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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For Years: 1923 - 1939
  • Type: Illustrated

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1927

Leeds Church and Dickens—-A Bradford Musical Personality —The Countess of Harewood’s Visit —York’s Great Bell. * Did Dickens Write of It? A Bradford Personality. * * * ♦ * * « * « « * « Fixing the Huge Bell. The & C. ELECTRICAL Leeds Church Bi-Centenary

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Oct 1932

The Countess of Willingdon. (By Joyce Mather,) LEEDS, Sunday. Important Godparents. and Mrs. Ralph Rayner’s baby daughter, who is to be christened on Friday next, will have some very important godparents. Mr. Rudyard Kipling, for one, is be a godfather

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1928

Commander in China —Harewood’s New Vicar —Leeds Charity Ball. Holiday Parties. Hjive you ever seen Leeds so full of children spared no efforts to ensure its success, and the gathering has the cordial support of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. Music will be

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

1 Jun 1923

LADY HAREWOOD. Among those ho arrived Prince was the Countess Harewood, wearing a dark grey costume and a bat with a grey ostrich plume. The Lady Mayoress of Leeds (Mrs. Frank Fountain), who was carrying a beautiful bouquet, wore a smart grey coat frock

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Dec 1927

Christmas. In Harewood village they are looking forward to a quiet homely Christmas, in which the Earl and Countess will share. It will be a family festival at Harewood House, where Lady Boyne (the only daughter of Lord and Lady Harewood), with her husband

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Feb 1937

LEEDS SURGEON’S SON ENGAGED TO LADY ELISABETH MURRAY. Lady Elisabeth Murray and Mr. Peter Oldfield, whose engagement is to be announced to-day. Lady Elisabeth is the younger daughter of the Earl and Countess of Dunmore, and Mr. Oldfield is the younger

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1931

group at Ossington Hall on Saturday, including the Marquis and Marchioness of Titchfield, Lady Sibell and Mr. H. D. Argles, Lady E. Denison, Major Noel Clarke, and Mr. ''‘iTlitwirllMW .r .«trai&> i , v ' *%«■ S>% ■. ■ . ; ; S-' :■«■ .. -; •■, ».',• ,'•••

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Apr 1938

piSfposer; Mrs. Atkinson,; seconder. 2. Rotherham: Mrs. H. V. Mulroy, chairman; Mrs. Shaw, speaker; Mrs. Roberts, proposer; Mrs. C. Clarke, seconder, j;- 3. Sheffeld (Hallami; Mrs. D, Bouafield, chairman; Mrs; D.J A. Bird, speaker;! Mrs. G. Caddtck,

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

7 Oct 1929

in 1881 Lady Florence Katherine Bridgeman, daughter of the third Earl Bradford. Harewood House, the magm Parliaments, was created Lord The earldom dates from 1812, and the late peer was the fifth earl. llarowood House, eight miles north of Leeds, is the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1923

LEEDS CHARITY BALL. Brilliant Scene at Town Hall. CARNIVAL. (By Our Lady Representative.) rho Leeds Charity Ball, always one of the most delightful social events of the year, took place at the Leeds Town Hall last night. Organised in support of the Leeds

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Jan 1930

life-saving certificate to Mr. G. Bowden yesterday. The Lady Mayoress and the Deputy Lord Mayor (Mr. C. V. Walker) are on the left. < ? %11 ; .' : ' id'•■£< *' LORD HAREWOOD AT NEW HARROGATE ART GALLERY.—The Ear! of Harewood speaking at the new Art Gallery

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1936

funeral will take place to-day at Weston. MR. JOHN HAIGH Noted Business Man at Wakefield The funeral will take place to-morrow of Mr. John Halgh, Leeds Road. Wakefield, a noted Wakefield bualneaa man and Baptiat. Mr. Halgh, who 88, wa« a native of Oldham

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

14 Jan 1939

and Mrs. Henry Harker. Mr. R. Mr. and Mra. J. K. Mansfield. Miss Enid Mansfield, Mr. John Hull: Mr. and Mrs. L. Lennox. Bridlington, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Harker. Mr. and Mrs. Want—i. Mr. and Mrs. W. Richardson. Miss T. Shaw and

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

3 Jul 1928

picture by Mr. H. Haddock, Harehills, Leeds. THE THROW IN.—A merry bather about to throw in the ball during a game of waters SMILE, PLEASE A happy snap entered in the Leeds Mercury photograph com. petition by Mr. B. Schofield, of Morley, Leeds, LATEST NEWS

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1935

(Beverley), Mrs John Babington, F. Duggleby (South Dalton), Mr Mike Dalton (Beswick), Mr John Bladon, Mr Jos. Stephenson, Mr Lionel Dv Pre, Mr W. A. Massey, Mr T. Hudson, Mr S. Webster, Mr P. Barugh, Mr and Mrs Cecil Holtby (Melton), View article

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

27 Jan 1934

Booth. Mrs Malltnaon, Mr. and Mia H Malllaon. Mr and w. Mold. Mr. and Mrs Toaneod. Mr. and Mrs w Watmoush. Mr and Sdrt Daviaon. Mr. N. Arnold. Mr. and Mm. J art Doane. Mr. and Doani, Mr. and View article

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Aug 1925

THE LEEDS MERCURY. S/~TrrT>Ay. AUGUST 8. 1925. ate George Medley Morrell and M Morrell, Hal!, as memo* l o their two nephews, sons Mr. ditclioll. The new wing to be opened day by the Countess Harowood consists of a rest and recreation room, erected and

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1936

Winn. Alderman E. J Clarke. Mr John Rafferty. Mr. Sydney Webster. Mr P. Cowling, Mr. A. Jones, Mr. J. Mr. R. Bretherlck, Mr.' H. M. McKay. Mr. B. Bui lux. Mr. John Amott, Mr. B. N Boworth. Mra. Wardle. Mrs. Beatrice View article

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Dec 1927

10 7 MORNY—Mr. Beer .H. Leader 10 7 CAPSICUM—Mr. H. Collins . E. Piggott 10 7 TRANSGRESSOR—Mrs L. Drage ..Butctiarj 10 7 LADY K.—Mr. F. Hill Hammond 10 7 MARTONIA-rMr. E. G. de Mestre Owner 10 7 SEA WARRIOR—Mr. T. Owner 10 7 SOCCER—Mr. W. H. 5a»U1

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1925

SEMI-FINALS TO-DAY. Yorkshire Ladies’ Play in Championship, result of the second play in tho Yorkshire ladies’ championship at Bradford, yesterday. Miss Griffiths, Bradford, will meet Mrs. Mudford, Hallamshire, and Mrs. C. Kitson, Ilkley, opposes Miss

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