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  • County: Buckinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1920 - 1929

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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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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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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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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

8 Sep 1923

were given Mr. r-lhibb Mrs Tubb, Mr. 11. G Page-Turner. W. Davey. Mr. .1. Stuchfield. and the Society The following were the prire-winners. Mare or gelding that shall jump in the best | form- 1 Mr. O H. Gilbey; 2. Gaptain K. F. Dunn: 3. Mr. A. Greet ham

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

10 Aug 1923

Wilfrid Bruce, Mr: G. L. Hawkins, and General Sir Bruce Hamilton. Mr. Kitton, Mrs. L. A. Foot, and Mr. E. W. Edwards were the chief winners for gilts, whilst Mr. Hawkins won the boar class with Sudbourne Premier, followed by Mr. Kitton and Mr. B. Hoole. The

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

10 Aug 1928

£4, and 2, £2, Mr. J. P. Morgan; 3, £l. Sir Walter Halsey; r. Lady Fitzgerald; v.h.c.. Lady Ludlow (2) and' Lady Whitehead. Class 80.—Three ewe lambs—l, £4. Lady Fitzgerald; 2. £2. and (v.h.c.. Lady Ludlow; 3. £l. Lady Whitehead; r, Mr. J. P. Morgan;

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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

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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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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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

30 Sep 1927

of speech, Mr. Webb thanked them all for their reception. Thanks ! Mr. A. J. Reeves moved a vote of thanks to the following :—Mr. Woodley, the umpires (Major J . B. Phelps and Mr. A. H. Laird), the handicappers (Mr. A. H. Laird and Mr. Montgomery),

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

13 Jan 1923

Wcedon), Colonel Clinch, Colonel W. Bairstow. Major Nicholson. Mr. J. P. Maitland, Mr. O. P. Brown. Mr. i. Adams. Mr. H. Montgomery, CX., Mr. K. Dudley. Mr. O. Eobineon, Mr. 11. Hawkins, Mr. F. W. Sheppard, J.P., etc. In presenting the report of the Committee

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

18 Dec 1920

prize, and Mr. C. I*. Hobbs bought his exhibit at £10:2:6 each, while Mr. Humphrey’s reserve sheep went to Mrs. Oates £0:12:6 each. Mr. L. Buckingham’s three tegs were first in Class 9. and Mr. Brightnmn bought them £8: 7: 6 each, another lien of Mr. Huninhrev’s

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

6 Jul 1928

Edmund Peckham (Col. Caldwell), Lady Pcckham (Mrs. F . F. FI. Bernard), Sir John Fortescue «Mr. A. N. David), Lady Fortescue (Mrs. David), Forestallers (Mr. 0. D. Berry and Mr. Mares), a Messenger (Miss Slade), and milkmaids, pedlars, ale sellers, gildsmen

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

28 Jun 1924

Soton (London), cushion: Mr. and Mrs. W. Can tel! afternoon tea cloth: Mr. and Mr-. W. Turvey (Leicester), pair vases; Mrs. Coles and Arthur, half-dozen tea spoons Mrs. Morris (Swanlumrne). silver jam dish: Mrs. Whybrow (London), silver jam dish and tea cloth

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Buckinghamshire Examiner

Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England

14 Sep 1923

formerly in their employ.—Mr. Woodbridge appeared for the company and Mr. Scott for the defence.—The,evidence showed that since he left the company's employ the man had occupied the cottage upon a rental.— His Honour (to Mr. Woodbridge) : That is fatal

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

27 Jan 1923

and Mrs. H. Selby Lowndes, Mr. J. T. Mills, Mr. C. M. Prior. Mr. Faulkner Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Denny. Mr. Hew. Mr. and Mrs. McCorquudnle, Mr. T. Burrows, Mr. W. Murray, Mr. Gosling. Mr. R.

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

24 Nov 1923

< Applamo.) nMMK\J> M ADOI'TICX. .Mr .1 S fit iintlis-.li.m s miiv, (! tlmt th- ro« • inmeTi<’:itioii « f tli - Kx.-i ti- X vi- ('11:11 !•■( tliai Mr K- •n- a!l'.pti«l Lila »:iii(liMr. Kci*n.'. said, l put in a gr«*ai

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

21 Jun 1924

were Mr. and Mrs. F. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mr. W. Pedel. Miss N. Podel, Miss S. Pedel. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pike. Mr. and Mrs. Coe. Mr. G. Morrison, and Mr. G. Cryer. and amongst the

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

10 May 1929

I>. Will; 2, Miss L. Jones; 3, Mrs. Williams, after cutting with Mrs. J. H. Coales; consolation, Mrs. J. Chapman ; highest scorer second half, Mrs. F. Ceilings. Gentlemen, 1, Mr. A. K. Full; 2, Mr. A. H. Taylor; 3, Mr>. Evans (playing as gentleman), after

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

16 Aug 1924

Master WILLIAM FULLER, M A., Camb. A B S IST N T STAFF Miss E. M. Davis, M. A. Mr. F. E. Fawcitt, M.A. Miss E. F. P. ?*haw, B.A. Mr. J K. Laisbley, B.Sc, Miss E. M Colgrovc Mr. W. Buckingham, A.K.C A. Miss E. Edwards (Domestic Subjects) Mits Z. Full (Physical

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