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Albert Edward

a mountain in SE New Guinea, in the Owen Stanley Range. Height: 3993 m (13 100 ft.)
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The Albert Edward Lodge, based at Greenhead Masonic Hall near Huddersfield town centre gave the money to the Hudders field Areal Guides cottage at Holme.
Family were Albert Edward, 1927, Margaret, 1929, Jean, 1932, Elizabeth, 1934, and Pauline, 1944.
But Miller Homes have still not answered all the council's objections and they are now applying for more time in which to come up with a suitable scheme for the Albert Edward Dock.
I know Edwin married Salome Southcott, in Exeter in 1871 and had children Ellen Salome (1880), Albert Edward (1879) and Ethel (1884).
Officials at St Francis's Church, Fixby, received pounds 1,000 from the Albert Edward Masonic Lodge at Greenhead.
The advisory note is issued in response to our Page 7 story about plans to build 76 apartments in Albert Edward Dock at Royal Quays in North Shields.
Redrow is believed to be among the firms interested in developing land currently occupied by the Albert Edward, Prince of Wales Court, in Porthcawl, which caters for up to 69 residents and will be pulled down and rebuilt on a smaller scale.
Teesside Coroner's Court was told Albert Edward Hudson, 70, of Albany Road, Middlesbrough, had surgery for bladder and prostate problems on December 20 last year.
The Albert Edward Lodge, on Greenhead Road, donated the cash on behalf of the West Riding Provincial Grand Master's charity fund.
Lord Armstrong was no doubt anxious that the royal programme should go well, especially a trip by boat down the Tyne where 3,000 children on Hebburn ballast hills formed the shape of the Prince of Wales feathers and the VIP visitor opened Albert Edward Dock in North Shields.
Her eldest son, Prince Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales becomes King.
respect: The Under 9 and under 11 teams who marked the life of the head teacherr Paul Roberts n presentation Parents, Friends and Teachers Association chairman Kirsty Mellor receives a cheque from Albert Edward Freemasons Lodge, Greenhead, by Brian Walker and Philip Kaye