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  • County: Kildare, Republic Of Ireland

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

13 Oct 1951

Camp. His Ix>rilsliip. Most Rev Dr. Ki-onh, Bishop of Kildare and prosidod at Solemn llioh Mass to which every unit in Camp paraded. The Church was specially decorated lor the occasion, the beautiful altar to Our Lady being especially impressive. His Lordship

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

1 Aug 1925

Caatleroo. Maganey. -. Mr*. X. Neill. Rathloolc. Ballyl<'rc; das* C Buck and Brake, any breed 1 Mr*. ITanuali Kirvvan, Castlcroe. Macanev. 2. Mrs N. Neill, Ralhtoole, Hass Pair ol Turkey*- I. Mrs. IJf Kirwan. Castlerae. Maganey; 2. I Mrs T'sile Kilkea. Ca

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

23 Dec 1916

who sent gifts. Over £4O was realised. The following ladies had charge of the stalls Mrs. Cassidy, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Scott, Miss Lord, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. E. Hamilton, Mrs. Brownlie, Mrs. Tedcastle and Mrs. Jsmasun.

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

15 Apr 1899

Coartoaay.Mr 3 Redmond, MP; Mr Career, UP; Mr O'ltrlen, Mr Bailor. Mr Cooke, QC; Mr aad Mra W P Moakhoaaa, Mr EJPnU Mr M Mr John Wldper, R Widpar, Hr Joseph idger, Mr H B Orareod, Mr M Moon. Or and Mr* D FOoady, W Mar. phy,

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

23 Apr 1898

Captain and Mrs Murray, T Miller, Mr H T Pemberton, Mr J T Gough, and Mrs Purcell Gilpin, Mr and Mrs W Pallin, Mr L Fenrhyu, Captain and Mrs Stannns, Mr J Whittle, Mr 8 R Carter, Dl; Mr K L Supple, DI; Mr N J Flanagan, View article

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

28 Dec 1901

he unlocked his private drawer and committed his will to the flames. In it had left Mitchell all that he possessed. The weeks hung heavy his hands till December, when determined to make his usual winter visit to London. Hullo!” exclaimed his old chum, General

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

24 Nov 1888

and bears what his mother endured for his preservation, he will be monster if his heart is not filled with love and reverence for her. cradle has been turned into coffin at the request of lady living Wallingford. U.S. Many years ago the lady, who is now

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

14 May 1887

polishing things up generally. He was always dilligent at his work, and never forgot his position domestic. He was called Sol'’ by the family. went away of his own accord, having laid by about £BO of his scanty earnings. Nothing more was heard or thought of

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

1 Aug 1925

Campbell; 2nd, Mr. H. Mr> Mr * Churchtown. J. Simpson: 3rd, Mr. G. P. Farran. 2, » s °- . , . Ml . w „ . 0,,,! Class 64-Best Pen of Three Lambs, MrJ“g 6 • Sri' Wd Art Srdfckpt My. H bred by exhibitor—l. A. Lawlor. Mr. Lotelias-lst, Mr. Pj C Breok. ;

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

7 Jan 1922

who, giving (because could not lielp it) such men Bay Middleton ana some of his compeers stone in a point point race in the shires, beat them all. But perhaps Mrs. Bunbnry, his sister-inlaw, lias proved its most accomplished eleve, for go where she will

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

24 Jan 1931

classes now in A thy. Mr. Long—Yea, four in the week. Mr. Henderson—What sort of attendance is there? Mr. Long—Pretty good. Mr. Henderson—Were there some things got for these classes which have been taken to Naas? Mr. Long—Yes; Mr. Fenwick uses them in

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

30 Oct 1920

Drumgoole, K.C., when Mr. W. J. H. Tyrrell, Ballindooliu, Carbary, applied for compensation for damage to his iiouso the breaking windows, doors, chairs, etc. Air. Hamilton. B.L. (instructed by Messrs. White und White), for the applicant. Mr. Tyrrell deposed

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

21 Dec 1935

He had definite recollection oi what took place after that. . . Dr. O’Connell Naas said that Mr. Hanson suffered from high blood pressure. Mr Flett and Mrs. Flctt, the occupants of the second ear., corroborated evidence of the defendant. The Justice

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1932

Aside laird chestnut gelding, by &Uexford—Step Aside lady) was bred the late P. I-eo. haulkner, who met a tial- death Lor don wme three vears ago. He resided at Step Aside.” Cuttagh— hence the name of the Irish Cambridgeshire winner and his dam. Mr. Faulkner

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

17 Jun 1933

Castle, where murdered his guest and then «s»mniunicated this to*aehermis murder u» tlie Quei-n satisfactory evideme* his (Mention t-i h-*r interests. obtained the O’Kelly land' the reward his fidelity and these afterwards left his eon. Garret. This Garret

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

3 Apr 1909

Race. Mr. Felix Byrne’s Rstbsugan, by Roman Emperor—Peril 11., aged (Mr J. Byrne) - Mr. W. Boothman’s ch. g. Braces, 6 yrs. (car. 12st. 101 b.) (Ur. H, Boothman) g Mr. J. Flood’s Castle Hill, 7 yrs. (Mr. , W. R. Koott) 3 Ringleader, 6yr*. (Mr. Mr

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Leinster Leader

Leinster Leader Kildare, Republic of Ireland

25 Nov 1933

Hospital during the month:—lfias Quirke. Carbury; Mrs. Sluml well, Celt ridge; Mrs. I.eiay, C!;mc: Mrs. Lcislip; Mra. O’Sullivan. Miss Kcynolda, M x»nc; Mrs. O’Donoghtr.', Naas; Mss Quinn. Newbridge; and Mrs Slattery, KiU. mid wives in tho Garbary and Jo

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

3 Mar 1883

Titiens) beat Mr. M. Connor’s Tyrconnell (Dragoon —Dollv Mayflower). Mr. T. H. Walsh’s Lady Fair (Rough and Ready —Fair Deceiver) beat Mr. J. J. Feeley’s Prince (Maurice M’Grath —Go Bang). Mr. E. Kelly’s Kathleen (Defence —Cassignia) beat Mr. M. Shanks’s

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

5 Nov 1932

Cambridgeshire winner and his dam. Mr. Faulkner was great enthusiast about everything pertaining to the breed of the race-horse and, if had been spared, there would have been prouder man the ( course when Step Aside Lord wended his way to the winner’s enclosure

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Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser

Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser Kildare, Republic of Ireland

1 Apr 1905

R M; Mr J W Dm©, MrJ C and Mrs Johnston, Mr E J andMra Burgh Mr E and Mrs Kennedy, Captain Keogh, Colonel Mr and Mrs Morton Wood, Mansfield, Miss Mansfield, Mr E Mansfield. Major and Mrs Maude, Mr P J and Mrs M‘Cann, Mr F

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