Burke's Peerage Limited is a British genealogical publisher founded in 1826, when Irish genealogist John Burke began releasing books devoted to the ancestry and heraldry of the peerage, baronetage and landed gentry of the United Kingdom. His first publication, a Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the United Kingdom, was updated sporadically until 1847, when the company began releasing new editions every year as Burke's Peerage and Knightage. Other books followed, including Burke's Landed Gentry, Burke's Colonial Gentry, Burke's General Armory. In addition to the peerage, Burke's published books on royal families of Europe and Latin America, ruling families of Africa and the Middle East, distinguished families of the United States and historical families of Ireland; the firm was established in 1826 by progenitor of a dynasty of genealogists and heralds. His son Sir John Bernard Burke was Ulster King of Arms and his grandson, Sir Henry Farnham Burke, was Garter Principal King of Arms.
After his death, ownership passed through a variety of people. Apart from the Burke family, editors have included Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, Alfred Trego Butler, Leslie Gilbert Pine, Peter Townend, Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd. In 1877, the Oxford professor Edward Augustus Freeman attacked the accuracy of Burke’s and claimed that it contained pedigrees that were "purely mythical – if indeed mythical is not too respectable a name for what must be in many cases the work of deliberate invention …. All but invariably false; as a rule, it is not only false, but impossible … not fictions, but that kind of fiction which is, in its beginning and interested falsehood." Oscar Wilde in the play A Woman of No Importance wrote: "You should study Gerald. It is the one book a young man about town should know and it is the best thing in fiction the English have done!" In 1901, the historian J. Horace Round wrote of Burke’s “old fables” and “grotesquely impossible tales”. More recent editions have been more scrupulously checked and rewritten for accuracy, notably under the chief editorship, from 1949-59, of L. G. Pine-, sceptical regarding many families' claims to antiquity: - and Hugh Massingberd.
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Joshua Yorwerth is a Welsh professional footballer who last played for Peterborough United. He began his career as a youth player with Cardiff City, joining the club at the age of 13, he spent time on loan with Hereford United during the club's final months before folding due to financial problems. In 2015, he signed for Ipswich Town. After spending several months on loan with Crawley Town, he joined the club on a permanent basis in 2016, he spent time on loan with Merthyr Town before establishing himself in the first team, making 91 appearances in all competitions. He joined Peterborough United in 2018 but was sacked by the club eight months after evading an anti-doping test and admitting to cocaine use, he received a four-year ban from The Football Association in February 2019, the longest doping-related ban sanctioned in English professional football. At international level, he has represented Wales at several youth levels. Yorwerth was born in Bridgend and grew up in the nearby village of Brynmenyn.
As a youngster he played youth football for local sides in Aberkenfig, where he was coached by his father Robert, Pencoed and was a fan of Manchester United. He attended Ynysawdre Comprehensive School, he represented Wales at youth level in rugby union. Yorwerth was a member of the Cardiff City F. C. Academy, signing scholarship forms in 2008 at the age of 13, he progressed up to the under-21 development side in 2014 but, unable to break into the first team, he sought a loan move to gain experience. Yorwerth admitted that he struggled to find a club willing to take him on loan, commenting "My agent couldn't find me anything and it's quite hard to get loan moves for youngsters who haven't got any experience or not played any games." He joined Southern Football League side Hereford United on loan in November 2014, scoring on his debut in a 3–1 win over Frome Town. However the following month Hereford were forced into liquidation due to financial difficulties and they were removed from the league with their records for the season expunged.
With four experienced centre-backs in the squad and competition from other youngsters Ben Nugent and Adedeji Oshilaja, Yorwerth found first team chances non-existent on his return to Cardiff and was not offered an extension to his contract in order to seek regular football elsewhere. He revealed that he had suffered from a gambling addiction during his time with Cardiff. After appearing in two under-21 fixtures for the club during a trial period, Yorwerth joined fellow Championship side Ipswich Town on a two-year contract, with the option of a third, in 2015, he made his professional debut for Ipswich in an EFL Cup match against Stevenage on 11 August 2015, scored in the 55th minute. The goal equalised for Ipswich, who went on to win 2–1, he played in the following two rounds of the competition, featuring in a 4–1 victory over Doncaster Rovers and a 3–0 defeat to Manchester United. Yorwerth joined League Two club Crawley Town on a one-month loan on 29 September 2015 and made his Football League debut against Newport County in a 3–0 win the same day.
He made five appearances during the month and his loan spell was extended until 29 December 2015. In April 2016, Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy announced that Yorwerth would leave the club at the end of the season, with the club and player agreeing to a mutual termination of his contract a month later. On 1 June 2016, Yorwerth rejoined Crawley on a permanent basis on a one-year deal, he made his first appearance of the season as a substitute in place of Jason Banton during a 1–1 draw with Doncaster Rovers on 13 August. Three days he again appeared as a late substitute and scored the only goal of the game in a victory over Exeter City. However, Yorwerth was given leave by the club to return home for "personal reasons" in October 2016. Having returned to Wales, Yorwerth joined local side Merthyr Town on a 28-day loan. Three days Yorwerth made his debut in a 2–0 home victory over Dorchester Town. In the following fixture, Yorwerth scored the equaliser in a 1–1 draw against Slough Town. On 4 November 2016, after impressing with the Welsh side, Yorwerth's loan at Merthyr Town was extended until 4 January 2017.
However, days after his loan extension, Crawley decided to recall Yorwerth, after injuries to Mark Connolly and Joe McNerney. Following his return, Crawley manager Dermot Drummy credited the loan spell with an improvement in Yorwerth's form. On 30 May 2017, Yorwerth signed a new one-year deal at Crawley with an option of an extra year. Under Drummy's replacement Harry Kewell, Yorwerth continued as a first team regular. However, he admitted to clashing with the manager on several occasions over his drinking, was dropped on occasion after arriving at training sessions smelling of alcohol. Despite this, Yorwerth excelled for Crawley, stating his belief that he "had a brilliant season." He made 43 appearances for Crawley during the 2017–18 season, scoring once. On 6 July 2018, Yorwerth joined League One side Peterborough United on a three-year deal. Although the sum was undisclosed, it was reported to be a "six-figure fee." He made his debut for the club as a substitute in place of Matt Godden during a 4–1 victory over Rochdale in Peterborough's second game of the season.
One month he made his first start in a 3–3 draw with Milton Keynes Dons in the EFL Trophy. He made one further appearance for the club in a 4–2 victory over Gillingham on 22 September. In September 2018, officials visited Yorwerth's home in order to carry out routine random drug tests. In the days prior to the visit he had taken cocaine and, fearing a positive test, he refused to answer the door to testers. Yorwerth feared failing the test would result in an automatic two-year ban, however
Alta Flights was a charter airline based in Edmonton, Canada. It operated regional cargo charters throughout Canada and the United States, its main base was Edmonton International Airport, with hubs at Edmonton City Centre Airport and at Calgary International Airport. The airline was started operations in 1986 as Alberta Express, it started scheduled services on 19 November 2001. Scheduled services were suspended on 1 January 2006, it has 105 employees. As of 1 October 2014, Alta Flights became part of Sunwest Aviation. List of defunct airlines of Canada Alta Flights Historical fleet
The 2006–07 Serie B season is the 75th season since its establishment in 1929. It started on September 9, 2006 and ended on June 10, 2007; the 22 clubs in Serie B each played. The 2006–07 season marked the first Serie B appearance for two clubs, Frosinone and 27-time Italian champions Juventus, whose involvement in the league was a direct result of the'Calciopoli' rulings and not competition in the previous Serie A season. A. C. Arezzo began the season with a six-point deficit and Juventus F. C. a nine-point deficit, due to their involvement in the 2006 Italian football scandal. In addition, U. S. Triestina Calcio were docked one point because of financial irregularities, Pescara Calcio were penalized one point for late tax payments. Despite the large deficit at the start of the league, Juventus coasted through the season with ease and became the first team mathematically promoted to the Serie A for the 2007–08 season with a 5–1 away win at Arezzo on 19 May 2007, with three games remaining in the schedule.
One week they clinched the title of Serie B champions for 2006–07 with a 2–0 home win against Mantova. Juventus were awarded the first-ever Ali della Vittoria Cup, designed this year for the winner of the Serie B championship. On the last day of the season Napoli played Genoa. Napoli only needed a draw for automatic promotion; the match ended Napoli were promoted. However, Piacenza only managed a 1 -- 1 draw with Triestina. A gap of ten or more points between the third and fourth-placed teams meant that no playoffs would be held, Genoa became the third team promoted to Serie A. Both Napoli and Genoa were promoted from Serie C1 to Serie B, from Serie B to Serie A in successive seasons. On 12 May 2007 Pescara became the first team mathematically relegated to Serie C1 for the 2007–08 season with a 3–1 loss at Piacenza on Day 38 of the schedule. One week Crotone was mathematically relegated with a 2–0 loss at Trieste. On the last match day, Arezzo became the third team relegated despite winning 3–1 at Treviso, as both Spezia and Hellas Verona won their games.
Tied 2–2 with Juventus, Spezia was only seconds away from relegation, but a dramatic goal on the 91st minute by Nicola Padoin condemned Arezzo and qualified Spezia for the playoffs. The fourth team to be relegated was decided in a two-legged playoff between Spezia; the first leg ended in a 2–1 win for Spezia, a 0–0 tie in the return match condemned Verona to play Serie C1 in the 2007–08 season. These are the 22 teams which took part in the Serie B 2006–07: First leg: June 15, Stadio Alberto Picco, La Spezia Second leg: June 21, Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi, VeronaHellas Verona F. C. relegated to 2007–08 Serie C1. Last updated June 10, 2007 2006–07 Serie B Squads
Fallsbury Township is one of the twenty-five townships of Licking County, United States. The 2000 census found 865 people in the township. Located in the northeastern corner of the county, it borders the following townships: Jackson Township, Knox County - north Perry Township, Coshocton County - northeast Pike Township, Coshocton County - east Perry Township - south Mary Ann Township - southwest corner Eden Township - west Clay Township, Knox County - northwest cornerNo municipalities are located in Fallsbury Township, it is the only Fallsbury Township statewide. The township is governed by a three-member board of trustees, who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January 1. Two are elected in the year after the presidential election and one is elected in the year before it. There is an elected township fiscal officer, who serves a four-year term beginning on April 1 of the year after the election, held in November of the year before the presidential election.
Vacancies in the fiscal officership or on the board of trustees are filled by the remaining trustees. County website