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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

19 Oct 1905

Norfolk cosi tend. Mr. Mellor; Britannia, Mrs. Mel. • Ion; Sir Peter Tamale. Mr. J. T. ralcnr, : Lady Towle, Mrs. J. A. Baker: Japanese girl. Mud E. Stewart; Laird, Mr. A. E. Mellor: wounded soldier, Mr. A. Realm; DUO,. Miss Jean Munro jester Mr. I H. Seel;

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

21 Jul 1906

- ilVses Mr. Pateinan (gr. Mrs. Ind,,«* Mr. Hazel (gr. to Mrs. Hurst ot and Mr. T. Ridge (gr. to Mr. Warlejb bread and cakes, !^„ s Mrs. Bolton and Mr. H. Brown ; Rework, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Cooper . C. Rose and Mr. B. Cooper; S flowet-s, View article

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

1 May 1914

and Mrs. PeiLam-Bnrn held a reception at Hereford Gardens, lent by Sir Archibald and Lady Orr-Ewing (brother of Mrs. Pelham-Bnrn). The guests included Sir Archibald and the Hon. Lady Orr-Ewing. Sir Fowell and Lady Victoria Buxton, Elizabeth Lady Orr-Ewing

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

7 Dec 1945

daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McMeekan, son and daughter-inlaw; Mrs Dalziels, Mr. S. H. Dalzicls, Mr. Percy Doe, Mr. H. Rivers. Mr. A. W. McClure. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Laird. Mr. and Mrs. James, View article

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

27 Jul 1923

Brooks, his wife, for using tnrcats towards him. —Prosecutor said that on July 13 he was making inquiries about some pigs Church Lane, when Mrs. Brooks came out of her hut with gun, and said she would blow his brains out. Mr. Brooks said to his wife,

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

21 Aug 1926

canteen among the members and toast his jolly good health. * * * There is no drink to the Englishman like his beer. Tempt him though you might with wine, if only you could get it cheaper, yet, like the gentleman in Algiers, his soul would still sentimentally

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

23 Jul 1938

Rettendon Parish Council, the Chairman (Mr. R. Pratt) suggested that the members might • thinlf it a good idea to co-opt a lady on the Council, in order to get the woman's point of view. * * * No, I don't, said Mr. Cooper. I : don't think we shall get

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

2 May 1914

CROSBY—GRAY. At the Parish Church, Laindon, Saturday, the marriage took place of Mr. A. Crosby, of Mr. and Mrs. W. Crosby, Wickford, with Miss Edith Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gray, of Laindon. The Bector, the Bey. H. Carpenter, officiated. Miss N. Gray

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

27 Jul 1906

E. Clapton. j The prise-winners were Mrs. Choat, Mrs. Wisbey. Mrs. Mrs. H. Emery, Mrs. J. Lagden. Mrs. Self, Mrs. Sheaf, Mrs. w. Lagden, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. W Wright, Mrs. Widter Wright. Mrs. R. Bright. View article

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Grays & Tilbury Gazette, and Southend Telegraph

Grays & Tilbury Gazette, and Southend Telegraph Essex, England

12 Sep 1908

boyle: bread, Mr. A. Smith; polat*'*©, Mr. T. Rid. guv I!; butter, fowls, ami egg*, •Mr. Squi r; table decorations. Mrs. Whit* more: and Mr. C. Br« « • man wurrel. Mr. i. horses Mr Roland Partridge and Mr. r. Laird: hunten*. etc.. Mr David hnsry. jun

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

5 Aug 1927

Ketley, l first, 1 third; Mrs. G. Wright. Mrs. F. Lemon, Mrs. E. Saveall. Mrs W. E. Bird, 1 first; Mrs. J. Eve, 2 seconds; Mrs. A. White, Mrs. R. Lodge, Olive Lemon. 1 second; Mrs. M. Field. Mrs. G. H. Cornell. Mrs. Cottey, Mrs. Newman, Miss Phyllis Cornell

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

2 Aug 1929

Needlework.—Mrs. Thornton. 2 firsts. 1 second. third; Mrs. Parker, 1. 1; Miss P. Khead, 1, 1 0; Mrs. Mrs. Longley. Mrs. C. Johnson, 1 first; Mr*. E. Shead, 1 second, l third; Mrs. A. Candler. Mrs. 0. Smith. 1 second: Mrs. E. Everard. thirds: Mrs. T.

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

22 Oct 1909

exceeding his usual prerogative. When times are particularly bad there is temptation to go in for a change all round. Snappit Up. Laird (to the gamekeeper): What terrible weather we have had this summer, Donald Gamekeeper: Aye, you're right, laird. Only

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

11 Sep 1925

Details (Clacton ladies first) : Singles: Miss Gadsden 1, Mrs. Garnham Miss King 1, Miss Beckton 0; Mrf. Bowe 1. Miss Bangs Mrs. I, Miss Garnham Miss Wootton 1, Miss Morton 0; Mrs. Turner 0, Mrs. Goody 1; Mrs. Ritchie 1, Mrs. Laird 0; Miss Bowe O.Miss Darnells

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

10 Aug 1906

John Sydney Williams for a divorce by reason of his wife's bigamy and misconduct with the co-respondent, Mr. Charles William Laird, stated to a private gentleman. Mr. Barnard, K.C., for the petitioner, said his client was a medical student when he met the

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

23 Oct 1926

to the farm. Mr. Furze told witness that someone must have pulled down wire and let the cattle out.—Mr. Furze informed the Bench that got a lot of stray stuff off tho Common on to his fields. He knew nothing of this incident until his man fetched the

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

25 Aug 1900

Aug. 18, Mr. Arthur B. Hatch, of Clareuce Road, Brondesbury, aud his son Arthur, aged 13, were bathing near the Jetty, when the former got out of his depth, and not being able to swim, was -_rrie.l away by the strong ebb tide. The b.y hearing his father

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

24 Jun 1938

cigarettes, value 1/11, the property of his employer, Mi. M A Hunt, High Street, Halstead.—Mr. Ronald Long represented prosecutor, and defendant was represented by Mr, R. Proudfoot.—Mr. Hunt said that when he closed his shop at night on May 23 he marked some

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

11 Aug 1906

divorce by reason Ins wiie's bigamy aud misconduct with the co-respondent, Mr. Charles William Laird, stated to be a private gentleman. Mr. Barnard, K.C., for the petitioner, said his client was a medical student when he met the respondent in 1899. She was

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

28 Apr 1934

on day of Miss Ella Iris Johnson-Laird only daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson-Laird, of 45 King's Road, Brentwood formerly Tavistock, Devon, with Mr. John Herbert Boreham, only son of Mrs. E. C. Boreham and tlje late Mr. J. H. Boreham, of the Post-o'ffice

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