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Monck

George. 1st Duke of Albemarle. 1608--70, English general. In the Civil War he was a Royalist until captured (1644) and persuaded to support the Commonwealth. After Cromwell's death he was instrumental in the restoration of Charles II (1660)
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Mr Monck also made it clear he will only use the title of mayor for ceremonial purposes.
And Cllr Monck is keen to ensure the town's sacrifice is fittingly honoured.
The commemorative events are being organised by Yarm Town councillor Peter Monck, whose own grandfather Fred Monck fought at the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917.
By encouraging allotment holders to take legal action Mr Monck is leaving them vulnerable - unless, of course, he has offered to pay their costs himself.
Though credit for creating the park is given mainly to Sir William Middleton (1738-95), in fact his wealth and eccentricity meant much of what is actually on show today is due to the work of Sir Charles Monck (1779-1867).
I would like to assure Mr Monck that we did indeed send a letter requesting the banner be taken down and the Town Council responded promptly and agreed to do so.
aWe know the snow causes inconvenience and it puts a lot of pressure on the city of Davos as a host but so far we have not seen any drop-off in registrations,a Monck said.
Town councillor Peter Monck previously called for the developments to be slowed down "before Yarm becomes just another Ingleby Barwick".
Everyone knitted brightly coloured squares which were stitched together by Cody Monck, Y11.
They lived in a Jacobean mansion addition to the medieval Belsay Castle until Sir Charles Monck, formerly Middleton, moved into his new hall in 1817.
With that much in the bank you could spend every night in the lap of luxury in the Dublin hotel's Lord Monck suite.
It was during the early months of 1660 that General Monck and others began to take steps to restore the monarchy, an outcome that was not beneficial for the army.