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

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  • County: Cornwall, England
  • For: 1937 only

Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Oct 1937

Simpson. Toys. —Mrs. Jakeinan, Miss Groves, Mrs. Manners. Tea stall. —Mrs. James, Mrs. Ludlow, Mrs Rowe, Mrs. Curnow, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Tregarthen, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Newman, Miss Ludlow, Mrs. Cossens, Mrs. A. Smith, View article

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

30 Sep 1937

hack and picked up h Ladies-I, Mrs. Wrooks; 2, Mrs. Bennett; 3. the car. She was 'lel the axle. Mrs. Trevail ; cons., Mrs. Barrett, Dents-1. Mr. C. Hooking; 2. Mr. C. Johns; 3. Mr. S. Barbara Ma Cope, Hinman; eons., Mr. T. 11. Parker. Mr. A. ter the l ast

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 Mar 1937

Miss A. Clemence was the M.C. Mr. Jerry Baker's Dance Band, of Penzance, was in attendance. Spot dance prizes were won Miss Moon and Mr. French, and Miss X. Allen and Mr. T. Start. prizes were presented Mrs. R. Keverne and Mrs. P. Adamson. The beautiful

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 Feb 1937

the late Mr. F. H jj Pitcher, of Chygoon, Trebarval\f e ' r e \ took St. ?' 011 Frid morning. Rev. officiatedt/' reCU)r of Perranuthnoe, he mourners were Mrs. (Widow), Mrs. Potter and Mrs. 4,-, Ua (sisters), Mrs. A. Floyd (sister* m-Jaw), Mrs. Bettens

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

23 Sep 1937

the morning and Mr. G. B. Codling, of Carbis Bav. in evening. In the afternoon the Women's Institute choir were in attendance, under q Mr. W. Mrs Gay. Camborne, presided. Monday a musical service was given Miss S. Bond, Mr. k. Broad, Mr. W. Jane and others

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

23 Sep 1937

game was witnessed which gave Mr. A. Betsey is president, the captain is pleasure to an attendance which fell much Mr. C. J. Dobson. the popular schoolmaster below expectations. Victory in the end rested at neelock• Mr. W. ii. A. (Tony) Pearce has with

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