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The northern half of the island is mainly composed of clayswith the southern half formed of the chalk of the central east—west downs, as well as Upper and Lower Greensands and Wealden strata.
Marie was wrecked in Chale Bay, its cargo of wine plundered by local landowners. The boom in tourism, spurred by growing wealth and leisure time, and by Victoria's example, led to significant urban development of the island's coastal resorts; the island saw significant expansion as many new homes and hotels were built.
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Michael's Mount in Cornwall is now considered more likely. Carisbrooke was known as the "Fort of the Men of Wight" "Wihtwarasburgh"or alternatively the fort may have been named after Wihtgar.
Many of those buried there are from the Island, including at least 5 men who died during the Great War, and at least 8 men who died during World War II. On one of his raids he captured a part-completed statue of the French king, and had a likeness of his own head attached instead.
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God's Providence House is traditionally the only house in the town where no-one died. If anyone is interested, he could look up names in it. The State Library in Adelaide also has detailed section. Victorian era[ edit ] In the s, what remains in real terms the most expensive ever government spending project saw fortifications built on the island and in the Solent, as well as elsewhere along the south coast, including the Palmerston FortsThe Needles Battery and Fort Victoriabecause of fears about the strength of the French and their possible invasion.
Fellow passengers had overheard them praying and they were reported on arrival to Governor Carey, taken to London for trial, then executed by hanging, drawing and quartering in Cowes. One plough-damaged barrow on Gallibury Down was excavated during and dated to between BCE.
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They were declared "venerable" by Pope Pius XI. Carisbrooke Priory and the fort of Carisbrooke Castle were then founded.
Arwald died in action, and his nephews were betrayed to Caedwalla and executed. This might suggest that the meaning is something like "daughter island" or "little companion"; however if Germanic languages were not widely spoken in Britain during the Roman era, as has been the consensus, then they would be an unlikely source for the Latin Vectis.
InSir Robert Holmes became governor, and re-organised the island's defences.
The famous Regency architect John Nash lived on the island, and designed Newport's Guidhall, completed in Angina Pectoris, Ann Morris present.