Albert Edward

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King of England from 1901 to 1910

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Albert Edward was, at the time, employed at ICI and soon found himself in command of a squad of men, armed and charged with protecting the plant.
Infections impact not only the mother and her family but also the health service costs in relation to antibiotic use, general practitioner time and additional care," said Diane Wilkinson, Infection Control, Junior Matron at Royal Albert Edward Infirmary.
My uncle Albert Edward Harwood was born in Smethwick and my aunt Enid Winifred Harwood.
She was born March 14, 1924, in Southampton East, Bermuda, the daughter of the late Albert Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Roberts) Knight.
Now furious David and Paula have made a formal complaint to the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan.
A Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen, James Henry Holloway Nervo and Albert Edward Cromwell Knox, and Charles John Naughton and James McGonigal Gold.
The early hours romp is said to have happened on Swinley ward at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, Lancs.
2) Current affiliation: Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan, Lancashire, United Kingdom.
BAKER, ALBERT EDWARD (TED), faithful member for five years, Alexandra, Brantford, Ont.
Albert Edward (son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert): Created Prince of Wales on December 8, 1841, aged four weeks, in London.
He runs across the road to investigate, but when he sees the result of his opening fire, tension quickly turns to amazement then disbelief and with a shaky hand wiping the sweat from his brow, the young Albert Edward Farrow shakes his head.
Former pit worker Albert Edward Cooper, 77, known to his friends as Ted, had been befriended by bed salesman Paul Cooper, who was no relation.
BIRKETT Albert Edward Passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday Feb 5, 2015, with his wife Deborah at his side; devoted husband to Deborah, treasured stepfather to Kevin.
Great-grandmother Mrs McConnell suffered a severe stroke in October, 2002, and was admitted to the Royal Albert Edward Hospital, in Wigan, where she lived after retirement.
MINER Albert Edward Smith was no stranger to digging for hours at a time, so when he was called up to fight in World War One and dig some of the infamous trenches, he was a skilled asset.