Adamstown


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Adamstown

 

the administrative center of Pitcairn Island (a British possession), in the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean. The population of Adamstown is about 100. There is a port, and the chief occupation is fishing.

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Rick Curtis has joined Integrace Buckinghams Choice, a retirement community in Adamstown, as executive director.
The Adamstown clubman, who had made the left fullback berth his own, will not be part of Davy Fitzgerald's 2018 hurling set-up having decided to step away owing to work commitments.
And I had a quick look at them and noticed that they came from Teralba Road in Adamstown in Newcastle, where I come from.
PACHECO Susan Margaret (nee Wilkins) Suddenly, with her husband beside her, on June 29, 2016 at home, Susan, of Llanrumney and formerly of Adamstown, passed away; beloved wife to Peter, a much loved mother to Jason, Justin, Bianca and Tanya, also a cherished mother-in-law, sister and grandmother.
Moore, 21, from Adamstown, County Wexford, who was recommended to Meade by Barry Geraghty, said: "I nearly had to pinch myself.
Kenneth jumped at the chance to join Adamstown Rosebud and after rediscovering his love for the game only returned to be nearer to kids Miley and Colby.
Olasemo, of Adamstown, Cardiff, created false profiles on the match.
He wanted to be helpful when I called, and told me that he had found the image in Adamstown, Pennsylvania, in the late 1970s.
Twenty years later the boys were also a chip off the old granite block, apprenticed at the family masonry business in South Luton Place in Adamstown, before striking out on their own.
I met Walt Disney at the time, we were on nodding terms at least," said Christopher, who was born in Cardiff's Adamstown area.
Peter worked for another decade as an interim pastor in York Beach and Harpswell, ME; Sturbridge, MA; and Annville, Adamstown, and Mount Joy, PA.
42-3, Alice Murphy, pupil of Adamstown School, County Wexford, 1938.