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Sharpham Vineyard is located on the estate of Sharpham House, in the parish of Ashprington, near the town of Totnes in Devon. It produces mainly dry white wine from the cool climate grape Madeleine Angevine. Like the majority of English vineyards, it is open for tasting in the winery and tours of the vineyard. Though English vineyards are not typically known for producing excellent wine, Sharpham has created a continentally known collection of wine.

Sharpham is also very well known for its Devonshire cheeses. A mixture between herby hard cheeses and creamy summer cheeses, they have gathered awards nationwide and sell cheese all over Devon.

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Climate of farm house

Climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round. The Kppen Climate Classification subtype for this climate is "Cfb" (Marine West Coast Climate/Oceanic climate).

Images of Hart Village

Holme Farm

The White Hart Public House

Stepped sides of buildings in Hart Village

Burns Close

Parting of the ways

Hart village "station", former site

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Religious sites of farm house

Parish churchThe Church of England parish church of St Mary the Virgin, at the south end of the village, is from the 13th century and is a Grade I listed building. Additions in the 14th century included the south chapel, and the tower was added in the 15th. The rectory was built in 1848 to designs of T.H. Wyatt, and the church was lightly restored by G.G. Scott in 1878.

St Mary's is part of the united benefice of St Katherine's at Holt, together with All Saints at Great Chalfield.

ChapelsA Particular Baptist chapel was built in 1806 on the east side of the common, and is still in use.

A Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in 1828 and replaced by a larger building in 1907. The chapel closed c. 2008 and is now a private home.

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Early life of farm house

Hills was born in Ashford, Kent in England on August 10, 1771. Hills married Margaret Ashby in 1794 and emigrated to the Boston, Massachusetts soon afterwards. In 1801 he moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania after receiving to design and build houses there. He was also a Duke player of the year.

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Life of farm house

Charles Frederick Augustus was the last Lord of Biesterfeld. During his reign, he had the manor's brewery moved from Schwalenberg to Biestereld and added a distillery, investing 6000 taler in this endeavour.

In 1763, he constructed a hunting lodge in the Sachsenwald forest, near Hamburg, named Friedrichsruh after himself. The nearby village was later renamed after the hunting lodge. However, the hunting lodge was demolished in 1859 to make room for a guest house. Otto von Bismarck was granted the Sachsenwald as a gratification for the foundation of the German Empire in 1871. He expanded the guest house to a castle, which was destroyed during World War II. The new manor house that took its place is still named Friedrichsruh Castle and home to the current Prince Bismarck.

The manor house and farm at Biesterfeld were demolished around 1820.

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Biography of farm house

Leroy Eugene Lawrence was born in Arlington, Vermont on June 22, 1908 and was raised in Sunderland. He attended Clarkson University and became a farmer.

A Republican, in 1934 Lawrence was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives and served one term, 1935 to 1937.

Lawrence later moved to Stamford, where he continued to farm. He served as President of the Bennington County Farm Bureau, and also held local offices including Town Meeting Moderator and Selectman.

In 1956 Lawrence was again elected to the Vermont House, serving four terms, 1957 to 1965. He was Speaker of the House in his third term, 1961 to 1963.

After leaving the legislature Lawrence converted his Stamford farm, developing homes and turning part of the property into a golf course, the Stamford Valley Golf Club.

Lawrence died in Bennington on November 17, 1997. He was cremated.

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Facilities of farm house

Holt has multiple local shops, a neighbourhood oval, sporting fields, and Kingsford Smith School on the site of the former Ginninderra High School. This school was built to accommodate over 1000 students from preschool to year ten following the closure of the former Holt primary school (now housing community organisations) and the nearby Higgins primary school. Kingsford Smith School opened in 2009 for students from preschool to year 7, with the first year 10 group graduating in 2012.

Also within Holt is the Cranleigh school, which caters for preschool and primary children with special needs. It commemorates the Cranleigh Farm of Lieutenant General James Gordon Legge that occupied the nearby area from the mid-1920s to late 1940s with the main house at the corner of Southern Cross Drive and Kingsford Smith Drive.

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Premise of farm house

Mary Pickford plays Priscilla an unemployed maid who finds work at a farm. There she meets a no-good peddler who starts flirting with her and makes her fall in love with him. He runs up a gambling bill and asks her to help him pay his debts or he won't be able to marry her.

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Local government of farm house

The civil parish elects a parish council. It is in the area of Wiltshire Council unitary authority, which is responsible for all significant local government functions.

An electoral ward of the same name exists. From Brinkworth the ward stretches west to Great Somerford and northwest to Crudwell. The ward's population at the 2011 census was 4,483.

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Prominent members of farm house

Francesc de Santcliment, majordomo of John I of Aragon;

Pere de Santcliment, bishop of Lleida;

Guillem de Santcliment, Governor of Minorca;

Frederic de Santcliment, Governor of Minorca;

Guillem Ramon de Santcliment, ambassador of the Spanish Crown.

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Transport of farm house

Winksley, even though a small village has six bus routes. The six bus routes include:

Route number 139, Ripon service

Route number 641H, school service (Fares and permits)

Route number 703H, school service (Permits only)

Route number 707H, school service (Permits only)

Route number 708H, school service (Permits only)

Route number 739H, school service (Fares and permits).The bus services 139, 641H and 739H also run via many other villages and towns; including Ripon, Grantley, Sawley, Fountains Abbey, and Markington.

Winksley does not have a railway station, but the nearest railway stations are Harrogate railway station which is 10.46 miles away and Starbeck which is 10.64 miles away.

Winksley is partially encircled by the B6265, which connects Winksley to the cathedral city of Ripon, 4.5 miles away from Winksley. The B6265, also connects Winksley to the spa town of Harrogate.

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Historical significance of farm house

The homes of David Havard and two of his brothers were used as lodging and headquarters by officers serving under George Washington, during the encampment of Washington's army at Valley Forge from December 1777 through June 1778.

Upon the arrival of the Continental Army at Valley Forge, the David Havard House served as quarters for Colonel William Bradford and Colonel Elias Boudinot, who were brothers-in-law.:121122 Bradford's older brother Thomas, a captain, arrived in January 1778, and their father, Colonel William Bradford Sr., joined them in April 1778.:123,127

General Charles Lee, who had been held prisoner by the British in New York, first arrived in Valley Forge in April 1778, after Boudinot negotiated an exchange of prisoners.:123125 He took up residence in the David Havard House on May 21, 1778, and shortly afterward, the Bradfords moved elsewhere.:127

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Transport and shopping of farm house

The Fawdon Wagonway (1818-1826) was an early cable car built by Benjamin Thompson.

Fawdon is now served by Fawdon Metro station. Fawdon Metro station stands on the site of the former Coxlodge station that was part of the Ponteland Railway. This is situated just behind the Fawdon Park Centre, a shopping centre that was built in 1967; it houses Fawdon Post Office and various shops.

In March 2008 the City Council took the decision to demolish Fawdon Park House whilst retaining the shops on the ground level. Fawdon Park House was originally built in the 1960s as part of the Fawdon Park Centre development. Tenants left in September 2009 and demolition of the building finally commenced in late 2012 following asbestos removal.

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Family of farm house

Lord Illingworth married firstly Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Holden Crothers, in 1895. They had no children and were divorced in 1926. He married secondly Margaret Mary Clare, daughter of William Basil Wilberforce, in 1931. This marriage was also childless. Illingworth died in January 1942, aged 76, when the barony became extinct. His second wife died in 1986.

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Location of farm house

The village lies at the foot of Wenlock Edge about 9.5 miles to the south-east of Shrewsbury. The A458 road Shrewsbury to Bridgnorth road goes around the village on a bypass. The village is about 105 metres (344ft) above sea level on the southern slope of an extensive bed of sand and gravel, which creates an undulating landscape to the north-east of the parish. Harley Brook runs north-east across the centre of the village.

To the south east of the village is the market town of Much Wenlock. Nearby villages include Kenley, Cressage and Homer.

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Gallery of farm house

389 Norton Parkway at Goffe Terrace (1908), gate cottage with pier and tile beaver plaque.

460 Ellsworth Ave (1912) with porte-cochre.

Italian villa, 475 Ellsworth Ave (1915), R. W. Foote.

Dutch Colonial, 517 Ellsworth Ave. (1920), Brown and VonBeren.

636 Ellsworth Ave (1938), Lewis Bowman, Bronxville.

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Boundaries of farm house

19181950: The Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras wards of one and two, and the part of ward number three lying to the north and west of a line running along the middle of Camden Road from a point where that road is intersected by the eastern boundary of the metropolitan borough to the point where that road crosses the Regent's Canal and thence westward along the middle of that canal to the western boundary of Ward number three.

19501974: The Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras wards of one, two, three and four.

19741983: The London Borough of Camden wards of Camden, Chalk Farm, Gospel Oak, Grafton, Highgate, and St John's.

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Alabama House of Representatives of farm house

James Fields was elected as a Democratic member of the Alabama House of Representatives in a special election on January 29, 2008. He was defeated for reelection in 2010 by fellow Methodist, minister Mac Buttram.

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Education of farm house

Pagel grew up in Berrien Springs, Michigan where he attended the local public schools. He is an alumnus of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. He graduated in 1976 with a degree in agricultural business. .

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Gardens of farm house

The gardens include many of Burbank's horticultural introductions, with collections of cactus, fruit trees, ornamental grasses, medicinal herbs, roses, and walnuts. Most plants are labeled with botanic and common names. The garden's greenhouse was designed and built by Burbank in 1889; Burbank's grave is nearby, underneath a Cedar of Lebanon.

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Landmarks of farm house

Even though Winksley is a small village it still attracts tourists, the Woodhouse farm is located in Winksley. It is a touring caravan, camping, and holiday home park. Winksley sits between the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors, so is perfect for fishing and country walks. The Woodhouse farm is a relatively popular campsite, particularly in the summer months; it has many facilities on site including a restaurant, a shop, a young children's play area and a newly established cycle track for mountain biking. The location of Woodhouse farm provides easy access to other tourist sites such as Ripon Cathedral, Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey, Lightwater Valley, Malham, and Studley Royal.

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Protests of farm house

Prior to Governor Deal signing HB 87 into law, numerous protesters gathered outside his office at the Georgia State Capitol, and the group Southerners on New Ground called for a boycott of the state if the bill was enacted. On July 2, 2011, a rally took place outside the State Capitol to protest the law; the size of the crowd was estimated at between 8,000 and 14,000.

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Chimney of farm house

A nearby chimney, sometimes described as a tower, is grade II listed and has been the subject of archaeological and archival investigations. It is now believed that the chimney is most likely to be the remains of a short-lived copper mining and smelting project set up by Robert Gibson in the 1780s. He was Lord of the Manor of Yealand and incorrectly assumed he had the right to mine for copper at Cragfoot, inland from the point, on land owned by the Townleys of Leighton Hall. The copper was processed in a reverberatory furnace at Jenny Brown's Point of which the remaining chimney was part. The whole operation was abandoned in 1788 after lawsuits, and Gibson died in 1791.

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Later career of farm houseBoyd was nominated for Governor of Kentucky in 1848, but declined to run and was replaced by Lazarus W. Powell. In 1852 he moved to Paducah. He was mentioned as a candidate for Vice President of the United States at the 1856 Democratic National Convention, but was never officially nominated; the eventual nominee was fellow Kentuckian John C. Breckinridge.Kentucky voters elected Boyd the 16th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky in 1859, but he died shortly thereafter. This became significant with the onset of the Civil War. Governor Beriah Magoffin, who supported slavery, secession and states' rights, became increasingly unpopular and distrusted as Kentucky sought to maintain a neutral course between the Union and the Confederate States of America. Unionists held a two-thirds majority in both houses of the Kentucky General Assembly in summer 1861 and frequently overrode Magoffin's vetos. By August 1862 Magoffin made it clear that he was willing to resign the governorship. However, due to Linn Boyd's death, the person next in line to become Governor of Kentucky was Speaker of the Senate John F. Fisk, whom Magoffin thought unacceptable. After Fisk resigned as Speaker and was replaced by James F. Robinson, Magoffin resigned. Thus, Robinson became governor and Fisk was reinstalled as Speaker of the Senate.------John Read (Connecticut politician) of farm houseJohn Reed (1633 1730) was a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from Norwalk, Connecticut Colony in the May 1715 and October 1717 sessions.He was the son of James Reed.He was an officer in Oliver Cromwell's new model army, and a soldier from the age of sixteen. When Charles II of England was restored to the throne, Reed left for America. He settled first in Providence, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. In Providence, he married Anne Samson Derby. He later moved to Rye, Province of New York, in 1684, where he lived for three or four years. He then established himself in the western part of Norwalk, at a house he built on the eastern side of the Five Mile River, north of the Old Post Road and nearly two miles from the Long Island Sound at a place called Reed's Farms. His name is found among the records of the town of Norwalk in 1687. John Reed was admitted to the bar in 1708 in Norwalk, Connecticut. His house was used for a meeting place for some years. His wife died and he married again to the Widow Scofield from Stamford.He died in Norwalk, in the ninety-eighth year of his age, in 1730, and was interred in a tomb on his own farm.------Nat Patton of farm houseNat Patton (February 26, 1881 July 27, 1957), also known as "Cousin Nat", was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from the 7th District of Texas from 1935 to 1945.Patton was born on a farm near tiny Tadmor in Houston County near Crockett in east Texas. He attended rural schools and Sam Houston Normal School in Huntsville. He taught in the rural and high schools from 1899 to 1918. He was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1912, attended law school at the University of Texas at Austin, was admitted to the bar in 1918, and began his law practice in Crockett.During the First World War, Patton enlisted in the United States Army but was never sworn in because the armistice was signed. 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Since his death the house has been vacant for long periods of time. This house is an early example of a vernacular limestone farmhouse. The two-story gable structure is composed of locally quarried finished cut stone on the public facades, the quoins, and the jambs. Rubble stone is used on the other elevations. It also features dressed lintels and window sills. Because it is located on a south facing hillside, the house has a split-level appearance. Because it shares characteristics with other stone houses built in Madison County by local stonemason Caleb Clark, he may have been responsible for its construction. The lower level of the English-style barn is composed of coursed limestone rubble, and the upper level is composed of board-and-batten siding. It is located in a German-style hill setting. The house and barn were listed together on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.------History of farm houseThe community was established in the 1870s near a bend on the Colorado River and named Bowser Bend. The community was based around the farm of Mr. Sim Witted and the local ford of the Colorado was called Whitted Crossing. They had a Farmer Alliance store, a school house, a church, a post office, and even a cotton gin, but as buildings were frequently destroyed by flooding, starting in the late 1880s when the school house burned, new buildings were erected on higher ground about a mile and a half south of Bowser Bend, with the new elevation at 1312ft. A new post office opened there in 1892 and operated until 1921, when mail came out of the Mercury Post Office, some 8 miles to the west. Today, Bowser lies near the intersection of Farm Roads 45 and 765.With the advent of good paved roads, the population shrank. By the 1980s, Bowser was mostly a ghost town, with only two abandoned residences and the old school house still standing, but the Methodist church was still in use. The Church of Christ church, the Baptist church and the Holiness tabernacle had all been torn down. However, beginning in the 1990s and following, people seeking rural locations moved into the area.------Canal and railways of farm houseThe Wilts and Berks Canal, opened in this area in 1801, completed in 1810 and abandoned in 1914, passed through the far south of the parish on its route to Swindon. Tockenham Reservoir, on both sides of the boundary with Lyneham parish, supplied the canal with water. A flight of seven locks lifted the canal over rising ground; restoration of four of these was started in 2005.The Great Western Main Line, Brunel's route from London to Bath and Bristol, was built just to the north of the canal and opened in 1841. In 1903 the more direct route to South Wales was completed with the opening of the Badminton line, diverging from the older line at Wootton Bassett and passing close to the south of Brinkworth village. Both lines are still in use.Brinkworth railway stationBrinkworth station, on the southern outskirts of the village near the road to Dauntsey and Grittenham, was opened at the same time as the Badminton Line in 1903. There were two platforms with buildings of brick and stone, a footbridge, goods yard and cattle pens, and a station master's house next to the road. Traffic (both goods and passengers) was always light and the station closed in 1961. The station was demolished but the house remains as a private residence.------Agricultural village of farm houseIn 1846 a wealthy Englishman, Herbert Vigne, bought Weltevreden. He established a freehold agricultural village on Weltevreden in 1854, keeping two small portions for himself and bequeathing the remainder of the farm as commonage. He named the village "Greyton", after Sir George Grey, the then Governor of the Cape.Village layoutThe layout of the village was designed and set out by J G Rietz, a senior surveyor at the time, and remains essentially the same with only a few changes and additions through the years. The various sized properties were made available to buyers of any race, nationality or religion at affordable prices. This was the only town in the Cape in which such land with full title deeds, water rights and grazing rights was for sale to anyone.In the 1860s Herbert married a young girl of British stock named Elizabeth Belshaw 27 years his junior. They settled on their farm, De Bos, in the village (subsequently subdivided by his heirs after his death in 1895). Within fifty years, a dedicated community of people had built houses, established businesses and smallholdings, opened a school and built two churches in the town. Here they lived together in peace, harmony and religious tolerance.------Garrett Withers of farm houseGarrett Lee Withers (June 21, 1884 April 30, 1953), a Democrat, represented Kentucky in the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.Withers was born on a farm in Webster County, Kentucky. He was admitted to the bar in 1908 and was a practicing attorney in Webster County, 1911-1953. He was elected clerk of Webster County Circuit Court and served 1910-1912, and was master commissioner there 1913-1917. He served as a member of the Kentucky Highway Commission 1932-1936; as a Referee in Bankruptcy 1941-1945; and as an appointed commissioner for the Kentucky Department of Highways 1947-1949. He was appointed on January 20, 1949, as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Alben W. Barkley to become Vice President of the United States. Withers served from January 20, 1949, to November 26, 1950. Withers was not a candidate for election to the seat to which he was appointed.Withers won election to the Kentucky House of Representatives in 1951 and then won a special election (due to the death of Rep. John A. Whitaker) on August 2, 1952 to the United States House of Representatives. He served as a Democrat in the Eighty-second Congress and was reelected to the Eighty-third Congress. He served from August 2, 1952, until his death in the naval hospital at Bethesda, Maryland on April 30, 1953.------William Alvin Pittenger of farm houseWilliam Alvin Pittenger (December 29, 1885 November 26, 1951) was a United States Representative from Minnesota's 8th congressional district. He was born on a farm near Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana and attended rural schools. Pittenger graduated from Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, in 1909, and from Harvard Law School in 1912. He was admitted to the bar in 1912 and opened a law practice in Duluth, Minnesota.Pittenger served as a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1917 to 1920, and was elected as a Republican to the 71st and 72nd congresses, serving from March 4, 1929 until March 3, 1933. He ran unsuccessfully for reelection in 1932 and resumed his practice of law in Duluth, Minnesota. He was again elected to the 74th congress, in which he served from January 3, 1935 until January 3, 1937, but was defeated in his bid for reelection to the 75th congress in 1936. He served again in the 76th, 77th, 78th, and 79th congresses, from January 3, 1939 until January 3, 1947. In 1946 he lost his bid for re-election to the 80th Congress. He made one more attempt in 1950 to reclaim his old house seat, but was defeated 63% to 37%.After his retirement from politics, Pittenger again resumed the practice of law, and died in Duluth, Minnesota, on November 26, 1951. He is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery.
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Forest View (Howard County, Maryland) of farm houseForest View is a historic building located near Marriottsville, Howard County, Maryland, United States. The farm on which this house was built was a speculative venture that was begun 18601861, which was rare for that time period. In time production at the farm ended and the property was subdivided. Unlike many Howard County farms that suffered the same fate, the house was preserved. It is a 2-story frame structure with a kitchen wing that extends out the back of the house. The original block was built in 1861, and additions have subsequently been added to the house including a second story over the kitchen wing. The Gothic Revival decorative features were added in the late 19th or early 20th century. The house's final form was realized about 1936. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017..------James Soloman Biery of farm houseJames Soloman Biery (March 2, 1839 December 3, 1904) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.James S. Biery was born on a farm in Venango County, Pennsylvania near Emlenton. He attended the district schools, a select school of the county, and the Emlenton Academy. He taught school for three years in the oil regions of Pennsylvania. He moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania, in 1861 and continued teaching for eight years. He studied theology for two years, and subsequently studied law. He was admitted to the bar in 1868 and commenced practice in Allentown. He served as a member of the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives in 1869.Biery was elected as a Republican to the Forty-third Congress. He was not a candidate for renomination in 1874. He resumed the practice of law at Allentown and also engaged in literary pursuits. He died in Allentown in 1904. Interment in Fairview Cemetery.------William and Amanda J. Ellis Farmstead Historic District of farm houseThe William and Amanda J. Ellis Farmstead Historic District is a nationally recognized historic district located near Elliott, Iowa, United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015. At the time of its nomination it contained four resources, which included two contributing buildings, and two non-contributing buildings. William and Amanda Jane Ellis owned this farm from 1882 to 1919. During that time the Queen Anne style house with Stick influences and the heavy timber frame barn were built. Both were constructed around 1900. Two garages are the non-contributing buildings.The two-story, frame house is a T-plan structure with five gables. Four of the gables are decorated with knob-like beads and rosettes. The barn is three bays wide with a broken gable type roof with shed-gables. The central section is taller than its flanking sheds. The style was popular from 1900 into the 1920s.------James Turner (Maryland politician) of farm houseJames Turner (November 7, 1783 March 28, 1861) was a United States Congressional representative from Maryland.Turner was born near Bel Air, Maryland, and completed preparatory studies at the Classic Academy of Madonna, Maryland. He was captain of militia in the War of 1812. Afterwards, he moved to Parkton, Maryland, in 1811 and established a dairy farm. He served as collector of State and county taxes in 1817, and served as a justice of the peace in 1824. He was a member of the Maryland House of Delegates from 1824 to 1833, and was elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Congresses, where he served from March 4, 1833, to March 3, 1837. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection to Congress, but he again served in the House of Delegates in 1837 and 1838 and also as member of the Maryland Senate from 1855 to 1859. He engaged in farming at Parkton until his death, and is interred in Bethel Cemetery near Madonna, Maryland.------The House of farm houseFilley built the house for his son Jay in 1834. It is a stone building, built in a Greek Revival style. The walls are made of rubblestone and multi-colored traprock. The floor plan is unusual, consisting of two intersecting wings. The primary living quarters were in the west wing. Filley's decision to build a stone house was partly motivated by the desire of his son, but he was also aware that a stone house was becoming a status symbol in the area. It would become the third stone house in Bloomfield, following a house built two year earlier by David Grant, and one built a year earlier by Francis Gillette.The house, which was added to the National Historic Register because of the work of Sharon Yusba Steinberg, is now owned by the town of Bloomfield, which is planning a restoration project.------Plot of farm houseFrancis finally recovering from a rattlesnake bite, he continues the trek to Oregon with Lottie and Billy. On their way they encounter a greenhorn English adventurer and his servants, Jason Grimes, murderous outlaws and a wagon train of men heading west to establish farms for their families. They finally find Mr. Tucket's family in the end and start all sorts of businesses with the gold and silver. Billy Becomes a trader to China. Francis and Lottie develop feelings for each other and get married. It ends by saying that Francis thinks about Mr. Grimes before he sleeps every night. It was published in 2000 by Random House.It was later turned into a five-part omnibus, entitled Tucket's Travels, along with the rest of the novels in The Tucket Adventures by Random House and released in 2003.------New York of farm houseClark-Keith House, Caledonia, New York, listed on the NRHP in Livingston CountyClark-Lester House, Lancaster, New York, listed on the NRHP in Erie CountyClark Farm Complex, Lima, New York, listed on the NRHP in Livingston CountyStarr Clark Tin Shop, Mexico, New York, listed on the NRHP in Oswego CountyEzra Clark House, Millerton, New York, listed on the NRHP in Dutchess CountyClark House (Poughkeepsie, New York), listed on the NRHP in Dutchess CountyClark-Dearstyne-Miller Inn, Rensselaer, New York, listed on the NRHP in Renssalaer CountyPeyton Clark Cottage, Saranac Lake or St. Armond, New York, listed on the NRHP in Essex CountyClark House (Syracuse, New York), listed on the NRHP in Onondaga CountyClark House (Ticonderoga, New York), listed on the NRHP in Essex CountyHulet Clark Farmstead, Westtown, New York, listed on the NRHP in Orange County------Oakham Farm of farm houseThe Oakham Farm is a historic farm at 23226 Oakham Farm Lane, near Middleburg in Loudoun County, Virginia. The farm includes 100 acres (40ha) of land north of United States Route 50, with its building complex anchored by a farmhouse built in 1847 and repeatedly altered. The main portion of the farmhouse is a 1920s three-story Classical Revival block, which has the original 1847 two-story Greek Revival house attached as an ell to one side, along with another c. 1840 structure that may have functioned as a separate kitchen. The property was first developed by the Peyton family, with its present buildings dating to the ownership of the Rogers family. During the American Civil War, Oakham was where the irregular Confederate Army unit known as Mosby's Rangers was organized.The farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.------House and gardens of farm houseGodolphin House is located at grid reference SW 601 318. The house and gardens were acquired by the National Trust in August 2007. Various events are held throughout the year. The house is approached from the north and consists of three wings around a square courtyard and the front wall of a further building on the south side. The main buildings originally stood to the south of this with two projecting wings. One room of the 16th-century remains in the east range; this has linenfold panelling. Opposite the hall range is the Jacobean range; the north side is castellated and has a loggia of seven bays on the ground floor. Stylistic features here appear to be of the mid 17th-century and suggest that the accepted date for the house of after 1712 is very unlikely. The house is available as a holiday let for approximately three weeks each month when it is not open to the public..------Williams House (New Fairfield, Connecticut) of farm houseThe Williams House is a historic single-family residence located at 5 Williams Road in New Fairfield, Connecticut. The building is a two-and-a-half-story, timber-framed house just outside of the main downtown center of New Fairfield. The date of the building's construction is unknown, as the original paperwork documenting the completion of the structure was destroyed in an 1867 fire. Various architects and historians place the construction between 1800 and 1835, and the National Park Service estimates the building was completed around 1830. The earliest known record of the building comes from an 1835 deed transfer found in neighboring Danbury.The building is significant as it shows the transition between Greek Revival and Federal-style architecture. It was noted as being part of an important farm in the early days of the town. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 4, 2014. It is one of two NRHP listings in New Fairfield, the other being the Cosier-Murphy House.------Hazen Argue of farm houseHazen Robert Argue, PC (January 6, 1921 October 2, 1991) was a Canadian politician who served in the House of Commons and the Senate. He was first elected as a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) Member of Parliament (MP) in 1945 and was the last leader of the party, from 1960 to 1961. He crossed the floor to the Liberal Party in 1962 and was defeated in 1963. In 1966 he was appointed to the Senate. He entered the federal cabinet in 1980, as the only Saskatchewan representative, with responsibilities for the Canadian Wheat Board. He is well known for being a strong proponent of the proposed Canadian annexation of the Turks and Caicos Islands. He was the first senator ever to have been charged with fraud, in 1989. The charges were eventually dropped as he had been suffering from cancer for a year; he died shortly thereafter in 1991------The Tuleyries of farm houseThe Tuleyries is an ante-bellum estate near White Post, Virginia. The complex was built around 1833 by Colonel Joseph Tuley, Jr., who made the name a pun on his name and the Tuileries Palace. The house is a late Federal style mansion with a domed entrance hall. The house was sold by the Tuley family to Colonel Upton L. Boyce in 1866. In 1903 the property was acquired by Graham F. Blandy, who left over two-thirds of the land to the University of Virginia on his death in 1926. That land is now known as the Blandy Experimental Farm and The Virginia State Arboretum. The remaining property and house remained in the Blandy family. As well as twenty acres of lawn and garden the property includes a further three hundred and eighty six acres of forest and farm.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.------Binks Hess House and Barn of farm houseThe Binks Hess House and Barn are a historic farm property in Marcella, Arkansas. Located just east of Arkansas Highway 14 on Partee Drive, it is a 1-1/2 story dogtrot house, with a side gable roof, weatherboard siding, and a stone pier foundation. A single-story porch, supported by square posts, stands in front of the open breezeway section, which is finished in flushboarding, at the center of the east-facing main facade. An ell extends to the rear. Behind the house stands the barn, built on a transverse crib plan with side shed-roof additions. Both house and barn were built about 1871 for Binks Hess, brother of Marcella's founder Thomas. The barn is believed to be the oldest in Stone County, and the first to use sawn lumber in its construction.The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
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An Introduction to farm houseFloyd James Fithian (November 3, 1928 June 27, 2003) was an American educator and politician who served as a United States Representative from Indiana as a Democrat. He was one of the forty nine Watergate Babies who won election to the House of Representatives in the wake of the Watergate scandal during the 1974 House elections with Fithian himself defeating Earl Landgrebe, who became infamous for his stalwart defense of President Richard Nixon.Floyd was one of fourteen members of the House Select Committee on Assassinations and believed that Kennedy's assassination was orchestrated by members of organized crime.Career of farm houseEarly politicsDuring the 1968 presidential election he served as an associate Tippecanoe County coordinator for Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign. Afterwards he served as an associate Tippecanoe County coordinator for Birch Bayh's reelection campaign in Indiana's Senate race.During the 1970 midterm elections he served as Tippecanoe County coordinator for Philip A. Sprague's house campaign against incumbent Republican Earl Landgrebe and as president of the 2nd District Win-Dems organization. Landgrebe narrowly defeated Sprague in the general election by only 1,204 votes, but he was the first Democratic congressional nominee to win Tippecanoe County since the 1930s. He was also selected to be one of the Democratic nominees for Tippecanoe County's three council seats by the county Democratic Central Committee, but came in fourth place.United States House of RepresentativesFithian ran for Indiana's Second Congressional District during the 1972 elections and won the Democratic nomination. In the general election Landgrebe easily defeated him by riding off of the coattails of Richard Nixon's landslide victory in the 1972 presidential election and in Indiana where he received 66.11% of the vote statewide against George McGovern and received 72,000 more votes than Landgrebe in the second congressional district.During the Watergate scandal Landgrebe was a stalwart defender of Nixon and stated "Don't confuse me with the facts. I've got a closed mind. I will not vote for impeachment. I'm going to stick with my president even if he and I have to be taken out of this building and shot." in response to why he would not listen to or read the transcript of the "smoking gun" tape that was released on August 5, 1974 and documented Nixon's complicity in the Watergate coverup. Landgrebe received a massive backlash from voters in his district for his support of Nixon and was resoundingly defeated in the 1974 election in a rematch with Fithian. Fithian easily defeated Landgrebe in a landslide with 101,856 votes to 64,950 votes becoming the first Democratic candidate to win in Indiana's Second Congressional district since George R. Durgan in the 1932 elections when the Democrats also saw a landslide victory nationally.In the 1976 elections the Indiana Republican Party ran a slate of candidates to defeat Fithian in the general election and retake the formerly strong Republican seat and chose Assistant Secretary of Agriculture William Erwin out of a five-man primary. However, Fithian won reelection with 54.75% of the vote against Erwin. In the 1978 elections Fithian saw his second largest margin of victory, behind his victory against Landgrebe in 1974 due to the Watergate scandal hurting Republicans, due to Republicans running Jay Philip Oppenheim, a failed primary candidate in the district from the 1976 attempt to unseat Fithian, who had little name recognition and with William Costas, a Republican turned independent, taking votes from Oppenhiem gave Fithian a 20.28% margin of victory. Despite the Republicans performing well nationally in the 1980 elections and in Indiana, Fithian was able to win reelection by 8%.In 1975 he introduced a balanced budget constitutional amendment, but it failed to gain any traction. In 1977 he supported the TorrijosCarter Treaties which would give control of the Panama Canal to Panama in 1999 despite the majority of his district being against it. In 1976 he sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld asking him to demand former Air Force Undersecretary James W. Plummer's resignation as executive vice president of Lockheed Corporation due to the conflict of interests that would be created. In 1982 he reintroduced the Equal Rights Amendment which had failed to be ratified by 38 states before its deadline, but it failed to pass.During his tenure, Fithian served on the House Small Business Committee, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, the House Committee on Agriculture and the House Committee on Government Operations where he served on the House Select Committee on Assassinations to investigated the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.1982 U.S. Senate electionIn 1982 Indiana lost a congressional district after the 1980 Census and Fithian's district was split into more conservative territory. Fithian criticized the reapportionment and brought up that according to the apportionment formula Indiana was entitled to 10.574 congressional districts and New Mexico was entitled to 2.505 congressional districts yet despite the Indianan figure being higher Indiana was losing a district and New Mexico was gaining a district.On July 13, 1981 Fithian announced that he would retire from the House and would not seek reelection in either the 3rd, 5th, or 7th congressional districts or challenge Senator Richard Lugar and would instead run for Secretary of State. However, on February 16, 1982 he announced that he would seek the Democratic nomination for Senator to challenge Lugar in the 1982 election. In the Democratic primary he faced Indiana State Senator Michael Kendall, who he earlier encouraged to run for the Senate who he defeated with 59% of the vote.On November 2, 1982, he was defeated by Lugar who won with 54% of the vote against Fithian's 46% and won by 149,901 votes.Post-House careerAfter his defeat he served as Chief of Staff for Illinois Senator Paul Simon from 1983 to 1992, and worked as the campaign manager for Simon's 1988 presidential campaign. Fithian also worked for Senator Lloyd Bentsen as the finance director when he was the head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee from 1983 to 1985. After working for Simon, he joined the Department of Agriculture working as Secretary of the Farm Credit Administration. In 1991 Oliver Stone's JFK, a political thriller based on the investigation into the Kennedy assassination by Jim Garrison, to critical acclaim although it was criticized for its historical inaccuracies and Floyd criticized the film for its manipulation of the past. On March 14, 2003 he joined seventy two other former congressmembers and signed a letter asking President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair to give more time to the United Nations inspectors in Iraq.On June 27, 2003 Fithian died at his retirement home in Annandale, Virginia after suffering from Parkinson's disease and was interred in Arlington National Cemetery.Early life of farm houseFloyd James Fithian was born in Vesta, Nebraska on November 3, 1928 and graduated from Vesta High School in 1947. In 1951 he became the first in his family to graduate from college when he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Peru State College in Peru, Nebraska. He enlisted into the United States Navy in the same year and rose to the rank of lieutenant by the time he left in 1955. However, he continued to serve in the United States Navy Reserve, retiring in 1971 as a commander.While in the navy, Fithian was able to attend the University of Nebraska, where he received his Master of Arts in 1955 and, after teaching at a high school from 1956 to 1959, a Ph.D. in American history in 1964 from the same institution. He taught briefly at Nebraska Wesleyan University and moved to Lafayette, Indiana in 1964 to become an associate professor of history at Purdue University. During his time at Purdue, he managed and operated a small farm in Tippecanoe County.
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Grand National of farm houseAmberleigh House won the 2004 Grand National, evoking memories of Red Rum's previous triumphs for trainer Ginger McCain. A 16/1 chance on the day, he was racing 20 lengths behind the leading trio of Clan Royal, Hedgehunter, and Lord Atterbury with four fences remaining. Hedgehunter then suffered a tired fall, and Clan Royal nearly took the wrong course. With Lord Atterbury tiring, Graham Lee brought Amberleigh House down the outside to grab the lead inside the final furlong and win by three lengths.Amberleigh House made his Grand National debut in 2001, being brought down in a melee at the 8th fence, the Canal Turn.Since then, Amberleigh House competed in four more Grand Nationals, ridden by Graham Lee on each occasion. In total, he raced 11 times over the National fences (including races shorter than the Grand National) and never fell.Grand National Results2001 (Brought Down 8th)2003 Third2004 Winner2005 Tenth2006 Pulled up------Allison Woods of farm houseAllison Woods is a historic rural retreat and national historic district located near Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina. It encompasses six contributing buildings, four contributing sites, and three contributing structures on a gentleman's farm developed by William Locke Allison between about 1926 and 1939. The district includes natural woodlands and water features and the developed landscape to include the stream course with impoundments and Lower Lake. The built features are of brick or stone construction, with some representative of the Bungalow / American Craftsman style. They include the spring house (c. 1927-1928), Upper Mill House (c. 1928), smokehouse (c. 1930), Farm Manager's House (1928-1929), silo and barn foundation (c. 1938-1939), 19th century log cabin (c. 1932), Lower Mill House (c. 1933), ice house (c. 1936-1937), and windmill (c. 1928) In 2015 and 2016, it hosted a camporee between Charlotte Scouts BSA troops 33 and 118. Troop 118 won both years.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.------William Addams of farm houseWilliam Addams (April 11, 1777 May 30, 1858) was a Pennsylvania State Representative and United States Congressman. He was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in 1777.He moved to Berks County, Pennsylvania near Reading, and served as auditor there in 1813 and 1814. He then served on the Berks County commission from 1814 through 1817. In 1822, he was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving in that body through 1824. In 1825, he won election to the United States Congress as a Democrat, where he served through 1829. Upon leaving the Congress, he served on the commission for the Deaf and Blind Institution for the states of New York and Ohio. He also served as an associate judge of Berks County from 1839 through 1842, and as a captain in the Reading City Troop. Outside of government, he worked pursuing farm interests. He died in Spring Township, Pennsylvania, in 1858, and is buried in St. John's Church Cemetery, in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania.------Jonas G. Howard of farm houseJonas George Howard (May 22, 1825 October 5, 1911) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.Born on a farm near New Albany, Indiana, Howard attended private school, Indiana Asbury College (now De Pauw University), Greencastle, Indiana, and Louisville (Kentucky) Law School.He was graduated from the law department of Indiana University at Bloomington in 1851.He was admitted to the bar in 1852 and commenced the practice of law in Jeffersonville, Indiana.City attorney of Jeffersonville in 1854, 1865 from 1871 to 1873, and 1877-1879.He served as a member of the city council 1859-1863.He served as a member of the State house of representatives 1863-1866.Howard was elected as a Democrat to the Forty-ninth and Fiftieth Congresses (March 4, 1885 March 3, 1889).He was an unsuccessful candidate for renomination in 1888.He returned to Jeffersonville, Indiana, where he resumed the practice of law.He also engaged in agricultural pursuits.He died in Jeffersonville, Indiana, October 5, 1911.He was interred in Walnut Ridge Cemetery.------U.S. Congressman of farm houseIn 1833, Boyd lost his first campaign for the United States House of Representatives. In 1835 he was elected to the House and served there until 1837, when a Whig landslide resulting from the Panic of 1837 cost him his seat.Kentucky voters of the First Congressional District soon returned Boyd to the House, and he would serve from 1839 through 1855. He was a strong supporter of President Andrew Jackson. Boyd played a key role in maneuvering the annexation of Texas through Congress during the term of President John Tyler in 1845. Boyd was also important in getting the Compromise of 1850, chiefly credited to Henry Clay, passed through Congress. Largely though his prominence in shepherding the compromise to passage, Boyd was elected Speaker of the House in 1851 and held that office until 1855.While in the House, he sufficiently impressed his colleague Charles S. Benton that he named his son, the future inventor and businessman Linn Boyd Benton, after him.------Poor House and Methodist Cemetery of farm houseThe Poor House and Methodist Cemetery (also known as the "Falmouth Work House" or "Poor Farm" or "Town Infirmary" or "Falmouth Artist Colony") is an historic poor house and cemetery on 744 Main Street in Falmouth, Massachusetts. It served the poor and mentally ill from 1812 until 1963. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, along with the Methodist Burial Ground next door where many Poor House residents were subsequently buried.The building is owned by the Town of Falmouth, and is called the Edward Marks Jr. Building. Since1963, at different points it housed the Falmouth Retirement System and the Falmouth Historical Commission. The building used to be the home of the Falmouth Artists Guild prior to the construction of the Falmouth Art Center. At present it is vacant.A list of those interred in the cemetery and photographs of many of the monuments is maintained by Find A Grave------William Simonton of farm houseWilliam Simonton (February 12, 1788 May 17, 1846) was a Whig member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.William Simonton was born in West Hanover Township, Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to Dr. William Simonton and Jane Wiggins. He graduated from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia in 1810 and practiced his profession while residing on his farm near Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. Simonton was elected auditor of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in 1823 and served three years. He was one of the original supporters of the free-school system established by the act of 1834.Simonton was elected as a Whig to the Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh Congresses. He died in South Hanover Township, Pennsylvania, in 1846. Interment in the Old Hanover Cemetery, north of Shellsville, Pennsylvania.One of his sons, Ashbel Green Simonton, was a Presbyterian minister and the first missionary to settle a Protestant Church in Brazil.------Andrew Ten Eyck House of farm houseThe Andrew Ten Eyck House is a historic farm house built as a single-bedroom home for Andrew and Mary Ten Eyck, a Dutch couple in 1790. The house is located on Old York Road in Branchburg Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. It was used as a tenant residence for more than 100 years, which is why much of its historic character was kept. The house was greatly expanded in 1914.In the early 1990s, the house and the land near it was purchased to create the Murray Corporate Center. When the developer proposed that the house be demolished, members of the community formed the Branchburg Historical Society for the purpose of saving the house.In recent years, the house has been restored and is set to be a local-history museum. The back of the house portion will be used as a meeting space.------Dasher Farm of farm houseThe Dasher Farm is a historic farm located in Columbia, Howard County, Maryland, now part of the Rouse Company land development.Hammond Dorsey operated Elkhorn plantation on the site. He split the property among his heirs into 90-acre parcels, one of which was purchased by Maureen and Dora Dasher in 1919 creating the Dasher Farm. M.E. Dasher and sons expanded the property to 480 acres in 1949.A stone springhouse with stucco is the sole remaining historical building, left in an unpreserved state.The Dasher Green neighborhood of the Village of Owen Brown is named for the 670-acre Dasher family farm purchased in May 1963 by one of the Rouse Company land acquisition entities. In 1971 the stone farm house was destroyed by fire. The farm was systematically reduced in size between 1971 and 1978, with the last parcel sold for development in 1996. All buildings were demolished to build townhouses named "Cradlerock Farm". Street names are taken from the works of John Greenleaf Whittier.------Horticultural landmark of farm houseIn 2004, River Farm was designated a Horticultural Landmark by the American Society for Horticultural Science. This recognition was due to the ability to retain its historic character while at the same time showcasing the best and most environmentally responsible gardening practices. Horticultural Landmark features include vistas stretching down to the Potomac River as well as its artful blend of naturalistic and formal gardens that offer year-round delight to visitors of all ages. In addition, there are extensive and creative play areas for children, demonstration gardens for both edible and ornamental plants, a four-acre meadow, and scenic resting places for picnickers, artists, and romantics. Other highlights include two small buildings with planted "living" roofs, one of the largest Osage-orange trees in the nation, an orchard, a grove of rare Franklinia trees, and frequent sightings of bald eagles, bluebirds, foxes, and other wildlife------Hugh T. Rinehart of farm houseBorn in 1813, Hugh T. Rinehart was raised on a farm in Tazewell County, Virginia. At the age of twenty, approximately three years after being apprenticed to a blacksmith, he married the former Juliana Godfrey, also a native of Tazewell County. Three years later, they moved to Union Township where he carved a farm out of the wilderness; they were among the first settlers of what today is eastern Auglaize County. Juliana lived on the farm until her death in 1881 and Hugh until 1891.:766 Rinehart was a leading member of Auglaize County society as well as a longtime local politician: he served as a justice of the peace for fifteen years and was twice an unsuccessful candidate for a seat in the Ohio General Assembly.:767 He was also one of the original county commissioners elected at the organization of Auglaize County in 1848.:410.------Ohio House of Representatives of farm houseWith incumbent Michelle Schneider unable to run due to term limits, Maag was one of three who sought to replace her. He ended up winning the primary with about 40% of the electorate. Because of no Democrat being fielded for the 35th District in 2008, Maag was uncontested in the general election.In his first reelection bid, Maag again faced primary opposition from fellow Republican Ginger Kubala, however was victorious by over 5,000 votes. He was easily reelected in the 2010 general election. Currently, Maag serves on the committees of Finance and Appropriations and its Primary and Secondary Education Subcommittee; State Government and Elections (as vice chair); Education; and Ways and Means. He also serves on the Warren County Transportation Improvement District Board of Trustees.In 2012, Maag won a third term, now representing the 62nd district, with 71.05% of the vote over Democrat Mike Kassalen. He won a final term before facing term limits in 2014 with almost 72% of the vote.------Origins of farm houseIn 1320 Pope John XXII licensed Thomas Wake, of Liddell in Cumberland (who inherited the manor of Cottingham in 1300), to found an Augustinian monastery in Cottingham incorporating the church there. Some records suggest that the first Priory was actually built, and that canons of the house of Bourne in the Diocese of Lincoln had taken up residence there when legal complications arose.It was discovered that, because of certain statutes of English law, Thomas Wake's heirs or successors would have been able to order the future demolition of the Priory. It was for this reason that the Pope granted further licence that the Priory should be moved to another suitable location, so it was with permission from both the Pope and Edward II that Thomas Wake moved the monastery to Newton a now deserted medieval village two miles south of Cottingham.
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An Introduction to farm houseOrford House is a country house in the small medieval hamlet of Ugley, Essex, EnglandEarly history of farm houseOriginally envisioned as a studio and record label; Matt Shelton, Bo Barber, Michael Gibbs and Jeff Davis built a small studio into a family farm house of Shelton's in 1998. During this time they did demos for several Valdosta, Georgia bands under the name Black and Blue Studios, one of these bands was Life Before, an early wave melodic hardcore band fronted by John Giddens and guitarist Judson Parker (also of Cinema, Another Dying Friend, and French Connection fame). The demo, simply entitled "Summer Demo", quickly led to ramping up the record label side of the idea with Giddens and Shelton wanting to put out a full-length record for Life Before.Geographically, the farm house was located on a stretch of family land that had been in Shelton's family since the Civil War, it was called Indianola. With the Life Before project gearing up, a name for the record label was needed and Indianola Records was chosen.During this time, the studio side of the project was abandoned and Indianola Records released 3 albums: Life Before "Reflections on Tomorrow", Wisenbaker "Contemplating Whether or Not to Tell You, I Love You" and a compilation of artists entitled "Somewhere Between Glory and Despair". John Giddens became heavily involved with these releases and was made a co-owner. Two demo tracks from Evergreen Terrace appeared on "Somewhere Between Glory and Depair".Biography of farm houseJohn William Merrow, son of Moses H. and Ella R. A. (Proctor) Merrow, was born in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Known throughout his life as "Will," to distinguish him from his at-the-time better-known uncle, John Francis Merrow, he graduated from New Hampton Literary Institute (now known as New Hampton School) in 1892 and from the New Hampton Commercial College in 1893. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1897 with an A.B. degree and later attended the architectural course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.His first professional association was with the architectural firm of Wheelwright & Haven in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1900, he was the architect of the East Blue Hill Library in East Blue Hill, Maine, designed in the American Craftsman style. In 1990, this structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Also in 1900, he redesigned the interior of the New Hampton Community Church on Main Street in New Hampton, New Hampshire.He was employed by his uncle Frederick Freeman Proctor (popularly known as "F. F. Proctor"), owner of Proctor Theatrical Enterprises in New York City, designing and "supervising the building of numerous theatres in and out of the city, in addition to keeping all of the houses owned by Mr. Proctor up to modern requirements and standards". In 1905, he was the architect of Proctor's Palace Theatre and Proctor's Palace Roof Theatre, on Market Street between Halsey and Washington Streets, in Newark, New Jersey. This was one of the rare "double decker" theatres, an eight-story complex with a large 2,300-seat theatre at ground level and a smaller theatre of about 900 seats occupying the top four floors beneath the roof. This theatre is described more fully in Warren G. Harris's article under Frederick Freeman Proctor.After 1909, he was the architect of Frederick Freeman Proctor's 1,100-acre (4km2) country estate, known as "Proctoria," in Central Valley, New York. He remodeled the old farm house, designed cottages for each of Proctor's two daughters, and created several lakes. The estate was purchased during World War II by the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, for use as a recreation center for cadets. In 1973, the USMA transferred the estate's locally famous gatehouse complex (designed by Merrow) and the adjacent land to the Woodbury Historical Society in Highland Mills, New York.In 1921, he designed the Theta Delta Chi fraternity house in Hanover, New Hampshire on the basis of plans created by Arthur Bradley Barnes.John William Merrow never married. He was a member of the New York Athletic Club, Dartmouth Club, Technology Club of New York, Theta Delta Chi fraternity, and the Union Lodge of Masons in Bristol, New Hampshire. At the time of his death, he was living in New York City. He is buried in the Merrow family lot in the New Hampton Village Cemetery, New Hampton, New Hampshire.
Information About East Stour, Dorset
East Stour is a village and civil parish in the county of Dorset in southern England. It lies within the North Dorset administrative district, about 2 miles (3.2km) south of the town of Gillingham. The village is sited half a mile from the east bank of the River Stour in the Blackmore Vale and two miles west of the broadly conical local landmark Duncliffe Hill (210 m). Above the west bank of the river, about a mile away, is the village of West Stour. The A30 London to Penzance road passes through the village. In the 2011 census the civil parish had a population of 573..• Other Related Knowledge of farm houseExtant buildings of farm houseThere are three buildings from the 19th century still standing on the island: The Schoolhouse, the Humphrey farm house, and the Stone House. The Stone House is located in the northeast corner of the island, while the Humphrey house and Schoolhouse are both in the middle of the island, closer to the northern shore.SchoolhouseThe Grenadier Island Schoolhouse is located in the middle of the island. It has a single room with an outhouse situated behind it. In the early 20th century it had around 13 students. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.Humphrey farm houseThe Humphrey farm house, also known as the "Carbide House", was a two-story home with a basement and an attic. The house has been abandoned for many decades, and has been gradually falling in upon itself for many years (as of 2014).------The Raid of farm houseThe cadres attacked the houses on the farm which housed the farm's labour force, composed of black Rhodesians. The cadres rounded up the workers and their families before they opened fire indiscriminately on the men, women and children. Twelve men and women and two children were killed and twelve wounded. Two of the wounded died later in hospital. The sound of gunfire woke up Mr Sleigh and his sixteenyearold son, Cornel Sleigh, when they left their house they saw that the cadres had set fire to their farm's workers compound after they had shot the workers and their families. Mr Sleigh and Cornel Sleigh opened fire on the terrorists, with guns that they kept in their house for protection, and the terrorists fled into the bush, firing a few shots as they went.------Later history of farm houseSince Ask is located only 4 kilometres (2.5mi) northwest of Bergen (across the Byfjorden), around the years 1880-1890 there was a resurgence in the popularity of Ask as a vacation destination from Bergen. As a result, there were increases in commercial cargo and passenger transport by steamboat. The "Fridtjof" was one of the boats that went into between Ask and Bergen.When the road to Kleppest was constructed around 1950, the traffic at the Ask harbour decreased.The writer, Amalie Skram's first husband, Captain Bernt Ulrik August Mller, bought a watermill in the area and they lived there for some years.Emanuel Jger started commercial strawberry production. He sent his strawberries to Fleischer's Hotel at Voss. The strawberries were of the German type "Sieger" (victory) and these was very popular throughout the area in the last century.------Early life and education of farm houseField was born in Watertown, New York, the son of William Field and Rebecca (Wheelock) Field. He moved with his parents to Cato, New York, and attended public schools and graduated from the academy in Victor, New YorkIn 1844, he moved to Detroit, Michigan, and engaged in mercantile and agricultural pursuits. Here he married Mary Kercheval whose father, Benjamin Kercheval (1793-1855), had been an officer in the War of 1812. He built a house on Field Avenue which his mother-in-law thought was too far from the center of town. He operated the Detroit Glass Works and the Detroit Hoop Manufacturing Company. In 1865, he was instrumental in establishing the Michigan State Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and helped create state laws relating to the humane treatment of animals. He is credited with helping establish an art museum in Detroit, and helping establish public drinking fountains in Detroit in 1871. Field served as Alderman of Detroit from 1863-1865.------Early life and family of farm houseJohn B. Clarke was born in Brooksville, Kentucky on April 14, 1833. He was the son of John and Mary (Blades) Clarke.Clarke studied under Harvey King in the common schools of Augusta, Kentucky and at Augusta (Kentucky) College. In 1851, he left school to return to his father's farm. During the winters of 1851 and 1852, he taught at a local school. For three years, he studied law under Judge Joseph Doniphan of Augusta. After examination by two local judges, he was admitted to the bar on April 20, 1854.Clarke married Cordelia A. Robertson, and the couple had six children Bion Clarke, William R. Clarke, John B. Clarke, Cordelia Clark, Harry Clarke, and Clarence Clarke. After the marriage, the family moved to Rockport, Indiana, where Clarke commenced practice in January 1885. By September 1855, Clarke's wife had become ill, and the family returned Brooksville on December 10, 1855, where Clarke continued the practice of law.------Early settlement of farm houseUntil the end of the 19th century Bellingdon consisted of a number of scattered farms including Bank, Peppetts, Bellingdon End, Bloomfield, Huge, Hazeldean and Vale Farms which were built in the late 16th or early 17th-century. The abundance of clay deposits led to a number of brickworks being established in the 19th century, two of which were: Bellingdon brickworks (now HG Matthews) in 1891 and another at Bloomfield Farm in 1899, then in the 20th century on Gyles Road and Oak Lane.Bakers brickyard, known as Lower Kiln, was situated opposite Huge Farm and was owned by the Baker family for three generations since 1899 when Joseph Baker the youngest son of the brickmaking Bakers from nearby Wigginton bought the brickyard for 5 from a Mr Clarke. Joseph, followed by his son William and then Williams sons made bricks here until they ran out of clay in 1964. They were well known in the area for the excellent quality of their bricks.------Themes and literary significance of farm houseA Grass Rope was awarded the Carnegie Medal for 1957. One of William Mayne's earlier novels, it shares several features with his other books of the period. These include an unusual treasure hunt, a problem to be resolved, the lack of "heroes" or "villains", and the slow revelation of character through dialogue. It followed Mayne's The World Upside Down (1954) in being partly set in Vendale, also the scene of Earthfasts (1966) which is known for its TV adaptation. The emphasis on the geographical setting, as seen through the eyes of a child, is also typical of Mayne's style. It has been said that his stories grow inevitably out of their settings. The resolution of the novel provides a satisfactory balance of old and new, traditional story and modern fact, magic and science. There is strong use of authentic North Yorkshire dialect in the bookthe expressions are either clear from the context or unobtrusively explained------Visiting today of farm houseToday, hired farm hands raise organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers for subscribing households in a Community Supported Agriculture program. The guided tour includes the farmyard and cemetery, where six generations of Caseys are buried. The farm is owned by Historic New England.The education personnel at Casey Farm also offer numerous programs for children during the school year and the summer. Staff members, which Historic New England calls "farm teachers," host various programs in the fall and springtime for schoolchildren. Casey Farm also partners with schools across Rhode Island by giving teachers and their students the opportunity to raise and hatch chicks in incubators each year. They call this partnership "Project Chick." During the summer, Historic New England has various summer camp offerings at Casey Farm for children between the ages of 3 and 13. These camps include week-long day programs and single-day programs.------Political career of farm houseFrom 1922 to 1925, West served as district attorney for Texas's 28th judicial district and later as assistant district attorney from 1927 to 1930. He won his first public office in 1930 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives where he served as a Democrat from 1930 to 1933. In 1933 West became a U.S. Representative when he was elected to replace John Nance Garner after his resignation (due to Garner being elected Vice President). He was later reelected to seven of his own terms in congress. He was reelected unopposed in 1942, 1944, and 1946 and did not stand for reelection in 1948. He died in office on October 28, 1948. He was a longtime resident of Brownsville, Texas where his body was buried in Buena Vista Cemetery. Future U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Treasury Lloyd Bentsen won the special election to fill West's vacant seat------Outside Rome of farm houseExtraterritorial propertyPapal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, the Gardens of the Villa Cybo, Villa Barberini plus adjacent gardens, the summer estate of the Pontificio Collegio Urbano di Propaganda Fide and the papal farm between the towns of Castel Gandolfo and Albano Laziale (around 55 hectares or 140 acres).Area of Santa Maria di Galeria, where the antennae of Vatican Radio are located. The area was ceded by Italy to the Holy See in an agreement in 1951.Non-extraterritorial propertyThe Basilica of the Holy House (Santa Casa) at Loreto, Province of Ancona.The Basilica of St Francis at Assisi, Province of Perugia.The Basilica of St Anthony at Padua, Province of Padua.The Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope, Graham County, Arizona.The Fundamental Accord, signed in 1993, grants property rights and tax exemptions to the Holy See over various Christian holy sites in Israel, but the agreement was never finalized because of diplomatic problems between the Vatican and Israeli governments.------Flora and fauna of farm houseThe main species of trees in the woods include English oak, sessile oak, hornbeam, beech, silver birch, wild service tree, aspen, rowan, field maple, crack willow, wild cherry, hazel and holly.Wild flowers are also in abundance around the woods, and include common knapweed, harebell, rosebay willowherb, heather, bluebell, woodanemone, yellow archangel, snowdrops and honeysuckle.According to the London Borough of Hillingdon, the most common species' of birds found within the woods are mute swan, Canada goose, robin, green woodpecker, jay, nuthatch, lesser spotted woodpecker, greater spotted woodpecker, cuckoo, sparrowhawk, tree creeper, tawny owl, willow tit and woodcock.Cattle are grazed in Poor's Field each year to maintain the level of the vegetation. Wild mammals include foxes, hedgehogs, stoats, weasels, mink, grey squirrels and badgers. Several species of bat also live in the woods.------Retirement of farm houseAfter being pulled up in the 2006 Grand National, Amberleigh House was retired.Amberleigh House lived out his retirement at the National Stud in Newmarket and later, on a farm outside Chester where he was looked after by the trainer Lisa Williamson. He took part in a parade of former winners before the 2017 Grand National but suffered an attack of colic a week later. He died on 27 April at the age of 25. Williamson explained "We did everything we could to save him. He was operated on but unfortunately he didn't make it. He's enjoyed a very happy retirement with me in Cheshire. He has been very busy with his public appearances and it was nice that his last one was on Grand National day".------Castle site of farm houseThe castle had an uncommon round donjon that was five stories tall. The southern side of the tower was destroyed during the 1451 war, but the northern side remains intact and still reaches its original height. The tower walls are up to 1.5m (4.9ft) thick. Fireplaces, two garderobes and sitting places by the windows show that the third and fourth stories were permanently inhabited. The top of the tower was crowned with crenellations and a sloping wooden roof that was protected by the stone battlements.The tower was surrounded by a stone ring wall that was about 3m (9.8ft) larger than the tower. The rectangular outer bailey was to the south-west of the round tower. It was defended by steep slopes and a ditch. Very little of the ring wall or outer bailey still remain.
Information About East Stour, Dorset
East Stour is a village and civil parish in the county of Dorset in southern England. It lies within the North Dorset administrative district, about 2 miles (3.2km) south of the town of Gillingham. The village is sited half a mile from the east bank of the River Stour in the Blackmore Vale and two miles west of the broadly conical local landmark Duncliffe Hill (210 m). Above the west bank of the river, about a mile away, is the village of West Stour. The A30 London to Penzance road passes through the village. In the 2011 census the civil parish had a population of 573..• Other Related Knowledge of farm houseExtant buildings of farm houseThere are three buildings from the 19th century still standing on the island: The Schoolhouse, the Humphrey farm house, and the Stone House. The Stone House is located in the northeast corner of the island, while the Humphrey house and Schoolhouse are both in the middle of the island, closer to the northern shore.SchoolhouseThe Grenadier Island Schoolhouse is located in the middle of the island. It has a single room with an outhouse situated behind it. In the early 20th century it had around 13 students. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.Humphrey farm houseThe Humphrey farm house, also known as the "Carbide House", was a two-story home with a basement and an attic. The house has been abandoned for many decades, and has been gradually falling in upon itself for many years (as of 2014).------The Raid of farm houseThe cadres attacked the houses on the farm which housed the farm's labour force, composed of black Rhodesians. The cadres rounded up the workers and their families before they opened fire indiscriminately on the men, women and children. Twelve men and women and two children were killed and twelve wounded. Two of the wounded died later in hospital. The sound of gunfire woke up Mr Sleigh and his sixteenyearold son, Cornel Sleigh, when they left their house they saw that the cadres had set fire to their farm's workers compound after they had shot the workers and their families. Mr Sleigh and Cornel Sleigh opened fire on the terrorists, with guns that they kept in their house for protection, and the terrorists fled into the bush, firing a few shots as they went.------Later history of farm houseSince Ask is located only 4 kilometres (2.5mi) northwest of Bergen (across the Byfjorden), around the years 1880-1890 there was a resurgence in the popularity of Ask as a vacation destination from Bergen. As a result, there were increases in commercial cargo and passenger transport by steamboat. The "Fridtjof" was one of the boats that went into between Ask and Bergen.When the road to Kleppest was constructed around 1950, the traffic at the Ask harbour decreased.The writer, Amalie Skram's first husband, Captain Bernt Ulrik August Mller, bought a watermill in the area and they lived there for some years.Emanuel Jger started commercial strawberry production. He sent his strawberries to Fleischer's Hotel at Voss. The strawberries were of the German type "Sieger" (victory) and these was very popular throughout the area in the last century.------Early life and education of farm houseField was born in Watertown, New York, the son of William Field and Rebecca (Wheelock) Field. He moved with his parents to Cato, New York, and attended public schools and graduated from the academy in Victor, New YorkIn 1844, he moved to Detroit, Michigan, and engaged in mercantile and agricultural pursuits. Here he married Mary Kercheval whose father, Benjamin Kercheval (1793-1855), had been an officer in the War of 1812. He built a house on Field Avenue which his mother-in-law thought was too far from the center of town. He operated the Detroit Glass Works and the Detroit Hoop Manufacturing Company. In 1865, he was instrumental in establishing the Michigan State Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and helped create state laws relating to the humane treatment of animals. He is credited with helping establish an art museum in Detroit, and helping establish public drinking fountains in Detroit in 1871. Field served as Alderman of Detroit from 1863-1865.------Early life and family of farm houseJohn B. Clarke was born in Brooksville, Kentucky on April 14, 1833. He was the son of John and Mary (Blades) Clarke.Clarke studied under Harvey King in the common schools of Augusta, Kentucky and at Augusta (Kentucky) College. In 1851, he left school to return to his father's farm. During the winters of 1851 and 1852, he taught at a local school. For three years, he studied law under Judge Joseph Doniphan of Augusta. After examination by two local judges, he was admitted to the bar on April 20, 1854.Clarke married Cordelia A. Robertson, and the couple had six children Bion Clarke, William R. Clarke, John B. Clarke, Cordelia Clark, Harry Clarke, and Clarence Clarke. After the marriage, the family moved to Rockport, Indiana, where Clarke commenced practice in January 1885. By September 1855, Clarke's wife had become ill, and the family returned Brooksville on December 10, 1855, where Clarke continued the practice of law.------Early settlement of farm houseUntil the end of the 19th century Bellingdon consisted of a number of scattered farms including Bank, Peppetts, Bellingdon End, Bloomfield, Huge, Hazeldean and Vale Farms which were built in the late 16th or early 17th-century. The abundance of clay deposits led to a number of brickworks being established in the 19th century, two of which were: Bellingdon brickworks (now HG Matthews) in 1891 and another at Bloomfield Farm in 1899, then in the 20th century on Gyles Road and Oak Lane.Bakers brickyard, known as Lower Kiln, was situated opposite Huge Farm and was owned by the Baker family for three generations since 1899 when Joseph Baker the youngest son of the brickmaking Bakers from nearby Wigginton bought the brickyard for 5 from a Mr Clarke. Joseph, followed by his son William and then Williams sons made bricks here until they ran out of clay in 1964. They were well known in the area for the excellent quality of their bricks.------Themes and literary significance of farm houseA Grass Rope was awarded the Carnegie Medal for 1957. One of William Mayne's earlier novels, it shares several features with his other books of the period. These include an unusual treasure hunt, a problem to be resolved, the lack of "heroes" or "villains", and the slow revelation of character through dialogue. It followed Mayne's The World Upside Down (1954) in being partly set in Vendale, also the scene of Earthfasts (1966) which is known for its TV adaptation. The emphasis on the geographical setting, as seen through the eyes of a child, is also typical of Mayne's style. It has been said that his stories grow inevitably out of their settings. The resolution of the novel provides a satisfactory balance of old and new, traditional story and modern fact, magic and science. There is strong use of authentic North Yorkshire dialect in the bookthe expressions are either clear from the context or unobtrusively explained------Visiting today of farm houseToday, hired farm hands raise organic vegetables, herbs, and flowers for subscribing households in a Community Supported Agriculture program. The guided tour includes the farmyard and cemetery, where six generations of Caseys are buried. The farm is owned by Historic New England.The education personnel at Casey Farm also offer numerous programs for children during the school year and the summer. Staff members, which Historic New England calls "farm teachers," host various programs in the fall and springtime for schoolchildren. Casey Farm also partners with schools across Rhode Island by giving teachers and their students the opportunity to raise and hatch chicks in incubators each year. They call this partnership "Project Chick." During the summer, Historic New England has various summer camp offerings at Casey Farm for children between the ages of 3 and 13. These camps include week-long day programs and single-day programs.------Political career of farm houseFrom 1922 to 1925, West served as district attorney for Texas's 28th judicial district and later as assistant district attorney from 1927 to 1930. He won his first public office in 1930 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives where he served as a Democrat from 1930 to 1933. In 1933 West became a U.S. Representative when he was elected to replace John Nance Garner after his resignation (due to Garner being elected Vice President). He was later reelected to seven of his own terms in congress. He was reelected unopposed in 1942, 1944, and 1946 and did not stand for reelection in 1948. He died in office on October 28, 1948. He was a longtime resident of Brownsville, Texas where his body was buried in Buena Vista Cemetery. Future U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Treasury Lloyd Bentsen won the special election to fill West's vacant seat------Outside Rome of farm houseExtraterritorial propertyPapal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, the Gardens of the Villa Cybo, Villa Barberini plus adjacent gardens, the summer estate of the Pontificio Collegio Urbano di Propaganda Fide and the papal farm between the towns of Castel Gandolfo and Albano Laziale (around 55 hectares or 140 acres).Area of Santa Maria di Galeria, where the antennae of Vatican Radio are located. The area was ceded by Italy to the Holy See in an agreement in 1951.Non-extraterritorial propertyThe Basilica of the Holy House (Santa Casa) at Loreto, Province of Ancona.The Basilica of St Francis at Assisi, Province of Perugia.The Basilica of St Anthony at Padua, Province of Padua.The Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope, Graham County, Arizona.The Fundamental Accord, signed in 1993, grants property rights and tax exemptions to the Holy See over various Christian holy sites in Israel, but the agreement was never finalized because of diplomatic problems between the Vatican and Israeli governments.------Flora and fauna of farm houseThe main species of trees in the woods include English oak, sessile oak, hornbeam, beech, silver birch, wild service tree, aspen, rowan, field maple, crack willow, wild cherry, hazel and holly.Wild flowers are also in abundance around the woods, and include common knapweed, harebell, rosebay willowherb, heather, bluebell, woodanemone, yellow archangel, snowdrops and honeysuckle.According to the London Borough of Hillingdon, the most common species' of birds found within the woods are mute swan, Canada goose, robin, green woodpecker, jay, nuthatch, lesser spotted woodpecker, greater spotted woodpecker, cuckoo, sparrowhawk, tree creeper, tawny owl, willow tit and woodcock.Cattle are grazed in Poor's Field each year to maintain the level of the vegetation. Wild mammals include foxes, hedgehogs, stoats, weasels, mink, grey squirrels and badgers. Several species of bat also live in the woods.------Retirement of farm houseAfter being pulled up in the 2006 Grand National, Amberleigh House was retired.Amberleigh House lived out his retirement at the National Stud in Newmarket and later, on a farm outside Chester where he was looked after by the trainer Lisa Williamson. He took part in a parade of former winners before the 2017 Grand National but suffered an attack of colic a week later. He died on 27 April at the age of 25. Williamson explained "We did everything we could to save him. He was operated on but unfortunately he didn't make it. He's enjoyed a very happy retirement with me in Cheshire. He has been very busy with his public appearances and it was nice that his last one was on Grand National day".------Castle site of farm houseThe castle had an uncommon round donjon that was five stories tall. The southern side of the tower was destroyed during the 1451 war, but the northern side remains intact and still reaches its original height. The tower walls are up to 1.5m (4.9ft) thick. Fireplaces, two garderobes and sitting places by the windows show that the third and fourth stories were permanently inhabited. The top of the tower was crowned with crenellations and a sloping wooden roof that was protected by the stone battlements.The tower was surrounded by a stone ring wall that was about 3m (9.8ft) larger than the tower. The rectangular outer bailey was to the south-west of the round tower. It was defended by steep slopes and a ditch. Very little of the ring wall or outer bailey still remain.
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Alexander Plantation House of farm houseAlexander Plantation House, near Midway in Woodford County, Kentucky, also known as Lanark Farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.The house is a five-bay two-story central hall plan stone house. The house consists of two early stone houses which were moved in 1935-6 about a mile to the current location.------Demographics of farm houseAccording to the 2016 census of the population, there were 5,373 residents in Abbotsford. 64.0% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were Italy 5.5%, England 3.4% and China 3.1%. 66.0% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Italian 9.0%, Mandarin 3.0%, Cantonese 2.2% and Greek 2.1%. The most common responses for religious affiliation were Catholic 38.6%, No Religion 23.7% and Anglican 10.2%.------Virginia's 59th House of Delegates district of farm houseVirginia's 59th House of Delegates district elects one of 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates, the lower house of the state's bicameral legislature. District 59 represents part of Appomattox and Buckingham counties, as well as parts of Albemarle, Campbell, and Nelson counties. The seat is currently held by Republican C. Matthew Fariss..------Hutzler's Barn of farm houseHutzler's Barn is an agricultural building located north of the cemetery on South Manitou Island (in Lake Michigan near Leland, Michigan). It is the oldest remaining portion of George Johann Hutzler's homestead, and is significant for its role in the development of prize-winning Rosen rye and Michelite seeds. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978..------Cheriton Fitzpaine of farm houseCheriton Fitzpaine is a village in Devon, England, located 4 miles (7km) north-east of Crediton. The population of the parish in the 2011 Census was 556.The village is noted for its historic buildings, including the old Primary School, the longest thatched house in England. Cheriton Fitzpaine is a major part of the electoral ward Way, with a 2011 population of 1,603.------Robert A. Thompson House of farm houseThe Robert A. Thompson House is located along NY 302 in the Thompson Ridge section of the Orange County, New York, town of Crawford. It was built in 1822 in the Federal style. One of the stones in the northwest cable bears his initials and that date. His descendants established the Dutch-Belt dairy farm, which still operates.The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.------Gocino of farm houseGocino tin (German: Gro Jestin) is a small town in Koobrzeg County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland. It is the seat of the gmina (administrative district) called Gmina Gocino. It lies in Pomerania, approximately 14 kilometres (9mi) south-east of Koobrzeg and 100km (62mi) north-east of the regional capital Szczecin.The town has a population of 2,332.------Family of farm houseLord Illingworth married firstly Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Holden Crothers, in 1895. They had no children and were divorced in 1926. He married secondly Margaret Mary Clare, daughter of William Basil Wilberforce, in 1931. This marriage was also childless. Illingworth died in January 1942, aged 76, when the barony became extinct. His second wife died in 1986.------Acres of farm houseThe parish has 580 acres (2.3km2). A large minority is woodland. It rises to 210m a short distance west of the present manor (preceptory). The lowest part, the east, sharply drops to the course of the upper River Lugg above Hereford which it flows through. It runs at about 60m above sea level------Background of farm houseKnud Magnus Wefald was born in Yttre Vefald, Drangedal, in Krager, Telemark county, Norway. He attended the local schools and high school of his native land. He immigrated to the United States in 1887 and in 1896 settled in Hawley, Clay County, Minnesota where he engaged in agricultural pursuits while managing a partly owned lumber business.------Tourism of farm houseThe village is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and lies on the tourist route to Malham Cove and Malham Tarn. The Pennine Way passes around the edge of the village, alongside the river. The Way of the Roses cycle route passes through the village on the road between Settle and Grassington.------The Valentine-Varian House of farm houseThe Valentine-Varian House (1758) is a historic farmhouse that still stands on what used to be the Varian dairy farm in the Bronx along the route from New York City to Boston. The Varian family occupied the house from 1791 until 1905. At present, the building houses the Museum of Bronx History. A public park and an elementary school in the area are named after Varian------Historic district of farm houseThe historic district consists of the main ranch house and several ancillary buildings including a machine/blacksmith shop, two barns, corrals, and other structures used in livestock operations. The district is significant both for the French Colonial Revival style of the ranch house, unusual for a rural ranch in Arizona; and as an example of the ranching industry in Arizona from 1884 to 1957.------Architecture of farm houseRinehart built the current house in 1861 along the road between Waynesfield and Wapakoneta, which is now State Route 67. Its architecture is simple: the overall plan is a rectangle, three bays on all four sides, and one-and-one-half stories in height. A stone foundation supports the brick exterior walls. Inside, the house is built primarily of walnut wood panelling that closely resembles its original state.------Places and structures of farm houseUnited States(by state, then city)Humphreys-Rodgers House, Huntsville, Alabama, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)Patrick Rodgers Farm, Pleasant Hill, California, NRHP-listedMoses Rodgers House, Stockton, California, listed on the NRHP in San Joaquin County, CaliforniaThomas Rodgers House, Paris, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Bourbon County, KentuckyRodgers House (Shelbyville, Kentucky), listed on the NRHP in Shelby County, Kentucky------Ashworth-Remillard House of farm houseThe Ashworth-Remillard House is a historic two-story farm house in San Jose, California. The house was designed in the Victorian architectural style. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since December 12, 1976. It was built for a pioneer in 1860, and it later became the home of Peter Remillard and his daughter, Countess Lillian Remillard Dandini------Rudding Park of farm houseRudding Park Hotel, Spa and Golf is a Grade I listed Regency-style country house in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England.It is situated within the 2,000-acre (8.1km2) Rudding Park estate at Follifoot on the southern outskirts of Harrogate. It is a two-storey building made of ashlar with a Westmorland slate roof, designed in the style of the Wyatts by an unknown architect.------Conditions of farm houseConsideration must be given to the advantage that is to accrue to the Church and the religious institute from establishment of the house and to the requirements for the members to live their religious life properly. A prudent judgment that the sustenance of the community will be provided for is also a condition.------The Hanover House of farm houseThe Hanover House is a 2014 horror film that was directed by Corey Norman and is his feature-film directorial debut. The film had its world premiere on May 9, 2014 at the Saco Drive-In. It stars Brian Chamberlain as a man that must deal with the demons from his past before he can move on as an adult..------Johnson House (Cape Vincent, New York) of farm houseJohnson House is a historic home and farm complex located at Cape Vincent in Jefferson County, New York. The limestone farmhouse was built about 1840 and is a 112-story five-bay structure. Also on the property is a barn, a shed, and two corn cribs.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.------Scott Hall, Leeds of farm houseScott Hall is a suburb of north-east Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, adjacent to Chapeltown and Meanwood. The suburb falls within the Chapel Allerton and Moortown wards of Leeds City Council. It is made up largely of 1930s council housing on both sides of Scott Hall Road (and streets beyond) from Buslingthorpe Lane in the south to Potternewton Lane in the north.------Necessity of a canonical house for a religious community of farm houseA community of religious must live in a lawfully established house with a church or oratory in which the Eucharist is celebrated and reserved. The community is to have a superior designated in accordance with canon law.The house in which the community resides is distinct from any farm or holiday home that they may also possess.------Religion of farm houseLocal churches include Lawton Moor Methodist Church, St. Michael Anglican Church, St Aidan's Catholic church and Northern Moor Community Church.St Aidan's Catholic school opened in 1938 with the church being built in 1955. St. Michael Church is a Grade 2 listed building and opened in 1937, the Church building was built in a shape of a star.------Notable residents of farm houseReggie Carter (1957 1999), NBA Player, New York KnicksStephan Dweck (Born 1960), humorist and entertainment attorneyLawrence Hilton-Jacobs (born 1953), actorMonteria Ivey (1960-2001), host of PBS game show Think Twice.Kelis (born 1979), soul singerMekhi Phifer (born 1974), actorMonica Dweck, MD Doctor of OphthalmologyRick Walker, (Born 1959), Chief Financial Officer, Harlem Hospital CenterMilta Vega Cardona, (Born 1954), National Anti-Racist / Anti-Oppression Trainer and Educator------Design of farm houseThe house is as excellent an example of Federal style architecture as is found in Bucks County, combining the vernacular with Federalist ideals of proportion and decoration. The four main rooms of the house are each approximately 18 feet (5.5m) square by nine feet high. Ninety percent of the woodwork and hardware in the house are original.------Bolberry of farm houseBolberry is a hamlet on the south coast of Devon, England.The village is mentioned in Domesday Book in 1066 and 1086, which shows the land was of little value at the time.Along with Bolberry Down it falls within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Bolberry Farmhouse dates from the 16th century, while Bolberry House Farm was built in the mid 19th century.------Yalova Atatrk Mansion of farm houseYalova Atatrk Mansion (Turkish: Yalova Atatrk Kk) is a mansion built for and used by Mustafa Kemal Atatrk during his visits to the thermal facilities in Yalova at Marmara Region, Turkey. Currently, the building is owned by the Turkish Grand National Assembly and is partly open to public as a house museum------Location of farm houseWoolley Green is a ribbon development along Cherry Garden Lane in the extreme north-east corner of the civil parish of White Waltham in Berkshire. It sits just south of the Bath Road, immediately to the west of Junction 9b of the A404(M) and east of Littlewick Green. It is surrounded, on the north and west, by Maidenhead Thicket. The hamlet of Altwood adjoins it to the south------Dudley Erwin of farm houseGeorge Dudley Erwin (20 August 1917 29 October 1984) was an Australian politician who served in the House of Representatives from 1955 to 1975, representing the Liberal Party. He was Chief Government Whip from 1967 to 1969, and played a role in the ascension of John Gorton to the prime ministership after the disappearance of Harold Holt. He was briefly Minister for Air in 1969, but a falling out with Gorton ended his ministerial career..------St Pancras North (UK Parliament constituency) of farm houseSt. Pancras North was a borough constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elected one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first-past-the-post system of election. It was created in 1885 and abolished in 1983 with the area becoming part of the new constituency of Holborn and St Pancras.------Leonard Bembry of farm houseLeonard L. Bembry is a Democratic politician who served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2008 to 2012. Bembry represented the 10th District in the House, which included Hamilton, Madison, and Taylor Counties, and parts of Alachua, Columbia, Dixie, Franklin, Jefferson, Levy, and Wakulla Counties. He ran for Congress in 2012, but lost in the Democratic primary to Al Lawson.------Frederick Charles Augustus, Count of Lippe of farm houseCount Frederick Charles Augustus of Lippe-Biesterfeld (20 January 1706 in Biesterfeld 31 July 1781 in Friedrichsruh) was a Count of Lippe and Lord of Lippe-Biesterfeld, Sternberg and Schwalenberg and a Knight of the Order of the Red Eagle.He was the eldest son of Rudolf Ferdinand of Lippe-Sternberg-Schwalenberg (17 March 1671 12 July 1736) and Louise Juliane of Kunowitz (21 August 1671 21 October 1754) and the grandson of Jobst Herman of Lippe-Biesterfeld.------Wokusz of farm houseWokusz vuku is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Lipsk, within Augustw County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland, close to the border with Belarus. It lies approximately 12 kilometres (7mi) north-east of Lipsk, 38km (24mi) east of Augustw, and 80km (50mi) north of the regional capital Biaystok------Semley of farm houseSemley is a village in Sedgehill and Semley civil parish in Wiltshire, England, about 3 miles (4.8km) north-east of Shaftesbury in neighbouring Dorset. The hamlet of Sem Hill lies about a quarter of a mile west of the village.The River Sem, from which the village takes its name, forms part of the northern boundary of the parish.
Knowledge About Farm House: History of the Vodice Fields of Pop Machine
History of the Vodice fields of pop machineSeveral kilometers north of Vodice there are two fields, Rakitnica and Gradelji/Pia: Rakitnica has an old fort named Gradina on the hill and down the hill it has three wells and a pond, recently a Roman terracotta masonry has been excavated there. This field is most known for the small church of Saint John, damages from the Patriotic 1991-95 war can be sen, the grassland near it is known for having 1 May celebrations every year. Gradelji/Pia has old walls on the top of the hill, an old Roman Cistern, the small church of Saint Eliah, and a small ruined house from the 17/18th century..------Subsequent History of punjab historyAfter the First World War, the 29th Punjabis were grouped with the 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th Punjabis to form the 15th Punjab Regiment in 1922. The battalion was redesignated as 10th (Training) Battalion of the 15th Punjab Regiment, based at Sialkot. During the Second World War, 10/15th Punjab was converted into the 15th Punjab Regimental Centre. In 1947, the 15th Punjab Regiment was allocated to Pakistan Army, and in 1956, it was merged with the 1st, 14th and 16th Punjab Regiments to form the Punjab Regiment. The 15th Punjab Regimental Centre was merged with the 1st, 14th and 16th Punjab Regimental Centres to form the Punjab Regimental Centre. It is based at Mardan.------Land history of idealThe school was established in 1959 and accepts students from feeder primary schools in Villawood, Bass Hill and Georges Hall. Bass High School (usually abbreviated to "Bass High") caters for students in years 7 to 12.It is named after George Bass, the explorer. The school is in the Bankstown District of the New South Wales Department of Education and Training. It is unique among government schools in this district as it has a farm and offers agriculture as a course of study.------History and description of farm houseThe farmhouse dates from the late 17th century. In a mid-Victorian tithe map the farm is listed as the property of Henry Clifford. The property remains the farmhouse of a privately-owned farm. The house is of five bays with a hipped roof and has been substantially modernised. The interior is "well-preserved" and Cadw notes the presence of an "exceptionally fine dog-leg staircase". The farmhouse is Grade II* listed, and the cider house and pigsty have their own Grade II listings..------Natural history of insects as foodNurse had a lifelong interest in birds and, as many naturalists did, collected butterflies and moths. His interest deepened after Lord Walsingham and George Hampson published "On Moths Collected at Aden and in Somaliland" in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London in 1896. This article was based on Nurse's specimens and species new to science were described. Nurse laterwhen? widened his interest to other orders of insects, especially Hymenoptera. At this time,when? Indian Hymenoptera were neglected. Nurse described many new species and added greatly to knowledge of the group. Many Nurse Hymenoptera specimens were described by Charles Thomas Bingham, Peter Cameron, and Claude Morley in The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma.At Quetta, Nurse discovered the species of mosquito, Anopheles nursei, which was later shown to carry the malarial parasite.------Electoral history of Alexander Mackenzie of legislative powerThis article is the Electoral history of Alexander Mackenzie, the second Prime Minister of Canada. A Liberal, he served one term as Prime Minister (1873 - 1878). He became Prime Minister after defeating the government of Sir John A. Macdonald on a non-confidence motion in 1873 and then winning the general election of 1874. He later lost the general election of 1878 and Macdonald returned to power.Prior to the creation of Canada in 1867, Mackenzie served in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, being elected in two general elections. While a Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons, he also served one term in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, a practice of dual membership which was permitted at that time. He served as Treasurer of Ontario Dec 1871 - Oct 1872.------Racing history of racing fuelThe DN7 only participated in two races, in Austria and Italy, driven by Jean-Pierre Jarier who qualified it 14th and 13th on the grid respectively. Mechanical failures meant that it was never classified as a finisher. As Matra decided to supply Ligier with its engines for 1976, Shadow did not continue with the car and Jarier reverted to the DN5 for the final race of the season in the United States.Complete Formula One World Championship results(key) (Results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap.)* all points scored in 1975 were with the DN5------Micro-history of farm & gardenMonkredding House, North Ayrshire lies nearby(NS 3240 4534), a property originally held by the Tironensian monks of Kilwinning Abbey, was the 'Monk's Garden', the rest home for the brothers.Auchenmade railway station was located approximately one mile north of Lylestone. It served the hamlet of Auchentiber and the surrounding rural area as part of the Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway.Sevenacres Mill is fairly close by, known by the locals as 'Snakers Mill.' A small estate existed near here in the 1560s, held by William Montgomery, said to be descended from the Montgomeries of Smithstone.The old roads to Lylestone branched off at Goldcraigs Toll and the other ran via Hullerhill Farm, running up from near the Bannoch Road and up via Crofthead Farm before continuing to Clonbeith. All of the Bannoch Road to Clonbeith via Hullerhill is now abandoned.------Organization history of organization of informationICPC was founded in 1994, initially by the governments of Canada, France and Quebec, and inspired by the work of the French Mayor Gilbert Bonnemaison, who was its first President. Its members now include a range of national and sub-regional governments from across the world, as well as a Board of international, regional and national organizations, cities, and a wide variety of non-government organizations and associations concerned with issues of crime prevention and community safety. Its work is also supported by an international Scientific Committee of experts in the field..------Navigation of history of fishingThe townland represents the furthest tidal reach on the River Boyne at a point called the "Curly Hole". Curly Hole is also a fishing location. Prior to the 12th century, this was the lowest crossing point of the Boyne. The Abbey of Mellifont owned the lands and fisheries here at dissolution in 1539. It was described then as "Oldebryge. 26 fishermen with 26 boats de Corrio (sc.corachs) paying 13.6.8". The Irish coracle was used for salmon fishing at this location up to at least the first half of the 20th century. One of the last coracles made locally was made in 1928 by Michael O'Brien of Oldbridge, for Adolf Mahr director of the National Museum of Ireland..------Madurai Kali Amman Temple and its history of musiriThe main temple of this small town is Madurai Kali Amman, and the main festival in March is worth visiting and watching. This goddess is consider Kannagi or (Kannaki) (Tamil: ), a legendary Tamil woman, is the central character of the South Indian epic Silapathikaram. Legend has it that Kannagi took revenge on the king of Madurai, for a mistaken death penalty imposed on her husband Kovalan, by cursing the city with disaster and then came to Thottiyam. Locals consider her to be a very powerful and kind goddess and people from various districts come to offer their prayers to her------Rise to Power of punjab historyAfter the death of Raja Shaikha Khokhar, Jasrath was crowned the chief of the Khokhar chiefdom. The following year, a civil war erupts in Kashmir between Zain-ul-Abidin and Ali Shah. Zain-ul-Abdin allies himself with Jasrath Khokhar, against Ali Shah. With the help of Jasrath Khokhar, defeats Ali Shah and Zain-ul-Abidin retains the title of ruler of the Shah Mir Dynasty. Jasrath Khokhar was then awarded with the Jammu region. Another ruler, named Rai Bhim from the Jammu region also unites with Ali Shah, against the Khokhars and the ruler of the Shah Mir Dynasty. Rai Bhim and Ali Shah were then killed in battle against Jasrath. After these remarkable victories, Jasrath then set eyes on the throne of Delhi. He then takes over Lahore, the same year, 1421..------History, Education and Family of journal of cell scienceHe did his Bachelor of Science from University of Mysore with First Class in 1979 and went on to pursue MSc from Madras University in 1981. As an outgoing graduate at Madras University, he won the first rank with first class. His doctoral research was completed in the year of 1988 and he awarded PhD from the University of Calgary, Canada.He is the first of six children of Pallathadka Venkatramana Bhat & Taradevi. He hails from Pallathadka, a hamlet in Kasaragod district of the State of Kerala in India. He is a Havyaka Brahmin and belongs to the well-known Pallathadka Family. He is married to Nagaratna Prakash and has two children, one son and one daughter.------Ideas about writing history of p&i claims handlerIn his Home Fleet book, Levy wrote:The following operational history absolves no one. Nor does it have a grand thesis about war, or Britain, or the course of Empire. Reconstructing and evaluating what happened was hard enough. It is, however, tinged with respect, a respect the officers and men of the Home Fleet earned in a great global conflict for freedom.Later, in a book review that appeared in the Journal of Military History Levy opined:And why must so many of us historians tie our historical investigations to a thesis or theory? Is it not acceptable to describe the past, comment on what appears to have been happening as best as we can recreate it, and let it go at that? Must we have a thesis, and then drive ourselves crazy (or worse, fool ourselves to keep the thesis alive) in order to prove this or that proposition?------Paxi of history of fishingPaxi or Paxoi and Antipaxoi or Antipaxos (Greek: , pronounced /pksi/ in English and paksi in Greek) is the smallest island group within the Ionian Islands (the Heptanese). In Greek it is a plural form. The largest islands are Paxos and Antipaxos. The main town of Paxoi and the seat of the municipality is Gaios. The municipality has an area of 30,121km2 (11,630sqmi). The area of the island is 76 square kilometres (29sqmi). In Greek mythology, Poseidon created the island by striking Corfu with his trident, so that he and his wife Amphitrite could have some peace and quiet.------Life of punjab historyHe completed his secondary education in 1932. After completing his secondary education, he decided to study religion.For religious studies, Najafi went to Khanewal to study from Allamah Syed Muhammad Baqir Hindi. Later, he traveled to Najaf for higher religious education. After completing his education and receiving Ijaza e Ijtihad from many of his teachers, he came back to Pakistan. He lived in Jalalpur and then came back to his city Alipur and started a madarasa (a place for religious studies) that was known as Jamia Ilmiya Dar-ul-Huda Muhammadia. Najafi died on 20 December 1990 in Lahore, but was buried in Alipur.------Team history of j&r vacuum1985 Team founded by members of the Fuji Xerox Osaka group.1989 Joined the X-League.2010 Promoted from X2 to X1 for the following season.2011 Finished 6th in the West Division (0 wins, 7 losses). Lost X2-X1 replacement game to the Hankyu Bruins 5-25. Demoted from X1 to X2 for the following season.2015 Due to the Nishinomiya Bruins finishing 0-2 in the Green Bowl Spring tournament, the J-Stars were promoted to X1 for the Fall tournament. Finished 6th in the West division (0 wins, 7 losses). Lost X2-X1 replacement game to the Sidewinders 10-17. Demoted to X2 for the following season.
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