Wallace William


, Sir William 1272?-1305.
Scottish patriot who led resistance against the English and briefly gained control of Scotland (1297-1298) but was captured and executed for treason.
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Being laid off from work inspired me to change life for better WILLIAM WALLACE WILLIAM, 28, was an office manager for a solar company but spent much of his spare time running obstacle course events, so he knew there was a demand for them.
WILLIAM WALLACE William Wallace is a Scottish hero of gigantic proportions, but Ron argues he had a mystical side.
Founded in 1945, by Wallace William Grew, it is run by his three sons, Robert, Douglas and Dr Warwick Grew, managing and technical director.
Service & Committal at Glyntaff Crematorium at 9.45am Family flowers only by request Donations in lieu for Parkinsons UK C/o Morgan Vowles Funeral Directors 154-155 Trehafod Rd Trehafod Pontypridd CF37 2LL Tel 01443 683101 WALLACE William Leslie Billy In the quiet of the evening, I sit and think of you, I open up my memory book, Of the things we used to do, And as I turn the pages My eyes are filled with tears, For, although I have my memories, I can't hold back the years.
Love and miss you always - Irene xx WALLACE William Dad A beautiful memory, dearer than gold, Of a father whose worth can never be told, There's a place in my heart no-one can fill, I miss you, Dad, and always will.
Love you Jack, Sharon, Louise, Daniel, Mitchell, Faye xxxxxx WALLACE William (Billy) Much loved son of Adam (deceased) and Jessie (deceased), loving brother of Adam, Tommy, Isabella, May (deceased) and John, loving uncle and great uncle, passed away peacefully on 20th March 2012, aged 65 years.
AT the 1979 Pan American Games in Puerto Rico, distance runner Wallace Williams of the Virgin Islands was trailing by 39 minutes at the final checkpoint.
And Acting Flight-Lieutenant Gordon Wallace Williams, of Cyncoed Road, who had completed many sorties, was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross after displaying great courage and devotion to duty.
Wallace Williams, president of the Leamington branch of the Burma Star Association, explained that as Europe celebrated the end of the war in May 1945, the fighting in the Far East continued into August.
D27467_2 MEMORIES: Wallace Williams with his medals.