Then, the storm hit near Gloucester and what started out as a potential chapter in a book became a book in itself.
One outfit was named Lady Montagu Douglass Scott after the former Duchess of Gloucester.
McIntyre was 32 years old when he took a job as an engineer on the Valhalla, a fishing trawler moored in Gloucester, Mass.
Faulkner House: If Kate wants to stay south of the park then this Gloucester Road girls school could be a handy choice.
Ball was created bishop of Gloucester in 1991 at a ceremony attended by Prince Charles.
Gloucester fancied that the opportunity of overthrowing his rival had come.
He wrote another poem on the death of the duke of Gloucester.
It was, however, somewhat uncertain what Gloucester intended to do.
Cress, thou wilt not do anything to Sir Richard of Gloucester?
Besides this magnificent pile, Gloucester possesses four other churches, which deserve some slight notice.
English county, Old English Gleawceaster, from Latin Coloniae Glev (2c.), from Glevo, a Celtic name meaning "bright place" (perhaps influenced by Old English gleaw "wise, prudent") + Old English ceaster "Roman town" (see Chester).