Marias pizza is a popular pizza restaurant in South Africa, which offers a variety of pizza items, including pizzas, salads, sandwiches and wraps.
The restaurant was founded in 1869 by the British immigrant, George Marias, who had arrived in the country in 1846.
The name is a reference to the British soldier and soldier-turned-patriot, who served with the army during the Civil War.
A short time later, Marias opened a second branch of his restaurant, which also became known as Marias Pizzeria, which is still in operation.
Marias’ Pizza Man is one of the best pizzerias in South African history.
The place is still open and serving pizza today.
Mariam’s Pizza Man, Cape Town, South Africa Mariam and George Mariam were a popular couple who enjoyed spending time together and sharing their love of the arts and music.
The couple also enjoyed the company of their children.
In their early years, George marias sons, William and James, had a knack for writing songs and performing.
They also made some of their own recordings.
During the war, George and his sons played at Mariams home, and the two soon became very close friends.
They would regularly entertain guests by dancing to popular music, and would even make a point of taking the kids out to eat in the restaurant.
In 1862, George was shot by a British soldier during a battle at Wankanae.
He survived, but his arm was damaged in the attack.
He was released from hospital, but spent time in a sanatorium in South Australia where he died in 1874.
He is buried in a private ceremony in the town of KwaZulu-Natal, the birthplace of the Marias family.
Mariah Marias (1917-2011) was born in Johannesburg, South African state of South Africa.
Maria married her husband George Mariah in 1903.
They lived in Cape Town where she and her family worked in the cotton industry.
She and her brother George went on to study at the University of the Witwatersrand.
George Maria died in 1971 at the age of 96.
Marisa’s son George, who was born a few years later, also lived a prosperous life.
Marima, George’s only child, had numerous children.
George maria had two sons: Harry and Harry James Mariah, Jr. In 1962, George married his second wife Mariah’s sister.
They had three daughters: Martha, Maria and Maria M. The Marias continued to make music and film throughout their lifetime.
Mariana was a talented singer and had a talent for singing and playing piano.
She also worked as a singer-performer, singer-songwriter and singer-singer.
Her daughter Maria, who became known for her stage work and her stage performances, was also a talented performer and songwriter.
Maria’s father was a musician and a professional musician.
The family was well-known for their live shows.
In 1976, Mariam Marias passed away.
She was 96 years old.
Mariyah Mariam was the first female singer-composer to win the National Academy Award for Best Original Score.
Mariya’s sister Maria Mariam, who died in 1977, won the Grammy Award for the Best Female Country Music Album for “I’m Going Away.”
She is the only surviving sister.
Marijah Mariah (1899-2011), MariamMariah Mariah died in 2011 at the ripe old age of 94.
She is remembered for her musical gifts, her strong faith, her love for her children and her great work as a mother.
She sang, danced and played guitar in a number of musical bands.
Marilyns love of music was not limited to just playing.
She played the piano, sang, sang and played the harmonica, while also doing other music.
Marijana Mariam (1890-1959) was a South African singer-fiddler, singer, pianist, arranger, composer and conductor.
She worked with a number the leading South African classical musicians, including Johannesburg Opera and the South African Chamber Orchestra.
Marilyn Mariah was born on November 6, 1890 in Johannesberg, South West Africa.
She went on as a student in the Royal Conservatory of Music in Johannes.
In 1913, Mariah married her first husband, Robert Mariah.
Robert Mariam served in the British Army and was shot dead by an enemy soldier in 1917.
Marilia was the third child of Mariah and John Mariah M’Llewellyn Mariah Jansen.
She married his brother-in-law, Robert F. M’Clowren.
Robert M’CLowren was an important figure in the development of the South Africa’s music industry.
In the 1930s, M’J’S music career took him to London, where he worked as an actor, dancer and