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  England Dan and John Ford Coley
John Colley, born October 13th 1951, was a classically trained pianist.
England Dan & John Ford Coley not only flowed well, but was unusual enough to merit a second look from programmers, reviewers, and promoters, as well as the general public, even if they'd never heard any of the duo's music.
As "England Dan & John Ford Coley", they were signed to A&M Records in 1970, with the assistance of guitarist Louis Shelton, who'd played with Jim Seals in The Dawnbreakers (and would be part of Seals & Croft's band), and who had brought the duo's demo to Herb Alpert.
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  John of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John's reign has been traditionally characterized as one of the most disastrous in English history: it began with defeats—he lost Normandy to Philippe Auguste of France in his first five years on the throne—and ended with England torn by civil war and himself on the verge of being forced out of power.
Born at Oxford, John was the fifth son of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and was always his father's favourite son, though as the youngest, he could expect no inheritance (hence his nickname, "Lackland").
John's parents had both received a good education -- Henry II spoke some half dozen languages, and Eleanor of Aquitaine had attended lectures at what would soon become the University of Paris -- in addition to what they had learned of law and government, religion, and literature.
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 Science Fair Projects - John of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John (French: Jean) (December 24, 1166–October 18/19, 1216) reigned as King of England from 1199 to 1216.
John is given a great talent for lechery by the chroniclers of his age, and even allowing some embellishment, he did have many illegitimate children.
John's parents had both received a good education—Henry II spoke some half dozen languages, and Eleanor of Aquitaine had attended lectures at what would soon become the University of Paris—in addition to what they had learned of law and government, religion, and literature.
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 John of England
King John (December 24, 1167 - October 19, 1216) was King of England from 1199 to 1216.
John is best known for angering the barons to rebellion, so that they forced him to agree to the Magna Carta in 1215, and then signing England over to the Pope to get out of the promises he made in that Great Charter.
Born at Oxford, he was the fifth son of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and was always his father's favourite son, though being the youngest, he could expect no inheritance (hence his nickname, "Lackland").
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 Judge John H. England
Judge John England is the epitome of the American hero.
The Tuscaloosa community demonstrated their confidence in him by electing Judge England to two terms on the City Council where he oversaw some of the most prosperous expansion as Chairman of the Finance and Community Development Committee.
As the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court Judge and later as Associate Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, he earned a reputation as a tough, fair and thoughtful jurist.
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 John of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
King John (December 24, 1166 - October, 1216) was King of England from 1199 to 1216.
Born at Oxford, he was the fifth son of King II of England">Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and was always his father's favourite son, though, being the youngest, he could expect no inheritance (hence his nickname, "Lackland").
He was succeeded by his nine-year-old son as King III of England">Henry III of England.
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 Ensign John Charles England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John Charles England was born in Harris, Mo., on December 11, 1920.
In 1943 the USS England DE-635 was named to honor John Charles England and his heroism.
Lennie England served as maid of honor and kept the ribbon wrapped bottle until her death in 1995.
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 John 'Lackland' King England (24 Dec 1166 - 19 Oct 1216)
John 'Lackland' King Of England was known as one of England's worst kings.
John succeeded his brother Richard the Lion-Hearted as king of England and duke of Normandy in 1199.
In 1205 John was beaten, and lost all the English holdings in France except Aquitaine.
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 John of England - Biography of John of England
John (December 24, 1167–October 18/19, 1216) reigned as King of England from April 6, 1199, until his death.
John acquired the nicknames of "Lackland" and "Soft-sword".
King John was also the subject of an early history play by William Shakespeare.
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 John England
John is an ancestor I feel was sent out to Van Diemens Land for a deserving reason.
John was an iron moulder, 5 feet 6 and three-quarters, aged 19 with a fair complexion, oval head and visage, sandy hair but no whiskers, medium height forehead, brown eyebrows but hazel eyes and a large nose, mouth and chin.
Whilst at Darlington he was insolent and given 10 days solitary confinement, was admonished for being idle and when he was caught fighting on the works he was given 14 days solitary.
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 England, Mrs. John
Susan Maude, daughter of Joseph Wesley and Martha (Perry) Davis was born February 5, 1879 in Georgia and educated in that State.
She married in Georgia May 12, 1897 John, son of Joseph and Susan England.
England is an employee of the M. and T. and lives at Adair.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: England
John I: Concession Of England To The Pope.
Henry III of England: Complaints of Heavy Taxation, 1230 Matthew of Westminster: Simon de Montfort's Rebellion, 1265.
John Warkworth, DD.: A Chronicle of the First Thirteen Years of the Reign of King Edward the Fourth.
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 King John John (King John of England)
The king of England, he is the son of Elinor and uncle to Arthur and Blanch.
John is reported to have been a wicked, tyrannical monarch.
King John's defiance later turned to submissiveness, and he eventually acknowledged Rome's authority in English affairs.
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 John England
England, John, 1786–1842, Irish Roman Catholic churchman in America, b.
His parishes were poor ones, but he became well known for his zeal for Catholic Emancipation and for advocating equality of his church with the Anglicans in Ireland.
England was consecrated bishop of the new see of Charleston, S.C., in 1820 and moved to America.
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 FolkStreams » New England Fiddles
New England Fiddles presents seven of the finest traditional musicians as they play in their homes and at dances and contests, passing their styles to younger fiddlers, and commenting on their music.
New England Fiddles and its companion film New England Dances are part of a dvd release that includes an eight minute section of fiddle tunes by National Heritage Award winner Simon St. Pierre, eleven additional tunes from the out takes of New England Fiddles, and an interview with filmmaker John Bishop.
John Bishop and Nick Hawes take us past the solemn facade of clambakes and town meetings into a lively world of all night dances, kitchen suppers, and local musicians who could have helped Daniel Webster play down the Devil.
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 Our Family Tree - pafg21 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Ellen GROVES [Parents] was born in 1854 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England.
Matthew GROVES [Parents] was born in 1855 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England.
Henry GROVES was born in 1880 in Knutsford, Cheshire, England.
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 John C. England - Pasadena City College
Two US Navy Vessels were named after Ensign John Charles England, a former PJC cheerleader, who gave his life attempting to save men trapped below on the USS Oklahoma, during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
He attended Pasadena Junior College in 1940, was a Yell King on the Pep Commission, a member of the Players Guild, were he was in the cast of their annual fall presentation of, "Bachelor Born".
Trying out for yell leader positions were John Krenz and John England, an east campus team of former yell leaders; Bill Humphrey and Karl Keeler, another east campus team; and Bob Mardian, west campus, and Norm Stanger, east campus.
www.pasadena.edu /about/history/alumni/england/england.cfm   (455 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: John England
In 1832, after twelve years of labour, Bishop England estimated the Catholics of his diocese at eleven thousand souls: 7500 in South Carolina, 3000 in Georgia, and 500 in North Carolina.
South Carolina was settled as a royal province by the Lords Proprietors, who brought with them the religion of the Established Church, and it was only in 1790 that enactments imposing religious disabilities were expunged from the constitution of the new State.
In 1822 he organized and incorporated a Book Society to be established in each congregation, and in the same year his indefatigable energy and zeal led him to establish the "United States Catholic Miscellany", the first distinctively Catholic newspaper published in the United States.
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 Captain John Smith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Captain John Smith (1580-1631) of Willoughby in Lincolnshire by the young age of 24 years already had served with brilliance in the Dutch
Of the 500 settlers he left at Jamestowne when he returned to England, late in 1609, only 60 settlers were found alive when the new leaders arrived from Bermuda.
In 1615, he again sailed for New England but was forced by violent storms to return to England.
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 John of England Details, Meaning John of England Article and Explanation Guide
John of England Guide, Meaning, Facts, Information and Description
The textbooks that said that resembled the textbooks that said Christopher Columbus wanted to prove the earth was round.
This is an Article on John of England.
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 King john of england   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
John was the youngest son of King Henry II and Queen Eleanor of Aquitane.
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Be it knowne that we Richard by the grace of God king of England and of Fraunce and lord of Irland owe unto oure welbeloved subgiettes John Wellesine Henry Myndren and Richard Scott of...
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 King John , of England
John married Quenn Isabella De Taillefer Of England, daughter of Aymer of Angoulême De Taillefer Count and Alice de Courtenay, on 26 Aug 1200 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France.
John also married UNKNOWN on 24 Aug 1200 in Bordeaux, France.
John married Isabella De Taillefer on 26 Aug 1200 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France.
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 World Cup 2006 Blog > Print > John Terry Named England Captain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The David Beckham era is officially over for England with Chelsea defender John Terry named captain of the Three Lions today.
I’m convinced he will prove to be one of the best captains England has ever had.
John has all the attributes an international captain needs — leadership, authority, courage, ability, tactical awareness and a total refusal to accept second-best.
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 Legends Of England Pope John Paul II Wall Mask Legends Of England Collectibles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Pope John Paul II wall mask from Legends of England is part of the Historical Series and is a perfect example of the intricate styling and artistry that goes into these pieces.
Legends Of England Pope John Paul II Wall Mask, Legends Of England
Legends are a high quality character wall mask made of a gypsum blend with a hand-painted finish.
www.todays-deal.com /Collectibles/Legends-Of-England/953224.html   (207 words)

  
 Elton John Lashes Out At England World Cup Team   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Elton John has lashed out at the England football team for “letting down” their fans at this year’s World Cup in Germany.
England made it to the quarter finals before being knocked out by Portugal last week, although many England fans believed they were lucky to get that far.
Last week Lily Allen wrote in her blog that “[David] Beckham is sh*t”, Portugese star Christiano Ronaldo is “pure evil” and that England should thank god coach Sven Goran Eriksson’s “reign of terror” is over.
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 England Dan & John Ford Coley Lyrics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
England Dan & John Ford Coley - Gone Too Far Lyrics
England Dan & John Ford Coley - Its Sad To Belong Lyrics
England Dan & John Ford Coley - Nights Are Forever Without You Lyrics
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 Made In England by Elton John CD
But as strongly evidenced on this album, his 35th (including greatest-hits records and boxes), John and lyricist Bernie Taupin want to simplify their lives.
MADE IN ENGLAND is John at his most mature--no fantastic Captains or manic Liberace-isms, just a songwriter trying to entertain his audience on that smooth sail without making too many waves.
MADE IN ENGLAND moves with ease from the passionate ballad "Believe" to the plucky, Tennessee Williams-inspired "Lies," with its bravado ivory tinkling.
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