Newby

Newby (from Old Norse Nýbýr = "new farmstead") could refer to:

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Travellers' Century - Episodes - Episode One: Eric Newby
... Allen begins his film chatting with the attendees of Eric Newby's memorial service in Covent Garden ... Newby’s wife Wanda discusses the curiously British drive for exploration and Newby’s split-personality of urbane and adventurous ... Allen visits Newby’s childhood home in Hammersmith where at St ...
Love And War In The Apennines - Summary
... Newby takes part in a Special Boat Service operation on the east coast of Sicily ... Newby is imprisoned in an orphanage at Fontanellato in the Po valley ... Because Newby has a broken ankle he is abandoned and is hidden in a farmer's hay loft until an Italian doctor takes him to the hospital ...
Newby - People
... Thomas Cautley Newby (1798 – 1882), London publisher and printer ... Dangerfield Newby (1815–1859), American abolitionist Eric Newby (1919–2006), English author Frank Newby, eminent structural engineer Sir Howard Newby (1947–2010), British sociologist Jon Newby (1978 ... Newby (1918–1997), English novelist, winner of the first Booker Prize ...
Chas Newby
... Charles 'Chas' Newby (born 18 June 1941, in Blackpool, Lancashire, England), was temporarily the bassist for The Beatles in December 1960, following the departure of Stuart Sutcliffe ... Pete Best suggested Chas Newby ...
Thomas Cautley Newby
... Thomas Cautley Newby (1797/1798 – 1882) was an English publisher and printer based in London ... Newby published Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë and both Anne Brontë's novels, Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall ...