Ramsden.info -- Ramsdens on the Web
To Bookmark this Page Press 'Ctrl + D'
Australia | Canada | Israel | New Zealand | South Africa | United Kingdom | United States of America
Australian Law Students' Association: (www.alsa.asn.au/?id=4) declares the (2005) president of the University of Wollongong Law Society is one Emily Ramsden.
Australian Racing Board: (www.australian-racing.net.au) Chairman Andrew Ramsden.
Barbara Ramsden Award - Fellowship of Australian Writers: (http://home.pacific.net.au/~bangsund/cv.htm) CV of a John Bangsund, editor & proofreader, claiming to be an award winner in 1983.
Bevan and Marie Ramsden operating Ramsden Telecommunications Training (http://www.ramsdentraining.com.au/) is registered with the National Training Information Service.
Colin Ramsden: (www.lotechsolutions.com) Website for technical writers, the home for technical author information on documentation product usability and design, writing, editing, illustrating, help development, as well as authoring tool tips, tricks, and procedures.
Ramsden, D: (http://library.nps.navy.mil/home/bibs/seamines/sweepper.htm) “Australian Mine Countermeasure Vessels -- A Dilemma.” Journal of the Australian Naval Institute, November 1984, v. 10, p. 53-55.
John Ramsden Wollaston (1791-1856) (http://www.yfyddin.freeserve.co.uk/familytree/ch005.html)
Michael Ramsden: (www.aussi.org/indexersavailable/RamsdenMi.htm) Professional indexer. Eighteen years experience teaching information retrieval in the UK and at RMIT. Ten years as Dean at RMIT. Professor at RMIT. Author of books and articles on information retrieval. Have run short courses in Australia and for the Institute for Scientific and Technical Information in China. Over 40 books indexed.
Peter Ramsden (Fr.) joint editor (http://www.pacificbookhouse.com.au/catalog/cat38.htm)STUDIES AND STATEMENTS ON ROMANS AND ANGLICANS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PART I. An ecumenical publication written on behalf of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Papua New Guinea and the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea, including expressions of their common beliefs.
Plenary - Ramsden: (www2.fhs.usyd.edu.au/ugcr/plenary_-_ramsden.htm) Edited transcript of presentation by Professor Paul Ramsden, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) at the University of Sydney, presented to the University of Sydney, Faculty of Health Sciences, Undergraduate Curriculum Reform workshop in February 2000.
Ramsden Reef: (www.paradisedivers.com.au/sites/rams.htm) The wreck of the Eliza Ramsden has been a favourite of divers for a number of decades. However because of its location, and the navigational skill required to find it, many divers have been disappointed and failed to find it. This has resulted in considerable diving being done around the wreck, and fortunately the location of some magnificent reef areas - hence the name Ramsden Reef. For details see Ramsden Reef.
Ramsden Faes Lawyers - Leading Australian / Asia Pacific law firm. (http://www.ramsdenfaes.com/) Ramsden Faes Lawyers is a boutique law firm based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The firm specialises in corporate, commercial and property work - but has an extensive practice which includes a family and criminal law practice.
Ramsden T and Mack A (2003): (http://www.pc.gov.au/inquiry/energy/subs/sub001.rtf) Queensland Rail cuts greenhouse gas emissions, International Railway Journal, April 2003, p 23 - 24.
Scott Ramsden: (http://www.yachting.org.au/news/news.asp?Year=2003&Month=8&MenuID=News%2F10537%2F0) Yachting Australia News Archive story complimented Scott as a press boat driver for the Hahn Premium Hamilton Island Race Week in Aug 2003.
Sophie Ramsden: (http://www.yachting.org.au/news/news.asp?Year=2001&Month=4&MenuID=News%2F10537%2F0) Yachting Australia News Archive story reported that in the 2001 New South Wales State 29er Championships the All-Girl crew was won by Katie Spithill and Sophie Ramsden from Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club (RPAYC).
Wilfred Harold Ramsden, Cpl. , D.C.M., M.M. 13th Brig. Australian Field Artillery. Died of wounds 9th Nov. 1918, aged 29. Native of Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. (http://www.silentcities.co.uk/cemeterye/Etretat%20Churchyard%20Extension,%20Seine-Maritime.htm) WW1 victim Buried 3 D 9 in the Etretat Church cemetary extension, France. Etretat is a small seaside town about 26 kilometres north of Le Havre. The Churchyard is on the D.940 from Fecamp, and the Extension is on the south-east side of it, between the church and the railway. ETRETAT CHURCHYARD EXTENSION contains 282 First World War burials and four from the Second World War.
WSPA Australia/New Zealand Home: (www.wspa.org.au) World Society for the Protection of Animals provides a link on their home page to a Dr James Ramsden’s pet care information email service.
Anne Ramsden (http://www.saag.ca/exhibits/ramsden/ramsden.htm): Review of exhibition 'Anastylosis: Inventory' held August 24 - October 6, 2002, Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Multidisciplinary artist Anne Ramsden was born in Kingston, Ontario. She received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design and an MFA from Concordia University. Recently her work has been exhibited at Galerie d'art du Centre culturel de l'Université du Sherbrooke and at the Catriona Jeffries Gallery in Vancouver where she is also represented. Ramsden co-founded/directed the documentation centre Artexte (1980-87); from 1980-82 she was associate director of Parachute. Ramsden taught at Simon Fraser University between 1987 and 1998, and since 1998 has been teaching at the Université du Québec à Montréal where she is currently director of the Master's program in Visual and Media Arts, and a member of Hexagram.
Ramsden Industries Limited: (www.ramsden.on.ca) Contact information including phone, facsimile and e-mail addresses for Ramsden Industries and Ramsden Manufacturing in London, Ontario, Canada. Aluminium casters.
Marc Horowitz-Ramsden (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Ramsden)
(October 3, 1971 - ) is a Special Ops member of the famed Golani Brigade of Israel,
credited with the saving of three young Palestinian children caught in the cross fire of a
battle in the West Bank camp of Jenin. The heroic acts of 1st Lt. Horowitz-Ramsden were
cited in a document as follows:
On the day December 24, 2000 1st. Lt. Horowitz-Ramsden a member of the Golani Brigade Reserve was conducting house to house searchs in the camp of Jenin. While the mission was being conducted the Golani came under attack from roof tops and on the street level. Under the command of Col. Eli Katz the unit began a defensive retreat. Three Golani unit members including Col.Katz were killed by an RPG while retreating to a strong position. The battle that insued was complicated by heavy fog common in the Jordan Valley in the winter making air cover difficult. The battle intensified as the militants chased the Golani unit among the narrow streets. At the main junction of the city the Golani became pinned down and were unable to continue a defensive retreat. It was at this time that a number of Palestians got involved in the cross fire. Most were able to escape the battle but three children under the age of 10 were getting shelter behind a disabled taxi car. The militants were firing at the taxi most likely believing that the Israeli troops were behind it. At this time 1stLt. Horowitz-Ramsden attempted to inform the militants that it was children behind the taxi but to no avail. The battle continued and one of the chilren was obviously injured by gun fire and bleeding profusely. It is at this point that 1stLt. Horowitz-Ramsden took off his gear bag tossed 2 or 3 smoke grenades and dashed towards the taxi under intense fire. He reached the children and picked up the injured child and took the hands of and other and dashed to safety. While running across the open area one other child was injured as well as 1stLt Horowitz-Ramsden from shrapnel of a fragmentary grenade. All three children and 1stLt Horowitz-Ramsden survived the injuries.
(http://gutenberg.net.au/dictbiog/0-dict-biogBr-By.html) Busby of Waitangi and Journal and
Proceedings Royal Australian Historical Society, vol. XXVI, pp. 361-86 and vol. XXVII, pp.
154-65; Historical Records of Australia, ser. I, vols XIV,, XV, XVI; G. W. Rusden, History
of New Zealand.
Also listed in The Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society (JRAHS) (http://www.rahs.org.au/jrahs.htm) 'James Busby - and his work for the Treaty of Waitangi' Vol 27, pt 2 (1941).
Also listed under (http://www.antiqbook.com/boox/tib/books6000.shtml) for RAMSDEN, ERIC - RANGIATEA : THE STORY OF THE OTAKI CHURCH, ITS FIRST PASTOR AND ITS PEOPLE.
George Eric Oakes Ramsden: An abbreviated life story written by his daughter Irihapeti Ramsden is described in the thesis for her Doctorate of Philosophy 2002 as detailed in http://culturalsafety.massey.ac.nz/ChapterTwo.htm At age fourteen, Eric left life in the country eventually becoming an apprentice journalist. Highly competent and very ambitious he worked on several newspapers in New Zealand before becoming a sub-editor on the Sydney Morning Herald. He married the daughter of the Australian Minister of Mines and attended university focusing on anthropology and Pacific history.
Returning to Auckland in 1927, Eric become aware of New Zealand history and the formation of New Zealand identity led Eric to write the biographies of James Busby (E. Ramsden, 1942) and Samuel Marsden (E. Ramsden, 1936) involving the lives of other missionaries and their association with Maori. Although crammed with fact, these histories are not analytical of the race relations of the period. This work led him to become one of the few contemporary authorities on the Treaty of Waitangi between 1930 and 1960. As one of the few pakeha who had intimate access to Maori politics, spoke Maori and also moved in privileged and powerful government circles, Eric occupied an interesting and influential place in the New Zealand society of his day.
Henry Oakes Penlington-Ramsden: (http://culturalsafety.massey.ac.nz/ChapterTwo.htm) father of Eric, and grand-father of Irihapeti Ramsden is described in the thesis for her Doctorate of Philosophy 2002. An English emigrant to New Zealand in the 1860s, Henry brought a set of Encyclopaedia Britannica with him and, according to Eric, father and son spent long hours drinking remedial sherry and port in order to avert tuberculosis and asthma while also imbibing the worthy encyclopaedia. From his father Eric certainly learned the values and ideologies of the English upper classes which he could not readily express in his daily life on the farm in Martinborough, Wairarapa, near Wellington.
Irihapeti Merenia Ramsden (Dr.) 24
February 1946 – 5 April 2003. Research School of Public Health, Massey University,
Wellington. Irihapeti trained as a registered general and obstetric nurse at Wellington
Hospital. She worked in a range of areas including general nursing, respiratory medicine
and public health before moving into nursing education. She is perhaps best known in
Aotearoa and internationally for the development of Cultural Safety – an educational
framework for the analysis of power relationships between health professionals and those
they serve. Cultural Safety has been part of the New Zealand nursing and midwifery
curriculum since 1992 and comprises 20% of the state registration examination for all
nurses and midwives. Irihapeti negotiated the foundations for developing a process of
ownership of the Cultural Safety curriculum between Otago Polytechnic and Ngai Tahupotiki
iwi, an early example of exercising intellectual property rights. The International
Council of Nurses, the oldest and largest international professional organization in the
health field, representing nurses and nursing in 118 countries, recommended in 1995 that
Cultural Safety be included in the education programmes of all national nurses
Irihapeti Ramsden, who belonged to the people of Ngai Tahupotiki and Rangitane. Her doctorate, Cultural Safety and Nursing Education in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu, was completed just months prior to her death in April of 2003.
(This was the daughter of Eric Ramsden of New Zealand History fame as listed above.)
Horace Edward Ramsden (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horace_Edward_Ramsden): was a South African recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was 21 years old, and a Trooper in the Protectorate Regiment (N.W. Cape Colony), South African Forces during the South African War (Boer War) when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC. On 26 December 1899 near Mafeking, South Africa, during the action at Game Tree, after the order to retire had been given, Trooper Ramsden picked up his brother who had been shot through both legs and was lying some 10 yards from the Boer trenches. He carried him about 600 to 800 yards under heavy fire (putting him down from time to time to rest) until help arrived and the injured man was carried to a place of safety.
Joey Ramsden: (http://www.sportingpost.co.za/pages/5major.htm) is a racehorse trainer obtaining notoriety in Kenilworth S.A. Entering 6 of the 18 runners in the Gr3 Langerman Handicap 1500m event on 18June 2005, he saddled the first four finishers of the race. Also listed at (http://www.aro.co.za/source/profiles/trainers/joeyramsdenhome.html)
Daniel Bexfield Antiques (www.bexfield.co.uk/sdxomar.htm) Contains a listing of all silverware and jewellery items manufactured by Omar Ramsden which have been sold by this dealer.
David Ramsden's Family History (www.dramsden.co.uk/drhome) Family History of David Neal Ramsden of Manchester England (DOB:1960) and general genealogy website with links to other resources.
Eileen Ramsden (http://books.kelkoo.co.uk/b/a/cpc_5101_vtl_author_c19323060.html) is listed as the author or co-author of 9 textbooks on High School grade chemistry suitable for middle-ability students, with enough material for high achievers, including in-depth content for all separate science specifications.
Eugene Ramsden (Member for North Bradford). (http://www.info.dfat.gov.au/info/historical/HistDocs.nsf/vSearch/ACC7680BF45A987FCA256D95001DBDEC?openDocument&start=1&Highlight=2,Ramsden&SearchOrder=4) – listed in several confidential reports to the Australian Government (Prime Minister?) Mr. S. M. Bruce by the Australian representative Mr. F. L. McDougall (position held?) during June 1926 about trade matters between Britain and the Dominions, especially about empire development, financial assistance, immigration, produce trade preferences, and subsequently about the Empire Marketing Board concerning dairy and dried fruits. (Document #74 is most informative).
E H Ramsden – 'An Introduction to Modern Art' listed under (http://www.antiqbook.com/boox/tib/books6000.shtml). London, Oxford University Press, 1949. 185x125mm, 42 pages text plus 23 plates, hardcover.
Harry Ramsdens: (www.harryramsdens.co.uk) Chain of UK fish and chips shops. Restaurant locator, history, menu, and corporate information provided.
James Ramsden – Author of 'The Furness Railway in and around Barrow' listed under (http://www.camdenmin.co.uk/BritRail.htm), published by Andrews. This book from the Cumbrian Railways Association tells of how a small farming community in an isolated part of the country turned, within a few decades, into a major seaport and industrial town. Much of impetus for this change came from the small, local, Furness Railway under James Ramsden who pushed the railway and its directors to devlop a port, major iron and steel works and what would become a major shipbuilding yard, making the railway one of the most profitable in the land. An intriguing story brought right up-to-date with a review of the current railway scene in Barrow. 104 well illustrated pages. Paperback.
Her Majesty's consul Ramsden: (http://www.infoplease.com/t/hist/state-of-the-union/110.html) From the collected State of the Union addresses of U.S. Presidents, there is a special mention of a "Mr. Ramsden, Her Majesty's consul at Santiago de Cuba, whose untimely death after distinguished service and untiring effort during the siege of that city was sincerely lamented" by President William McKinley (1897-1900, immediate predecessor to Theodore Roosevelt), Dec 5, 1898.
James D Ramsden, Senior house officer in surgery. Oxford Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford OX3 7LJ (http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/316/7135/938) Doctors are not pressured into giving prescriptions - 21 MAR 1988.
James Ramsden – London Barrister (http://www.4-5graysinnsquare.co.uk/people/index.cfm?id=525) James Ramsden has a busy international practice in commercial, regulatory and public law. He acts for a diverse clientele of City, public authority and regulatory clients on issues as diverse as commercial contracts, insurance and employment to professional negligence, professional disciplinary matters and money laundering compliance.
Jesse Ramsden: (http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Mathematicians/Ramsden.html) Biography of Jesse Ramsden (1735-1800). Duplicated at http://microscopy.fsu.edu/optics/timeline/people/ramsden.html
John A. Ramsden - Professor of Modern History and Director of the Humanities Graduate
School at Queen Mary, University of London. (mentioned at
Also mentioned in the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College London (http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/menzies/reports/01-2.html) symposium on Churchill and Australia in their report for the year 2001–2, Professor John Ramsden assessed Churchill's reputation in Australia. Apparently, only two people have more Australian streets, suburbs and parks named after them [than Churchill]—Monash and Bradman. Contrary to myth, Churchill turned down many invitations to visit Australia as he was too frail to make the journey. Moreover, the Australian press carried stories on him for sixteen days after his funeral and Australia raised £2.3m towards the Churchill Memorial Fellowships, which was more than any other country did including Britain itself.
Also listed as on the Board of Academic Advisors for The Churchill Center (http://www.winstonchurchill.org/files/public/FH116.pdf).
Butler(ed.), Lord - 'The Conservatives: A History from their Origins to 1965'. By Norman Gash, Donald Southgate, David Dilks and John Ramsden. (http://home.clara.net/pwhyles/cp/history.htm) Allen & Unwin, 1st, 1977. 8¾" x 5½", 492pp, blue cloth (of course), hb. Index.
John Ramsden - Who is the false prophet? (http://www.biblemagazine.com/magazine/vol-14/v14i2mag.pdf) Cover story of The Bible Magazine Vol 14, Issue 2, Pages 12-15. Feb 2001. Declares a long term unholy alliance between the Roman Catholic Church and Islam against the people of Israel; that the Pope is the false prophet and his Church is a totally corrupt religious system.
Jeremy Ramsden (Prof.) - Chair of Nanotechnology. Expertise: (www.cranfield.ac.uk/experts/expert_details.cfm?id=108) This online Expertise Directory contains the details of Cranfield University academic staff who are able to talk to the media on their subjects of expertise. Professor J J Ramsden is Chair of Nanotechnology.
JJ Ramsden (Prof.): (www.cranfield.ac.uk/sims/staff/ramsdenj.htm) Professor JJ Ramsden, Professor of Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials, School of Industrial and Manufacturing Science, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire.
Luke Ramsden: (http://www.leedsmusicscene.net/writers.php?writer=202) prolific reviewer for the Leeds Music Scene, the primary music resource for new and existing bands based in Leeds and West Yorkshire, UK. Includes an extensive CD review, live, news and interview archive, gig guide and previews.
Mark Ramsden (http://www.serpentstail.com/authors/?_P=AUT10278) Listed on the Serpent's Tail Publishing site. Mark Ramsden was born on a Friday 13th and is a founder member of the Black Church of Eternal Hellfire. He is the author of The Dungeonmaster's Apprentice and The Dark Magus and the Sacred Whore, and has contributed to numerous magazines including Fetish Times. He also collaborated with the photographer Housk Randall, providing the text for Radical Desire.
Martin Ramsden: (http://www.steelnavy.com/AoshimaIllustriousMRamsden.htm) A 1:700 scale model of the HMS Illustrious by M Ramsden of Bradford, England.
Mary Jane Ramsden – Monumental/Memorial Inscriptions St. John's Church, Roundhay, North East Leeds. (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nev.hurworth/MIsNorthSt.Johns.htm) North Section, NO21 Whitish stone. Treasured memories of our devoted mother MARY JANE RAMSDEN, died 9th July 1950 aged 84 years. Also JESSIE ANN beloved wife of THOMAS WATSON and dear daughter of the above died 9th Nov 1959, aged 65 years. Also THOMAS beloved husband of the above died 6th Oct 1966 aged 76 years.
Neil Ramsden - Mathematical and Computer Solutions: (www.neilramsden.co.uk) An independent consultancy specialising in mathematics and bespoke software development. Includes details of the services offered and contact information.
Ramsden (Major-General): (http://www.usswashington.com/dl05au42.htm)
Mention of Winston Churchill in Cairo in early August 1942 looking to axe General Ramsden
(amongst others) from command in the Mid-East.
As detailed on (http://www.usswashington.com/dl05jl42.htm) July 5th, 1942... The First Battle for El Alamein rages on, with the Afrika Korps down to 36 tanks. Gen. Sir Claude Auchinlek, head of the 8th Army, relieves the tired General Norrie, boss of 30 Corps, who needs a rest. General Ramsden of 50th Northumbrian Division takes over. The corps, busy with the folderol of changing commands, performs sluggishly for the next two days, as does the whole of the tired 8th Army.
Ramsden Building: (http://www.hud.ac.uk/hhs/general/ramsden.htm)
University of Huddersfield. About half the School's staff have accommodation in the
Ramsden Building, the oldest building on campus. The building was originally the
Mechanics' Institute, erected in the latter part of the 19th century to educate designers,
chemists and engineers for the local textile industry. Many of the best architectural
features of the Gothic style building, such as the staircase in the entrance hall (also
pictured below), have been preserved.
Apparently, there's also a Ramsden Workshop. Also, the Town and Campus map (www.hud.ac.uk/uni/maps/pdfs/town_and_campus_b&w.pdf ) displays Ramsden St. in Huddersfield.
Ramsden Drive, RM5 in the borough of Havering London: Map at (http://www.londontown.com/LondonStreets/ramsden_drive_515.html) off Collier Row Rd to Riversdale Rd and Downham Cl.
Ramsden – George (64), Hannah (56), Thomas (21), Theodore (19), Mitchell (14) - listed in
the 1861 census for Roundhay Township in Barwick, UK. (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nev.hurworth/1861CensusRhay.htm).
All were residing in the School House, as Thomas was the school master, and all were born
in Yorkshire. They also had a granddaughter Clara Herrington (3) with them, born in
Skipton Yorkshire, more than likely the daughter of Thomas, but what became of her mother,
or why she wasn't living there at the time, is not indicated in this document.
Interestingly, this was the era of chronic hardships, before medicines of anesthetics and penicillin, before basic sciences of accurate timekeeping, electricity production, hygiene knowledge, sanitation, sewage, piped fresh water, and refrigeration. What was life really like for these Ramsdens in 1861 England? A diary would help immensely!
This family was not present in the previous 1851 nor the next 1871 census. This doesn't mean they weren't there, just that they weren't included in the census, for whatever reason. Or perhaps they simply moved on.
Ramsden Farm Cottage: (www.ramsdenfarmcottage.co.uk) Self catering accommodation. Includes photos, prices and local information.
Ramsden Gate, SW12 in Wandsworth London: Map at (http://www.londontown.com/LondonStreets/ramsden_gate_4f3.html) on Balham Grove between High Road and Oldridge Rd and directly opposite Verran Rd. Backs onto Ramsden Rd.
Ramsden Hall School: (http://www.ngfl.gov.uk/schoolsites/school_details.jsp?urn=115449) National Grid for Learning lists a Ramsden Hall School, Ramsden Heath, Billericay, Essex CM11 1HN, and describes it as mainly for boys aged 11–16, with a July 2005 enrollment of 52.
Ramsden Heath Social Club: (www.ramsdenheath-sc.co.uk) An informal non-profit making organisation. Includes details of events and contact information.
Ramsden Reservoir: (www.yorkshirewater.com/web/RecDist.nsf/Ramsden?OpenPage) A 21m high dam completed in 1880 holding 86 million gallons of water over 5 hectares servicing the South Yorkshire area.
Ramsden Road, SW12 in Wandsworth London: Map at (http://www.londontown.com/LondonStreets/ramsden_road_e88.html) between Thurleigh Rd, across Nightingale Lane, to High St.
Ramsden Room: (http://www.caths.cam.ac.uk/conferences/) St Catharine's College, Cambridge, boasts a Ramsden Room which seats 100, used for meetings, classes, conferences and presentations.
Rogers and Ramsden: (www.rogersandramsden.co.uk) Joiners and Contractors. Overview of the company and services, plus contact information.
Rogers and Ramsdens: (www.rogersandramsden.com) Producing craftsman made joinery for industrial, commercial and domestic use.
S.J. Ramsden, G.V. Reed and A.J. Rayner: Farm Level Adjustment to CAP Reform: An Integer Programming Approach (http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/economics/research/dp/school_dp/). Listed in1996 as a school discussion paper for the Nottingham School of Economics, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences.
Ramsdens Solicitors: (www.ramsdens.co.uk) Established in Huddersfield in the 1870's. Information about range of services offered, and contact details.
Ramsdens Superstore: (www.ramsdens-superstore.co.uk) Details of the various departments, special offers and store information. Printable vouchers and information about the wedding list service.
Steve Ramsden Studio: (www.steveramsdenstudio.co.uk) Wedding and portrait photography. Includes samples of work and pricing.
Timothy Ramsden - movie critic (http://home.pacific.net.au/~bangsund/cv.htm) for ReviewsGate.com
Thomas B Ramsden & Co (Bradford) Limited (www.tbramsden.co.uk) Bradford based distributor of conventional worsted and fancy yarns for knitting applications from wool, as well as handknitting yarns, crafts and haberdashery.
UK Data Ltd: (http://www.ukdata.com/company-listings/Se-67.htm) declares an address as FARM BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET RAMSDEN, CHIPPING NORTON, OXFORDSHIRE, OX7 3AU.
Viking Remote Viewing, Psychic Self-defence & ETs. (www.viking-z.org) declares an address as Ramsden Rd., Orpington, Kent.
William James Ramsden (http://www.geocities.com/wjramsden/intro.html) personal homepage of this namesake individual. Also has input to the Oxford University Fiction Group Wiki (http://urchin.earth.li/cgi-bin/twic/wiki/view.pl?page=WilliamRamsden).
AllMeasures.com-units of measure, conversion table, converters (www.allmeasures.com) The Ramsden (engineer) Chain is a US lineal distance measure equivalent to 1200 inches (100 feet) or 30.48 metres where each link is one foot long. This compares with the UK (Gunter, surveyor) chain length of 792 inches (66 feet) or 20.1168 metres, which is 4 poles long, or one cricket pitch length.
Arnold Ramsden (http://www.soccerhall.org/builders/arnold_ramsden.htm) The USSFA National Soccer Hall of Fame are looking for bigraphical information about Arnold Ramsden from the Class of 1957, who apparently was a former soccer player who devoted many years to the administration of the game in the Dallas area when his playing days were over. For a while he was the USSFA Commissioner for Dallas and District Commissioner for the National Amateur Cup competition.
Bill and Dorine Ramsden (http://www.recordcourier.com/article/20050826/Community/108260005/-1/COMMUNITY) celebrate the 10th year of the Carson Valley Antique Tractor Show Northern Nevada.
Bramley, Henry Ramsden, MA (www.ccel.org/b/bramley/) Christian Classic Ethereal Library lists classic Christian books in electronic format, and the works of Henry Ramsden Bramley.
Carolyn Ramsden (http://www.denison.edu/publicaffairs/pressreleases/dla_05/ramsden.html) Winner of the Denison University, Granville, Ohio, 2005 Distinguished Leadership Award. Cari cares deeply about a wide range of social justice and environmental issues, and she tries to instill in others a moral charge to act and live responsibly.
Daryn Ramsden's Page: (www.rpi.edu/~ramsdd/) Personal home page of this namesake individual.
Dean Ramsden.com: (www.deanramsden.com) Business home page of this namesake individual. Dean Ramsden offers healing through the energetics of transformation. Teacher training available for Relational Energy Healing.
Frances Ramsden: (http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/filmography.html?p_id=58673&mod=bio)
The New York Times Movie Guide lists Frances Ramsden (DOB: March 16, 1920) as a brunette
actress co-star in The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947), a slave girl in Abbott &
Costello's Lost in a Harem (1944) and a café waitress in Marlene Dietrich's Kismet (1944).
Also listed at http://www.rottentomatoes.com/p/frances_ramsden/
George Ramsden: (http://web.meganet.net/kman/r-2002c.htm) Photos of reunion for USS Mansfield (DD-728) held at Corpus Christi, TX on October 16th–20th, 2002. George appears twice, under WWII and Korean War veterans.
Janine Ramsden: (http://www.useventing.com/promotions/aec_horse_list.htm) is listed by the US Eventing Association as being the registered owner of the horse LUNAR ECLIPSE IV from New York with an American Eventing Championship level of Novice as at July 2005.
Jeff MacLeod Ramsden, Scottish Bagpiper: (www.kiltmusic.com) Business home page of this namesake individual.
Joseph Ramsden: (http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/users/deetz/Plymouth/P228.htm) is listed in the Plymouth Colony Archive Project of Virginia detailing his goods and estate dated May 25, 1674. This included livestock, bedding, clothing, cookware, tools, and a wheeled cart to a total value of 13 08 06 (presumably £/s/p) as written in the Plymouth Colony Will, vol. III, p. 113.
Norman E. Ramsden, from Upper Moreland PA, listed in (http://www.umha.com/PDFs/World%20War%20I1-2.pdf) as having served in WWII as a Sgt., U.S. Army and having received a Purple Heart, 3 Bronze Stars with Oak Leaf Cluster.
Omar Ramsden Biography, Artwork Images, Exhibitions: (www.wwar.com/masters/r/ramsden-omar.html) World Wide Art Resources (WWAR) site providing an art history database with a list of links to other sites which detail information about the subject matter.
Ramsden & Lyons - Attorneys at Law: (www.ramsdenlyons.com) Ramsden & Lyons is a full service law firm concentrating its practice in real estate law and civil litigation in a broad spectrum of disciplines. Based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, the practice of Ramsden & Lyons extends through the ten northern counties of Idaho. Ramsden & Lyons also represents clients in the eastern counties of Washington, with the largest volume of cases concentrated in the Spokane area.
Ramsden Family Genealogy Forum: (http://genforum.genealogy.com/ramsden/) Listing providing message board facilities for genealogy research persons interested in the family name of Ramsden.
Ramsden, Jesse: (www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=64206) Encyclopædia Britannica listing (by subscription).
Ramsden Morrison Gallery: (www.r-mgallery.com) The Ramsden Morrison Gallery specializes in contemporary fine art & sculpture. Opened, June 8, 2002. Located in the Gallery District, Gaslamp Quarter, 343 Fourth Ave, Downtown, San Diego, California. 619-230-1000.
Ramsden Observatory: (www.lpl.arizona.edu/~schaller/JC/) A descriptive page locating and describing the history and function of the Ramsden Observatory in Sinus Medii on the Moon's sub-terrestrial point. Interestingly, the sub-terrestrial point is that location on another celestial body at which, at a given particular time, you would see the Earth positioned directly overhead if you were to stand there at that given time. To find the sub-terrestrial point on a planet, connect an imaginary line between the centres of mass of the Earth and the other planet. The sub-terrestrial point is the point on the other planet's surface where that line intersects. (Similarly, the sub-solar point is the point on the Earth directly beneath the sun. The sub-lunar point is directly beneath the Moon. And so on.)
Ramsden v. Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin ACA, 590 N.W.2d 1 (Wis. App. 1998). (http://www.flaginc.com/cases/cases1999-3.htm) Farmers Legal Action Group archives for 1999, Vol 14, Issue 3: Farmers purchased a farm from Farm Credit Services (FCS). The farmers were told by the auctioneer--who was also an employee of FCS--that the farm had had an underground tank leak, that this was being cleaned up by FCS, and that the farm was suitable for use as a dairy farm and had plenty of good water for cows. Soon after the farmers moved onto the farm, their dairy cows began getting sick and dying and one farmer became ill. The farmers then discovered that the previous owners of the farm had also had similar problems with their cows caused by benzene contamination from the leaking tank. The farmers sued FCS and the employee for damages resulting from the contamination. The trial court dismissed the claims against the employee, holding that as an agent of FCS he could not be held liable in this case. The Wisconsin Court of Appeals reversed, holding that the employee could be held liable for untrue statements and failure to disclose material facts because he had assumed a duty by making initial factual statements about the contamination.
US Naval Research Laboratory Website: (http://www.cmf.nrl.navy.mil/cgi-bin/clementine/clib/features/lunar_fea.pl) Lists the moon features named after famous people. Select Ramsden from the list to view the 'Ramsden Crater' as photographed by the US Navy satellite Clementine.
USS Ramsden DE-382: (http://www.uscg.mil/hq/g-cp/history/WEBCUTTERS/Ramsden.html) Excellent and concise history of the ship and its namesake Marvin Lee Ramsden's naval heroics which earned him a posthumous Silver Star and his name on a destroyer.
USCGC Ramsden W-482: (http://www.militaryadvantage.com/HomePage/UnitCreatedPage/0,11003,200995,00.html) Site for ex-sailors of this vessel with contact details, reunion planning and message facilities.
Back to top | Previous page | Back to Index