Ruggles

Ruggles may refer to:

Read more about Ruggles:  Places, Other Uses

Other articles related to "ruggles":

Ruggles - Other Uses
... Ruggles (MBTA station), a train station Ruggles of Red Gap, a 1915 novel that has been adapted for stage and film Ruggles Mine, an open-pit pegmatite tourist mine, in Grafton, New Hampshire ...
Clive Ruggles
... Ruggles (born 1952) is a British astronomer, archaeologist and academic, regarded as one of the leading figures in the field of archaeoastronomy and the author of numerous ... As of 2009 Ruggles is Emeritus Professor of Archaeoastronomy at the School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester ... Ruggles has held the post since it was created in 1999, when it is believed to have been the only appointed Chair for archaeoastronomy among the world's universities ...
Samuel Ruggles-Brise - Early Life
... Samuel Ruggles-Brise was the eldest son of John Ruggles (1782–1852) of Spains Hall, who adopted the additional name of Brise, and Catherine (died 1877), daughter of John Haynes Harrison ... John Ruggles was a barrister and High Sheriff of Suffolk in 1829 ...
Samuel Ruggles-Brise - Family
... In 1847 Samuel Ruggles-Brise married Marianne Weyland Bowyer-Smith, daughter of Sir Edward Bowyer-Smith, 10th Baronet, of Hill Hall, Essex ... They had five sons and seven daughters Archibald Weyland Ruggles-Brise (1853–1939), inherited Spains Hall and was father of Sir Edward Ruggles-Brise, 1st Baronet ... Sir Evelyn John Ruggles-Brise (1857–1935) was a prison administrator and founder of the Borstal system ...
The Ruggles
... The Ruggles is an early American family-oriented situation comedy series broadcast live on ABC ... The Ruggles was also one of the first shows to originate from Hollywood rather than New York City, where most radio programs had been produced ...