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why don't you add maratha caste- 96 kuli(i.e higher caste in kshatriyas), than only maratha? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk)

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Mount Alban has a very close name with Alban tribe in Illyria. Illirians builded enormous stone castles . The enthimology a Alban word is Al Ban = Ai Ban = ~ Hi did means he did what was asked for. In a certen way the translation is He constructed.

Canadian racehorse Deputy Minister[edit]

At least one of the links at the bottom of the page no longer works. It should be updated to:

Tinasusanamy (talk) 22:59, 12 August 2014 (UTC)Carmelite Bishops[edit]

Bishop Guy Gaucher who is listed as a living bishop died on July 3rd 1014 See Tinasusanamy (talk) (talk) 14:30, 17 January 2015 (UTC) (JYEP)Junior youth empowerment program[edit]

ABOUT THE ABOVE TOPIC in this all youths (13-16)years old will teach all the junior youth meaning of or difference between service study

Were Galleywood Earthworks dug by the 83rd Foot Regiment? mid 1790's-1801 Time-Frame.[edit]

I have been trying to find verifiable information about who were the body of men responsible for digging the Galleywood Earthworks (which were anti-Napoleonic defences, with Star Batteries, etc). Last year I looked on Wikipedia and it said that the 83rd Foot from Dublin, recruited by Major William Fitch, were an

Anti-Napoleonic force/regiment.

This fact made them the likely candidates for digging the Galleywood earthworks, according to my research; however this data was later changed by persons unknown to remove the anti-Napoleonic reference. The site was further amended to include the 134th (Loyal Limerick) Regiment of Foot, which were said to be attached to the 83rd Foot Regiment; so it would be reasonable to conclude that they were an additional force in the anti-Napoleonic "push."

Today I looked up the 134th (Loyal Limerick) Regiment of Foot was founded in 1794 and disbanded in 1796. Although this is shown as having been amended about 6 months ago, this information was definately not there in December 2014, as it stands.

Somebody's lying somewhere! Could anyone shed any light on the movements of the 83rd Foot and were they stationed in the Chelmsford area in the time-frame of mid-1790's - 1801?

Would be good to know! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Poplar Kitten (talkcontribs) 19:42, 10 February 2015 (UTC)

Felix Eboue[edit]

Please correct the date of death of Mr. Felix Eboue : Félix Adolphe Éboué (26 December 1884 – 17 May and no 17 March 1944) was a Black French Guianan-born colonial administrator and Free French leader. He was the first black French man appointed to high post in the French colonies, when appointed as Governor of Guadeloupe in 1936. (talk) 01:19, 17 March 2015 (UTC)