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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

23 May 1952

an interest in his grandfather's £90.000 estate. Trustees of his grandfather's will, Mr. Eric Herbert Channon. Mrs. Margaret Blanche Headlev.l and Barclays Bank, intervened in the suit and said he was an adopted son. Mr. Cleave said his birth was not recorded

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1955

the laird's eldest son. Before the marrianc made public John was d'a Barbara told the laird wife there might be but Lady Busta rr‘i;; accept the marriage. became ill and when her marriage wore missing. Another claimant Many years later by Lady Bu.-ta

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Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser

Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

28 Jun 1955

THE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE The Laird of Pennan and his Dutch bride received a grand welcome home from the village folk last week. Mr David S. Watt, who became the Laird when his father died last year, has been in Holland for the past two years as geologist

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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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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

4 Oct 1955

in Edinburgh Mr David B. Balfour, Craigard, Tayport, and Mrs I. M. Laird, Fountainbrae, Monifieth, after their wedding in Colinton Parish Church, Edinburgh, yesterday. Johnny says ta-ta with Tattie Bye Tattie Bye,” says Johnny Victory as his 14-week summer

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

5 Dec 1950

TRIBUTE TO MR JOHN LAIRD Paying tribute to the late Mr John Laird, Edrom, Rev. J. F. Macdonald at a meeting the Presbytery of Duns, at Duns on Tuesday, said that he had been a lojal and devoted member of the Church. For close on half a century he had

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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

22 Apr 1959

Sheriff, and Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. J. Boyd, M.8.E., the Resident Medical Superintendent, Dr. D. J. C. Dawson; and the Secretary, Mr. J. L. Hogg. The visitors were received at the Guildhall by the Mayor and Mayoress (Senator J. G. Colhoun and Mrs. Colhoun)

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

21 Mar 1957

rateable to and respectively. Giving his decision Mr. J. Laird, member of the tribunal. said the court were wrong in reducing the assessment, which would reinstated at £29 gross and rateable There wlu be no order to costs. Mr. Bern had asked the court to reduce

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Liverpool Echo Type: Illustrated
Derry Journal

Derry Journal Londonderry, Northern Ireland

23 Jul 1951

The Ladies' Committee responsible for the catering arrangements at Strabane Celtic’s annual dance at the Patlidrome, Strabane. From left Miss Elizabeth Boyle. Mrs. E. Boyle. Miss R. Madden. Mrs. P. Gallagher, Mrs. F. Gallagher. Miss B. Curry and Mrs. A

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Oct 1955

Four ladies seeking a title cluster round to prepare a table at Burroughs and Watts hall, Soho Square, London, for the women's amateur snooker championship first round te•day. From the left are: Mrs. Nancy Webb, Tottenham; Rita Holmes, Leyton; Mrs. Marion

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Aug 1954

organised by Mrs Howden. Mrs M'Gill and Mrs Nicol took place in the Torwood Foundry Canteen on Wednesday evening. Twenty-two tables were occupied and the Cardmaster was Mr John Howden. The prizes, won by Mrs Laird, Mrs Arundel Mrs Spalding. Mrs Paterson.

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Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser Lanarkshire, Scotland

12 Dec 1953

Sudden death. Shortly before midnight on Monday, Mrs Bridget Cassidy collapsed in her home at 55 Lady Wilson Street. Mrs Cassidy, who was 58 years of age, died before a doctor could be summoned. She had three sons and four daughters. Found Property. Quite

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West Lothian Courier

West Lothian Courier West Lothian, Scotland

17 Jul 1953

young man, on the death of his father became Earl of Buchan and Laird of the Parish of Strath. brock. He could, through his family connections, have made a name for himself in London. He preferred. however, to return to his native Scotland to look after

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St. Andrews Citizen

St. Andrews Citizen Fife, Scotland

16 May 1953

were:—Partner 1 Mrs Niven and Mrs Alexander, 2 Mr Balteziuk and partner. 3 Misses E. and B. Norrie, 4 Mrs Swan and Mrs Johnston, 5 Miss Bowyer and Mrs MTntosh. Ordinary whist: —Ladies —1 Mrs Scott, Mrs Murray, 3 Mrs Gordon, 4 Mrs MacMillan, View article

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

12 Oct 1957

sketch. Solos wee rendered by Mrs George Mailer and Mr J. A, Garrie, and a recitation by Mrs C. M. King. The ace - paniments for the dancing and choral items were played by Miss Chrissic Campbell and for the solos by Mrs I. Hepburn.

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1950

Whyte; 2, Mrs A. Morrison: consolation, Miss Betty Davy. Gentlemen —1, Mrs Plenderleith; 2. Mr J. Cramb; consolation. Mrs A. Campbell. Dominoes —l, Mrs Keir; 2. Mrs Pollock. Hostess prize, Mrs Stronach. The votes of thanks to Mr and Mrs Woodburn were proposed

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

7 Sep 1953

week his passage reserva- Wednesday was confirmed, had his mother that things Maro fi*ed the rush was on. Lady without , Wou ld not let him go away he \ 'he party even though it meant to be faced with a hectic week. n^S . Wef going well until Lady she

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

21 Jul 1956

couples attended. M.C.s were Mr Gordon !Medic and Mr .1. It. .t spot waltz prize was won by Mr and Mrs Itioliert and lucky prizes were win—i. Mr P. McDuff; 2, Miss Rita Grant: 3, Mr T. Sinitic. Dance music was supplied by Mr A. McGregor. Cionrie. and tea

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

23 Feb 1954

M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Jamaica, and Mrs A. L. Johnston. Ravelston Garden, Edinburgh. The bridegroom is the son of the late Captain and Mrs Pringle of Torwoodlee, and his groomsman was his brother, Mr George Pringle. The bride was given away by her brother

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