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  • County: Angus, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

29 Nov 1991

w At the dinner, from kft Mr Nimmo, Mr Duncan, lon Laird, lady president Betty Lettick George Duffus, lady vice-president Anne Markle, Mr Gowons, Mrs E. Urquhart and Mr Urquhart. DUNDEE ENTERTAINER George treated to a dinner and dance as well given at

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

4 Oct 1955

in Edinburgh Mr David B. Balfour, Craigard, Tayport, and Mrs I. M. Laird, Fountainbrae, Monifieth, after their wedding in Colinton Parish Church, Edinburgh, yesterday. Johnny says ta-ta with Tattie Bye Tattie Bye,” says Johnny Victory as his 14-week summer

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Apr 1990

BOOT SALE., must have Silver Service experience applicants should have good typing to Mr Mrs McGinn. Ardgowan Hotel. SUNDAY, April 22. at 1 p.m.. in the Mr and Mrs J. REID. 14 Br t o north-east wind. Cool, max For interview Telephone 0241 72278. speed

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

7 Sep 1953

week his passage reserva- Wednesday was confirmed, had his mother that things Maro fi*ed the rush was on. Lady without , Wou ld not let him go away he \ 'he party even though it meant to be faced with a hectic week. n^S . Wef going well until Lady she

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

14 Apr 1952

GIFTS TO NEW LAIRD Mr Ewan Farrar, who inherited the estates of Lundie and Dronley on his 25th birthday —February 2 —met his tenants and employees at a get-together in the Murray Memorial Hall, Lundie, on Saturday. Mr Farrar, the son of Lady Sidney Farrar

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

5 Dec 1952

of the late Mr James Cheape and the late Lady Griselda Cheape. Strathtyrum. His bride is Miss Gladys Prodgers, daughter of the late Mr Cecil H. Prodgers and Mrs Prodgers, St Peters, Barbados. Mr Cheape is the only man entitled to play golf free of charge

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Arbroath Guide

Arbroath Guide Angus, Scotland

1 Sep 1956

one should retire ■t 65 years of age. Mr Neill's only daughter is married to the Rector of Arbroath High School. Councillor D. D. Wilson. Near the school we met Mrs Jessie Stott, the school cleaner. A widow. Mrs Stott has lived in ('hapolton for 26 years

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Jun 1953

leaves his wife, formerly Miss Evelyn J. Sibbald-Scott, two sons and a daughter. The elder son, Mr Maurice Ivor Forsyth-Grant, is an electronic engineer at Hemel Hempstead. Daughter is Lady Fogartv, who is at Ecclesgreig. The younger son is Mr Michael

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Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs

Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs Angus, Scotland

11 Dec 1953

Tmrie and Mrs Laird. Monifieth. Mr K. C. Gray, manager of the Employment Exchange at Forfar for four years, has been transferred the Dundee office'. He is succeeded Forfar by Mr T. Smith, Edinburgh.

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1953

Also attending the wedding will be the factor, Mr P. T. Sutherland, whose son is his assistant. The employees, tenants, feuars and others in the district have subscribed for a wedding gift for the young laird. It will be presented after the honeymoon. The

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

30 Jun 1953

the Meams. He is survived by h>s wife, tw o sons, Mr Maurice Forsyth-Grant, an electronic engineer, and Mr Michael Forsyth- Grant who commanded H.M.S. Montrose at the Spithead Review, and one daughter, Lady Finella Fogarty.

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

24 Sep 1952

PETRIE—WEIR.—At Our Lady t» Church, Forebank Rd., on Sept. Very Rev. James Quinn Stephen. 1 !!,,) Mr and Mrs J. Petrie. to Margaret, only Gl*®' of Mr A. Weir and the late Mrs Weir. St.. Dundee. f pert®' coonans, Errol. to Mary, younger Mr and Mrs W. Ballantine

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Brechin Advertiser

Brechin Advertiser Angus, Scotland

19 Aug 1952

dedicated to Mrs Gillies. Among these Mystifications is one which may interest Angus readers. It was stiaged at Duntrune and Miss Stirling Graham was introduced to the house party (which included Mr Lindsay Carnegie, the laird Kinblethraont) as a Mrs Ramsay

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Arbroath Guide

Arbroath Guide Angus, Scotland

14 Feb 1953

appointed President, Mr G. Potter: rice-president, Mrs E. Cant: secretary. Mr A. Shepherd; treasurer, Mr Jos. Swankie; committee—Miss E. Smith, Mrs B. Crichton, Miss N. Pattison, Miss A. Shepherd, Mr E. Duncan. GOLDEN WEDDING.--Mr and Mrs William Mackie, 12

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Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs

Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs Angus, Scotland

13 Jun 1958

ARBROATH LADIES' CLUB Open competition winners over Elliot on Wednesday night were:—Silver Division—scratch—Miss S. Cushnie, Arbroath, 90; handicap—Mrs McKay, Carnoustie, 73; hidden holes—Mrs Sievwright, Arbroath. Bronze Divisionscratch—Miss P. Lindsay

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

20 Jun 1991

about made all to get home by two necks from Nicholas and La Grange Music, despite the jockey losing his whip entering the last quarter mile on what was his first run over the trip. From a stable in form, Green Line Express can be expected to come on for

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Arbroath Guide

Arbroath Guide Angus, Scotland

11 Feb 1956

Bridge Club were: —North- South—Mrs D. McDonald, Mrs D. Wilson, +4400; Mr and Mrs W. J. Henderson, +3320; Mrs Alexander, Mrs D. Wallace, +3150. Rest- West—Mr and Mrs J. C. Ross, -1070; G. Soutar, Dr J. R. Tocher, -1780; Mr and Mrs A. Wood,l -1840. Scores in

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

5 Sep 1953

cymbidium orchids by 10-year-old Elizabeth Smith. Others on the platform were the Lady Provost (Mrs R. H. Botsford), Lady Cayzer, Kinpurnie, and Sir James Cayzer, Earl of Dundee and Mrs A. K. Johnston. TIPS FOR APPLES Good job they've covered the fruit with wire

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

29 Apr 1988

expansion, said Mr the original Fife .. , . • I time and again, added Mr family business for many Pyper, and we are always tration numbers .- Pyper. We even have one y e ars, looking for new ideas to keep of one of the __ - . gentleman now on his 14th car

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

17 May 1990

11.00—Mrs E. McKillop, Mrs J. !Admit', 11.06—Mrs B. Vazana, Mrs J. Grewar; 11.12—Mrs R. Rutherford, Mrs M. Mather, Mrs E. Lowe; 11.18—Mrs H. Bradbury, Mrs J. M. Waddell; 11.24—Mrs A. Rennie, Mrs M. Kennedy, Mrs V. McLean; 11

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