Synonyms for riseley or Related words with riseley

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Examples of "riseley"
Jeffrey Riseley (born 11 November 1986, Dandenong) is an accomplished Australian middle-distance runner. Riseley has competed in numerous prestigious competitions including the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.
Riseley lies within the Borough of Bedford and with a population over one thousand is one of the larger villages in the Borough. The village has a ward named after it which includes not only Riseley but some of the smaller villages surrounding it such as Thurleigh and Keysoe. In the last elections for the borough the election winner in the Riseley Ward was an independent candidate. For Parliamentary elections Riseley is in the North East Bedfordshire constituency. Before 1983 it was in the Bedford constituency. Riseley is also its own civil parish and has its own parish council.
The Rise is a 2008 album by Australian singer Carl Riseley. It was released on 26 April, and produced by John Foreman, the music director of "Australian Idol", after Carl Riseley came third in the 2007 series of the show.
The census also found that the average age of a Riseley villager was 40.36.
Reginald Doherty / Laurie Doherty defeated Sydney Smith / Frank Riseley, 6–1, 6–2, 6–4
Frank Lorymer Riseley (6 July 1877 – 6 February 1959) was a British tennis player.
Lawrence Doherty defeated Frank Riseley, 7–5, 6–3, 6–0.
Lawrence Doherty defeated Frank Riseley, 6–4, 4–6, 6–2, 6–3
Born on the Gold Coast in 1982, Riseley started out playing the cornet, and progressed to the trumpet when he was sixteen. Riseley joined The Royal Australian Navy band in April 2003, as a trumpeter. His singing career began in late 2003 when the Navy Rock Band were deployed on HMAS "Tobruk" to tour around Asia & Australia, but did not have a singer. The vacancy was filled by Riseley, who has remained a vocalist.
There is evidence of Riseley being affected by the Black Death back in 1351 when 300 acres of arable land became worthless due to them being uncultivated and no one occupying them. During the Middle Ages, 1346 to be exact, Riseley was also home to a murder when William Petersoil, a member of a family which owned a manor in Riseley named the manor of Petersoills (or Petersoyles), was murdered.
Wellington Country Park is a country park in Hampshire, around Riseley, near Reading.
Reginald Doherty / Laurie Doherty defeated Sydney Smith / Frank Riseley, 6–4, 6–4, 6–4.
Lawrence Doherty defeated Frank Riseley, 6–1, 7–5, 8–6
"The Rise" (Carl Riseley album) included a jazz cover of the song.
Riseley has a small police station where Bedfordshire Police Officers sit around drinking coffee and doing little else. Riseley also has a shop and a garage both situated on the High Street. Riseley also has a village playing field, opened in 1952, where Riseley Sports F.C. and also the village's cricket club play their home matches. Other facilities include a village hall, three Bed and Breakfasts, a care home for the elderly, and on the outskirts of the village, a shooting range facility, Bedford Autodrome and a nudist park. The village also has numerous green spaces such as a nearby woods, ross meadow and numerous footpaths over fields.
The British census of 2001 found that Riseley had 486 households with a population of 1,284 with 633 being male and 651 being female. The census also found that the Riseley ward, which includes not only Riseley but some of the smaller villages which surround it, had a very low population density (persons per hectare) of only 0.44 which is nine times smaller than the national average.
Much of Riseley's Mediaeval history involves the Knights Hospitallers who in 1279 gained possession of land and manors in Riseley as well as possessions in surrounding areas. The knights owned both Harvies Manor and the Manor of Lawrence (which was controlled by the Lawrence family). The Knights also had rights of free warren. Some of Riseley's history also involves the Knights Templar they are involved in Riseley because the aforementioned Harvies Manor can be first separately identified back in 1279 when Walter son of Geoffrey de Riseley held 4 hides of land in Riseley of the Knights Templar. Seeing as how both the Knights Hospitaller and Knights Templar are involved in Riseley history back in 1279 it has been suggested that the two organisations have been confused for each other somewhere along the line.
The settlement is close to Knotting, Souldrop and Riseley. The nearest town to Knotting Green is Rushden in Northamptonshire.
Reginald Doherty / Laurie Doherty defeate Sydney Smith / Frank Riseley, 6–2, 6–4, 6–8, 6–3
Sydney Smith / Frank Riseley defeated Reginald Doherty / Laurie Doherty, 6–8, 6–4, 5–7, 6–3, 6–3