The Levantine question : post-palaeolithic rock art in the Iberian Peninsula = el problema levantino : arte rupestre postpaleolítico en la Península Ibérica / edited by José Julio García Arranz, Hipólito Collado Giraldo and George Nash Problema levantino Budapest : Archaeolingua Alapítvány, 2012 http://cataleg.ub.edu/record=b2192513~S1*cat
George Nash Walker was born in 1873 in Lawrence, Kansas. He left at a young age to follow his dream of becoming a stage performer and toured with a traveling group of minstrels. After performing at shows and fairs across the country, Walker met Bert Williams in 1893 and they formed the duo known as Williams and Walker. - See more at: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/walker-george-1873-1911#sthash.0s3LhYR4.dpuf
Sec-Lieut George Nash - 6th Bn att'd 2nd Bn, Worcestershire Regt. Landed France 4/1915. Suffered head wound - Battle of Hooge. DOW Boulogne Stationary Hospital, 29.6.1915, aged 24. Buried North east of Church in Martley (St. Peter) Churchyard, Worcester. Son of Richard Slade & Edith Nash, of The Noak, Martley, Worcester. His brother James of East Surrey Regt, also fell, 2.4.1915.
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