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

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

13 Feb 1936

E. Prowse; Mr. and Mrs. Ash and family; Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Henry Koebel; Col. and Mrs. E. H. W. Bolitho and Anne; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Michie and Mrs. Neave Hill; the staff at Wynnstay; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Le Grice; Mr. and Mrs. Barrow Green; View article

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

11 Mar 1905

brought, in Mr. Whittaker to amend the law relating to trades-unions and trades disputes is supported by Mr. Bell, Mr. Shackl**- ton, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Beaumont, iMr. John-on, Mr. John Burns. Sir fharles Dilke, Mr. Kuncii-ian, Mr. Paulton. and Mr. Fenwick

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

5 Dec 1900

joining? -Mr. G. Butler considered that Falmouth town, with its larger population, was more likelv to make Uvr of an hospital the country area.—Mr. Gundry having withdrawn his amemlmint. Mr. proposition not to support the petit ion was carried. Mr. Genu advised

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

26 Jan 1921

for his club. On Wednesday evening the Penzance Club held a successful whrist drive in the Alveauet Hall, nearly 120 attending. Mr. Mrs. George Edwards won the first prizes. Mr. John the .gentlemen's coneMrs. James the ladies'. A

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

8 Feb 1907

Mat OD The ilium. (Mr. I.yeel re-appointed to the wait. the mottos of Mr. J. Carhart.J seem' drd by Mr. W. K. Brewer.—lls tsuauman eulogised the work Lyme lad d,,e behalf of the cloak-- Mr. Lymx is meeting fur kis re-elastics. laird ftu• members to pull

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

12 Jul 1928

mutual advantage. Mr. Donovan then proposed vote thanks to the Chairman (Mr. T. W. Lewis, manager), and expressed his ap preciation of Mr. Lewis' efforts and reasonable attitude in all matters connected with the conditions of employment. Mr. Lewis brieily

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

21 Apr 1938

Monday, the wedding was solepinized o Mr. J. P. .Tames, only son Mr. anr Mrs R. James, formerly Wendron street, Helston. and Miss M. Dunn onlj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, of Schoolhouse, Constant ine. The p man was Mr. C. Simpson, Torquay, an. the bride

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

15 Nov 1907

Accompanying her on she platforntwere Mr. F. Fireman-fneinas, M.P., Mr. A. A. Marshall, J.P.„ Mr. C. A. Millman ILiberal agent). Mrs. Hegira. ) Mrs. N. J. alined, Mies Hodge, Miss Temkin. Mrs. Hony, and iithers. The Hon. Mrs. Freeman- Thome. rTe.,itted. Mum

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

27 Aug 1908

They bespoke upon Mr. Slack God’s blessing in his partial retirement, and prayed that in there might be light even commensurate with his long and faithful service—(applause). Rbv W Slack feelingly responded. He found ifficalc to express his appreciation of

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

4 Apr 1901

Giver of Kisses ’’ is a realistic story the South African War; Mr. Cutclilfe Hyne continues his thrilling series short stories, “ MoToad in the Arctic, and Mr. Allen Upward also continues his series of Historic Mysteries. A pretty story by Hart is i

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

5 Mar 1908

proving that •uspic«e the local Unionist 1 y the Unioniat Party, in atand- Mr. A. Douglas Linsey preaided, aupiKUjea the three kingdom* together, by Ladv Duming-Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. un( j one n>wn and one central govem- Percival D. William* (Lanarth), Meaars

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Jul 1926

College. Mr. Henry Toy presided and was supported Lady Stamp, Revs. A. E„ Nightingale and E. V. Paget, Aid. W. J. Bazeley. Messrs. J. H. Tonking, J. H. Roberts, C. E. Tyacke (Camborne), W. Nicholls and Richard' White, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wickett, Mrs. J. Roberts*

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

18 Jan 1912

spoons; Mr. John lingham. four cut glasses; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bell, ortoiseehell stationery and blotter; Mr. >nd Mrs. Budd. two dessert spoons; Mr. and Mrs I. Bissell, traveling eloak; Mr. and Mrs. W Jrittain. small silver Salter; Capt. and Mrs. D 'lifton

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

22 Sep 1900

received Mr. Charles Steel, the general manager; Mr. Mason, the assistant superintendent the line; Mr. Hills, the London divisional superintendent ; and Mr. Richard the station supsrmteudent. There was large crowd the plat form, who cheered his |{..val

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Jul 1907

Truro. Lord and Lady Arthur Hill, Lord and Lady the church of St. Peter, the required bal- r€Xa tta was in great measure due. The . CffMffl •upporters the Lower House coul 7 and he has told these lads tliat should Knollys, Mr. Gerald snd Lady Betty Balance

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

27 May 1948

recent first annua general meeting were: President Mr. M. Lawrey; chairman, Mr. b' Stevens; secretary, Mr. H. A. 801- weil; treasurer, Mr. W. D. Moon Newly-elected vice-chairman is Mr W. B. P. Moon, and Mr. W. Eddy is entertainments secretary. The Club will

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

11 Feb 1909

peasant returning his humble cot,” sbs wont on enthusiastically—” his sturdy figure outlined against the setting sun faithful collie at his side, and his plough upon his shoulder I’’ Lady: I want put in this advertisement a cook. It will go in three lines

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

8 Dec 1900

rendered O God, have mercy Mr. C- W. Chard contributed the solo ''Christmas”; and Mr. and Mrs. Chard sang the dnet Come ever smiling liberty,” and were joined Bliss Blight and Mr. Prior the Snartette 44 Come, everyone that thirsteth.* Miss ewell. the organist

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

22 Nov 1902

herself across Mr. Baker’s I body. Evidence having been given as to letters and other articles found on the deceased, the Coroner, in reply to Mr. Upton, said he did not see any necessity for making public a letter addressed to the deceased by his wile, and

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

17 Nov 1910

1. L. AUiz, Lady Mar- which he had most at heart a urine his life, caret Bowawen, Lady Mary Trefuiia, Lady the relief of suffering and sickness. smith and Miss Smith, Mrs. and Miss Cor. needed no words of his <Mr. Howell’s) to api-iah, Mrs. Moor, Mias

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