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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

17 Apr 1945

Clerkenwell to-day remanded charged with being concerned together at King's Cross-road on Saturday with the murder of John Henry McNeilly, 26, a native of Belfast, who was found stabbed on the ,, st f p Clerkenwell Magistrates Court.

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

17 Apr 1945

Clerkenwell to-day remanded, charged with being concerned together at King's Cross-road on Saturday with the murder of John Henry McNeilly (26), a native of Belfast, who was found stabbed on the steps of Clerkenwell Magistrate?' Court.

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Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser

Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser Somerset, England

16 Nov 1940

one month’s hard labour were passed at Bridgwater Police-court on Monday on two soldiers, Stephen James Whitby and John Henry McNeilly, for stealing a car valued at £BO, the property the War Department. Captain Neil McOermot said he missed the car from

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

17 Apr 1945

Clerkenwell to-day remanded charged with being concerned together at Kings Cross Road on Saturday with the murder of John Henry McNeilly (26), a native of Belfast, who was found stabbea on the steps of Clerkenwell m aglstrates’ court.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

30 May 1916

CASTLEFORD BOY'S BRAVE RESCUE William Henry McNeilly, Gastleford bov who has only recently left school, and now employed Messrs. Broffitt and Co., of town. ha» won deferred commendation for act of heroism. On Empire Day he had icavo his work, was feeling

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

10 Aug 1934

“I had not seen my mother for 12 months and when 1 got off the bus 1 was told she had had an accident,” he said. Dr. Henry McNeilly, assistant medical officer at St. Edmund’s Hospital, said Mrs, Collins was admitted with a cut and extensive bruises to

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

17 Apr 1945

, London, to-day remanded until May 8 charged with being concerned together in the murder of John Henry McNeilly, aged 26, a native of Belfast. McNeilly was found stabbed on the steps of Clerkenwell Magistrates’ Court. FREED SLAVE ARMIES 300 BUS SLOW

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

17 Apr 1945

Clerkenwell to-day remanded, charged with being concerned together at King’s Cross Road on Saturday with the murder John Henry McNeilly (26), a native Belfast, who was found stabbed on the steps of Clerkenwel! Magistrates’ Court. Bus Overturns —One Killed

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Ballymena Weekly Telegraph

Ballymena Weekly Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

20 Mar 1926

Bankhead, Allan Kidd. J.P.; Robert Craig, Hugh Simpson, Edward M'Grath, Andrew Bcggs, John Henry, Thomas Reid, William Ervine, J.I •; W. J. Gillespie, Thomas Cumming, Henry Kelly, John Johnston, A. C. Reilly, \'m. Linton, and Samuel Shaw. THANKS. Mr. John Andrews

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The Berwick Advertiser

The Berwick Advertiser Northumberland, England

28 Aug 1947

ALFRED HENRY SOUTHRON. Deceased ALL Persons having Claims against the estate of the above-named deceased, late of 55, Raven sdowne, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Solicitor, who died on the 15th August. 1947, are requested to send particulars thereof, in writing

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

6 Feb 1941

NEW NOVELS Conflicting Loyalties in Youth WALK LIKE A MORTAL . By Dan Wicke MOBBYHARX FARM . By John McNeilli SHADOW OF WINGS . By Stella Mortoi THE BIRDSEED POOL . By Bechhofer Walk Iifce a Mortal is a long , leisurely : moving tale , in which Mr Wickenden

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

22 Dec 1938

Thompson, M. Spratt. P. Nicholson. B. Hammond, T Jenkins, E. Henry, C. Bamford, M. Jackson. P Major, P. Magill, A. McMillan, C. Corkey, E. Legge, G. McLoughlin. DOMESTIC ECONOMY—I. Macquigg, E Henry. P. Major, M. Corkey, P. Magill, M. Stewart, G. McLoughlin

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

6 Nov 1946

James McNeilly, and tender sincere sympathy. ROLAND NUGENT. WILLIAM FERGUSON, Ho». Sec. ARDS UNIONIST ASSOCIATION Branch). McNEILLY—The Members of above Branch deeply reeret the death of their highly esteemed Honorary Secretary, James McNeilly, and tender

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

22 Dec 1937

McClean. GEOGRAPHY—S. Simons. E. Henry, I. Macquigg, P. Major. M. Corkey, A. McMillan. W. Bryson. C. Corkey, B. Donnelly, B. French, E. Legge. SCIENCE! —S. Simons, E. Henxy, 1. Macquigg. MATHEMATICS—S. Simons, E. Henry, C. Bamford. P. Major, M. Corkey

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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

18 Aug 1944

and William. McNElLLY—August 1944. John McNeilly. . _ . _ , Deeply regretted his Daughter, Eon-in-law, and Grandohildren, MITCHELL Mid MATILDA McIXTTRE. Clonkeen, Randalstown. McNEILLY— August IS, 1944, John McNeilly. , . , . „ Deeply regretted his son.

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

18 Jun 1936

regretted by his sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren. McNeilly— June 17, 1936. at his residence, Stanley Avenue, Bangor. John McNeilly, dearly-beloved husband of Sarah McNeilly. Funeral from above address on Saturday, at 1 p , to Bangor New

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1916

that the deceased hi d handed over the deposit receipts to Rev. Mr. McNeilly to be used for the Foreign Mission of the Reformed Presbyterian Church. In his defence, Rev. M. McNeilly denied that he had prolonged interviews with tile deceased, or that he

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

27 Mar 1942

•' Peace, perfect peace. McNEILLY —March 25, 1942, at his brother- Inlaws residence, Cromkill, Ballymena, Jerry McNeilly, late of R. Allan & Son, Ballymena, Funeral to-day (Friday), at 2 p m., to Connor New Cemetery. McNEILLY—March 25. 1942, at the resl

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

30 Jun 1942

MARRIAGES McNEILLY—WATT—June 16. 1942. First Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, Rev. J. Dunwoody, 8.A., assisted by Rev. J. T. Carson. E.A.— Rev Henry Millar, second son of Mr. Robert McNeilly and the late Mrs. McNeilly, Ballymena, to Frances Olive, only

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

14 Feb 1939

Scratchley), 0 TRANSIT ). 2 0 3 HENRI'S CHOICE (P. Murrayi 14 2 L'ESTAQUE (Mr. H. Llewellyn ', 4 0 0 HILL SONG (Mr. H. P. Bell). 0 2 0 PAT'S COTTAGE IW. Parvini. 2 0 PORTPATRICK (T. Isaac). 1 2 1 ROUNDHEAD (T. McNeilli 0 2 ARTFUL LAD (T. Elder). 0 0 2

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