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

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

25 May 1911

week include: Mr. and Mrs, Spencer, maid and chauffeur; Mrs. Mainwaring, Ellismere; Kiss T. ‘Cotton, Overton-on-Dee; Mr. Leslie Boyce, Pinchbeck Hall. Line.; Mr. Themas Richards and Mr. Norman Hulsekoff, Lyndhurat, Lowestoft; Mr. and Mrs. Doxford, Sunderland;

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

10 Apr 1901

White; Judge, Mr. A. R. Michell; clerks of the scales, Mr. J. Warren and Mr. P. Olds: clerks of the course. Mr. John Rowe and) 11. Laity; clerk of the standard. Mr. 11. Welch; starter. Mr. T. Harry; bon. trea-., Mr. T. Tonkin ; hon. sec., Mr. P. Jelhert

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

22 Feb 1906

and Mr?. Garland, Mr. Talbot Gate?, Mr. Barclay Gammon. Mr. G. W. Green, Mr. F. E. Grow*. Mr. Stanley Gunn. Mr. Gunn, Mr. G. V. Guidice, Mr. Guidice, Mr. F. G. and Mrs. Gwytlur, Mr. T. and Mrs.

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Dec 1909

such Egypt Algiers. Lady Stanhope is staying with Hr. Richard Stanhope Reveeby Abbey, Lincolnshire. The Bevesby estates were bequeathed by the late Mr, Bonks Stanhope to Mr. Edward Stanhope, from whom they passed his nephew, Mr. Richard Stanhope; Beveeby

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

28 Dec 1908

long.” , . . , Her eves sought his face anxiously, p.eadinvlv bat had hidden it his hands. Will you.” she whisoered. ” I cannot otherwise make yon my trustee.” His hands dropped and slid noon his knees hs-side her. while his eves sought hers. ” Promise

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

13 Apr 1917

colt, Mr.. &MO rest/. Mr. on her hee'llt. All Chemist., Is. 341, per bin teat brat of yours has thrown a brick through ihr.ther•ia-lash Mr. and Mies !fencer. Mr. lumens. 410 tablet.. er 6 for 9d, or pilotage free toy J. we anti Mr. slid Mrs. Hayward

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

19 Dec 1924

Uolanti, Mr. F. Parkyn, Mr. Hobby and Mr. Tuckett, in an appropriate •. declared the open. The following ladies sad acted as stall•holders and dowers and vegetables—Mrs. • . Martin. Miss )etherton; cake and Mrs. Tuekett, Miss Hobbs; plain work—Mrs, Nicholls

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

10 Feb 1922

tablet treated bone lady Moleeworth K. Arabi. Lady by lie Mother We. Norris, Maw PeuiL on a Mese what plaid in a eon- Peter Helena W. Pease, Me. spiceous puntion outside the Foe at Mrs. lialmon, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Maim leedmia, the members of the Brigade

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 May 1944

were: Mrs. Wood. 125.: Mrs. Pawlev, £1 125.; Mrs. D. Gilbert. £2 45.. Mrs Lulce, £6 os. 5d.; Mrs. Frost and Miss B ewett £1 3s. 4d.: Mrs. J. Syrrons, £1 2s. 3Ad. Mrs. Gilbert. 12s. 6d.r Mrs. Tripti. £2 25.; Mrs. Ricketts and friends, Bs. 7d.:Mrs. Glanville

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

25 Jul 1902

Kuj'ert in his clasp, kissed his lovely little face, and, with him his arms, his mother, ami e\i>!aisje«l his sudden T. only lunch, and in:iTto immcdiaioly after. After lunch, Kenneth and his mother went to the library. I** some alterations Lady Hurt on’s

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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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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

21 Feb 1903

enough already er their atirka? As for the laird’s death a*, know met it like brave honest man ; and it will bo well for some of na. Flora, if we meet it fairly—aa wall if aoma of us are in his shoes.” “It is not his shoee all they are Quarrelling about. Miss

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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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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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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

25 Dec 1908

teachers. The characters were sustained Mr. E. W. Trusentt Miss Nancarrow, Mr. Sydney Nancarrow . Myt h. Lidd(coat, and Dias Dorothy Bettiron. At the fall of the curtain the performers were loudly applauded. Mr. Richards, chairman of the school managers

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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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