List of Australian Rules Football Families - B - Batchelor

Batchelor

Vin was the father of Keith.

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Batchelor Hill
... Batchelor Hill 733 m (2405 ft) prominence 128 m, is a hill overlooking the city of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, immediately northwest of the city ... It is the namesake of the Batchelor Hills aka Batchelor Heights neighbourhood and also of the small Batchelor Range, which runs north from it on the ...
Mary Batchelor - Biography
41st Avon Labour 1984–1987 42nd Avon Labour Batchelor was divorced by the time she entered Parliament in 1972 ... After Parliament, Batchelor owned a second house on Australia's Gold Coast, so that she could avoid the Christchurch winters and be near her daughter and ... Mary Batchelor died on 12 March 2009 ...
Murray Batchelor - Academic Career
... Batchelor was educated at Chatham Public School and Chatham High School (Taree, New South Wales) in Taree ... Batchelor completed a PhD in Mathematics at the Australian National University in 1987 ... Batchelor has held visiting positions at a number of universities, including the University of Oxford, the University of Tokyo and Institut Henri Poincaré ...
Batchelor, Northern Territory - Media
... Batchelor Institute's Indigenous Media Unit holds a licence for Radio Rum Jungle, broadcast on 97.3 FM ... The station has been in operation from the Batchelor campus since 1987 ... Batchelor receives digital television services from Darwin broadcast by the Nine Network (9, GO! and Gem), Southern Cross (SC7, 7Two and 7Mate), Darwin Digital Television (1 ...
Cowpens Flag - Description
... This version of the US flag was said to have been carried by William Batchelor of the 3rd Maryland Regiment at the Battle of Cowpens, January 17, 1781, and this arrangement of stars ... Batchelor challenged the authenticity of the flag, however, the Baltimore Society of the War of 1812 appointed J ... Batchelor at the Battle of North Point during the War of 1812, where it acquired its many bullet holes ...