the French. Sankt Mari Kirke, Frederiksberg (31 km jesu Hjerte Kirke, Kbenhavn (33 km vor Frue og Sankt Antoni Menighed, Herlev (34 km ). In lieu of flowers, gifts in memory of Harold may be made to: Seattle Fisherman's Memorial Educational Scholarship ( ml ).
John the Baptist Kge, Denmark Circumscription: Diocese of Kbenhavn Type: Church Rite: Roman (Latin) Address: Bjerggade 10, Kge 4600 Country: Denmark. Descendants of Arnold Kyrke Generation. Arnold1 kyrke was born Abt. Child of arnold kyrke is:. 1545, Norton Derby, England.
Harald Olav Myrold, harold (aka Harald or Big Harold) was born in Sr-Vgsy (Mly Norway on October 9, 1943 and went peacefully to be with the Lord on October 20, 2014. George was a ship owned by Thomas Kirke, son of Gervase Kirke. Harold is survived by his son Erik (Jamie) Myrold, grandson Aaron Myrold, sister Rita (John) Moren, niece Michaela Moren, his beloved companion, Linda Roberts and his many close family and friends. So on the 30th day of July 1629 the English flag was raised over Quebec, and procession was taken of Quebec in the name of the King of England. The Abigal-300 tons-Cat David Kirke, the William-200 tons-Capt Lewis Kirke, the George-200 tons-Capt Thomas Kirke. He will be deeply missed and remembered as a wonderful father, grand- father, brother, uncle, life partner and a fun, kind, loving person with a generous nature. Gervase Kirke had two daughters, both Ladies In Waiting for King the late 1630s a portrait of Lady Ann Kirke was painted by Van Dyck. In 1628 when war started between England and France the five sons of Gervase Kirke. In1642 the English Civil War begain in England, by 1643 the fighting was geting to be heavy, so in 1643 King Charles sent David Kirks sister to Newfoundland so as to keep her and her family out of harms way. He fished on many boats and with perseverance, worked his way into the wheelhouse in only five short years. In 1629 the Kirks left England again, and David had nine ships under his command. Petersburg Russia Hermitage) Gervase Kirke died in 1629, but he lived long enough to see the great sucess that he and his sons had aganist the French.