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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

7 Aug 1963

The laird Mayer et CeventrY. Mrs. ADers. shaking kande with Mr. Harry Sherwood, the .Ideal iminber the ALEX. eating, before the departure today. Mr. Sherwood. a fernier toolmaker, is SC years *id and retired when he was 7L COACH TOUR FOR A.E.U. PENSIONERS

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

18 Oct 1938

STARTERS 52 ROYAL LAIRD (Mr H J Rruetnn( kludges 3 T 0 53 LOUVAIN Mr. P T►oet) .. • T 0 34 DONNIE JANE Mrs W L JAcksomp I. 3 7 0 PR STA ARCMS AND JOCKEYS 0 0 • NON( JAMES —._ S. Gardner 220 L 0001.1114 3 3 SUMMARY -.---__ J. 30 • DANGAN

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

29 Sep 1942

H. LAIRD Radiologist to Local Hospitals WELL-KNOWN Coventry 5*- physician, Dr. Arthur Hill of Baginton Road, died *Jrly this morning at the age 60 years after an illness xtending over several weeks. , A specialist in radiology hice 1929, Dr. Laird rendered

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Rugby Advertiser

Rugby Advertiser Warwickshire, England

30 Sep 1927

winners at the St. Philip's weekly whist drive held on Saturday evening were:—Ladies: 1 Mrs. R. Murden, 2 Mrs. S. F. Tromanr, 3 Mrs. Bolton. Gentlemen: 1 Mr. Johnson, 2 Mr. Fast, 3 Mr. Clydesdale. Tenders for HoariTAL. —The Executive Committee of the Rugby

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

15 Aug 1963

Pair, Gavelacre, Aemlllanus. CATTERICK OndiT Runners ill): °walls. Musey. Star Trophy. Ronstan. Stralchtomo. Luster Lady. Golden Laird. Petnrach. 3.oPsdck House Stakes (2-1-01. 5 furlongs. Runners 114 • Deidamia. Lift. Cullen. Taxa Del. Parlitigton Lam

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

7 Sep 1923

DALNAM (Mr. C. B. Imes) ..T. Darlhag 711 1L6341390V11 . ;Mr. P. P. Gitpril 713 NY ( J. W. Harve) -.G Sa or 7 !SPEWING wt. &WTI! (Mr. P. Gilgla 7 4 TOZ VALE U4..7. & Jarvis 7 THE ABOVE ARNIM= (Mr. Warta= Clark; . PIM. Dir. B. Walked 11, 10 (Mr. l'. Dariiu

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

22 Apr 1930

statement that he will not resume his duties on his return to London from South Africa has been previously published. The marriage arranged between Mr. William MacGregor Laird, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. P. Laird, of Wexford Road, Birkenhead, and

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Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser

Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser Warwickshire, England

19 Jan 1924

Lonsdale, the Earl of Chesterfield, the Earl and Countess of Aylesford, Lord and Lady Roberts, Lord Leigh. Lord and Lady Chesham, Lord and Lady St. Oswald, Lord and Lady Henry Bentinck, Lord Willoughby de Broke, Lieutena*nt-General Sir Evelyn Wood, M

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

27 Apr 1933

with receiving stolen property. Mr. Hugo Young and Mr. Partin, were defending other prlsoners in the same case, and all three of the accused were found not guilty. The man defended by Mr. McCardie was so delighted with his advocate that he afterwards presented

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

15 Dec 1938

soloist*, Mr. Eric Greene, the tenor, was far and away the best. His tone was clear, uis enunciation easy, and his interpretation sincere. Miss Olive Groves sang pleasantly, but' to sing only pleasantly is, of course, net enough for any oratorio. Mr. Joseph

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

9 Mar 1960

Challenge Cup at the last 'obstacle Lady Lnttenhams Saffron Tartan (ridden by T. P. Burns). who finished third. Mr. J. Byrne's Another Flash (H. Beasley), the winner, Mr. J. Frame's Laird o' Montrose (Boulton), fourth, and Mrs. Magnier's Albergo (Page). second

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

12 Dec 1922

als NI ANI3TIVRA; MI *.bl fell. PPM . Mrs 11. Hollinel W. Payne • DAMN V. (Mr. G. Edwards) Newsy • 41 •10 %MIRY NOOK See JA4TIC BOOM . WILL LAIRD (Mr. W. Locawood! 0 I 3 a 4 w)I.DrN tea Jul.: SOME eII.F.ST BANDS ;Mr. 0. P. Sander) goods, •11 100 PADRAI4I

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Nuneaton Observer

Nuneaton Observer Warwickshire, England

2 Jan 1885

the leep line. TVA. leer most seriously Were& it .ppeara, were: Mr. And a as ter, beirdrower, Bo .104 who was con- A‘vol to the badly Makes: Mr. Dunker-ley, Smithies.: Mies Croft.. ; and Mr.. Gore, In: wet were able to proceed boom. Trafbe was eel Am;

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette Warwickshire, England

12 May 1927

.„,. .• 4 S'STASY Mr Ell Pall 1 ) . pa issisbi . 8 AmßAv ., Pr• 1711 towbar, Ilm.) Oro 2 . 24 TREMOR (Mr J p c••••• 4 .B Jarvis 4 12b. I 1114. ..• •GO• • • 8 tars KNIGHT (Mr.j.____Roysi N i i - as his Inn *eery in three mamas

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

18 May 1963

season but has been placed twice in three outings and should be finding his best form. Croix de Guerre finished second in his last four races last term and, although unplaced on his only appearance this season, was obviously in need of the race and will

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

24 Aug 1960

driving. It was alleged that Rosser started his car from a stationary position outside the Roots works main entrance and drove across the road to an intersection. Driver's Denial He went directly in the path of Lady Bird's car, and drove on to the southbound

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

23 Jul 1975

his stable lad Dual Grand National winner Red Rum, back at Donald McCain's Southport stable after a summer at grass with a donkey- coinpanion, starts another season, without the aid of his stable lad, Billy Ellison. Mr. Ellison, who has looked after Red

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

4 Nov 1965

fence hard and lost his position: After passing the post in fourth place. Bill Rees swiftly dismounted from Cazalet's fencer. who walked very feelingly. Mr. Arthur Taylor had his first winner for nine years when Redline atoned for his narrow Ascot failure

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

11 Aug 1961

current mason. Lewla's double was remarkable in that both his wumerk Uncle Perry and Shadow Line. were bred In America by their owner. Mr Paul. Mellon. who has been a patron of Hastings Baas and his family 'or many years . Uncle Perry sprang • 100 to 6 surprise

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Birmingham Journal

Birmingham Journal Warwickshire, England

14 Jul 1832

Bmp# tka kmtk* at tto PjM>)n Ualvarallß. Mr. CKOKRKMmratnl to his H«b. FrMto hMMft (ir. faf ttofratotoss tßHsstors «f Aiu, say pcrwm Am nits***** *°* ■wtoftlfce mrail BM«it sraiarOsirlv. Mr. I.EADKIi t«w sußiistoi. Mr. tto —sntoiPßt, Iwvb ths rft«t erratoif

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