, Virginia, a town in Accomack
County, Virginia, United States Onley
(lost settlement), a lost village
in Northamptonshire, England...
- David Charles Onley
, CM OOnt (born June 12, 1950) is a Canadian former journalist
as the 28th Lieutenant Governor
from 2007 until...
(/oʊnliː/, "only") is a town in Accomack
County, Virginia, United
States. The po****tion was 516 at the 2010 census. The community
- Toni Onley
OC (November 20, 1928 – March
2, 2004) was a Manx painter noted
for his landscapes
works. Born in Douglas
on the Isle of Man,...
- HM Prison Onley
is a Category
C men's prison, operated
by Her Majesty's Prison
Service. The prison
is named after
the lost village
Hill (67°43′S 63°2′E / 67.717°S 63.033°E / -67.717; 63.033Coordinates: 67°43′S 63°2′E / 67.717°S 63.033°E / -67.717; 63.033) is a bare rock...
- Ken Onley
1914 – 23 August
1981) was an Australian rules footballer
who pla**** with Hawthorn
in the Victorian Football League
- The lost village
is in the parish
in the English county
of Northamptonshire. The site is bordered
on the north
by the M45 motorway....
- springs" Manandhar
& Koirala, Nepal-India Boundary Issue
(2001), pp. 3–4. Onley
(March 2009), "The Raj Reconsidered: British
- Sir Robert Onley
was the member
in 1485. He was also mayor twice
in the 1480s. He was a woolman. The City of Coventry: Parliamentary...