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  • County: Sussex, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

3 Sep 1910

Metier, Mrs Baker, Mr J. Ikett Smith. Mr and Mrs and Misr Byer, Miss Finley, Mrs sod Miss Romp. Mr aid Mr Opposbeim, Mr and Mrs Aladin, Mr sad Mrs MmikAmb. Mr sad Mrs Mote. View article

Type: Illustrated
Bognor Regis Observer

Bognor Regis Observer Sussex, England

16 Oct 1901

in his infancy, and who was, as it is called, his foster-mother. This charming and `riendly custom originated with the little Duke himself, who insisted upon acknowledging with his own baby hand a little card sent him by his nurse on one of his earliest

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

25 Mar 1926

moderation, and admire the dads to their own [Reader]. it fancy, or did they see something white? Mr. George Fowler, of Southampton, setting. To owe n day in Laird (harvest): Ye., there it wars again. How they wished grocer. left 1ik647. The bird. ere all

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

18 Jun 1902

vendor, Mr. Welter Wenham (Lawson Lewis, Wunhem, arid Welch, solicitor., fondest. Mr. James 'Wood, Mr. Wood, jun., Mr. W. H. Cornwell, Mr. F. Serene. Mr. J. H. Bontoft, Mr. Vinall, Mr. Gower, Mr. W. J. Ball, Mr. W. J. Cole, Mr. Self, and others. View article

Type: Illustrated
West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

9 Jul 1914

The death of Mrs. James Harding, of Bath- Easton, Bath, which is announced, has interest for Arundel people. Mrs. Harding was • sister of Mrs. W. U. Blackman, soother of Mr. it. G. Blackman, and she leaves 219 direct descendants. Her age was 90, and she

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

14 Nov 1934

Miss U. Lodge. Gentlemen.-1. Mr. A. Mustchin; 2. Mr. F. Joyes: 3. Mr. H. Grey. sealed number. Mr. Larby: htghest first hall. Mr. A. Minting: highest second bait. Mr. G. 'Wart,: low soore. Mr. FraDC4ll; longest sitter. Mr. J. Searle. The winners of the

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

13 Jan 1909

NAM Yr P Poetiok. Mr German, Xr Marone. Wee Nellie lianstehater. Yr Reardon. Yrs Nay Liobiek. Kr and Mrs Bums. MANSI Xiss lessor. M NOOK iss Zak . Mr ON. and Mrs Mr Anderson. Kr alsowortb. Mrs Sad. Mr Cha r= lass Wobb. Ide and Mrs W. K. Lanyard, Man

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

27 Jul 1944

generally, and Included members of Mr. and Mrs. Pilcher's family, two brothers. Mr. C. E Filcher lOoisporti and Mr. A. C. Pitcher iflouthamptonl. Sir John Jams. M.P.. Lady Jams. the Dowager Countess Cl Midleton and Lady Caroline Orenvllle. The scroll of

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

15 Dec 1910

lunch being finisbed, t h e antecedents of Mrs. Berwick. Tiles* in the meantime , the miller haring asbe rose and pushed back his chair to let Mrs. might seem to fit in, but they would have to tended to his loft, to fetch the meal, heard Berwick pass

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

20 Jun 1908

»®l* thing to do with the rictorr. (Applauve.i Mr. E. C. Awards proposed *a« thanks to Mr. tor presiding the m, »ind tor pie*eutmg the tnedals. and retenm to Mr. Gnbb's sup|»ort of sport the »*■ iu the past. Mr. E. 11. Glenister. of thanks, advised the hoy*

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Eastbourne Chronicle

Eastbourne Chronicle Sussex, England

5 Aug 1916

Swain. Mr. and Mrs. Cable. Mater Cable. Mr. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Byng Ball. Pr &load. Mr. and Mrs. sou AG s. Wellbonos. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mr Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Mrs and Min.

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

21 Jul 1945

Mbs Eva Tindall (daughter), Mr. B. Tindall and Mr. Stewart Tindall (sons), Mr. and Mrs. A. Tindall, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tindall (sons and and Miss Wood (friend). Those sending flpwers included: Her united family; Mr. and Mrs. Lamkin; Mill; H. O. Bartlett;

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

1 Aug 1902

Spencer, Mr. E. Cronk, Mr. Wheatley, Misa Bootes, Mr. Alderman Delves, Mr. Hy. Miss Allsopp, Mr. Councillor Passingham, Mr. J. A. Punton Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dennington, Miss Palmer, Mr. Oaten, Miss Ongley, Miss Watmm, Miss Page, Mr. and Mrs. Bullen, View article

Type: Illustrated
West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

18 May 1939

of the most brilliant figures of his time were centred around his humble lodgings. Lamb himself was accustomed to attribute even his capacity for attracting friendship to the aura of his old school. The Headmaster, Mr. H. L. 0. Fleeter. acknowledged the

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Chichester Observer

Chichester Observer Sussex, England

30 Aug 1947

was a large attendance. A variety draw was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bateman and Mrs. Allen, and was very much enjoyed by all. Mrs. Drill displayed a wonderful set of china pieces. The members thanked Mrs. Drill for the evening’s entertainment. TISuMJmNT REVWAL

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Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

17 Sep 1926

page. Other characters prominent the scenes at Mrs. s liunse at Coring and at Mrs. Ebley's were laird Hilling (Mr. Julian U’Albie), laird Elton (Mr. C. Jarvis Walter). Lady Frillton (Mias Violet Elliott). Mrs. Ebley (Miss Annie Chippondale). NO. 17. It

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

29 Apr 1911

Arbuckle. A. Relton, Mia wards. Mrs. Ogilby, Mr*. Rvle, Mr. ant re. E. A. Lock hart, Miae Waiawright, illing, Mia* Woippert. Miae Wills, Miai Kiev, Eesorv, Mr. and Mr*. Rise borough. Mr. and Mrs. Duval 1, Mr. Filbay. Mr. J. and Mr. T. Mann, and tin following

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Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

24 May 1929

personage in “The Mikado. adding to his many other duties that timekeeper, referee, and laird High Kxacatioaer. Ha would therefore only repeat how grateful they were to the laird Mayor, the Lady the Sheriffs and their ladies, for sdding so much and intenwt

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

13 Apr 1933

Reveamer (Mr. E. Limiter& 014 surrey ered Bur. s ine). *yam 1; Michael (Mr. P. Klockesley. Whaddm. owner. 2: etervitis (Mr. 0. Brine, Cems/el mad Horsham), owner. Alm ran: J•neau (Mr. A. Jarvis. Lest ammo, WNW!: (Mr. J. D. Ay*. Crawley end florshsmi, Mr. Rise

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Type: Illustrated
Eastbourne Chronicle

Eastbourne Chronicle Sussex, England

12 Sep 1931

- 11 a referendums - were --`-• -. bed •- Soria 'laird to defeat ebbs and al their electoral prespeets, taken in the city square mile not ''' dg ht 7-4 11-11, and Mies Lyle 1 to eases hi the rapes et Mr. Ilesibm- than y ttgt i A i .t i vould not al . d

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