Van Voorhis, Eugene, 1950- : The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, and the Rt. Reverend Jack McKelvey, the 7th Bishop of the Diocese of Rochester, plaintiffs-respondents, against the Rev. David Harnish, former Rector of All Saints Protestant Episcopal Church; Horace (Bud) Roberts and Frances Miller, former Wardens of All Saints Protestant Episcopal Church, Al Bagdonas, Nancy Fox, Sue Hemphill, Tim Kearney, Hilda McLeod, Jason O'Neil, and Gerald Quenell, former vestrymen of All Saints Protestant Episcopal Church, and All Saints Episcopal Church, Inc., defendants-appellants : Docket No. CA 06-03056 (Action No. 1) / Eugene Van Voorhis, attorney for defendants-appellants ; Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, Thomas G. Smith, of counsel, attorneys for plaintiffs-respondents.
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Van Vorst, Simon, b. 1692 or 3. : The Trials of eight persons indited for piracy &c. [electronic resource] : Of whom two were acquitted, and the rest found guilty. At a justiciary Court of Admiralty assembled and held in Boston within His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on the 18th of October 1717. And by several adjournments continued to the 30th. Pursuant to His Majesty's commission and instruction, founded on the act of Parliament made in the 11th. & 12th of King William IIId. Intituled, An act for the more effectual suppression of piracy. : With an appendix, containing the substance of their confessions given before His Excellency the governour, when they were first brought to Boston, and committed to goal.