Born in Glasgow in 1966, Rankin grew up in St. Albans and studied photography at the London College of Printing.
After toiling in this city for a number of years he taught at St. Albans.
At St. Albans, about 1660, there was a man-witch, who 'had like a Breast on his side'.
I made arrangements to appear at the inquest on the following day, and returned to St. Albans.
The first return of Bacon for St. Albans was not until 1601.
Nicholas Breakspere was born near St. Albans, most probably about the close of the 11th century.
As an example we give the shield of arms of the Abbey of St. Albans.
The chief argument against the belief that western towers existed at St. Albans is that no documentary record of them is found.
The Duchess of St. Albans held one of the plates the first morning.
(d) Brushes of many kinds are manufactured at St. Albans and Berkhampstead.