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84 matches for Amabel Moseley in the British Newspaper Archive

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

28 Nov 1914

announced between William Jen.noon Sodas, F.R.S., Professor of Geology in the University of Oxford, and Mrs. Amabel Nevill Moseley (widow of H. N. Moseley, F.R.S., Linacre Professor in the University Oxford), of 48, Woodstock-road, Oxford, and Pick’s Hill, West

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Bicester Herald

Bicester Herald Oxfordshire, England

27 Nov 1914

between William Johnson ocllae, F.R S., Professor of Geology in the Universery of Oxford, and Mrs. Amabel Nevill Moseley (widow of the Late H. N. Moseley. F.R.S., Professor in the University of Oxford). of 48, Woodstook•rohd, Oxford, and Pick's Hill, West

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Aberdeen Free Press

Aberdeen Free Press Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1891

MOSELEY The death i' announced of Henry Nottidee Moseley, LL.D., F.H.8., Linacre Professor Human and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Oxford, which took place at Clevedon, Somerset, on Tuesday. Mr Moseley (says Men and Women of the Time was son

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

17 May 1862

St. James’s. —The fairy extravaganza provided Mr, William Brough for the Easter piece on these boards is entitled Prince Amabel; or, the Fairy Boses.” We believe that the story is the author's original invention, though the incidents, separately considered

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The Era

The Era London, England

31 Dec 1865

general excellence, incd the freedom from vulgarity of their represeutations; bliss Young (a clever aeris-comic), bliss SL. Moseley, and Mr. fled. North, wioth Toddy Cossway, have pro- duced a large asuoucat of enthusiastic applause. Other ortistes are

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

21 Nov 1891

Valley from Northampton to the sea is one vast lake. PROFESSOR MOSELEY Henry N. Moseley, who died on November ioth, at Firwood, Clevedon, Somerset, was a son of the late Rev. Henry Moseley, F. R.S., Canon of Bristol. He was born at Wandsworth in 1S44,

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

29 Dec 1954

took place at St. George's Chapel, and the reception at the Guildhall. Above: Brig, and Mrs. R. A. D. Moseley.Col. Frank Wilson and Miss Penelope Moseley Mr. and Mrs. C. Tait and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. M. Weston at the reception. The bridegroom is the son of

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

13 Aug 1881

Haxpicaf SrrrrtE Cna.eE.—J. u. Kevworth < Mersey HC> IUO \ards sUrt. 1 ; Com-annou, Wldne* 40, 2 ; C. Bryan, GO. 3; W. G. ( Moseley -O T. t’Urke. Loaal.brro• 40,0 ;J. NotUnKham 50.0 ; H. Hunt. WiJn»iTO. 0 ; W.Lakin, Ne«ra.tk7o.o; K. William,, Cl»*-st«-r

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Army and Navy Gazette

Army and Navy Gazette London, England

27 Jul 1918

Alexander, R. 8., has been promoted honorary Captain. FOOT GUARDS. Grenadier Guards,— Capt. Norman Gwynne Chamberlain, of Moseley, who waa action on Dec. 1, aged 33, has left estate of the value of £73.186. INFANTRY. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (6th).—

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Nov 1891

fee widow and five children. Professor Henry Moseley, LL.D., F.R.S., who died the loth instant, at Firwood, Clevedon, Sotnerste, at the early age of forty-six rears, was a son of tha late Bev. Henry Moseley. F MB., Canon of Bristol. was bora at Wandsworth

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Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales

Eddowes's Journal, and General Advertiser for Shropshire, and the Principality of Wales Shropshire, England

8 Aug 1855

Mr J Cbetwynd, Lichfield and Ivan hoe 57 Col Clowes, Worcestershire.. 9 121 Mr F R P Onslow 6 70 Mr Edwin Moseley, Shropshire No. 18. 0 27 Mr F Merrewelher, Arehcofield Mr H Smith, West Berks Mr. Mobetly Mr. Croft 3 82 312 5 74 300 196 26

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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

20 Oct 1883

family, Btenkley 6 Pickford Rev E Mrs and faro. The Manse, 61 Pirris, Dr. Mn, and Master. Stammers 6 Pomfret, Countess of, Miss Amabel Thorpe, Mn Ferran, Chaldaic 80 Powys, Mies Ellen, Whynoot 8 Powys, Mir I L, Mir Morns Brierley 47 Powys, Hen. Mrs, Mara Powys

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

6 Jan 1956

Theresa. and father of Donald. passed odd_ergy to rest at Ms home. RsWings Road. Moseley, on January 4 1956. Funeral. %Wednesday. January 11. Service. St. Agnes Church. Moseley. at 11.15 am.: followed W cremation at Lodge 0111 Crematorium. Mowers suitable

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

28 Feb 1881

of Crofsy Bwla, Monmouth. MOSELEY-JIEIPEVS.— On ihe 2lth inst., at St Georrra's, Übiic ver -fcCjuaie by the Bishop of St. Albans and the Rev. R. ,T. LuLdas, 11. X. Mcaelty, F.R S., eldest son of the late Canon Moselei, to Amabel Nevill, youugest daughter

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

24 Aug 1888

Stokey's Creeping Jane, lOst Spiers 0 Mr. Bnutuwaite's Moseley. Pst 71b J. Smith 0 Mr. T. J. Aduey’s Merry Andrew. 9st Mr. Joseph 0 Betting: to 1 agst Schoolmaster, i to 2 Fernhill, S to 1 ogst Moseley, and C to 1 agst any other. After two three breaks away

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

19 Oct 1886

goals to2. ASTON Ca ue s CaOmn F.C.-This club were to have encountered the Moseley Msayfeld, at the ground of the Chair. Welihead Lane, Perry Barr, on Saturday, but the Moseley not putting in an appearance F. Jones (captain) and W. Yasell chose sides,

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

23 Sep 1922

Barton), Mr. and Mrs. John Mac Making Air. and Afrs. F. dark (Manchester). and Mrs. J W. (Leeds), Air. and Mrs. D. Benson (Moseley), Mr. and Airs. A. Waston (Chester), Mr. and Airs. (London), Air. and Mrs Chandler (Bournemouth), Mi', and Afrs. R P. Gnrhett

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

6 Jan 1956

father of Donald passed suddenly to rest at his home. bO, Reddings ftoad, January Moseley . on January 4 1958. Funeral, Wednesday, 11. Service. St. Agnes Church, Moseley. at 11.15 a.m.: followed by cremation at Lodge Hill Crematorium. Flowers suitable

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Hertford Mercury and Reformer

Hertford Mercury and Reformer Hertfordshire, England

26 Feb 1881

orgaanist of Boxraoor church. Moseley—Jeffreys.— 24th inst., at St. George’s, Hanover Square, the Bishop of St. Albens, assisted bv tnc Yen. Archdeacon Ncvill, uncle of the bride, and the Rev. R. J. Dundas, H. N. Moseley, Esq., F.R.S., the eldest son

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

14 Sep 1878

eddington. SMlTH—Haas.—On the sth inst., at St. Anne's Church, Moseley, Birmingham, R. Hardy Smith. second son of Mr. C. Smith, of Stoke, Guildford, to Ruth, daughter of Mr. Samuel Heath, of Moseley, Birmingham. remelt—Anew.—On the sth inst., at St. 'Matthias's

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