Royden History Pages Web Site List
Mike Royden's Local History Pages and Royden Family Pages, containing local history articles, advice, unpublished papers etc.
Mike Royden's Local History Pages Hitler in Liverpool?
Adolf Hitler did he visit Liverpool during 1912 13? M.W.Royden (B.A.Hons., Cert. Ed.) This article was commissioned by the BBC Local History Legacies web site following a feature on Radio 4's Making History.
Valente and DiRenzo Documents for Family History
Table of contents of: Documents for the family history of Giovanni Valente and Nunziata DiRenzo, spouses of Gambatesa, Italy, and their ancestors back to 1690.
RESOURCES England & Wales genealogy and history books
History and family history resources for those searching for their roots in, or history of England & Wales. (genealogy, biography, military, army, navy, coast guard ...
Labour History, Sydicalism, Socialism, Trade Unionism Books
Morgan Phillips Labour Party Secretary, Socialist International Chairman by Morgan Phillips Born in 1902 to a Welsh coalmining family, Morgan Phillips worked his way up within the Labour Party in Britain to become General Secretary.
Early history of South Africa
The Late Stone Age in South Africa corresponds to the later phase of the Sangoan, beginning about 50,000 years ago, followed by Lupemban culture, from about 30,000 to 12,000 years ago (also known as "Second Intermediate", between Middle and Late Stone Age.
Board of Trustees Department of Natural Resources
Board of Trustees Our Executive mittee: James W. Constable, Doris Blazek White, Honorable S. Jay Plager, Mary Burke, and William Leahy (Executive Director).
Welcome to McFarlane & Roberts Funeral Home
Welcome to McFarlane & Roberts Funeral Home. For 84 years McFarlane & Roberts Funeral Home has had "a history of looking toward the future" with the privilege of serving the families of Lambeth, London and St. Thomas.
History. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, West Derby achieved significance far earlier than Liverpool itself. The name West Derby comes from an Old Norse word meaning "place of the wild beasts" or "wild deer park" and refers to the deer park (now Croxteth Park) established there by King Edward the Confessor.
Patches by Clarence Carter Songfacts
The song's co writer General Johnson wanted the Chairmen Of The Board's version to be released as a single. Though his record company liked the song, they saw no potential for it as a single as it had no beat.