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What is the administrative structure of the Parish Council?

Executive, Legislative, Judicial

What concession did the US receive from North Vietnam in the parish peace accords?

The return of American POW's.

Were Parish priests the most powerful people in a diocese?

People believed they would go to hell unless they died in a state of grace with the church. The priest had control of forgiving their sins and letting them stay in good standing with the church. Life on earth was so hard that most looked forward to heaven . The priest controlled their prospects for an afterlife.

Who is the parish of Thibodaux Louisiana named after?

Henry Schuyler Thibodeaux a governor of Louisiana, founded and gave his name to Thibodeauxville, the town that eventually became Thibodaux, Louisiana. (The suffix -ville was dropped, yielding Thibodeaux, and eventually the e was also dropped, which is the current spelling. Even so, in South Louisiana today you will find people whose surname is spelled both Thibodeaux and Thibodaux. By the way, both Thibodaux and Thibodeaux are pronounced in the French fashion, "Tib-oh-dough""The parish of Thibodaux, Louisiana" is another matter. Louisiana is the only state in the United states that has parishes (sometimes called civil parishes) instead of counties. The parish in which Thibodaux finds itself is Lafourche Parish, which is one of sixty-four parishes in Louisiana. In French, "La fourche" means "the pitchfork", so called because Bayou Lafourche runs down the middle of the parish (which is long and narrow) and on a map Bayou Lafourche looks more or less like a pitchfork.And also in French, la fourche (the pitchfork) is not to be confused with la fourchette (the little fork, the kind you eat with). As far as is known, there is no parish or Bayou in Louisiana named Lafourchette, after common table forks. On the other hand. it is just barely conceivable that the young ladies' basketball team at Lafourche High School might be named "Les Fourchettes."

What was the local unit of government in the southern colonies?

The Southern colonies included Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Georgia.

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Where was Edward Jenner buried?

Jenner was buried in the chancel of the parish church of Berkeley.

What two US presidents are buried in the same church basement?

Both John Adams (2nd President) and John Quincy Adams (6th President) are buried in a crypt beneath the United First Parish Church in Quincy, Massachusetts. The Unitarian church is a National Historic Landmark,

What is the parish church associated with Shakespeare?

Holy Trinity Church in Stratford is the church where Shakespeare was baptised and married, and where he remains buried to this day.

Where was John Quincy Adams buried?

Quincy, Massachusetts at the First Parish United Church.

When was Central Parish Church created?

Central Parish Church was created in 1859.

When was Glenorchy Parish Church created?

Glenorchy Parish Church was created in 1811.

When was Wadsley Parish Church created?

Wadsley Parish Church was created in 1834.

When was Ware Parish Church created?

Ware Parish Church was created in 1715.

When was Kirkoswald Parish Church created?

Kirkoswald Parish Church was created in 1777.

When was Prescot Parish Church created?

Prescot Parish Church was created in 1610.

When was Yester Parish Church created?

Yester Parish Church was created in 1708.

What has the author George Harbottle written?

George Harbottle has written: 'Gosforth Parish Church: an historical account of the life of the church' -- subject(s): Gosforth Parish Church 'Gosforth and its parish church' -- subject(s): Gosforth Parish Church, History