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  • County: Staffordshire, England
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

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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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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

22 Sep 1961

Dahlias: 1, Mr. R. Bradley; 2, Mr. W. Smith; Mr. G. Cox. Medium Decoratlves: 1. Mr. K. Jones; 2. Mr. G. Cox; 3, Mr. C. Lane. Mixed Dahlias: 1. Mr. G. Cox; 2, Mr. W. Smith; 3, Mr. J. Hopkins. Chrysanthemum* In Va»e): 1. Mr. K. Jones; 2, Mr. G. Cox; 3.

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

4 Nov 1988

Tim (23) (Mrs V Gaucci del Bono) J Dunlop 811 ~, A traces his and lii the ware amnion's legendary AMNIA the won four (Meal and the FA Cup (11130,10. It is s story, rovealed from intorviews with poop!' who know Ames. the Mem his onomon 1131 his a bode weekly

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

29 Jul 1992

Old campaigner Mrs Pearce, who picked up a more glittering prize at the weekend hi the Diamond Stakes at Ascot, rode her husband Jeff's old campaigner to a threequarters of a length triumph in the Dorothy Laird Ladies' Handkap. The nine-year -old marked

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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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Burton Observer and Chronicle

Burton Observer and Chronicle Staffordshire, England

12 Aug 1977

Hill in his seasonal debut to a brilliant one, but the chase only called dr two overt from time when Thompson . found himself facing the lut ball. white coat he thrust out a pad and all over. . Umpires: Mr. P. Ogden (Midland Counties UA.); Mr. A. Wilson

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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

27 Oct 1994

was Mrs Dianne Hancock. who masa 60. Second sad id held 50 sod 40 respectively. The next meeting on Twiny November at Bunstwood Library. may prove so be a lively one. Mr Ron Jones will be with us to talk about and show us some Birds of Prey. Mrs Hill

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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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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

8 Feb 1985

suspense melodrama of the mad Englishman who lures human prey to his remote island and then matches their wits against his prowess as a hunter. Stars Leslie Banks eschewing evil and Joel McCrea his final target. STAGECOACH (BBC-2 5.20 pm). All-star remake of

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

16 Oct 1989

Bony 7-13 15 (7) SCORPIO LADY 11 0 7-13 — INS: BO *Mc, 24-12, A Bacon (7), 11-101 w, (J Bony), drawn (3), 4 ran. 3 Ross 01 7-2 Sharp Anne. 4 Pretty Coot' Laird Olßalmoral. 13-2 Pay 12 Swish Vordki, 14 Metal Boys, 16 Swipio Lady. FORM OUIDE: ROSE OF MIAMI

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

2 Jul 1986

-4 9 00 Countess Bemis (Mrs E Jackman) K C Brown 8 II -6 10 3020 Lady (Mrs E Jackman) R Hannon 811 -3 II 340200 Ross) H Whiting 8 II -5 12 40 Say You WIN (G Noble) P Makin 8 10 -1 6 declared BETTING: 6 4 Morning Flower. 5-2 Lady Behave. 7 2 Say You Will

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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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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

10 Feb 1992

over. The Von is also losing the services of two more long serving officials in Mrs E Carr. and Mrs W Firmer. Mrs Carr. hes been eta meth secretary for twenty one yews, Mrs Fanner the **surer for eleven. It is expected that Joan Keller wB lacs the Treasurer

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

24 Feb 1984

fun. rogue in the company of Henry THE MYSTERY OF MR X Morgan (Laird Cregar), who (Channel 4 10.15 pm). Robert of Roger Law and Peter Fluck (BBC-1 6.30 pm). Barn-storming THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS amends his ways when he falls for Montgomery, a thief and chief

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

9 Dec 1988

the Euro-Wigan Folk Song Contest. Derek is acclaimed for his simple. traditional treatment of songs. He does not go in for gimmicks and fads - just good old fashioned enthusiasm. Needless to say, his appearance in Lichfield is being greeted with great excitement

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

9 Jan 1995

(IRE) (259) N Henderson 7-113 M A RdGerald (402) POO-F6 CELTIC LAIRD (15) Mrs J Pitman 7-11-3 .W Marston (403) 0-2214 DUAL IMAGE (24) FiLrGereld Dwyer (404) 40-3 PP GLAISDALE (IRE) (MR M Tompkins 6.11-3. A Maguire (405) 46-030 GRIFFINS BAR (39) Mm

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