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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

19 Aug 1914

Major Scudamore; Sir Benjamin Brodic, Mrs. Straehcy. Mrs. Levoson-Gower and Mrs. Loc'kc-King (Red Cross Societies); Lady Midleton and Colonel Lane (Soldiers’ and Sailors’ lies' A-social ion); Colonel Chrystic and Mrs. Parker (Soldiers’ and Sailors’ ’Help

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

21 Jul 1933

also tli,inked the Concert Party for their '■plemliil entertainment (applause). Mr. c. Robin who was unable to attend tlii- year his best wishes to the Reilhill branch. Mr. Fitnll was asked take back the good wishes of the branch. very happy day concluded

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Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser

Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser Surrey, England

14 Sep 1907

was 363. and that Mr. Brodie voted in 151 of them. Thereupon, with more seal than doapretion. •they rush into pirint. dodaring that Mr. Brodie is neglecting his duty, and “did not vote in 209 important divisions,“ As a matter of fact, Mr. Brodie has voted

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

2 Nov 1928

Lieutenant and Lady Asheombe, the Bishop Southwark, Lord Marshall am) the Hon. Gwendolyn Marshall. Lady Southwark, Lady Roxburgh, Lady Alison, Mr. and Mrs. J. Colmau, Sir Charles and Lady Tyrrell Giles, Sir Henry Bell. Bart., Sir Ralph Forster. Mr. Cecil Whitelev

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

19 Jan 1923

organist (Mr. J. Green), and the cortege left the church gave sympathetic rendering of Rest in the laird. Tlie mourners were Mr. S. Pooock (husband), the Misses K. and M. (daughters), Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pucoek. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pocock. Mr. and Mrs. Walter

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

15 Jun 1912

Oasiot and Lord and Lady Algernon Percy. s m among the guests at the Ditchers of DR= abire's reception at DeCOMILTe lime a Tuesday nirm. Mr. JUN iee Anon.. Mr. Ead and Lady Swinfen Lady, Mr. Parker and Lady Parker, and Sir K.C.. 111141 i Lady Clarke attended

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

5 Jul 1901

basket; Mr. and Mrs. Haines, cake basket, silver: Mr. and Mrs. Beale, mustard pot: Miss Laura Cqrey. engraving and frame; Mr. and Mrs. Wyllie. gold thimble; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Asherson, silver chatelaine ba~- Mr. and Mrs. Eylands. fa-- Mr. and View article

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

25 Jun 1902

M. Miller), the Medical 116eer of Health 11/r. Mitchell). the Horough Treasmer (Mr. W. I'. Trench). the Florceyor (Mr. Mason). the Monitory In. opeetor (Mr. W. K. Tribe). the Hate l'ollrsioro (Messrs. W. .1. Furlong mid M. W. Bird), and (*lathe. The Beene

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

1 Apr 1927

Jones, Miss Beatrice Jones, Mr. Herbert E. Jones, Mrs. Negus, Mrs. Lawrence (Canterbury). Miss Haselden (Kensington), Miss Ethel Ramsay, Mr. Bernard J. Airy. Dr. ami Mrs. Francis Mr. R. E. Thomas. J.l*. (Berleigh Abbey), Mrs. Thomason (Lea Cross), King

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

10 Nov 1911

Earl and Countess of March, Mr. and Mrs. vard Martin, Col. and Mrs. M»t-ford. Miss Mrs. Martin. Mrs. Mrs. Meredith, Mrs. Percy Murdan. Sir and Lady Mirrielees, Sir. md Mrs. lA»she MMr. and Mrs. I). Morton, Mr. and

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Surrey Advertiser

Surrey Advertiser Surrey, England

13 Feb 1932

English army hot upon his heels. After being kept in hiding by the Laird, he manages to escape, but the price of his liberty is the execution of the Laird and his faithful retainers, including Bob and Jean Smith (ancestors of Mr. and Mrs. Smith). who, at the

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

6 Apr 1923

and Mrs. Michael Sayer and Capt. and Mrs. Menzies. Mr. and Mrs. Amery, Mrs. Marshall, Mr. G. Stanifortb, Miss de Rougemont, the Misses Drummond, Miss Mac Master, Mr. and Mrs. Clegg. Mrs. Neil Rdmonsjone, Mrs. George Forbes, Mr. Reginald Hope. View article

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

11 Aug 1911

League of Young Liberals), Mr. and Mrs. <1 C. Anted. Mr. G. A. R. C.C., Mr. A. B. True (hou. secretary of the East Grinstemi branch of the National league of Young Liberals), and Messrs. Eardley and W. J. Bull (hon. secretaries). Mr. A. G. Smith, chairman

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

22 Jun 1907

Margaret Elisabeth and Mr. nearest eenetuded be widths Mr. Tapeirld tiodareird mad ferry in his or+ sphere of mat.—Mr. Elei=owlisbly rotorient thinks. evenly. the Wowing eothetteeted saws. sir.: The He.. E. Lee Nhopleard, Mr. V. droll and Mr. mod Mies Dyer.

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West Surrey Times

West Surrey Times Surrey, England

16 Jun 1906

recognition of his Parliamentary movies. Lay Pkek, daughter of Timpani Willett:el. a dance on Tuesday. at &Wm Square. Among the hostesses who Pin dinners for the dance were Lady Manversi tbe Non. Mrs. RS. John Rrodrick, 'Lady Stanley*/ Alderley, Mrs. Horace

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Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser

Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser Surrey, England

11 Sep 1915

Mildred, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Grimwade, of Toppesfield Hall, Hadleigh, Suffolk. The engagement is announced of Mr. Arthur Rank, 6th Motor Ambulance Convoy, British Expeditionary Force, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Rank, of Kingswood Warren

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

12 Oct 1923

decorations were effectively carried out by Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Barris, Mrs. Lane, Miss Webster, Miss Wakefield and Mr. Emery Wright. Gilts of fruit were received from Lady Hall. Mrs. Webster. Mrs. Lane. Miss Bec-khuson, Mrs. Adams and Miss V. Prevett. Several

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Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser

Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser Surrey, England

25 Jun 1904

appearance. The following ladiee presided over th»* stalls, and a nuge business was stall. Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Ram, Mrs. llonodaile. Miss Knox; Lioipsfield stall. Mrs. Lundale, Mims Miss • rmson, Mi*>» Simmons; Balteisea stall, Miss Levesou- Onwer. Hrodie

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

24 Nov 1911

Royal West Kent Regiment, son of General Sir Henry Thornton Hildyard. G.C.8., and lady Hildyard. of 33, Eccleston-street. married Miss Muriel Boasor, daughter W Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo Bonsor. 38, Be!- pave-square. The Sub-Dean of the Royal. Canon Shenpard.

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Surrey Mirror

Surrey Mirror Surrey, England

7 Mar 1913

GRAND THEATRE. CROYDON READY MONET. sav that Mr. James Montgomery* grand Ready Money put on the boards t his week is to make all mere praise worthless. After sustaining severe of audiences in all our Colonies, well the United States. gaining a triumph

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