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4 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Flintshire, Wales
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Article

Rhyl Record and Advertiser

Rhyl Record and Advertiser Flintshire, Wales

1 Feb 1902

af the allowsnao be received from aartaiu smashers of hi. family war* added hi. income would he almost C 1,300. I. 1199 his brother-no-law wok wallow to pay the rest of say bonne witinesai 'ad Lady Itoolys might occupy, sad Ilia own Mourne at the time

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Rhyl Record and Advertiser

Rhyl Record and Advertiser Flintshire, Wales

13 Oct 1900

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

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Rhyl Record and Advertiser

Rhyl Record and Advertiser Flintshire, Wales

5 Jan 1901

1.E., has sohaat6a.. Wird illary aria at the Had masa that Oa Dubs at TM had asked hi. A Fameas Lady Mkt is Lamaism* a is Misolis as Wait st his Mins lariats Rae (Mrs. Wood Ilissomd), Caylse is 'Mies B. bass is ardor wad Mighmes sta. ibo Imo bay artist

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Rhyl Record and Advertiser

Rhyl Record and Advertiser Flintshire, Wales

9 Feb 1901

son of the late Mr. Edward Roberts, solicitor, Rhyl (my late respected principal). I visited his grave and found a beautiful white cross had been erected at the head subscribed for by the Rhylites. His death must have been a sad blow to his wadowed mother

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