The earliest recorded Ossett Ingham is William Ingham who was a felt maker, yeoman and Ossett landowner. He first shot the crocodile but didn’t kill it, so he dived on top of it as it escaped back into the river and then despatched it with his bare hands by plunging a hunting knife into its throat. Sadly, William Ingham met a very grizzly death, when he was killed and eaten by cannibals on Brooker Island in New Guinea in December The town of Ingham in Queensland is named after him. Two of Ossett’s most notable men, who are both descended from the same Ingham family above, were both called Benjamin Ingham, but lived at different times. Much has been written about the Benjamin Ingham, who formed the Inghamite Church and who came to prominence after going to the USA with the Wesley brothers.
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The forks are a pleasing weight, and very good quality, they have a lovely feel. The forks are engraved with an interesting family crest, a leopards head with an arrow in its mouth, this is unusually engraved on the back of the forks. We welcome any assistance with identification of the family crest. The spoon has the traditional measuring spoon shape, with circular spherical bowl and long flat handle. The spoon has an interesting triple rat-tail joining the bowl to the handle.
The hallmarks are on the front of the spoon, and are well struck, they could not be better.
The hallmarks are excellent, and include makers mark JAP, Victoria duty mark, lion passant, castle town mark and date letter gothic C for
Major-General Sir William Ponsonby Sir Henry Ponsonby became private secretary to the Queen just before the name change in ; it is unlikely however that his name would have been very well known and Ponsonby Road appears as early as the mid s. His surname is thus the least likely source for the naming of the road and eventually the new name for the suburb The Hon.
He was living on Ponsonby Road in the s and died in His Christian name is an unlikely source for the naming of the road and there is a map from the mid s showing Ponsonby Road which may predate Peacocke’s arrival in New Zealand in It is widely believed that what is now Ponsonby Road was originally called Vandeleur Road, but this is not backed up by evidence.
However it does not run in the same direction as the existing Ponsonby Road and it was probably never laid out – if it had been it would run north-south and sit between the existing Howe and Hepburn Streets basically where Western Park is located.
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A day for all the family to meet the baby animals, have a ride on the pony and cart and have a fun day on the farm!
This report and thesis attempts to determine the origins of Palleg Manor c. It also expands upon the history, tenants and land owners of the Palleg land area from prehistoric times to the present day. Open to public revision. Uploaded 1st Jan Some maps are pending licence and will not display. If you have landed on the palleg3. Replaced ‘copyrighted’ maps , Removed UTF-8 coding errors, fixed dead web links, spelling errors.
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Thomas Howard, the Catholic third Duke of Norfolk, was also imprisoned in the Tower, although in his case, he was probably already going to be arrested by Henry VIII on a charge of treason.
The Abbot also sat as a peer in Parliament. The last abbot, John Reeve, was given a pension, and may have lived his remaining days in this house in Crown Street. During the time of the abbey any form of local self determination by the townspeople of Bury existed solely through the Candlemas Guild and later the Guildhall Feoffment Trust. The property of the Abbey of St Edmund was surrendered to the Crown on 4th November but much of the wealth had already been confiscated in the previous year.
After the dissolution in , the rights of the Abbot returned to the Crown. The government of the town was largely ignored by the new owners of the abbey lands and privileges, and any joint actions continued to be carried out through the Guildhall Feoffees, largely without any formal legal backing.
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The old malting floor system had needed a large input of skilled men to turn the grain, and they were no longer available.
To the accompaniment of the traditional gun salute Mayor Christian Ude used two swift taps of his hammer to open the first keg today and declared in the local dialect ‘O’zapft is’, or ‘It’s tapped’, signalling the opening of the beer festival that runs for the next 17 days. This year’s Oktoberfest is the th. Young women celebrate the start of the Oktoberfest and drink beer in one of the many tents set up to mark the th anniversary of the festival Thirsty work: Dressed in traditional costume a festival-goer gets down to the serious business of drinking Enlarge Howls of delight: Women in traditional Bavarian dirndl dresses scream during an amusement ride Alert readers will note that the Oktoberfest actually starts in September – the festival is generally timed to end on the first weekend in October.
This year the timing and length of the festival has been altered in order to make this th anniversary one to remember. Although the classic image of Oktoberfest is a gigantic foaming stein of beer the festival’s original focus was a horse race and, later, an agricultural show. The horse race was discontinued in but this year, to mark the bicentenary, a ‘fancy dress’ race will be held with all of the jockeys clad in traditional costumes The festival has had a fairly unbroken run over years, save for the odd break for war and – in – a deadly outbreak of cholera.
In total, 24 years have been missed, but that still adds up to rip-roaring tipsy funfairs.
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If you enjoy peace and natural beauty, then the gentle and remote stretches of the Upper Thames from its source to Lechlade will suit you. From Lechlade to Eynsford the river is full of such unexpected sights and delights, like kingfishers and otters, or families of ducks having their first swimming lesson across the river, or the sight of cows standing in the river water, their tails gently swishing away. This lovely area of England is bounded by the Cotswolds.
Withers caused controversy when he refused to wear a cornered clerical cap.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year. So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections. Change It wasn’t trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined Unlike in , change was no longer a campaign slogan.
But, the term still held a lot of weight. Here’s an excerpt from our Word of the Year announcement in The national debate can arguably be summarized by the question: In the past two years, has there been enough change? Has there been too much? Meanwhile, many Americans continue to face change in their homes, bank accounts and jobs. Only time will tell if the latest wave of change Americans voted for in the midterm elections will result in a negative or positive outcome.
Tergiversate This rare word was chosen to represent because it described so much of the world around us.
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Top folk artists, plus the cream of the local folk music scene. Music, dance, and song, and this year we’ve added in even more events for all the family to enjoy. If you want to make sure you don’t miss a thing you can buy a ticket for the whole weekend. Most family activities are free.
It is suggested by Sir John Cullum, in his History of Hawstead, that William was responsible for transforming the old Bokenham’s Hall into a modern mansion.
The people had changed and a way of life had disappeared. Wartime austerity, however, had not ended. Rationing continued, families were still separated in many cases, and homes were destroyed. Long term issues replaced the day to day survival of the war, and the economy was totally geared to munitions production and had to be turned around. Redgrave Hall had been requisitioned for troops during the war, and following this period, and the massive repairs needed, it was demolished in , like many other large houses of the time.
The airfields and military installations in our area naturally began to be wound down.
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Etymology[ edit ] The most ancient recorded name for Bristol is the archaic Welsh Caer Odor the fort on the chasm , which is consistent with modern understanding that early Bristol developed between the River Frome and Avon Gorge. Alternative etymologies are supported by numerous orthographic variations in medieval documents, with Samuel Seyer enumerating 47 alternative forms. Shaw derived the name from the Celtic words bras quick, rapid , or braos a gap, chasm, and tuile a stream.
Its real name was the Ponsonby Club Hotel.