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  • County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

4 May 1927

in betk the Rome and Peewit Mee. The Chief leaked very pleased with them:l.o satoried his private aloe, where as awaited him. 'Ca marcher he cried, remaking fee MR of cigars. that French? inquired Purnsamo. Me. Irish. It means 'Go ahoy:* Anything deur

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Daily Record

Daily Record Lanarkshire, Scotland

15 Dec 1917

and a painting Mr. Brownlie Docherty will be sold. Second-Lieut. William Laird, Coldstream Guards, reported killed, was a son of the late Mr. James Laird and of Mrs. Laird, Holly bush, Ayrshire. He was grandson the late Sir William Laird, Glasgow. Educated

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

8 Jan 1887

Brander, Clarkston ; Rev. Mr Green,Greengairs ; ex-Provost Black, Honorary Sheriff Russell, Mr Gavin Black, Mr William Black, Mr James Mitchell, Aachengray ; Bailie Brown, Mr J. M. Alston, etc. On the motion of Mr Green, Mr Whitelaw took the chair, and

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

30 Apr 1982

the Community Centre. Mrs Edgar from Lesmahagow assisted by Mrs Simpson showed the members how to do a Macrame. Each member did a peice of the work and there were some eery good results. Mrs Isobel Stodart thanked Mrs Edgar and Mrs Simpson for a very happy

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1901

Metal appoinunent in the States. Mr Laird's father of the Kick Session atNewinaina who over to the greet majority quite rottenly. Mr Laird wise well epoken of with regard to his work in America, and he (Mr Harper) had high certificate. from America in hie

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Apr 1852

f the laird baring secured his escape, slid also of procuring his pardon at Court. and sabsistiag him in quality empire, and mthsttining his followers in their moderate and ordinary expenses, O'Neil granted and assigned one-half of all his land estate

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1874

fipringhank. KirMat& loch—l knew the late Mr Todd, and Kr MAOkeratin. Mr Todd was a drunken old foolish maa and out of his senses with drink. I could not say whether Mr Mackenzie bad any influence over Mr Todd. I think Mr Mackenzie might have been more careful

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1891

condition , but while lie comforted her in his own way as best he could, be could ill conceal his anger at bin laird's eldest son. Ne'er heed him, my legible, ho said. pressing ter tearful face on his bosom ; a lad like that isna worthy tear o' thine

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Wishaw Press

Wishaw Press Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1980

then take time this weekend to look in at LAIRD CARPETS, at SS THORNBRIDGE ROAD, GARROWHILL. Here you will find Mr Laird on hand to advise and assist, and you will be sure of finding a bargain here among his excellent stock. Here are just a few examples

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Coatbridge Leader

Coatbridge Leader Lanarkshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1908

dinner in the Royal Hotel, Coatbridge. Mr Finlay Roes, works' manager, occupied the chair, supported by Treasurer Davidson, Mr It, L. Kerr, Mr Russell, Mr Morrison., Mr M. Steel, Mr Caird, Mr Clark, and Mr Crossley. Mr Thomas Watson, assistant works' manager

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

6 Nov 1927

A few miles to the west of Mrs Maclean's Morayshire home lives another lady of the manor whose interests lie in quite a different direction—Mrs Grant Peterkin of Grange Hall, whose husband is vice-convener of the county. Mrs Grant Peterkin devotes most

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Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News

Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News Lanarkshire, Scotland

21 Oct 1905

bountifalty laden: Mrs tplatform), Mrs Lightbody. Mrs '%flifor. Moe Jaoksoa, Mini Dickson. 11M Mrs *Neil. Mrs WlCerrcan. . 14 M. Mr, Craig, Mrs Greg. MISP Ikmaid• Iles kl'Ewati, Mim Baxter, Mrs Jenkins, bougal. Mrs Beath, Mrs Loudon. Mrs View article

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

20 Nov 1927

of his gifts is his ability as an after-dinner speaker and raconteur. A Laird as Musician. Music in tho»Eigin district is indebted for a great deal to the enthusiasm of Colonel W. .T. Johnston, the genial laird of Lesmurdie The Colonel was in his place

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Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner

Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 May 1889

Still there was no doubt that Mary was a granddaughter of the Laird, and as his heart would probably warns to a daughter of his dead son, it was resolved to lay toe matter before him. The Laird had just returned from Edinburgh, and Silas went to the Castle

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

13 Jun 1888

Prince's tartan cloak, lent by Mr Cluny Macpherson lends • target Murray Threipland; his saddle, which; of wood, covered with leather, which Robert Chambers presented to Mr Threips the Prince bore at Culloden. This land his baptismal napkin, and the last-named

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Coatbridge Leader

Coatbridge Leader Lanarkshire, Scotland

29 Jan 1916

from a great hole in the centre of.his forehead directly above his nose, there was removed a large piece of shell, a piece of wood, and part of his cap. For twenty days Private Dawson hovered between life and death. His face became swollen and black, and

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Coatbridge Express

Coatbridge Express Lanarkshire, Scotland

31 May 1939

M.. Mr A. Biggar), 3rd A (S.M.. Mr Dickson), 3rd it (S.M., Mr Bruteiiie), 3rd - C (S.M., Mr Strachan). which all meet at the Seoul Hilt, Wood Slree'l, the 4th (Secondary Se Mori) (SM., Mr P. Wilson). and the 16th (Mantel'. Chun'll) (S.M.; Mr Campbell)

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

17 Oct 1920

from his tenantry and employees, is one of the most popular of the younger generation of Highland lairds. The comingof age ceremony ought to have taken place in 1915, but the young laird was at that time engaged in grimmer work in the trenches. His father

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

25 Oct 1890

to the desire !mkt • Mr (rßrica t.b bv proponl. Al.net tit h member of e Mr Tres tb• Mr ;;;14;r11(7 yr Brien the MAJORI TY O DERS F THE LIE LAIRD OF EL 1. - iet night • dinner given in the Omega A. ',lrk Tows Hall. Poky, by Mr Hiders I. eelebestion

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North British Daily Mail

North British Daily Mail Lanarkshire, Scotland

18 Jun 1883

and they have heard the other side. Mr Macdonald of Tormore, for himself and his former landlords; Mr Macdonald, of Fortress, for Lord Macdonald and other lairds; Mr Robertson, factor; Mr Mackay, chamberlain to Lady Matheson, and others too numerous to

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