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  2. 20/11/2022 · The MS. containing this is now in the Grosvenor Museum, Chester. Nicholas had, in 1430, married Margery daughter of Sir Thomas Gerard; ibid. 172. Ralph Rylands in 1503–4 released to Anne widow of Geoffrey Shakerley, and Peter son and heir of Geoffrey, all claim on lands, &c., in the parishes of Winwick, Leigh, and Deane; ibid. 175.

  3. 22/11/2022 · Truth will out eventually . Southern Trust putting him firmly in his place regarding his statement that the protocol was to blame for a non delivery .Just wonder how many other mis judgements he has recorded since assuming leadership .

  4. 21/11/2022 · Being Geoffrey Boycott – 108 Tests limited edition. £ 75.00 or three interest-free instalments of £ 25.00 with. By Geoffrey Boycott and Jon Hotten. Published by Fairfield Books. Hardback. Signed, personalised and individually numbered by Sir Geoffrey Boycott himself. Buy one of only 108 copies commemorating Sir Geoffrey Boycott’s 108 Test match ...

  5. hace 5 días · Sir Geoffrey Hurst MBE is a former footballer who played for teams including West Ham United F.C. and Stoke City, as well as the England national football team. He will be touring the U.K....

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  6. hace 3 días · Field Marshal Sir Geoffrey Baker (1912—1980), Chief of the General Staff; Major-General Ian Baker (1927—2005), GOC North East District; Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Durand Baker (1837—1893), Quartermaster-General to the Forces; Lieutenant-General Sir William Henry Goldney Baker (1888—1964), Adjutant-General (India)

  7. 24/11/2022 · Sir Geoffrey de Chetham appears all through the middle of the 13th century, and was evidently a man of consequence. (fn. 12) After his time the manor is found to be held by the Pilkingtons, (fn. 13) the tenure being altered to knight's service, (fn. 14) and on their forfeiture in 1485 it was granted to the Earl of Derby, (fn. 15) and descended like Knowsley down to the middle of the 17th century.