Antiquities of Shropshire

About the same time , “ Yarard , ” son of Henry Gerard of Wodeton , gave the Abbey 16 acres in the fields of Great Wodeton . Witnesses , -Sir John fitz Philip , and Thomas , his brother . ” Also , “ John , son of Henry Gerard , gave 13 ...

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My Feline Protector

Gerard shot a glance at Isabella and saw she didn't appreciate Leo touching another woman. The feeling was mutual. If it wasn't for Henry, Gerard would have pushed between the pair and taken London in his arms. “Henry.

Author: Shelley Munro

Publisher: Shelley Munro

ISBN: 0473357488

Category: Fiction

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A glimpse across a crowded room… Feline shapeshifter Gerard Drummond catches sight of a human woman with innocent eyes and lush curves and he’s toast. He desperately wants to meet her, and with his best friend Henry as his wingman, he’s soon chatting with the gorgeous London Allbright and her sister Jenny. Despite swearing off men, the sexy Middlemarch local charms London, and she agrees to take part in a zombie run, even though she isn’t athletic in the least. The longer she spends with Gerard, the more she’s tempted, but no…she’s heading back to England and has no time for romance. The obstacles aren’t only on the zombie run course. Gerard can’t let London leave, and now it seems Henry is hitting it off with London’s sister. There must be a way… A shocking murder changes everything and throws their lives into turmoil. Gerard and London, Henry and Jenny. Nothing will ever be the same as danger stalks London, and Gerard struggles to keep his English beauty safe. Warning: Contains a sexy feline male who knows exactly who he wants and isn’t afraid to chase her, to woo her, to protect and love her until she decides to stop running.

Middlemarch Shifters Box Set 4 6

Gerard heard the tight-held emotion in her, the hovering tears and wanted to hold her. He couldn't though, not when Henry needed him. “Isabella?” Gerard recognized Saber Mitchell's voice. Part of the Feline council, he was also the ...

Author: Shelley Munro

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ISBN: 0473377209

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Welcome to Middlemarch, rural home of a secret community of black leopard shifters. The Feline council think they’ve finally turned things around for the single males in the district. After all, they’ve married off two Mitchell brothers and one Mitchell cousin so far. This is just the beginning of their wonderful plan, but something weird is happening. A mystery blonde is skulking around the countryside and no one is sure what this means, especially when dead bodies keep turning up. Equally worrying is the shapeshifter-human pairing on the verge of imploding and the zombies congregating in town. Then, a murder! The small country town is in turmoil. I think the Feline council has bitten off more than it can chew. Let’s see how things shake down in Middlemarch… My Assassin Feline shifter Leo Mitchell is the pretty brother who attracts women with ease, but he’s turned picky. He suspects the mystery blonde hanging around Middlemarch is the one for him. If only he could grab the elusive female and seduce her. Oh yeah. He craves some hot, sinful lovin’ with the lady in black leather. Assassin Isabella Black has harbored a huge crush on hunky Leo for ages. Because the timing sucked she’s watched him from afar, praying another woman won’t snatch the hottie away before she’s free to stake a claim. Finally, the pair meet. Isabella offers her naked body but Leo counteracts with a cup of tea. Seems Leo likes to call the shots when it comes to sex. A day later they’re finally dancing horizontally. It’s smokin’ hot, steamy, delicious—everything she’s ever wanted. Isabella is ecstatic until another assassin threatens to ruin her happiness. My Estranged Lover, Caroline Rutherford is at the end of her marriage tether. As much as she loves her husband, it’s time to admit defeat. Their long-term, love-at-first-sight relationship is no longer working, and they’re hurting each other and their two young sons by continuing the happy family farce. Feline shifter Marsh Rutherford knows his relationship is in trouble, and he and Caroline, his human wife, haven’t shared a bed for months. He made a mistake at the start of their marriage, omitting to tell the truth, and now the secrets are strangling their happiness. Admitting the reality to himself is simple, but finding a solution to fix the problem is tearing him apart because reality has the potential to destroy what little trust remains between him and his wife. Their future looks murky until a new opportunity presents itself—a fresh start for the entire family, a means for husband and wife to reconnect in and out of the bedroom. Caroline and Marsh agree to grasp the chance for a new future. Things are going well and their sex life has never been better, but those mysterious secrets hover in the background like pesky flies. Marsh must discover a way to make everything right because Caroline is his mate and the only woman who can make him happy. Losing her isn’t an option. My Feline Protector Feline shapeshifter Gerard Drummond catches sight of a human woman with innocent eyes and lush curves and he’s toast. He desperately wants to meet her, and with his best friend Henry as his wingman, he’s soon chatting with the gorgeous London Allbright and her sister Jenny. Despite swearing off men, the sexy Middlemarch local charms London, and she agrees to take part in a zombie run, even though she isn’t athletic in the least. The longer she spends with Gerard, the more she’s tempted, but no…she’s heading back to England and has no time for romance. The obstacles aren’t only on the zombie run course. Gerard can’t let London leave, and now it seems Henry is hitting it off with London’s sister. There must be a way… A shocking murder changes everything and throws their lives into turmoil. Gerard and London, Henry and Jenny. Nothing will ever be the same as danger stalks London, and Gerard struggles to keep his English beauty safe.

Buckner

DDKE/9/126 To Henry Gerard, 163132 Letters to Henry Gerard ref. DDKE/9/125 FILE [no title] ref. DDKE/9/125/15 date: 11 Mar. 1631/2 [from Scope and Content] Edward Hodgkinson to Mr. John Garnett, asks for a meeting at Prescott to discuss ...

Author: Jimmy White

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1257286862

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This documents twelve generations of our Buckner Family. Several of them immigrated to America landing in Virginia in the mid 1600s, and we trace our Buckner heritage in England and America. We start with the birth of our Progenitor in 1436 following descendants in several nations side by side. We could not publish our research in a single Volume, the historical record as is requires 1304 pages. Volume I documents the First Eleven Generations.

The Biographical Dictionary of Iowa

His younger brother Gerard Scholte Nollen was schooled at home with his older siblings. Like his oldest brother, Henry, Gerard was adept at mathematics, especially trigonometry and calculus. He graduated from Grinnell College in 1902 ...

Author: David Hudson

Publisher: University of Iowa Press

ISBN: 1587297248

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Iowa has been blessed with citizens of strong character who have made invaluable contributions to the state and to the nation. In the 1930s alone, such towering figures as John L. Lewis, Henry A. Wallace, and Herbert Hoover hugely influenced the nation’s affairs. Iowa’s Native Americans, early explorers, inventors, farmers, scholars, baseball players, musicians, artists, writers, politicians, scientists, conservationists, preachers, educators, and activists continue to enrich our lives and inspire our imaginations. Written by an impressive team of more than 150 scholars and writers, the readable narratives include each subject’s name, birth and death dates, place of birth, education, and career and contributions. Many of the names will be instantly recognizable to most Iowans; others are largely forgotten but deserve to be remembered. Beyond the distinctive lives and times captured in the individual biographies, readers of the dictionary will gain an appreciation for how the character of the state has been shaped by the character of the individuals who have inhabited it. From Dudley Warren Adams, fruit grower and Grange leader, to the Younker brothers, founders of one of Iowa’s most successful department stores, The Biographical Dictionary of Iowa is peopled with the rewarding lives of more than four hundred notable citizens of the Hawkeye State. The histories contained in this essential reference work should be eagerly read by anyone who cares about Iowa and its citizens. Entries include Cap Anson, Bix Beiderbecke, Black Hawk, Amelia Jenks Bloomer, William Carpenter, Philip Greeley Clapp, Gardner Cowles Sr., Samuel Ryan Curtis, Jay Norwood Darling, Grenville Dodge, Julien Dubuque, August S. Duesenberg, Paul Engle, Phyllis L. Propp Fowle, George Gallup, Hamlin Garland, Susan Glaspell, Josiah Grinnell, Charles Hearst, Josephine Herbst, Herbert Hoover, Inkpaduta, Louis Jolliet, MacKinlay Kantor, Keokuk, Aldo Leopold, John L. Lewis, Marquette, Elmer Maytag, Christian Metz, Bertha Shambaugh, Ruth Suckow, Billy Sunday, Henry Wallace, and Grant Wood. Excerpt from the entry on: Gallup, George Horace (November 19, 1901–July 26, 1984)—founder of the American Institute of Public Opinion, better known as the Gallup Poll, whose name was synonymous with public opinion polling around the world—was born in Jefferson, Iowa. . . . . A New Yorker article would later speculate that it was Gallup’s background in “utterly normal Iowa” that enabled him to find “nothing odd in the idea that one man might represent, statistically, ten thousand or more of his own kind.” . . . In 1935 Gallup partnered with Harry Anderson to found the American Institute of Public Opinion, based in Princeton, New Jersey, an opinion polling firm that included a syndicated newspaper column called “America Speaks.” The reputation of the organization was made when Gallup publicly challenged the polling techniques of The Literary Digest, the best-known political straw poll of the day. Calculating that the Digest would wrongly predict that Kansas Republican Alf Landon would win the presidential election, Gallup offered newspapers a money-back guarantee if his prediction that Franklin Delano Roosevelt would win wasn’t more accurate. Gallup believed that public opinion polls served an important function in a democracy: “If govern¬ment is supposed to be based on the will of the people, somebody ought to go and find what that will is,” Gallup explained.

Dictionary of National Biography

Orderic states canonical obedience to Anselm was made by that Edith , better known as Matilda , Henry's Gerard , though so tardily that more than one queen , was crowned by Gerard ( ORD . Vir . letter was despatched by Paschal before it ...

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The Magazine of American Genealogy

Edward - Girard - Girard - Robert - Robert - John , in Va . , 1659 . Edward - Josiah - Elisha - Simeon - Ebenezer ... 1824 ) - Henry - MEDAD - THOMAS - Ebenezer - John - George - John , at Windsor , 1644 . Elam - Daniel - James - Martin ...

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Dictionary of National Biography

Orderic states canonical obedience to Anselm was made by that Edith , better known as Matilda , Henry's Gerard , though so tardily that more than one queen , was crowned by Gerard ( ORD . Vit . letter was despatched by Paschal before it ...

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The Catholic Church and European State Formation AD 1000 1500

That very year, Gerard had formally been invested in his office by the German king, Henry IV.1 There was nothing new or spectacular about this arrangement: this was the way lord-bishops of Cambrai had long been appointed.

Author: Jørgen Møller

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0192671316

Category: Political Science

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Generations of social scientists and historians have argued that the escape from empire and consequent fragmentation of power - across and within polities - was a necessary condition for the European development of the modern territorial state, modern representative democracy, and modern levels of prosperity. The Catholic Church and European State Formation, AD 1000-1500 inserts the Catholic Church as the main engine of this persistent international and domestic power pluralism, which has moulded European state-formation for almost a millennium. The 'crisis of church and state' that began in the second half of the eleventh century is argued here as having fundamentally reshaped European patterns of state formation and regime change. It did so by doing away with the norm in historical societies - sacral monarchy - and by consolidating the two great balancing acts European state builders have been engaged in since the eleventh century: against strong social groups and against each other. The book traces the roots of this crisis to a large-scale breakdown of public authority in the Latin West, which began in the ninth century, and which at one and the same time incentivised and permitted a religious reform movement to radically transform the Catholic Church in the period from the late tenth century onwards. Drawing on a unique dataset of towns, parliaments, and ecclesiastical institutions such as bishoprics and monasteries, the book documents how this church reform movement was crucial for the development and spread of self-government (the internal balancing act) and the weakening of the Holy Roman Empire (the external balancing act) in the period AD 1000-1500.

The Publications of the Surtees Society

Also I will yt she have a flat pees “ Henry Sothill of Stokeston , a second brother , and of the house of Sothill Hall . ” This is not correct . The pedigree should stand as follows :Henry Sothill , a lawyer , a younger son of Gerard ...

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