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  • County: Northamptonshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

6 Jun 1914

saying that the puede= of his mold be left the flora Oroweephical accompanied by daughter. Mn. Mr. kis Mr. Philip Mr. MOUT Lae. formerly Cicil Lord of Admiralty. Mr. Roommtt at Pkvoeutb, nod will his boa daring lie stay in Leedom. Mr. Romerelt aot lon to Begland

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

14 Nov 1908

the purpose of the Old Av. Perion Art - Mr. Edward Morgan.. paatana ter 0 , 'fork City. on by an FAUrliqunan who then committed snicide and who mad to have ben ont,e Mr M e e. Is likely to wound. breouee hi. foortoca -Tee - old uh. r. with rivet presence

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

11 Jun 1909

Hon. Deha Spencer, Lord and Lady Kn ares borough Lady Desbopoogh, Lady Wimborne. Lord and Lady Guernsey. Lord and Lady St. Oswald, Lady Ilothfieid. Lord and Lady Chevlesmore,’ Lady Theo Acbeson. Lady Frederick Blackwood. Lady Caroline Gordon-Lennox and

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

29 Oct 1907

ball and glanced at thin register lying ea the crater si the barer. llemidsm my owe, the only ram reamatly added we Mr. Radioed Shane sad Mr. Samuel Mertes, both of Landes; sad it wee, therefor, fairly certain that the eaters referred to the two gentlemen

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

31 Oct 1923

supported by Mr. A. E. Hodge and Mr. John Archer (superintendents), and Mr. A. P. Robinson (secretary). The whole of the officers . were re-elected, with thanks for past services, and Mr. W. G. Ward was elected as vice-president in place of the late Mr. Henry

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

12 Dec 1910

This Assembly Hall was fat prophesies of the fate.. la Mr. Tholl2as wee earned without a dissentient. crowded, and when Mr. Aar. Smith resumed his had,_ their way Mr. J. A. AJlwood, Mr. W. Bird, Mr. Bronlitt • east after a romans sad vigorous speech, the

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

30 Apr 1920

present were Aldermen W. P. Hannen, .1. Brown, Councillors A. G. Slinn, T. L. Wright, W. Smith, Mrs. Rose Scott, Mrs. E. Fox. Mrs. S. J. Woohion, Mrs. Yarde, Mrs. E. IT. Stevenson, Messrs. W. B. Spokes, .1. P., C. .1. Scott. C. E. Tommis, R. Smith. G. E.

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Peterborough Standard

Peterborough Standard Northamptonshire, England

5 Mar 1910

sysipathy,' 2 lir &eke% and hamar. Ferri 'With and from Mrs Cow. Mr sad Mrs W. Marriott, Mrs A, Mr and Peearhoe ; With daimon from Mr Etbaridios. Stoke Ferry; With deepest syn. from Mr and Mrs C10d.% Slobs Fe▪ rry; In kind rewaranheimos. from the

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

25 Nov 1910

tnplaQte.) Mr. W. R. Adkins. M.P.. expressed great pleasure in the selection of Mr. Thoma*. Ho was certam that Mr. Thomas would maintain all that was best in the Liberalism that part of the oounty, and take distinct part in the great controversy. knew Mr. Thomaa

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

20 Jan 1911

position other heads of departments, that held his position with the Government the day, and wa« displaced when the new Government came in. Mr. Duke submitted tbut his friend’s contention was not well founded. His Lordship said the right object giving official

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Northants Evening Telegraph

Northants Evening Telegraph Northamptonshire, England

26 Jun 1939

twoyear-olds. Foxtrotter (Mr Beverley Bogert) B-Rochfort Gay Desmond (Mr D S Gales) T Leader Bull and Bush (Mr H T Rich) R Adams Seville (Mr J Hornung) B Jarvis Damask (Mr Leach) J Leach Wild Amye (Mr J S Austen) . C Waugh New Money g (Mr B Barling) . Barling

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Northants Evening Telegraph

Northants Evening Telegraph Northamptonshire, England

12 Dec 1939

Fairbanks’ wife (formerly Lady Sylvia Ashley) was at his bedside when he died- and his son was on his way to the house when death occurred. The famous actor had complained yesterday of feeling ill, but his doctors did not consider his condition serious. He

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

21 May 1910

littered 111 that it war the hymn which Hi. not during the Diamond Jubilee of his nye necientions and straightforward. Is all hi - r • .J. Cur Mr. W. B. Shonsmith. Mrs C. Hogn, Mr. W. J. Edward favoured niere than see other. Th mo ther, gum. Vietoria.

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

8 Dec 1911

and Mrs M'Lareu. ludiai. Kilagre.* Oliver Ijowl- Hwtert and Leon, sdvor candles sticks. the Hun. U and stiver K. St>nrd-*u. book*., Mr. ilathornc Harxiy. and of pMrn.nJm; Mr, Gull and. umbrella: Mr. and Mrs. HtlWtt. silver candlesticks; Mr. and Mrs. Henry

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

7 Jan 1927

Whiteman,pin., Mrs. B. M. Pp:mos, Mrs. B. Waldim Mrs. Pena, Mn. Harris, Mr.. W. fting, Mrs. B. Inning, A. Sprees, Mra West, Mrs. Treadwell, Mrs. Tompkins,_ Mn . Garanisgs. Mrs. (Nibble, Mr. P. Howe, Mr. Illsimaker, Mr. Mr.

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

23 Jul 1910

&Donau—Mr. Bayley IDietriet duperinteadorit). Mr. Farr (District Enmaweri, Farr, Mau Farr. Mr. Franne, Mt. and Mrs, Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Flowers, Mr. and Wm Shim kr. Thompson, Mr. Pens, Mrs. 14-Woolf' oon, Wirldnovon, Mt. and Mrs. Holloway, Mr. tiotterhalt

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Northampton Mercury

Northampton Mercury Northamptonshire, England

26 May 1911

Castle. Lady Caroline and her new friend reached Delaval Hall raid-afternoon. laird Frederick had dispatched telegram larmwortb, where hio mother wa® then staying, informing her oi his safety, and giving instructions for a valet -*‘nt with his clothes

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

8 May 1913

journal. MR. MADDISON'S REPLY. To this challenge the Editor, who M. no doubt, Mr. Maddison, replies thus:— After his experience of the debates at Northampton and Woodford, we can quite under:l.llli Mr. Coutton'e any t o o change the scone. hut his opponent

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Northants Evening Telegraph

Northants Evening Telegraph Northamptonshire, England

17 Feb 1939

Ferguson (father). Br.g-General and the Hon Mrs Ferguson 'grandparents), Lord and Lady H Scott < grandparents*. Mr W Fellowes. Captain FE B Wignall, Andrew Scott and Lady Victoria Scott Hon Alice Brand Hon Mrs Guy Feilden • uncle and aunts). Viscountess

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Northampton Chronicle and Echo

Northampton Chronicle and Echo Northamptonshire, England

9 Jul 1920

7 others. 3.2 O.—SUN LADY (J. Dines), 1; LADY I RISCA (F. Slade), 2: SIRIAN (A. Garnett), 13. Also run: Special, Aviemore, Giorette. Betting: 6 to 4 agst Lady Riaca, 2 to 1 Glorette, 6 to 1 each Simian and Special. 20 to 1 SUN LADY and Aviemore. 3.50.

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