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Province of Westphalia

; Adolf Galland (junior) was the second of four sons of Adolf Galland (senior) and his French wife Anna, née Schipper. Upholding the family tradition, Galland (senior) worked as the land manager or bailiff to the Count von Westerholt. Toliver and Constable 1999, p. 15. Galland's older brother was Fritz and his two younger brothers were Wilhelm-Ferdinand (Wilhelm-Ferdinand Galland) and Paul. Their father had pet names for all his family members. His wife Anna was called


Attock

mother's early demise in 1919, th young Shaukat and his siblings were taken care of by their step-mother and in due course, he was sent to study at the Aitchison College and the Aligarh University, briefly, before he was sent, in keeping with family tradition, to join the British Indian Army, upon passing the qualifying examinations Shaukat Hyat Khan, "Memoirs", p.19 . - Attock GPO 43600 Attock Punjab (Pakistan) Punjab


Province of Silesia

'' at Groß Stein. According to family tradition, being firstborn and heir to the title Graf (Count) Strachwitz, he was christened Hyazinth after the 12th century Saint Hyazinth (Saint Hyacinth). death_date birth_place Ernsdorf (Jaworze, Silesian Voivodeship), Silesia (Province of Silesia), Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia) death_place Bad Wildungen, Hesse Arnim was born in Ernsdorf (Jaworze, Silesian Voivodeship) in the Kingdom


Montenegro

) was politician from noble Serbian orthodox (Serbian orthodox church) family from Obrovac (Obrovac, Croatia) and Islam Grčki, descendant of Stojan Janković ''Baština dvora Jankovica'', Istorijski muzej Srbije, Beograd 2006, p. 92. , and his mother Fani Desnica was from catholic family Luković from Prčanj near Kotor in what is today Montenegro According to family tradition Luković family came from Foča (today Republika Srpska, Bosnia

Srbije, Beograd 2006, p. 92. , and his mother Fani Desnica was from catholic family Luković from Prčanj near Kotor in what is today Montenegro According to family tradition Luković family came from Foča (today Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina), over montenegrin mountains to Prčanj (Montenegro) in 17th century. Don Niko Luković, ''Prčanj'', Kotor 1937, p. 217. There are several more places with same name (in the Republic

, and ultimately from western Bosnia (Bosnia (region)); J. Zovko, Boškovići u selu Orahovi Dol, 1918 this is family tradition of Kristić's, who are descendants of Bošković's who still live in Orahov Do. However, Bošković's who live near Stoce themselves have family tradition that they moved from Popovo to Hutovo and then to Dubrave. Bošković's who live around Mostar and Čapljina also have family tradition according to which they settled there from Popovo. All three branches, also, claim that they have settled to Popovo from northern Montenegro Šćepanović, pg. 149 and are proud of their Montenegrin origins (Montenegro). This is further strengthened by tradition recorded in Rovci in Montenegro according to which a part of their kinsmen have moved from Rovci and settled in western Herzegovina in period consistent with tradition of Bošković's. Šćepanović, pg. 151 Patriarch of the family would then be Boško Stanišin Šćepanović from Rovci in Montenegro, most likely Ruđer's great-great-grandfather. This is also strengthened by the fact that the village Crnići, where Bošković's are the most numerous was also sometimes called Nikšić Popović, pg. 280 and that the family of Rudjer Bošković themselves claimed their common ancestor took the last name after his father. Other, mostly with clerical background held view that Bošković's had that last name before settling in Orahov Do, but have claimed that they moved there from Dubrave near Stoce, and ultimately from western Bosnia (Bosnia (region)); J. Zovko, Boškovići u selu Orahovi Dol, 1918 this is family tradition of Kristić's, who are descendants of Bošković's who still live in Orahov Do. However, Bošković's who live near Stoce themselves have family tradition that they moved from Popovo to Hutovo and then to Dubrave. Bošković's who live around Mostar and Čapljina also have family tradition according to which they settled there from Popovo. All three branches, also, claim that they have settled to Popovo from northern Montenegro Šćepanović, pg. 149 and are proud of their Montenegrin origins (Montenegro). This is further strengthened by tradition recorded in Rovci in Montenegro according to which a part of their kinsmen have moved from Rovci and settled in western Herzegovina in period consistent with tradition of Bošković's. Šćepanović, pg. 151 Patriarch of the family would then be Boško Stanišin Šćepanović from Rovci in Montenegro, most likely Ruđer's great-great-grandfather. This is also strengthened by the fact that the village Crnići, where Bošković's are the most numerous was also sometimes called Nikšić Popović, pg. 280 and that the family of Rudjer Bošković themselves claimed their common ancestor took the last name after his father. Other, mostly with clerical background held view that Bošković's had that last name before settling in Orahov Do, but have claimed that they moved there from Dubrave near Stoce, and ultimately from western Bosnia (Bosnia (region)); J. Zovko, Boškovići u selu Orahovi Dol, 1918 this is family tradition of Kristić's, who are descendants of Bošković's who still live in Orahov Do. However, Bošković's who live near Stoce themselves have family tradition that they moved from Popovo to Hutovo and then to Dubrave. Bošković's who live around Mostar and Čapljina also have family tradition according to which they settled there from Popovo. All three branches, also, claim that they have settled to Popovo from northern Montenegro Šćepanović, pg. 149 and are proud of their Montenegrin origins (Montenegro). This is further strengthened by tradition recorded in Rovci in Montenegro according to which a part of their kinsmen have moved from Rovci and settled in western Herzegovina in period consistent with tradition of Bošković's. Šćepanović, pg. 151 Patriarch of the family would then be Boško Stanišin Šćepanović from Rovci in Montenegro, most likely Ruđer's great-great-grandfather. This is also strengthened by the fact that the village Crnići, where Bošković's are the most numerous was also sometimes called Nikšić Popović, pg. 280 and that the family of Rudjer Bošković themselves claimed their common ancestor took the last name after his father. Other countries The tradition of the Old New Year has been kept in Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Ukraine (Malanka), Wales and Switzerland (as alter Silvester). In the first half of the 20th century, segments of the Scottish Gaelic community still observed the feast The Last Pibroch, Jaunty Jock and the Ayrshire Idylls by Neil Munro, stated in the glossary; http: www.guardian.co.uk lifeandstyle shortcuts 2012 jan 09 gaelic-new-year-celebrations and today, groups such as Edinburgh's Am Bothan WikiPedia:Montenegro Dmoz:Regional Europe Montenegro


Kotor

Desnica was from catholic family Luković from Prčanj near Kotor in what is today Montenegro According to family tradition Luković family came from Foča (today Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina), over montenegrin mountains to Prčanj (Montenegro) in 17th century. Don Niko Luković, ''Prčanj'', Kotor 1937, p. 217. The monastic church, dedicated to Christ Pantocrator and built from blocks of red-purple, light-yellow and onyx


Wuxi

relies on an essay written by his wife Yang Jiang. "On Qian Zhongshu and the ''Fortress Besieged''" (記錢鍾書與《圍城》,记钱锺书与《围城》), 1985, collected in ''Yang Jiang's Selected Prose'' (杨绛散文), Hangzhou: Zhejiang Literary Press, 1994. Born in Wuxi, Qian Zhongshu was the son of Qian Jibo (錢基博,钱基博), a conservative Confucian scholar. By family tradition, Qian Zhongzhu grew up under the care


Province of Posen

Heinz authorlink coauthors title Design for Flight publisher Macdonald date 1960 location pages 216 url doi id isbn When World War I broke out Tank wished to join the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte), but his father insisted he instead follow the family tradition and enlist in the cavalry. He ended the war as a captain, with many decorations for bravery. With these Prussian gains in territory, the kingdom


Duchy of Milan

On 15 May 1702 the Powers of the Grand Alliance (Grand Alliance (League of Augsburg)), led by England and the Dutch Republic, declared war on France and Spain. Emperor Leopold I (Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor) also declared war on the Bourbon powers, but his forces under Prince Eugene (Prince Eugene of Savoy) had already begun hostilities in northern Italy along the Po Valley in an attempt to secure for Austria the Spanish Duchy of Milan. Eugene’s successful 1701 campaign had aroused enthusiasm in England for war against France, and helped Emperor Leopold’s efforts in persuading King William III (William III of England) to send an Allied fleet to the Mediterranean Sea. Count Wratislaw (John Wenceslau Wratislaw von Mitrowitz), the Emperor’s envoy in England, urged that the sight of an Allied fleet in the Mediterranean would effect a revolution in the Spanish province of Naples (Kingdom of Naples); win south Italy from the precarious grip of Philip V (Philip V of Spain); overawe the Francophile Pope Clement XI; and encourage the Duke of Savoy (Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia) – and other Italian princes – to change sides. Trevelyan: ''England Under Queen Anne: Blenheim,'' p. 262 More modestly, Prince Eugene pleaded for a squadron to protect the passage of his supplies from Trieste across the Adriatic (Adriatic Sea).


Santiago de Cuba

and take up permanent residence in Puerto Plata. While in Cuba, Don Andrés acquired expertise in the making of rum, and based on that experience he founded Brugal & Co. in Puerto Plata, the company produces several different kinds of rum. After introducing its dark rum into the market in 1888. It would mark the beginning of a long family tradition. Don Andrés, unknowingly, would become the forebearer of entrepreneurial leadership in Dominican society. In 1920 the company's first warehouses were


Dnipropetrovsk

все разговаривали на русском. У меня до сих пор мама обычно не разговаривает на украинском." ("I beginning to speak in Ukrainian when I was around 36. Before that, my mother and the rest of my family, we all conversed in Russian. My mother still usually doesn't talk in Ukrainian.") According to Tymoshenko her braids are a family tradition. DATE OF BIRTH 27 November 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH Dnipropetrovsk


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