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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

22 Mar 1913

yeara of her life She alao held aimilar oftiro in AU*t* andra'a houaehotd. Antrim i« Earl Cirey Lady Minto of I>«*wu»h.re daughter of Mr of Wiud»or 'lall and Lady DuwQfthiro & \cr*alil« woniao, and am a r«*«ull Hrr and |turi»uit« art' quite She likm opro-ftir

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

30 Dec 1933

473 15s. Bd. left £4OO, his consumable stores, and an annuity daring widowhood of Ills wife.* left £1» each his grandchildren. His interest in certain property in Monmouthshire is to be sold and the pro coeds held upon trust for his daughters. Mice Isabella

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

7 May 1892

to the rearhed him concerning rhe poisoning of his keep, and could « • famous rolt. who. his Grace hoped would Her Majesty s approval, and olhers surpass even the splendid record of his great interested. Mr. , nuth s »«»n s ,i « sire Ormonde ihs fathers

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

2 Dec 1939

table and a verv hard bed comprising the furnish- i*igs of their temporary home. Mr. and Mrs. Constantine, their friends assure them, are in clover. However, Mr. and Mrs. Pryce-Watts have wisely decided that the children shall not told of this, at any

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

11 Jul 1931

*76 Strummer (Mr M Peacock) Peacock Pas Du Tout (Mr Renton) Renton J Wicket (Mr J Gorman) .. B Jarvis 7 4 Mom* Meg (Mr J Gorman) B Davis 7 4 Alrain (Mr J Walker) Burn. « Nuntoi (Mr Mason) Bmme 7 7 3 Harlthorpe Cry (Mr 4 j Quick Despatch (Mr Paton) Burns

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

11 Apr 1939

Benina m (Mr C POrbee) J 4 7 8 Menton (Mian Dorothy Paget) • 1 Mountain Bangor (Mr BoSS/*** 476 Gay CaTalier (Mr John Bel if * * (Mr J Hirttj 7 usds? 4 Botbaeblld) P Pratt 4 7 3 (Mr Baardon 4 3 Holbatn (Mr 8 Anataai) Wangb 4 7 2 Jeroboam (Mr A P JaekM

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

8 Jun 1935

3 58. Ten ran. 4 A— JUVENILE SELLING PLATE of 110 vs; two-vcar-olds Five furlonir* 8 9 Mr VaAev'4 NOCTILUCE f J Roovtt 1 8 9 Mr Hedley’s LAIRDS HILL W Carr 8 8 Mr J ARMERA R A Jones Alto ran: ourt Circle (J Dines). Six Reams Fox). (W Nevettl, Eva naeline

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

8 Sep 1926

previous Mr. E. H. Woods had publicly declared that the houses were not being erected according to plans and speoifiontions. Mr. Whittpn now the chairman of the Housing Committee, Mr. bain** any in vest urns had been made into the charge*, made by Mr. Wood

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

5 Oct 1937

fined £2, •> report ne top bottom. Mr- A. F. Laird prosecuted Mr W. M ted front. •• What is tlie good cutting off our E. Attale was tor Dunn, and Mr. H. S. xecutive bad called upon own Socialist noses In order spite Mr. Jackson for Harries. Both pleaded

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

2 Dec 1911

property is Mr. Joseph Cooke. MEN’S OWN SOCIETY.—-On Saturday evening the attendance was only moderate. The chair was occupied Mr. W. C. Langstaff, and the following programme, arranged by Mrs. J. H. Hudson, was given: —Solo, “River of years,” Mrs. Hudson:

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

1 Feb 1913

Pneatley; violas. Mr. W. Dixon. Mr W Oouldmg Mr A 0. J. ’celloe. H. O.'Moas and U. E. Seely, double base, Mr. J. : flutes. Mr. U. C. H. Mr ;. R ( Seely, Mr. J. T Dawkins; oboe. Mr W Stmthern . clarionets. Mr J » .. . bassoon. Mr C. Bean; eorneta, Mr. J H.

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

2 Mar 1932

Grandma, from Mr. and Mr*. Lacey, Janette and Eileen; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lealand: Mrs. Doughty. Jack and Nellie (East Barkwithi; Mr. Blades; the W’omen’s Hour Fellowship. Wesleyan Church. Skegnessj Bert; Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Gov ; Mr. and Mrs. (Harby); All

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

8 Jun 1901

Smb m—^m (ntarott. If bettor value. Mr. P. MBpwMff, Calk fhePMeldentef fhaffehneappaintod Mr. Vtonele J. B. Bopwoed, C.H., C.M.0., to he the H—Hi fleerotery the Beard Itodo la atom late Hr Courtenay Beylto K.C.B, Mr. was born la IMO, and mteesd the •sard

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

12 Feb 1930

to release his sou from the unhappy engagement. John (Lord ’ieylesmore) mtoims his relatives that put the engagement notice the paper without the consent or of Ills fiancee, and in reply to his query as howlie could such thing, asks how his father dare

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

4 Apr 1914

every proposed that Mr. Cooper vice-captain, and this was agreed to. Mr. Perrin (the Secretary), eaid wished boston amateurs ~ CRICKET CLUB. I%n thVt.ro ti»ition of Mr. Salter, Mr. Dyer was oliliscd request her] 1,1 Mr. r. J. Ito.vce. Mr. *»» elected • m

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

27 Dec 1907

was closed, and beheld the lovers, the light died oat of his eyes, and dropped hta hat as started back. ” Effle—that is. Miss Grant,” exclaimed ; while Mackenzie bent his brows the famdiarity“Mr. “Mr. Douglas? I thought yon were m London P” said Effle. amazed

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

4 Jan 1930

twtor. Mrs Beri*. Mrs. r Peak. Mrs. A. C. Caowell. Mr*. A. Bm.-eu. Mr*. Hieglns, Mm. Wklagton. Mr. and Miss Tyler Mr. Godfrey Smith, Ur_JT. ft. CaMwe-.1, Mr. T. dristoa Mr. Good acre Mr. H. Smith tCresay Holl). and Miss P. E, Byrne. CARNIVAL DANCE AND WHIST-

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

17 Jan 1931

many real |yincoln*hire name* to found. Mr. Oave hiniaelf come* from Fleet and Mr*, litre from Hnalding. The Otairttian, Mr. H. A. Bell*, who now fire* at 2XI, Mos ton-lone. Manchester, give* hi* origin Quadring and Mr*. Hett* a* Grantham. Among the other

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

16 Apr 1898

yon think Mr. Blomson?’* Second lady: “Ho only needa instinct be perfect brute f fle:“Bb you know, wha? l like. about sister Is the way she kxAs you itratofet in. the face whan she's talking to yen.” She: “Yes, baa awM bod profile. A lady a certain age

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

16 May 1914

St. Germans. General and Mrs. Moncrieff, Mr. William GiUett, Mr. and Lady Constance (Wide Pemberton. Colonel and Mrs. Fred Gore, Captain and Mrs. Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. John Villiers, Mr. and Mrs. Lister Kaye, tin* Hon. Mrs. Maxse. The reception was

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