Humberstone

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Humberstone Road Railway Station
... Humberstone Road station was a station to the north of Leicester, England, opened in 1875 and closed in 1968 ... The small village of Humberstone, situated some two miles further north-eastwards was noted for its alabaster mine but, Humberstone Road station alongside whatis now the A47, served the northern side of the ... A short distance away was the similarly named Humberstone railway station ...
H. Bruce Humberstone
... Bruce 'Lucky' Humberstone (b ... One of twenty-eight founders of the Directors Guild of America, Humberstone worked on several silent movie films for 20th Century Fox ... Humberstone did not specialize he worked on comedies, dramas, and melodramas ...
Leicester Belgrave Road Railway Station - Sample Train Timetable For April 1910
... to Calling at Arrival Operator 07.00 Peterborough North Humberstone, Thurnby Scraptoft, Ingersby, Loseby, Tilton, East Norton, Hallaton, Medbourne, Rockingham ...
Markham Museum - The New Collections & Exhibit Building - Chapman House - History
... after Elizabeth’s death, to Amelia Humberstone, the daughter of Thomas Humberstone who ran Humberstone Pottery in York Township ...
William Humberstone - Biography
... Humberstone was born in Niagara Region, Ontario in 1836 ... he began to extract coal from the banks of the North Saskatchewan River and founded the Humberstone Brick Coal Company ... William Humberstone died in Edmonton on April 2, 1922 ...