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Thomas Sanderson (1759–1829) was an English poet. He spent almost his entire life in Cumberland.
Thomas Sanderson was a Scottish-born farmer and political figure in Saskatchewan. He represented Kinistino in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1905 to 1908 as a Liberal.
Thomas Sanderson was a United States farmer who served in the Wisconsin State Assembly from Columbia County. He was the younger brother of Robert B. Sanderson.
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Wauwatosa is a city in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 46,396 at the 2010 census. Wauwatosa is located immediately west of Milwaukee, and is a part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. It is named after the Potawatomi Chief Wauwataesie and the Potawatomi word for firefly.
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Events from the year 1905 in Canada.
Events from the year 1907 in Canada.
Events from the year 1906 in Canada.
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Slaidburn is a village and civil parish within the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England. The parish covers just over 5,000 acres of the Forest of Bowland.
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Victory No. 226 is a rural municipality in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was settled around 1908 by pioneer farming settlers. Victory No. 226 is primarily a grain farming area, although some farmers keep livestock as well. RM Victory No. 226 includes the village of Beechy and hamlet of Demaine. It is located in Saskatchewan's Census Division No. 7. Like many rural communities in Saskatchewan, the last few decades have featured population decline as residents leave for larger towns and cities such as Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw and Swift Current.
Halder is an unincorporated community located in the town of Emmet, Marathon County, Wisconsin, United States. The community was named for George Halder, a Wausau, Wisconsin alderman. The post office was established in July of 1887.
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Robert B. Sanderson was an American businessman, farmer, rancher and politician from Columbia County, Wisconsin who represented part or all of Columbia County in the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate at various times in the 1860s, before moving to Texas and becoming a prominent businessman in Tom Green County.
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