Gardos' injury, coupled with Alderweireld's decision to join Tottenham rather than convert his loan from Atletico Madrid into a permanent move, has heightened Koeman's need to strengthen his options at centre-back.Standing 6ft 5in, Inglot held firm as they broke the six-times champions and the world's outstanding pair twice in the match to pull off the shock after taking the tiebreak 7-4.Participation in the program requires meeting a specific set of criteria and takes feedback from previous guests into account.The bed was very comfortable, and the staff were wonderful, especially the lass who helped me check the Air France Hop website (due to a proposed pilot stike) to see if my flight had been cancelled....thanks to her, I was able to travel to Paris the next morning knowing I would be on my flight to Perpignan.VICTORIAN: AND THOU HIS FLORENCE TO THY TRUST RECEIVE AND KEEP KEEP SAFE HIS DEDICATED DUST HIS SACRED SLEEP SO SHALL THY LOVERS COME FROM FAR MIX WITH THY NAME MORNING STAR WITH EVENING STAR HIS FAULTLESS FAME A. SWINBURNEAugustus Wallis, A64 Sculptors: Francesco Jerace, A15, Aristodemo Costoli, A64, Pietro Bazzanti, A72 Historians: Mary Young, A6 Educators: Mary Young, A6; Julie Grandjean, A68 Illnesses: Cholera, Typhoid, Tuberculosis Languages: Italian, English, French, German, Rumantsch, Hungarian, Polish Swiss: Michaud, A2; Wagnire, A4; Schweitzer, A31; Ober, A40; de la Pierre, A66; Grandjean, A68, Pult, A75; Peer, A76; Bazzel, A99, Pult, A102 Russian: Giamari, A28; Maslennikov, A42; Andrianova, A55; Frolova, A74; Kochanowksa, A79 American/Canadian: Moorehead, A19; Castellani, A34; Bianciardi, A35; Horner, A36; Greve, A38; Dalton, A46; Mc Leod, A56; Meeks, A67; Pratt, A103 Australian: James Lukin Davis, A63 You enter first through the great gates in cast iron from the Grand Dukes foundry in Pistoia, next through the Egyptian columned arch with closed lotus capitals symbolizing death, coming to the avenues flanked by papyri, gift from Dr Vieri Torrigiani Malespina, then on your left is Sector A. / Elisa Maria/ [pencil Carlo]/ Inghilterra/ Firenze/ 15 Agosto/ 1855/ Anni 45/ 573/ N&Q 129. Sir Fleetwood Broughton Reynolds Pellew had a daughter called Harriet Bettina Frances Pellew (who died 9 November 1886 and who is also buried in Florence), who through her marriage to the Earl of Orford had 2 daughters, Lady Dorothy Elizabeth Mary Pellew Walpole and Lady Maude Mary Pellew Walpole, both of whom married Italians, the Duke of Balzo and the Prince of Palagonia, and are both buried in Italy'.This chapter will take you along three paths describing the tombs you see there, giving their inscriptions and telling their stories. he Pellews' memorial slab has not weathered well at all and it seems the monument for the husband sculpted by Flicie de Fauveau, see photograph in her album, now owned by Lord Crawford, was never put in place.HAIL MATCHLESS SOUL, THY MEMORY WILL BE EVER BLESSED AMONGST THOSE WHO LOVED THY VIRTUES/ Next to the simple slab, on the lavender and box-lined path, is a vast tomb for Robina Wilson, also from Edinburgh, wife to Leopoldo Cattani Cavalcanti of Montecatini, who laments on its two inscriptions, one in Italian, the other in English, that they were never separated in marriage, but in death they must be, Protestants and Catholics then not being permitted to lie in the same consecrated soil. Chiesa Evangelica Riformata Svizzera, 1827-present. Charles Johnstone of Alba and Elizabeth Gordon of Craig, with issue, heir, his son, John Henry Francis Kinnaird Scott, born in 1859. Lady Pellew was seized, on Sunday, the 5th, when about to enter her carriage, with symptoms of congestion and pressure on the brain, and expired on the 7th, to the deep affliction of her family and the regret of many friends.Married like Elizabeth Barrett Browning for fifteen years, she has died in Montecatini in the 1855 cholera epidemic. A John Woodley Morgan was born in 1885 in Maryland, America, and following him at least two other children of that name. Her ladyship was the only daughter of the former Sir Godfrey Vassal Webster, Bart.This register is the only one indicating the zone of burial. 1873 Chronological Register in French, then Italian/#/Cognome/Nom/Age/Patria/Domicile/Dcs/Enterrement/Remarques 1877 Alphabetical Register in Italian gives following information in columns: [Flyleaves] Cognome/ Nome/ Paternita` / Patria/ Data della Morte/ Eta/ Tomba [Surname/ Christian name/ Father's Christian name/ Country/ Date of death/ Age/ Tomb number] Mediterranean culture has the woman retain her maiden surname, northern European culture has her renounce it in favour of her husband's surname. A WOMAN OF RARE INTELLECTUAL GIFTS AND SPOTLESS PURITY OF CONDUCT WHO FOR FIFTEEN YEARS ADMIRABLY FULFILLED THE DUTIES OF HER MARRIED LIFE, HER HUSBAND LEOPOLD CATTANI CAVALCANTI, TO WHOM SHE WAS ALIKE SOLACE AND SUPPORT, AS A TESTIMONY OF HIS PERPETUAL REGRET HAS RAISED THIS MONUMENT DEEPLY SORROWFUL THAT WHILE THEIR SOULS IN LIFE WERE UNDIVIDED, THEIR ASHES IN DEATH MAY NOT REST TOGETHER. Cork, married Clotilda Henrietta Garde, daughter of Henry Prendergast Garde Esq and Catherine Hoare, on 21 June 1827 in St. GL 23774 N 44: wife of Francis Rowland, born Cork Ireland 17-12-08, Burial 21-02, Rev John Irving// Irlanda. Pendleton/ In August 1815 John Scott of Gala, an intimate friend of his kinsman Sir Walter Scott, accompanied him on his visit to the field of Waterloo, and returned with him to Scotland. When I had visited him at Minas Gerais I saw the school Godfrey Webster founded after the manner of Paulo Freire and met its 14-year-old school teacher.