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

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

23 Mar 1907

seconded by Mr J. ll.Pictering, sod supported by Mr U. Brown sod Mr T. Boots, • newsy vote of thinks was accorded to Mr fleshes. Haatit or Ma Joseph WHIM. Cxsesti 1110U714.••• Ibe death teat tire oo rhursday at bib ntaidence, Mouctaia sew, Mr 'wet* White

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Workington Star

Workington Star Cumberland, England

30 Oct 1908

Cape, and W. Wells; en d Mr. T. K. linnion, Great Clifton, was r oent. van -- place of Mr. E. Nelson, who has left the district, was the first item on the agenda. Mr. Langcake, Maryport, said it gave him pleasure to move that Mr. J. Riess, x ar ypert, be

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

14 May 1904

of the furnaces in the mill, when he was seen to shake his head, place his hand over his heart, and drop. When he was picked up he was found to have expired. He leaves a wife and ten children. -« - - CUMBERLAND APPLICANTS FOR THE LANCASHIRE COMBINATION

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

4 Sep 1909

renrith T.M.C.A., Mr. W. B. on behalf of the members gad I emaciates, promuted to Mr. T. H. Hfidd, as the weenie° his woka mem curb in recognition taithfal Oen ✓ es honorary secretary Mr. Hudson the hearty good Idaho. the sad amoebitas Mr. DM Weal im d,

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Cumberland & Westmorland Herald

Cumberland & Westmorland Herald Cumberland, England

1 Aug 1903

ago, when the laird's son had been **wined m the loch, in Skye, the family lawyer had one day tentatively asked who the heir to Lochavabreich would be. For the estate was strictly entailed, and Fero. lath amid newer succeed. But the laird was too overwhelmed

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

9 Oct 1906

officials, rupre• ending all parts et the Whitehaven distnet, attenatcl. ansl Mr. E.. 1. Pairv, elate clerk, pre. tamed Mr. Shepherd with a brtSizeand oily% clock. Mr. rilleplberd thankod Mr. Parry and all who had eubscribed to the testimonial, and said Ito shout

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Maryport Advertiser

Maryport Advertiser Cumberland, England

18 Feb 1905

t o hi e w id ow Th ee heee, Steel.. exhibitor and prise-winner. Never before was there such a show of canine an/stomata, and the exhibitor. included all the well known dog fancies, such the nether, of Newcastle, Lady Aberdeen. Lady Deeice, Lady Chesterfield

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

24 Jan 1903

negotiation with Mr. Begbie for weeks ; the deed was sent here for signature.' Sent here, she echoed dully. Yee, sent here ; and if, as you say, it is not among his papers, he must have had it in his pocket when he was drowned. In his pocket, she echoed

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English Lakes Visitor

English Lakes Visitor Cumberland, England

14 Feb 1903

not one that will be contradicted. He told me the same, she replied steadi/y, with something of his own temper. He said the laird must have left his coat somewhere since he had none on him. Is it a Lie you have been telling me! Did you stand at my

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

26 Oct 1904

SAD DEATH OF A WIGTON LADY• Meek sympathy has bees brought forth by Sae semewbat sudden death Mrs Feswiek, Wife et Mr Was Fenwiek, Bridge House, sear Wigton. Mrs Fenwiek was is her usual heath Tuesday el last week, sad es that day attended W*toe market

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

20 Jan 1906

benefited his coatadteests, awl he implored every ~kiss mos to vote for him, as his interests were their laureate. (Applause.) Mr J Mc ill, is secondiog the resolutioo,seid Sir John would stick to them if they stuck to his, lie hoped Sir )ohn and Lady Raodles

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

11 Apr 1903

Palace. He is making his daily journey from his house to his little office adjoining the King's Chapel, and as he strides on he mentally notes down the beads and points of the following Sunday's discourse. When he reaches his destination, he will

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Wigton Advertiser

Wigton Advertiser Cumberland, England

28 Jul 1906

Canon Taylor, The Rev. B. M. and Mrs Todd, The Roy. 11. Mayan, the Rev. W. E. and Mrs. Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Budding, Miss Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Rooke, Mr. R. Tinniswood, Mr. J. J. Mitchell, Mr. J. M. Aird, and Mr. A. J. Barnett. The Chairman

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

30 Jan 1906

tashiat and Zablt Lord Dolmeny, ALP.. Las now a place of his own h+ St-utland. Ho las taken over Bomber, Move, in Midlothian. So now Lord Dalmeny is Laird of Root-Wry. and Lord Kovelery is Laird of Dahnouy. Cho death onions] at Eton College on Saturday

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

15 Sep 1906

(the minerintennent) was standing to his trap looking about. when Mr limpet:sick came forward end asked him if be wanted eomsose to held his base. He thee threw Mr Kirkpoti in the reins sod west to the maiitance ol his two officers. He found thee with a

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

6 Feb 1906

rewed from Lady titnithanta llnnmployr 1 10.0 i)) guiatar for the Qttons : a with • mtipulativn that 9,001 t.l tl. emigration of d, aerving atorkpmple and to.,r famthra to Canada. A Jricriir•ld,fn DEATH.—(ht Friday night the Ixoly of Mr. Arcbil*l I C

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West Cumberland Times

West Cumberland Times Cumberland, England

30 Sep 1905

ags9d Mr Wilson, Tortola ; 21. 61 Mr Benson, Beckcoat ; 311 Mr Pearson, Whinns ; 191 3d Mr Jacksoi. Haile; 63 Mr Dawson, Lildale; a7s 6d, 175 sod tas 91 Mr Jackson, Picket How. Halfbred wethers and ginimers, 21s 91 Mrs Cook, Grange; aSs and ads 9d Mr Wilson

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

9 Apr 1909

thin Lill in the Home of Commons on Monday night the Hon. Ceeflrey Howsd, Mr. 11. Stewart-Smith, Mr..l. S. Airsworth, awl laird Morpeth voted iu the majority in favour of the bill. Mr. .1. W. Hills voted with the minority. Tint Piriveteries or vnr. Ptrnts

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

5 Apr 1907

oasts wens Lard sad Lady Version'. lade liermiche Graham. Or Ladies Geheatcon. Dowager lade Cottawlism. and Lai , / Alsip Trloye, Icily Chia Thy Mir lewiead lads Tibilerwoooth, laly Jane Lady Emily l'hich,oter, Bartle Trete, lady Coastal= lealir, noel

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Millom Gazette

Millom Gazette Cumberland, England

21 Nov 1913

(given by Mr. H. Ward). —l, Mrs. Sawrey-Cookson; 2, Viscount Cross. Vase of cut blooms (given by Mrs. Hartley).--- I, Mrs. Hartley; a, J. Whineray. Dish kitchen apples (given by Hun. Mrs. Cross).-1, Mrs. S. B. Douglas; a, Mrs. Hartley; 3, Mr. Wilson Butler

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