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  • County: Buckinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did hie wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in—in suppressing the deed if— That wan very considerate of Mr. Macfie. interrupted

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

20 May 1911

Dare, my puir lassie. Death comes to us a', and guidness send we ma , be as ready to meet it as the laird was. Neer did any tell o' his harsh treatment or his unjust tongue. He was aye fair dealing and God-fearing. I know—l know! Her lip trembled. He

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

18 May 1912

of the Mr. Jae. Chapman Rev. K Paine a. d. 2 2 0 2 0 0 Lord Addington Dr. T. F. Vaisey Mr. C. M. Prior .. 10 6 .. 10 0 .. 10 0 i‘fr: R. 11. Comyns iqr. H. Lennox lO 0 Mr. P. H. do Fraine Mr. R. Keys 5 0 Mr. J. Dickens 5 0 Mr. F. Farber lO 0 Mr. G. Jones

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

15 Sep 1906

ITEMS. William McGaughe, of Barrow, was knocked down *a at Bfackpool, and in a ottiti- HI condition was taken to the hospital. Mrs. Roland Neale, the Edgbaston lady whose clothing was ignited at Blackwell station, presumably by a spark from a passing express

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

6 Aug 1927

HI NTER TRIALS Ligbt-weight Hunter, mare gelding, any age. under stone—l. C 6. Mr. H. Grange; £3. Mr. G. M. Brown; 3. £T. Mr. H. C. Lawrence; r.. Mr. Digoy Whitehead. Heavy-weight Hunter, mare or gelding any age. over U 1, Major i 1 Mr. A. Laird. 1 K

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

13 Dec 1907

present the previoiia day. and we also noticed: Mrs. Longman. Mr. A. J. Clarke. Mi« Mrs. Tilbury. Mrs. T. T. Burncw. Mr. Flock, juu.. etc. After prayer. The Key. J. Smith said that unfortunately Lord and Lady who they hoped would re-open the bazaar, were

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

2 May 1914

int Races. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lyster have returned Denham Court from India. A marriage will take place August between Captain Mont ague Wace, 14th K.u.U. Sikhs, son of Mrs. Wace, of The r < c• Beaconsheld. and Maude Mary, daughter of Mrs. Jump, of Ipswich

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

21 Oct 1911

supplied Mr. Hull, Buckingham. Mr. F. W. Denchfield, i C.C., presided, and was supported Mr. Sept. Clarke, Mr. E. Clarke, Mr. T. Mr. Culley, Mr. F. Hubbard. Mr. A. Clarke. Mr. J. Adams, Mr. A. G. Dvson, Mr. W. Butler. Mr. W.

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

29 Jun 1906

Details of the results the games Mr. .1. A. Collielmw (eapt.) and Mr. A. G. Blofeld (High Wyeombei. beat Mr. L. J. Smith and Mr. J. Laird, 6—U, 6—l_; lost to Mr. C. Sneath and Mr. H. Go.-s. a—*, 3—6; beat Mr. R. Steed and Mr. C. P. Lovell. 6—l. and lost 1-6

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

27 Jul 1912

2, Mr. S. P. Wigley; 3, Mr. P. D. Will. Broad beans—l, Mrs. Wigley; 2, Mr. S. P. Wiglev: 3, Mrs. Greaves. Long-pod beans—l, Mrs. Greaves; 2, Mr. S. P. Wigley; 3, Dr. Vaisey. Peas—l. Mrs. 2, Mr. P. D. Will; 3. Admiral Pigott. Cabbage lettuce—l, Mr. E.

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

23 Sep 1932

Alexander and Lady Grant, Sir Louis and Lady Greig, Mrs. Girling, Mrs. Clifford Gilbert, Mr. Robert Grant, Dr. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Hardie, Hon. Mrs. D'Arcy Hart, Sir Thomas and Lady Horder, Mr. and Mrs. Jepson, Mr. and

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

18 Jun 1910

family; Mr. F. S. Morton and family; Mr. Jos. C. Garner; Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Wakefield (Weston Turville): Mr. T. R Coles (Bletchley); Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cullura; Mrs. M-Morton rOxfordroad); Mr. and Mrs. Madder; Mr. and Mrs.

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

6 Dec 1901

presented Mr. R. W. Hudson. second prize, presented by Mr. R. vv. Hudson, jgl Class 5; Pen of five fat ewes—First prize, presented Mr. A. D Cripps. second prize, presented by Mr. D. Cnpps, -61. Open to all —Class Fat) beast—First prize, pre- I sented Mr. T.

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

8 May 1913

foUowingpMr. E. C- Lehmann, j p (President Marlow Regatta), Mr. w,*'. f^nn^ lose School). Mr. H. L. Slocpck, Mr. George Dr. J. I>. gicfcson J.P., Mr. S. Culntt, F. H. P. Wills, Mr. Toone, Mr. B. B. Deane, Mr. F. Jackin (Bourne End). Messrs. O. « Collins (captain)

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

8 Aug 1914

r, and c. Mr. Albert Laird; c. Lucas. Class 92.—Pair of yelts. born in 1914—1, £5, Mr. H. R. Beeton; 2, -£3. Mr. Laird; 3. Jl, I , Mr. J. R. Aries; r, Mr. R. E. W. Stephenson; An ointment that the i.ching and irrPa he. Mr. R. A. Ayre and Mr. V. S. Hayward

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

14 Feb 1903

despite, had refrained from giving his usual orders on the ground of competition, shook his head moodily, saying that Mr. Jones might have beard it anywhere; there had been enough talk about it. Mr. Jones paused in his winding to exclaim, 'Of course! That

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

12 Aug 1922

hands —1. £l5, Mr. R. Belcher; 2, £lO, Mrs. B. Tilbury; 3, £5, Mr. 8. E. Moss. Class 36. —Mare or Gelding, not exceeding 15 hands—l. £l5, Mrs. J. Putnam; 2, £lO, Mr. Nigel C. Colman; 3, £5, Mr. H. J. Oolebrook; r, Mr. Paul Hoffmann; he, Mr. S. B. Moss.

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

7 Mar 1903

66 votes, Mr. W. H. Coy 48, Mr. F. W. Rix 46, Mr. T. Body 46, Mr. B. Embleton 43, and Mews. 8. Cruder and E Murlis a tie of 38 each. A vote being taken, Mr. Crocker was elected by 47 to 46 votes. The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chairman

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

15 Mar 1929

H. Laird and Miss N. Coates, —10. 15 —-10; beat J. Spee r and Miss E. Laird, 15—7, 15—9; and beat D. Oclee and Miss M. White, 15—2, 15—10. A. H. Beattie and Mrs. Currie beat G. Laird and Miss N. Coates, 15 5, 15—10; beat J. Speer and Miss E. Laird, 15—2

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far u to say that in hut opinion she would almost have been justified In—in suppressing the deed if— 'That was very considerate of Mr. Medic* Interrupted

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