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Baliol

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1. Edward. ?1283--1364, king of Scotland (1332, 1333--56)
2. his father, John. 1249--1315, king of Scotland (1292--96): defeated and imprisoned by Edward I of England (1296)
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| De Baliol Care Home staff Tracey Stephenson, Julie Goldsworthy, Chris Brosnan, Joan Thompson and Judith Brown
The three men were Cecil Rhodes, William T Stead (a famous British journalist), and Reginald Baliol Brett (friend and confidant of Queen Victoria and future adviser to both King Edward VII and King George V).
Younis, of Baliol Street, Glasgow, who downloaded the clip from the internet, was staying in the hotel at the time of the offence on September 27 last year.
Younis, of Baliol Street in the city, who downloaded the clip from the internet, had been staying in the hotel at the time of the offence on September 27 last year.
(41) The first booklet (fols 1-22) contains a chronicle of England up to the year 1272, genealogies of the English and Scottish kings up to Edward I and John Baliol, and chronicles of Edward I's Scottish campaigns.
Actor manager Baliol Hooloway declared way back in 1934 that it was "like acting from Dover to Calais" and it has been derided in the past as "a jam factory," "a crematorium" and "the new Soviet barracks alongside the Avon".
Born about 1250, the youngest son of John de Baliol of Barnard and Dervorguilla, daughter of the lord of Galloway; inherited his father's lands on his brother's death (1278), and inherited the lordship of Galloway (1290); one of thirteen claimants to the Scots throne on the death of Margaret, the Maid of Norway (September 1290); awarded the title by King Edward I of England in his role as adjudicator, and was crowned at Scone (November 30, 1292); later quarreled with King Edward over legal matters and military aid (1293-1294); following a successful English invasion (January-July 1296), he resigned his kingdom to King Edward (July 10), and was imprisoned in the Tower of London (1296-1299); released through papal intervention and retired to Normandy, where he died (1314).
Baliol and Belcher, evil spirits raised by Wagner to terrify the clown.
The girl's name was Emma Saul from Baliol Road, Stocksfield, Northumberland.
Peacefully in De Baliol Nursing Home on 24th August, aged 99 years.