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

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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

24 Dec 1910

home at his earliest convenience: and be told himself slat he was thankful, and went to hod to lie awake until the early hours of the morning, trying to feel glad—trying to forget. Then his servant. with a telegram in his hand, awakened him from his troutilod

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Dudley Herald

Dudley Herald Worcestershire, England

29 Sep 1900

ha surrendered upon a promise of life mad estate bat while his two Mends perished, cite by Unbend of the executioner, tbs other by his own bard. be fell • victim to the starless spite of his personal enemy, who, in conducting him to Edinburgh as • prisoner

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

14 Apr 1903

years owed so much . Mr. H 13. Pease, behalf of the Bar said that those who honour of praathang before Mr. Hanae.s o ;l recognised that the Registrar had sequl° of the .admirable qualities of his diet' father. ALIEN PILOTS. Mr. Gerald Balfour, President

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

2 Mar 1929

cam. psign was the main topic. Lord and Lads Hindlip end family. Major and Mrs. Marrs Britten. the Hat Mts. Melville Moore (ester). Mrs. Britten. Muriel and Ada, Cyril end Aar. Mrs. Hen. Mies Cheralma Malvern), in Icor and outdoor staff at .Konewiek Mauer

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

29 Aug 1905

and from his Sovereign the K.C.M.G. Feeling now that he has fulfilled his mission, 'Sir David is retiring intim his control of the 'Government Railways, and a warm appeal is coming home for special recognition of his valuable services. MR. JOHW REDMOND

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

20 Oct 1900

lung I agar Amer rap/ It 'tam I .stied yaw sad rued as • err le his • sae of @append is his tam *I yes en Cerra h. .M. Igen Der Dias Ima • ire al nest If yea nada boyar that it are his arras Were evil hob is is white fan into eery p sow, he said. bet

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

3 Feb 1903

here. But, indeed, Mr. Magnus, that would tot be possible in Little Westray, because of 'he collars and %splatters. Mr. MacLeod says• it is a poor gift to give any man , less and_twenty acres of this land besides• the focusing for his cows, and there will

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

24 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indeed, he went so far as to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in--in suppressing the deed if— Tint was very considerate of Mr. Macfie. interrupted

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

27 Jan 1903

sale. Ronald had been in negotiation with Mr. Begbie for weeks ; the deed was sent here for signature. Sent here, she echoed dully. among his paPrs, he And Sava it pocket, when he was_drowned h In - his pocket, she echoed again; theii as if that

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

17 Feb 1903

the laird himself. At the bottom of the sea? echoed Dugald derisively. Horo ! Angus, man, where are your wits? when it was in his shirt-sleeves— Angus cut in with a contemptuous laugh. Horo ! Dugald, where were your eyes? It was not in his shirt

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

7 Sep 1912

Carlisle on Mr. Thomas May, of Leieerter, who fell 60 feet from a bedroom window, a relative , aid that he bad been known to walk in his sleep. and sue;es• ted that he was under the delusion that the window was a door in the cabin of his yacht. At a Committee

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

23 Jul 1921

MN. Lionel TonstV 'K.. Lady Temdernore lady Stuart Worth . .. , and the Hon, Clod Wort lay. Lord Teneedwattli. Lady Now Lord and Lady Treowan. Lady Jame.. Mr. Guy and fads - Violet Benson CAW thin and lady Cynthia Aapith, Lady Homy Beneath and Moe Bentinok

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

7 Apr 1903

with that distinctive look of slily which comes to those accustomed to the g i v ing of such fiats, buttoned up his coat and begau to put on his gloves. ally dear madam, he said, this attack is, I believe, happily over, thanks—humanely speaking—to the

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Dudley Herald

Dudley Herald Worcestershire, England

6 Oct 1900

him God-speed. Then was sontethlag Dotal and sowed shoat Mr Belcher, and he would to God there were more of his class Mr Oanym, of Dudley, leavened the itoßdesl eitsetka. It bed berm, be said, his abet hetes' to go during the last few days le varies. parte

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

31 Oct 1908

Wadley and Mr. H. Malin. Mr. Henry Masters was proposed by Mr. T. Doeg and the Rev. J. P. Oakey, and seconded by Mr. 11. 8. Knight and Min Edith M. Burlingham. Mr. R. W. Rigbton was proposed by Mr. T. A. Mills and Mr. C. Hamilton, his ascenders being

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

4 May 1940

Underhill and Mr. C. May Miss Doris Irene Underhill, only cLughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Underhill of 52. King's-road. Bengeworth. Etta :lain. was married at St. Peter's Church. Bengeworth on Saturday, to Mr. Charles Mac. s:m of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mac.

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

18 Apr 1925

(modem'', Mr. Wm. Cook (brother). Mrs. F. Parker sister), Mr. W. Cook (brother). Mr. C. OP* (brother), Mrs. A. Clarke (Meter), Mrs. W. Green (dater), Mr. H. Ccok (brother).Oook Mater-inlaw). Mr. A. Clarke datither- in Mr. H. Taylor (brother in•lawi. Mrs. Katy

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

3 Nov 1900

Me Res P. and Mn. the IL red Dane Mrs W. W. and Maw Mews. Mr. A. R. Me. and Ma. J. I. Mom and Mr. Laws M POWs 11. sed Meg Os rot wad he the el Me Is Mall en le bake. time were nem a Ms Mn. MIL Mrs. Orem Mo. New Mrs H. N Mies M. Walesa. lan lewd. Ma

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

5 May 1906

r)—Mr. Gabb mearly embraced him--ilaurrhteri—ead Mr. Junphlett said only wiled the bad met at Council like Mr. Jetsam I rubbed my eras added the Chairman. I reed that, and thought there must • matelot, home I recolkoted there • imbed far which Mr. Hunt

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

20 Apr 1929

W. to the !metre, mid Mr. • Ilatupton; Etippel inlaid% Mt. jo)ee Smith; connection h! l Mr. Butworth (Mayor of So.Mirbarol. Mr. 'a t A had got 10 I c. N. Mason; Mrs. Dilworth. Mrs. M. La mum ' auth a a i the I ton; Mr. Startler Hawkins, M. Raymond

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