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  1. Spalding, Lincolnshire

    name Spalding population 30,000 shire district South Holland, Lincolnshire South Holland shire county Lincolnshire region East Midlands constituency westminster South Holland and The Deepings UK Parliament constituency South Holland and The Deepings post town SPALDING postcode district PE11 postcode area PE dial code 01775 os grid reference TF245225 map type Lincolnshire static image File Spalding Water Taxi, Coronation Channel geograph.org.uk 191090.jpg 240px static image caption small Spalding Water Taxi on the Coronation Channel small Spalding is a market town with a population of 30,000 on the River Welland in the South Holland, Lincolnshire South Holland district of Lincolnshire , England . Little London is a hamlet directly south of Spalding on the B1172 road. Spalding is well known ... from Bourne, Lincolnshire Bourne . Citation needed date June 2009 1866 Spalding Amateur Dramatic ... Hall Museum, Spalding ref he also designed buildings for Boston, Lincolnshire , Wisbech , Cambridgeshire ..., Lincolnshire Holland local authority based in Boston to the new South Holland council, based in Spalding ... sites into a modern central unit. The nearest major hospitals to Spalding are at Boston, Lincolnshire ... Spalding cafes and restaurants. Sausages Spalding is one of the homes of the Lincolnshire sausage, ranging ... Gardens http www.spaldingtoday.co.uk Spalding Guardian and Lincolnshire Free Press http www.spalding.org.uk ... Spalding Lincolnshire eo Spalding it Spalding Lincolnshire nl Spalding Lincolnshire nn Spalding i Lincolnshire pl Spalding Lincolnshire ro Spalding, Lincolnshire vo Spalding Lincolnshire ... Pumpkin Festival not linked to Hallowe en in October. History A settlement has existed in the Spalding ... history.php?f Spalding Spalding History local history, historic sites and famous people from Spalding Bot generated title ref File SS Mary and Nicolas, Spalding geograph.org.uk 120806.jpg thumb ... August 2009 1588 The Spalding Grammar School , originally located within the Church, was founded. 1590s ...   more details



  1. Spalding

    of sports equipment Spalding Gentlemen s Society , English club founded in 1710 at Spalding, Lincolnshire ... , Scottish Sept of Clan Murray Spalding railway station serves the town of Spalding, Lincolnshire ... Grammar School , a selective school on Priory Road in Spalding, Lincolnshire, England Spalding High ... F.C. , a football club based in Spalding, Lincolnshire, England Spalding v Gamage is a leading decision ...Spalding may refer to TOC right Places Australia Spalding, South Australia , a town north of the Clare Valley Spalding, Western Australia , a suburb of Geraldton Canada Spalding, Saskatchewan , a village Spalding No. 368, Saskatchewan , a rural municipality England Spalding, Lincolnshire Spalding Rural District , a rural district in Holland, Lincolnshire, England from 1894 to 1974 Holme on Spalding Moor , East Riding of Yorkshire United States Spalding, Idaho Spalding, Nebraska Spalding County, Georgia Spalding Township, Michigan Spalding Township, Minnesota People Albert Spalding 1850 1915 , American baseball player and sporting goods manufacturer Albert Spalding violinist 1888 1953 , American composer and leading concert violinist Baird Thomas Spalding 1857 1953 , English American author Brian Spalding born 1923 , English professor, physics Burleigh Folsom Spalding 1853 1934 , Chief Justice of North Dakota Mother Catherine Spalding 1793 1858 was an influential American Roman Catholic nun Dick Spalding , American soccer player Douglas Spalding 1840 1877 , English biologist Esperanza Spalding born 1984 American jazz bassist and singer Esta Spalding born 1966 , a Canadian author and poet Georg Ludwig Spalding 1762 1811 , German philologist George Spalding 1836 1915 , U.S. Representative from Michigan Henry H. Spalding 1803 1843 , U.S. Presbyterian missionary, established the Lapwai Mission in 1836 in what is now Idaho Johann Joachim Spalding 1714 1804 , German Protestant theologian John Spalding disambiguation , the name of several people Kim Spalding , American actor 1950 1961 ...   more details



  1. Lincolnshire

    , ref name ReferenceB Pears Cyclopedia, 107th Edition,Penguin, London ref Spalding, Lincolnshire Spalding 30,000 , ref name ReferenceB Gainsborough, Lincolnshire Gainsborough 20,110 , Skegness 18,910 ... . The Spalding, Lincolnshire Spalding Flower Parade is held in late spring every year. Colourful ... name, see Lincolnshire disambiguation . coord 53 4 N 0 11 W display title Infobox England county name Lincolnshire image File Lincolnshire flag.svg 200px Lincolnshire Flag br Lincolnshire flag Flag motto Land and God map File Lincolnshire UK locator map 2010.svg 200px Lincolnshire within England ... Lincolnshire & br North East Lincolnshire arearank List of Ceremonial counties of England by Area Ranked ... of ceremonial counties of England by population Ranked English cerem counties RNK Lincolnshire popestdate English statistics year pop English cerem counties POP Lincolnshire density km2 English cerem counties DEN Lincolnshire adminpoprank List of non metropolitan counties of England by population Ranked English admin counties RNK Lincolnshire adminpop English admin counties POP Lincolnshire ethnicity 98.5 White council Deleted image removed File Arms lincs.jpg 200px br Lincolnshire County Council br http www.lincolnshire.gov.uk exec English county control CTY Lincolnshire mps small Nicholas Boles ... UK Con small subdivmap File Lincolnshire Ceremonial Numbered.png subdivs Lincoln, England Lincoln ... West Lindsey North Lincolnshire Unitary North East Lincolnshire Unitary Lincolnshire IPAc en icon ... localgovernment lincolnshire cc index.html title Lincolnshire County Council publisher Thebythams.org.uk ... of Lincolnshire is composed of the non metropolitan county of Lincolnshire and the area covered by the unitary authority unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire . The county ... of geographical sub regions including the The Fens Lincolnshire Fens south Lincolnshire , the Carrs similar to the Fens but in north Lincolnshire , the Lincolnshire Wolds , and the industrial Humber ...   more details



  1. The Lincolnshire

    orphan date April 2010 Infobox nrhp name The Lincolnshire nrhp type image AndoverMA TheLincolnshire.jpg caption location Andover, Massachusetts lat degrees 42 lat minutes 38 lat seconds 25 lat direction N long degrees 71 long minutes 7 long seconds 58 long direction W locmapin Massachusetts area built 1897 architect Possibly George S. Adams architecture Colonial Revival added June 10, 1982 governing body Private Donald & Barbara Richmond mpsub Town of Andover MRA refnum 82004804 ref name nris NRISref 2008a ref History The Lincolnshire a grand mansion at 22 Hidden Rd. and 28 Hidden Way in Andover, Massachusetts was built between 1897 and 1898 for Henry Bradford Lewis 1868 1951 , who made a considerable fortune from his scouring mills in Lawrence, Massachusetts Lawrence . Lewis was in charge of the three mills of the E. Frank Lewis Co. and the American Lanolin Co., which employed 500 persons at their peak. The manufacturer spared no expense or whimsey in creating and furnishing this estate. George S. Adams, who designed a similar Queen Anne Colonial Revival mansion for Lewis father in Lawrence, may also have designed the son s house. At his death in 1951 Lewis left 80,750 in real estate including this house and its greenhouse at 35,000 and No. 17 Hidden Rd, bought for his daughter and more than 97,000 in personal estate, most of which was left to his wife Lillian. As Lewis anticipated, the house was too large to be maintained for only one occupant, and the building was sold in 1953 to C. Lincoln Giles, and converted into apartments. The carriage house is now a single family residence. The mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places because it is distinguished ... scale. ref name Nomination cite book title National Register Nomination File Duplicate Lincolnshire ... Register Nomination File Duplicate Lincolnshire Town of Andover MRA MA 82004804 date 2010 09 ... Register Nomination File Duplicate Lincolnshire Town of Andover MRA MA 82004804 date 2010 09 09 work ...   more details



  1. Spalding Priory

    File Wenceslas Hollar Spalding abbey State 2 .jpg thumb right 17th Century engraving Spalding Priory was a small Order of Saint Benedict Benedictine house in the town of Spalding, Lincolnshire Spalding , Lincolnshire . It was founded as a cell of Croyland Abbey , in 1052, by Leofric, Earl of Mercia and his wife, Lady Godiva Godiva, Countess of Leicester . It was supported by Leofric s eldest son. lfg r, Earl of Mercia and the monks were confirmed in their property in 1074, after the Norman Conquest of England . ref name vch cite book series Victoria County History title A History of the County of Lincoln volume 2 editor first William editor last Page year 1906 pages 118 124 Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Spalding url http www.british history.ac.uk report.aspx?compid 37995 accessdate 08 February 2011 ref Until 1220, Alkborough Priory was a dependency of Spalding. After 1071 one monk only remained in Spalding, so the house was refounded in 1074 as a cell of St. Nicholas s Abbey, Angers. The monks secured their independence from Angers in 1397, and remained so until 1540 when the house was surrendered at the dissolution. Six Human skeletons found during building work in Bridge Street are presumed to indicate the site of the Priory burial ground. ref name ps1 cite web url www.pastscape.org.uk hob.aspx?hob id 352420 accessdate 2011 02 21 title National monument record ref Priors Its priors included ref name vch Simon 1229 1252 James 1252 1253 John 1253 1274 At some time before 1278, there was a Wazinus. William of Littleport 1278 1293 Clement 1293 1318 Walter de Halton 1318 1322 though he is reported as holding the post for 14 years. http www.prebendal manor.demon.co.uk house history.htm Thomas de Nassington 1322 1353 See also Adalbert of Spalding , supposed author References reflist refbegin http boar.org.uk ariwxo3FNQ1102.htm This page reports some early developments ... century Category Monasteries in Lincolnshire ...   more details



  1. Spalding Township

    Spalding Township may refer to Spalding Township, Menominee County, Michigan Spalding Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota geodis de Spalding Township ...   more details



  1. Adalbert of Spalding

    Orphan date June 2009 Adalbert of Spalding was a supposed English theologian writer ref name odnb harvnb Costambeys 2004 ref identified by John Bale Bale and John Pitts Catholic scholar Pitts , and discussed at length in the 1885 Dictionary of National Biography DNB . According to the DNB, Adalbert is said by Bale and Pits to have been a Cluny Abbey Cluniac monk belonging to the Spalding Priory abbey of Spalding in Lincolnshire , and to have flourished about the year 1160. Our early biographers give him great praise for his knowledge of the Scriptures and the fathers. They also speak in high terms of his elegance of style and his modesty in always following the opinions of these authorities rather than his own. His favourite author, they add, was Gregory the Great, from whose treatise upon Job Moralia he compiled his own work entitled De Statu Hominis, or Speculum Status Hominis. An Epistola ad Herimannum Presbyterum and certain Homili are also mentioned among his writings. ref name dnb harvnb Archer 1885 pp 74,75 ref According to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, the identification of Adalbert arises out of Bale s error in identifying a manuscript as the production of Adalbert, rather than being a copy of other works. The error matches that of the identification of Ralph Acton , a supposed fourteenth century English theologian and philosopher , and leads the ODNB to remark that Bale is an uncertainly reliable Tudor bibliographer . ref name odnb Notes Reflist References cite encyclopedia ref harv last Costambeys first Marios title Spalding, Adalbert of fl. c.1160 , supposed theological writer encyclopedia Oxford Dictionary of National Biography publisher Oxford University Press year 2004 url http www.oxforddnb.com view article 86 accessdate 2009 06 24 DNB last Archer first T. A. wstitle Adalbert fl.1160? volume 1 pages 74,75 Use dmy dates date October 2010 EB date October 2010 DEFAULTSORT Adalbert of Spalding Category Supposed Christian theologians ...   more details



  1. Clan Spalding

    This name takes its origin from the town of Spalding, Lincolnshire . The name is recorded in Scotland ...File Spalding of Ashintully arms.svg thumb right Coat of arms of the last Clan chief chief of Spalding, the Spalding of Ashintully ref name myclan http web.archive.org web 20070319212856 www.myclan.com clans Spalding 315 default.php myclan.com Clan Spalding ref Clan Spalding is a Highland Scottish clan ... a chief recognised by the Lord Lyon King of Arms so the clan is considered an Armigerous clan . The Spalding .... Another Spalding is mentioned as a canon of Elgin Cathedral around 1300. He is probably John de Spauyding ... de Spalding, a burgess title burgess of Berwick upon Tweed Berwick , hated the English governor .... John Spalding historian John Spalding was a lawyer and commissary clerk of Aberdeen in the reign ... as The Spalding Club was founded and named in his honour. ref name DNB00 cite DNB wstitle Spalding .... Stuart to Spalding Club edit. of Spalding s History Par. Reg. New Aberdeen. ref 14th century In 1318, Peter Spalding helped followers of Robert the Bruce enter and seize the town of Berwick from the English ..., in 1576, Colonel David Spalding led members of his clan to fight in Flanders for the King of Spain ... of Whitefield Castle, which served as a model. 17th century In 1615, David D as Spalding ... sun worship. Everything if south or sunwards was perfect. But 200 years later, another David Spalding ... historical society the Spalding Club established in 1839. Ashintully Castle , now a convert 3000 acre .... Clan profile There are several Spalding lineage mottos and arms hoewever the principal branch were the Spaldings of Ashintully. ref name myclan Spalding of Ashintully s Crest A gateway Proper with the portcullis half raised, Gules Spalding of Ashintully s Arms Or, a two handed sword paleways Azure Spalding of Ashintully s Motto Nobile servitium Service is noble External links Cite web last McBurnett ... 1997 url http bcn.boulder.co.us neal spalding http www.powell pressburger.org Reviews 45 IKWIG Mac.html ...   more details



  1. John Spalding

    John Spalding may refer to John Spalding historian , 17th century, Scottish historian John Spalding Ninety Pound Wuss d. 2008 , Musician and guitar player in several bands including the punk rock band, Ninety Pound Wuss John Spalding priest , 15th century Scottish churchman John Spalding Scottish politician d. 1815 , Scottish member of the British parliament John Lancaster Spalding 1840 1916 , first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria 1877 1908 John M. Spalding d. 1958 , US congressman hndis name Spalding, John ...   more details



  1. Spalding, Saskatchewan

    Infobox begins Infobox settlement official name Village of big Spalding big other name native name for cities whose native name is not in English, it s Pig Latin nickname settlement type Village motto image skyline imagesize image caption image flag flag size image seal seal size image shield shield size image map mapsize map caption image map1 mapsize1 map caption1 image dot map dot mapsize dot map caption dot x dot y pushpin map Saskatchewan the name of a location map as per http en.wikipedia.org wiki Template Location map pushpin label position the position of the pushpin label left, right, top, bottom, none pushpin mapsize coordinates region CA SK subdivision type Country subdivision name Canada subdivision type1 Provinces and territories of Canada Province subdivision name1 Saskatchewan subdivision type2 List of regions of Canada Region subdivision name2 Saskatchewan subdivision type3 Census divisions of Saskatchewan Census division subdivision name3 subdivision type4 List of rural municipalities in Saskatchewan Rural Municipality subdivision name4 Spalding No. 368, Saskatchewan Spalding No. 368 government footnotes government type leader title Mayor leader name Norman Foushe leader title1 Administrator leader name1 Cathy Holt leader title2 Councillor leader name2 Perry Eggerman br Richelle Beaudry br Matt Woloshyn br Robert Jessup leader title3 leader name3 leader title4 leader name4 established title Post office established date 1906 12 0 established title2 Incorporated ... ends Spalding is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The town is named after Spalding, Lincolnshire , birthplace of the wife of the first postmaster for Spaliding. The local economy ... pdf 1871.pdf Heritage designation of Raynold Rapp ref Spalding United Church is a historic wood ... assets pdf 441.pdf Heritage designation Spalding United Church ref Demographics ... The Village of Spalding is a thriving community with many businesses Co op Grocery and Gas Farm ...   more details



  1. Linda Spalding

    Infobox writer for more information see Template Infobox writer doc name Linda Spalding birth name Linda Dickinson birth date Birth date and age 1943 6 25 df yes birth place Topeka , Kansas , USA nationality Canadian occupation Novelist notableworks A Dark Place in the Jungle Linda Spalding n e Dickinson born 25 June 1943 is a Canada Canadian writer and editor. Born in Topeka, Kansas Topeka , Kansas , the daughter of Jacob Alan Dickinson and Edith Senner, she lived in Mexico and Hawaii before moving to Toronto, Ontario Toronto , Ontario in 1982. ref http www.albany.edu writers inst webpages4 archives ondaatje.html ref She has two daughters, Esta Spalding Esta and Kristin Spalding, from her first marriage to photographer Philip Spalding. Linda Spalding is currently married to Canadian novelist Michael Ondaatje Linda, Esta and Michael are also on the editorial board of the national literary magazine, Brick magazine Brick . ref http www.brickmag.com ref Spalding s work has been honoured numerous times her non fiction work, The Follow , was shortlisted for the Trillium Book Award and the Writers Trust Non Fiction Prize . She has since received the Harbourfront Festival Prize for her contribution to the Canadian literary community. ref http www.randomhouse.com author results.pperl?authorid 29189 ref Spalding has worked as a professor of English and writing at the University of Hawaii , York University , the University of Guelph , Brown University where she was writer in residence in 1991 ... 0 676 97299 3 edited with Michael Redhill , Esta Spalding and Michael Ondaatje Mere 2001, HarperFlamingo Canada ISBN 0 002 25538 3 with Esta Spalding Who Named The Knife 2005 References references Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Linda ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION ... Spalding, Linda Category 1943 births Category Living people Category People from Topeka, Kansas ... Category Harbourfront Festival Prize winners Canada writer stub fi Linda Spalding ...   more details



  1. Spalding Hall

    Infobox NRHP name Spalding Hall, St. Joseph s College nrhp type image Spalding Hall.jpg caption Spalding Hall location Bardstown, Kentucky lat degrees 37 lat minutes 48 lat seconds 40.84 lat direction N long degrees 85 long minutes 28 long seconds 16.12 long direction W area built 1839 architect Unknown architecture Federal added May 7, 1973 governing body Private refnum 73000823 ref name nris NRISref 2007a ref Spalding Hall is a building on the National Register of Historic Places in Bardstown, Kentucky , USA . It was built in conjunction with the Basilica of Saint Joseph Proto Cathedral . The building houses the Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey and the Bardstown Historical Museum . The hall was built in 1826 and named for Bishop Martin John Spalding . It was part of a Catholic college in the 19th century, although it briefly served as a hospital during the American Civil War . References reflist Deleted image removed Image Spalding Hall marker.jpg thumb 300px Historical marker Registered Historic Places Category National Register of Historic Places in Bardstown, Kentucky Category Buildings and structures in Nelson County, Kentucky Category Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Kentucky Category University and college buildings in Kentucky Louisville stub Kentucky NRHP stub ...   more details



  1. Sheryl Spalding

    Sheryl Spalding is a Republican Party United States Republican member of the Kansas House of Representatives , representing the 29th district. She has served since 2007. Prior to her election, Spalding worked as a news journalist, math teacher, and is presently an education researcher at the University of Kansas. She received her Bachelor s in Secondary Education from the University of Cincinnati. Spalding has served as President of the Blue Valley Board of Education, special advocate for the Johnson County, Kansas Johnson County Court, regional VP for the Kansas Association of School Boards, and regional representative for the Kansas Association of School Board Legislative Committee. ref http votesmart.org bio.php?can id 68024 Project Vote Smart Rep. Sheryl Spalding Biography ref Committee membership Education Corrections and Juvenile Justice Government Efficiency and Fiscal Oversight Major donors The top 5 donors to Spalding s 2008 campaign ref http www.followthemoney.org database StateGlance candidate.phtml?c 108171 Follow the Money 2008 Campaign Contributions ref 1. Kansas National Education Assoc 750 2. Kansans for Lifesaving Cures 750 3. Kansas Medical Society 750 4. Heart PAC 500 5. Peterson, Mr. John 500 References references External links http www.sherylspalding.com Official Website http www.kslegislature.org legsrv house getDistrictRep.do?district 29 Kansas Legislature Sheryl Spalding http votesmart.org summary.php?can id 68024 Project Vote Smart profile http kansasvotes.org Legislator.aspx?ID 15576 Kansas Votes profile http www.statesurge.com members 1628 sheryl spalding kansas State Surge Legislative and voting track record Follow the Money campaign contributions http www.followthemoney.org database StateGlance candidate.phtml?c 85266 2006 , http www.followthemoney.org ... Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Sheryl ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Spalding, Sheryl Category Members ...   more details



  1. Spalding's sign

    Spalding s sign is a sign used in obstetrics . ref name pmid15409772 Cite journal author THOMSON JL title The differential diagnosis of Spalding s sign journal Br J Radiol volume 23 issue 266 pages 122 4, illust year 1950 month February pmid 15409772 doi url http bjr.birjournals.org cgi content abstract 23 266 122 ref It is named for Alfred Baker Spalding . ref WhoNamedIt synd 2946 ref ref A. B. Spalding. A pathogonomic sign of intra uterine death. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Chicago, 1922, 34 754. ref It is an indicator of fetal death . ref Chorus 00509 ref . When fetal death has occurred, abdominal x ray examination may reveal an overriding of the fetal cranial bones. ref Olds Maternal Newborn Nursing, 8th Edition, p1136 ref . References Reflist Eponymous medical signs for obstetrics Category Obstetrics Medicine stub pl Objaw Spaldinga ...   more details



  1. Spalding Club

    for the English society and publishers Spalding Gentlemen s Society The Spalding Club is the name of successive antiquarian societies founded in Aberdeen . The clubs were named for the seventeenth century historian John Spalding historian John Spalding . ref name DNBSpalding One incarnation was founded by Joseph Robertson historian Joseph Robertson 1810 1866 in 1839, ref cite DNB title Robertson, Joseph 1810 1866 ref and included Cosmo Innes and John Stuart genealogist John Stuart . This organisation ceased to be active after 1870. Stuart was secretary and editor of many works published by the club. ref name dnbStuart cite DNB wstitle Stuart, John 1813 1877 ref Thirty eight quarto volumes were issued by the club, fourteen of were compiled by John Stuart his important works included, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland , in 1856 and 1867, a highly valued antiquarian reference work and The Book of Deer , published in 1869, regarding the Celtic history of Scotland, reproduces a manuscript copy of the Gospels held at the abbey of Deer . ref name dnbStuart The New Spalding Club , with similar objectives, was founded at Aberdeen in 1886. ref name DNBSpalding cite DNB wstitle Spalding, John first William last Galloway authorlink William Galloway volume 53 quote sources Pref. by Dr. Stuart to Spalding Club edit. of Spalding s History Par. Reg. New Aberdeen. ref References Reflist External links cite web url http www.archive.org search.php?query creator 3A 22Spalding 20Club 2C 20Aberdeen 22 title Internet Archive Search creator Spalding Club, Aberdeen work Internet Archive accessdate 28 November 2010 Category Learned societies Category Publishing organizations ...   more details



  1. Scott Spalding

    Infobox AFL biography name Scott Spalding image alt caption fullname Scott Spalding nickname birth date birth date and age 1968 9 2 df y birth place death date death place originalteam Perth Football Club Perth draftpick 118th overall, 1992 AFL Draft heightweight 184 cm 81 kg position Forward flank currentclub guernsey years 1993 clubs AFL Car games goals 1 0 statsend 1993 careerhighlights WAFL premiership player, 1998 Scott Spalding born 2 September 1968 is a former Australian rules football er who played with Carlton Football Club Carlton in the Australian Football League AFL . ref name encyc cite book title The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers every AFL VFL player since 1897 author Holmesby, Russell Main, Jim year 2009 edition 8th isbn 9781921496004 publisher BAS Publishing location Seaford, Victoria page 786 ref Originally from Perth Football Club Perth in the West Australian Football League WAFL , Spalding returned to his former club after only one season with the Blues. He later moved to play with East Fremantle Football Club East Fremantle , another WAFL club. In 1998, he won a WAFL premiership with East Fremantle, playing alongside his brother, Earl Spalding , also a former Carlton player. Notes reflist External links AflRleague ref S Scott Spalding.html http www.blueseum.org tiki index.php?page Scott Spalding Scott Spalding s profile at Blueseum 1992 AFL Draft Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Scott ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Australian rules footballer DATE OF BIRTH 2 September 1968 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Spalding, Scott Category 1968 births Category Carlton Football Club players Category Perth Football Club players Category Australian rules footballers from Western Australia Category Living people Category East Fremantle Football Club players afl bio stub ...   more details



  1. Baird T. Spalding

    Infobox writer for more information see Template Infobox writer doc name Baird T Spalding image caption ... genre Religion movement influences influenced website Baird Thomas Spalding 1872 1953 was an United ... of the Far East . Early life Although Spalding s books claimed he was born in England in 1853 , Spalding was born in Cohocton town , New York North Cohocton , New York in 1872 . ref Cite book ... page 273 ref He spent much of his life as a mining engineer in the American West. Works In 1924 Spalding ... of the Far East , DeVorss & Co. Spalding published three additional volumes before his death in 1953. Volumes 5 and 6 were published by DeVorss & Co posthumously from various articles that Spalding had written. Authenticity Although popular, Baird Spalding was an enigmatic figure and the authenticity of the events described in the Life and Teachings has never been confirmed nor invalidated . Spalding ... evidence of contact with a higher power. Skeptics argue without any evidence that Spalding ... Despite questions about Spalding s authenticity, his books have remained in print since his death ... in New Age and alternative religious movements during the twentieth century. During the 1920s, Spalding ... to Spalding can be seen in Ascended Master groups such as the Church Universal and Triumphant and the writings of Elizabeth Clare Prophet . Spalding is named as an influence in the writings of New Age ... Age movement during the 1970s resulted in a renewal of interest in Spalding, and several New Age ..., founder of the Prosperos group, claimed in 1974 to have ghost written several of Spalding s later books ... 1924 prequel to Life and Teachings , in which Spalding is joined in India by a group of prestigious ... Wentz . References reflist External links http www.bairdtspalding.org Spalding biography and research http gratisenergi.se baird.htm Biography Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding ... Spalding, Baird T. Category American spiritual writers Category 1872 births Category 1953 deaths ...   more details



  1. Solomon Spalding

    Solomon Spalding 1761 October 20, 1816 was the author of the Manuscript Story , ref Also entitled Manuscript ... people mound builders of North America . After Spalding s death, a number of individuals suggested ... Day Saint movement . Biography Spalding was born in Ashford, Connecticut Ashford , Connecticut ... url http books.google.com books?id 5Zx9qOay304C&pg PA277&lpg PA277&dq 22Solomon Spalding 22 dartmouth ... 1787, he became an ordained Congregationalist preacher in Windham, Connecticut . In 1795, Spalding ... Valley , New York . In 1799, they moved the store to Richfield, New York . Around this time, Spalding bought a tract of land in and relocated to Conneaut, Ohio Conneaut , Ohio . While in Conneaut, Spalding began writing Manuscript Found . In 1812, due to the disruptions of the War of 1812 , Spalding ... County, Pennsylvania , where he died two years later. Spalding manuscript main Spalding Rigdon theory ... of Mormon . Nehemiah King, a resident of Conneaut who knew Spalding when he lived there, felt that the Mormon text resembled the story written by Spalding years before. In 1833, Spalding s brother John and seven other residents of Conneaut signed affidavit s stating that Spalding had written a manuscript ... in Eber Dudley Howe E. D. Howe s 1834 book Mormonism Unvailed , in which the Spalding Rigdon theory ... from this manuscript. Several years later, Spalding s widow and daughter, other residents of Conneaut, and residents of Amity, Pennsylvania also signed statements indicating that Spalding had authored ... through Spalding s widow, and showed it in public presentations in Kirtland, Ohio , in December ... argued in Mormonism Unvailed 1834 that there must exist a second Spalding manuscript which was now lost. Howe concluded that Joseph Smith and Sidney Ridgon used the Spalding manuscript to produce the Book ...? The Spalding Enigma Concordia Publishing House Citation last Roper first Matthew title The Mythical ... 2007 01 31 . External links http solomonspalding.info Spalding Research Associates website favoring ...   more details



  1. Douglas Spalding

    No footnotes date May 2009 Douglas Alexander Spalding 1841 1877 was an English biology biologist . He was born in Islington in London in 1841, and began life as a manual labourer. Subsequently he lived in Scotland , near Aberdeen the philosopher Alexander Bain persuaded the University of Aberdeen to allow him to attend courses without charge. He studied philosophy and literature , but after a year left for London. He trained as a lawyer, but also contracted tuberculosis . He travelled in Europe in hopes of finding a cure, and in Avignon met John Stuart Mill and through him John Russell, Viscount Amberley Viscount Amberley son of the former British Prime Minister John Russell, 1st Earl Russell Lord John Russell , by then 1st Earl Russell . He became tutor to Viscount Amberley s children, including ... Amberley. After the viscount s death in 1876, Spalding returned to the continent and remained there until his death the following year. Spalding carried out some remarkable experiments on animal ... the biologist J. B. S. Haldane reprinted Spalding s essay On Instinct in 1954 to clarify the history ... Douglas Alexander Spalding Boakes, R. A. 1984 . From Darwin to behaviorism . Cambridge Cambridge University Press. Gray, P. H. 1967 . Spalding and his influence on research in developmental behavior. Journal ... of behaviorism The conscious automaton theory from Spalding to William James. Journal of the History ..., J. B. S. 1954 . Introducing Douglas Spalding. British Journal for Animal Behaviour, 2 , 1. Spalding ... 293. Spalding, D. A. 1872 . On instinct. Nature, 6 , 485 486. Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Douglas ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH 1841 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH 1877 PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Spalding, Douglas Category English biologists Category 1841 births Category 1877 deaths de Douglas Alexander Spalding fr Douglas Spalding fi Douglas Spalding ...   more details



  1. Earl Spalding

    no footnotes date December 2010 Infobox AFL player NEW name Earl Spalding image fullname Earl George Spalding nickname birth date birth date and age 1965 3 11 df y birth place Perth, Western Australia death date death place originalteam Wesley College, Perth Wesley College Perth Football Club Perth draftpick heightweight 198 cm 110 kg position currentclub guernsey 11 years 1987 1991 br 1992 1997 br Total clubs AFL Mel br AFL Car games goals 109 0 63 br 102 106 br 211 169 statsend 1997 Earl Spalding born 11 March 1965 in South Perth, Western Australia South Perth is a former Australian rules football er who played for Melbourne Football Club Melbourne and Carlton Football Club Carlton in the Australian Football League Victorian Football League Australian Football League VFL AFL . Spalding grew up in Perth, Western Australia , where he attended Wesley College, Perth Wesley College . His father, George Spalding was a well known West Australian Football League West Australian National Football League WANFL player with the Perth Football Club . After leaving school, Spalding played for 63 games for Perth between 1983 and 1986. He also played four games of cricket for Western Warriors Western Australia as a fast bowler, during the 1984 85 season, taking 12 wickets at an average of 25.66 ... played 314 senior games of football in the WAFL and AFL. Spalding s brother Scott Spalding Scott also played for Carlton. Spalding is currently working with the Fremantle Football Club as an assistant coach. External links http stats.rleague.com afl stats players E Earl Spalding.html Earl Spalding ... WA Football 200 Club http content.cricinfo.com australia content player 7725.html Cricinfo Earl Spalding http wiki.fcmelbourne.com.au Earl Spalding Demon Wiki profile 1995 Carlton Blues premiership players Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Earl ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION ... OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Spalding, Earl Category 1965 births Category Living people Category Australian ...   more details



  1. Esperanza Spalding

    Infobox musical artist See Wikipedia WikiProject Musicians name Esperanza Spalding image Esperanza spalding.jpg caption Spalding performing at the Newport Jazz Festival on August 10, 2008 image size Only ... Hush , Merge Records Merge website URL http www.esperanzaspalding.com Esperanza Spalding born ... articles 112385 20110215 spalding has made history in winning best new artist award.htm title Spalding ... 2011 02 14 esperanza spalding has won the grammy award for best new artist Esperanza Spalding has ... 15. ref Early life and early education Spalding grew up in the King, Portland, Oregon King neighborhood ... www.jazzreview.com article review 4970.html Esperanza Spalding It s Natural . Jazz Review . ref Her ... cms ?page id 10 Biography . Esperanza Spalding Official Web Site. ref Spalding has a diverse ethnic ... www.bassplayer.com article only 24 jazz may 08 35479 title At Only 24, Jazz Phenom Esperanza Spalding ... Spalding s debut picks up where jazz fusion of the 1970s left off . PopMatters.com. ref She also ... to Her Ears A Night Out with Esperanza Spalding . The New York Times . ref commenting, With Portuguese ... . ref name Booth cite web url http www.bassplayer.com article esperanza spalding dec 06 24264 title Esperanza Spalding accessdate 2008 06 13 last Booth first Philip year 2006 month December work Bass Player ref Her mother shares Spalding s interest in music, having nearly become a touring ... features and interviews 2008 5 28 in conversation with esperanza spalding title In Conversation with Esperanza Spalding accessdate 2008 06 13 last Pe a first Tomas coauthors Spalding, Esperanza date 2008 05 28 work Jazz Magazine c o Jazz.com ref But while Spalding cites her mother as a powerful ... when she was four. ref name official By the time Spalding was five, she had taught herself to play the violin and was playing with the Chamber Music Society of Oregon. ref name official Spalding ... name official Due to a lengthy illness when she was child, Spalding spent much of her elementary school ...   more details



  1. Spalding Drive

    Spalding Drive is an approximately 12 mile east west road connecting three suburban cities in north Atlanta metropolitan area Atlanta Sandy Springs, Georgia Sandy Springs , Dunwoody, Georgia Dunwoody , and Peachtree Corners, Georgia Peachtree Corners . The road, which roughly parallels the Chattahoochee River , is lined on both sides with residential neighborhoods and private homes. Spalding Drive traverses a hilly topography and is subject to dangerous curves at many points. ref http thecrier.net articles 2001 01 19 import 20010119 archive.txt Teacher, father eulogize crash victim , Thecrier.net. Retrieved July 2011 ref History Spalding Drive likely evolved from an Indian trail. ref name thecrier http thecrier.net articles 2007 01 09 columnists past tense pasttense.txt Perimeter Mall area was once Airfield , 24 July 2004, thecrier.net. Retrieved July 2011 ref The road, which traverses an area adjacent to the Chattahoochee River, was once considered a farther out alternative to Buckhead Atlanta Buckhead s Pace s Ferry for the summer vacation homes of wealthy Atlantans, including Winship Nunnally, owner of the Nunnally Candy Company General Lucius Clay , a World War II and Cold War general known for his involement in the Berlin air lift Baxter Maddox, founder of the First National Bank of Atlanta later Wachovia and now Wells Fargo and Frank Neely, CEO of Rich s Department Stores Rich s now Macy s . ref name thecrier Name The road was named after the Spalding family, who owned a large amount of land in Sandy Springs. ref name thecrier The original name of Spalding Drive west of Roberts Drive and east of its terminus at Georgia State Route 9 Roswell Road was Old Roswell Road. This portion was located in what was then Milton County, Georgia Milton County . It was renamed to Spalding Drive in 1929. The original name of Spalding Drive east of Roberts Drive and west of Winters ... was renamed Spalding Drive. ref name thecrier The original name of Spalding Drive east of Winters Chapel ...   more details



  1. Albert Spalding

    About the baseball player and manager the violinist Albert Spalding violinist Infobox MLB player name Albert Goodwill Spalding alt image AGSpalding.jpg position Pitcher bats Right throws Right birth date ... s Committee Albert Goodwill Spalding Byron, Illinois Byron , Illinois September 2, 1850 September ... player, manager and co founder of Spalding sports equipment A.G. Spalding sporting goods company. Biography Having played baseball throughout his youth, Spalding first played competitively with the Rockford ... Base Ball Players National Association , the Association, or NA, in 1871, Spalding joined the History .... To aid him in this venture, Hulbert enlisted the help of Spalding. Playing to the pitcher s desire to return to his Midwestern roots and challenging Spalding s integrity, Hulbert convinced Spalding to sign a contract to play for the White Stockings now known as the Chicago Cubs in 1876. Spalding ... at the time, in Beantown and the City of Brotherly Love. In the following months, Hulbert and Spalding ... clubs accompanied Hulbert and Spalding to New York where they secretly met with owners from New ..., Spalding and his brother began a sporting goods store in Chicago . In 1877, Spalding began to use ... Spalding used one. Of course, Spalding had an ulterior motive for doing so. He and his brother sold baseball gloves, and wearing one himself was good for business. In 1876, Spalding won 47 games as the prime ... by a wide margin. Spalding published the first official rules guide for baseball. In it he stated that only Spalding balls could be used previously, the quality of the balls used had been subpar . Spalding .... Spalding retired from playing baseball in 1878, although he continued as a major force as owner of the White Stockings and major influence on the National League. Spalding s .796 career winning ... by a baseball pitcher. In 1888 1889, Spalding took a group of Major League players around the world to promote baseball and Spalding sports equipment Spalding sporting goods . Playing across the western ...   more details



  1. George Spalding

    George Spalding November 12, 1836 September 13, 1915 was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan . Biography Spalding was born in Blairgowrie and Rattray Blairgowrie , Perthshire, Scotland and immigrated to the United States in 1843 with his parents. The settled in Buffalo, New York , where he attended the public schools. He later moved to Monroe, Michigan , and taught school in 1860 and 1861. He entered the United States Army on June 20, 1861, as a private in Company A, 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment Fourth Regiment, Michigan Volunteer Infantry , and was promoted through the ranks to Colonel United States colonel of the 12th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry 12th Tennessee Cavalry . File George Spalding grave Woodland Cemetgery Monroe Michigan.JPG thumb 200px right Spalding grave Spalding was appointed postmaster of Monroe, July 27, 1866, and served until December 15, 1870. He was special agent of the U.S. Treasury Department , serving from 1871 to 1875. He was elected mayor of Monroe in 1876 and served as president of the board of education. He studied law and was admitted to the bar law bar in 1878. He later became a member of the board of control of the State Industrial Home for Girls from 1885 to 1897. In 1894, he was elected as a Republican Party United States Republican from Michigan s 2nd congressional district to the 54th United States Congress , and re ... primary elections. Spalding was again appointed postmaster of Monroe on February 20, 1899, and served ... bio spalding.html R9M0JDHJV The Political Graveyard http www.freehomepages.com spalding Spalding george&augusta.html George Spalding and Augusta Lewis External links Find a Grave 7449344 accessdate ... years 1895&ndash 1899 after Henry C. Smith s end Persondata NAME Spalding, George ALTERNATIVE ... September 13, 1915 PLACE OF DEATH Monroe, Michigan DEFAULTSORT Spalding, George Category 1836 ... Monroe, Michigan Category People from Blairgowrie and Rattray de George Spalding ...   more details



  1. Lauren Spalding

    Lauren Spalding born March 17, 1980 is an United States American canoe racing sprint canoer who competed in the mid 2000s. At the 2004 Summer Olympics , she was eliminated in the semifinals of both the Canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics Women s K 2 500 metres K 2 500 m and the Canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics Women s K 4 500 metres K 4 500 m events. References http www.sports reference.com olympics athletes sp lauren spalding 1.html Sports Reference.com profile Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Spalding, Lauren ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION DATE OF BIRTH March 17, 1980 PLACE OF BIRTH DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Spalding, Lauren Category 1980 births Category American canoeists Category Canoeists at the 2004 Summer Olympics Category Living people Category Olympic canoeists of the United States US canoe bio stub ...   more details




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