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Burgoyne

John. 1722--92, British general in the War of American Independence who was forced to surrender at Saratoga (1777)
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Former Shaker Tom Pope went closest to grabbing a Vale equaliser with a volley inside the area, but the effort was no issue for Burgoyne and Wilkinson's men hung on until the final whistle.
Now her father Richard Burgoyne, from Quarry Bank, has paid tribute - and called for everyone to turn out to the funeral later this month to pay their respects.
Committee member Karen Burgoyne with Dilwyn Jones of the Sabrina Boat
Joseph Burgoyne, Ph.D., a senior lecturer in cardiovascular sciences at KCL, is the lead author of the study, which appears in the journal Circulation.
The Swede curled a shot from 12 yards, only for visiting keeper Harry Burgoyne to tip it round the post.
0 DUNFERMLINE 1 FALKIRK HARRY BURGOYNE reckons he could have decked Mike Tyson after his spot-kick heroics against Dunfermline.
Pars striker Bruce Anderson had an early penalty saved by Harry Burgoyne before the Fifers twice hit the post.
Fascinated Greg, Brodie and Amy Valentine with Dorothy Barr, and inset, Avril Welsh and Eva Moody Painting Katie Burgoyne The name says it all - Messy Church at Renfrew Christian Fellowship is an opportunity for all the family to roll up their sleeves and have some fun with crafts and plenty of paints.
She has performed in the space between literary and colloquial Arabics, English, Portuguese, German, and Spanish, although next Friday's performances promises movement between registers of Arabic,accompanied by Maruan Betawi on the oud and Phelan Burgoyne on the drums.
Kate Burgoyne, branch operations assistant, at John Lewis at Home Chester said: "It's absolutely fantastic that we are able to help local charities such as Children Today through our Community Matters scheme.
The Saratoga Campaign of 1777, which culminated in the surrender of 5,856 British, German, and Loyalist troops under Lieutenant General John Burgoyne, is generally hailed as the turning point in the American War of Independence--the victory that persuaded France, the mightiest power in Europe, to enter the conflict on the side of the infant United States.
Paul Burgoyne was heading home from Northern Ireland to Birmingham Airport when he became agitated after a female air steward asked him to open his window blind for take-off.