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9 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Buckinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1940 - 1949

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

17 Dec 1943

Mills (Mr. J. Rothschild, Waddesdon Gardens); Miss E. O’Donnell (Mr. Keen, Stockwell Lane Farm, Meadle) ; Miss K. B. Skinner (Miss Goldsmid, The Manor Farm, Brill); and Mrs. I. K. Spencer (Mrs. Pick, The Mill House. Marsh). The last-named, Mrs. Spencer

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

20 May 1944

the Methodist Schoolroom. The artists included Mrs. Hearne, Mrs. Illing and Mrs. Chappell, Mrs. Norwood, Mrs. Nash and Masters Clark who gave trumpet and violin solos with Mr. Arthur Aspray as accompanist. Mr. Arthur Childs, of Nevvport-road. New Bradwell

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

27 Apr 1945

taking part and officers in charge were:— Scouts: Ist Aylesbury (Mr. K. P. Gates), 2nd Aylesbury (Mr. A. J. Copps), 7th Aylesbury (the Rev. H. Bullivant), Aston Clinton (Mr. Colver), Whitchurch (Mr. Foulger), Quainton (the Rev. Klee), Weston Turville and Princes

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

6 Dec 1940

attended his church, his Sunday School and church club, and his mother and himself had never had any anxiety about his conduct. If he could take his son home he intended to keep him there and have him medically attended. Replying to Mr. Edwards, Mr. Robertson

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

19 Nov 1948

Executive Committee which succeeded it. died at his home, “Walters Ash,” Wood End Close, Farnham Common, on Friday, after brief illness. He was in his 7tith year. Mr. Ralfety was a son of the late Mr \V. Raffety, of the firm of Hamnett, Raffety and Co-

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

6 Feb 1943

stated that his lamps had been stolen while his cycle was outside the Cinema. Witness found the front lamp bracket very rusty ami there was no sign a lamp having been fitted to the rear. Witness told defendant that he was not satisfied with his explanation

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Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press

Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press Buckinghamshire, England

15 Sep 1945

Rector and Mrs. Bazelgette were present. Mrs. Bazelgette cut the Victory cake. After tea races were held in the Close, by kind permission of Mr. E. Dunkley. At 7 p.m. a social was held in the Village Hall and parents and friends were invited. Mr. Robinson

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Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

2 Feb 1945

realised the. heavy responsibilities Lord Addison had his shoulders and they would like to congratulate him the very great amount of work he had done for food produytion in the county. Lady West His corn was very poqr last year, Fields were covered with

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