Quote of the Day
Dear, never forget one little point. It’s my business. You just work here.
(to her husband) – Elizabeth Arden
Great Elizabeth’s From History
Ninja went looking into historical, famous and fictional people called Elizabeth. The interwebz produced deep human knowledge.
Elizabeth Johnson: Betty Johnson (born 1931), American traditional pop and cabaret singer
Elizabeth Hernandez (born July 14, 1961) is the Illinois State Representative for the 24th district; she is currently serving her first term. Hernandez was born in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri in 1961. She currently lives in Cicero, Illinois with her husband Charles and their three children.
Elizabeth Reynolds: Elizabeth Walker (artist) (1800-1876), née Reynolds
Elizabeth Barnes is an American philosopher working in feminist philosophy metaphysics social philosophy and ethics. Barnes is an associate professor of philosophy at the Corcoran Department of Philosophy University of Virginia.
Elizabeth Spencer (soprano) (died 1935), American soprano, recording artist for Thomas Alva Edison
Great Last Names: Taylor
Taylor, as a last name, ranks #17 most frequent. According to the 2010 US Census, we see somewhere around 751,209 Taylor’s here in the nation.
Emily Taylor (17 April 1795 Banham, Norfolk – 11 March 1872 St Pancras, London ) was an English poet, children’s writer and hymn writer.
Jack Taylor (1890s pitcher) (1873-1900), baseball player
Eric Taylor (American musician) (born 1949), American singer and songwriter
Daniel Taylor: Dan Taylor, radio announcer currently at WCBS-FM
Ann Taylor: Anne Taylor (netball) New Zealand netball administrator
Running a news crawl on Elizabeth!
It’s rather apparent not just anybody can be found in the news. We have taken on the work – below is the culmination for Elizabeth Taylor