1. Whitby Goth Weekend: Thousands descend on quiet


    Goths, romantics and macabre fans travelled over the moors for the Whitby Goth Weekend, which has become their spiritual home.

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    BibMe Free Bibliography & Citation Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard

  3. Family History Cork, Corcaigh County Cork 101-200


    farresy or farressy I am looking for information on the name Farresy. Some sources say it is a name associated with County Cork. It does not seem to be a common name.

  4. A billion tons of precious mineral ... - Daily Mail Online


    A billion tons of precious mineral discovered between Whitby and Scarborough could create 5,000 jobs over 150 years of mining - but at a cost to the landscape

  5. Yorkshire genealogy - Births and Deaths - Surnames ...


    Calverly I am looking for information on the family of John Calverley, born about 1760, and married Rachael Dickenson in Routh, Yorkshire about 1789.

  6. A Bit of History WebSite


    S. Saak, Therese(b. 1868) Boehmian vocalist Therese Saak was born (Dec 2, 1868) in Prague, the daughter of a stage director. She made her stage debut as Agathe in Der Freischutz(1884) in Berlin.

  7. Good Girls Avoid Abortion - TV Tropes


    The Good Girls Avoid Abortion trope as used in popular culture. When a female character has an unexpected and/or unwanted pregnancy, someone may allude to

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  9. Descendants of King John "Lackland" of England (1167


    1. KingJohn "Lackland" of England, 1. 2 son of Henry II "Curtmantel" King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, was born 24 Dec 1166 or 1167 in Beaumont Palace, Oxford, England, died on 19 Oct 1216 in Newark Castle, Lincolnshire, England at age 49, and was buried in Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire, England.

  10. Ruby M Cusack - Queries - 1998 - New Brunswick -


    Harold Scott (Query 98-162) is looking for information on the Lamming family. His great-great-grandfather, John Lamming, lived and worked in St. Stephen around 1874.