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Molyneux House Bed & Breakfast

Kaka Point, South Otago, New Zealand
Contributed by: US350 Karen Rhea White   |   05 Nov 2017

This is a current Molyneux item. It is the Molyneux House located at 2 Rimu St, Kaka Point 9271, New Zealand. Website is molyneuxhouse.co.nz.

"We offer you our luxury suite, designed for one couple, but can accommodate a third person/child. A special room for the more discerning traveller, with soft music and romantic lighting. We'll say no more. Relax and Enjoy !

Fur seals and sea lions are minutes away, as are the yellow-eyed penguins and the Nugget Point Lighthouse Reserve. All this natural beauty and wildlife - Free!!!

Molyneux House is situated:
20 km from Balclutha on the Kaka Point / Nugget Road.
1 hour from Dunedin on the Southern Scenic Route.
2 hours from Invercargill via the Southern Scenic Route.
3 hours from Queenstown and Te Anau.
6 hours from Christchurch.

(Photo below is from Google maps).


Molyneux TT Mountain Course

Snaefell, Isle of Man
Contributed by: Graham Molyneux   |   04 Sep 2017

Snaefell Mountain Course, or Mountain Course, is a road-racing street circuit used for the Isle of Man TT since 1911 and Manx Grand Prix races from 1923 in the Isle of Man. The motorcycle racing is held on public roads closed for racing by an Act of Tynwald (the parliament of the Isle of Man) under the Road Racing Act (Isle of Man) 1982 and the Road Traffic Regulation Act (Isle of Man) 1985. It is the oldest motorcycle racing circuit still in use. It is also one of the deadliest, with 6 deaths in 2011, 5 in 2014 and 248 cumulatively by 2015, of racers in competition.

Dave Molyneux (born 21 November 1963 in Douglas, Isle of Man) is a Manx professional Sidecar racer. He is the most successful Sidecar competitor in the history of the Isle of Man TT races, achieving 17 TT victories and 30 podium finishes. His TT Victories place him third on the all-time wins list.

Moly, as he is often known, was the sidecar lap record holder for the Snaefell mountain course set in 2015 with a time of 19 minutes 23.056 seconds, an average race speed of 116.785 mph for 1 lap.

In 2013, a right-hand bend on the Snaefell Mountain Course used for TT and Manx Grand Prixraces at the end of Cronk-y-Voddy Straighton the main A3 road was named Molyneux's in recognition of his wins, together with John McGuinness who was similarly honoured.


Mullinax Ford

Florida, Alabama and Washington; USA
Contributed by: Mark Mulinix   |   22 Aug 2017

Mullinax Ford license plate holder. Locations in Apopka, Kissimmee, New Smyrna Beach, West Palm Beach, Mobile and Olympia.

Mullinax Ford's story begins over 40 years ago with the founding of our organization by Ed Mullinax. Despite this humble beginning, Mr.Mullinax set forth with a desire to provide the best dealership experience to his customers – and to never skimp on the quality and affordability of the vehicles sold by the various Mullinax Ford dealerships.

Today, this tradition lives on with the leadership provided by Mr.Mullinax's sons, Larry and Jerry Mullinax. From the best selection of new Ford vehicles to an innovative approach to building customer relationships, it is safe to say that the Mullinax Ford group is poised for another 40 years of success and customer satisfaction.


Mullineaux Ambulance Service

410 Wall St., Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Contributed by: US297 Christina Mollineaux Witcher   |   21 Aug 2017

Medic Ambulance Service was founded by George Albert Mullineaux (1926-2009). George, a charter member and past president of the Indiana Ambulance Association, was a pioneer in modernizing ambulance service. His Medic Ambulance Service became one of the largest ambulance services in Indiana. He was recognized by President Nixon during his innaguration as being the chosen ambulance service during the event.

George was born September 23, 1926 in New Albany to Thomas L. Mullineaux and Mary L. Stoy Mullineaux. He was a member of Central Christian Church. He was a member of the American Legion, Depauw Lodge; Scottish Rite, Nights Templar, Murat Temple, Kosair Temple. He was a 1947 Graduate of the Indiana Embalming College and then joined the family business and became part owner of Mullineaux Funeral Home New Albany and the Motaz-Mullineaux in Jeffersonville. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a Colonel in the Indiana Guard Reserve, a graduate of the Culver Military Academy Summer Naval School in Culver. He passed away Monday, February 2, 2009 in New Albany, Indiana. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Eileen (Durbin) Mullineaux. They were married June 15, 1947.


Old Molineaux Wines

Contributed by: US297 Christina Mollineaux Witcher   |   21 Aug 2017

A few ads for Old Molineaux Wines and a photo of an Old Molineux wine jug. Old Molineaux Wines was a brand distributed by House of Old Molineaux, Inc., an importer in Boston, MA located across the street from Fenway Park.