Maple Hill Cemetery

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How Hill
... How Hill lies on the River Ant within The Broads National Park in Norfolk, England ... The How Hill Nature Reserve is administered by the Broads Authority ... Just south of How Hill is Turf Fen windpump ...
Virginia Clay-Clopton - Biography - American Civil War
... Clement Clay died there in 1882 and was buried at Maple Hill Cemetery ... Clay-Clopton is interred in Maple Hill Cemetery in Maple Hill Cemetery near her first husband ...
Biggin Hill - Transport - Buses
... Bromley – Westerham (extended to Chartwell during the summer) 320 Catford – Biggin Hill Valley (Rosehill Road) 464 Tatsfield – New Addington R2 ...
Ian Hill - Musical Equipment
... For the early years of Judas Priest's work, Hill played a 1970s Fender Jazz Bass, later switching to Hamer in the mid 1980s ... Hill currently plays Spector basses after switching to this brand during the late 1980s ... Spector are currently producing an Ian Hill signature bass guitar, based on Hill's late 80's NS-2 and is fitted with an extra narrow neck and has an optional tuning of BEAD ...

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    The cemetery of the victims of human cruelty in our century is extended to include yet another vast cemetery, that of the unborn.
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    We had not gone far before I was startled by seeing what I thought was an Indian encampment, covered with a red flag, on the bank, and exclaimed, “Camp!” to my comrades. I was slow to discover that it was a red maple changed by the frost.
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