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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

17 Nov 1916

19s Best house, at pit 24s 6d j PATENT FUEL Ori 42s * .—Arrivals. Nov. 15 'p.r, 'he. Baron, s, 145. Swansea j’alcon. 39. Rideford Rose. 64, Avonmouth Theodore, 56, A von in oath Tredegar, s. 54, Sharpness Norah. 56. Sharpness Galley. 48. Bristol Longney

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1889

appeared be a witness of truth, and he dismissed the summons. The Late Mr. Edward Schunck.—The late Mr. Edward Schunck, of Gledhow Wood, head of the firm of Messrs. Schunck and Co., stuff,woollen, and yarn manufacturers, Leeds, who died the sth instant

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1871

Chanel-Allerton; William Middleton, Gledhow Grange, Ch-anol- Allerton Mrs William Gledhow Grange, ChapeLAUert<.n; Arthur Mkldleton. Gledhow Grange. Chapel-Allerton . Charles Middleton. Gledhow Grange. Mi« MidiUeton, Gledhow Grange, ChApel-Allerton; Miss M

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Pall Mall Gazette

Pall Mall Gazette London, England

24 Jan 1890

marriage of Mr. Albert Ernest Kitson, eldest son of Sir James i.7itson, Bart., of Gledhow Hal, and f olrence, elder daughter of the late Mr. Edward Schunck,of Gledhow Wood, took place yest rday rning at Mill Hill Unitarian Chapel, Leeds. The ceremony was

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

15 Oct 1942

Right Hon. Florence Baroness Airedale, of Crown Cottage, Essex, and formerly of Gledhow. Leeds, wife of Baron Airedale and daughter of the late- Edward Baron von Schunck, left £2,445 (net personalty, £3,397). A Testatrix Mrs. Mary of Den by Villa, Knowle

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

20 Jul 1861

e, Mr. J. Holmes, Professor Christison (Edinbro'), Revs. F. G. H Smith, W. F. W. Torre, F. J. Wood, J. H. M'Cheane and S. F. Robinson; Miss Roberts (Gledhow Lodge), Mr. C. Broderick ; Mr., Miss, and Mr. H. R. Wellbeloved; Mr. and Miss Austin, Mr. T. Sutcliffe

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times Yorkshire, England

18 Aug 1877

Locke ; 2, J. W. Frankland 3, G. (gardener to Mrs. Roberts, Chapel-Allerton Three Ferns 1. T. Kawson (gardener Mr. K. Schunck, Gledh Wood); 2, O. Hemlirug ;3, It. Mann. Four Hardy Ferns—l. W Hodgson (gardener to Mi-TV. L. Jackson, Allerton Hall); 2, W.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Jan 1890

marriage of Mr. Albert Ernest Kitson, eldest 3on of Sir James Eiteon, Bant., of Gledhow LHall and Miss Florence Schuanck, eider daughter of the late Mr. Edward Schunch, of Gledhow Wood. Outside the chapel, also, a crowd collected to see the wedding party arrive

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Type: FamilyNotice
Oxfordshire Weekly News

Oxfordshire Weekly News Oxfordshire, England

29 Jan 1890

celebrated of Mr. Albert Ernest Kitson, eldest son of Sir James Kitson, Bart., of Gledhow Hall, to Florence, elder daughter of the late Mr. Edward Schunck, of Gledhow Wood. Tux Master of the Rolls in Ireland is suffering from influenza, and is unable to

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

9 Jul 1889

arranged between Mr. Albert Kitson, eldest son of Sir James Kitson, Bart., Gledhow Hall, Leeds, aud Miss Schunck, elder daughter -> f the late Mr. Edward Schunck. of 1, Gled h-.w-wood, Leeds. The death is announced, at Adelaide, of Mr. Charles Mann, Crown

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Manchester Times

Manchester Times Lancashire, England

25 Jan 1890

celebrated of AMr. Albert Ernest Kitson, eldest son of Sir James Kitson. Bart., of Gledhow Hall, to Florence, eldest daughter of the late Mir. Edward Schunck, of Gledhow WVood. The Bolton borough magistrates on Thursday sentenced a labouring man and his

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Jul 1889

between Mr. Albert KiUon, eldest son Sir James Kitaon, Baronet, G led how Hall, Leeds, and Miss Schunck, elder daughter of the late Mr. Edward Schunck, of Gledhow Wood, Leeds. NOTES ON CURRENT TOPICS. The Government intend this afternoon to take the wind out

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

13 Jul 1889

been arranged between Albert Kitson, eldest son of Sir James Kitsou, Bart., Gledhow Hall, Leeds, and Miss Schunck, elder daughter of the late Mr Edward Sohuuok, Gledhow Wood, Leeds. The Hon. Henry W. Fitzwilliam, M.P. for the Division, has returned to

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Sep 1928

As second Baron Airedale of Gledhow, this popular Yorkshireman has the closest family associations with Leeds. His mother was daughter of Mr. Joseph Cliff, of Wortley. The present Lady Airedale is eldest daughter of the late Mr. Edward Schunck, of Gledhow

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Jan 1928

been re-elected joint secretary. Second Baron Gledhow, Lord Airedale was bom in 1863, and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. Lady Airedale is the eldest daughter of-the late Edward Schunck, of Gledhow Wood. Besides his interest in the iron and steel

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Type: Illustrated
Manchester Times

Manchester Times Lancashire, England

6 Nov 1852

valuable woods fec1 n, unless we attempted to give a faint idea of their qualities. The th It, Honduras Mahogany, 71 0 logs, contaius every variety, viz, large- Su mn sized table, counter-top, and panel logs, lengthy shipbuilding ye. ie wood, and legs

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Type: Advertisement
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

28 Nov 1892

A. E. W. Darbv.- Partridge cock : let, JT. Wood; 2nd, Gi. H. Wood - '3rd 4,. H. Wsood.-Ditto, hen: 1st, F. Bennett, Shiffnal; 2nd, J. Wood; 3rd, T. H. Sretoh.-Ditto cockerel l:t P. Holland; 2nd, G. H. Wood; 3rd, I. Holland.- Ditto, pallet . 1st, Miss

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Liverpool Mercury

Liverpool Mercury Lancashire, England

29 Jan 1890

Bedivere. 13 Smooth Dog or Bitch (Open): 1, A T71tobson, Rustic; P 2, T H Green, Baron Wallasey; 3, S Emerson, 3 Kirby Victor. Rough Dog (Open):- Cup and IN I, Dr C V S Bennett, Baron Canarose: 2, It T Docksey, Orson: 3, E Kendall, Courtier; ri Rough Bitch,

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

30 Nov 1891

0miT), ies rs Wood and Webster, Uxbridge; 2nd, Mr T. H. ?'tretoh, Ortroskirk 3rd, Mr J. W~ood.-Cockerelt 1st, 'I~n rs Wood and Webster ; 2nd, Mr 3. Wood; 3rd, Mrs H. JI Goodall, Melton Mowbray.-Partridge hen : !t Air W. Holland ; 2nd, Mr 3. W~ood ; 3rd, Mr

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

29 Nov 1897

2nd. Mr R. Woods; 3rd, Mr C. A. Srhunok, Kcrsall. Silver Cock Ist ami 2nd. Mr C. A. Schunck ; 3rd. Mr H. 8. Kinrerlre, Cock: Ist, Mr F. N. F>arbyshire, I«iverpiN»l; and 3nl, Messrs Wnod and Son. Little llav, -Grizzle Ci»ck : Cup, Mr R Woods; Znd| snd 3rd

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