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Lockhart, Minnesota
... Lockhart is an unincorporated community in Norman County, Minnesota, United States. ...
Sinclair-Lockhart Baronets
... The Sinclair, later Sinclair-Lockhart Baronetcy, of Murkle in the County of Caithness and of Stevenson in the County of Haddington, is a title in the Baronetage of ... married Martha, daughter and eventual heiress of Sir John Lockhart of Castlehill, a Lord of Session under the judicial title of Lord Castlehill ... fifth Baronet, who in 1764 had inherited the Lockhart estates and assumed the surname of Lockhart ...
Lockhart River Air Disaster
... The Lockhart River air disaster refers to the controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) in Queensland, Australia of a Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner commuter ... by Transair Ltd and operated by Aerotropics, was on approach to land at Lockhart River Airport in far-north Queensland, Australia when it struck the ridge known as South Pap, 6 nautical miles (11 km ...
Lockhart Duff
... Lockhart Duff, (1793, Scotland - 11 February 1858, Hamilton, Ontario) was a Landowner ... Lockhart Duff carried a name that originated with the marriage in 1666 of Jane Lockhart of the prominent Baronial family to William Duff, Provost of Inverness ... The histories of the Duff and Lockhart families in Scotland are available at www.thepeerage.com ...
Lockhart River Airport
... Lockhart River Airport (IATA IRG, ICAO YLHR) (also known as Iron Range Airport) is an airport in Lockhart River, Queensland, Australia, located ... Being so remote with the road to Lockhart River being unpassable during the tropical wet season, the airport provides a vital transport hub for the ...

Famous quotes containing the word lockhart:

    As a cure for the cold, take your toddy to bed, put one bowler hat at the foot, and drink until you see two.
    Robert Bruce, Sir Lockhart (1886–1970)