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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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There was one terrible night, however, that Albert Edward Farrow would never forget.
This became, for years later, a popular family tale, with Albert Edward able to tell the story of the night he shot a donkey with a wry grin and shake of the head.
Clockwise |from top left, Phoebe Ellen Jones and Albert Edward Smith in 1914; the Christmas 1916 postcard; son Albert with a entrenching tool; and below with his dad's medals won in the Great War
The Royal Quays Marina, once the historic Albert Edward Dock, now offers first class facilities for leisure boating, and accommodates over 300 pleasure craft in a stunning setting.
Trust Headquarters, The Elms, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan Lane
Albert Edward Dock in North Shields was given a Royal launching in 1884.
Sgt Albert Edward Raynor served with the 2/5th Bn DuKe of Wellington's Regiment and lived on Thornton Lodge Road in Thornton Lodge.
THIS week we have received a donation of pounds 50 'in loving memory of our father Albert Edward Newbold and also remembering other members of our dear family.
She was born March 14, 1924 in Southampton East, Bermuda, the daughter of the late Albert Edward and Mary Elizabeth Roberts Knight.
The dead were: Harry Endicott-Davies, 29' William Rogerson, 50' Thomas Alexander Gouldson, 22' Albert Edward Bethell, 20' Thomas McNicholas, 32' James O'Keefe, 26' William Saunders, 26' William Reed, 45' John Brown Leighton, aged not recorded' Robert Shaw, 27' John Mathews, 35' Thomas Shaw, 35' Thomas Lloyd, 52' Charles James Johnson, 22.
An encounter her eldest son and heir Prince Albert Edward had in his private quarters in Kildare angered his mother so much she refused to give up her throne to him, according to a top historian.
Queen Victoria's son - Albert Edward, Prince of Wales - took a shine to the town.