Mundy

Mundy (born Edmund Enright, 12 February 1976, Birr, County Offaly) is an Irish singer-songwriter. 'Mundy' is a nickname given to Enright, as it not only refers to his name Edmund, but it is how he pronounces the word "Monday".

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Mundy (surname)
... Mundy is a name first brought to England by the ancestors of the Mundy family when they migrated to the region after the Norman Conquest of 1066 ... The Mundy family lived in Derbyshire ... with that surname include Carl Epting Mundy, Jr ...
Mundy - Camcor Records
... Camcor Records is an independent record label founded by Mundy after he departed from Epic Records (Sony BMG) in 2000, four years after his first album ... from the Camcor River, which flows through Mundy's hometown of Birr, County Offaly, Ireland ... Mundy has released three albums on the label his second album, 24-Star Hotel, which has sold more than 25,000 copies in Ireland his third album, the ...
Mundy (disambiguation)
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Boroughbridge (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections - Elections in The 1820s
... Spooner 38 N/A Tory Marmaduke Lawson 38 N/A Tory George Mundy 28 N/A Tory Henry Dawkins 28 N/A Turnout 65 N/A N/A Mundy and Dawkins were seated on petition ... At the United Kingdom general election, 1826, George Mundy and Henry Dawkins were elected unopposed ...
Shipley Hall - 19th Century
... In the late 19th century, under Alfred Edward Mille- Mundy, the colliery was becoming increasingly prosperous, especially with the opening of the Midland ... Miller-Mundy was regarded as an excellent employer by the standards of the time, with a hands-on approach ... In 1887 there was a scandal at the Hall when Ellen Miller-Mundy, née Palmer-Morewood, who was married to Captain Mundy ran off with Charles Chetwynd-Talbot, the young Earl of Shrewsbury and then left the ...