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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

21 Aug 1931

Wycombe Park on Wednesday for Salzburg. Lord Burnham has left Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, for a month in Germany. Major• General Sir Alfred Knox, M.P. for South Bucks, has left for a holiday in Scotland. The late Mr. John S. Parkin, of Amersham, barrister, left

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

27 Oct 1933

of London Burnham was governor)— nest of £30,000 which Is to be upon similar trusts to ittled property at Hall Barn— his interest In the Hall Barn sny—which settled on on. P. Lswson tor life and hildren. The contents of the i at Hall Barn are;also settled

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

27 Aug 1943

OBITUARY Miss Pemberton Barnes Miss Emily Ann Pemberton- Barnes, of The Hall, Havering-atte- Bower, died at Felixstowe on Monday aged 89. The last surviving member of Havering's oldest and most distinguished family, she had been staying at Felixstowe

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

13 Oct 1926

public j. C. BARNES Deceased. ALL Persons having any claim against the Estate ot JOHN CHARLES BARNES late ot 52, Renais Street, Derby, who died 'on the 26th August 1926 are requested to send particulars forthwith to the undersigned Solicitors for the

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Clitheroe Advertiser and Times

Clitheroe Advertiser and Times Lancashire, England

24 Feb 1939

2 Warren, Lower Darwen 3 J. Barnes, Xostock Hall, Preston Sub-Section (b) A.O.V. Light Breeds. I—BX. O. Warren. Lower Darwen 73 3—BX. F. G ration, BoUingtco, Cheshire S 3 3—BX. J. Ashworth. Hoddlesden 43 Section g ■ Bhede IMand Beda. I—o. C. Gray, Thurlston

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

5 Jun 1924

gtiblic iloiicts. [iOti'T FORGET TO COKE to the MASS MEETING. Central Hall, Friday* dune oi.^, and hear The Parliamentary Secretary Board of Trade, V. ALEXANDER. M.J > (Co-operative, HHlsborough), a^so Mr. ALFRED BARNES, ' Co-operative, East Ham). (Private

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

21 Jul 1933

of timo and money ho gave to tho Newspaper Press Fund . His country seat , Hall Barn , near Beaconsfield , was noted tor its hospitality and for . its shooting . Lord Burnham , who was created a viscount in 1919 , married in 1884 Olive , daughter of Sir

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

2 Feb 1929

LORD BURNHAM . TO DEVELOP ESTATR . ' .. ¦ ¦ * ¦ The Hall Barn Estato . Co . ( Ltd . ) , announce Jordan & Sons ( Ltd . ) , has been , registered to acquire auy land forming a portion of ; tho Hall Barn . Estate , Bcacdnsfield , ' aud to . dovelop the

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

25 Jul 1933

father and mother are also buried . The family mourners included Lady Burnham Mrs John Coke : ( daughter ) , Major John Coko ( son-in-law ) , Master Gerald Coke arid Rose Mary Coke ( grandchildren ); Colonel the Hou . W . A . W . Lawson ( Lord Bumham's

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Jul 1933

been adorned with lilies Mrs. John .Coke, Lord Burnham's ;only daughter. The chief mourner? were;— , Viscountess Burnham (widow). Major the lion and Mrs John Coke (son-ln-lnw and daughter), Mr. Gerald Coke and Miss Mary Coke (grandchildren). Colonel the

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

29 Dec 1939

DEATH OF LADY BURNHAM Funeral At Beaconsfield The passing of Viscountess Burnham at Hove, on December 20, has removed a life of activity and helpfulness which had its influence far beyond the confines of Beaconsfield, where, with Viscount Burnham, she resided

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Oct 1933

house at Hall Barn are also settled on heirlooms on similar trusts. ! After exercising certain powers of appointment under various family wills (including the will of the first Lord Burnham) favour of his only daughter, the Hon. Mrs. John Coke, Viscount

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

21 Oct 1929

JEWEL ROBBERY AT LORD BURNHAM'S HOUSE. DARING THEFT. RAPID RAID BY LADDER CLIMBERS. POLICE AND FOOTPRINTS. Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, Viscount Burnham's picturesque country house of the Queen Anne period, was the scene of a daring theft last night, when

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Norwood News

Norwood News London, England

9 Dec 1921

FISHING VOYAGE TO ICELAND. SEQUEL TO A GAME. LECTURE AT STANLEY MUM CHARGE 7W DIVER NORWOOD. HALL. John Remy Alexander, 38, coach' Indy builder, 88 Woodland•road. I'pper Norwood, ante - etearged at the Road Western Court on Monday with causing bodily

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1933

public services, becomes extinct with his death. The Barony of Burnham passes to his brother, Colonel the Hon. W. A. W. Lawson, who thus becomes the third Baron Burnham. Viscount Burnham, who married in 1884 Olive, second daughter of the late General

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Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette

Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette London, England

26 Mar 1937

were , .o . 3n:t . iiida .. y the following list was Burnham Ward--Mr. Robert Taylor. „, Hunt . be . Central Ward. —Mr. John Ernest Taylor. coal merchant. of 50. Stoke- road. Slough: and Mr. John Tellwright. insurance representative, of Stoke Poges-lane

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

18 Aug 1936

BURNHAM BREWERY TRAVELLER'S HEAVY PENALTIES Happenings on Edithmead Road Burnham-on-Sea magistrates were occupied for many hours yesterday hearing series charges against Percy B. Pettitt, brewer's traveller, of Burnham-on-Sea. He was charged with driving

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

11 Jul 1941

the Burnham Nursing Association, held Wednesday at the Old School, realised £4. Prizes were won by Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Newman, Mrs. M. Eeale, Mrs. Clarke, Miss Pegnum, Miss Lovell, Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Garnham. Gunner Marston Mrs. Barnes, Mrs

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Shepton Mallet Journal

Shepton Mallet Journal Somerset, England

13 Mar 1925

BURNHAM-ON-SEA. High Prices for Beach Stales Help the Rates. —For the first time in the history of Burnham, the foreshore sites on the sands there were submitted by the Urban Council to public auction. Hitherto the site* have been let by fender, invited

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

17 May 1922

was won iss Barnes, of Burnham ; Mr. Braun, of West Hunspill, was second : Mrs. .1. Sjjarks, Higbbridgc, third ; Miss Mabel Russell, fourth ; G. Horsey, Burnham, fifth ; and Mrs. Durston, Huntspill, sixth. Dairy Farmer’s Fortune. —Mr. John Airey Hunter

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