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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

19 Nov 1874

lb* THURSDAY, Nov. 19, 1874. Nov. 5, at The Hall, Burnham, Somerset, the wife of Richard Briee, Esq., a daughter. Nov 11, 13, Belvedere, the wife Mr. F. Cooke, a son Nov. 11, at 4, Castle-view, Bath, the wife of Mr. J. Teacock, a Nov l?' at Angel-terrace

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Type: FamilyNotice
Common Cause

Common Cause London, England

23 May 1913

1913• Forthcoming Meetings. ARRANGED BY THE NATIONAL UNION. MAY 23. Exeter—Provincial Council—Small Barn&ld Hall 10.30 Exeter—Public Meeting—Barnfield Hall— Speakers, Lady Courtney of Penwith, Miss A. Maude Hoyden, Miss Margaret Robertson—Chair, Sir R. Newman

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Type: Article
Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

29 Jul 1911

Luncheon in the New Hall. well catered for by Mr. Borlase, was much enjoyed, and after a few toasts bad been honoured, visits were paid to Hall Barn, the house, gardens, and grounds being thrown oven to the guests by Lord Burnham, who himself received

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Type: Article
Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

29 Jul 1911

ANNUAL EXCURSION A VISIT TO HALL BARN Through the kindness of Lord Burnham, the uuuuul excursion of the members and friends of the Bucks Chamber of Agriculture was held on Tuesday at Hall Barn, Beacousfield, when a pleasant time was spent. The party,

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Type: Article
Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Dec 1906

COURT AND PERSONAL. THE KING AT HALL BARN. King Edward, attended by the Hon. J. Ward, left London yesterday morning for a day’s shooting over Lord Burnham’s preserves at Hall Barn. His Majesty travelled by special train from Paddington to Beaconsfield

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Type: Article
South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

7 Sep 1900

extras 0; total. 76. HALL BARN' v. BURNHAM. Played at Hall Bam Saturday last, resulting crushing defeat of the visitors which was dne to the capital batting Fowler and Houchio, and Burnham being very poorly represented. Score: Hall babn. W. Fowler, run

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Type: Article
Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

7 Jun 1909

LUNCHEON AT HALL BARN The Burnham at Hall Barn, on Sunday. The weather was very wet. The guests were received by Lord Burnham, and after luneh. they motored Taplow Court, where Lord Desborough received them. At Lord

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Type: Article
Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

19 Jul 1856

Sale* b» Auction: Capital Timber, ON TUK HALL-BARN PARK ESTATE, BEACONSFIELD,BUCKS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. MUBBAT and SON, On TUESDAY, July 22, 1856, at I'wo o'clock in the afternoon. At the White Hart Inn, Beacuusiield, bv order of the Proprietor

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Type: Article
Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal.

Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal Norfolk, England

4 Jun 1887

BARN HA A Pcetic Mcmso held on Tuesday evening Primitive Methodist Chap. I. Mr J. Hall presiding. Hurring addresses were deli?eted by several lh« I oil i:r.-.rht*ts «ul ff'-ud. Tb. tuMtlop •brou|h..ut WA* of . )!!•«• .od rdity.m! cli.T.cter, .11 pu-.oi

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Type: Article
South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

9 Dec 1910

HALL BARN CRICKET CLUB TRIBUTE TO LOCAL PATRONS OF THE SPORT. A most enjoyable evening was spent the members the Hall Barn Cricket Club and few friends, at the-White Hart Hotel, on Thursday. upon the occasion tjie Club’s first annual dinner. The company

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Type: Illustrated
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Dec 1906

Historic Hall Barn. King Edward is to pay a visit Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, for shooting. lord Burnham, one of the most genial of hosts, has entertained His Majesty on several previous occasions. The Barn is a great square mansion Queen Anne style, with

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Type: Article
South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

4 Jan 1912

HALL BARN TENANTS. Tli© wives of the tenants on the Hall Burn Estate were entertained to tea on Monday at Hall Barn, where they were received the Hon. Mrs. Harry Lawson and Lord Burnham. agreeable time was spent after tea, and they left with presents

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Type: Article
Bradford Daily Telegraph

Bradford Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Dec 1903

THE SHOOTING PARTY HALL BARN. Lord Burnham's shooting party Hall Barn. Bcaoonsfield. yesterday, included, in addition to the Prince of Waive, Mr. H. Chaplin, the Hon. H. Stonor. Lord Herbert Vane Tempest. Major Crichton, the of Granby. Captain Stewart

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Type: Article
Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

21 Apr 1906

. SPLENDID MEETING AT HALL BARN. One of the most interesting and attractive Easter Monday fixtures in these parts consisted of the Old Berkeley (West) Bent Steeplechases s under National Point-to- Point Rulem, held in Hall Barn Park, Beaconsfield tby

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Type: Article
Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

23 Nov 1906

THE KING TO VISIT HALL BARN. TSie “Daily News’ BunUuun. better known lawsoii, tho “Daily Telegraph,” will entertain the King at his Buckinghamshire wot. Hail Haro, near Boaconsfiold. December. He has frequently been honoured the presence of the King

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Type: Article
Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

21 Dec 1903

THE ICING AT HALL BARN Ihe King left London this morning for Burnham s seat at Beaconsfield for a day'* shooi. ing.

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Type: Article
Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

16 Jul 1955

Girl Guides’ Camping Cup July 16th sees the finals at Hall Barn, Beacons field, of the Camping I Cup given Lord Burnham for the best Girl Guide Patrol. They must )ut up a ridge tent for four, make >eds ready for sleeping and others rolled for daytime

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Type: Article
South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

14 Oct 1910

HALL BARN CRICKET CLUB. A general meeting the members the above clnb was held Holloway House, on Tuesday last. Despite the bad weather, a good attendance made. Mr. E. Spencer Britten took the chair, and the hon. secretary, Mr. George Bowler, read his

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Type: Article
Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

15 May 1931

Further Notice. THE COUNTY RED CROSS FETE Under the Patronage of H.R.H. PRINCESS VICTORIA. AT HALL BARN, BEACONSFIELD (By kind permission of Viscount Burnham, G.C.M.G., C.H.), To raise funds for the establishment of A CLINIC for the Treatment of Rheumatism

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Type: Article
Market Harborough Advertiser and Midland Mail

Market Harborough Advertiser and Midland Mail Leicestershire, England

14 Aug 1931

G. Brooksbank (Loddington), Miss Capell Brooke (Woodford), Mr. A. 11. Sartona (Weekley), Mrs. G. K. Kipley (Weekley), Mrs. S. J. Lloyd (Pipewell Hall), the C. B. WUlters and Mrs. Walters (Sywcll), the Hev. A W. Kokeby and Mr*. Uokeby iStoke Albany). Dr

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Type: Article