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Author Topic: Russ Baker's "Bush, Family of Secrets" Tom Devine takes his, to the grave  (Read 80 times)

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Ironically, George DeMohrenschildt also was an alleged roughneck....

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Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of Some ...
Sharon J. Doliante - 1991


Miss Leigh-Hunt Wed To Mr. Bruce
‎The Sun - Feb 25, 1951
MISS JESSIE LEIGH-HUNT, daughter of Mr. Henry Leigh Hunt, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Countess Palffy, of
Paris, France, was married yesterday to Mr. A1bert Cabell Bruce, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A1bert Cabell
Bruce, of Charlcote road.
The bridesmaids wore Miss ine Bridesmaids wore Mils Helena Leigh-Hunt and Miss Alexandra Leigh-Hunt,
sisters, of the bride: Miss Mary Elizabeth Le May. Miss Jacqueline Bouvicr, bnth of Washington, DC;
Miss B. Perkins, of Santa Cal., and Mrs. S. Bonsai Jr., of this city. All wore green taffeta and car-
yellow daisies. Mr. Iredell W. Iglehart was man. The ushers were Mr B. Reeves, Mr. David Mr. J. Edward
Johnston, Mr. F. ...
https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1951/02/25/issue.html


The Odessa American from Odessa, Texas · Page 14
www.newspapers.com/newspage/53264721/

... In Pecos County, A1bert C. Bruce Jr. and Thomas J. Devine, Midland operators, will drill the No. 1 G. R.


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March 22, 1992

Anne I. Sommers

Worked at the CIA

A memorial service for Anne Iglehart Sommers, a Baltimore native and former CIA employee, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Church of Georgetown in Washington.

Mrs. Sommers died Friday at her home in Chevy Chase of lung cancer. She was 63.

In the early 1950s, she was a CIA operations officer for East Germany for two years. In May 1953, she married Frank Feldher Sommers, a CIA officer. They lived in Frankfurt, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Bern, Switzerland; and Vientiane, Laos.

Mrs. Sommers served on embassy committees and school boards in each of these cities.

From 1981 to 1991, she was an administrative assistant at the International Management and Development Institute, a non-profit group in Washington that worked with Fortune 500 companies and major corporations abroad.

Mrs. Sommers attended the Calvert and Bryn Mawr schools in Baltimore and graduated from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pa.

She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Wing Sommers Blake of Washington and ....

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Tom S. - July 9, 2016 at 7:31 pm
Dr.McAdams, actually, you have no idea what you are reflexively debunking, but that information deficit does not give you even the slightest pause.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/indystar/obituary.aspx?n=donald-f-jameson&pid=144827767
Donald Fenton Booth Jameson 82, passed away on September 5, 2007 in Ashburn, Virginia,. He worked for the CIA (1951-1973), serving as an operations officer in Europe and Washington almost exclusively concerned with the Soviet Union. Friends and contacts from this period included most of the significant Soviet defections including Svetlana, the daughter of Joseph Stalin. .

http://maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=54212&relPageId=280&search=encouraged_and%20pretty
11 December, 1962 Contact Report
I think that Miss Johnson can be encouraged to write pretty much the articles we want.
.. Donald Jameson

Evan Thomas 2d Dies at 78 Published Many Best Sellers NYTimes
http://www.nytimes.com/1999/03/05/business/evan-thomas-2d-dies-at-78-published-many-best-sellers.html
By ALEX KUCZYNSKI
Published: March 5, 1999
.Mr. Thomas rose through the ranks to editor in chief at Harper & Brothers,
.In a coup that drew a frenzy of publicity in 1967, Mr. Thomas acquired the memoirs of Josef Stalins daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva, who had defected to the United States. He paid Ms. Alliluyeva an advance of more than $1 million, then a record sum..

Isnt this Evan Thomass first cousin, Rebekah, off to meet two deployed, covert CIA agents, on foreign soil?:

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=19431#entry273518
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The Sun Aug 12, 1959

M. _ ISS REBEKAH E. THOMAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas, of St. to Frankfort, Germany, where she was met by Mrs. Frank Feldher Sommers. Jr., formerly of Baltimore, and later visited Miss Mary Eyre Baldwin, daughter of

Mrs. Ralph L. Thomas Dies Of Heart Attack At Hospital
The Sun Mar 9, 1965

Mrs. Ralph Llewellyn Thomas, member of a prominent Maryland family died sister of Beverly Ober, former po- lice commissioner of Baltimore and sister-in-law of Norman Thomas, She graduated from Bryn Mawr School, married Mr. Thomas on April 22, are two children, Gustavus Ober Thomas and Miss Hebekah Eliza- beth Thomas;- two brothers, J,

https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=888&dat=19651119&id=bvhRAAAAIBAJ&sjid=VnQDAAAAIBAJ&pg=6948,5447586&hl=en
Ralph Thomas, a brother of socialist Norman Thomas..

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1992-03-22/news/1992082060_1_nigro-sommers-mawr
March 22, 1992
..Anne I. Sommers

Worked at the CIA

A memorial service for Anne Iglehart Sommers, a Baltimore native and former CIA employee, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Church of Georgetown in Washington.

Mrs. Sommers died Friday at her home in Chevy Chase of lung cancer. She was 63.

In the early 1950s, she was a CIA operations officer for East Germany for two years.....

Background details: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=19103&p=252780

.and in the world of Dr. McAdams, CIA denies or fails to disclose, resulting in McAdamss conclusion that Priscilla is as clean as a whistle!

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https://archive.is/o/esTuB/www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=95330&relPageId=42


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DEVINE--Thomas J., died Monday, October 28 (2019). Tom possessed an engineer's analytical mind, displayed a wide-ranging intellectual curiosity, and maintained many close friendships across his 92, well-lived years. Above all, he was known for his integrity and loyalty. Born in Rochester, NY, in 1926, to Adrian G. and Charlotte W. Devine, Tom joined the Navy the day before his 18th birthday. After graduating from M.I.T. in 1949, he became a CIA staff officer.

He went West in 1953 and roughnecked on a drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico before landing in Midland, TX. During his time in Midland, he was an independent oil operator and a Director of Zapata Off-Shore Corporation. In 1968, he was an advisor to then-Congressman George H.W. Bush, traveling with him in Asia during the Vietnam War. After moving to New York City, Tom pursued a management and financial consulting career. In 1981, he became a Director of Stonetex Oil Corporation and stayed actively involved until his death. Also in 1981, he became a Member of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Corporation, continuing on as a Life Trustee until his death.

For Tom, who had both the oil patch and the sea in his blood, there was nothing paradoxical about being an environmentalist and an oil and gas man. Tom was a Trustee of The Boys' Club of New York (1977-2006), a Trustee of The Episcopal School (1980-1988), and a Life Trustee of The Buckley School. Wearing his engineering hat, he oversaw construction of new buildings for all three institutions. Tom was a Member of The Council on Foreign Relations, The Racquet and Tennis Club, The River Club of New York, and the Nantucket Yacht Club. Tom's first family was that of his widowed sister, Louise W. Carter, and her four daughters, whom he adored. In 1973 he married Alix Mills, with whom he had a daughter, Alison Devine Bardeen, and a son, Thomas J. Devine, Jr. (Jamie). They survive him, as do his son-in-law, William Bardeen, his daughter- in-law, Mollie Anderson Devine, and his four grandchildren: Eloise Bardeen, Marguerite Bardeen, Thomas J. Devine III (James) and Eleanor Devine. The only thing Tom loved as much as Alix, his children, and his grandchildren was his boat, Old Glory. Tom was happiest with friends and family on Old Glory in Nantucket Harbor, discussing international affairs, politics, and the latest developments in everyone's lives. Tom's life will be celebrated at a November gathering in New York City. His ashes will rejoin Nantucket Harbor in the spring. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wood's Hole Oceanographic Institution or The Boys' Club of New York.

Mark, filling in "the gaps" in Jeff Morley's writing quoted aboved, I'm telling this story with document images....


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Tom Devine was yearbook editor of his 1944 class @ Allendale-Columbia in Rochester. The K-12 grades class of 20 boys had been halved, over time. Devine stayed because his father, Adrian was headmaster of the school.



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Just to the south, on the right, in the image below, I added the letter "B" on the beach, to highlight the home of DiDi Sharples and her second husband, a dentist. That beachfront estate was purchased from David K.E. Bruce's sister, Ailsa Mellon Bruce. Speaking of the Bruces, Tom Devine happened to be a wildcat partner of Jackie's
best friend, Leigh Hunt's husband, a Bruce cousin...


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