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List of nobles and magnates within Scandinavia in the 13th century

The general trend of Scandinavian nobility seems to be that there were comparatively few large magnates and generally most had connections to the royalty. The sources on nobility in 13th century Scandinavia are, at least in the English language, ...

                                               

Ambroli Church

Ambroli Church is a Church of North India church in Girgaum, Mumbai that was established in 1831 by the Scottish missionary John Wilson. The unusual name derives from Ambroli House chapel that stood on the site before the churchs construction in ...

                                               

St Kentigerns Church

St Kentigerns Church, Lanark Hope Street, newer church in Lanark, distinct from St Kentigerns Church, Lanark Hyndford Road St Kentigerns Church, Lanark Hyndford Road, ruined church in Lanark

                                               

Charles Loch

Charles Ramsay Fleming Loch was a Scottish first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of William Loch, was born at Edinburgh in February 1825. He was educated at both the Edinburgh Academy and Rugby School. He later matriculated to University C ...

                                               

Disappearance of Marion Barter

Marion Barter is an Australian missing person, teacher, and mother of two, who disappeared on Sunday, June 22, 1997 from Southport, Queensland. She was dropped off at a bus station in Surfers Paradise, Queensland to go to the airport for a planne ...

                                               

Gas Council

The Gas Council was a UK government body that provided strategic oversight of the gas industry in England, Wales and Scotland between 1949 and 1972. The British gas industry was nationalised under the provisions of the Gas Act 1948 11 & 12 Geo. 6 ...

                                               

Hilda Gregg

Hilda Caroline Gregg was an English author who wrote novels and short stories under the name Sydney C. Grier. She was first published in 1886, then William Blackwood and sons brought out her first novel in 1894. She then published roughly a novel ...

                                               

Sydney J. Yard

Sydney J. Yard was a British-born American painter who became "one of the most famous watercolor artists in the United States".

                                               

Hari Sharma

Hari Sharma is an Indian career civil servant who formerly served as Member of Union Public Service Commission and Secretary to Government of India in Ministry of Home Affairs during the terms of Home Ministers Gulzarilal Nanda, Indira Gandhi and ...

                                               

Jane Singleton

Singleton began her journalistic career as a cadet at The Age newspaper in Melbourne. At 22 she went to China during the Cultural Revolution. Later she went to Hong Kong where she sub-edited the South China Morning Post. In Brazil she was corresp ...

                                               

Sera Waters

Sera Waters was born in Murray Bridge, South Australia, in 1979. She has a Bachelor of Visual Arts Hons from the University of South Australia, a Masters of Visual Arts from the University of Adelaide, and a PhD from the University of South Austr ...

                                               

Thomas Walker Bee

Bee and his wife arrived in Adelaide in 1853. Within a few years Mrs Bee was advertising that she was taking young ladies for classes in French, Italian, music and other subjects at their home in Norwood. In 1855 Bee joined the South Australian c ...

                                               

Ben Astoni

Ben Astoni is a fictional character from the Australian television soap opera Home and Away, played by Rohan Nichol. The actor felt the offer of the role was good timing, as he was approaching his 40th birthday and feeling unconnected to anything ...

                                               

Hezhou railway station

Hezhou railway station is a railway station in the Peoples Republic of China. It is situated north of Hezhou. The high-speed Guiyang-Guangzhou high-speed railway and the conventional Luoyang–Zhanjiang railway meet and serve this station.

                                               

Guiyang–Nanning high-speed railway

The Guiyang–Nanning high speed railway is a high speed line between Guiyang and Nanning in China. The line will be 512 km long, of which 482 km is new track. Travel time between the two cities will be cut from 10 hours to 2.5 when the line opens ...

                                               

The Old Barracks, Warwick

The building was designed by Thomas Johnson in the Greek Doric style as the local prison and completed in 1783. It was extended and modified by Henry Couchman in 1793. After the prison moved to Cape Road in 1860, the building was converted into b ...

                                               

Royal Military Infirmary

The Royal Military Infirmary in Dublin was located at the southeastern edge of Phoenix Park, one of several former British military installations in the area. The hospital buildings are now part of the Irish Department of Defences estate and curr ...

                                               

Greenbank Drive Synagogue

Greenbank Drive Synagogue is a Grade II* Listed building located in Liverpool, England. Constructed for the local Jewish congregation in 1937 the Art Deco styled building has been described by developers as architecturally the most important and ...

                                               

Edburton Castle Ring

Edburton Castle Ring is an archaeological site in West Sussex, England, on the peak of Edburton Hill on the South Downs, near the villages of Edburton and Fulking. It is a Scheduled Monument.

                                               

St Marys Church, Leyton

The Parish Church of St Mary with St Edward and St Luke, Leyton, also known as Leyton Parish Church and formerly, St Mary the Virgin, Leyton, is a Church of England parish church in Leyton, East London. Although records of the church go back to a ...

                                               

Anerley Town Hall

The building, which was designed by George Elkington in the Italianate style as a vestry hall, was completed in 1879. It became the headquarters of Penge Urban District in 1900 and was extended to incorporate a council chamber and committee rooms ...

                                               

History of women in engineering in the United Kingdom

Women have played a role in engineering in the United Kingdom for hundreds of years, despite the various societal barriers facing them. In the 18th and 19th century, there were few formal training opportunities for women to train as engineers and ...

                                               

1970 in Belgium

20 September – Jacky Ickx wins 1970 Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Mont-Tremblant 24 December – Constitutional amendment to reflect the legal status of communities, regions and language areas of Belgium. 16 August – Jacky Ickx wins 1970 Austrian ...

                                               

Yorkshire North and West Army Cadet Force

The Yorkshire Army Cadet Force is the county cadet force for North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire that operates as part of the Army Cadet Force. Yorkshire ACF is one of the largest Cadet Counties in the UK, its aim is to inspire young people to ach ...

                                               

Kirkstall Road Viaduct

Kirkstall Road Viaduct is a Grade II listed railway viaduct carrying the Harrogate line over the A65 Kirkstall Road, the River Aire, and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Burley, Leeds, West Yorkshire. It was built in 1849 by the engineer Thomas G ...

                                               

Deeping Lakes Nature Reserve

Deeping Lakes Nature Reserve, also known as Deeping Gravel Pits is a local nature reserve with an area of over 71 ha located south-east of Deeping St James in Lincolnshire, England. It includes part of the Deeping Gravel Pits SSSI and is placed w ...

                                               

Glasson Dock branch line

The Glasson Dock Branch Line was a railway line in Lancashire, England. Opened in 1883, this 5-mile branch line connected Glasson Dock to the UK rail network at Lancaster, with stations at Glasson Dock, Conder Green and at a private halt, Ashton ...

                                               

Coates

Coates, Cambridgeshire Coates Castle, a Grade II listed manor in West Sussex Coates, Nottinghamshire Coates, West Sussex Coates by Stow, in Lincolnshire Coates, Lancashire Coates, Gloucestershire

                                               

Langton

Canada Langton, Ontario England Langton Matravers, Dorset East Langton, Leicestershire Langton Hall, Leicestershire Langton, Cumbria Langton Herring, Dorset Church Langton, Leicestershire Langton, County Durham Thorpe Langton, Leicestershire Grea ...

                                               

Muckle Hart of Benmore

The Muckle Hart of Benmore was the name given to a red deer stag that was stalked by the 19th-century naturalist and hunter Charles William George St John. In his book Short Sketches of the Wild Sports and Natural History of the Highlands, he des ...

                                               

The Old Barracks, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The building was designed in the Italianate style as a barracks for the North Staffordshire Militia and completed in 1855. It was initially used by G Company of the 2nd Staffordshire Rifle Volunteer Corps which evolved to become The Kings Own 3rd ...

                                               

2003 Mid Sussex District Council election

The 2003 Mid Sussex District Council election took place on 1 May 2003 to elect members of Mid Sussex District Council in England. It was held on the same day as other local elections. The Conservatives won a majority of one on the council.

                                               

Most Terrifying Places

Most Terrifying Places is a paranormal reality television series that explores what is claimed to be the worlds most haunted and scariest locations. The first season of five episodes aired on Travel Channels Ghostober season of specials from Tues ...

                                               

List of registration districts in England

Registration districts were created in England and Wales with the introduction of civil registration by the Births and Deaths Registration Act 1836. Each district is headed by a superintendent registrar who holds overall responsibility for the ad ...

                                               

Roxby Hall

Roxby Hall is a former manor house or castle in the town of Roxby, North Yorkshire, England. Only one ruined corner and earthworks of Roxby Hall remains in a field adjacent to St. Nicholas’ Church

                                               

Hilary Stratton

Hilary Byfield Stratton FRBS was an English sculptor, stonemason and teacher working in the 20th Century. He is best known for his stone carvings and memorials but experimented in other media that included: perspex, copper and resin. Stratton was ...

                                               

Jane Geddes (art historian)

Jane Geddes is a British art historian and academic, specialising in Scottish architecture, British Medieval manuscripts, Pictish sculpture and Medieval decorative ironwork. She is Emeritus Professor of Art History, University of Aberdeen.

                                               

Charles Kingston OMahony

Charles Kingston OMahony, who wrote as Charles Kingston, was an Irish journalist and author in England during the Golden Age of Detective Fiction of the 1920s and 30s. He often used London as the scene of his novels and wrote a seven book series ...

                                               

Harry Pottle

Harry Pottle was a British art director. Pottle began his career working for the design team at Alexander Kordas London Films after the Second World War. He designed the sets for twenty five episodes of the television series The Avengers during t ...

                                               

Hythe railway station

Hythe railway station may refer to the following railway stations in England: Hythe railway station Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, a terminus in Hythe, Kent, on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. Hythe railway station Hampshire on the ...

                                               

1989–90 British ambulance strike

The 1989–90 British ambulance strike was part of a dispute over pay between ambulance crews and the government with action lasting from 7 September 1989 to 23 February 1990. Ambulance workers were aggrieved that their pay had fallen behind that o ...

                                               

Muriel Rose

Muriel Rose was a collector and publiciser of modern craft and design, a curator, gallery owner and writer, and important in the later Arts and Crafts movement. She has been described as having "made a formidable contribution to the development o ...

                                               

Harry Neal Ltd.

Harry Neal Limited was a UK-based housebuilder and contractor. The company began building houses in outer London in 1896 becoming an estate developer and a builder of large expensive houses. It also became a general building contractor, later a s ...

                                               

Julia Wightman

Julia Bainbrigge Wightman) was a British philanthropist, writer and Temperance activist. She wrote sometimes as Mrs Charles Wightman. Her profits and the St. Alkmund’s Total Abstinence Society paid for "Wightmans Hall" in Shrewsbury and her work ...

                                               

Bulkeley Hill Narrow Gauge Railway

The Bulkeley Hill Narrow Gauge Railway was a 350 yards long 2 ft gauge rope-hauled incline on the Bulkeley Hill near Bulkeley in Cheshire, England. With a grade of nearly 1:1 in one section, it is known as Cheshires Steepest Railway.

                                               

Glasson Dock railway station

Glasson Dock railway station served the town of Glasson Dock, in Thurnham, with trains to nearby Conder Green and Lancaster along the Glasson Dock branch line.

                                               

Conder Green railway station

Conder Green railway station served the hamlet of Conder Green, in Thurnham, Lancashire, with trains to nearby Glasson Dock and Lancaster along the Glasson Dock branch line.

                                               

Joanna Marsh

Joanna Marsh is a British composer of choral and orchestral works, who has lived in Dubai since 2007. She studied composition with Richard Blackford and Judith Bingham, studying at the Royal Academy of Music and also as an organ scholar at Sidney ...

                                               

Lincoln power stations

Lincoln power stations were a sequence of electricity generating stations that provided electric power to the City of Lincoln and the wider area between 1898 and 1977. The first station was built by Lincoln Corporation in 1898 on Brayford Wharf. ...

                                               

Euston

Euston may refer to: Communities Euston, New South Wales, Australia Euston, Suffolk, UK Euston Road, London, UK Stations Euston bus station, London, UK Euston Square tube station, London, UK Euston tube station, London, UK Euston railway station, ...

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