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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Feb 1903

where cake and wine were served, Mr and Mrs Fothringham cordially receiving the guests the entrance. The Rev. Patrick Stevenson extended hearty w lcome the laird and his lady, and Mr Fothringham replied. The laird and his lady thereafter returned to the m

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

13 Dec 1902

FIFE LAIRD AND HIS LADY. A MARRIAGE THAT ENDED IN DIVORCE. CASE IN COURT OVER WEDDING CONTRACT. Lord Low gave judgment in the Court of Session yesterday the action by James Taylor Cathcart, yr. of Pitcairlie, Fife, against his divorced wife, Mary Univin

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

7 Feb 1912

Nairn, Rattray; Mr M'Kinnon, , Mrs Den chars, and Mrs Allan Brown, and Mr? Raitt, Mr Donaldson, Mr and Mrs G. Wyllie, and Mrs W. Hendry, Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs R. T. Giidwood; Mr and View article

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

12 Sep 1927

DEATH OF FIFE LAIRD Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie The death took place on Saturday night, his London residence, 2 Grosvenor Mr Edward Balfour of Balbirnie, Markinch. Deceased, who was about 83 years of age, had bee i in failing health for some time,

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

29 Mar 1869

Rumoured Apprehension of Mr John Laird.— It was currently rumoured in Dundee yesterday j that Mr John Laird, whose failure and precipitate departure from the town we mentioned last week, had been apprehended by officers sent in pursnit of him ; but on

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

29 Jul 1935

DEATH OF LADY ROBERTS Wife of Former Strathallan Castle Laird Intimation of the death of Lady Roberts, wife of Sir James Roberts, Bart., LL.I)., has been received at the.r tormcr i'erthshire &eat, Stratballan Castle, Auchtcrarder. Lady Roberts, who had

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Forfar Herald

Forfar Herald Angus, Scotland

26 Dec 1884

(late of Mr X. iV.i den's) ; Mr. Trayner's Teacloth, Mr Moak. Forfar ; 'Jr. Gran. Bedquilt, Mr sleek; 'ire Warden'- Cushion, Mrs Soutar. last tligh rein ; Le. No 3 IVoluntee ) Stall— Mrs Dyne's Table, Mr Meek Forfar; Mr Winder, Mr Meek ; Mr ay a R vetiver

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

9 Mar 1920

or vindictive. The late Mr Wemyss might very well have thought that if Lady Eva continued to reside in Fife, the presence of another lady bearing his name, as having been his wife, and residence at Castle would derogate from Lady Eva's position, and be

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

26 Oct 1892

were—Mr, Mia, and Miss Bun ten ; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Irvine, Tnmmel Bridge; Mr Istmood, Dahnore; Mr Geo. Menzies, Bohvepie; Mr A. Menzies, Bobespie; Mr James Monro, Artandn; Mr and Mrs M'Qtteen, Dunalistair; Mr D. Campbell, teacher, Dnnalistair; Mr Peel

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Feb 1930

CARSE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE VISIT TO SEGGIEDEN. Mr James Drummond Hay and his charming bride, Lady Drummond Hay, formerly Lady Margaret Douglas Hamilton, arrived at Seggieden, the home of the Drumrrfbnd Hays in the Carse of Gowrie, yesterday morning. The

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Dundee Advertiser

Dundee Advertiser Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1892

Nearly 200 ladies and gentlemen were invited, and among those present were—Mr, Mrs, and Mis# Bun ten ; Mr, Mrs, and Mi?*# Irvine, Tumine! Bridge; Mr Lamond. Mr Geo. Menxies, Bohespie; Mr Menzies, Boheapie; Mr James Munro, Artarsin; Mr and Mr# M'Queen, D

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

3 Jun 1927

and Mrs Henderson, Mr W. H. Henderson, the Earl and Countess of Coven try, Lady Sassoon, Mr and Mrs Alec Henderson, Lady Harriet Gosohen, Miss Jean Scott, Lady Gentanar, La.dy Mond, Lady Bertha Dawkins. Lady Elibank, Lady Blythswood, Lord and View article

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

21 Apr 1896

Public Notices. HER I U E. Mrs MARGARET GOURLAY LAIRD, 19 Scott Street, Dundee, Widow and Executrix William Laird, Preparing Overseer the employment of the Victoria Company (Limited), Dundee and Calcutta, has applied for Restriction of the Caution

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

7 Mar 1939

Christian Moray, fourth child of Mr Charles Moray, sixteenth of Abercairney, with Mr Home Drummond, of Blair Drurnmond. aptain Drummond Moray, who was born 1852, was the son of' Charles ■Stirling Home Drummond Moray and Lady Anne Georgina Douglas, daughter

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

10 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

10 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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Dundee Evening Post

Dundee Evening Post Angus, Scotland

18 Feb 1903

had become a tenant of his had killed and taken game on his estate. SPOKE IMPERTINENTLY. David Ramsay, the pursuer, in answer to Mr Donald M'lutoeh, solicitor, Forfar, stated that on 22d October, Mr Grieve, Drumyellow, called at his farm field of turnips

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Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs

Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs Angus, Scotland

4 Sep 1931

presentation, and wished Miss Laird every success. ; Suitable acknowledgement of the gift was made by Miss Laird. A valedictory meeting for Miss Laird held under the auspices of the V.W.C.A. in the V.W.C.A. Hall last night. Mr \V. \V. Turner, coast missionary

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Dundee Weekly News

Dundee Weekly News Angus, Scotland

6 Aug 1881

punishment which was his just due. It it. His son and successor, of the same name, held was felt, however, to be no more than duty that the same opinions in regard to ecclesiastical matters Mr Williamson should visit Red House and have as his father. encouraged

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

9 Dec 1875

of regard were awaiting the laird and his lady. On alighting they were met in the entrance hall by the tenantry on the estate waiting to present Mrs Porteous with a necklace. This was done most neatly and appropriately by Mr Alexander Neilson, of West

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