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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

12 Apr 1940

that every person to whom they give is liable to a month's imprisonment. Mr. Allan Morrison died at his residence, Hall Barn, Beaconsfield. He was a Justice of the Peace for the town. The result of the general election in Bucks was Harvey (C.) 2,956. Carrington

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

9 Feb 1940

a tragedy—the suicide of a Great Missenden youthat the Beaconsfield Police Court on Tuesday afternoon. The victim was Desmond George Brown, 17, employed as a footman, at Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, the residence of Brigadier the Hon. E. F. Lawson. On the

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

15 Nov 1946

LORD BURNHAM'S DAUGHTLK MARRIED At St. Mary's Church. Beaconsfield. on Saturday, the I Hon. Lucia Lawson. only daughter of Major-General ILord Burnham and Lady Burnham. of Hall Barn. Beaconsfield. was married to the Hon. Robert David. Marquis only son

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

6 Aug 1948

continue to be done in our courts of summary jurisdiction. (SOCIAL AND PERSONAL I Maor-General the Lord Burnham of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, has been elected a member of the Council of I the Boy Scouts' Associat.on. Mr. Stanley William Birch. former Housing

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

6 Mar 1942

Guards. elder son of Major-General the Hon. E. F. Lawson. C. 8., D. 5.0.. M.C.. T.D.. and the Hon. Mrs. Lawson. of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, and Anne, second daughter of Major G. G. and Lady Jeane Petherick, of The Mill House, St. Cross. Winchester. Taylor

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

27 Nov 1946

estate people before the service, and after the ceremony Lord and Lady Burnham held a reception at their lovely home, Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, which is full of some of the loveliest furniture and works of art. Lord and Lady Burnham, who are always a charming

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

28 Aug 1942

advantage. 3s. Cd, foe Twenty Words. BRITISH RED CROSS DEMONSTRATION On Sunday, August 16th, there was a demonstration at Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, of the work men’s detachments of the Red Cross in Buckinghamshire, It was given before the President for Bucks, the

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

12 Mar 1942

Guards. elder son of Major-General the Hon. E F. Lawson. C. 8.. D. 5.0.. M.C.. T.D., and the Hon. Mrs. Lawson. of Hall Barn. Beaconsfield. Bucks, and Anne, second daughter of Major G. G. and Lady Jeane Petherick. of The Mill House. St Cross, Winchester

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

27 Nov 1942

block of flats called Wick I Hall. The following have been nominated for the position of Sheriff of Buckinghamshire: Major H. T.' Morton, The Abbey, Aston Abbotts. near Aylesbury; Major-General E. F. Lawson. Hall Barn. Beaconsfield; Lieut.-Colonel W. F. Challinor

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

2 Jul 1943

Medmcnham; Mr. lohn Goodwin, 12. Wilton Avenue, Blctchley; Dame Ruth Milner Kendal. Rpughwood Barns, Chalfont St. Giles; Baroness Burnham, Hall Barn, Beaconsfield; Major Francis W’illiam Ewart Morgan, ii.c-Green: Green Lane. Burnham; Mr. Thomas Harold Smith

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

29 May 1940

COUNTRY HOUSES IN WARTIME No. 1 HALL BARN, BEACONSFIELD A BUSY CENTRE OF HOSPITAL SUPPLIES Hall Babn South Front, Showing the Artificial Lake Designed by Le Notre and the Yew Hedges. Amongst the Highest in England mm m i imrwm Working-Party in Front of

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

29 May 1940

helpers, including her daughter, and even some of the small fry who nobly do their best towards the general effort. Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, is one of the loveliest places in all Buckinghamshire, and was originally built for Edmund Waller, the poet, on the

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

3 Jul 1940

had already been given by the numerous working parties in Bucks under the charge of the Hon. Mrs. Fred Lawson, of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield. So far Lady Chesham has man aged to raise over £1200, and her organisation has produced 4000 knitted garments since

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

24 Dec 1943

necessary to describe the coming of age celebrations of Mr. Harry Webster Lawson, eldest son of Mr. Edward L. Lawson, of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield. Celebrations continued for three days in this historical town !SERVES ON 'THE FAMOUS FENCER PETTY O ffi cer A

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

9 Oct 1940

Daily Telegraph Lucia Lawson, her daughter, also takes an active part in the Sunspot shows. Rehearsals are held *at Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, Mrs. Lawson s lovely home, or else at Miss Dunn's cottage in the park. Although President of the Red Cross and organiser

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

9 Nov 1946

Saints, Beaconsfield, the Hon. Roger David Marquis. son and heir of Lord Woolton, former Food Minister, and chairman of the Conservative Harty. was married to-day to the Hon. Lucia Lawson, only daughter of Lord Burnham, of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, Director

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

13 Jul 1946

RALLY, July 13, 104(1 EPISODE FROM ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON AS PRESENTED THE SLOUCH AND ETON DIVISION GIRL GUIDES AT HALL BARN, BEACONSFIELD, JULY 6 ; mi ig ill THE VANGUARD OF THE PALESTINE PROTEST MARCH IN LONDON, WITH (THIRD FROM zX* a**- * ” * <..Up /

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

26 Dec 1947

during the holidays only two football matches Mrs. Ann Stone died at Chalfont St. Giles aged 77. At the half-yearly Hall Barn. Beaconsfield. rent dinner. Mr. E. Lawson announced to the •enants a 15 per cent reduction in consequence of the depression in

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The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

23 Mar 1949

one occasion finding himself obliged to pass The Field Moving Off after the meet of the Eton College Beagles at Hall Barn Beaconsfield (see frontispiece). Leading them is the first Whip Mr. J. R. Mowbray son of Sir George Mowbray Bt. The pack consists

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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

19 Mar 1949

6 2 8 9 The above terms are inclusive of postage A MEET OF THE ETON COLLEGE BEAGLES-- PREPARING TO MOVE OFF FROM HALL BARN, BEACONSFIELD They t let at the home of Lord and Lady Burnham. Lord Burnham is seen standing on the extreme right of the picti re

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