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  • County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 May 1909

was manifested at the method in which it was handled by the candidate. In all his political work it may be said that Mr Black has been ably seconded by his good lady. To Mrs Black is due in large measure the formation of six Women's Unionist Associations

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Mar 1934

the first twenty-eight year 3 of his proprietorship Lord Aberdeen spent on his estates a sum of £200,000. In numerous other directions he showed his interest the welfare of the people of his district. Largely through his instrumentality Methlick Institute

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Banffshire Reporter

Banffshire Reporter Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Nov 1884

the time of his marriage is June, bad always considered that his name was sad he was man led in that name. He took his mother's name of Cater, and he had since been known. His with respondent turned out a most see. His wife drank and made his life limhaPi

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

4 Apr 1997

Mitchell, Mrs Beaton 17; O. M. Johnston. Mis Reid 7. F. Walls. Mrs Raid 10. Section 26: A Christie, Mrs Christie 11. M. E. Bridgewater, Mrs Milton 12; J. Davidson, Mrs Eaden 17. J. Thomson, Mrs Elder 13; G. Florence, Mrs Cowe 6. W. G. Stewort. Mrs Stewart

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Nov 1929

greatest interest and pleasure. Mr Kellas bsd revealed to him an aspect of Lady Nairae’s poetry of which be knew nothing at all—the Polk songs. The audience expressed their thanks to Mr Kallas by ruing and singing Lady Nairne's most popular song, “ Will

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1955

of a fund Dancers. Mrs Calnona West- renovate the church organ, land, singer; Mr Hector T fund stands at something M'Andrew, violinist and Miss like £3OO. but the bill will cost Nan Main, pianist about £lOOO n . . The organ. says Mr Scott, Brigadier to

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Aberdeen Weekly News

Aberdeen Weekly News Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Aug 1884

Bice one who was inspired, and be was moved as he had never before been morel in all his hie ; and, leaning back in the met be ooenpied, ha covered his eyes with his hand. The gloaming bad faded, and night bad comemight tbet was made beautiful by the

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Jan 1938

Ogilvie-Grant of Grant, son of Lord and Lady Strathspey of Hylton House, Rottingdean, Sussex. His fiancee is Miss Alice Bowe, only child of the late Mr Francis Bowe, of Timaru, New Zealand, and Mrs Bowe, of Eastbourne. Lady Strathspey also came from New Zealand

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

30 Dec 1935

executors in the will of Arnold Bennett, the novelist, was a cousin of the late Mr Garden A. Duff of Hatton and a second cousin of the present laird, Col. G. B. Duff. With his sister, Mr Tayler has done a tremendous amount of work connection with North-Eastern

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Aberdeen Weekly Journal

Aberdeen Weekly Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Aug 1944

Hutchison. Col. H. J. and Miss Kinghorn, Mr and Mrs F. Martin, Baillie and Mrs J. A. Mackie. Mr and Mrs T. M. Rankin, Mr and Mrs W. Veitch, Col. R. W. Walker and Miss Crombie. Mr and Mrs A. Burnett White, and Mr M. H. Williamson. Lord Kemsley. replying,

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

23 Nov 1898

the 10th February. 1818, and is thus in his 81st year. His predecessors occupied Bonnytown, which the estate of Frcefield, for upwards 400 year,-- splendid record. the death of Stephen irrandfather—George Stephen—Mr Leith of Freefiekl gave the lease a son

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Oct 1935

L. Burnett, E.N., the second son of Mr >T. G. Burnett. M.P., and Mrs Burnett Powis, and Miss Edith Mary Lydall, the eldest daughter Mr C. H. Lydall and Mrs Lydall Brightling Mount, Sussex, and niece of Mr an.i Mrs Haughton of Williamston, Aberdeenshire

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Apr 1903

alluded to the fact that Mr well filled his place. I appreciate not only the heartiness of his words, but the vein humouT which he characteristically imparted into what _h« wais saying. 'For part. I thank mm for alluding spectally Lady Aberdeen. I will make

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Mar 1898

Huxley, Mr. Stanley, John Burns, and the late Alphonse Daudet. Mr. Gibbons, grocer, was swarded £2O damages, before Mr, Justice Hawkira, against rilling and CO. (Limited), the omnibus owners, for personal injuries sustained on Jubilee Day by his wife, who

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Mar 1947

Succeeded Brother Under his cousin's will, by which he inherited them, he changed his name from the original familv name of Sinclair, and as Norman Macleod Buchan became eighth Earl of Caithness in succession to brother 1914 His family is on e of the most

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Aberdeen Weekly Journal

Aberdeen Weekly Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 May 1916

expostulation or entreaty or anything else, the old lady tuimed and walked slowly the stains, Bellamy stood there waiting, with his hat his hand, and the other hand stroking his bald head; presently Lady Woodmason came down tho stairs again. I can’t find

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1958

were: Station A—M/S—Mrs.. Laird, lira P. W. Stewart. Aberdeen + 4130; Mr 3. C. Dryedale, Mrs J. Waterhouse,- Aberdeen 'Station H/» Mr John Reid. Alea. Reid, Peterhead + 1140; c/w— Mr P. L. Maekle. Mr P. A. Stewart. Aberdeen + 2380 C—N/S-Mr D. A. Duvldton.

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1978

(fav); Fury Boy 3-1; 3 Mona's Express 81, 4 Scots Laird 20-1. IB Ran 11., 3L Up. 35p, 37p. S4p Trained M Tale. Tote double F 10833. Persian Bold has pace to wm By FAT ARCHER WITH GROUND conditions in his favour for the first time this season. Persian Bold

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Jun 1937

work as treasurer. The committee for the ensuing year are: —Mrs Anderson, Mrs Cheyne, Mrs Duthie. Mrs Findlay, Mrs Forsyth. Mrs Gammack, Mrs Gordon, Mrs Innes, Mrs Kinghorn. Mrs M'Rae, Mrs Park. Mrs Scott, and Misses

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1987

success, his third world “m*jor”. is also a blow to those who believe that you have to hit the ball a mile to survive at the top In golf. Nelson is one of the shortest hitters on the American tour but he is also one of the straightest and his victories

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