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- Elizabeth MacDonough is an American lawyer and the Parliamentarian of the United States Senate since 2012. She is the first woman to hold the position...
- Thomas Macdonough, Jr. (December 31, 1783 – November 10, 1825) was an early-19th-century Irish-American naval officer noted for his roles in the first...
- MacDonough is an Irish surname, it may refer to: Surname: Elizabeth MacDonough, the current Parliamentarian of the United States Senate George MacDonough...
- USS Macdonough may refer to: USS Macdonough (DD-9), was an early destroyer, launched in 1900 and served until 1919 USS Macdonough (DD-331), was a Clemson-cl****...
- USS Macdonough (DLG-8/DDG-39) was a Farragut-cl**** guided missile destroyer in the United States Navy. She was named for Commodore Thomas Macdonough, the...
- Canadian-Irish-Scottish singer and recording executive. Under the pseudonym Harry Macdonough, he was one of the most prolific and po****r tenors during the formative...
- USS Macdonough (DD-351) was a Farragut-cl**** destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Thomas Macdonough. Macdonough was...
- Macdonough Craven, often mistaken as MacDonough Craven and McDonough Craven, (November 11, 1858 – February 2, 1919) was an American naval officer, engineer...
- Senate and parliamentary procedure. In****bent parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough has held the office since 2012, appointed by then Majority Leader Harry...
- General Alexander Macomb, and ships commanded by Master Commandant Thomas Macdonough. Downie's squadron attacked shortly after dawn on 11 September 1814, but...
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