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  • County: Northumberland, England
  • Type: Familynotice

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

20 Oct 1903

Farm. There havo been many changes that long period. We have had four lairds—Colonel Hay, his son Mr William James Hay, his brother Mr Robert M. Hay, and now our present laird, Mr Francis Stewart Hay. marriage are celebrating to-night. (Cheers.) During

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Type: FamilyNotice
Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

20 Oct 1903

Jeffrey, James Colvin, and Mrs Henry Redden. and Mrs Edward O'Brien, and Mrs W. Chisholm, Mr and Mrs P. Feeney, Mr and Miss Mr and Jasper Hunter. Mr .and Mrs James Kinghorn. Mr and Mrs George Service, Mr Walter John Scott.

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Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury

Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury Northumberland, England

23 Sep 1848

Bryson.—On the 19th inst. Mr Absolam Buttery, mariner, to Miss Mary Armstrong.—On the 16th inst Mr Edward Chesser to Miss Ann Grey. At Sunderland, on the 17th inst. Mr Richard Chapman to Mrs Mary Armar.—On the 18th inst. Mr Thomas Hutchinson to Miss Ann

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

6 Nov 1874

herhusband, tnd the baronetcy reverts to his broiher, who is a clvrgymani, and married one of the Lincoln- . shire Chaplirns. DEATH OF MR COLBBOC.-Our obituary of to-day contaiss the announcement of the death ft Mr D W. 0. Colbeck, which occurred on WeLdnesday

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

20 Oct 1903

centred. j (Cheers.) Mr Dough'v.in acknowledging this toast,said feel highly honoured replying to the toast of Mrs Fordyce Buchan, which has been posed in such felicitous terms from the chair, and received enthusiastically. I tender j you Mr Chairman, and to

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Type: FamilyNotice
Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

25 Sep 1874

at the Bodleian Library, until his faculities failed him. Mr H-ackman, be- sides his aptitude for parochial duty, was a scholar of superior order; and at the Bodleian his knowledge of Continental languages rendered his services invaluable to that institution

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Type: FamilyNotice
Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

13 Jan 1888

consecrated at the same time. His lordship left Graveseud with his iamilyon the 15th March of the following year, and immediately upon his arrival in his new field of labour he began thab woik which be so faithfully carried on during his sojourn in the East. A

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

11 Jan 1896

fofund onconscious, lying between tho rails on which his train had travelled about three hours before. He was in his shirt sleeves and his 1t-ft forearm was con off. His two ccart, removed befcre his arm was sovered, were found a few yards away, r.urned

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

1 Jan 1864

prejudice, have mone readers than Mr Tisackeray, ant yet the loss of ?? of these writers on the eve of Christmas would have struck home no- ?? beyond the private circle of his friends. Whatever the extent or linit of his genius,. Mr Thackeray found the way to

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Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury

Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury Northumberland, England

24 May 1851

At Sunderland, on the 19th inst. Mr Frederick Smith to Miss Elizabeth Kershaw.—Same day, Mr Wm. Cawling to Miss Mary Thompson. At Monkwearmouth, on the. 19th inst. Mr Thomas Gegan to Mrs Mary Peacock.—On the 21st inst. Mr G. Dunn to Miss Mary Ann Massey

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Type: FamilyNotice