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  1. Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire - Wikipedia

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    This is an incomplete list of Sheriffs of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire in England from 1154 until the abolition of the office in 1965.. Exceptionally, the two counties shared a single sheriff.

  2. October 1912 - Wikipedia

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    Scouting founder Robert Baden-Powell married Olave St Clair Soames, who was 32 years her senior, at Parkstone in Poole, Dorset, England. The Musketeers of Pig Alley, directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Lillian Gish, was released, becoming attributed by critics as the first gangster film ever made.

  3. List of women writers (M–Z) - Wikipedia

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    Lucia St. Clair Robson (living, United States), nv. Charlotte Roche (b. 1978, England/Germany), nv. Mazo de la Roche (1885–1961, Canada/Newfoundland), nv. Regina Maria Roche (1764–1845, Ireland), nv. Sophie von La Roche (1730–1807, Germany), nv. Anne de La Roche-Guilhem (1644–1707 or 1710, France), fiction wr.

  4. Massacres during the Greek Revolution | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    According to another historian of the Greek revolt, William St. Clair, upwards of twenty thousand Turkish men, women and children were killed by their Greek neighbors in a few weeks of slaughter.

  5. Bruce Family Lineage / House of Bruce Research

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    Agnes St. Clair daughter of Fulk de Paganell and had 2 sons: Adam and Robert. He died in 1094. 1138: Adam 2nd Lord of Skelton, inherited all lands in England from his father and whose male line died out in 1271. Sequence of descendants: Adam 3rd, Peter 4th, Peter 5th, sons: Peter 6th and Roger, Peter 7th (no male heir, died 1271).

  6. (PDF) Introduction and Physiology of Lupus

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    [87] Cooper GS, P arks CG, Treadwell EL, St Clair EW, Gilkeson GS, Cohen PL, et al. Di erences by race, sex and age in the clinical and immunologic features of recently

  7. 21 Nov 1929 - Classified Advertising - Trove

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    Return to Trove; Home; Newspapers & Gazettes; Browse; The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) View title info. Thu 21 Nov 1929 Prev issue Next issue Browse issues ...

  8. ExecutedToday.com » 1821

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    According to the account appearing in an old history of St. Clair county, now in the state historical library, Timothy Bennett and Alphonso C. Stewart became involved in an argument while under the influence of liquor, on February 8, 1819, at Belleville. Friends interfered and sought to effect a reconciliation, but their efforts were unavail[ing].

  9. Rainwater Genealogy Source Documents

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    648: “Dr DeZita Appearing in Person,” full page ad, Lubbock Morning Avalanche, pg 5, 8 Jun 1932, photocopy, PDF 649: “Texas Tech Graduate to Substitute as Subject for Hypnotic Exhibition,” Lubbock Morning Avalanche, pg 9, 9 Jun 1932, photocopy, PDF

  10. FRANCE | Flyer Mall

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    MORE ABOUT: Les Misérables (1958 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Les Misérables is a 1958 French-East German-Italian film adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel released in France on March 12, 1958. Written by Michel Audiard and René Barjavel, the film was directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois. It stars Jean Gabin as Jean Valjean. Adaptation