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Alfred De Courcy - Body Stamps
... de Courcy did not stamp whistles with his company name prior to 1906 but prior to this year supplied many orders to railway, Police, Army, Navy ... business and reputation grew his first stamped whistles A De Coursy Co ... de Courcy stock of whistles purchased by Hudson at 1927 was restamped and so rare whistles made by de Courcy and stamped by Hudson exist ...
Tonkin Campaign - The 'pacification' of Tonkin (April 1885–April 1886)
... Brière de l’Isle was replaced in command of the expeditionary corps on 1 June 1885 by General Philippe-Marie-Henri Roussel de Courcy (1827–1887), but remained in Tonkin for several months ... General François de Négrier, who had recovered from the wound he sustained at the Battle of Ky Lua (28 March 1885), was given command of the 2nd Division ... De Courcy's command was marked by growing resistance to French rule in Tonkin and by outright insurrection in Annam ...
Nuneham Courtenay - Manor
... manor of Newenham to one of his Norman barons, Richard de Courcy ... family until the death of his great-grandson, William (III) de Courcy in 1176 ... It then passed from William de Courcy's widow Gundreda via her female heirs to Baldwin de Redvers, 7th Earl of Devon ...
Louis Brière De L'Isle - Tonkin
... Promoted brigadier (général de brigade) in 1881, Brière de l'Isle was given command of the 1st Brigade of the Tonkin Expeditionary Corps in February 1884, during the ... In recognition of his services at Bac Ninh, he was appointed a Grand Officier de la Légion d'honneur in April ... Hoa with the 1st Brigade while General François de Négrier's 2nd Brigade fixed them frontally, forcing Liu Yongfu to withdraw the Black Flag Army from the town before his men were cut off ...
Alfred De Courcy
... Alfred de Courcy' (Alfred de Courcy, 1866–1931) was a Birmingham whistle maker from 1888 to 1927, who founded the company A de Courcy Co ...

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