Mortimer

Mortimer is an English surname.

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Mortimer Common - Transport
... Mortimer railway station, on the Reading to Basingstoke Line, is in the nearby village of Stratfield Mortimer ... There is a minibus service, Mortimer Link, to the station ...
Mortimer, Ohio
... Mortimer is an unincorporated community located in central Allen Township, Hancock County, Ohio, United States ... Mortimer has an Eagles club, a carry-out restaurant, an auto junk yard, a grain elevator, a trailer park, and a campground ... Portage Union Van Buren Washington Unincorporated communities Mortimer Williamstown Footnotes ‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties Coordinates 41°06 ...
Mortimer Brothers
... The Mortimer brothers are Rugby league footballers from Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia Chris Mortimer, Peter Mortimer and Steve Mortimer ... All three Mortimer brothers are life members of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Football Club. 1979 Grandfinal, all 3 brothers scored in a historic performance for the mortimers ...
Cyber-Cat - M - Peter Mortimer
... Scavenger, Barracuda Further reading Peter Mortimer on DC Database, an external wiki, a DC Comics wiki Peter Mortimer at the Comic Book DB Peter ... Within the context of the stories, Peter Mortimer is a deep-sea diver specializing in one-man salvage and piracy using a specially designed diving suit and underwater vehicle ...
Mortimer Common
... Mortimer Common, generally referred to as Mortimer, is a village in the civil parish of Stratfield Mortimer in Berkshire ... Mortimer is in the local government district of West Berkshire and is seven miles south-west of Reading ...

Famous quotes containing the word mortimer:

    The shelf life of the modern hardback writer is somewhere between the milk and the yoghurt.
    —John Mortimer (b. 1923)

    When you get to my age life seems little more than one long march to and from the lavatory.
    —John Mortimer (b. 1923)