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  1. Margaret Kampschaefer Butler (Evansville, Indiana, 27 de março de 1924 – 8 de março de 2013) [1] foi uma matemática estadunidense, que participou da criação e atualização de programas de computador. Durante o início da década de 1950, Butler contribuiu para o desenvolvimento dos primeiros computadores.

    • 8 de março de 2013
    • 27 de março de 1924, Evansville
  2. Lady Margaret Boleyn [2] (c. 1454 – 1539) was an Irish noblewoman, the daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond. She married Sir William Boleyn and through her eldest son Sir Thomas Boleyn, was the paternal grandmother of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII of England, and great-grandmother of Anne and Henry's ...

    • c. 1539 (aged 84–85), England
    • Anne Hankford
    • Birth and Origins
    • Marriage and Issue
    • Countess of Ormond
    • Further Reading

    Lady Margaret was born in Ireland, the daughter of Gerald FitzGerald, 8th Earl of Kildare and his first wife Alison FitzEustace, daughter of Rowland FitzEustace, 1st Baron Portlester.[a] She had a brother Gerald FitzGerald, 9th Earl of Kildare, three sisters, Lady Eleanor Fitzgerald (ca. 1482-after 1541), Lady Alice, and Lady Eustacia; and five hal...

    In 1485, she married Piers Ruadh Butler, son of Sir James Butler of Polestown (modern day Paulstown) and Sabh Kavanagh. The marriage was political; arranged with the purpose of ending the long-standing rivalry between the two families. In the early years of their marriage, Margaret and her husband were reduced to penury by James Dubh Butler, an ill...

    The earldom of Ormond was restored to Piers on 22 February 1538 after Thomas Boleyn, whose daughter Queen Anne Boleyn had been executed for High Treasonin 1536, died. Prior to that date, Piers and Margaret had continued to style themselves as Earl and Countess of Ormond. Margaret was sometimes called the "Great Countess of Ormond". She signed herse...

    Ragosta, Millie J. (1981). Gerait's Daughter. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday & Company Inc. ISBN 0-385-17274-5.

  3. Margaret Butler was a pioneering scientist who spent her career at the forefront of the development of computer science and nuclear energy. Her spirit, drive, and analytical talents led to a lifetime of scientific contributions during an era when women were a rarity in an R & D setting.

  4. Margaret Kampschaefer Butler (Evansville, Indiana, 27 de março de 1924 – 8 de março de 2013) [1] foi uma matemática estadunidense, que participou da criação e atualização de programas de computador. Durante o início da década de 1950, Butler contribuiu para o desenvolvimento dos primeiros computadores.

  5. 14 de mar. de 2016 · Margaret Butler’s sculpture could be as revealing today as it was on her New Zealand comeback in 1934, following 11 years in Europe. This is because of its figurative emphasis, its powerful spiritual qualities and the ability of sculpture of whatever time, place or style, to impact on the viewer’s space, thoughts and feelings, sometimes far ...