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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Burgh_CastleBurgh Castle - Wikipedia

    Burgh Castle is the site of one of several Roman forts constructed to hold troops as a defence against Saxon raids up the rivers of the east and south coasts of southern Britain (the Saxon Shore). Possibly the fort was called Gariannonum , a name that appears in one original source; [4] [5] the identification was once thought secure, but is now thought debatable by some specialists.

  2. Elizabeth de Burgh (English: / d ˈ b ɜːr /; d’-BER; c. 1284 – 27 October 1327) was the second wife and the only queen consort of King Robert the Bruce. Elizabeth was born sometime around 1284, probably in what is now County Down or County Antrim in Ulster , the northern province in Ireland . [1]

  3. Burgh Gate offers a great selection of local schools. For juniors, there are Stonyhill and Loretto RC primary schools. Loretto also offers secondary education as does the Grammar School. For further education in Musselburgh, there's Edinburgh College and Queen Margaret University.

  4. Pittsburgh's only source for amateur hockey news, covering college, high school and midget major hockey. #BurghHockey

  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0111376Eleanor Bron - IMDb

    Eleanor Bron, Actress: A Little Princess. There is one strange, mesmerizing film scene that easily sums up the disturbing fascination Eleanor Bron brought to her characters on stage, TV and in the cinema. This is the classic fig-eating scene which she shares with Alan Bates in the Oscar-winning drama Women in Love (1969). It is not to be missed. A dark, cold-eyed, ethnic-looking beauty, ...

  6. 06/02/2010 · Humphrey FERRERS (Sir) Born: ABT 1493, Tamworth Castle, Warwickshire, England. Died: 1553. Notes: High Steward of Tamworth.It was during his time that Leland, the historian and surveyor to Henry VIII, visited Tamworth and recorded of the Castle: "the base court and great ward of the castle is cleane decayed, and the wall fallen down, and therein be now but houses of office, of noe notable ...

  7. Marguerite d'Anjou (née le 23 ou 24 mars 1430 [1], probablement à Pont-à-Mousson ou Nancy [1], morte le 25 août 1482 à Souzay-Champigny [1]), princesse de Lorraine et de Bar, est l'épouse du roi Henri VI d'Angleterre.