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13 matches for Laird And His Lady Mr Kinairdht in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Wigtownshire, Scotland
  • For Years: 1950 - 1999

Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

7 Jun 1952

SATUR THE LAIRD FINDS PEACE ON HIS LITTLE EARTH Tide Means More Than Time On Lonely lOHN MacLENNAN concludes his two-day series about the man who J went to live alone on the island of Heston. The Laird Heston received me with old-world courtesy. Mr Houston

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

6 Sep 1952

Brown, Mrs McCormick. Mrs H. McDavid and Mrs Wills; Collectors (street) —Mr D. Templeton, convener; (Bridge End) —Mr E. Anderson, convener; (Park) —Mr C. Kilgour, convener: Car Park —Mr W. Wright and Mr A. Lennox. Closing Service Ot Praise There was a

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

8 Mar 1952

follows: —Ladies —1, Mrs Robertson: 2, Mrs Reid; 3. Mrs McCammon; consolation, Mrs Cuthbertson: lowest score. Mrs Howatson. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Marr; 2, Mrs Edgar; 3, Mrs Service (all playing as gentlemen); consolation, Mr Peter Gordon; lowest score. Mr

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

20 Sep 1952

threads of his inheritance, the fine tradition of service built up by his grandparents, worthily carried on by his parents and now passed to him. (Appl.) “For Eddie this is a momentous occasion. He Is on the threshold. Behind him is his boyhood; his manhood

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

6 Dec 1952

flavour and was coupled with the name of Mr James Neil, Boreiand Balmaghie. What more musical name could they find? I am given to undemtand,” Sheriff Walker said. that like so many other Ayrshire men Mr Neil left his native county, and came to Galloway where

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

19 Jan 1952

drive winners were as follows: —Ladi3s —1. Mrs Galbraith; 2. Mrs R. Kelly; consolation, Miss J. Fraser. Gentlemen—l. Mr T. Hannah; 2, Mr H. Dickson; consolation. Mr J. McDowall. Special prizes—Mr A. Wyllie and Mr H. Archer. Permission Granted At a meeting

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

9 Feb 1952

John Whalen and his band. The Ladies'- Committee, who organised the evening’s entertainment. .comprised Mrs G. B. Hay. Mrs W. Scott, Mrs S. McClelland, Mrs J. McGill. Mrs J. Kelly. Mrs J. Stroyan, Mrs A. McCubbln, Mrs W. Gibson and Mrs Jojm McEwan. Qn

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

10 May 1952

by Kirkcowan W.R.I. in aid of King George’s Fund for Sailors. The collectors were: Mrs McCormick, Mrs McLean. Mrs Drysdale. Mrs McCall. Mrs G. McCutcheon. Mrs Murray, Mrs Crozier. Miss Cloy and Miss Marshall. Judges Nominated A special general meeting of

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

2 Feb 1952

more aggressive and every man did his part. Montrose tried everything to catch up on Wigtown, but President Graham is very proud that his team brushed aside the opposition, especially in the last twenty minutes. Cheering his team to victory Montrose was

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

31 May 1952

ere I made his after the summer holidays would acquaintance by virtue of my he near solution, desire to become an artist, and , Mr Neil presided at the meeting save for the infrequent sojourn of and the ot her members present his sister, Mrs Walthew. who

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

12 Jul 1952

of the great St. Ninian who worked in that district. In fact, said Mrs Johnston Stewart, this very soil is sacred, for it had been trodden so often by that Saint and by his followers. Mrs Stewart then referred to the great sorrow overhanging them all —the

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

5 Jan 1952

Murray Mr Robert Jeffrey Lupton. a wellknown Creetovvn man died at his home Lilybank at the age of sixty-six years . By the death of Mr William Kerr at the age of eighty the town of Stranraer lost a well-known and highly respected citizen . Mr Robert

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Galloway Gazette

Galloway Gazette Wigtownshire, Scotland

31 May 1952

over by Mr Findlay, who, along with Mr Thornton, also acted as M.C. The winners were as follows; Ladies—l, Mrs R. Rice: 2, Mrs McMeekin: 3, Mrs Edgar; consolation. Mrs Hughes. Gentlemen—l. Mrs B. Smith (playing as a gentleman); 2,' Mr A; Craig; 3, Mr A.

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