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I know that Henry the viii had illegitimate children. How many of these illegitimate children survived and were able to have children of their own. Does any one know if there are living decedents of Henry the VIII alive today?

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Stonehenge Today and Yesterday


A tour of the Irish countryside in the 1920s. Topurchase a clean DVD or digital download of this film for personal home use or educational use contact us at questions@archivefarms.com. To license footage from this film for commercial use visit: www.travelfilmarchive.com


1944,1966,1991, & 2005


When Warwick Castle unleashed its new £800k attraction on the public, WPR made sure BBC Midlands Today were there to capture the moment.

I just bought thye celtic cross zippo lighter, it will not stay lit.. i can get it to spark but it won’t stay lit. I did not add fuel or ANYTHING to it, i took it right out of the box and it wouldn’t work. PLEASE ANY WAY TO FIX THIS?


You are amazing. Beautiful today and Tomorrow.Please visit my shop and find yourself something wonderful you deserve it!

Yes it is T, And thats coming straight from the mouth of a ‘tic supporter.lol

Ireland coach Trapattoni takes pay cut – paper
Ireland coach Giovanni Trapattoni has taken a 100,000 euro ($130,300) a year pay cut to express his solidarity with a country going through severe financial troubles, The Irish Times reported on Wednesday.

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Ireland’s Cowen defends cut to minimum wage
Ireland’s contentious decision to cut the country’s minimum wage will save jobs, Prime Minister Brian Cowen insisted Wednesday as he defended his planned austerity measures.

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Ireland has ‘butterflies’ awaiting nomination hearing today
Justice Roderick L. Ireland said he has butterflies as he prepares for the Governor’s Council hearing today on his nomination to become the next chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court.

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The Corrs Angel live (Today Show)

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