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- Gloucester was a city in eastern Ontario, Canada, on the Ottawa River and is now a suburb of the City of Ottawa.
- Gloucester (ˈɡlɒstɚ) is a city, district and County town of Gloucestershire in the South West region of England.
- Gloucester (pronounced) is a city and district in south-west England, close to the Welsh border.
- Gloucester was incorporated as a city in 1981 and became part of the amalgamated city of Ottawa in 2001.
- Gloucester was one of the 11 municipalities that merged in 2001 to form the new city of Ottawa.
- Returning to the UK, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester acquired Barnwell Manor in Northamptonshire, while retaining an apartment in Kensington Palace.
- From 1945 to 1947, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester lived in Canberra, where the Duke was serving as Governor General of Australia.
- The ship retains links with the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment and the City of Gloucester.
- 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.
- 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.
- The latter are uninhabited; the only permanently inhabited island of the Îles du Duc de Gloucester is Hereheretue (57 inhabitants in 2002).
- The photograph you attach shows the standard of the present Duke of Gloucester.
- Every year daring competitors throw themselves down an almost vertical hill in Gloucester, UK, chasing an 8lb Double Gloucester Cheese.
- The original National Waterways Museum at Gloucester is housed in a Victorian warehouse at Gloucester Docks, in the city of Gloucester.
- Housed in a magnificent old warehouse in Gloucester docks The National Waterways Museum has interesting and interactive displays.
- Gloucester is a cathedral city on the River Severn.
- 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 started his first school for the children of chimney sweeps in Sooty Alley, Gloucester (opposite the city prison) in 1780.
- She was thus the sister-in-law of George VI and Edward VIII, and the mother of the current Duke of Gloucester.
- A popular choice to the discerning international market, the hotel is located close to Gloucester Road tube station.
- Gloucester Green - Gloucester Green is a square in central Oxford, England, and the site of the city's bus station.
- The Gloucester Tree was named after the Duke of Gloucester who visited in 1946.
- Gloucester Island is a national park in Queensland (Australia), 950 km northwest of Brisbane.
- Administratively the four atolls of the Duke of Gloucester Islands belong to the commune of Hereheretue, which is associated to the Hao commune.
- We are also only a few minutes walk from the Gloucester Road and South Kensington Underground stations, opposite the Natural History Museum.
- The settlement of 'Newport' is first mentioned as novo burgus established by Robert, Earl of Gloucester in 1126.
- Lady Maud FitzRobert was born on an unknown date, the daughter of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester and Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester.
- Crews of the HMS Illustrious and HMS Gloucester were praised for their role as both ships returned to Portsmouth.
- Light cruiser GLOUCESTER departed Alexandria on 13 February for Port Said where damaged light cruiser LIVERPOOL 's DCT was fitted on GLOUCESTER.
- The Severn bore forms somewhat upstream of the Port of Sharpness, which is also the Southern terminus of the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.
- Beginning at Chepstow the route passes through Cinderford, Gloucester and Stow-on-the-Wold before finishing at Tewkesbury.
- 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.
- The hotel is conveniently situated between Cheltenham, four kilometres away, and Gloucester, six kilometres away.
- 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.
- The hotel is located in fashionable South Kensington two minutes from Gloucester Road underground station.
- Page & Co.s Express: private parcel delivery firm serviced Boston and Gloucester, Mass., used labels; 1875.
- During three successive voyages between Lebanon and Cyprus, Gloucester took 766 people to safety.
- In three trips between Lebanon and Cyprus - where evacuees were first taken - HMS Gloucester rescued 766 people.
- Four of the Town-class were sunk during the war: HM Ships Edinburgh, Gloucester, Manchester, and Southampton.
- A writ of entry given by the statute of Gloucester, c.
- As a grandson of the British monarch in the male line, he was styled His Royal Highness Prince Richard of Gloucester at birth.
- Oliver Morgan (born 3 November 1985 in London) is a rugby union footballer who plays at fullback for Gloucester and England.
- There is a bus station at Gloucester Green, used mainly by the London and airport services, and National Express coach services.
- When he died on June 10, 1974, his second eldest son, Prince Richard inherited the title of Duke of Gloucester.
- During 1934 the South African Railways re-opened the railway line and extended it to Gloucester.
- 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.
- The Gloucester Tree is part of a trilogy of Karri tree towers which are open to the public.
- Whitefield was the son of a widow who kept an inn at Gloucester.
- Most services from Maesteg on Mondays to Saturdays continue to Cheltenham via Gloucester.
- Form c.1114 to 1147 it was held by Robert, Earl of Gloucester, who ruled Glamorgan and Gwynllwg jure uxoris.
- 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.
- As a great granddaughter in the male line of George II, Sophia was styled Her Highness Princess Sophia of Gloucester from birth.
- His genuine piety led the Bishop of Gloucester to ordain him before the canonical age.
- William Warburton (December 24, 1698 – June 7, 1779), was an English critic and churchman, Bishop of Gloucester from 1759.
- Passenger traffic included the stop on request from Rugby (LNER) or beyond or Gloucester and beyond of the Swansea to Newcastle train.
- Prince Richard is the present Duke of Gloucester and, as a grandson of a sovereign (George V), has five points upon his label.
- HRH The Duke of Gloucester: white label with five points, three with St George's Cross, two with red Lion passant guardant.
- It is part of the Duke of Gloucester Islands, a subgroup of the Tuamotu group.
- Gloucester National Park This park lies 16 miles to the west of Pemberton and is home to the giant karri, the Gloucester Tree.
- Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott 1901 2004 Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester Gained title by her marriage in 1935 and held it until her death.
- Upon his death, his younger brother Prince Richard of Gloucester became heir-apparent and succeeded to these peerages in 1974.
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