Russell John

Russell

, John First Earl Russell. 1792-1878.
British politician who served as prime minister (1846-1852 and 1865-1866) and advocated parliamentary reform.
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RUSSELL JOHN McKENZIE Peacefully in hospital on June 4th, John aged 86 years.
The man, who police named as Russell John Tully, is accused of entering the Work and Income New Zealand (WINZ) office in the South Island town of Ashburton mid-morning and targeting workers.
Russell John Evans, 45, of Talbot Green, Pontyclun, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention.
Russell John Bland is said to have grabbed the buttocks of two women at the now-closed Forth Park in Kirkcaldy.
North Colin Russell John Coffey (2.20 Wolverhampton, nap) Yet to win but has some fair placed efforts to his name, notably last time when a close third over 6f.
From Mum, Pops, Mitchell, Lynsey, Jodie and family xxxxx RUSSELL John Frederick One year today 12th June you passed away.
Hospital colleagues found Russell John Roche slumped in a toilet holding a cannula with which he had administered a fatal dose of propofol and another anaesthetic.
Turnover for 2010-11 will exceed pounds 1.9m and the company, advised by Graham Paul Chartered Accountants and law firm Berry Smith, has now been restructured to be solely owned by Russell John.
Porthcawl were disappointed to go out of the bowl, beaten 26-17 at home by Bryncethin for whom Lewis Davies crossed for two tries and Russell John one.
Russell John Vreeken of Eugene died July 7 of cancer at age 65.
Russell John Long, age 92, Professor Emeritus of Biology at Lamar University, Beaumont, TX, died 16 August 2002 at Christus Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, Beaumont.
The visitors' wing Russell John crossed for a brace of tries, outside-half Greg Thornton kicked a penalty and four con-versions.