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  • County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
  • Type: Illustrated

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 May 1939

Winner was '•THE LAIRDS selection AMPISFORD STAKES (five furlongs) of 3.03 soya each, with 200 soya added. RUERTON (Sir D Broughton) . Beary 1 AVERIL (Mrs W. Beatty) DARK RENOWN (Mrs Olorney) W. Nevelt 3 Runners.—Norge. Gordon Richards: Puma. .1.

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 Feb 1998

National on his agenda and can receive a confidence-booster with SOWS* 11 12 5 - ff4l- 11111111111111,117 (2211 4 4XIP2 Mal MOW tll/ NOIR Mon 10 19 0 —I. Wl 9l 5 —o2xol MIR SIIVI MI tcroo tan iito o. -1C Almon KRIM 94 Tin 119.119, 114 Mrs Oil 14 NNW

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 May 1998

Caren 510 His Ewa Gem (35 11 --12403 MUNN NAT Logo 4102 .. . K Goble NI 7 12 40026 'DUMAN 5 - 9 L Pam 14 13 5654-0 ITN 49 13 G Wools to 14 3-2000 M Mei 5 9 12.J6c0 L Wools 15 NNW 3 910 E Jona 3 16 61/3013 MUT P 7110 E 210 17 —OOlO - 16 —OOOO LADY 5 Mir 3

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Jan 1963

was b«r<»mlng mairiiy through farming Fin# had built were building Lairds had pul up grareful bouses the rlassPai n'laird* houses were surrounded pUntailoi.s The small were growing trade of the reunifyside. Oeneraliy life was beaming m«»re There

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1996

GoAngs 411 APMcCoy 603221 STAHWYN (H)(D)K Burke 6111 ROuneroody EASTERN CHARLY(BEU(«6I Mrs SSnkdl 61013 4 FREE TYSON (30)0 Brennan 510 13 M Brennan - SON (459) Mrs P 61013 Mr A PHips 6 06- NEEDWOOO CUBE (30) Wall 51013 R Massey (31 LAGO LAGO (IRE) (ITJWMcKawm

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Feb 1964

PITFOLK LAIRDS n-i-.oaPd her»e.: s - her pool w.rn orn the house c»-ne <4per;ng psi. snd rd ilaelf »ro hf'. up r-*t the o.«n*rle *• <»f ;r\p.: own ■.ro.u and tun a;e<3 the ( hairs *nd vaD ee everyatiere thrc.-igii r»<* .••e, the f-ocserjr d.inveo p»:«

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Apr 1986

sufferer Mrs But now Mrs Johnston fears that *“ * Margaret Johnston receives the as her illness gets worse, she will , , piy' Davidson Trophy, the top prize for become progressively housebound. |g h^^K^aT^^ritish Mrs Johmton, runner-up pest Mrs Johnston

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

10 Nov 1988

winners coming from the tip-top EE racing service. The Laird, who said farewell to the Flat by tipping Park (20-1) on Saturday, warmed up for the winter Jump campaign giving Biek Benedict (t-1) at his second best bet on Tuesday. And he was back among the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Oct 1965

Capt. Dunbar has Pitgaveny laird 90 tomorrow MORAY l»ird »n 4 noi«d p»r. A'-* •ontllt* Cu>l J■m « ( Bnndtr of will ee:«t>r>t« Mth btrtbdor tomorrow. A doputv lord llrjtontnt of th* county, w.ll hi*« lunch »l Znnoa Home home of th* Lord Uautmint C*pt Z*ln

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

3 Oct 1903

you snow me how to Ay. ay. laird. Saunders quietly; ** I’ll do my beat for ye. laird. But. deed, air. it’s easier into this than gettin’ oot o t. I have heart mony a ace say forbye you, laird! Toe laird took the management his estate into bis own hand

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

28 Nov 1900

Scotland investors belongs to Mr Matthew Laird, a native of Port-(dasgow, who left Irvine for Australia early the nineties. The mine was originally known as the Eastern Monkland, and, like many another successful venture, Mr Laird experienced considerable

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 May 1935

absorbing the attention of several competent ladies who are co-operating with the Lady Provost in the arrangments for the ball. Lady Adam Smith, Lady Jaffrey, Lady Orr, Lady Marnoch, Mrs Paton of Grandhome, and Mrs Edward Watt arc all putting their shoulders

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Nov 1986

ness. Handsome land title the precise site with Mr Tal- Parkland Club and a securi- there are disturbing aspects area chairman Mrs Margaret Qordlner, Ban- ‘lairds” by buying postage bestowing title of laird on bot-Ashley last week saying ty pass and privileged

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 Mar 1935

and Mrs J. Laird, ' a thrilling finish, beat the Dundee couple, Messrs J. The Steele M'Ritchie, by one match point. Mrs ac n s were:— Mr j ' Ste *art and Mrs J. Laird 14 Match Points an and ste€,e M'Fi'-C hie 13 ~ „ Mr j ft Nei|son Stewart and Mr J.

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Jul 1903

intensifying itself his now face, while lifted hknself from his chair with his hands to his head —never moving his gaa© from the person of his uneanacious hostess! The diners either side of Boscobel showing now marks surprised Julian turned Lady Lucy—“ I fear

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Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1905

laughed at the pretty way in which ahe had assented to his proposal, then catching her his he r.topped into ‘.he water. Imrn was only a few feet wide, hut Will took long time crow. picked his way carefolly, stopping from «tonc rtone with great d

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 May 1982

little interest in sport, shooting or fishing. His main hobby was his land. Sometimes he invited his tenants to dine with him and always made them feel at ease, despite his bluff manner and blunt speech. However, he had very definite ideas of the way he

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Jun 1901

entrance to the mansion house the laird's carriage was stopped, the horse* unyoked, and, the enthusiastic cheers ot his tenantry, ropes were attached to the carriage, and Sir Arthur and his lady drawn up the beautiful avenue, the procession being headed

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1945

Chalmers to augment his Sustentation Fund. That breadth of mind stamps her Jacobitism as no more than a vagary. Apart from Joanna Baillie, Lady Nairne was the only Scottish woman poet of her time to write more than one good song. Lady Nairne wrote many

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 May 1934

ever on the move. Although he was born in the Azores, where his intellectual father, a ADAM LINDSAY GOI'DON'S D'ESCf.'NT. . Note his extraordinary admixture of Gordon blood, and the number of his kinsmen in the Services.

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