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Boxwell Court
... thought to be the site of a former monastery, which was then given to the Huntley family following Henry the Eighth's dissolution of the monasteries ... The House has continually been in the Huntley family since that time, it is believed that the family have lived on the site for 600 years ... is small compared to the size of the Huntley's former Gloucestershire estates which included Woodchester and Frocester ...
John Huntley (cricketer)
... John Huntley (born Herbert John Huntley, 4 November 1883 — 28 March 1944) was an Australian-born New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago ... Huntley made a single first-class appearance for the team, during the 1912-13 season, against Canterbury ... Huntley took bowling figures of 0-27, as Otago lost the match by an innings margin ...
Fun & Games (The Connells Album) - Track Listing
... Mike Connell) - 340 "Fun Games" (Connell, Doug MacMillan) - 306 "Sal" (George Huntley, Mike Ayers, Peele Wimberley) - 344 "Upside Down" (Connell) - 316 "Fine ...
Huntley, Gloucestershire - Huntley Quarry
... Huntley Quarry (to the west of the village at grid reference SO 7095 1955) exposes a volcaniclastic suite of rocks not known anywhere else ... in the process of buying nearly two acres of land, which includes Huntley Quarry ...
Thomson Francis Mason - Huntley
... On his Hunting Creek tract, Mason constructed his secondary home known as Huntley between 1820 and 1825 ... Huntley never served as a permanent residence for Mason who owned a number of houses in Alexandria including Colross, his chief homestead ... years after Mason's death, his widow Betsey attempted to sell Huntley and its accompanying Hunting Creek farm in 1859 ...

Famous quotes containing the word huntley:

    Ye say they all have passed away,
    That noble race and brave;
    That their light canoes have vanished
    From off the crested wave;
    That, mid the forests where they roamed,
    There rings no hunters’ shout;
    But their name is on your waters,
    Ye may not wash it out.
    —Lydia Huntley Sigourney (1791–1865)