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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

29 May 1903

Mats*boy. 4r. 74 Kennedy Mr W* Moofe’a Kkoaboad. 6y. 74 Mr SflritHaon’a Waveline. Jy, 7-t Private Mr Ohfk’a Penttorce. *y. 71 Mr Baldwin’s Borernss. 3y. Armstrong WEI .TER HANDICAP 130 tovs Oca Mr MarsliaU’s Red Louie, sy. 11 8 Private Mr M XkaiWr’s Metlie.tos

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

7 Feb 1928

laud of his kith and km. Hole, the ..art of oonntrv eonspicuously retiowlted in the ballads ut Border warfare but to-dav sunk in almost neoeefulnebs. his remains were laid rest the niournnig hi- own people among the bones ot generations ol his kinsmen

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

19 Aug 1940

of age about three years ago and is on service with the Black Watch. Mr McNiven leaves a widow and one child. QUESTIONS FOR MR COOPER Mr Seymour Cocks Mr Duff Cooper, Minister cl Information, on Wednesday, Whether steps are

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

29 Jul 1932

3t. 8-7 Q Mr» Sairubury** Tom Tit HI, 4y. 8-6 ••■H J#!* ** Mr Gray Sea Mark. 3y. 2 Mr Ma-rbewe's Crumpets. 3t 81 -» * ry gir Gamm’s Fario. sy. 7-13 Sir Sassoon’• Decadence 11. 37. 7-6 ——* oirett Ere.', Star Bound. Sr. Baatry'a B.dio, 7j. T Mr Corbett's

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

21 Jun 1861

Royal Artillery, had known him longest. Every soldier knew and appreciated his worth, all admired his unsurpassable valour, his uniform cuolnesa and his skill in gunnery, while his undeviating affability and kindness endeared him even the most thoughtless

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

31 May 1823

of Tulips, at the house of Mrs Farrow, in Claypath, on inlay last. whcn tl,e P ritt were adjudged follow : hil Stoddart Ist, 3d, and 41h, with Primis, of Holland, and L'lncomparahlc; Mr Win Wilkinson with Maddox's Yellow; Mr John McDonald with I.ord odge

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

31 Aug 1877

Dalkeith, Mr KnatcbnU-Hugesaen, M.P. ; Mr Balfour and Uily M. Balfour and Misa M. Balfour, Mr W. and Lady Ann Blount, Mr (irauville Farqnhar, Lord Itoaebemr, the Hon. C. Harbor'd, the Hon. G. O. (tore, Mr Montagu Cony, the Hon. George Vernon, Lady Georgina

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

23 Mar 1932

isonsi; Mr Ralph Holmes. Jun.. Mr Harry Peacock. Mr Sinclair Holmes (grandsons); Mr H. Turnbull (son-in-law i. Mr and Mrs Roland Jennings. Mr and Mrs W. Lodge. Mr and Mrs 8. Huntley. Mr and Mrs A. Dixon. View article

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Jarrow Express

Jarrow Express Durham, England

3 May 1901

mother, and Countess in bee own right, married Mr. Clifton, who afterwards known as Mr. Abney Hastings, and finally as Lord Donington. It is said thatthe entail ending the time—Lord Donington persuaded his wife to leave Loudoun away froni her eldest son

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

28 Jul 1837

wav-le«v«*» lor p io'i(r eoals, I,, and paaarucer,. ..I e..al ol.lv. Mr W w«-alleast p.euialtne .U IMIII-UC Ins aeli.ni. and licit the lot a. lo U'.iiMMled. Mr Vh-saoder . . I his laodslilp two it-..1 law. ..( 10. I>.r.l.h'|. took lode, lor the U-»

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

16 Feb 1906

assembled to make a pre to John Hall. -e <,f .he.r pUyerv the orcasioo his raai»ria|{e- Mr C . Gallon mad the presentation, which consisted ofvCT-mounbwl snint case, suitably inscribed. Mr Hall, m respond mg. thanked the members for the beautdid which he would

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Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette

Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette Durham, England

16 Mar 1953

;.> of pay with excellent bonus si Mt-rae.—Apply Mr Appleby, above address, any time week-days, and biiurdays 9-12.80. X RUSH Green Hospital. Romford. Essex (247 Bodsi. Student Nurses are Required 'his hospital, training allowances £2OO first year second

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

10 Jun 1820

studied neglect. The Officer left the Hotel, apparently mortified; but whether his offer proceeded from the suggestion of his own g '.llantry, or from orders which had received from his pe.ior , were unable ascertain. Friday, Juttc 'J. —li'. r M ijesty was

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

27 Oct 1927

illness of himself and his wife, and had lost his pension of '.163 a year. Mr. J. K. Sleeman, the mate of the steamer Jarrix. .saved the William Elliott, errand boy, Blyth. yesterday. Klliott was cycling along the quay when his machine struck obstruction

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

27 Apr 1838

repeated it in Durham, that his election expeuces were paid !by llarlaud, well those of his petition. i far from this being the case, it appears, the au-1 thority of Mr Harland, his counsel, and his three friends, that, on Mr Rogers suspecting, from the

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

24 Jun 1870

rottoi of Mr Wrathallp graangrocar. agod §7. Ai Friaragaa, Middlatoa-Al. Ooorga. 15tk inat, Sarah, rellet of lata Mr agad tt. Ai Long Mcwtoa, loth toot, Blaakalk, vita of Mr John Wllaon, farmar, aged tt. Ai BMr Slownit

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

2 Aug 1867

business matters with Mr .Salvin, and none longer than his worthy friend Mr Scawin, Durham. had long served the family of the Salving, and trusted he might yet live to serve three or four generations (laughter). He said this because Mr appeared to be a n

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Durham Chronicle

Durham Chronicle Durham, England

2 May 1829

2Jd olt., A lex. McKie.to Miss Susannah Laird.—At Great Langton, near Northallerton, the 20111 till., Mr Scurr, tun., to Ann, daughter of .Mr Thomas Flinloir, of that place At Chapel, in Weardale, the IHIh ult., Mr Sam. Taylor, of Blanchlnnd, gamekeeper

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

15 Aug 1834

tho if* the *he M alive and there must neither troth nor rmg between thee and me.* 'f his is the Devonshire tradition of the 'old warrior,* r.s they mil him, ami his lady. «tory is, that as they were on the way a round -tone fell from tin* s*ky, the intended

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Durham County Advertiser

Durham County Advertiser Durham, England

24 Nov 1837

ion | afforded oil her visil the city banquet. The applications j made to the laird Chamlrerlain l«»r tickets of admission lo the House- of laird#, l.y peeresses and ladies of the higher of the- aristoeraey were U-yond any precedent for very many year*

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