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

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  • County: Roxburghshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

2 Jun 1950

of ‘The Comet, Mr Scott said that as non-Teri he considered it an honour that he had been elected president of the Mosstroopers’ Club. They were sure Comet Crosby would carry out his duties with honour to himself, his family and his lass. The chairman

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

8 Aug 1951

Maiden-1, Rascal Cheviotside Red ; 2, Mr P. Stewart's Blue Peg ; 3, Mr James Woodcock's Merry Rose. Border Terrier, Debutant-1, Mr R. Wight's Lady Gremwell ; 2, Mrs Jean Shillinglaw's Blue Flame ; 3, Mr J. W. Glauch's Gem of Manswick. Border

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

1 Dec 1950

following piece of adjustment.” The laird got the blame, but the neighbouring parishes got the emoluments. I quote from Mr Tancred’s book, Rulewater and its People,” page 179: Patrick Kerr, laird of Abbotrule. was a stern man, his temper not being of the best

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

12 Sep 1952

. Lady Margaret Kerr presided. and she was accompanied at the main table by Lord and Lady Lothian, Mrs Andrew Kerr (Lord Lothian's mother). Lady Mina Butler Thwing. Mr and Mrs J. S. Aikman, Mr Watson (Estate Solicitor) and Mrs Watson. Mr and Mrs James

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 Oct 1950

2nd table—Mrs W. Bathgate. Mrs Burnside. Mrs R. Beattie and Mrs H. Gallagher; consolation table—Mrs Melrose. Mrs Morrison. Mrs Walker and Mrs Milroy. Competition winner—Mrs D. Aitchison. Jedburgh T.G. Welcomed To Rural Rally ENTFATAINED 1W NEWHAVEN

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

8 Aug 1952

office, Bailie Hope (sporting his chain too). various councillors and Mr L. S. Prentice. Town Clerk, in wig and gown. was Provost Mitchell. Kelso. Mr J. Pennic, Kelso's Town Clerk, and the Duke of Roxburghe's Chamberlain, Mr R. Hunter Murray. Led by Mt

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

14 Oct 1955

had been served, Mr and Mrs Dodd played Scots selections and as an encore Gavotte. Song— Bonny Mary o' Argyle Mr T. Dodds: encore. Mary Mr Whiteford intimated apologies for absence from Mrs Gunn. Ancrum. wife of Rev. P. B. Gunn; Mrs Robert Renwick.

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

7 Oct 1955

was Mr W. Mitchell. Upper Nisbet, and whist drive prizes were won by: Ladies—l. Mrs Minto: 2, Mrs Mowatt 3. Mrs Scott; Cons., Mrs Hill. Gents.-1. A. F. Reay ; 2, J. Middlemas: 3. J. McDougall; Cons.. T. White. Raffles were won by Mrs Mowatt and Mrs Kirke

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1952

170 ; 3, Mrs L. Douglas, 168: consolation, Mrs E. Stewart ; gents.-1, C. F. Wilson, 180 ; 2, B, Cornwell, 173 ; consolation, W. Lelthead; dominoes-1, Mrs Turnbull; 2. Mrs Reid ; consolation, Mrs Leithead. The prize draw was won by R. Mahon. SALE OF WORK

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

20 Jun 1951

shook him by the hand. I was filled with one kind of emotion at the virility of his mall and mounted supporters, so gallant and stalwart, and with a quite different emotion at his ladles, who quite overwhelmed me by their charm and array; perhaps I am unduly

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

27 Apr 1956

to the local Laird. Even more he tkx.sn't want tp leave his girl friend Jean. But against his better Judgment he is persuaded to do so. and Joins the British Olympic Team. 'ro Geordie, who has never travelled more than a few miles from his native heath

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

5 Mar 1952

Carrying on the trust his father held sacred—that of working for the welfare of ex-Servicemen—the Earl was now President of Lady Haig's Poppy Factory. a member of the Executive Committee of the Earl Haig Fund and President of his local branch of the British

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1950

where three young ladies displayed the latest knit-wear creations by Border firms. And there were selections by Galashiels ex-Servicemen's Pipe Band. But there was no Douglas Fairbanks. junr., who, it had been whispered. might attend with his host, the Duke

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