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  hill - pafg219 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Reginald SCOTT Sir [Parents] was born in Of, Scott's Hall, Kent, ENGLAND.
Mary TUKE was born in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, ENGLAND.
Eleanor FITZ ALAN was born in Of, Castle Betchworth, Surrey, ENGLAND.
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 My Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
She was married to Anthony William SPRAGUE on 26 Dec 1661 in Hingham or Plymouth, MA.
She was married to William SANBORN in 1619 in Southhampton, Hampshire, England.
She was married to Stephen BATCHELDER in 1588 in Wherwell, Hampshire, England.
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 hill - pafg217 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Thomas SCOTT Sir [Parents] was born in Of, Scott's Hall, ENGLAND.
Elizabeth HEYMAN was born in Of, Somerfield, Kent, ENGLAND.
Dudley DIGGES Sir [Parents] was born in 1583 in Chilham Castle, Kent, ENGLAND.
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 Scott Hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scott Oliver Hall (born October 20, 1958 in Miami, Florida) is a professional wrestler whose career was at its peak in the 1990s.
Hall's ladder match with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania X for that title is considered to be a classic.
Hall's first appearance on WCW television after leaving the WWF was an unannounced interview where he appeared in street clothes, claiming to be "an outsider." He was then joined in the following weeks by Kevin Nash, the two claiming they were going to undertake a hostile takeover of WCW.
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 William Scott of Scott's Hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir William Scott of Scott's Hall, Brabourne (died August 24, 1524) was Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.
Johanna Halsham who is buried at Ashford in Kent, was the heiress of her uncle Hugh Halsham of West Grinstead, and the grand daughter of the Countess of Athol.
Sir William was buried at Brabourne church in Kent, England.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Scott_of_Scott's_Hall   (188 words)

 Sir George Gilbert Scott   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Scott was apprenticed to a London architect and designed the first of his many churches in 1838; but his real artistic education dates from his study of A.W.N. Pugin's works on medieval architecture.
Scott's significance rests partly on the sheer number of important buildings with which he was associated.
George Scott was born in Gawcott, England in 1811.
homepage.ntlworld.com /john-nicholson/hafodunos/ggscott.htm   (819 words)

 Scott Dibble   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
One hard-working term in the House should be enough to convince District 60 DFL primary voters that state Rep. Scott Dibble is ready to move to the Senate and succeed retiring Sen. Myron Orfield.
Scott Dibble is a Canadian songwriter, musician and record producer.
He was the leader of the band Scott Dibble and Watertown in the early 1990s.
hallencyclopedia.com /Scott_Dibble   (385 words)

 Harold Scott III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Scott, Class of '91, served the Huskies as a very special special teams player and as a backup fullback in his freshman and sophomore seasons.
Scott finished his career with 2396 rushing yards, a mark that lasted as NU's best for seven seasons and is still second in the program's hierarchy.
Scott is currently the New England manager for Curbell Plastics and resides in Simsbury, Conn. with his wife Coleen and the couple's 2-year-old son Sean.
www.gonu.com /hall/hscott.html   (395 words)

 Scott Hall The Bad Guy Razor Ramon Wrestling Legend Cooldudesandhotbabes.com
Hall told the source we spoke with that he did indulge in alcohol consumption prior to both the event in London and the Raw telecast, however that he was not drunk at prior to either event.
The source did tell sportstalkcleveland.com however that Hall believes his bad boy reputation led to a rush in judgment bye the WWE and also states that because of his numerous second chances and previous arrests, they were less than fair in their decision to terminate him.
Hall was soon followed by Nash and the character turn of a then squeaky clean Hogan, which vaulted the WCW ahead of the WWE in the television ratings for nearly two years.
www.cooldudesandhotbabes.com /hall.html   (3353 words)

 Jack Scott
Scott was born in Canada, raised in Detroit, an Italian hillbilly who worshipped Hank Williams, and became a rock and roll star.
Jack Scott reached #3 twice while Vincent's highest chart position was #7 and Cochran's was only #8 and Vincent and Cochran had two of the most legendary 50s rock classics of all-time.
Scott four single releases in 1964 on Groove and three in 1965 on RCA Victor.
www.history-of-rock.com /jack_scott.htm   (1183 words)

 Haigh Hall - England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Haigh Hall, located in Wigan, Lancashire, was for many years the English seat and ancestral home of the Lindsay family, the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres.
On June 1, 1780, Alexander Lindsay, 6th Earl of Balcarres married his cousin-german, Elizabeth Dalrymple, only child of Charles Dalrymple, Esq., who inherited the Haigh property on failure of male issue in her maternal family, namely, that of Sir Roger Bradshaigh, Bart., of Haigh, who was her ladyship’s great grandfather.
Thus, ca 1787, the Haigh Hall manor passed to the Earls of Crawford and Balcarres and became the seat of Alexander Lindsay the 6th Earl of Balcarres and de jure the 23rd Earl of Crawford.
www.clanlindsay.com /haigh_hall.htm   (1034 words)

 Electronic Town Halls Can't Beat the Real Thing
As techno-politics comes of age, there is nothing to suggest that the electronic town hall will be more than a sophisticated Gallup poll.
His electronic town hall idea is unlikely to offer us anything new -- only more of what we already have.
Scott London recently completed a study of electronic democracy for the Kettering Foundation and last fall wrote and produced a four-part documentary on the subject that aired on WYSO-FM
www.scottlondon.com /articles/etm.html   (533 words)

 uefa.com - UEFA Women's C'ship - News & Features   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
England's build-up to the international friendly against Italy on 17 February suffered a disappointing setback when it was confirmed that Kelly Smith will miss the game with a stress fracture.
Smith returned to England after seven years in the United States last month to sign for Arsenal LFC but has seen her injury curse strike again: the player having only just recovered from an ankle injury and before that a broken leg.
She will therefore sit out England's opening friendly following the draw for the 2005 UEFA European Women's Championship, where the hosts were pitted against Finland, Sweden and Denmark.
www.uefa.com /competitions/WOCO/news/Kind=1/newsId=276661.html   (168 words)

 Wanton Family of Newport, Rhode Island   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
She married William Guise Hagger, 6 Oct 1796 in Boston, Massachusetts.
She obtained a ticket from your Petitioner and other commanders for her disbursements and had a debenture signed to the Treasurer for fifteen pounds and seven schillings (according to the best of my remembrance) sent to her son-in-law of Scituate, and her sd.
She was married to Sylvester STOVER on 25 May 1652 in York, York Co. ME.
www.geocities.com /orbweaversweb/gen/wanton.html   (3079 words)

 FanboyPlanet - More wrestling news than you can shake a chair at
Once again Scott Hall was not able to control his partying and it cost him his job.
She came out of the surgery well and the operation went smoothly.
She is expected to be out of the ring for at least 6 months.
www.fanboyplanet.com /chair/chair05-07-02.htm   (995 words)

 Dr. Michael Scott
Since all four of Scott’s grandparents were born in Ireland, Michael has dual citizenship and is of course partial to Irish competitors.
She accepted, and assumed, since the restaurant he suggested was only a mile or two away, that they’d walk.
She would have a steak, for she’d never had one before.
www.usatt.org /organization/halloffame/scott.html   (2100 words)

 John Scott   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
English concert organist John Scott is recognized not only as one of his country's finest organists and musical leaders, but as one of the most gifted of his generation of concert organists in the performance world today.
Scott had performed both spring and autumn solo recital tours in North America and in addition has received numerous invitations to perform organ dedication recitals here in the United States.
John Scott was born in Wakefield, England, and received his earliest musical training as a chorister at Wakefield Cathedral where he later served as Assistant Organist.
www.concertartists.com /ScottJ.html   (914 words)

 Iron and Coal : William Bell Scott
As she faces the viewer directly, we have an opportunity to see her loose fitting clothing and angelic face.
This image was one of a series of eight panels commissioned by the Trevelyan family to decorate the enclosed central courtyard of Wallington Hall.
The appearance of a workers' child illustrates a workers' virtues: providing work for his family (the child appears to be well fed and looked after) as she too provides for her father.
www.umassd.edu /ir/lnicholls/txt09.html   (846 words)

 New Champion Given England Golf Call Up
The other newcomers have played for England at boys or youth level but this will be their first full cap.
Godfrey was first capped at Under-16 and boys level in 1997, played for England in the World Boys Team Championship in Japan in 1999 and for Gt Britain and Ireland in the Jacques Leglise Trophy at Burnham and Berrow that same year.
He is at college in America, at Augusta State, is a former England Boy international and was a member of the England side that won the European Youths Team championship in Scotland last year.
www.amateur-golf.com /events/yeartodate/2001events/call.html   (716 words)

Hall was reportedly "wasted" for much of the trip to England over the past weekend and showed up to RAW in much the same condition yesterday although he was improved by airtime.
Hall was not involved in the incident on the plane that had been discussed earlier this week and reported on the Newsline and in Georgie's column involving Michael Hayes' mullet being cut off.
Hall was said to have been "totally out of it" for the entire flight.
www.1wrestling.com /news/newsline.asp?news=8730   (266 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Going to Mare Clare Fahey because she had a rough week.\par \tab\par VI.
\par \tab\tab President: Scott did give a reason, he said it was personal.\par \tab\tab The Quad: Did anyone from UB go to this meeting?\par \tab\tab President: I did and AJ Haney did.
Scott wasn't as helpful as he was for the first conference.
wings.buffalo.edu /student-life/reshalls/rha/resources/minutes/Feb17.doc   (825 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
One of the reasons for her instant success here could be the track’s surface, which she described as one of the best in the country.
Scott’s Tampa success might be a little surprising considering she only took out her training license in 2002, but the girl has big time credentials.
Scott said she’s had most of her current barn since they came off the farm.
www.tampadowns.com /News/03032005.html   (398 words)

 Hall, James on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Giving them precisely what they asked for: spar wholesaler James Hall is in fine voice as it strives to eliminate out of stocks.
From Yorkshire hero to City zero The management and financial mess at Wm Morrison, the supermarkets group, is the British corporate cock-up of the new millennium.
Contemporary challenges to William James's white crow: William James's belief that he had found his white crow, thereby proving the legitimacy of spiritualism as a suitable subject for a science of psychology, evoked...
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 Coastal Chardonnay in New England?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Granted, any wine from New England, let alone chardonnay, is hardly among the first things that one thinks of when New England is called to mind.
Although relatively recent in New England, chardonnay was first planted by Sakonnet Vineyards in the latter part of the 1970's, by the founders of the winery, Jim and Lolly Mitchell.
One major difference, however, is that this New England region is at the tail end of the glacial remnants, and as one goes further east towards the Atlantic Ocean, the sub-soils lack richness, and tend to be more acidic.
www.vwm-online.com /Magazine/Archive/2001/Vol27_No1/NewEngland.htm   (1914 words)

 Official Website of the New England Patriots
Watson, the Patriots second pick in the first round, was impressive during the preseason and in the regular season opener before sustaining a knee injury that placed him on the injured reserve on Sept. 29.
Scott, a third round pick, had a solid training camp and looked to be in line for the third safety spot before he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the second preseason game.
Watson and Scott both stayed close to the team during the season, working with team trainers in rehabilitation from their respective injuries.
www.patriots.com /search/index.cfm?ac=searchdetail&pid=11197&pcid=41&rss=1   (804 words)

 WWE releases Scott Hall, and more
Reportedly, Scott Hall was "wasted" for most of the WWE's flight back from England and showed up at Raw the same way, although he did improve by airtime.
Hall was not a part of the disturbance that was reported over the weekend.
That disturbance was as a result of Michael Hayes' mullet being cut off on the plane and Hayes got so furious over it that he wanted to fight just about everybody.
www.lordsofpain.net /news/2002/articles/1020804889.php   (239 words)

 TOC 2000 Draw (by SquashTalk)
Scott Handley is one of England's most promising squash players.
Based in Wallingford in Oxfordshire at the squash club owned by his parents, Scott will celebrate his 25th birthday in January with a career-best world ranking of 45 after his best ever year on the PSA Tour.
Scott increased the number of events he played in 1998, and was a quarter-finalist in the Isostar event in the Netherlands in February, and in the Lakeshore Classic in the USA in November, and reached the semi-finals of the Pacific Keencraft Open in Hungary in September.
www.squashtalk.com /html/profiles/handley.htm   (623 words)

 Articles - 1485   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
August 22 - Battle of Bosworth Field is fought between the armies of King Richard III of England and rival claimant to the throne of England Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond.
Richard dies in battle and Henry Tudor becomes King Henry VII of England.
John Scott of Scott's Hall, Warden of the Cinque Ports
www.mainearth.com /articles/1485   (311 words)

 John Rudolph Scott
SCOTT, John Rudolph, actor, born in Philadelphia, 17 October, 1809; died there, 2 March, 1856.
In 1847 Scott went to England, playing at the Princess theatre in London for a short term, where he opened as Sir Giles Overreach.
Diverting his attention from study to rote performances of melodramatic and sensational parts, Scott soon became careless and neglectful, lapsing into the condition of a conventional performer.
www.famousamericans.net /johnrudolphscott   (405 words)

 Richard Scott
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SCOTT, Richard, colonist, born in Glemsford, Suffolk, England, in 1607 ; died in Providence, Rhode Island, about, 1681.
Scott came to Boston in 1634, married Katharine Mar-bury, sister of Mrs.
www.famousamericans.net /richardscott   (334 words)

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The Impacts of a New Women’s Correctional Center on the City of Vandalia: a Housing Update.
Scott, James K., Thomas G. Johnson and Jian C. Ma
James K. Scott, Kathy Miller, Diane Huneke and Thomas G. Johnson.
www.cpac.missouri.edu /scottj/bio/VITAS02.htm   (2210 words)

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