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North Tyneside

a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop.: 190 800 (2003 est.). Area: 84 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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Ross Broadfoot,), grand-daughters Katherine Ross Broadfoot and Jean Murray Maund.
TERRACE STALWART: Richard Edmond with partner Jean Murray and at the Carling Cup game, on left; FAMILY MAN: Richard with his youngest grandaughter Emma, above; DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE: Boro-mad Richard Edmond, seated on the right, is pictured left taking part in a Comic Relief quiz night at the Riverside Stadium with pals, including stepson Alan Murray, second from right, and below, standing on the left, Richard enjoys a drink with fellow Boro fans
Jean Murray, Glasgow A It was hellraiser Errol Flynn, while filming San Antonio in 1945.
Carlson; her two brothers: Frederick Hallsworth and his wife Patricia Connors Hallsworth of San Antonio, TX, and Kenneth Hallsworth of Conway, SC; her sister, Susan Hallsworth Campbell and her husband "Soupy" Campbell of Holden, MA; a sister- in-law, Elaine Carlson of Agawam MA; her aunt, Jean Murray of Leominster Crossing and several dear nieces, nephews, cousins and great nieces and nephews.
Jean Murray of Wigan was the brst baby to be born on the National Health.
Call Jean Murray, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, on 0151 296 4607.
The vacancy, for Benton, follows the resignation of Jean Murray.
Local Residents' Association chairwoman Jean Murray said: "One of these days, the whole place will explode and we will have a real disaster on our hands.
Scully, chairman of the board and chief executive officer, said, "John Croghan and Jean Murray bring with them to the directorship a wealth of knowledge, experience and leadership in their respective professions.
Miss Jean Murray Pontprennau, Cardiff RON Page criticises council decisions while failing to propose alternatives; makes up spurious figures instead of using established facts and flip-flops frantically until he's settled on a viewpoint that attracts the least criticism.