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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

5 Apr 1929

H. Hunt Mrs j rank Ashton. L. E. Simpson, (former vice-president), D. Bam (former C. and Oevonport, Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Mr. W. supt.. Midland). , • , and Mrs David Bain, Mr. Hornbucklc, Mr. and H. N. Gresley (chief mechanical engineer L. p Mr. W. G. Smalley

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

8 Jun 1889

brideeroorn, Lady Jackson (dowa?ar). Sir Henry and Lkdy Mather Jaokson, Mr. and Mra. John Ja;kson, Mrs. P. Jaokson, Mr. Markham, Misa A. Meinertzhagen, Mr. and Mrs. William Jaoksoc, Mr. and Mrs. Caateliain, Mr. W. B. M. Jack-son, Mr. Frrz Jackson, Mr. C. J.

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Type: FamilyNotice
Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

16 Oct 1847

and Duchess of Argyll and laird and Lady Blantyre had been staying at Trent ham since (he arrival of the family from Scotland. The Hon. W. and Lady Caroline Lascclles and the Miss Lascelles, Mr. Sandford, Mr. Charles Barry, Mr. Sneyd, and some two or three

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

25 Aug 1848

returned thanks behalf of the Good Samaritan, and Mr. Allen behalf o Stanton Lodge-Songs by Mr. Iltnlfern and Mr. 1. Mr. Whittaker tuxt proposed “The health Mr. l ox, which was responded lo with musical honours.—Mr. fox, in a very humourous speech, returned

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

3 Mar 1905

the death of her husband Mrs Deo ton bad resided the virararo she 100 yean of age She had recently men staying d Hampsted. with one of her daughters, but had home Ashby Mrs. Deo too was the mother of Mrs. J Hughes sod also Mr* Shaw, wile Cbl Shaw, who

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

12 May 1848

ChesterHeld's Lady ildatr Mr. Irwiu's Patriot The each*, with ,he prop, ietors of the (irand Stand, for three years old. subs.) Mr. B. Green's Flalcatcher Lord Caledon's Shyloek .. • • Won bv a bare head. The following also ran :_Mr. Prfley's Mr. Dawson's

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

23 Apr 1943

Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Spriggs, Mr. and Mrs. K. Kiddy. Mr. and Mrs. A. Waddoups, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Waddoups, Mr. and Mrs. G. Chaytor, Mr. and Mrs. W L. Waddoups, Mr. F. Barber, View article

Type: Illustrated
Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

4 Apr 1924

the whole country. Mr. R. 11. Peel, his reply, paid tribute the ladies, many of whom were present, .'•nd to whom they owed a groat deal. excellent musical programme was contributed hv the following ladies and gentlemen: Miss C. Bull, Mr. 11. Swindell, Miss

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

11 Sep 1903

iaOkn* CliQrrb : SO the H»n Lady riew*; old linen from Mr* Povab ; tvyrtaOlea Ur » ‘if° k-WBer* I rum Mr A< lon . i ulms fluwem from Mr Uetbert Crslt fr. m Mrs Herbert Strait. baj had T.or-J Hindlip, who left,London io expedition in British Cast Afr cs

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Buxton Advertiser

Buxton Advertiser Derbyshire, England

14 Jul 1875

•Lothian Mr W., L’pool •Lothian Mrs, do •Fenton Mr, London Swan Inn Mr W. Sumner. •Preston Mr, Congleton •Preston Mrs, •Massey Mr and Mrs, St. Helens White Lion, Mr Adam Howe Sleigh Mrs •Dunkerley Mr and Mrs, Oldham •Johnson

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

15 Jan 1910

KliSve the y fairy tales Mr. Guy W. Cantrell seconded the resolution, which was carried unanimously. Mr. Haslam on “The Constitution. Several queries were addressed to Mr Hasiam the maionty coming from a small knM Socialists led by Mr Oeo Bowem Havimr regard

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

9 Jun 1906

PASO, MRS. C. N. WILLIAMSON. (Author •'The Barn Stormcm,” etc.) SYNOPSIS INSTALMENTS 1. IV Lady Wenwick waiung impatiently in her boudoir for Lord Stainfortb, young man with whom she has. unknown to himself, tallon deeply in love. ha* lost his way the

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

19 Sep 1902

caught the eyes the previously. Mr Sykes won with Zazara, Mr Dixon‘a Walton Primrose, Watton Gentleman, second, and Mr Spark's’ Oldfield Rosalind, third. the open Kiddle class. Mr Sykes snored again with his stylish Zazara Mr Tnnman’ti Silvemi-ss. which won

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

21 Aug 1852

One mile. (10. subs.) Mr. Meiklam’sPaddy Bird, 3 yrs,6st..(Chillman) Mr. S. Darling’s The Puritan, 3 yrs, Gst 41b 2 Mr. Allen's The Saxon, yrs, 131b 3 Mr. J. Osborne’s Lady Agues, yrs, 71b 4 Mr. Harrison’s Tom Hollby, 4 yrs, 7st 6 Mr. Spence’s Michael, yrs

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Type: Article
Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

2 Apr 1909

Marston Boszard (M.D., £din.), of Lutterworth, where his father had been banker for many years prior to his death, in 1824. His (Mr. M. C. Buazard’s) mother Sarah Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. John Clarke, J-P.» of Peatling Hall, Leicestershire,

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Derby Mercury

Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England

4 Aug 1791

Sandy, Mr. King; M'Gi'pir, Mr. Sidney; Sergeant Jack, Mr. Saville j Captain Dafh, Mr. O'Lrien ; Chaiby, Mr. Bon villi ; Laird of Racey, Mr. James; Laird Mr. Pero; Shelty, tbe Piper, Mr. Robertson. Jenny, Mifs Robinson ; Moggy, Mrs. O'Brien

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Type: Advertisement
Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

7 Mar 1910

late Father Dolling, and Mr. Adderlev, to mention only three ; so their convictions are softened sonal respect. Dr. King mellowed with years. His countenance is the most benign and spiritual of any eccles I have met. and his letter to people, indicted

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Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press

Ripley and Heanor News and Ilkeston Division Free Press Derbyshire, England

23 Oct 1925

were:—Mr. Harry Brighouse and Mrs. Burgoyne (son ■nd daughter), Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Britain (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mitchell (son-in-law and daughter), Mrs. Crosier and Mrs. Harry Brighouse !daughter and daughter-in-law). Mr, and Mrs

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

16 Jan 1880

which took Mr. Gladstone the Continent was one connected with domestic matters. I believe that it was owing to the serious illness of bis sister, who, some years ago, assumed the veil in the Roman Catholic Church, and holds the post of lady superior at

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

3 Jun 1898

warav* fitting end to hi. life, -hicb Wednesday evcn.ug meeting of the Hall, presided over Mr Job® following rnaolntioD ** tba Ctto.etor expraaa their amme. the Liberal Party, and tW •g Mr W K oUstoue. and Awra to®'^a tbavg daepaat and baartfet Maaon of-o

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Type: Article