Hyde

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Hyde, Bedfordshire
0°22′03″W / 51.8455°N 0.3674°W / 51.8455 -0.3674 Hyde Hyde Population 380 OS grid reference TL125175 Unitary authority Central Bedfordshire Ceremonial county ... Luton Hoo estate, which includes West Hyde ... the parish contains the ruins of Someries Castle and the hamlets of Chiltern Green, East Hyde and New Mill End ...
Matty Barlow - Career - Hyde
... England to join Conference North outfit Hyde ... He made his debut on the following day in the Conference North in Hyde's 2–1 loss to Vauxhall Motors at Ewen Fields ... goal for the club in his eighth game, scoring the second as Hyde beat Hinckley United 3–0 ...
Annie Taylor Hyde
... Anna Maria Ballantyne ("Annie") Taylor Hyde (October 21, 1849 – March 12, 1909) was the founder and first president of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and was a women's leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of ... was educated at the University of Deseret in December 1870, she married Alonzo Eugene Hyde in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City ... Hyde was elected the first president of the organization, and she held this position until her death ...
Bert Hyde
... "Bert" Hyde (born 3 June 1907, date of death unknown) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Hawthorn in the VFL ... Hyde was a fullforward and was Hawthorn's premier target up forward during their first decade in the league ... Later, Hyde was a businessman in Melbourne ...
Calder Cannons - Club Information
... Former Collingwood footballer and Copeland Trophy winner, Robert Hyde, coached the Cannons from 1996 to 2006 ... The club's best and fairest award is called the Robert Hyde medal, in honour of Hyde ...