Cecil William


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Cecil

, William First Baron Burghley or Burleigh. 1520-1598.
English statesman and chief adviser to Elizabeth I. He persuaded the queen to execute Mary Queen of Scots.
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Cecil William Boyle, who only lived to the age of 48, played international rugby union for England and first-class cricket.
WELLS Cecil William Peacefully passed away on 7th September 2012 with his loving family around him.
HUBBARD - CECIL WILLIAM (affectionately known as Bill or Shah), January 10, 2014, after a long illness borne with great fortitude, aged 91 years, of Wellington Road, Rhyl.
Pictured at the meeting are (front, from left): chairman Yaqub Masih, Mayor of Kirklees Margaret Fearnley, Right Rev Tony Robinson the Bishop of Pontefract, Right Rev Cecil William and Chief Supt Barry South.
Dignitaries taking part included Pakistani Counsel General Ahmed Amjad Ali; the Bishop of Wakefield, Rt Rev Tony Robinson; the Bishop of Huddersfield, Rt Rev Dr Jonathan Gibbs; and the former Bishop of Peshawar, Pakistan, the Rt Rev Cecil Williams.
Pantycelyn has since remained in the same family - present owner Cecil Williams is the sixth generation descendant.
Pantycelyn has remained in the same family over the centuries and the present owner, Cecil Williams, is the sixth in line to Williams himself.
Through our programs, we are a beacon of hope and a sanctuary of unconditional love for all, said GLIDEs Co-Founder and Minister of Liberation Reverend Cecil Williams.
Cecil Williams, co-founder of Glide and pastor since 1963 of the Glide Memorial United Methodist Church, said Buffett's involvement has attracted more interest in the charity, helping it fund its $17 million annual budget.
NEW YORK -- For more than seven years, Cecil Williams and his guide dog, Orlando, have been inseparable companions, the dog leading his master onto buses and subway cars and through the everyday flood of pedestrians along the streets of New York.
Brian, from Glasgow, got involved in the struggle to end apartheid because his parents knew English theatre director Cecil Williams, who had allowed Mandela to pretend to be his chauffeur and had been in the car with him when he was arrested.