Francis Joseph

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Noun1.Francis Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of HungaryFrancis Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of Hungary; was defeated by Napoleon III at the battle of Magenta (1830-1916)
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Dixon was the 2005 recipient of the Francis Joseph Campbell Award from the American Library Association and the 2009 recipient of the American Foundation for the Blind's Gallagher Award for serving as an outstanding role model to others who have vision loss.
This will be a fund-raising event to finance the education of our farmers' children who will take up an agricultural course in college and eventually be part of the agricultural profession,' said Francis Joseph Blanca of the PPI Corporate Legal Affairs.
AMONG the cases dealt with by Teesside Magistrates' Court on August 31 were: Francis Joseph Smettem, 51, of Chipchase Road, Middlesbrough, given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS100 compensation with PS85 costs for criminal damage.
Bottom row: John Purcell, James Purcell and Francis Joseph McGuire
Barry Francis Joseph Petticrew, who appeared at Belfast Crown Court, was arrested in October 2014 following a search at a farm in Co Fermanagh.
In later years, Bobby lobbied the pope to name a liberal replacement for New York's archconservative Cardinal Francis Joseph Spellman.
There was no peer led intervention," said Francis Joseph, chairman of Delhi Drug Users, an NGO.
Third row, from left - David John Benson, David Leonard Thomas, David William Mather, Derrick George Godwin, Eric Hankin, Eric George Hughes, Francis Joseph McAllister, Gary Christopher Church, Gary Collins, Gary Harrison, Gary Philip Jones, Gerard Bernard Patrick Baron.
CLARKE Francis Joseph (Frank) Passed away on 10th April 2016 aged 88 years.
CARDIFF Remembered reader Jenny Foulkes, whose father Stanley Banks Hughes played for Cardiff Rugby Football Club between 1929 and 1935, informs me that her grandfather Francis Joseph Thomas was a builder who helped build the Edward Nicholl Home which stood at the top of Penylan Hill near the quarry where as children we used to play.
Born on July 20, 1936, he was the son of the late Francis Joseph and Mae (King) Crimmins.
These episodes include the flooding of the Yser River in October 1914, Turkish entry into the war several days later, the landing of Australian troops at Gallipoli, Lloyd George's appointment to the Ministry of Munitions, the death of Emperor Francis Joseph, the German declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare, the abdication of the tsar, the strategic air raid on London of June 1917, the Balfour Declaration, the announcement of the Fourteen Points, and the German Lys offensive in April 1918.