Stilwell's Ireland Bed & Breakfast 2001

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Edward Thomas Glassborough * Shoreditch, Middlesex 19-6-1826 + Leyton, Essex 11-8-1898; Son of messenger Thomas G. and Amy 105. Some Irish rebelled against  British rule over the centuries. Already in the 1100s, England started to gain control over this region. The Summit will be a really valuable day of knowledge-share! Depending on traffic, the journey to Belfast's Laganside and Europa Buscentres should take no more than 15 min. Spectres have become more points of interest and fascination than objects of fear.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Stilwell Pub Ltd; Revised edition (March 2001)

ISBN: 1900861240

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