Beaufort

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The Anchorage (Beaufort, South Carolina)
... The Anchorage, also known as William Elliott House, in Beaufort, South Carolina, is a house built in 1776 ... It may be included in the Beaufort Historic District, which is a National Historic Landmark District ...
Beaufort (novel)
... Beaufort (English translation of אם יש גן עדן in Hebrew If There's a Garden of Eden) is the first novel by Israeli author and media professional Ron Leshem ... The novel was the basis for the 2007 Academy Award-nominated film Beaufort ... Beaufort is about an Israel Defense Forces unit stationed at the Beaufort Castle, Lebanon post in Southern Lebanon during the South Lebanon conflict ...
Sir Beaufort Stakes
... The Sir Beaufort Stakes is a Thoroughbred horse race run annually near the end of each December at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California ... Due to poor racecourse conditions as a result of wet weather, the Sir Beaufort Stakes was switched to the main dirt track in 2003, 2008 and again in 2010 ...
Beaufort, New Jersey
... Beaufort refers to a former railway station on the Morristown and Erie Railway in Roseland, New Jersey in the United States ... The Beaufort station was located not far from what is today Beaufort Avenue in Livingston ... Before the Eisenhower Parkway was built Beaufort Avenue continued from Livingston to Eagle Rock Avenue in Roseland ...
Centicore
... of John, Duke of Bedford, and by England's House of Beaufort ... Henry Tudor’s mother, Lady Margaret (1443–1509), was a Beaufort, and the Beaufort heraldic legacy inherited by both her and her son included the yale ... Lady Margaret Beaufort was a benefactor of Cambridge's Christ's College and St John's College and her yale supporters can be seen on the college gates ...