Some cool precision engineering organization photos:
Minister Farry congratulates Seamus Morris of Coalisland’s precision engineering firm Northern Hydraulics on being awarded the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) accreditation
Image by Northern Ireland Executive
Coalisland precision engineering company Northern Hydraulics is one particular of 37 organisations from across Northern Ireland these days awarded with the prestigious Investors in Folks (IiP) accreditation.
Arnold, Charles, James, Minnie.
black and white.
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Arnold Ray L, my great uncle (dad’s dad’s brother). Born two/18/1906 and died 8/7/1972 in Fairmont, WV.
Son of James and Minnie
Brother of Lena Might, Charles and James Bernard
Occupation: Odd jobs
Charles Edward L, my great uncle (dad’s dad’s brother). Born 9/26/1912 in Fairmont, WV. Died ten/two/1995 in Grand Prarie, TX.
Son of James and Minnie
Husband of Ruth
Father of Susan Miller L, Jayne Albritton L, David, Daniel and Paul
Brother of Arnold Ray, Lena Could and James Bernard
Occupation: Precision Machinist
Charles Edward L served in the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s where he served as Administrator of a organization sized unit. He served in the WV National Guard from 1930 to 1942. Throughout World War II, he served with his federalized unit in the Territory of Alaska, where he participated in combat against the Japanese.
His principal civilian occupation was Precision Machinist in the aircraft industry. During Planet War II, he worked at his craft on the Manhattan Project (development of the atom bomb) and subsequently worked on a quantity of NASA space rockets. -from ‘Draft Family members History’ as compiled by James Bernard L
James Bernard L, my grandfather (dad’s dad). Born two/18/1922 in Fairmont, WV. Died 12/18/2001 in Arlington, VA.
Son of James and Minnie
Husband of Maria Clara ("Ronnie")
Father of Victor (dad)
Brother of Arnold Ray, Lena Could and Charles
James Bernard L was a extended-serving member of the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division, and its Association. He joined the National Guard in 1936, then the 16th Infantry in 1940 at Fort Jay, New York. In the Allied landings in Africa in November, 1942, he was the Regimental Sergeant Significant. He fought in Sicily and later, in the Normandy Invasion, as a Warrant Officer beneath General Omar Bradley. He continued with the 16th Infantry through France, the Battle of the Bulge, Germany and Czechoslovakia.
After the war, he served at Fort Knox, Kentucky, the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Pentagon, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, and the Adjutant GeneralsSchool, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, exactly where he retired in 1960 as a CWO-four.
James then became one particular of the strongest supporters of the Regimental Association, writing many articles and booklets created by the Association, and was a contributor, editor, and participant in the production of the recent volume of the regiment’s history, "Blood and Sacrifice."
James was also an avid flag collector and member of NAVA, and a longtime philatelist.
James Roman L, my excellent-grandfather (dad’s dad’s dad). Born two/13/1884 in Warsaw, Poland. Died 1/28/1965 in Fairmont, WV.
Son of Ignatius and Hegwig?
Husband of Minnie
Father of Arnold Ray, Lena Might, Charles and James Bernard
Brother of Martha and Edward
Occupation: B&O Railroad Engineer
James Roman L’s original name was believed to be Julius Roman L. Even though his obituary stated he was born in Warsaw, that is not believed to be the case. He did not know specifically exactly where he was born, but believed it to be "somewhere close to the Russian border." He is buried in the household plot of Jones Cemetery, Fairmont, West Virginia. His name is recorded on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor on Ellis Island, despite the fact that incorrectly listed as James Rome L, from Poland. Our final name implies near the river according to ‘Draft Family members History’ as compiled by James Bernard L.
Minnie Wilson L, my wonderful grandmother (dad’s dad’s mom). Born ten/17/1885 (Mannington, WV). Died 10/1/1971 (Mannington, WV). She had six brothers & 3 sisters, 1 husband, 3 sons & 1 daughter.
Daughter of Sarepta Alcinda and Nuzum
Wife of James
Mother of Arnold Ray, Lena Could, Charles and James Bernard (Clint‘s grandad)
Sister of Thomas, Martha, Willis, Sanford, Lawrence, Charles, Margaret, Della, Clinton and Naomi
1965 – 1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupé
Image by Georg Sander
The Lancia Fulvia is an Italian vehicle introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 by Lancia. It was developed by that firm through 1976. Fulvias are notable for their role in automobile racing history, which includes winning the International Rally Championship in 1972. On testing it in 1967, Road & Track summed up the Fulvia as "a precision motorcar, an engineering tour de force".
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Der Lancia Fulvia ist ein Automobil des italienischen Herstellers Lancia. Es wurde von Herbst 1963 bis Ende 1976 gebaut und gilt als Nachfolgemodell des Lancia Appia.
Wie andere nach dem 1950 vorgestellten Aurelia entwickelten Lancia-Modelle war der Fulvia nach einer klassischen Römerstraße, hier der Through Fulvia, benannt. Im Herbst 1972 wurde dieses Method der Benennung wieder geändert: der unter Fiat-Regie gebaute Nachfolger des Fulvia war der Lancia Beta.
Der Fulvia war als Berlina (Limousine) und als Coupé erhältlich. Außerdem gab es wie bei Lancia üblich ein bei Carrozzeria Zagato entworfenes und in Kleinserie gebautes Fließheckcoupé mit dem traditionellen Namen Sport. Das technische Konzept des Fulvia stammt von Antonio Fessia, die Kind wurde von Pietro Castagnero bei Lancia entworfen.