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Books about Winlaw:

booksA description of some engines and implements used in husbandry, &c. made and sold by William Winlaw, engine-maker... by William Winlaw (May 28, 2010)

booksA description of some engines and implements used in husbandry, &c. made and sold by William Winlaw, engine-maker... (May 28, 2010)

booksYesterday's Prairie Wind: A History of Gainsborough, Ash Grove, Cayuga, Claremont, Fern, Newlyn, Winlaw and Winmore... (Jan 1, 1980)

booksBarclays World of Cricket : the game from A to Z / general editor E.W. Swanton ; associate editor John Woodcock... by E. W. (Ernest William) Swanton (1980)

booksRoger Winlaw

booksRachmaninoff's famous Prelude, simplified for piano solo. (Arranged by M. Winlaw.) by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1923)

booksCaller Herrin'. Old Scotch Song [by N. Gow]. Arranged by M. Winlaw by Maurice Winlaw (1922)

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Wiki information Winlaw:

Winlaw
Location

Winlaw is a small unincorporated community, located in the Slocan Valley region of the West Kootenay area in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. The town of Winlaw originally centered on a lumber mill that once stood where Winlaw Elementary School...

Roger Winlaw
Soccer, Person, Cricket Player, Military Person, Athlete, Football player, Measured person, Deceased Person

Roger de Winton Kelsall Winlaw was an English amateur cricketer who played for Cambridge University and Surrey. A pre-war member of the RAF Volunteer Reserve, he died as a result of a mid-air collision in a training accident in the Second World War.

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