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Angus

see aberdeen angus, a breed of beef cattle.
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Grace Darling depicted rowing to <Bthe rescue of the Forfarshire
Half of Forfarshire, a paddle steamer, sank after it hit rocks on the Farne Islands in Northumberland in 1838.
Half of the Forfarshire, a paddle steamer, sank after it hit rocks on the Farne Islands in Northumberland in 1838.
The attraction celebrates the life of the iconic Victorian heroine who was just 22 when she rowed with her father in raging seas to reach survivors of the wrecked SS Forfarshire.
838: Grace Darling, 22, aughter of a lighthouse keeper, made the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
1838: Grace Darling, 22, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, assisted in the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
And Forfarshire ace Watson (right) reckons the only way Scotland can cope is if the top brass stump up the cash to help the side go professional.
On This Day: 1838: Grace Darling and her father rescued the crew of the Forfarshire, a steamer wrecked off the Northumberland coast.
Forfarshire hand a rare start to veteran bowler Graham McLelland sfor the visit of Grange.
SCOTTISH CUP holders Grange eased into the quarter-finals with victory over Forfarshire at Forthill.
Grace Darling and her lighthouse keeper father rescued nine survivors of the SS Forfarshire when it was shipwrecked on the Farne Islands in September 1848.
She was 22 when she risked her life to at sea to rescue survivors of the shipwrecked SS Forfarshire in 1838.