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10 matches for John Bubeer in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • For Years: 1920 - 1921

Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

21 Jan 1921

BRIXHAM CENTENARIAN SURVIVOR OF CHINA WAR OF 1842. Mr. John Bubeer, of Churob-street, Brixham, who attained his 101 st birthday on December 17 last, has receved congratulatory letter from the King. Mr. Bubeer is a retired naval pensioner. For majiy years he

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

21 Jan 1921

Cork, is to te deported from America. Such the older of President Wilson. Probably the only survivor of China War, 1815 is John Bubeer, who lias celebrated his 101 st birthday, and received the King’s congratulations. Ho nerved H.M.S. Endymion in tho China

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Daily Herald

Daily Herald London, England

21 Jan 1921

HIS 101 st BIRTHDAY the onlv aurvixir the China War of 1842. John Bubeer lQlat Brix-

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

4 Mar 1921

to whilst twc-year-olde came to £40. Mr. John offered 50 prime bu locks by auction: steers fetched £28 10s. lease heifer made £57 15s. John Wakeham also had good and 60ld steers to ss, graziers to £48 10 Mr. John M»ye had 160 bullock* in his a.uctio price

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

11 Mar 1921

Chief Magistrate and Councillors Brixham, the< naval authorities refused a naval funeral (on tbe pea of economy) for Mr. John Bubeer, a. naval veteran, who died Brixham the remarkable 101. He saw service the first China Wat* and the Baltic.

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

9 Dec 1921

Honioknowle. Oresion—Sargent; R. Williams, L. Beer; Skiiton, Brookw, Williams: Johns, Palmer, IXn.gey, Lowther, Eilis, Stoke Dainerel— UtaaDonauci; Parsons, browse, arr, Phillips; Johns, Finch, Cieritie, Jarvis, Luxioii. EXC'ELoiOK v. EMBANKMENT RES.—A* Piyii

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

23 Sep 1921

BROTHERHOOD JUNIORS v. SALT ASH STARS.—At Poimphlett. Or-»ston— Sargent; R. Williams, H. Avery; Beer, Thorne, WUliamß, Palmer, Johns, Harper, Lowther, Ellia. RUGBY. SERVICES v. PLYMOUTH ALBION. unfortunate that to-morrow's great duel at Beacon Park betw'en

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

16 Dec 1921

Hobden. GRKEN WAVES JUNIORS t. ST«>KE DAMJESREL. At Saltram Park, Ores-ton. Green Waves Juniors Lock; Townmiid, TregiJohns, Philp; Wewlake, Walker, Davies, Underwoo-i, Dcvsnpor.-. R.N. HOSPITAL PROBATION FR.S v. SALTAN STARS. — Hoepital— (From) J

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

23 Apr 1921

be:-- Exatti Boys: (St. James): Steer (Episcopal) anl (St. James): Lear (St. Davids). Bedford (Newtown) and Shepherd (St. Johns); Hole (Heavitree' Clark and Cowley (Ladysmith-road), Selley (Newtown) and Smart (St. Davids). „ „ Plymouth Boys Leitch; Adam«

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

19 Dec 1921

Cox; and Woodrow; Liddle, vShobbrook, Wills, Marriott, Wheeler, Pike, Northcott, and Parr. Paignton—Spry; Fat-rant, Sewart, Bubeer, Stevens and Parr ; Campbell, Ball, Burnell, Underhay, Perrett, Popplestone, Pottinger, and Dearnley. Referee: Air. R. Ford

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