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

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  • County: Perthshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

3 Feb 1962

Gask Laird Dead Work far Church apd Perthshi4,A earn area in parMillaft lost a well-known figure in the Mr - George A. laird if Cask, whe died Bridga. et Earn on Tuesday. it will be recalled that he was knocked down and seriously injured he was struck

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1957

An Earlier Laird Another Sir James Sir James the First, he might call him— had spoken on that occasion and Mr Morton said that he could recall him saying that it wa s his belief that his grandson (the present laird) would prove himself to he a better

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1966

Ochtertyre line owes his existence to the union between Sir David Moray of Gask and Tullibardine and Isabel, daughter of Sir John Stewart of Innerneath, Lord of Lorn. David was knighted by King James 1 at his coronation in 1424, after his return from 12 years

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

10 Aug 1968

'fieraitt ABERCAIRNY LAIRD DIES Laird of Abercairny for 30 Years, Major James William Stirling Home Drummond Moray died at his home last Sunday, in his 68th year. He bad been ill for some time. He was educated at Eton and Sandhurst, joining the Soots

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1956

couples attended. M.C.s were Mr Gordon !Medic and Mr .1. It. .t spot waltz prize was won by Mr and Mrs Itioliert and lucky prizes were win—i. Mr P. McDuff; 2, Miss Rita Grant: 3, Mr T. Sinitic. Dance music was supplied by Mr A. McGregor. Cionrie. and tea

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

1 May 1965

thatched roof which was soon alight from end to end. Mrs Douglas phoned estate secretary Mrs Molly Walker, who called the fire brigade and rounded up an army of estate workers. With Sir James and his wife they managed to save most of the ground-floor contents

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

1 Jun 1990

Ladies VICE-captain's prize: Mrs Garden (MOSS; Mrs Parker (31) S 7; Mrs Hislop (24) 73. Scratch: Miss E. Miskimmin 78. Other prizes: Mrs Patiinson. Mrs Laird. Mrs Callender. Inter-club Pit Wiry Ladies I Dunning Ladies 2%. Merchants Open WINNERS of scratch

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1964

CRIEFF LADIES The winners of a Ladies Foursomes match were Mrs J. Brebner and Mrs J. Hurry. Runners-up were Mrs P. Campbell and Mrs N. Paterson. The winner of the Crieff Ladies Golf Club Captain's Prise was Mrs J. Brebner; runner - up • Mrs A. MacKinnon

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1957

sketch. Solos wee rendered by Mrs George Mailer and Mr J. A, Garrie, and a recitation by Mrs C. M. King. The ace - paniments for the dancing and choral items were played by Miss Chrissic Campbell and for the solos by Mrs I. Hepburn.

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1991

Hill); Bth (Gents) Mr I. Stuart (Royal Montrose). 3.00 Mr and Mrs P. Ramage/Mr and Mrs C.R. Mac- Diarmid; 3.07 Mr and Mrs F. Arnold/Mr and Mrs J. Grahame; 3.15 Mr and Mrs R. Miller/Mr and Mrs J

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1994

necessary to call a special meeting during the summer recess. Because of the resignation of Mr G. Goodison from the community council, a vacancy has arisen. Mr Neil Morrison was co-opted to 611 this vacancy unto the annual meeting in April, 1995. It was

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

4 Sep 1965

guest, and from under his nose she, in her beeguise snatched his knife and fork and flew home with them to Inchhrakie and put them back in their sual place. And from that place ;he produced them when the Laird returned to tell his story of the bee. that

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

5 Feb 1993

Downie and Mr A. Macaskill. Dunkeld and Birnam WHIST DRIVE Birnam and Dunkeld Monday Whist Club winners on February I were: ladies - I Mrs M. Cheeseman. 2 Mrs Agnes Allan. consolation - Mrs McLean; gents - I Mrs K Grieve (playing as gent ). 2 Mrs J. Mitchell

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

30 Mar 1990

to cardmaster Mr B. Gudmundsson. Winners were: ladies I Mrs Agnes Allan (Dunkeld), 2 Mrs Cheeseman (Ballinluig), 3 Mrs Malloch (Dunkeld); consolation Mrs Watson; gents 1 Mr Neil McEwan (Inchfield); 2 Mr B. Gudmundsson (Dalguise), 3 Mrs Jessie Mathieson

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

25 Apr 1953

dance, Mrs Buchanan (wife ht tlie president) presented the various prizes as follows: — Whist—Ladies—l, Mrs 1). 'Grinstone I (Strathyre); 2, Mrs W. Mackay (Blair Athol!): 3. Mrs L. Torrance 0111thil!); Gentlemen-1. Mr J. S. Dow (Cowie); 2, Mr T. Blair

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

9 Sep 1994

The winners of the Perthshire Advertiser Ladies Golf Trophy, played for at Craigie Hill Golf Course, were the team from Craigie Hill. Lady captain, Dot Doris is seen presenting the trophy to Val Pringle. Other team members are (from the left) Muriel McPherson

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

10 Sep 1960

houses the apyinour odge Girls School and the Princcipat Janette Sturrock, granted the use for the function. Mr Murray, Ste Peter and Lady I.::rray (his parents) welcomed some ewes, including member' Of the ffcnily, estate tenants and staff and ens of the town

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

14 Feb 1976

WHEN THE MEMBERS AND AND FRIENDS WERE ENTERTAINED. Jack Laird was the usual favourite club was Drew Beveridge, who accomfear-an-itighe, and with his fund of panied himself on the guitar, and his stories and songs there was never a renderings of popular

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1957

proceedings —Mr J. Allan Morton. West 'Third, tenants; (Inoue Maxtone, estate overseer, whose father had led his own faltering footsteps when he assumed control at St rathallau, and whose grandfather had held the same post wills former lairds: and Mr Robert

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

5 Jun 1954

Turning to the young laird, Mr Kirk, land said that like his father Mr would have this great tradition (0 con, lime and he would doubtless find that Amuch easier in double harness. Al- I though he was quite young and hail most of his life yet in front

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