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

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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • Type: Familynotice

Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

26 Dec 1844

Church, Joseph, eldest son of Mr. Do*4si»fH of Standish, i« Harriet, youngest daughter of Mr. Townsend, a Pmecster. Dee. 12, at Church. Mr. Wm. Smith, auctioneer, of Owen's street. Hereford, Charlotte, youngest daughter of Mr. Philip Bavhs. currier, of

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

30 Jan 1845

the Rev. Charles Fanshawe, Vicar, Mr. Charles the Crown and Anchor Inn, Stonehouse. to Mr*. Mary Junes, widow of Mr. Jones, of the George Inn, Cambridge, in thi» county. Jan. 21. at Hempstead, the Rev. Thomas Jones. Mr. George Solomon Barton, formerly

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

21 Aug 1845

Homend street. Ledbury, traveller, to Mrs. Morse, relict Mr. W. Morse, of Boulsdon Farm. Newent. Aug. 11. Ledbury. Mr. 8. Hunt, tailor, Mrs. Dix. relict of Mr. Dix, bell and paper hanger. Gloucester. Aug. 12, at St. Mary Lode Church, Gloucester, the Rev

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

24 Dec 1835

presided, assisted Mr. Thomas Lawrence, the senior churchwarden. Thu piece Plaie, handsome Soap Tureen, was placed upon the table opposite Mr. June* soon after dinner, when he was suitably and impressively ail dressed the chairman. Mi. WorraJl. Mr. Jones replied

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

28 Aug 1845

Mm. Mheeler, Mr. James hints, woollen draper, of Blakeney. to Elirabeth. second daughter of Mr. n-. I-awrcnce. organist, Stroud. . 10. Hereford. Mr. F Robert*, saddler, daughter of the late Mr. Recce. Hor. end street, Ledbury. Aug 12. Mr, F. Webb, sc

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

17 Apr 1834

contributed highly to the gaictv of the scene. The stalls were held bv the lion. Mrs and Misses Morcton, Mrs. Hyetl, Mrs. Poulelt Scropc Mrs. W. Stanton, Mrs. Ireland* Mr. M. Helme, HiL Her, Miss Pike, Miss M. Stanton, and Miss Holbrow, and we congratulate

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

25 Oct 1838

S. anrt Mrs. Young. A Mr. James Treasure, 2. Imperial Square Rev. W. If. Bury, 2, 0. el Pi. Mr. Mrs. and Miss Horn*-..*, Pmmenaiif Mr. nod Mrs. Faulkner, if Promenade Villas Mr. and Mrs. Withers, Clarence Street Mr. W. C. i-nd family, Clare Mr. C. Henson

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

9 Mar 1848

of the lute Mr. Thomas F ”.g Rodway, of C.ucis. Feb. 27, the residence Mr. John Hale, Falfieid, near hornbuiy, Miss Ann Hale, 87. •V 27. hi* residence, Bruok-side, Hereford, aged 60, Mr. Win. Price, r Mr. J. Bishop.

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