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Yeaton It is situated in the parish of Baschurch. The River Perry flows by to the south, and on the other side is the hamlet of Grafton.
Jessica Yeaton She competed for Australia at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017 in Lahti, Finland.
Hopley Yeaton Yeaton was a veteran of the Continental Navy and the commanding officer of the Revenue Marine cutter "Scammel". Yeaton probably brought along his slave, Senegal, during the Scammel's patrols as was this practice was permitted by the Treasury Department at this time. Yeaton fired three of his crew after their first few months of service. The men had been in "open rebellion" over issues of pay and daily food rations—particularly after they learned that their fellow sailors on board the "Massachusetts" received more and varied foods each day than they did.
Hopley Yeaton Coast Guard Station Grand Haven – Grand Haven, Michigan
Hopley Yeaton Hopley Yeaton (1739 – May 14, 1812) was the first officer commissioned (March 21, 1791) under the Constitution of the United States by George Washington into the Revenue Marine, (later known as the Revenue Cutter Service) which was one of the forerunners of the modern day United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard was later created when the United States Congress merged the Revenue Cutter Service with the US Lifesaving Service in 1915.
Hopley Yeaton The tomb of the first commissioned officer of the Revenue Marine, Hopley Yeaton, now lies on the Academy's grounds. He was originally buried in Lubec, Maine, but in 1975 his burial site was threatened by modernization. The Corps of Cadets sailed the barque "Eagle" to Lubec where his remains were exhumed and laid to rest at the Academy.
Jessica Yeaton She grew up at various places around the world, like Perth in Western Australia, Texas and Dubai before she at the aged at 12 settled in Alaska, became fascinated by the wintertime activities and began practice cross-country skiing.
Hopley Yeaton On August 2, 2008, in a bid to help affirm Grand Haven as "Coast Guard City USA," the Walk of History was revealed to the public. The first point of history was the Hopley Yeaton Plaque, which was ceremonially unveiled by Vice Adm. Clifford Pearson and Andrew Yeaton, a direct descendant of Hopley Yeaton.
Jessica Yeaton Jessica Yeaton (born 21 November 1991) is an Australian cross-country skier who competes internationally.
USCGC Eagle (WIX-327) In 1975, "Eagle" transported the remains of Hopley Yeaton, the first Revenue Cutter Service officer commissioned by President George Washington, from Lubec, Maine to the Coast Guard Academy where he was laid to rest at the Captain Hopley Yeaton Memorial.