Huntingdonshire


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Huntingdonshire

(until 1974) a former county of E England, now part of Cambridgeshire
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We are cooperating fully with the investigation that is currently being conducted by Huntingdonshire District Council Environmental Health Department.
Predictably, Huntingdonshire started strongly and established a 14-5 lead before Yorkshire rallied to reduce the deficit to 18-11 with three ends to go.
A planning application has been submitted to Huntingdonshire District Council and if approved, Linx hopes to transfer from its current HQ in Spring 2013.
Under the 10-year agreement, Circle will take over management control of Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdonshire from February 1, 2012.
Pevsner was occasionally humorous in his prefaces, so the Bedfordshire, Huntingdonshire and Peterborough volume is dedicated to 'the inventor of the iced lolly', apparently a daily indulgence he allowed himself on his travels.
His leisurely and precise descriptions of finds are fascinating: fifth-century Eucharistic vessels from Water Newton in Huntingdonshire reveal the liturgical sophistication of an early church; two centuries later, in a grave ten miles from Canterbury, a warrior's belt buckle depicting Woden enables one to appreciate what the Christian evangelists were up against.
The poet struggles with his grief and guilt of being safely beyond the reach of the disease (and his family) in Huntingdonshire at the home of Sir Robert Cotton when the child died.
Born in Huntingdonshire, his father was from Mayo and was a labourer - as was Harry Feeny's father who was born in Roscommon.
In my flying times with the RAFVR, I remember an air vice-marshal flying into our RAF 156 Squadron--the Pathfinder force of Bomber Command--at Upwood, Huntingdonshire, and being very interested to see that the spanking new Spitfire was equipped with a five-bladed propeller.
32) Alington's father, William [III], had a relatively distinguished career within the counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, acting as MP, jp, sheriff, and escheator, (33) and William's older brother John, though similarly localized in his appointments, served as jp, sheriff, and escheator, and was a retainer to the duke of York.
Like his father batsman James Major, 33, is a keen cricketer and played at Kimbolton school in Huntingdonshire.

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