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RETURNING
AUSTRALIA
ROYAL GLOUCESTERSHIRE
GEORGE WHITEFIELD
LATE DUKE
HEREHERETUE
PRESENT DUKE
GLOUCESTER CHEESE
GLOUCESTER DOCKS
NATIONAL WATERWAYS MUSEUM
RIVER SEVERN
SHARPNESS CANAL
ROBERT RAIKES
CURRENT DUKE
GLOUCESTER ROAD TUBE STATION
GLOUCESTER GREEN
GLOUCESTER TREE
GLOUCESTER ISLAND
GLOUCESTER ISLANDS
GLOUCESTER ROAD
ROBERT
SHIPS
PORT
ROUTE
HOTEL
MINUTES
MASS
CYPRUS
MANCHESTER
STATUTE
GRANDSON
LONDON
TITLE
RAILWAY LINE
HEIR
PART
WIDOW
MAESTEG
GLAMORGAN
GEORGE
BISHOP
SWANSEA
FIVE POINTS
SUBGROUP
WEST
DEATH
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Gloucester was a city in eastern Ontario, Canada, on the Ottawa River and is now a suburb of the City of Ottawa.
  2. Gloucester (ˈɡlɒstɚ) is a city, district and County town of Gloucestershire in the South West region of England. (Web site)
  3. Gloucester (pronounced) is a city and district in south-west England, close to the Welsh border. (Web site)
  4. Gloucester was incorporated as a city in 1981 and became part of the amalgamated city of Ottawa in 2001.
  5. Gloucester was one of the 11 municipalities that merged in 2001 to form the new city of Ottawa.

Returning

  1. Returning to the UK, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester acquired Barnwell Manor in Northamptonshire, while retaining an apartment in Kensington Palace. (Web site)

Australia

  1. From 1945 to 1947, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester lived in Canberra, where the Duke was serving as Governor General of Australia.

Royal Gloucestershire

  1. The ship retains links with the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment and the City of Gloucester. (Web site)

George Whitefield

  1. December 28, 1714: George Whitefield, called "the marvel of his age" for the way his preaching could move an audience, is born in Gloucester, England. (Web site)

Late Duke

  1. Born in 1944, The Duke of Gloucester is the second son of the late Duke of Gloucester and the late Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester.

Hereheretue

  1. The latter are uninhabited; the only permanently inhabited island of the Îles du Duc de Gloucester is Hereheretue (57 inhabitants in 2002).

Present Duke

  1. The photograph you attach shows the standard of the present Duke of Gloucester. (Web site)

Gloucester Cheese

  1. Every year daring competitors throw themselves down an almost vertical hill in Gloucester, UK, chasing an 8lb Double Gloucester Cheese.

Gloucester Docks

  1. The original National Waterways Museum at Gloucester is housed in a Victorian warehouse at Gloucester Docks, in the city of Gloucester. (Web site)

National Waterways Museum

  1. Housed in a magnificent old warehouse in Gloucester docks The National Waterways Museum has interesting and interactive displays. (Web site)

River Severn

  1. Gloucester is a cathedral city on the River Severn.

Sharpness Canal

  1. The Stroudwater Navigation now starts at Saul Junction on the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, but originally came directly off the River Severn, 1 mile away.

Robert Raikes

  1. Robert Raikes started his first school for the children of chimney sweeps in Sooty Alley, Gloucester (opposite the city prison) in 1780. (Web site)

Current Duke

  1. She was thus the sister-in-law of George VI and Edward VIII, and the mother of the current Duke of Gloucester.

Gloucester Road Tube Station

  1. A popular choice to the discerning international market, the hotel is located close to Gloucester Road tube station.

Gloucester Green

  1. Gloucester Green - Gloucester Green is a square in central Oxford, England, and the site of the city's bus station. (Web site)

Gloucester Tree

  1. The Gloucester Tree was named after the Duke of Gloucester who visited in 1946.

Gloucester Island

  1. Gloucester Island is a national park in Queensland (Australia), 950 km northwest of Brisbane. (Web site)

Gloucester Islands

  1. Administratively the four atolls of the Duke of Gloucester Islands belong to the commune of Hereheretue, which is associated to the Hao commune. (Web site)

Gloucester Road

  1. We are also only a few minutes walk from the Gloucester Road and South Kensington Underground stations, opposite the Natural History Museum.

Robert

  1. The settlement of 'Newport' is first mentioned as novo burgus established by Robert, Earl of Gloucester in 1126. (Web site)
  2. Lady Maud FitzRobert was born on an unknown date, the daughter of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester and Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester. (Web site)

Ships

  1. Crews of the HMS Illustrious and HMS Gloucester were praised for their role as both ships returned to Portsmouth. (Web site)

Port

  1. Light cruiser GLOUCESTER departed Alexandria on 13 February for Port Said where damaged light cruiser LIVERPOOL 's DCT was fitted on GLOUCESTER.
  2. The Severn bore forms somewhat upstream of the Port of Sharpness, which is also the Southern terminus of the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.

Route

  1. Beginning at Chepstow the route passes through Cinderford, Gloucester and Stow-on-the-Wold before finishing at Tewkesbury. (Web site)

Hotel

  1. Opposite the hotel stands Tewkesbury Abbey with its massive Norman tower and within a short drive is Bredon Hill and the towns of Cheltenham and Gloucester.
  2. The hotel is conveniently situated between Cheltenham, four kilometres away, and Gloucester, six kilometres away. (Web site)
  3. Gloucester Road and South Kensington underground stations (less than 5 minutes walk from the hotel) offer direct link with Heathrow Airport and the West End.

Minutes

  1. The hotel is located in fashionable South Kensington two minutes from Gloucester Road underground station.

Mass

  1. Page & Co.s Express: private parcel delivery firm serviced Boston and Gloucester, Mass., used labels; 1875.

Cyprus

  1. During three successive voyages between Lebanon and Cyprus, Gloucester took 766 people to safety. (Web site)
  2. In three trips between Lebanon and Cyprus - where evacuees were first taken - HMS Gloucester rescued 766 people. (Web site)

Manchester

  1. Four of the Town-class were sunk during the war: HM Ships Edinburgh, Gloucester, Manchester, and Southampton.

Statute

  1. A writ of entry given by the statute of Gloucester, c. (Web site)

Grandson

  1. As a grandson of the British monarch in the male line, he was styled His Royal Highness Prince Richard of Gloucester at birth. (Web site)

London

  1. Oliver Morgan (born 3 November 1985 in London) is a rugby union footballer who plays at fullback for Gloucester and England.
  2. There is a bus station at Gloucester Green, used mainly by the London and airport services, and National Express coach services. (Web site)

Title

  1. When he died on June 10, 1974, his second eldest son, Prince Richard inherited the title of Duke of Gloucester.

Railway Line

  1. During 1934 the South African Railways re-opened the railway line and extended it to Gloucester. (Web site)

Heir

  1. Prince Richard unexpectedly became heir to the Dukedom and upon his father's death in 1974, the couple became TRH The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. (Web site)

Part

  1. The Gloucester Tree is part of a trilogy of Karri tree towers which are open to the public.

Widow

  1. Whitefield was the son of a widow who kept an inn at Gloucester.

Maesteg

  1. Most services from Maesteg on Mondays to Saturdays continue to Cheltenham via Gloucester.

Glamorgan

  1. Form c.1114 to 1147 it was held by Robert, Earl of Gloucester, who ruled Glamorgan and Gwynllwg jure uxoris.

George

  1. For example, the daughters of the current Duke of Gloucester, a male line grandson of George V, are styled The Lady Davina Lewis and The Lady Rose Gilman. (Web site)
  2. As a great granddaughter in the male line of George II, Sophia was styled Her Highness Princess Sophia of Gloucester from birth.

Bishop

  1. His genuine piety led the Bishop of Gloucester to ordain him before the canonical age.
  2. William Warburton (December 24, 1698 – June 7, 1779), was an English critic and churchman, Bishop of Gloucester from 1759. (Web site)

Swansea

  1. Passenger traffic included the stop on request from Rugby (LNER) or beyond or Gloucester and beyond of the Swansea to Newcastle train. (Web site)

Five Points

  1. Prince Richard is the present Duke of Gloucester and, as a grandson of a sovereign (George V), has five points upon his label. (Web site)
  2. HRH The Duke of Gloucester: white label with five points, three with St George's Cross, two with red Lion passant guardant.

Subgroup

  1. It is part of the Duke of Gloucester Islands, a subgroup of the Tuamotu group.

West

  1. Gloucester National Park This park lies 16 miles to the west of Pemberton and is home to the giant karri, the Gloucester Tree.

Death

  1. Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott 1901 2004 Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester Gained title by her marriage in 1935 and held it until her death. (Web site)
  2. Upon his death, his younger brother Prince Richard of Gloucester became heir-apparent and succeeded to these peerages in 1974.

Categories

  1. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Cheltenham
  2. Information > Reference > Titles > Duke
  3. Duchess
  4. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Gloucestershire
  5. Prince William

Subcategories

National Waterways Museum

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