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 Barnsley F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barnsley finally reached the Premiership at the end of the 1996-97 season after 100 years of trying for a place in the top flight of English football.
Barnsley Football Club are an English football league team, based in the town of Barnsley and nicknamed the Tykes.
1999-00 - Not promoted after play-offs (SF Birmingham City 0 Barnsley 4, Barnsley 1 Birmingham City 2, Agg 5-2 F Barnsley 2 Ipswich Town 4 @ Wembley)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Barnsley_F.C.   (868 words)

  
 Godfrey Barnsley and Barnsley Gardens
Barnsley, whose wife and five children sweltered under the heat and threat of yellow fever and malaria of the Georgia coast, sought the haven and comfort of the higher elevation.
Barnsley planned the mansion with the same bold imagination that had made him a wealthy man. He described the house in a letter to a friend as having ?six or seven different styles of widows, giving variety, yet harmonizing....
By the age of twenty-five Barnsley was a successful cotton factor and married Savannah socialite Julia Scarborough, the second daughter of William Scarbrough.
notatlanta.org /barnsley.html   (1316 words)

  
 Barnsley Gardens
Today a visit to Barnsley Gardens is a tribute to the past and the present, a vision of loveliness, a place to lay down your burdens and enjoy a respite.
Barnsley hired the man to work for him, and allowed him the opportunity to continue living on the land.
Barnsley’s eyes first looked upon the winsome wooded glens, springs, and gently rolling hills of Northwest Georgia while on a wagon train sightseeing expedition to Lookout Mountain.
www.newcolonist.com /barnsley.html   (1112 words)

  
 HISTORY of the BARNSLEY CANAL
The section from Barnsley to Barnby Basin was not begun until late 1798 and was finished in early 1802.
Parliament agreed that the Barnsley should drop this branch and the Calder and Hebble should not be opposed if they applied to build their Horbury to Barugh line.
The Barnsley Coal Railway, which passed under one of the arches of the aqueduct, was another serious rival after 1863.
www.bddct.org.uk /history/history_b.html   (1904 words)

  
 Barnsley,George_Scarborough
Barnsley went home for his sister's wedding that summer and was assigned to the Surgeon General's office upon his return to Richmond, 19 June 1864.
Barnsley left on 15 September on a sixty-day furlough to join the Army of Tennessee hoping for a temporary volunteer staff position with General Goode Bryan, which he did not get.
Miscellaneous items, both dated and undated, belonging to the Barnsley family.
www.lib.unc.edu /mss/inv/b/Barnsley,George_Scarborough   (4045 words)

  
 Barnsley
Worsbrough Country Park is situated on the A61 2 1/2 miles south of Barnsley and 2 1/2 miles north of junction 36 on the M1.
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council took over the operation and management of the mill museum in 1986 following the abolition of the County Council.
The renovation of the mill was started by the West Riding County Council and completed by South Yorkshire County Council and the mill opened as an industrial museum in 1976.
www.barnsley.co.uk /tli/mill.html   (687 words)

  
 History of Barnsley
Barnsley is a town in the coalmining district of Yorkshire, England, approx.
Their house was probably sited on the southern side of what is now Barnsley, near Sandy (or Burke's) Creek, at the northern boundary of their estate.
The district was known as Teralba until April 1891 when the name Barnsley was adopted for the school.
www.lakemac.infohunt.nsw.gov.au /library/lhist/suburb/lmp&p/barnsley.htm   (436 words)

  
 Barnsley Canal
Although the Barnsley Canal was owned by a completely independent company it was promoted by the Aire and Calder company who wanted to increase their profits by accessing mines which were not in easy reach of their own waterway.
The Barnsley Canal was to be built from Barnsley town centre northwards to the Aire and Calder Navigation east of Wakefield, on route it would pass many rich coal fields.
The Barnsley Canals Group was formed and over the next few years the first steps on the long road to a full restoration of the canal were taken.
www.canals.btinternet.co.uk /canals/barnsley.htm   (2109 words)

  
 Barnsley Football Club News.
Barnsley missed a goldern oportunity to steel second spot ahead of their promotion clash with Swansea after drawing 1-1 with fellow League One outfit AFC Bournemouth...
Barnsley midfielder Richard Kell has been told he might need further surgery on his leg, after making a return from a fracture....
Barnsley will host Walsall in the FA Cup third round if they can win their replay with Bradford....
www.barnsley.vitalfootball.co.uk   (267 words)

  
 The Borough of Barnsley (Electoral Changes) Order 2003
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council shall make a print of the map marked "Map referred to in the Borough of Barnsley (Electoral Changes) Order 2003" available for inspection at its offices by any member of the public at any reasonable time.
[4] The metropolitan district of Barnsley has the status of a borough.
The Electoral Registration Officer[10] for the borough shall make such rearrangement of, or adaptation of, the register of local government electors as may be necessary for the purposes of, and in consequence of, this Order.
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si2003/20033090.htm   (1763 words)

  
 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY - ALAN GABRIEL BARNSLEY PAPERS: COLLECTION DESCRIPTION
His father was George Barnsley, a clergyman of the Church of England (Barnsley converted to catholicism in 1952); and his mother was Katherine Fielding, a playwright and purportedly a descendant of the eighteenth-century novelist Henry Fielding.
Barnsley was the author of eight novels, three books of poems and numerous short stories contributed to anthologies and periodicals.
Barnsley maintained a general practice in Maidstone from 1948 until 1966 when he moved with his family to the United States where he had accepted a post as author-in-residence at Washington State University.
www.library.georgetown.edu /dept/speccoll/cl76.htm   (443 words)

  
 TykesMAD - Barnsley 1 Rotherham United 1
Barnsley's best chance fell to Marc Richards, who sliced his shot wide after a super ball from Devaney, as the home side tried to make the extra man count.
Barnsley's first chance arrived in first half stoppage time when Jacob Burns lashed a speculative 35-yard shot that bounced awkwardly but ran wide.
As Barnsley tried to make the extra man count Rotherham almost caught them on the break when new loan signing Paul Evans coaxed a full length save from Colgan with an angled drive.
www.barnsley-mad.co.uk /news/loadrprt.asp?cid=MTCH&id=252230   (515 words)

  
 Barnsley Home
Barnsley Football Club are giving Reds supporters their chance to get their hands on a very special piece of Oakwell memorabilia as the season reaches a sensational climax.
Barnsley supporters wishing to attend this season's Player of the Year Dinner will have to be quick as there's just a handful of tickets remaining.
Barnsley Football Club are offering supporters the chance to enjoy a 'Brooklands Special' prior to our final home league match of the season against Bradford City next weekend.
www.barnsleyfc.premiumtv.co.uk /page/Home/0,,10309,00.html   (366 words)

  
 Barnsley Canal at opensource encyclopedia
It is currently disused but there are proposals from the Barnsley Canal Consortium to restore and reopen it.
The Barnsley Canal is a canal in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Barnsley_Canal.html   (112 words)

  
 Knowhere: Barnsley Inside Information, Hookup Spots and Stuff Only Locals Know
Barnsley as just won the award for the worst place in Britain, for the eighth time in ten years, the other two years it was runner up.
Life in Barnsley is no pleasure, their is nothing to do around this town, it is a terrible place to be, but very few people build up enough money or gain an opportunity to leave to a better.
The people of Barnsley need to open their eyes and see their is nothing to look forward to and nothing to look back on.
www.knowhere.co.uk /3209.html   (1615 words)

  
 Barnsley Development Agency
Barnsley is fast becoming one of the most talked about towns in the North of England and it's not hard to see why.
Ambitious plans to transform the town are seeing Barnsley become both an exciting location for business and a great place to live.
Be at the start of one of the most exciting regeneration projects in Europe.
www.barnsleydevelopmentagency.co.uk   (67 words)

  
 Barnsley
BARNSLEY transformed their ground and added great chapter to the football story in leaving behind the Fourth Division.
The Barnsley revolution is underway with a bold new statement, Football Trust-aided, opposite the old main stand.
The year 2000 and Barnsley are knocking on the Premiership door once more...
www.homesoffootball.co.uk /barnsley.htm   (753 words)

  
 Open Directory - Sports: Soccer: UEFA: England: Clubs: B: Barnsley
Clubs In Crisis - Barnsley FC - Dedicated to help supporters of the club who believe their club is in crisis with bad directors and mis-management.
Barnsley Players 1959 - to present - Page denoting where ex players of the club have played after they left, including how many goals they have scored.
Barnsley Chronicle - Barnsley FC - Up to date team news and results from the local press.
dmoz.org /Sports/Soccer/UEFA/England/Clubs/B/Barnsley   (841 words)

  
 ufindus.com - Plumbers in Barnsley
Barnsley is a South Yorkshire town on the River Dearne, north of Sheffield.
Barnsley is first mentioned in the Domesday Book and is described as a combination of two villages, Crevesford and Bernesiai, with a total population of probably not more than two hundred people.
Although the majority of coal mining was in villages surrounding the town, Barnsley Main colliery was in town, and closed in 1991.
barnsley.ufindus.com /Plumbers   (1212 words)

  
 Community Transport
Barnsley Dial-a-Ride and C.T. Barnsley Dial-a-Ride and Community Transport is a not-for-profit company with charitable state and provides safe, friendly, flexible, accessible transport for those residents who have mobility problems and are living in the Barnsley and District areas.
Dial-A-Ride is a door-to-door service using wheelchair accessible minibuses to take residents from their homes to any destination within the Barnsley and District are.
This is an exciting initiative and covers the services offered under Barnsley Dial-a-Ride and Community Transport.
www.scooters.f9.co.uk /bdar.htm   (438 words)

  
 Barnsley Gardens Resort - Golf, Fishing, Horseback riding, Weddings and meetings in North Georgia
Barnsley Gardens Resort - Golf, Fishing, Horseback riding, Weddings and meetings in North Georgia
With its serene vistas, flawless greens and arguably the best collection of par 3's in all of golf, "The General," is one of the most desirable and highly sought after courses to play in the Southeast.
Opened in 1999, "The General" was ranked number 13 in the State of Georgia by Golf Digest.
www.barnsleyresort.com /WebDocs/Golf/Golf.htm   (67 words)

  
 Barnsley Mountaineering Club
Barnsley Mountaineering Club was founded on 2 February 1946 at a time when many similar clubs were being set up around the country.
The Barnsley Club however has outlived many of these clubs and continues to draw on a wide membership not only from Barnsley and Sheffield but across the North of England.
Meets are held once a month in all mountain areas for walking, climbing and skiing.
www.barnsleymc.org.uk   (87 words)

  
 Barnsley2day
is for the residents and ex-pats of the town of Barnsley, and districts in South Yorkshire.
Our volunteers in Barnsley have been listening to such problems for over thirty-three years, day and night three hundred and sixty five days a year.
Bretton Sculpture Park just 6 miles North West of Barnsley and One and a half
www.barnsley2day.co.uk   (382 words)

  
 Barnsley VTS
The Barnsley Vocational Training Scheme for General Practice provides GP registrars with a tailor-made package of educational and personal support to enable them to develop into confident, competent and well-balanced general practitioners.
The Barnsley VTS has been providing first class training for aspiring General Practitioners for over thirty years, building on a history of training stretching back to the 17
Our aim is to enable new GPs to attain the highest standards of care for their patients, whilst maintaining a satisfying family and personal life.
www.barnsleyvts.org.uk   (121 words)

  
 Mindless Barnsley Sheep Spoil Cardiff Game TykesWeb.com - Unofficial Barnsley News and Views
The 100, mainly in their late 20's and 30's were members of 'Barnsley Five-0', a group of inbred racist neanderthalls that claim to Be 'genuine Barnsley fans'.
These people DO NOT represent Barnsley, England, or the football fan in general and the quicker the world is ridden of this scum, the better.
It was a sad day for Barnsley football club when people claiming to represent the club follow the team intent on causing trouble.
www.sportnetwork.net /main/s76/st19863.htm?fromrss=1   (312 words)

  
 Barnsley Family History Society
This area currently holds Barnsley FHS Journals from April 2000 to January 2006, along with a copy of the Barnsley FHS Constitution, the most recent Chairman's report and the Society accounts for 2004.
Members of the Barnsley FHS received a new username and password for the members area with the April 2005 Journal.
Barnsley FHS members wishing to submit their Surname Interests will need an individual password to do so.
www.barnsleyfhs.co.uk   (163 words)

  
 Barnsley Chamber of Commerce - Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Current BCCI President, David Petherbridge, stated how proud the Chamber is to have 12 leading Barnsley businesses as Patrons for this year.
Barnsley Chamber of Commerce and Industry is proud to present the following patrons:
Barnsley Chamber of Commerce - Barnsley, South Yorkshire
www.barnsleychamber.co.uk   (133 words)

  
 The Barnsley Pals
Peter's grandfather Joseph Marsden was killed in action with the 1st Barnsley Pals on 11th April 1918.
Graham Walker's fine tribute to three brothers in the Barnsley Pals, all killed in action at Serre on 1st July 1916.
The full story of the 1st and 2nd Barnsley Pals is told in Jon Cooksey's excellent "Barnsley Pals", published by Pen and Sword Books.
www.pals.org.uk /barnsley   (118 words)

  
 Barnsley Gardens Resort - Golf, Sporting Clays, Weddings in Georgia
Today, Barnsley is a new kind of resort destination, with luxurious cottages, world-class amenities, attentive service and quiet serenity.
The years have brought many changes to Woodlands, but the dream of Godfrey and Julia Barnsley remains.
Barnsley Gardens Resort - Golf, Sporting Clays, Weddings in Georgia
www.barnsleyinn.com   (246 words)

  
 Barnsley loft and Pigeon Supplies
With over 20 years experience in building pigeon lofts to a wide range of specifications, you can be sure that Barnsley Loft will have the right loft for your needs.
There are no restrictions on design or location- Barnsley Loft's team of on-site erectors have built lofts all over the UK, including Ireland, Northern Scotland and the South Coast of England.
Having over 50 years experience in racing pigeons also allows us to offer that personal touch - with every new idea having been tried and tested.
www.barnsleyloftandpigeon.com /lofts.html   (135 words)

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