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Lynchburg, VA

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.lynchburgva.gov/

Population:
65269 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
1757 (settled)

County:
Lynchburg city

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Liberty University
1971
Lynchburg College
1903
Randolph College
1891

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
BWXT
1941

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Watkins M. Abbitt
Politician
21-May-1908 13-Jul-1998 Congressman from Virginia, 1948-73
Deborah Adair
Actor
23-May-1952   The Young and the Restless
Carl Anderson
Singer
27-Feb-1945 23-Feb-2004 Jesus Christ, Superstar
Anthony Clark
Actor
4-Apr-1964   Greg Warner on Yes, Dear
Romeo Crennel
Football
18-Jun-1947   Former Coach, Kansas City Chiefs
Jerry Falwell
Religion
11-Aug-1933 15-May-2007 Television evangelist
Carter Glass
Politician
4-Jan-1858 28-May-1946 US Senator from Virginia, 1920-46
Robert Latham Owen
Politician
2-Feb-1856 19-Jul-1947 Senator from Oklahoma, 1907-25
Charles W. Pryor, Jr.
Business
c. 1944   Former Westinghouse executive
Wayne Sales
Business
28-Dec-1949   CEO of Canadian Tire, 2000-06
Allen G. Thurman
Politician
13-Nov-1813 12-Dec-1895 US Senator from Ohio, 1869-81
Skeet Ulrich
Actor
20-Jan-1970   Nobody's Baby

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Watkins M. Abbitt
Politician
21-May-1908 13-Jul-1998 Congressman from Virginia, 1948-73
Bill Dudley
Football
24-Dec-1921 4-Feb-2010 NFL Hall of Famer
Jubal Early
Military
3-Nov-1816 2-Mar-1894 Confederate General
Jerry Falwell
Religion
11-Aug-1933 15-May-2007 Television evangelist



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