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  • County: Somerset, England
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999
  • Type: Illustrated

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

9 Feb 1973

Table, Mr. John Canning (centre) and his wife Diana laird left) chat with gnats at the Round Table's Ladies Night at the Red Lion, Simko Male MI Friday evening. Others i the picture, front left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Thumbs (area dolmas), Mr. Nick

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

8 Dec 1961

appointed for the coming year : Mrs. O. Arnold, Mrs. C. Lang, Mrs. M. Andrews._ Clus Leaders appointed at the meeting were : Mrs. H. Miles, Mrs. G. Hoare, Mrs. 0. Arnold, Mrs. D. Gifford, Mr. K. White, Mr. F. Hayes, Mrs. A. ' Hayes. Mrs. J. Hayes. Miss K.

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

5 Feb 1981

Kelley (rep. Chador pep. Mr Mrs W. wide Mr Mn. N. Lord. Shepton Mallet Mrs. Kelley ad Mr Robert Freon* Mr. Mans. Mrs. Fear Id. W. Fowl, Mrs. A. Mn Poles Mr Pad). WW I . old Mrs. Wadi; Mr. G. Slosh (rep. Mn. Stock); Sada ore View article

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

3 Sep 1965

West) standing in for the th and West. Bishop of Bath and Wells, who is ..man. his work is legend on holiday. his tine workmanship In his palish magazine. Mr. to b eau t i fy hi s ow n Grubb writes that the meeting has at l'sik as well as benefiting been

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

15 Jun 1978

and Mrs. W. Davey Jim Hill; Mr. David Palson , Mr. D. Chandler, Mr. R. H. (also Phillips, Mr. B. Underwood, Mr. rep• Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. Ronald Parsons; %It I D. Broad, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lampert); Mr. and View article

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

12 Jul 1979

the picture are Mrs. Carter, chairman of Round Table Join Held and ire.l Is Electrolux LEC F 256 chest freezer 9.1 cu.ft. rvice Mrs. the Mayor and Mayoress of Wells. Coon. Ernest and Lady Sarah Weight. District Governor Freddie Doddrell Mrs. Doddrell. 345

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

25 Nov 1960

turning to the right of 1 the cat, but he was unable to do so, aid be hit the car, and he and his wife were thrown across the bonnet to laird'on the pavement. HePsaid his scooter was extensively was grazed and bruised ; bruised and needed stitches hate injury

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

2 Jul 1965

on aggregate ;after home and away fixtures. at the Old Baile.s and was sentenced to death. Mr. Fred William Pullen. of Commercial Road. Shcpton Mallet. 'and his wife celebrated their golden wedding. They were married on June 26. 1865 at the Unitarian Chapel

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

27 Nov 1970

Australia. They were Mr. and Mrs. Conn La/I'ls. They did not know Mr. and Mrs. Anderson very well beforehand, but now they are regular visitors to each others' homes in Australia. Mrs. Hazel Lavis is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Redman of Draycott

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

26 Feb 1954

Professor, Mrs. and Miss Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ford, Mrs. Fox-Linton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franklin, Mr.. Mrs. and Mr. Malcolm Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. F. Furnival and

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

22 May 1964

J. Ellis b Laird I. P. Dupere c West b Laird 3. R. Rowan st Moyser b Hanwell 10, D. Meyer b West 15, C. Hicks b West 3, D. Hart b West 5, R. Rowan .) n.o. 4, R. Stockdale c Maher b Wt 0, Extras 4 ; Total 94. Bowling : K. West 7-35, R. Laird 2-39, E. Hanwell

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

26 Feb 1954

Jenkinson, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Keen. Mr. Laurence Kelly, Mr. and ' Hon. Mrs. 0. King, Mr. and Mrs. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Knigat. Miss Elizabeth Langman, Mr. and Mrs

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

6 Aug 1965

of the season. Thanks were expressed to Mr. R. Vasa for use of his field. Officials are: Mr. C Dewhurst I Presidanti : Mr. It Lester chairman Mr Lea Wells +secretary> : Mr. C McMahon 'assistant secretary a : Mr R. Wltcombe treasurer). CHEDDAR %%OMEN'S

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

9 Jul 1965

219. Bowling: Collier 3-41: Turner 1-0. Bath Hospital : G. Hayward b Laird 3: J. Craddock b Laird 23: K. Hockings lbw b Darlington 6: D. Rosenburgh c West b Hanwell 22: G. Butcher b Laird A. Wittaker c Calvert b West 3: F. Bradley c Harrington b Hanwell

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

9 Jun 1988

elephants everywhere. Tribute was paid to Mr. Don Richmond, the retiring secretary of the Mendip Society during its AGM. He led many of the Society's projects over the years and produced most of its photographic work. Mrs. Ursula Richmond was also thanked for

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Somerset Standard

Somerset Standard Somerset, England

4 Apr 1952

to defend his firm on • summons of permitting • 4-wheeler trailer to carry an excessive weight, it was pointed out to Mr. James that a limited liability company could only be represented by a solicitor. After Mr. James had indicated that his firm wished

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

22 Mar 1963

kindly judged by Mrs. Bakewell Grim. and the results were as follows : Mrs. ' Ashford 10 pa.. Mrs. Pryor 10, Mrs. Yeasey 9, Mrs. Davis 9. Mrs. Pryor 8. and Mrs. Davis 8. Refreshments were provided and served by Mrs. Martin and Mrs. laird. and the evening

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Wells Journal

Wells Journal Somerset, England

9 Jul 1965

Baker 13: M. Wilson 5-25, R. Dicken 3-29). Bath Hospital : G Hayward b Laird 3: J. Craddock b Laird 23: R. Hockings lbw b Dorrington 6: D Rosenburgh c West b Hanwell 22: G. Butcher b Laird 8: A. Wittaker c Calvert b West 3: F. Bradley c Dorrington b Hanwell

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Central Somerset Gazette

Central Somerset Gazette Somerset, England

10 Jul 1970

organised by Mr. Antonio Guidi of Wells, was held in Wells Town Hall. People from Glastonbury. Street and Wells attended and the guest of honour was the Mayor of Wells, Mrs. W. H. Pinching. Mrs. Poeti and Mr. Guidi joined the Mayor on the stage. Mr. Giuseppe

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Cheddar Valley Gazette

Cheddar Valley Gazette Somerset, England

1 May 1964

the bus, Mr. C. Hole, and his conductress, Mrs. O'Connor, got out neither of them could see any sign of the van, said Mr. Pollard. The drier of the lorry, Mr. A. D. Vowles, estimated the speed of the van at between 50 and 60 m.p.h., said Mr. Pollard.

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