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Jellicoe

John Rushworth, 1st Earl Jellicoe. 1859--1935, British admiral, who commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland (1916), which incapacitated the German fleet for the rest of World War I
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EDWIN Hubble, US astronomer, 1889 ROBERT Kennedy, US politician, 1925 KIMBERLEY Walsh, UK pop singer, 1981, above JOHN Jellicoe, British Admiral, 1935, above TOM Horn, American outlaw, 1903 IAN Smith, Rhodesia Prinmer Minister, 2007
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) (NI) ORDER 1985 ARTICLE 3 SCHEDULE 1: LICENSING OF PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF AN ENTERTAINMENT LICENCE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provision of paragraph 5 (3) of the above schedule that an application for the Grant of an Entertainment Licence for BRANTWOOD FOOTBALL & RECREATION CLUB, JELLICOE AVENUE, BELFAST, BT15 3FZ, was lodged with Belfast City Council on 29th January 2015.
Ann Jellicoe is a playwright, theatre director and actress, who was born in Middlesbrough in 1927.
But last week hundreds of people turned out on Armistice Day to mourn the passing of a man they'd never met - a 99-year-old war veteran called Harold Jellicoe Percival.
The appeal came days after hundreds of people went to the funeral of Dambusters hero Harold Jellicoe Percival, 99, after a similar call for support was made.
Harold Jellicoe Percival, who served as part of the legendary Dambusters raid, died at a Lytham St Annes nursing home in October aged 99.
Rehabilitation and improvement to the existing sealed road pavement for a length of 540 metres from Moores Road to Jellicoe Avenue, including construction of drainage, kerb & channel and associated footpath.
They include a minute book of 1916 which reveals that the profit the previous year was pounds 5 12 shillings and two pence, a pewter tray which was the captain's prize of 1939-40, the year World War II started, and the putter that belonged to George Jellicoe, Warren's first professional who retired in 1933.
However, residents in nearby Beatty Avenue and Jellicoe Gardens say they have had little warning about the planned scheme until letters were delivered to their homes at the start of August.
The Robins twice forged a lead - Mark Griffiths and Danny Jellicoe on target - but Stuart Roberts and Jamal Easter levelled.
Defender Danny Jellicoe then restored the home advantage when heading home an Adam Worton corner from the left to boost the Newtown prospects.
What might cause problems is the complexity of the plot, the numerous characters, and the basic mystery of the connections between and among the characters, all because of a car accident that occurred on Jellicoe Road some years in the past.