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Blackmore

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(Biography) R(ichard) D(oddridge). 1825–1900, English novelist; author of Lorna Doone (1869)
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Henry, from Blackmore, Essex, told BBC Essex: "As soon as Andy Murray won I was crying with joy and hugging my dad.
Henry, from Blackmore, Essex, said: "As soon as Andy Murray won I was crying with joy and hugging my dad.
Elliot, from Blackmore, Essex, said: "One minute he was crying with joy, the next he'd ran off towards where Roger's family were sitting.
The cheeky youngster, from Blackmore, Essex, ran past Roger Federer's stunned relatives in the players' box to embrace Murray.
It is thought the cars may have been stolen from Shelvey's luxury home in the up-market village of Blackmore, Essex.
Judge Christopher Ball, QC, said farmer Gary Cooke, 46, of Blackmore, Essex, was "stupid" and a "fool" and said his decision to allow his daughter Elizabeth to ride on a public road at night was "folly of the highest order".
Elizabeth Cooke was riding behind a Range Rover driven by her father Gary, 46, when the accident happened near the family home in Blackmore, Essex, about 7pm on Boxing Day 2007 police said.
Elizabeth Cooke was fatally injured in Blackmore, Essex, on Boxing Day as she and her brother, Jack, 10, used the quad bikes they had been given for Christmas.
The children were going down a hill on a narrow country lane near the family home in Blackmore, Essex, when Elizabeth's machine was in collision with another Range Rover travelling in the opposite direction.
They watched in horror as the diggers moved in on Good Friday and by Easter Monday 1,000 tonnes of hardcore and Tarmac covered the three-acre plot in Blackmore, Essex.
Judge Christopher Ball QC yesterday said farmer Gary Cooke, 46, of Blackmore, Essex, was "stupid" and a "fool" and said his decision to allow his daughter Elizabeth to ride a "powerful vehicle" on a public road at night was "folly of the highest order".
The images were published following the death on Boxing Day of seven-year-old Elizabeth Cooke, who was involved in an accident while riding a quad bike on a public road in Blackmore, Essex.