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One of a number of more abstract compositions taken inside Liverpool Central Library. This is SOOC.

 

Have a nice day! :-)

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

Named for one of three Bahamanian Navy men who died during a drug interdiction operation that went wrong, the Austin Smith rest in shallow water in the Exuma Cays of the Bahamas. Coming upon her from the bow, as she materializes from the gray water of the late afternoon, the Austin Smith seems ready to cast off to the surface for one last run.

March 16, 2012; Atlantic City, NJ: Union goalie Troy Grosenick. The Union Dutchmen defeated the Colgate Raiders 6-2 at the Historic Boardwalk Hall in Men's ECAC Semifinal action. ( Bill Stahl / Inside Hockey )

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

Elementree Livity Project brought the high-energy reggae-rock to the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus.

Blackbeard's Cruises liveabord dive trip to the Exumas, Bahamas.

blogged: deganwalters.com/2013/03/the-bahamas/

this storm was over smithvile texas as seen from 7th and airport

 

65 miles away

Elementree Livity Project brought the high-energy reggae-rock to the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus.

Elementree Livity Project brought the high-energy reggae-rock to the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus.

#077 from the Nixon collection box 1A.

The Tennant Homestead, built about 1830 by Austin Smith, educator and lawyer. Austin Smith married Sarah McMahon (daughter of the first settler) and lift to be over 100. Their daughter married MD Tennant. Their grandson, Arthur Skinner Tennant, was a lawyer and local historian. Date of photo unknown.

this storm was over smithvile texas as seen from east austin

 

also seen on kxan36 in austin

 

70 miles away

Elementree Livity Project brought the high-energy reggae-rock to the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus.

Elementree Livity Project thrilled the crowd on the second night of the Ohmstead Music Festival with guest appearances by Austin Smith of Roots of a Rebellion and Jay Shrub of Shrub at Hannon's Camp America in Oxford, Ohio.

#039 from the Nixon collection box 1A.

The Tennant Homestead, built about 1830 by Austin Smith, educator and lawyer. Austin Smith married Sarah McMahon (daughter of the first settler) and lift to be over 100. Their daughter married MD Tennant. Their grandson, Arthur Skinner Tennant, was a lawyer and local historian. Date of photo unknown.

Austin Smith, getting wasted at our camping trip to Mt. Bachelor. December 2011

This stupid shark kept getting in the way of me taking a picture of the shipwreck. Dumb shark! You're ruining my picture!! Who wants a picture of a shark?

 

The ship below him is the Austin Smith. Well, not really. The ship is called the Cape Current. It was decommissioned and was to be sunk off the coast of San Salvador but accidentally sunk in transit.

 

The artificial reef and dive site was later named "Austin Smith" to honor a fallen Bahamian Defense Forces Marine killed in a 1980 attack by Cuban MiG jets. Along with Smith, Fenrick Sturrup, David Tucker, and Edward Williams were killed in the attack.

 

This is my first foray into shooting underwater. Of over 300 shots in a week of diving this is about the only one worth sharing. But I learned a lot and look forward to my next dive trip with hopefully a higher success ratio!

Elementree Livity Project thrilled the crowd on the second night of the Ohmstead Music Festival with guest appearances by Austin Smith of Roots of a Rebellion and Jay Shrub of Shrub at Hannon's Camp America in Oxford, Ohio.

Identifier: armorialfamilies01foxd

Title: Armorial families : a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour

Year: 1905 (1900s)

Authors: Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles, 1871-1928

Subjects: Heraldry -- Great Britain

Publisher: Edinburgh : T.C. & E.C. Jack

Contributing Library: Boston Public Library

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g sun, proper, an eagle displayed sable. 158 IBit IBit Badge—A rose gules, leaved and slipped vert, and anIndian rose, leaved and slipped or in sal tire, enfiled by acirclet gold.. Motto— Avance. Son of Henry Birkmyre, Gentleman, of Port Glas-gow, b. 1832 ; d. 1900; m. 1854:—Sir Archibald Birkmyre, C.B.E., ist Bart. {29 Jan.1921), Knt. Bach., Sen. Partner of Birkmyre Bros.,Merchants, Calcutta, b. 1875 ; m. 1896, Annie, d. of Capt.James Black ; and has issue—(i) Henry Birkmyre, Esq.,b. 1898 [m. 1922, Doris Gertrude, d. of Col. Herbert AustinSmith, CLE.; and has issue—Archibald Birkmyre, Esq.,b. 1923 (Res.—Calcutta)]; (2) Archy Birkmyre, Esq.,6.1904. Seat—Dalmunzie, Glenshee, CO. Perth. Clubs—Oriental, Bengal (Calcutta). BIRKMYRE (L.O., 6 Oct. 1903). Or. on a fessegules,between three branches of birch slipped proper, a mirrorpommet6 argent. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest—On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle displayed sable, beakedand membered gules. Motto—Avance.

 

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Son of William Birkmyre, sometime M.P. for theAyr Burghs :—Henry Birkmyre, Esq., J.P. for Argyllshire, i. 30 Nov.1864 ; m. and has issue, ^es.—Port Glasgow. BIRLEY. Sable, on a fesse engrailed, between threeboars heads couped argent, a mascle between two crosscrosslets of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest—Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-boar rampant sable,collared argent, the chain reflexed over the back or,supporting a branch of wild teazle proper, charged on theshoulder with a millrind argent. Motto—Omni libermetu. Sons of Hugh Arthur Birley, Esq., J.P., Major andHon. Lieut.-Col. Earl of Chesters Yeomanry Cavalry,B.A., 6. 1846, d. 1923 ; m. 1874, Amy, eldest dau. ofWiUiam H. Chichester of Grenofen, Devon: —Hugh Ronald Chichester Birley, Gentleman, B.A., d.1878. Bevil Langton Birley, D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. Reserve ofOfficers, late Kings Own Lancaster Regt., i. 1884; m.1914, Eleanor Mary, d. of the late Lt.-Col. William W.Cordeaux, O.B.E., and has issue. Res.—i

  

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Identifier: armorialfamilies01foxd

Title: Armorial families : a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour

Year: 1905 (1900s)

Authors: Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles, 1871-1928

Subjects: Heraldry -- Great Britain

Publisher: Edinburgh : T.C. & E.C. Jack

Contributing Library: Boston Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

  

View Book Page: Book Viewer

About This Book: Catalog Entry

View All Images: All Images From Book

 

Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.

  

Text Appearing Before Image:

g sun, proper, an eagle displayed sable. 158 IBit IBit Badge—A rose gules, leaved and slipped vert, and anIndian rose, leaved and slipped or in sal tire, enfiled by acirclet gold.. Motto— Avance. Son of Henry Birkmyre, Gentleman, of Port Glas-gow, b. 1832 ; d. 1900; m. 1854:—Sir Archibald Birkmyre, C.B.E., ist Bart. {29 Jan.1921), Knt. Bach., Sen. Partner of Birkmyre Bros.,Merchants, Calcutta, b. 1875 ; m. 1896, Annie, d. of Capt.James Black ; and has issue—(i) Henry Birkmyre, Esq.,b. 1898 [m. 1922, Doris Gertrude, d. of Col. Herbert AustinSmith, CLE.; and has issue—Archibald Birkmyre, Esq.,b. 1923 (Res.—Calcutta)]; (2) Archy Birkmyre, Esq.,6.1904. Seat—Dalmunzie, Glenshee, CO. Perth. Clubs—Oriental, Bengal (Calcutta). BIRKMYRE (L.O., 6 Oct. 1903). Or. on a fessegules,between three branches of birch slipped proper, a mirrorpommet6 argent. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest—On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle displayed sable, beakedand membered gules. Motto—Avance.

 

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Son of William Birkmyre, sometime M.P. for theAyr Burghs :—Henry Birkmyre, Esq., J.P. for Argyllshire, i. 30 Nov.1864 ; m. and has issue, ^es.—Port Glasgow. BIRLEY. Sable, on a fesse engrailed, between threeboars heads couped argent, a mascle between two crosscrosslets of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest—Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-boar rampant sable,collared argent, the chain reflexed over the back or,supporting a branch of wild teazle proper, charged on theshoulder with a millrind argent. Motto—Omni libermetu. Sons of Hugh Arthur Birley, Esq., J.P., Major andHon. Lieut.-Col. Earl of Chesters Yeomanry Cavalry,B.A., 6. 1846, d. 1923 ; m. 1874, Amy, eldest dau. ofWiUiam H. Chichester of Grenofen, Devon: —Hugh Ronald Chichester Birley, Gentleman, B.A., d.1878. Bevil Langton Birley, D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. Reserve ofOfficers, late Kings Own Lancaster Regt., i. 1884; m.1914, Eleanor Mary, d. of the late Lt.-Col. William W.Cordeaux, O.B.E., and has issue. Res.—i

  

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Elementree Livity Project brought the high-energy reggae-rock to the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus.

A reminder of how amazing the summer is in Cornwall

Blackbeard's Cruises liveabord dive trip to the Exumas, Bahamas.

blogged: deganwalters.com/2013/03/the-bahamas/

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

Nashville-based Roots of a Rebellion got the party started right with their smooth reggae at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio.

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