......
Reginald Bach died on January 6, 1941, in New York City, New York, USA of pneumonia.
Reginald Barker died on February 23, 1945, in Los Angeles, California, USA of heart attack.
Reginald Beane was born on August 31, 1918, in New York City, New York, USA.
Reginald Beckwith died on June 26, 1965, in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England, UK of heart attack.
Reginald Collin died on December 16, 2011, in Shaftesbury, Dorset, England, UK of heart and chest problems.
Reginald Gardiner died on July 7, 1980, in Westwood, California, USA of heart attack & pneumonia.
Reginald Heber died on April 3, 1826, in Trichinopoly, Tamil Nadu, British India of cerebral hemorrhage.
Reginald Hill was born on April 3, 1936, in West Hartlepool, County Durham, England, UK.
Reginald Hill died on January 12, 2012, in Ravenglass, Cumbria, England, UK of brain tumour.
Reginald Le Borg died on March 25, 1989, in Los Angeles, California, USA of heart attack.
Reginald Lisowski went by Crusher, The man who made Milwaukee famous, and The Wrestler Who Made Milwaukee Famous.
Reginald Maudling died on February 14, 1979, in Hampstead, London, England, UK of cirrhosis of the liver and kidney failure.
Larry Fessenden has: Played Man Who Looks Through Trash in "White Trash" in 1980. Played Man in "Lifeline" in 1981. Played Narrator in "A Face in the Crowd" in 1981. Played Sam in "Habit" in 1982. Played Eden Ridge Employee in "No Telling" in 1991. Played Lee Ray Harold in "River of Grass" in 1994. …Played Sam in "Habit" in 1995. Played Cokehead in "Bringing Out the Dead" in 1999. Played Rudy Granger in "Third Watch" in 1999. Played Kissing Man in "Hamlet" in 2000. Played Junkie in "Happy Accidents" in 2000. Played Benny in "Animal Factory" in 2000. Played Max in "Margarita Happy Hour" in 2001. Played Craig McManus in "Session 9" in 2001. Performed in "Wendigo: An Interview with Larry Fessenden" in 2002. Played Clifton in "Happy Here and Now" in 2002. Played Tow Guy in "Bad Day for a Tow" in 2002. Played The Deaf Peeping Tom in "The Paper Boy" in 2003. Played Jimmy Doyle in "Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America" in 2003. Played Store Clerk in "Imaginary Heroes" in 2004. Played Phil in "The Off Season" in 2004. Played Tow Truck Driver in "The Roost" in 2005. Played Father in "Headspace" in 2005. Played Will in "Broken Flowers" in 2005. Played Willie in "The Resurrection Apprentice" in 2005. Played Man Behind the Gate in "Mulberry St" in 2006. Played himself in "Fractured Skulls: The Making of Headspace" in 2006. Played Jim Mullins in "Satellite" in 2006. Played Charles Foster in "The Last Winter" in 2006. Played Enemy Guard in "Automatons" in 2006. Played Telly in "The Pod" in 2006. Played Jack Ing in "Dress Rehearsal" in 2006. Played Kenny in "The Hunter" in 2007. Played Sandy Combs in "The Brave One" in 2007. Played Henchman in "Trigger Man" in 2007. Played Man in Park in "Wendy and Lucy" in 2008. Played Willy Grimes in "I Sell the Dead" in 2008. Played Mickey Hauser in "I Can See You" in 2008. Played Brent in "House of Satisfaction" in 2008. Played Bill the Water Truck Driver in "Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever" in 2009. Played Cowboy in "Blood Red Earth" in 2009. Played Glumac in "Satan Hates You" in 2010. Played Roadhouse Bartender in "Stake Land" in 2010. Played Bike Messenger in "Vanishing on 7th Street" in 2010. Played Jerry in "Worst Friends" in 2010. Played William Coley in "Bitter Feast" in 2010. Played Fishing Host in "Hypothermia" in 2010. Played Sam in "Silver Bullets" in 2011. Performed in "Stray Bullets" in 2012. Played Frank in "The Battery" in 2012. Played Mr. Bond in "The Businessman" in 2012. Played Detective Elrod in "Hellbenders" in 2012. Played Rusty in "All the Light in the Sky" in 2012. Played himself in "The Innkeepers: Behind the Scenes" in 2012. Played Wolf Dog in "Wolf Dog Tales" in 2012. Played Wolf Dog in "Wolf Dog" in 2012. Played Countryman in "Riding Shotgun" in 2013. Played himself in "Year of the Living Dead" in 2013. Played Sustin in "Jug Face" in 2013. Played Bearded Tenant in "We Are What We Are" in 2013. Played Frank in "The Unlovables" in 2013. Performed in "Worst Friends" in 2014. Played Smith in "Pod" in 2014. Played Jacob Lewis in "We Are Still Here" in 2014. (MORE)
Reginald Birks has written: 'Civic theatres and entertainments directory 1967' -- subject- s -: Directories, Performing arts
Reginald Bretnor has written: 'The magazine of fantasy and science fiction' -- subject(s): American Science fiction, American Fantasy fiction 'Of Force and Violence and Other Imponderables' -- subject(s): Political ethics, Violence, War 'Schimmelhorn's Gold' 'Modern science fiction' 'Gilpi…n's Space' -- subject(s): Space and time, Fiction 'The Craft of science fiction' -- subject(s): Science fiction, Authorship, Creative writing (MORE)
Reginald Johnson has written: 'Your personality and the spiritual life' -- subject(s): Christianity, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Personality, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Personality, Spiritual exercises, Spiritual life
Reginald Hegy has written: 'The hour approaches' -- subject(s): End of the world, Jewish interpretations, Messiah
Reginald Southey has written: 'On some points in the minute anatomy of the kidney' -- subject(s): Anatomy, Kidneys 'Case of acute Bright's disease treated by sulphurous acid and vinegar' -- subject(s): Bright's disease, Treatment 'Iodic acid as a test of strychnine' -- subject(s): Strychnine, …Chemical tests and reagents, Iodic acid, Opium (MORE)
Emma Fessenden has written: 'Pilot controlled dynamic spin simulation of the F-4 Phantom jet on the human centrifuge' -- subject(s): F-4 aircraft, Aircraft spin, Flight simulation, Human centrifuges
Reginald Berkeley has written: 'Machines' 'Dweller in Darkness' 'The history of the Rifle Brigade in the War of 1914-1918' -- subject(s): Campaigns, Great Britain, Great Britain. Army. Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), History, Regimental histories, World War, 1914-1918 'The world's end'… (MORE)
Reginald Hoyaux has written: 'Wereld in beroering' -- subject(s): Low-intensity conflicts (Military science), Politics and government, Social conditions, Social conflict, Travel
Reginald Nassim has written: 'Modern trends in diseases of the vertebral column' -- subject(s): Spine, Diseases
Reginald Wagstaffe has written: 'The preservation of natural history specimens' -- subject(s): Natural history, Technique 'Type Specimens of Birds in the Merseyside County Museums'
Reginald Crabtree has written: 'Royal yachts of Europe' -- subject(s): Government vessels, History, Royal yachts
Fessenden Seaver Blanchard has written: 'A cruising guide to the Inland Waterway and Florida' -- subject(s): Inland navigation, Pilot guides
Arthur Fessenden has written: 'Tables, shewing the interest at six per cent' 'Tables, shewing the interest at six per cent' 'Tables, shewing the value in Halifax currency of any sum of exchange on London, from 1s. to 1,000 pounds sterling, in a progressive series of one quarter per centum' -- …subject(s): Money, Tables, History 'Tables of exchange on London' -- subject(s): Money, Tables, Foreign exchange, Monnaie, Change 'Tables, shewing the interest' -- subject(s): Interest and usury, Tables (MORE)
Reginald Harrison has written: 'Digest of cases decided by the superior and other courts in Ireland and Northern Ireland' -- subject(s): Law reports, digests
Reginald Bell has written: 'Motion pictures in a modern curriculum' -- subject(s): Motion pictures in education
Reginald Byron has written: 'Social change in Dunrossness' -- subject(s): Social conditions, Social change 'Retrenchment and Regeneration in Rural Newfoundland'
Cortez Fessenden has written: 'A Table of refractions in declinations for every 5@ of latitude and declination'
N. Fessenden has written: 'Memoirs of Rev. N. Fessenden' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Methodist Episcopal Church, Bible, Biography, Clergy
Reginald Stackhouse has written: 'The Coming Age Revolution' 'Christianity and politics' -- subject(s): Christianity and politics, Church and state 'How can I believe when I live in a world like this?' -- subject(s): Christianity, Faith, Religious aspects of Suffering, Suffering, Theodicy 'A…live Again' 'Teach yourself Christianity and Politics' (MORE)
David L. Fessenden has written: 'Defensive handgun skills' -- subject(s): Pistols, Self-defense, Handbooks, manuals, Pistol shooting
Reginald Gibbons has written: 'Homage to Longshot O'Leary' -- subject(s): Poetry 'Writers from South Africa' 'Saints' 'Creatures of a Day' 'New Writing from Mexico' 'Five pears or peaches' 'The Writer in Our World'
I can find no reference to any saint named Reginald. There was a Reginald of Piperno who was a close companion of St. Thomas Aquinas but he has not been canonized a saint.