Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; later The Prince Consort; 26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
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... in the early to mid-1970s as members of Prince Edward Island's Island Junior Hockey League ... and entered into the 1979 Centennial Cup in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan ... Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League and the Western Champion Prince Albert Raiders of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League ...
... Regina 1997 Sandra Schmirler Regina 1996 Sherry Scheirich Saskatoon 1995 Sherry Anderson Prince Albert 1994 Sherry Anderson Prince Albert 1993 Sandra ... Baldwin Bradwell 1956 Ellen Grigg Moose Jaw 1955 Marj Olson Prince Albert 1954 Joyce McKee Saskatoon 1953 Janet Perkin Regina 1952 C ... Spooner Saskatoon 1951 Marj Olson Prince Albert 1950 D ...
... John Brown List of coupled cousins Royal Albert Memorial Museum. ...
... Deer Reidge Rec Centre Curling Club - Shellbrook East End Curling Club - Prince Albert Kinistino Curling Club - Kinistino Lakeland Curling Club - Christopher Lake La Ronge Curling ...
... In 1852, following the death of The Iron Duke, a group of reformers which included Prince Albert forged an alliance that would seek to improve the training of the Army ... Queen Victoria and Prince Albert showed a keen interest in the establishment and the development of Aldershot as a garrison town ... In 1860 Prince Albert established and endowed the Prince Consort's Library, which exists to this day ...
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