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

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Littlehampton Gazette

Littlehampton Gazette Sussex, England

14 Dec 1956

loses a vital document, his hapless master (the captain) runs around in small circles because his boss (the admiral) is expected accompanied by an important expert (the scientist). The master has a pretty daughter, beloved of his assistant (Jimmy the One)

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

4 Jan 1956

for Mrs Irwin Brown and Mrs S'r. Kenny (nieces). -v ' *4' Others present in the church included Sir Bertram and Lady Crosthwaite. Lady Tollemache, Lady Julian Parr. Mr F. H, Busby (Town Clerk). Mr R. W. Walker tChief Constable) and Mrs Walker. Mr J. S

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

29 Jun 1951

on Saturday, when the two daughters Mr. and Mrs. K. Bavin, Gladstone-road, were married at Tonbridge Pariah Church; Ue was Mr. Frederick diaries Lane, of Mr. and Mm. F. C. Lane, of Oak laugh, Siinfoid, Horsham, and his I,ride was Mias Pamela Irene Bavin

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

24 Aug 1956

Barnett is a gay delight. Lady Jane, bv Evelyn Roberts as the kid neat door. money for author Richard As the Eton boy who lakes the her father and by a restrained Ken- TUYUC Buckle. question in his stride and discusses ncth Laird the poor relation to IJlfivli

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

29 Jun 1956

on the wall and he had to stop hammer- Producer Peter Wood groups his characters and his arc lamps With apologetic gestures towards cunningly to make lovely thing Miss Allan, Mr Laird accepts the of that Alpine landscape of‘ce and gift and hands on to

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

30 May 1953

attitude to the things of the spirit,” said Mrs Rae. Earlier in the service Mrs Ernest James, vice-president of the council, read the account Solomon's dream and his request for the gift of an undersUnding heart. Mrs A. M. Parkinson, past president of Jhe

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

1 Nov 1957

were Mrs Panchaud. Misa Moynt- film about the professional and meets them and teams that they . Michae | Re nnie. and Ronald ham. Miss Gates. Mrs Ault. Mrs personal problems ofa cowcien- are deaf-mutes She fears ttvaher jurs for two hour Grimes. Mr McVicsr

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

4 Apr 1956

tMiss Wilde and Mr. Laird). themselves married for 35 apparently blissful years. WeUlaced with brandy, Mr. Byrne makes the mistake of informing the shocked ancients that Miss Ander:on and he slightly anticipated their wedding. Mr. Laird is beefily annoyed

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

11 Jan 1958

competition at Willingdon, ladies' section, is as follows; Mrs Aust (25) net 79, tied with Mrs Cameron (IS) also with net 79; Mrs Barten 13) and Mrs Ellmore (18) bo»h scored net 80; Mrs Shaw (25) 85; Mrs Shephard (31) 88, and Mrs Austin (12) net 89. Old

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

24 Jul 1952

for best illy: Mrs. Q. 0. Oreson. Warahaas (Why,. 93. Brood mare: 1, K. 0. WeilDdrew (X oruri ; 2. Miss Jacqueline Hylton, last Preston (Rosie 3th); 3. Miss Dorothy M. Laird. Pour Marta, Alton Post: 1. ' aims Laird; lfacAadrew; f, Mrs. Drawitt. or filly

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

21 Mar 1956

Hebert Cartland and Kenneth Laird. To Mr. Cartland hills the ta,k 4,f spouting much obscure claptrap and displaying a single-minded autocratic purpose. All of which he does well, adding his own familiar jerky dominance. Mr. Laird's job is far easier; all

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West Sussex County Times

West Sussex County Times Sussex, England

16 Oct 1959

regular producers. Miss Winifred Bryant and Mrs. Eileen Van Tromp are, at their own requests. taking a rest for one year. Making his first effort in this field. Mr. Stanley Gooch is stage manager along with Mr. Bernard Crabb. the well-knOtyn comedian. Clearly

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

29 Aug 1958

Flood bookie's-runner quiet Shropshire village she is Fred Phipps. Mr Flood employs suddenly faced with the man she Im perfect timing to keep pace loved—and his wife. I need say with Laird and still remain loyal no more, for the title should to the authors

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Worthing Gazette

Worthing Gazette Sussex, England

29 Oct 1958

(Robert Hartley), and a handsome young man by Tony Wall (Lawrence Davidson). Mr. Hutchins, the club's designer, has had a busy time of it. A member for five years, this is his fourth part and he has, as usual, created the set. SINGER WANTED Prez Prado

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

5 Apr 1957

discovers that the destroyed prints were fakes, and also that the lady of the house is a former girl friend of his. When he again visits the mansion. finds it in flames and the owner dead. His marrying of the dead man's widow soon after the lire arouses the

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

19 Dec 1958

in the person of One more to make it 10. Then his illegitimate daughter. saw how about that remarkable real acting that week. modern J . Any Other Then 1 recall the comedy On Business ? Mr Laird s portrayal .of Monday Next, which conjures up the chairman

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

1 Nov 1957

proceeoing. his role Dr Chasuble in The Imparlance of Being Eatnett was being played by guest artist David Kerr who doubled the pan with his own role of Lane the butler. Mr Kerr has agreed to stay at the Connaught next week to lake over Mr Laird’s leading

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Eastbourne Gazette

Eastbourne Gazette Sussex, England

25 Mar 1959

Fallow-crescent, Hove. Second were Mr and Mrs S. F. Morris, of 109 Marina-avenue, Motspur Park, Surrey, and third Mr Leslie Payne and Miss Iris Rider, of SO Haywar ds-road, Haywards Heath. The competition was adjudicated by Mr Laird, and the prizes were presented

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Crawley News

Crawley News Sussex, England

25 Mar 1992

with an Albion player after a minor dash in the first MR. But Reds needn't haws worried. After trailing 1-0, Graham Rashbrook equalised with a header, before an own goal put Crawley ahead. Andy laird and lan Had both grabbed second hall braces, while Ashley

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

3 Oct 1958

role of Rose Worthing to encourage his Fish in London and came home daughter in her first appearance to do it after enjoying a great on the English stage for 10 years? success in New York in Rattigan's Sir Winston and Lady Separate Tablet.- Churchill, who

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