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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

24 Sep 1921

Saturday afternoon of the Baptist Chapel. The Rev P. oaciated. The mourned included Mrs. Goldstine. Mr. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. A. Jorner. arr . . and Mr. J. C Jornre. •ad Mr. T Jorner, and others. and a member of friends. Thcre were many floral tnbutes from

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

10 Jan 1920

following presents were acknowledged with thanks: Apples, Mrs. Muir; Miss qty : MT. G E. Dent- Broeklehamt: tea eager. ewers, and totem°, tee Cosner of Weiner, Mrs. Scott, Mts. E. Acilord acid Mrs. MIIVYrN. Mr G. E. Dent. ktrucklehu. It gave the children a tea

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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

19 Jan 1922

looked doubtful. At that moment the *obit entered the room and calming up to the bed'. de his face brightened when he saw his .putiont. So you're awake. young lady. and halving somethng to eat. Now don't ask any quest tome till I've overhauled You. and

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

8 Dec 1900

• the Drueemd U. IMMO of Mr. I. AMA Tit way arbitrary wee with by T ee Pad Mr. Pied Maahrard's E . 64. 1 .7 2 .. - 6 d to calves offered were to cash. Th. pig Per Pot; • • r truck was very dull, at a Marlin. of fully 2d. U. Mr. W. P. Hark.. MI. P . .

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

24 Mar 1860

Smith Mr. Wentworth.. Frederick Peel E. W. Schenler.. W. P. Price Monk William Lee C. Buxton Lord Bury Mr. Schneider Mr. Leatham Mr. Walters Major Edwards.. E. A. Leatham Mr. Hoare Mr.Hartopp Major O. Gavin.. Lord Grey de Wilton Mr. Brooks

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

9 Feb 1901

mourner: were Mr. and Mrs. 11. Bailey (father and mother), - Mrs. Bailey itinunton Beauchamp), Mr. and Mrs.! I. Bailey (North Read), Mr. and Mrs. Garner. Mrs. Pitts (Horeybourne),Mr. and Mrs D. Lloyd 'Bisliwinoten), Mr. T. Barley and View article

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

24 May 1904

Virginia, daughter of Mr. Henry Hot Oliver, of Weston Priory, Somerset, and this marriage was annulled in 1863. Two years later he married Mary Ann Williams, daughter of the late Mr. Edward Cobb, of Wright's-lane, Kensington, and of Mrs. Arnold, Rent. She

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

31 Dec 1921

changed; Santa 01110. would gill his annual visit to Bredon's Norton. and Me hoped that Mn Woodhull Martin would for Many teen still be the melding genius. This Menonnesineot WOG removed with acclamation. tied then Mr. Ste-art called for these theme for

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

24 Nov 1900

the reception: Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Perry, the Right Rev. the Bishop. Mrs. and Miss Hose, the Hon. C. A. Hampfylde. Dr. Barker, Mr. and Met, Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Ems, Rev. and Mrs. Howell. View article

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Dudley Herald

Dudley Herald Worcestershire, England

23 Jul 1898

visit to Partensh, county Antrim. has met his death by falling over • cliff near White Rocks In endeavouriog to catch his hat he lost his Wanes and fell. Tbo Psyche. a steed sinaserest protretad maker of Ike laird claim was Isaseleed from Iftrooport Dork•

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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

29 Nov 1913

well a, without the church organiottiona. he ha,, nut been long in Stourhridge, Mr. Hooper has won rrgnat by etrong, sincere character. and hi.. zeal for good works: and his pro-envy w.th other* in the movement i. a guarantee host the religious sanctions

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

9 Aug 1890

little I could for the old man, who, understood, wasn't very well otT. I cont.. I was rather orprleed when be called; his appearance, his .elf-importance, and the way be talked were certainly nnusnal. I have alloy. had sort of imprenaion that a man who could

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

11 Jul 1811

and 35 minutes, Mr. Sadler descended in field, near Stanton, Hertfordshire. In his descent he encountered very severe squall. hi the Court King's Bench on Wednesday, Lard pronounced judgment in the case De Yonge, for buying guineas. His Lordship stated

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Worcester Journal

Worcester Journal Worcestershire, England

16 Jul 1812

CCKS. CHAMBERS, Eso. Mr- MEAKLN, Prebendary of Worcester i-.ihjdral. a“. Mr. CAT COTT, Rector of Great Witlev. Mr. ONSLOW, Vicar of Kidderminster! l6e Wtiaetiay Morning, September 9, M the CathcdbaL, id/I be Preached, the Re*. Mr. ONSLOW, Vicar of Ki

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

16 Nov 1875

master, including many of his finest examples, have been lent to the olob. Carram WARRZN, R E., bay prseenbed to thelJni• vorsity of Oxford, by the bands of Mr. Vans, alarge collection of coins in silverand copper, made by him, at his own expense, during the

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Kidderminster Times and Advertiser for Bewdley & Stourport

Kidderminster Times and Advertiser for Bewdley & Stourport Worcestershire, England

19 May 1900

IMMORALITY OP PLAYS. Mr. B. burro Immovably of proo speed, be lasi holding tint lb. I season, settoremei the Flowniai Mr. tlru►'i Mr. Loam. Trues upon one rill.. el wurinmon MOM I ag . .. materially meta problem' is law- Mr. Jackson • also by Mr. Amnia scant

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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

24 May 1919

Collis*. Australia; Mr. and Mrs. D. Oakley; Mr. and Mrs. Woad]; Tem, Doris, sad WISAIII Moody; Billy. Wilt. Hector. George, and Sam. workpeople; Mr. sad Mrs. Bert Partridge and Marjorie; Misses Hollisehsed: Mrs. Hatton and Lissie; Mr. and Mrs. Warr and Marjorie;

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Dudley Chronicle

Dudley Chronicle Worcestershire, England

22 Jul 1916

drawees across for Mrs. Packwood, hairdresser, Hill. to see. That lady we. a condenser. and was in the habit of sending for goods on approval. Witness trent four dresses by prisoner for Mrs. Packwood to see. They were the property of Mr. Clifford, and valued

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

15 May 1943

title of an address ifh'en by Mr. H. smith at the Women's Fellowship meeting in the Methodist Schoolroom on Tuesday and Mrs. Riffraff pre- sided Mr. S. RumeU. of the Hew& ley Mission. offered prayers and read the lemon. Mrs. R. Russell was the soloist and

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Tenbury Wells Advertiser

Tenbury Wells Advertiser Worcestershire, England

16 May 1899

that Paulson Among/ Jemmies, of the Glasgow And West of Sootland Technical Oiling% has resigned his chair of electrical engineering to detote himself to his private consulting motile. Professor Janneson bone of the best known of Scotch electrical engineers

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