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Murray - English Surname
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ISBN

9781852174811

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

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From religious martyrs to poets, political activists and a particularly infamous armed robber, the Barnes name features prominently in the historical record.

Found throughout the British Isles from earliest times, one of the many theories of the name’s origin is that it may be of ancient Anglo-Saxon roots.

One truly adventurous and pioneering bearer of the name was Florence “Pancho” Barnes, the married name of the early twentieth century American aviatrix Florence Leontine Lowe, born in 1901.

She learned to fly in 1928 and, taking to the skies as if this was her natural habitat, she broke Amelia Earhart’s world women’s speed record with a speed of 196.19mph (315.7km/h). two years later.

Much in demand as a daring lady of the skies, she became a stunt pilot – most notably performing dangerous stunts in the 1930 film Hell’s Angels.

The uplifting tale of bearers of the Barnes name is chronicled here.

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Barnes – English Surname

The origins of the family name Barnes and their place in history

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From religious martyrs to poets, political activists and a particularly infamous armed robber, the Barnes name features prominently in the historical record. Found throughout the British Isles from earliest times, one of the many theories of the name’s origin is that it may be of ancient Anglo-Saxon roots. One truly adventurous and pioneering bearer of the name was Florence “Pancho” Barnes, the married name of the early twentieth century American aviatrix Florence Leontine Lowe, born in 1901. She learned to fly in 1928 and, taking to the skies as if this was her natural habitat, she broke Amelia Earhart’s world women’s speed record with a speed of 196.19mph (315.7km/h). two years later. Much in demand as a daring lady of the skies, she became a stunt pilot – most notably performing dangerous stunts in the 1930 film Hell’s Angels. The uplifting tale of bearers of the Barnes name is chronicled here.
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Product Details
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852174811

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

English

Full Product Description

From religious martyrs to poets, political activists and a particularly infamous armed robber, the Barnes name features prominently in the historical record.

Found throughout the British Isles from earliest times, one of the many theories of the name’s origin is that it may be of ancient Anglo-Saxon roots.

One truly adventurous and pioneering bearer of the name was Florence “Pancho” Barnes, the married name of the early twentieth century American aviatrix Florence Leontine Lowe, born in 1901.

She learned to fly in 1928 and, taking to the skies as if this was her natural habitat, she broke Amelia Earhart’s world women’s speed record with a speed of 196.19mph (315.7km/h). two years later.

Much in demand as a daring lady of the skies, she became a stunt pilot – most notably performing dangerous stunts in the 1930 film Hell’s Angels.

The uplifting tale of bearers of the Barnes name is chronicled here.

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