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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

26 Aug 1905

entered on his 21st year. The Kackintoe was formerly Lieutenant-Colonel oammandleg thso 9rd Battalion Cameron High- Deriders. of which be ix now honorary colonel. Ilia son, the laird-to-he, Mr. Alexander Angus Mackintosh has a dash of Welsh blood in his veins

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

13 May 1922

by inches. Time, 21 l-stJh secs. Under 13: 1, Hollis; 2, Newell; 5, Laird. Won inches. Time. 21 I-sth secs. Borough Sessions, May 6. Present—The Mayor (Mr. G. H. Taylor) the Justice (Mr. U. Stratford). Vernon, P. J. Rutland, C. W. Kaffety O. Haines. F.

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

29 Aug 1914

G. Kendall. T. N. W. Watts. J. Laird, T. Arnold Herbert. K.C., F. Davis, W. Harvey, and J. Langley. Medical Aid and Clothing.—Lady Clayton. Lady Eardley-Wilmot, Mrs. W. R. D. Mackenzie. Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. Langley. Miss Mr. W. R. D. Mackenzie, and five

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

6 Feb 1915

went to Tring. Mr. W. N. Mead won with comb honey, and Mr. W. Chandler in the extracted class. The judge was Mr. W. Herrod. F.E.S.. who also gave several very interesting demonstrations on apnrian matters. The Sheep Dog Trials were judged Mr. S. Lund. The

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

7 Mar 1914

sympathy from Mr. and .Mrs. Fremantle”; “There is bweet rest in heaven,” E. Bolton; Mr. and Mrs. J. Holdora; “Ivy and Jack”; Mr. «nd Mrs. Dawes; W. Price; Mr. and Mrs. W. Kibble; Mr. and Mrs. j Anstee; Mr. and Mrs. Grainge;

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

22 Mar 1907

(eucor(d). Mr. M. ,on ; violin solo (encored). Mr. Towers. •• What d'yer want to talk about tors' (eo(oml). Mr. At lee; song. The Old Block Mare (encored). Mr. Taylor; recitation. , Bondage (encored). Miss Kcm pater; song (en- | cored), Mr. Goss; song

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

8 Aug 1908

Certificates ol Mont—Mr. J. Joieey, Mr. K. Barclay, Lady (2), Mr. J. 11 ; he, Mr. H Orange, Air. E. A. Haiubro, Mr. G. B. Nelaou, Mr. J. Evens, Mr. L. J. Shirley, ilr. W. P. Vesper, Prizes—l, £10, Mr. A. Ballelt; 2, £6, Lady Koihschi.u ; r, Lady Smyth. SHEEP

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

20 Nov 1909

announcement of the death, which occurred Monday, of Mr. James Hope Lloyd- Verney, the Laird of Carriden (nephew Sir Rdmund and Lady Verney), has been received with regret in the Claydon district. Mr. Lloyd- Verney. who was 41 years of age, was the eldest

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

9 Aug 1919

district will be entertained later date. Borough Sessions, Saturday, Aug. 2. Present —The Mayor (Mr. O. Haines), Mr. A. Vernon. Mr. F. J, Hull, Mr, FJ. White, and Mr. It. Howland. Transfers. —The following were granted: Head, Oxford-road, from Lucy Bason to

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

28 Apr 1923

a few lays* cub-hunting in his woods—(applan»e>— which they would to take advantage of. Referring Ithe judges his Lordship said they all probably, that Mr. Moffatt Smith hurled in that for years. They all kn4w, too. the of Mr. Frank Fireman. who was u

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Croydon's Weekly Standard

Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England

13 Oct 1906

painting. On October 29 Mr. Tree will reappear at Ris Majesty's Theatre in Mr. Michael Morton's play of Colonel Newcome. A young woman in a railway carriage the other day asked the permission of Mr. J. White, M.P.. to smuke a cigarette. Mr. Footitt, the Newark

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

10 Jun 1910

C., M.P., K.C.V.0., Mr. J. E. Toone, Mr. 1. Crawford, Mr. S. Cabitt, Mr. J. Lang- Mr. A. L. Lawrence, Mx. Lawrence, Mr. A. Hornby Lewis. Mr. A. LI. Griffith WHliams, Mr. S. Flint. Ur. A. Lmdell. B. B. Deane, and Mr. W. T. Porter. Mr. B. H. Deane was elected

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

17 Jun 1904

Sir W. K. Clayton. Bart., 10s. 6d.: Mr- If. Arnold, 10s-; Dr. T. G. Nicholson, Mr. St. J. PauJet, Mr. A. E. Barnard, Mr. M.. and “A Friend,” ss. each; Mr. V. A. H. Timber- lake and Mr. E. Coster. 3fl. 6d. each; Mrs. Dickenson, 25.; and “A Friend,” Is

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

3 Oct 1942

girl. At the Race Ball Gerald deliberately set himself to cut the Young Laird out. It was for sheer mischeif, and he had hardly looked at Mabel before. McGregor was at his best in his dress kilt, and he was wiry and athletic ; but he was completely over-shadowed

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

20 Jan 1933

Baker ; F. S. Pickard. F lennings, L. Blow : H. Hedges, G Rowe, E. Drew, J. Forester, B. Sear HAZELL’S LADIES 7. CROXLEY LADIES 3. Hazell’s Ladies had a very convincing win in their match with Croxley Saturdav at home. A very good game was witnessed.

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

4 Apr 1903

stones from his path savagely and casting Ireful glances at the Ht. Kilda, as if she were to blame ; with the result that evening found him, rather to his own surprise, sober as • judge. Hugh Macleod remarked on the fact when, after seeing his men safely

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

26 Feb 1914

of Mr. Hawkins, seconded by Mr. Keates. Mr. R. N. Smith was reappointed honorary treasurer. L, J. Smith proposed that Mr. Kibblewhite should lie re-elected honorary secretary. Mr. Butler seconded the motion, which was carried with applause, , Mr. Kibhlewhite

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

18 Oct 1924

white straw crop, the whole crop of the tarm to shown farms excluded;. 1. Mr. T. L. Morns. Marlow-; 2, Mr. A. Laird. Sund(>n; 3. Mr. » r ,° « ,1Hl! nt Giles; Mr. a ke k Uill * r. Mr. D. R. lumdall. Alar low entries. , cultivated cron mangold* of not less

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Buckingham Express

Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England

14 Feb 1903

with the laird himself. At the bottom of the sea? echoed Dugald derisively. Nora! Angus, man, where are your wits? when it was in his shirt-sleeves— Angus cut in with a contemptuous laugh. Horo! Dugsld, where were your eyes? it was not in his shirt

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South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

5 Aug 1910

S.MT Francis, Mr, Bobert LI. Oriffitb-Williame. Mr. ?'p R STmilton. Mr. A. C. HnmrSjSer Mr L Manoock, Lady Hanson. T Herbert. Gonetal Sir Goorjo Hiram£„E% M P. MrM’ s S r.«- f lay,or. Mr.J. L, H. Withered V-P.’. Mr. W. P. Withered, Lady Eardley Wilmot

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