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  • County: Nottinghamshire, England
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

13 May 1950

Little Oem (4). Melody (6). Surprise (6). Conduit (8). 7.18 (335yds h^cap): Black Boy (acr). Ration (aer). Helen (2). Lady (2). Lady B (2). ROVER (2). 7.38 355yds h'cap): Fiver (*cr). Ego (4). PUPBY (6), Pawn Lad (6), March (8). 7.48 (535yds h'cap): Beef

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Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

1 Jul 1950

money favourite to an easy victory in the opening event, Mr, C. W. Jackson, who lives at Darlington, was present to see his four-year-old defy a 101b. penalty for his Doncaster success and gain his third win of the season. EDINBURGH (going firm.) 2n CRAIGMILLAR

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

29 Apr 1950

Careful Annie. Mr. J. E. Jewell, of Croydon, bought May's Choice privately for 200 guineas from Sam Hanley’s brother in Irdgnd and the filly to-day gave him his wst success on the flat. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill went into the parade ring, Mr. Churchill

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

11 Jul 1950

contact with Mr. Churchill and his Party. By a strange coincidence, most of them would be those very Ministers the majority of the nation would like to be rid of if Moscotv is ierious about a third world war. Bookshelf Not a nice young lady CORA PEARL,

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Mansfield & Sutton Recorder

Mansfield & Sutton Recorder Nottinghamshire, England

26 May 1988

Dibble. flyer anyline Mrs K Bacon. full bowie Mrs A Proud. Raf. flea won by Mrs E Caudell. Mrs J Robinson. Mrs G Gre. dory. Mrs E Fell. Mr B Bta nier. Mr H Renshaw. Host• rears. Mrs 0 Clarke and Mrs N Tarry Tue;da.; bind° caller was Mr Davies. Winners aniline

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Football Post (Nottingham)

Football Post (Nottingham) Nottinghamshire, England

2 Apr 1966

command coming to the last. It was there that Briefed made his only mis• take, ensuring victory for Bandar. It was a family success. Bandar, owned and ridden by Tim, Is trained .by his father, Mr. Denni, Nicholson, a veterinary surgeon, at Wells. Jurt before

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Mansfield & Sutton Recorder

Mansfield & Sutton Recorder Nottinghamshire, England

22 Nov 1990

granddaugter; Mr and Mrs R Allsop. sister and brother-in-law: Mr and Mrs H Diem(t. brother and sister-in-law; Mr and Mrs B Wilson. sister and brotherin-law. Mr C Staples. Mrs 1 Robinson: Mrs 1 Chaplin; Mr and Mrs B Almond: Miss D Frost. View article

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

3 May 1950

Notts. Ladies’ Golf Club, in a match with Wollaton, at Hollinwell, won 5|—24. Details: NOTTS.— Mrs. Elliott (8 and 7) 1. Miss Lowe (6 and 5) 1. Mrs O’Callaghan (5 and 1. Mrs. Brocklehurst 2 up) 1. Mrs. Turner Mrs. Attewell 0. Mrs. Wlghly 0. Mrs Ewin and

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

15 Dec 1950

Quarter Sessions He saved his life by clinging to A y 2? P os ®* Mr. J. Handburv from Empipimcui ih.„ yunr. . e ed shaft the nSxl? ILKESTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL COmpetltlOn * . . rt s Proud e*t Nottingham the 'Sfflce? S'nd Medfcri Mr' Bullock. Si^ L r^e / General

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

11 Apr 1950

GOLDEN ROAD NOW 6 to 1 Gordon Well Pleased With His Classic Mount Champion jockey Gordon Richards is hoping that will be third time ! lucky in the 2,000 Guineas at New market on April 26th the 1948 event his mount. Cobbler, was beaten a head by My Babu.

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Mansfield & Sutton Recorder

Mansfield & Sutton Recorder Nottinghamshire, England

11 Jan 1990

N S Mrs F. Davies and Mr Pole 2 Mrs Ogden and Mrs M Vaugnan. 7 Mrs J Watson and Mrs V McKay I Mrs M Pnestky. Mn M Nugent 2 Mr and Mrs I Hackett and Mr and Mrs G Kaney. SAUNDII% CENTRE' Callers for during the week were Mrs S

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Football Post (Nottingham)

Football Post (Nottingham) Nottinghamshire, England

22 Mar 1969

Finch making his League debut —he got his opportunity when Hollins became the latest 'flu victim—and also playing his second game within 24 hours. The young keeper had an unnerving initiation when Hopkinson virtually whipped the ball out of his grasp, made

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

27 Sep 1950

in the fourth round. FOURTH ROUND. Mrs G. Style (Roehamptoni beat Lady Katharine Cairna i Burnham and and 4. Hon. Mra. Joan Coo (Chovin) Mat Mrt. R. W. Sheppard tWalmloir). 3 and 2. Mrs E. B. Horabin (Sandlway) beat Mrs R E Garrett (Ferndown) 4 and 5. Mrt

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Football Post (Nottingham)

Football Post (Nottingham) Nottinghamshire, England

25 Oct 1969

about 150 vards. CANIS COURT. 8. 11.4 P. McCarron 1 FIORE. 7. 11.4, . Mr. J. P. Fawcett 2 WHAT A SOY. S. 11-4 R. Weaver 3 ote Tip. 4- 11.4 Mr. T. Blacker Prt• 1 10.9 Off 332 Trained hi' W. Hall. Towing, 4 :n CARIR COURT. I to 1 Fibre. 1 What a Boy. 7 to

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Mansfield & Sutton Recorder

Mansfield & Sutton Recorder Nottinghamshire, England

11 Dec 1986

family. Mr and Mrs Walton. Miss Cork. hill: Mr. forkful). Mr Herbert. Mr Ball. Mrs Smith. Mr. Gd bt harps; Mrs Tuttle: Mr Alcock. Mrs Hasunerton: Mrs J Allen. Mr and Mr. Day; View article

Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

16 Sep 1950

after Speciality had deprived him of the lead the last 300 vards. Colonist II came again to regain his advantage in the last 30 yards. Mr. Churchill and his horse were given an ovation. W. Nightingall. who trains Colonist 11. said : If all goes well it hoped

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Football Post (Nottingham)

Football Post (Nottingham) Nottinghamshire, England

1 Apr 1967

.. .1. name No .instil.. 6. 1 7 .. It Atkins Ind Pueblo. S. 1 -0 Mr. N Castle. 0 Torby Chalet. 0 1010 Mr. B Davies 0 l'iihrla. 7. 1177 D. Nicholson charge 107 Mr. D. Garner Frit-min. 6 107 t oifford Off 3.30. Trained by P. Cualet. Tunbridge

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

13 Mar 1950

mourners mere: Mr. B. Tomlinson (brother); Mrs A Burt mnd Mrs. J. NmUre-s (mere*l. Mr H Jmrkson (brotherln-la«) Messrs E Jackson and W Tomlinson (neohevs). Mrs Haltam (cousin). Miss F. Nem-bold. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hammond Mrs Crump and Mrs. F Cooper. Members

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

4 May 1950

(4), Howard Mom (51. SEVEN ELEVEN (9), Frosty’Bob (121* res.. Lissycremin Hero (71. Hi Charley (51. 5.5 (525 f/hl; Jacklyn Johnnie (aerl, Magna Lighthouse (51. LAIRD O’BROOKHILL (61. Ellava Train (101. Billy Bak (111; res.. Rose O'Brookhlll (91. Staple

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

7 Feb 1953

former public schoolboy and Cornwall county cricketer, who, in the words of Mr. Justice Oliver, “butchered” his parents, was yesterday found Guilty” at Cornwall Assizes of murdering his solicitor father, Charles Henry Giffard, at Porthpean, on November 7,

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