Search British Newspaper Archive

Help

Amend Search

Enter the name of the person you would like to search for. Genes Reunited will then search the site for names that match.

If you are searching for a female relation we recommend you start your search using her maiden name.

Filter results by

Help

455 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

Enter the keywords or phrases you are looking for in the search box. You can enter more than one, for example Locomotive or Jack the Ripper.

You can narrow down the results by county, year and article type to get more specific results.

The text in the results may look strange. This is because we have scanned the original newspaper pages using high quality scanners and an optical character recognition (OCR) process which creates the electronic text. Both these processes produce the most accurate results possible; however, it is inevitable that some errors slip through due to the age and condition of some of the original pages. When you view the original image the text will display correctly.

These matches have been found in the British Newspaper Archive. If you would like to read this article, click on the preview image to see more.

You are filtering by:

  • County: Nottinghamshire, England
  • Type: Illustrated

Page 3 + 1 of 23

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
West Bridgford Advertiser

West Bridgford Advertiser Nottinghamshire, England

24 Apr 1926

(given by Mr. W. Peat) Msestice Eyre; mnrmary, £ l3 14 s. 9d. ; Heanor finished their programme, but one the I nst i tute , 15 tables being oc- Nottingham. There were plenty of free The chief mourners were Mr. 3, Load of by D. Flint )Mrs. J. Moss; 4

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

30 Sep 1941

judge ?” he suggested helpfully. His secretary was sent for. No, she shook her head sadly, that wasn’t Mr. Wilson. Perhaps she was wrong, I thought hopefully. A man is never a hero to his valet, but he often is to his secretary. Perhaps she saw him through

View article
Type: Illustrated
South Notts Echo

South Notts Echo Nottinghamshire, England

3 Feb 1939

he was fond of outrageous dishes, and fearless in his experiments on his digestive apparatus. Like Thackeray, he had the courage of his gastronomic convictions, and has left an imperishable record of his love for roast pig, cow-heel and brawn. I am no Quaker

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

22 Jan 1910

popular is wield. His ad* is owl IM very d omen of iM prima Lord Issaly. obi& Lady sad lady Purnell, lard Marled is a IM brie Gomm boss bad as than soma barsaiary titan sawfanad air Paid Ors la Mar sad loss nab as ' kWh bongo fa l lard sad Lady Iwo as oily

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

4 Mar 1932

of the loveliest girls in Society. They included Lady Georgiana Curzon, the Hou. Sylvia Coke, Miss Pamela Paget, and Lady Joan Chetwynd Talbot. Another Item on the agenda Is the election new secretary, Mr. T. Moseley being the only nominee. Many tenants

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

9 Nov 1849

Mew . Heresies has emerged from his cradle ; is, indeed, • run man, with thoughts or the fair sex; aad • young lady wanes to his father shouse on a visit. Hamden, eseorting her to church, offers his arm. Young lady, dabbles of the propriety of sampling

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

7 Dec 1849

inmates who were of his parsimion.—After a We mom obeervetioes in reply to Mr. Apathies speech, the question was put, when there appeared 8 in Divine of Mr, Armibees amendment, and 2 against it. Mr. Smites motion was therefore not put, and Mr. King's was withdrawn

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

25 Jun 1941

business meetings in Nottingham. Mrs. A. R. Henderson, president I the Nottingham branch, presided at the luncheon, and among other local ladies were the Lady Mayoress (Mrs. W. Halls) and the Sheriff’s wife (Mrs. L. J. Levin). Mrs. Ness spoke warmly of Nottingham’s

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

3 Feb 1865

Park again, Mr. Page would not ashamed to call them his sons and his lads. (Loud cheers.) .. ~ Col.-Sergeant Cumbsrland proposed The Visitors, coupling Mr. G. Smiih’s name with the toast. Mr. Smith briefly acknowledged toe compliment, and Mr. Hickliko also

View article
Type: Illustrated
West Bridgford Advertiser

West Bridgford Advertiser Nottinghamshire, England

26 Nov 1927

absence of Mr. R. Stoddard (President), presided over the gathering, and introduced the lecturer, Mr. W. H. Tuck, County Instructor, who took for his subject The root development of plants and its bearing on soil management. The lecturer had his subject

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

29 May 1890

Dslksilh. SaUahargh. sad Midcaldar. Mr. Gladalsas will tha gaast of Lard aad Lady Roaebavy ssDalmsay during assy ia Midlothias: sad also pay visits ta Lard sad Lady at Hsddo Hoc so, Ahsrdssashlrs. aad Mr. aad Lady Balsa Maaro-Ptrgnaaa at Rsith Haase,

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

11 May 1849

were about 400 shareholdees present. Mr. Budwai, the chairman (*King, r it was stated in UM room, under ad• vice). wen not pre vet, bat Sir John Simpson, Mr.Plews and Mr. Richardson, member, of the ts.arJ, and Mr. Davis, the depets-cliainnan, were in

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

29 Sep 1942

foreman, of 1 Corby-road, Mapperley, was accused receiving two ladies coats, value £ll 12s. 6d-. th* property Kathleen Hannah, 4 Bramcote-drive, Woilaton. and further receiving ten pairs of ladies' silk stockings. Value 355, belonging to Rothwell Gowns Ltd

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

14 May 1947

to Mrs. C. H. V. Elliott and 6). Mrs. C. A. Duncan lost to Mrs. A. H. Bloomer (2 and I>. Miss Rofle lost to Mrs. R. C. Harrison (2 up). Mrs. L. Baxter beat Miss B. Boam (3 and 2i. Mrs Clarke beat Mrs. T. 8. Granger (9 and 7). Mrs. Marrlon beat Mrs. A

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

7 May 1910

their Mat Mr. leen, , *blotted le abet wee said batted Capaia Gime s hark. Coward What r e thodi the nun for yen hug allured to rasa u Mr. Teen. gLC.. I obsct. Mr. Juno Limner. toe hartory row a ciims. iliac took • Use vases oa both aides. Mr. Cowed. You

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

19 May 1928

has proved his mettle bowler carrying off well-won trophies, lie the chairman of the bowls section of Messrs. I'layers* Athletic Club, and last year was successful In winning the president's cup, presented Mr. J. A. flayer. lie shared with Mr. A. K. Mow

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

2 Nov 1937

Sprague Mr Bnaond't Phaloa. By. 748 b 0 Mr W Can't Bally Aadrava, 9y. W NeTCbl MaJ Cayxtr Btreamatovn, Sy. 7-10 D Ssuth 0 Mr MMBaBaaP totoda. By, 7-8 0 Mr TB.topa.n4 Moartay. «y. Mr ootmu-a Hip Away, 97. 0 Mr O Jarkton'a Mythical Ray. 9y. 7-8 J out Mr O Maraden's

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

12 Sep 1863

Bujny, seised while superintending the gleaning an adjoining field, und brought to his bouse, where his wife and children were flogged in his presence, after which shot, and his boose bant to the ground. In tiro village of Magtmsßewek the clerk Grodxki was

View article
Type: Illustrated
Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

3 Jun 1863

left his bride in Amsterdam, with the object of proceeding to America, in order to better his position. Soon after arrival wrote to his wife, enclosing certain sum of money to enable her to proceed to New York to join him. The letter was sent to his brother

View article
Type: Illustrated
Mansfield Reporter

Mansfield Reporter Nottinghamshire, England

16 Nov 1888

Shepherd, Clarke. Allgood, Rose. and Godley. Mr. E. Farnsworth proposed that Mr. Henry Lewis, of Annesley, be nominated to repro. sent the above-named parishes on the County Council. This was seconded by Mr. Holmes. and after a lengthy discussion it was

View article
Type: Illustrated