• Marjoe Gortner

    Hugh Marjoe Ross Gortner (born January 14, 1944) is a former evangelist preacher and actor. He first gained public attention during the late 1940s when his parents arranged for him to be ordained as a preacher at age four, due to his extraordinary speaking ability. He was the youngest known in that position. As a young man, he preached on the revival circuit and brought celebrity to the revival movement.

  • Marjoe

    Marjoe

    Marjoe is a 1972 American documentary film produced and directed by Howard Smith and Sarah Kernochan about the life of evangelist Marjoe Gortner. It won the 1972 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

  • Marjorie

    Marjorie is a female given name derived from Margaret, which means pearl. It can also be spelled as Margery or Marjory. Marjorie is a medieval variant of Margery, influenced by the name of the herb marjoram. It came into English from the Old French, from the Latin margarita (pearl).

  • Marjorie Hill

    Marjorie Hill

    Marjorie Hill (died 1909) was one of the original nine of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated's twenty founders at Howard University. Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first sorority to be founded by African-American women. Although Hill died, the legacy she created with Alpha Kappa Alpha has continued to generate social capital for nearly 100 years.

  • Marjorie Le Noan

    Marjorie Le Noan

    Marjorie Le Noan (born January 31, 1989) is a YouTube star.

  • Marjorie Ann Orbin

    Marjorie Ann Orbin (born October 29, 1961) is an American woman who murdered her ex-husband Jay Orbin in Phoenix, Arizona, on or about September 8, 2004, which would have been his 45th birthday. Jay Orbin was a jewelry dealer. In September 2004 he returned home to Phoenix from a road trip to Florida. Police said he arrived at his home on September 8, based on cell phone and credit-card records. He was never seen alive again.

  • Marjorie Batchelder McPharlin

    Marjorie Batchelder McPharlin (1903–1997) was an American puppeteer and authority on the puppet theater. Her two best known puppetry productions were Aristophanes' The Birds (1933) and Maeterlinck's The Death of Tintagiles (1937). She was the author of many books on puppetry, including The Puppet Theatre Handbook. She was the second honorary president of the Puppeteers of America. Her marriage to the puppeteer Paul McPharlin was in 1948, a few months before his death. Marjorie was also the creator of the hand-rod puppet which was a style Jim Henson took up for The Muppets .

  • Marjorie Dannenfelser

    Marjorie Dannenfelser

    Marjorie Jones Dannenfelser is President of the Susan B. Anthony List, an American political organization that seeks to advance pro-life women in politics. She was brought into the organization as its executive director in 1993, shortly after its founding.

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