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  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

6 Aug 1976

one of his twin daughters, but his wife has proved an elusive subject I think I know her face tor well. One of his daughters has in- herited his artistic trait and is studying silversmithing at Birmingham, but neither his other daughter nor his son have

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

17 Jun 1966

Ladies' June Medal Chester dolt Club Ladies Section June Medal resulted:— Silver: Mrs. P. Jones 116-15-71: Mrs. M. Redfern 814-72: Mrs. K. Watts 89-17-72; Mrs. D. Lloyd 80-7-73: Mrs. E. Brown 92-18-74. Bronze: Mrs E. Prost 89-20-69; Mrs. B. Palmer 91-2249:

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

6 Apr 1957

The ladies again In the ladles' chase, Mr. E. A. Warburtores well-known chaser Border Cross carried a 14 lb. penalty to victory after a thrilling finish with Barrow Vale. Miss D. M Smith on Barrow Vale and Mrs. A. E. Dickinson on Border Cross fought it

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

27 Dec 1973

Cemetery. Mrs. S. Bell, Mr. and Mrs J. Bell. Mr. (A Mrs. A. Leech (nephews and nieces). % Ada i r. Mr, and Mrs. V' V:dwards, Mr Mrs. Ariman. Mrs. H. Mills. Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gregory.

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

8 Sep 1956

2-30 p.m. dell. Mrs. C Johnson, Mrs. H Griffiths (staff). Mrs. Gilbert , Mr R Clayton. MR. G. KEMP Mr G. Brown. Mr and Mrs. A. Smith. Mr George Kemp of S Beechanda Mr Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hewitt. - View article

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

20 Jan 1951

Mr, ker.ett. Mrs. Kruk. Mr I and . Mr G. Po;er Hope M were sent by Husband: Mr. and Mrs. J. lows tWoisecont Mrs and lantl:: Mr and Mrs S Ebb,: Me and Mrs. Whitus ant lamely Ken): Mr and Mr. and Mn. and Norman (Birkenhead);

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 May 1973

mcCarrun, Mr. Muotesio Lightfoot. Mr. and Mrs. A Studholm Mr H. Lightfoot. M. I. Felder, Mrs. M. Price, Mr. and Ws. M, ter. Mrs. E. Grlnth, Mrs..l Huanes Miss.) Hughes. Mrs. D Ab arms. Mrs E. Roberts. Mrs. Dunn, Mr 1 Scott,

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

11 May 1973

of sympathy and letters received in his recent sad bereavement in the las of his dear wife. Maie. He regrets that he la tmable to reply personally to all the letters received, as they are an T family of the at Mrs. Oahe-rine McGarr, wish to thank all

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

5 Aug 1966

mourners included: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bale 'son-in-:aw and daughter'. Mr. and Mrs. Harry WO:tams own and daughter-In-lag Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams 'grandson and grand-daughter.. Miss L. Truman 'niece' Mr. E. Truman 'nephew.. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Phoen:x niece

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

17 Jan 1959

14 6 30 40 1 2 Mrs 14 5 35 15 10 The foliosing ' tor Bolliver and Mrs. Bonner and beat D. Yeomans and Mrs. inotyne r. Stockton Heath ,Two change at the too of League 2, Old Union Vaults a t an 15-8. J. Williamson and MLA Crum/sell Laird now item a well-

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

25 Nov 1965

McKinnell. Mrs. W. Carter presented prises to Mr. and Mrs Pimlott, Mr. and Mrs. Savage. Mrs droves and Mrs. Cotterall. Mr. Rutter and Mrs. Maddock, Mr. and Mrs. Blass, and a special prise to Mrs. Lloyd. Competition winners

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

2 Mar 1967

Jesmond and Lady Dreyer, Admiral Sir John and Lady Frewen. Mr. and Mrs. S. Redman, Rear-Admiral and Mrs. I. M. McGeogh, Rear-Admiral and Mrs. A. T. F. G. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Smithers, Mr. and Mn. C. E. Sherwin. Vice Admiral and Mrs. B. C. B. Brook

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

23 Jul 1960

organised by Mr. T. Walton. The results were.-Runner Beans: 1. Miss A. Harding; 2 and 3, Mr. J. Wilson. French beans: 1, Mr. W. Fitton; 2, Mr. A. Dodd; 3, Mr. J. Wilson. Broad beans: 1 and 2, Mr. J. Wilson; 3, Mrs. Bark. Beetroot: 1, Mr, Wilkes: 2. Mrs. Churton;

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

31 Jan 1974

our picture, Mrs. Joan Davies is work ag sa a pair of new Nantwich lost 2-1 to Formby at London Road on running shorts, and supervisor Mrs. Lilian Regalia au Saturday in front of the smallest gate since they athletic vest. On the right, Mrs. Barbara track

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

28 Nov 1969

Tuesda, Theresas 4. Transport A 4: British Mrs. C. S. Jerome, of Vicar's Rail A 2. Handbridge A 6. Cross Golf Club, was elected the TABLES Lady Captain of the Society for W L DPt. 1970. sc. Theresa's 9 7 1 1 50 N 47 Mrs. Jerome, a past Captain Transport A of

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

4 Feb 1950

Helierios. Crew 2277 Seam Fe sash aidecam is good to Mil couposs-354. Singe Curse. HAMILTONA Snobs Mr Casab Docorates and Dosed layer lad.. Mediate FSalt Lady's Hercules Cods we 3 . Pecd. a pod conlinos. sbo less maces. 30/..-143. Viaithall Seed. AUSTIN 7

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

14 Nov 1975

Upton GC Ladies Section Mrs. Sally KiHip. of the Siher Division. won the monthlN competition, played on 41h November, with a return 01 17 71 Mrs. Joyce Broadfoot (bronzedivision) was second with 99-24-75. Other leading returns ilk eluded: Mrs. Je:.n Hughes

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

30 Apr 1965

best Mrs. Eve Roberta 1 up, Mrs. Betty Tudor Jones lost to Mrs. Sue Locke 3 and 2, Mrs. Hilda Parr and Miss Doris Martin halved. Mrs. Mickey Woodcock lost to Mrs. Marie Lindsay 3 and 1, Mrs. E. Williams lost to Mrs. Edna Hargreaves 5 and 4. Mrs. J. Crichton

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

16 Aug 1974

yards, at ..• — his retirement from the track. Tf i t y t e d d 's He spent the weekend with his h a gross of 75, less nine, ~ West Cheshire . 7hifitart i, Lancashire, Cumbria, as home in Switzerland irk from nine to six. Describing his involvement with

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

7 Jun 1958

Poster of Kinniside. Mr. R. Mrs. Monica Dickenson. riding Stone Year. A. Longden. Ftodshani (Tinker). Gibbons. Keswick. Cumberland: best Park. and Mr. John Betteridge. riding Mr. Crow won an bat one of the pointer: Blenmor Bionea. Mrs. W. MiFS S. Powell's

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