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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1987

President's prize Mrs P. Gilmarton 70; Mrs Eileen Robertson 75; Mrsß. Bell 76. Silver Division Miss Debra Hag. gerty. 69. September medal Mrs J. Patrick 69; Mrs Eileen Robertson 71; Miss Jayne Hulme 77; bl 6 holes. Cardross Golf club (ladies section). Silver

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

28 Aug 1914

HISTORICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL By Mr. JOHN GUTHRIE SMITH. No. W.—iVontitmtd). It i» recorded on his tombstone that his second wife was Anne Nisbet, daughter of Sir John Nisbet of Dean, Baronet, and his third wife the Right Hon. Lady Margaret Mackenzie, daughter

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

13 Feb 1886

Department—Mr Broadhurst, £l3OO. Secretary to the Local Collings, £l3OO. Patronage Secretary—Mr Arnold Morley, Financial Seeretary to the Treasury—Mr H. 11. Fowler, £2OOO. Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs—Mr Bryce, £l5OO. Secretary to the Admiralty—Mr Hibbert

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

28 Apr 1911

esteem of his surly patron. When the Apothecary, with the minister and his wife, set out for Gowanlea, the lady expressed her surprise that the “ mediciner had used such familiarities with the laird of the estate, without resentment on his part. “The

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

28 Sep 1904

LAIRDS LAND SCHOOL, KIRKINTILLOCH. MISS KATE BURTON (Daughter of the late Mr T. C. Burton, Professor of Dancing, Glasgow), Has opened JUVENILE DANCING CLASS in the above School. The Class will meet every Saturday from 11.30 till 1.30 p.m. Fee per Quarter

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

29 Jul 1932

Major the . Hon. i«letair Fraser, Lady Sybil Fraser, Mr. A. Fraser, the Hon. Hugh Fraser, Sir John Stirling. Harwell, Miss Batty Maxwell, Mr. Michael Maxwell, Alice, Lady Stratheden and Campbell; Colonel Shaw Stewart, Mr. Stirling Stuart of Castlemilk,

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Mar 1916

the library, and overheard the laird in the next room at his morning devotions. The laird was a Catholic, and the farmer heard him making earnest appeals to St. Francis, his patron saint. Finishing his devotions, the laird welcomed the worthy farmer in

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Jul 1927

nephew of the late Mr. A. C. Douglas of Mains, who died about two years ago. Ile succeeded to the possession of the property as heir of entail, and in July, 1925, assumed the name of Douglas. He was born in 1864, and was a son of the late Mr. A. F. Campbell

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Kirkintilloch Gazette

Kirkintilloch Gazette Dunbartonshire, Scotland

3 Nov 1916

himself. I said to him and mngratnlat si huu •n the way and hi» Coni(iaiy had done, aul then ! lost sight of him again. . . Later a man his Company told ;rv that thong'd he ad gone wi.h some of his men. The derails by this time were li full tllght, and Willie’s

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1940

called upon his good ladv to present the prizes, which were handed over as follows ; Ladies' championship—Miss Jessie M'Gilvary. Ladies’ Pairs—Mrs. Kerrie and Mis- Jessie M'Gilvary. Ladies’ rink practice— I, Miss Jeam M'Gilvary; 2. Mrs. Hay; 3, Mrs. Semple;

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Kirkintilloch Gazette

Kirkintilloch Gazette Dunbartonshire, Scotland

5 Aug 1932

Maxwell, Alice SUratheden and Oamp»> bell, Colonel Shaw Siewart, Mr lrUng Stuart Oasdcmilk, Colonel Stirling Garden and Mrs Stirling, and Colonel Stirling of Kippendavio and 'Mrs Stirling. laird’s was proposed by George Knox, Wester Hill Farm, Bi-hopbrlggs

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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

19 Sep 1885

Robert confusedly. Tell the Laird of Carareggan that Mr Lindsay is not here. Then my young mister is murdered, bitterly exclaimed Fraser, for Miss Graham heard his voice in the glen, an' I went wi' her an' the Laird tee the spot when the tullie took

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

25 Mar 1942

tea was served by the ladies. On behalf of the workers Mr. Geo. Cook welcomed Mr. Louden and Mr. Laird to this their first venture of this kind. Mr. I-oudyn, in replying for Mr. Laird and himself, thanked the organisers and the ladies for the tea, and said

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1887

of my girls 1” KIRKINTILLOCH AND LENZIE: laye to his charge. And this the said Mr Niniane Drewe leitf na wayis wndone, aa he wUbe anguerabile in his office wpone his obedience to (.rod and the roice of his brethrene.” Of Lovell himself he also heard some

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

12 Apr 1893

blithe waking till ye,” said the dame, oourtesying again, and tnrning to leave the room. One moment, Mrs. Ross, if yon please,” said the young lady, gently arresting her steps. “Ay, me leddy, mooy as ye’ll please,” promptly replied the dame, returning

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1888

inscribed his name in his usual manner in the visitors’ book, Ben Nevis and Mrs. MacTavish,” and handed the pen to Mr. Lockwood, looking over his shoulder while he wrote. But his curiosity was doomed to disappointment, for the learned gentleman was not to be

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1902

Brownlie, M.A., presided, and among others present Mr J. S. Dickie, Mr J. W. Pettigrew, Mr Jas. Ferguson, Mr J. Cameron, P. C. Goldie, Mr J. W. Douglas, superintendent of the Church School, and Mr D. MTnnes, superintendent of Gallowbill School. After

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

10 Jan 1948

mansion. He died in 1783, aged 68. It is recorded on his tombstone that John Glassford's second wife vas Anne Nisbet, daughter of Sir John Nisbet of Dean, Baronet, and his third wife the Right Hon. Lady Margaret Mackenzie, daughter of George, last Earl of

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Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

23 Oct 1901

retired in 18/7 he was offered a peerage in recognition his eminent services. This he declined, but afterwards accepted baronetcy. In bought Craigend from the late Mr John Smith, sixth laird, ami on his retiral he lived there until he died in November, 1882

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Kirkintilloch Gazette

Kirkintilloch Gazette Dunbartonshire, Scotland

12 Aug 1899

would change places with his brother. Accordingly he obtained a certificate of his own death, and attended the funeral chief mourner. The fraud might never have been discovered, and Romieu might have passed as his own brother to his dying day, but for the

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