Sir Archibald Southby

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Archibald Mill - History
... The first mill in Dundas was built by John Sidney (J.S.) and George Archibald on the east bank of the Cannon River in late 1857 ... sawmill, built in 1856 and purchased by the Archibalds for use in constructing their mill ... On December 31, 1892, both mills owned by the Archibald family burned ...
Lillian Van Der Woodsen - Recurring Characters - Family Members - Howard Archibald
... Portrayed by Sam Robards in seasons one, two, four and six ... Howard "The Captain" Archibald is the father of Nate Archibald ...
Sir Archibald Southby, 1st Baronet
... Commander Sir Archibald Richard James Southby, 1st Baronet (8 July 1886 – 30 October 1969) was an English Conservative Party politician ... Southby was twice married firstly to Phyllis Mary Garton, on 20 July 1909, from whom he was divorced in 1962 ... They had two sons, Sir Archibald Richard Charles Southby, 2nd Bt, and Lt.-Cdr ...
Archibald - Other
... Archibald Films, a film distribution company Archibald Prize. ...
Agnes Keith, Countess Of Moray - Second Marriage and Excommunication
... Between 13 January 1571 and 26 February 1572, Agnes became the second wife of Sir Colin Campbell, the son of Archibald Campbell, 4th Earl of Argyll, and Lady Margaret Graham, and heir presumptive to the ... Lady Jane Campbell, married Sir Donald Campbell Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll (1575 – 1638), married firstly Lady Agnes Douglas by whom he had three children, including Archibald Campbell, 1st ... said to have been "much advised by Agnes" in another document it was recorded that Sir Colin was "overmuch ledd by his wyf" ...

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