THURLEY Park in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, UK.
THURLEY Domain is about seven kilometers for Arrowtown in New Zealand.
THURLEY Farm at Lambwood Hill, Grazely, Reading, Berkshire, UK.
THURLEY Road in Ossipee, New Hampshire, USA.
THURLEY Road in Elstead, Surrey, UK.
THURLEY Road and THURLEY Drive in Bradford, Yorkshire, UK
THURLEY Road in Geeveston, Tasmania, Australia
THURLEY Square, London, UK.
THURLEY Common in Surrey, UK.
THURLEY Steet, Cheetham, Manchester UK .
THURLEY Street, Bradford, Yorkshire, UK .
THURLEY Place, Bay View, Napier, New Zealand.
Thurley Place, Attercliffe, Yorkshire.
THURLEY (now THURLEIGH) in Bedfordshire, UK.
THURLEY Mountain in Carroll County, New Hampshire, USA.
Place names discovered to contain "THURLEY" are as follows:
Business names discovered to contain "THURLEY" are as follows:
THURLEY FISH and CHIPS" is a business operating in Heston, Cornwall, UK
THURLEY Real Estate and Rentals" is a business operating in Rothwell, Queensland, Australia
Peter Thurley Four Wheel Drive" is a business operating in North Launceston, Tasmaia, Australia
John Thurley Photographics" is a business operating in Hobart, Tasmaia, Australia
Thurley Plant" is a business operating in Little Croft, Lambwood Hill, Grazeley, READING, UK "Thurley Meats" is a business operating at The Vineyards, Chelmsford, Essex, UK "Nigel Thurley Automotive" is a business operating at Helston, Cornwell, UK
THURLEY persons that have made headlines are:
Lester Jacobs, a UK boxer of some repute, fought Reuben THURLEY on 29 March 1989 at Bethnall, UK and beat Reuben on a TKO by four points.
A long established business in Luton, Bedfordshire is "G. F. THURLEY and sons". It specializes in electrical, mechanical installation/maintenance services.
Geoffrey THURLEY was a literature critic that wrote poems and books on literature.
Keith THURLEY is a respected author of books on Business Management and Supervision.
John THURLEY was a respected UK author who wrote, in particular, "Household Gods" and "The Enigma Variations".
Norgrove THURLEY (USA) wrote a book called "Death for DollaGiants of Darkness".
Martin C. THURLEY was an actor who appeared in the film "Secrets" with Jacqueline Bissett.
Simon THURLEY, previously the director of the Museum of London, is now Chief Executive of English Heritage.
Fred THURLEY was a member of the famous German punk band "Nina Hagan" and is still an active musician in Germany.
Brett THURLEY, a Tasmanian, was a world class water skier. He is currently based in Australia on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Tertia THURLEY is currently studying the Terrestial Leiopelmaidt frog at the University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Adrian THURLEY was, until recently, the squadron leader of the famous Red Arrows, UK, aerobatic troupe.
Thurley Plumacher was a nomination for "Most Popular Playboy Playmate" in a survey conducted by the magazine.
Liz Thurley is a British fencer. She competed in the women's individual and team foil events at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics.
John Philip Thurley was an English Butterfly (swimming) record holder in the late 1960s.
Miscellaneos THURLEY information:
The first toll bridge in America was opened in 1654 at Newbury River, Massachusetts by licensee Richard THURLEY. Humans were free to cross the bridge but there was a charge for animals.
On 15 December 1861 an American Civil War battle was fought at "Thurley's Ford".
An article in an Internet Newsgroups states: A Midlands (UK) nightclub, "Caesar's in Solihull" is run by John THURLEY. It bills itself as the raunchiest nightclub in the Midlands. It is about to launch special nude nights for naturalists during the winter months. The club in Balsall Common already does a roaring trade with regular "swinging" nights and fetish evenings for rubber and bondage enthusiasts.
A site on the internet specializing in the meaning of males baby names gives us some insite into the meaning of "THURLEY". "Your name of Thurley gives you the desire for success and financial accumulation and the confidence and drive to go after your ambitions, regardless of obstacles. Your thinking revolves around business and ways of making money, rather than on music, art, drama, or philosophy. You start new endeavours and incorporate new ideas, but seldom if ever receive the full benefits and financial accumulation for your efforts. You tend to feel very frustrated in being unable to realize your ambitions fully. An extremely independent and self-sufficient person, you dislike taking orders or advice from anyone. You believe in speaking directly and to the point, so you are candid and abrupt. Many friendships are lost because of your directness. Those in close association complain that you are not inclined to observe and return acts of kindness, compassion, or affection. You would be a firm parent and your children would be well-disciplined, but you would find it difficult to get close to them and to show compassion and affection. Weaknesses in your health affect the senses of the head, causing eye, ear or sinus trouble and the generative organs.
Assemblies of God News - "The Thurley bid captures the term" Christian Friends of Israel UK have appointed Roy Thurley, elder at Llandudno AOG church, as their new director. He has succeeded Derek White, who founded the ministry 13 years ago and is handing over the leadership to concentrate on producing further literature on Israel and the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. Roy, with wife Jackie, has been involved in the running of Emmanuel Church since it was planted in 1990 and also runs a Christian guest house. He has been involved with the Eastbourne-based charity for a number of years and wrote a ten-week Kosher Course as a basic introduction to the Jewish roots of faith and the significance of Israel today.
Brian Thurley was born in April, 1938 and was known as the wrestler Alan J. Batt. Chelmsford's Batt worked mainly for the independent promoters in the 1970s and 1980s, though did do some work for Joint Promotions also. Alan Batt was also the face behind numerous masks on the independent circuit, including those of the Red Demon and The Skull and The Disciple.