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

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  • County: Roxburghshire, Scotland
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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

1 Jan 1937

Castlegato also was will d ecreas e*, t h oug h solos, and Mrs Kirk, Mrs Ford, Mr George had a leading part. he thought it was making a big effort to Cott and Mr Archibald a quartette will a in spore, also, Mr Mahon was an organ- maintain its potation. (Laughter

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

30 Oct 1903

Allanlyes, of Rev. Mr hardy°. of Rhyne, one of ta filtrathbrigi• ministers of 1843; • much-loved ea elder Major BatllieHasulton ; and his sister, the ere first deaconess of the Church Scotland, Lady Unmet lathe, who would have been sorry It hi, think) to see

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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

9 Feb 1923

was a chance for the laird, who had ideal facilities for establishing openair herds. Hints were given as to the marketing of produce, in relation to bacon factories, etc Mr Gilbert Davidson, Burnhead, in thanking Mope. Sprot for his interesting and instructive

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Hawick News and Border Chronicle

Hawick News and Border Chronicle Roxburghshire, Scotland

25 Nov 1921

who had hitherto generally ignored his existence. 'He has seen to-day that there may be more in Frank than father thinks,’ was Madge’s conclusion. The minister and Major took a turn in the avenue, smoking, while Mrs Hosie made her goesipping farewells

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