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Masefield

John. 1878--1967, English poet, novelist, and critic; poet laureate (1930--67)
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The door-to-door inquiries were being concentrated on flats overlooking Masefield Drive in the hope that someone might have seen what happened.
Mr Masefield added: "This is a golden opportunity for everyone in the service to have a say in its future development.
Now Carol Rogers, 43, of Masefield Drive, South Shields, will appear before South Tyneside magistrates on February 19 after being charged with allowing the car to be used.
When they arrived at the fire in Masefield Road at around 6pm a gang of around 30 youths surrounded them and began pelting them with stones.
If we hadn't had that confession from Masefield, there would have been no direct evidence to point to him being responsible.
The Coming of Christ, a recreation of medieval religious drama, was suggested by the Dean there, and the words came from John Masefield, Poet Laureate.
Police were called to a disturbance inside a house on Masefield Drive.
John Masefield had a long association with Liverpool dating back to 1891 when, as a 13-year-old, he was sent to join the Conway.
Louise Masefield, aged 32, gave birth to baby Adam 10 weeks early on July 12, 2006, in the neonatal unit at University Hospital, Coventry.
Robert Anthony Studley, of Masefield Way, Rhydyfelin, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court yesterday charged with grievous bodily harm against Jonathan Williams.
His frantic friends ran to nearby houses for help and a man, of Masefield Road, Hartlepool, dashed out with a set of steps to help the youngster.
Lynn Masefield said, ``I am living in Cardiff, and through FriendsReunited I have been in touch with old friends from Reading and Scotland, and even some now living in far-flung places such as France and Canada.