Matthew Fletcher

Matthew Fletcher may refer to:

  • Matthew Fletcher (Wet Earth Colliery) (born 1731), Jacob Fletcher's son
  • Matthew Fletcher (musician), American musician
  • Matthew Fletcher (British musician) (died 1996), British drummer with Heavenly

Other articles related to "fletcher, matthew, matthew fletcher":

Project A-Kon - History
... Elrod, Newton Ewell, Melanie Fletcher, Fred Gallagher, Tiffany Grant, Ya Ya Han, Matthew High, Taliesin Jaffe, Daniel Kanemitsu, Kobushi Taiko, Steve Kyte, Edward Luena, Lee W ... Elrod, Rod Espinosa, Rhonda Eudaly, Newton Ewell, Bruce Faulconer, Melanie Fletcher, Iain Gill, Tiffany Grant, James Hanrahan, Kyle Hebert, Matthew High, Amy Howard-Wilson, Ursula ... Tiffany Grant, Alan Gutierrez, James Hanrahan, Kyle Hebert, Matthew High, Tony Hobdy, Amy Howard-Wilson, Ursula Husted, David Hutchison, Samantha Inoue Harte, Jonathan Klein, Steve ...
Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal - History - Work Begins
... Andrews esq — Rivington James Wareing, Gentleman, Knowsley Matthew Fletcher (Mine owner, Clifton) Peter Wright, Gentleman, Manchester William Marsden, Merchant, Manchester Charles McNiven, Gentleman ... Matthew Fletcher was ordered to meet with land owners to discuss the purchase of any land along the route of the canal, and with this in mind, on 30 July 1791 John Seddon of Sandy Lane was ordered to survey the ... Fletcher and Henshall were ordered to contact people and companies in the building trade to discuss construction ...
Cawston, Norfolk - Matthew Fletcher
... Born 26 September 1990, Matthew lived all his life in Cawston ... First diagnosed in November 2005, Fletcher achieved fame for his constant struggle against the illness while studying at Reepham High School, Norfolk, UK ... Matthew recorded an audio diary for BBC Radio Norfolk ...

Famous quotes containing the words fletcher and/or matthew:

    Hear, ye ladies that despise,
    What the mighty Love has done;
    Fear examples, and be wise:
    —John Fletcher (1579–1625)

    And pointing to his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers!
    Bible: New Testament, Matthew 12:49.

    Jesus.