NO. 88-45573 IN THE MATTER OF THE MARRIAGE OF § § § PAUL R. RICHARDS AND CATHRYN RICHARDS § § § § AND IN THE INTEREST OF LAUREN ANNE RICHARDS AND PATRICK MICHAEL RICHARDS, MINOR CHILDREN § § § § 247TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS IN THE DISTRICI COURT OF DEPOSITION SUMMARY OF CATHERINE JONES MAY 26, 1989 EXAMINATION BY MS. SMITH: Page 5 Narrative Catherine Ann Jones. Live at 1747 Kipling in Houston, TX. Telephone number is 5241013. She knew Paul Richards.
Katarina von Dora was born in Lippendorf, Germany to Hans von Bora and Katharina Haubitz. During the early years of her life her mother died when she was 5 years old, in 1504 her father sent five year old Katarina to a to the Benedictine cloister in Brehna for education. At the age of nine she moved to the Cistercian monastery in Nimbschen, near Grimma, where her maternal aunt was already a member of the community. When she was a teenager in 1515 she took her vows to become a nun, entering the Nimbschen Cloister. Later on in life (1523) Katarina Escaped from the Nimbschen Cloister with 11 other nuns which Martin Luther friend Leonhard Köppe covered under his wagon with fish barrels.
Much of Barton’s education was provided by her older brothers and sisters, and while still a teenager she started to teach in Massachusetts. In 1850, she took a break to attend the Liberal Institute of Clinton, New York, an advanced school for women educators. She resumed her teaching career in New Jersey where, in 1852, she founded one of that state’s first public schools in Bordentown. She started this school with six students, and by the close of the year there were 600 attending.
Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born prematurely at 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg), the 20th of 22 siblings from two marriages; her father Ed was a railway porter and her mother Blanche a maid.  Rudolph contracted infantile paralysis (caused by the polio virus) at age four. She recovered, but wore a brace on her left leg and foot (which had become twisted as a result) until she was nine. She was required to wear an orthopaedic shoe for support of her foot for another two years. Her family traveled regularly from Clarksville, Tennessee, to Meharry Hospital (now Nashville General Hospital at Meharry) in Nashville, Tennessee for treatments for her twisted leg.
She passed the exam and was given the position. During the week while away at work, friends and family stayed with her siblings. “In 1883, Wells moved 40 miles north to Memphis at the urging of her Aunt Frannie, who promised ample opportunity for employment and offered to care for Wells’ two younger sisters” (McBride 2). Soon after her arrival, she found employment at a school in Woodstock, Tennessee. “By the fall of 1884 she had qualified to teach in the city schools and was assigned a first grade class where she taught for seven years” (Sterling
Martha Rogers was born on May 12, 1914 in Dallas, Texas. She was the eldest of four children born to Bruce Taylor Rogers, and Lucy Mulholland Keener Rogers. During her first year of life, her family moved to Knoxville, TN. Martha never felt like an oldest child, she had a young aunt and uncle that were more like an older sister and brother. They kept Martha in line.
African-American women are not an exception to other people who have goals, and Dr. Ramona H. Edelin is a great example. Edelin was born in Los Angeles on September 4, 1945. At an early age, her family relocated to Georgia, where she attended elementary school, and then graduated from Stockbridge High School in Massachusetts in 1963. She then attended Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee earning her BA (Bachelor of Arts). Ramona later resumed her education, completing a Ph.D. at Boston University in 1981, an outstanding accomplishment.
Mary Elam was born in Saginaw, Michigan on September 19th, 1969 to Elder and Mrs. Floyd Walker. She is the second oldest of five children. When Mary was 8 years old they moved to Elba, Alabama. She lived there until there until she graduated from Elba High in May 1987 and pursued a career in the United States Army in 1988. While in the Army she met and married Ricky Elam on February 17, 1990.
Jewell A. Inabinette II Mrs. Glenn Orientation Class 28 March 2012 Marilyn Pough Inabinette Marilyn Pough was born June 1, 1966 in North, S.C. She is the daughter of the late John Henry and Almeta Pough. She has seven siblings. She attended Dover Elementary School then matriculated to North High School where she was Homecoming Queen. While in high school she met one of the star athletes. His name was Jewell Inabinette.
Samantha Leigh Bakker Samantha Leigh Bakker is a 15 year old girl, who was born on May 27th, 1996 in Muster Indiana at Community Hospital. Sam as they call her by her nickname grew up mostly in Gray and Griffith Indiana. She is currently living in Griffith Indiana with her mom and her little brothers. Sam is the daughter of Nancy Bakker, a preschool teacher and the older sister of two little brothers named Eric Bakker a seven year old and Ryan Bakker a eleven year old. Sam went to Beirgier Elemtery in Griffith growing up, she now attends Griffith High School in Indiana, she says.” I enjoy school and the responsible that come with it as growing up.