Kilvert


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Kilvert

Francis. 1840--79, British clergyman and diarist. His diary (published 1938--40) gives a vivid account of life in the Welsh Marches in the 1870s
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Chairman Richard Sapcote (right) and employees Mark Kilvert (far left), Peter McGann (second left) and Gordon Peyton take a breather following completion of one of the company's latest projects, a new cricket pavilion at Coventry University
The Kilvert Gallery in Clyro, near Hay-on-Wye, is living up to its reputation with an exhibition by Jean Letts, whose style has been heavily influenced by her upbringing in Kilvert country, with the Black Mountains as a backdrop.
Kilvert lived here from November 1877 until his death nearly two years later, four weeks after marrying Elizabeth Rowland.
Further information from the Kilvert Gallery, Clyro, near Hay-on-W-ye 01497 820831.
We did have visitors but they came mainly for fishing or pony-trekking or they were followers of the Rev Francis Kilvert.
Glenis and Adrian Cadman and their four children, of Kilvert Road, Wednesbury, escaped on to the roof of their kitchen extension and were rescued by neighbours when the fire broke out at 8am yesterday.
Savage MW, Dhatariya KK, Kilvert A, Rayman G, Rees JA, Courtney CH, et al.
Lynsey Kilvert, Area Fundraiser for Hope House and Mike Perry, Community Fundraising Advisor for Severn Hospice were joined by the NSC Family Fun Day Event Organisers, Vicky Brayne, Chloe Edwards, Bekki Fardoe and Lucy Evans to present both charities with their cheques.
Production designer Lilly Kilvert ("The Last Samurai") and costume designer Tim Yip ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon") oversaw a construction crew of 400 and an art department of 160.
The diaristclergyman Francis Kilvert, who visited in 1879, was particularly struck by its picturesque grandeur.
But Kilvert escaped further incrimination and was free to repay his debt to Kirke in the years ahead, as I will shortly suggest.
The medals were awarded to John Ashley Kilvert who took part in the Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854.