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 {A51} GORDON VERNON AUDLEY(1928- 2012)

He won a Bronze Medal at the 1952 Winter Olympic Games Oslo in the 500m speed skating event. He also carried the Canadian flag at the opening ceremony

   
   DDAudleygrave    {C74} DEREK DUNDONALD AUDLEY (1921 - 1942) Tragically killed when the Typhoon he was flying broke up at 18,000ft.
   

{IR3} FRANK (FRANCIS) H AUDLEY (1850 - 1916)

He registered the following patents  :

1st July 1884 – Hand Loop for Driving Reins (in conjunction with a C.E. Rand)
30th September 1902 –  Holder for Policemen’s Clubs
26th December 1905 – Stirrup
18th September 1906 – Saddle Stirrup
3rd March 1908 Revolver Holster
18th June 1907 – Whip

 

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  kingsleytithe   {R45} WILLIAM AUDLEY or AIDLEY. (1812 - 1884) This biography shows the fields that he farmed in 1841 and 1851 using the Tithe maps of the time and the modern maps of the area from Google Earth
   {ZA27} SIR JAMES De AUDLEY ( c1322 - 1369) was the hero of the Battle of Poitiers (19th September 1356) and a founder Knight of the Garter.     SealofSirJamesAudley2
  Battlefieldimage1   {ZC3} JAMES TOUCHET 5th LORD AUDLEY was slain at the Battle of Blore Heath on 23rd September 1455.
    {Z49} BISHOP EDMUND AUDLEY (c1439 - 1524) He became bishop of Rochester, Hereford and Salisbury. The biography includes photographs of the Audley Chapel in Hereford Cathedral and the Audley Chapel in Salisbury Cathedral.    

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