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  Coldstream - LoveToKnow 1911
At Coldstream General Monk raised in 1659 the celebrated regiment of Foot Guards bearing its name.
Like Gretna Green, Coldstream long enjoyed a notoriety as the resort of runaway couples, the old toll-house at the bridge being the usual scene of the marriage ceremony.
Henry Brougham, afterwards lord chancellor, was married in this clandestine way, though in an inn and not at the bridge, in 1821.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Coldstream   (322 words)

Coldstream Bridge, built by lighthouse engineer John Smeaton, was completed in 1766 at a cost of £7000.
The local history of this famous regiment is depicted in the local museum, which also features the story of Coldstream from 1750.
The highlight of Coldstream Civic Week in summer is the ride to Flodden Field to honour the dead of the battle of 1513.
www.visitscotland.com /library/coldstreamtown   (211 words)

His Coldstream Ranch, named for cold springs which rise on it, was transferred to Forbes G. and Charles A. Vernon and in 1891 was bought by the earl of ABERDEEN (governor general, 1893-98).
To encourage settlement, Aberdeen subdivided part of the property which was sold in small parcels, but today the Coldstream Ranch Ltd still has substantial holdings, of which some are under cultivation.
Agriculture, however, is no longer the main occupation in Coldstream; most residents work in nearby Vernon, although a glass factory is the largest industrial employer in the northern OKANAGAN, and lumber mills provide local jobs.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0001748   (176 words)

  Coldstream Guards - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Coldstream Guards is a regiment of the British Army, part of the Guards Division or Household Division.
Coldstream buttons are arranged in pairs, and a star of the garter is marked on their brassware.
Coldstreamers gave up their tanks at the end of the war, the new battalions were disbanded and the troops distributed to the 1st and 2nd Guard Training Battalions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coldstream_Guards   (1585 words)

 Coldstream Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
The most significant was when James IV stayed in Coldstream in August 1513, en route to invade northern England.
Coldstream's most notable claim to fame came in late 1659, when General Monck, who had been Cromwell's military governor of Scotland, used Coldstream as the Headquarters of troops including Monck's Regiment of Foot.
Monck's Regiment of Foot later became known as the Coldstream Guards, and it remains one of the senior regiments of the British Army.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /coldstream/coldstream   (667 words)

 Coldstream Guards
All in all, the Coldstream Guards as a Regiment has been fortunate to have been able to preserve its identity through what have been periods of amalgamation and disbandment for many others, thereby remaining the old regiment with continuous service in the British Army.
Coldstreamers have had to rise to the challenges of becoming proficient in the use of increasingly advanced technologies on the battlefield, keeping pace with modern legislation, and matching the ever ever-changing nature of the Regiments commitments.
The Coldstream Guards are set to add many more fine years to their first three hundred and fifty six.
www.army.mod.uk /coldstreamguards   (1609 words)

 BFI | Library | Special Collections | Researcher in Focus - John Coldstream
Special Collections is used by many distinguished academics and film historians during the year - recently one of our most frequent visitors was John Coldstream, who was writing the official biography of the late Dirk Bogarde.
John was formerly the literary editor of the Daily Telegraph.
John Coldstream would be interested to hear from anyone who had a professional or personal association with Dirk Bogarde.
www.bfi.org.uk /filmtvinfo/library/collections/special/researcher/researcher_coldstream.html   (145 words)

 GENUKI: Coldstream
The ancient name of the parish was Lennel or Leinhall; and the ruins of Lennel church stand on the north bank of the Tweed, 1 1/2 mile distant from Coldstream.
In 1716 a new parish-church was built at the village of Coldstream, and the designation of the parish was afterwards taken from the kirk-town." from the Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland, edited by John Marius Wilson, 1868.
Coldstream was another place on the Border (like Lamberton Toll and Gretna Green) where irregular marriages were regularly conducted (for more information on such marriages see the Church Records section of the Berwickshire page).
www.genuki.org.uk /big/sct/BEW/Coldstream   (420 words)

 Coldstream Pipe Band - Coldstream & Flodden
Coldstream was, however, the site of a Cistercian Priory for many years, its Nuns often playing an important role in patching up the injured from retreating/advancing forces and they played an important role following the defeat at Flodden when many of the fallen Scottish nobility were buried within the Priory grounds.
Today Coldstream has a population of 1,700 and is a popular holiday location for tourists, fishers, cyclists and those who enjoy the unspoilt countryside of the Eastern Marches of the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland.
A highlight of our year is the Thursday of Coldstream's Civic Week when a cavalcade of upwards of 250 horse-riders are led by the Coldstream callant, the 'Coldstreamer', to Flodden field, there to remember the greatest military defeat suffered by Scotland and a pivotal moment in the history of our country.
www.coldstreampipeband.co.uk /coldstreamandflodden.htm   (900 words)

 Coldstream - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coldstream is a burgh in the Scottish Borders.
The town is well known as the home of the Coldstream Guards British Army regiment, and is also noted as the location where Edward I of England invaded Scotland in 1296.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Coldstream was a popular centre for runaway marriages, in a similar vein to Gretna Green, as it lay on a major road (now the A697).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coldstream   (185 words)

 Company | coldstream   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Coldstream is proud of its team of seasoned professionals who understand every part of the security process from planning to implementation to audit.
Coldstream went through a truly heroic effort to produce a command line version of PGP that was compatible with old versions, yet had new features.
Coldstream has found its niche as a boutique company offering a range of IT security services with consistent attention to detail.
www.coldstream.ca /company   (347 words)

 Coldstream Guards
The Coldstream Guards claim a double distinction in the British Army: first that it is the oldest regiment in continuous existence, and second that it is the sole representative by direct descent of the New Model Army, the first regular army in Britain.
The Coldstream's regimental motto is 'Nulli Secundus', Second to None, partially in recognition of its claim to be the oldest regiment.
The Coldstream Guards Band under Mackenzie Rogan was the first British Army band to visit one of the Dominions, when they toured Canada in 1896; they were also in 1907 the first Guards Band to visit France at the invitation of the French Government, having gained the approval of King Edward VII.
military-bands.co.uk /coldstream_guards.html   (1721 words)

 John Grimshaw, Coldstream Guards   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1806 the year that John Grimshaw enlisted in the Coldstream Guards, Church, in the parish of Blackburn, Lancashire, was small both in acreage and population.
As he remained in the Coldstream Guards for three and a half years after Waterloo, it would appear that he was considered to be of some 'use'.
Private John Grimshaw was discharged from the Coldstream Guards (or 2nd Foot Guards as the regiment was usually referred to in the Chelsea Pensioners' documents) on 14 December 1818.
www.grimshaworigin.org /WebPages/JohnGard.htm   (11176 words)

 Coldstream Capital Management, Inc.
Once you have an established portfolio with Coldstream, to administer your account and to better serve you, we collect and maintain personal information in our database and may use your personal information to inform you of additional services provided by either Coldstream or your custodian.
Coldstream Holdings, Inc. is the parent company of Coldstream Capital Management, Inc. and Coldstream Securities, Inc. Our parent company, along with each affiliate, follows similar privacy policies and standards.
Coldstream continues to evaluate our efforts to protect your private information and makes every effort to keep the information we have accurate and up to date.
www.coldstream.com /content.asp?Section=5&Sub=4   (591 words)

 Coldstream Capital Management, Inc.
Coldstream Capital Management is a multi-client family office providing comprehensive and integrated wealth management services for individuals and families of significant wealth.
Since our inception in 1996, Coldstream Capital Management has helped families grow, enhance and safeguard their wealth by offering objective advice and comprehensive strategies tailored to match their personal and financial goals.
These services are designed to meet your administrative and financial needs, from oversight of various banking relationships to consolidated reporting of worldwide accounts, partnerships and investments.
www.coldstream.com /content.asp?Section=6   (207 words)

 The Coldstream Hills Wines
To create the specialties of the Coldstream Hills winery, each year outstanding parcels of grapes are earmarked for special attention during making, using new French barriques.
Coldstream Hills has grown to become one of Australia's leading small wineries with the wines now sold in over 16 countries.
For those long time Coldstream Hills loyalists with back vintage wines tucked away in their cellars, in August 2003, James Halliday and winemaker Andrew Fleming tasted a number of its back vintage.
www.coldstreamhills.com.au /Wines/Wines.html   (284 words)

 Vicious Venues: The Coldstream Bloomery
The Coldstream Bloomery includes encounters of EL 6-13, and it is suitable for use with any DandD campaign.
Still Coldstream boasts a hardworking population of cheerful humans and halflings who labor at the local bloomery, or iron works, where they smelt literally tons of pig iron from locally mined ore.
The current head of the Coldstream family, however, has never been content to be a simple country squire.
www.wizards.com /default.asp?x=dnd/vv/20041224a   (2970 words)

 University of Kentucky - Coldstream Research Campus
The UK Coldstream Research Campus is a premier business location with integral access to the intellectual capital and resources at the University of Kentucky.
Once a prominent Bluegrass horse farm, today's Coldstream is home to technology-based companies, university centers, startups, and businesses including IBM and Embassy Suites Hotel.
Coldstream can offer your company a place at the heart of technological innovation and commercial progress.
www.rgs.uky.edu /coldstream   (202 words)

 BCGNIS Geographical Name Details   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Incorporated as a District Municipality 21 December 1906, to be called The Corporation of the District of Coldstream, and so-labelled on BC map 1EM, 1915.
"Coldstream (Municipal District)" adopted in the 18th Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 31 March 1924, p.357; re-approved 7 February 1951 on 82L/SW.
In 1869 [the Coldstream Farm] passed to the Vernon brothers, and in 1891 Forbes George Vernon sold the estate to Lord Aberdeen, who planted here the first orchard in the Okanagan.
srmwww.gov.bc.ca /bcgn-bin/bcg10?name=10820   (274 words)

 UK Breaks Ground For New Coldstream Building, Accepts State Funding
The new laboratory building and the funds for the property’s infrastructure improvements were included in the Governor’s Surplus Expenditure Plan for the fiscal year 1998-99 approved in the 1998 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.
Coldstream consists of a total of 735 acres -- 510 acres suitable for development and 225 acres of open space for passive recreation.
When UK began developing Coldstream, a long-time agricultural experiment farm, the city accepted 225 acres for green space and passive recreation use in exchange for its help in developing the Coldstream Campus infrastructure.
www.uky.edu /PR/News/Archives/1999/MARCH99/coldstreamevent.html   (596 words)

 Coldstream -Tourist Information on the towns and villages in The Scottish Borders - Tourist Net UK guide
Coldstream is situated on the River Tweed which forms the natural boundary between Scotland and England.
Visitors to Coldstream will enjoy free parking and will be able to obtain a town map and a countryside walk leaflet.
The highlight of Coldstream Civic week in August is the ride to Flodden Field to honour the dead in the battle of 1513.
www.touristnetuk.com /sc/BORDERS/towns/coldstream.htm   (283 words)

 Welcome to the City of Coldstream   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Coldstream is a sixth class city in Metro Louisville, Kentucky.
The city was established in 1983 and, at the present time, has over 430 homes and over 1000 residents.
As a sixth class city, Coldstream is governed by a mayor and six council members who enact all city ordinances, set the city tax rate, negotiate the contracts for trash collection, city maintenance, snow removal, street lights, etc.
www.coldstreamky.org /Default.htm   (125 words)

 Alto Ventures Ltd.: Drilling Commences at Coldstream Gold Project, Shebandowan, Ontario
The Coldstream property, consisting of 3,056 hectares of crown granted and unpatented mining claims, contains significant gold and base metals mineralization including Noranda's former North Coldstream copper mine (102,000 million pounds of copper, 440,000 ounces silver and 22,000 ounces gold produced between 1957 and 1967) and the undeveloped East Coldstream gold deposit.
Both the historic North Coldstream copper mine and the East Coldstream gold deposit occur within a broad east-northeast trending mineralized zone traceable for approximately 10 km across the property.
The East Coldstream gold deposit was discovered by Noranda in 1987 and partially delineated along a strike length of 1200 meters in successive drill programs, totalling 6,138 meters in 37 holes, between 1988 and 1991.
www.ccnmatthews.com /news/releases.Controller?action=check4Cookies&searchText=false&showText=all&actionFor=598656   (543 words)

 Coldstream Photographics, Portrait Studio near Vernon, British Columbia
Glen and Josephine Dick moved to Coldstream in 1993, bringing with them their studio which they have operated for the past 16 years in northern Alberta and British Columbia.
They are located on Aberdeen Road in the heart of the Coldstream Valley and they operate their business by appointment.
Glen has the artistic eye to create the scene that will be treasured a lifetime.
members.shaw.ca /gadick/coldstream.htm   (168 words)

 University of Kentucky - Coldstream Research Campus
Coldstream can offer your company a place at the heart of technological innovation and commercial progress.
We hope you'll agree that Coldstream should be a part of your company's future.
Coldstream Laboratories Inc. will begin sterile drug manufacturing for clinical trials after completing validation this summer.
www.research.uky.edu /coldstream   (206 words)

 Coldstream Guards Association Branch #36 - CANADA - Branch 36
Colonel Monck and his 'Coldstreamers' were largely responsible for securing the free elections for a new Parliament, which resulted in the return of King Charles II to the Throne.
Coldstream Guardsmen are of the finest of men who have served King, Queen and Country continuously for nearly 350 years".
With contributions from a wide range of authors with Coldstream connections, this thoroughly readable and lavishly illustrated book is more than just a record of the past, dramatic and impressive as that may be; it gives the reader a real sense of what it means to belong to the Coldstream Guards.
www.maxsolutions.ca /coldstream   (2141 words)

 Coldstream Guards [UK]
The Coldstream Guards, by Chris Baker (The British Army in the Great War).
Pioneer Lance Sergeant Harry Tesh, Coldstream Guards, and his Wife, by Fred Larimore.
The Coldstream regiment of Foot Guards: presentation of colours to the Third Battalion by His Majesty the King...
regiments.org /regiments/uk/guards/f-2CG.htm   (746 words)

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