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  • County: Staffordshire, England
  • For Years: 1950 - 1959

Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

13 Jun 1952

bathroom requisites. Mrs. J. E. Salisbury. Mrs. M. J. King and Miss H Barnacle; bran-tub. Mrs. M Darlington; refreshments. Miss P. Scott, assisted Mrs G. Groatrex. Mrs. C. S Wh eioy, Mrs. J. Merralls Miss A. Fit rer. Mrs. F. G. Bray, Mrs. J R o.er, Miss J

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Burton Observer and Chronicle

Burton Observer and Chronicle Staffordshire, England

23 Apr 1953

week. Seated (left to right): Councillor R. Clough, Mr. Muir, Mr. S. C. Stockbridge. Standing: Mr. A. 1. Virgo, Mr. W. Bellamy, Mr. H. Hanley, Mr. D. Holahan, Mr. W. F. Howarth. - • , • .• MR. AND MRS. JACK STREET after their wedding. Bride was formerly

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

14 May 1954

entry. Mrs. Proud returned | I the best score of 73 net. with Mrs. Johnson runner-up with a net <6. The result ot the first round of match play in the spring knock-out ' was follows —Mrs. Shelley beat ! Mrs. Pearson <3 and 1), Mrs. Mcll.aren beat Mrs. Walley

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Burton Observer and Chronicle

Burton Observer and Chronicle Staffordshire, England

16 Aug 1951

TOOK PLACE at Citsureh, Newnan, ot Mr. Horace Raymond Hardwick, of Read , Newhall. and Niles Evil PsnyMAIIIIMOr Ole Mr. and Mrs W. Perry, 26, Parliament Street, Newhall. TM bride was given away by tsar WM brother. Mr. W. E. Perry. Chief attendant was Miss

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Burton Observer and Chronicle

Burton Observer and Chronicle Staffordshire, England

22 Jan 1959

March Ist. 1958, with intent to commit a felony Sutton was represented by Mr. D. W. Skinner, and King by Mr. G. R. Tibbitt. Mr. Grey, prosecuting. said that Mr. Stewart left his ( hemist's shop secure at 7 p.m on March Ist. 19. On Monday. March 3rd. at

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

20 Jul 1951

laugh. They did, all but one. Richard Foat, as the poverty stricken laird, played with such ease and nonchalance, he was the personification of private enterprise. He worked things his own way most successfully. Anthony Snell, the representative of the

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

21 Sep 1956

and Mayoress (CUr. and Mrs H. J. Hall), the Sheriff and His (Cllr. and Mrs. H. P. Tavlori. the Town Clerk (Mr. H. J Callender). the Deputy Mayor (Cllr J. G. Gill). Sir Charles Lillicrap (Past President of the Societv) and Lady Lillicrap, Dr.) J E.' Hurst

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Rugeley Times

Rugeley Times Staffordshire, England

15 Jul 1950

3, Mrs. P. Udall. Fruit Collection of Fruit, three varieties. —l, F. Castleman; 2, F. Brittain; 3, L. Bartlett. One Plate Black Currants.-1, T. Linney; 2, Mrs. Ball; 3. Mrs. H. Pyatt. One Plate Gooseberries.-1, G. Udall; 2, J. W. Hodgkiss; 3. Mrs. Marley

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Rugeley Times

Rugeley Times Staffordshire, England

14 Jun 1952

seer Mrs aa Isa ws. MIN Ilk lit lb. Isis by Mrs. S. T. isightle sprefel E Awfdas. A conisprosilmS Asia: Is Womb* to re snood barbel below Tisay le • ao excellent as been the for several y ea r s , their appearance ditOotes Mrs. J. T. Laver* UPON Mrs sheers

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Burton Observer and Chronicle

Burton Observer and Chronicle Staffordshire, England

26 Apr 1956

111011 (Councillor Mrs. A. Chad - and Miss (. V. Clark), Councillor Edwards (chairman, Swadlincote District Council) and Mrs. • 'wards, Mr. John Jennings, M.P., Mr. I S. Pentecost, M.C. (president Nottingint Chamber of Commerce), Mr. R. C. Walton (secretary

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

30 May 1958

eldest son of Mr. and Mn. Mu. Gardeners Cottage. St. ?wirers Hospital. Orest Barr, and Patricia Ann. mile daughter f Mr. god Mrs. P. Wilma, 11. York Avenue. - C.. 1 0.0 son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mycock. 'toenail. and Smears Maghtee of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pickering

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