Ronald Lamb was an American football running back in the American Football League for the Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falcons. He played college football at the University of South Carolina. Lamb attended McCormick High School, he accepted a football scholarship from the University of South Carolina, where he played wingback and halfback. He received All-Conference honors as a baseball player. Lamb was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 13th round of the 1966 NFL Draft, he was released after being tried before the start of the season. In 1966, he signed with the Montreal Beavers of the Continental Football League, reuniting with his former South Carolina head coach Marvin Bass, he was sold to the Denver Broncos on October 31, 1967. In 1967, he signed with the Denver Broncos but was limited with a knee injury and was placed on the taxi squad; the next year he earned the starting fullback position. On September 19, 1968, after starting three games he was placed on the injury waiver list, with a neck injury.
On October 21, 1968, he was claimed off waivers by the Cincinnati Bengals, where he was a reserve player. On August 7, 1972, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for fullback Les Shy, he was released before the start of the season. On September 5, 1972, he was claimed off waivers by the Atlanta Falcons, he was activated after spending the first two games on the taxi squad. He was waived during the offseason. In 1973, he signed with the Washington Redskins and was released on August 6. In 1974, he signed with the Jacksonville Sharks of the World Football League, he announced his retirement on July 28, 1975, after receiving an offer to become a full-time assistant coach with the team. After his retirement from football, he suffered from alcohol abuse which damaged his heart and liver, he died on June 20, 2000. Ron Lamb at Find a Grave Coach Bass Feels Ron Lamb Matured
Shuttleworth Hall is a 17th-century manor house in the civil parish of Hapton in Lancashire, England. It is protected as a Grade I listed building; the oldest part of the house dates from the early to mid-17th century. An inscription over the outer doorway to the porch contains the date of 1639. Although historians have supposed that the house was a residence of the Shuttleworth family of Gawthorpe Hall in Padiham, Shuttleworth Hall's connection to that branch of the family is unclear. By 1856, the building was described as a farmhouse, it now consists of two separate dwellings. In April 1953, the house was designated a Grade I listed building; the Grade I listing is for buildings "of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important". The garden wall and arched gateway are separately designated with a Grade II* listing; the house is constructed of coursed rubble sandstone with roofs of stone slate. Its plan is H-shaped and it is built on two stories. Most of the windows have transoms.
A garden to the south of the house is enclosed by a wall with a segmental-arched gateway. Grade I listed buildings in Lancashire Listed buildings in Lancashire Farrer, William. A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6, Constable, OCLC 270761418 Harland, John; the House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall. Manchester: Printed for the Chetham Society. OCLC 5113248. Hartwell, Clare. Lancashire: North. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-12667-0