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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

21 Aug 1950

estate workers and their families, but also to Lady Sempill and her three daughters, Janet, Bridget and Kirstie. It was Lord Sempill's secret. His recorded message was flown to this country addressed to Mr W. R. D. M'Naughton, the estate factor. None of

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

23 Nov 1968

The Laird may miss the Massey Ferguson THE LAIRD, making hi s first appearance since finishing second to Fort Leney in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March, made a magnificent comeback when winning the Kirk and Kirk 'Chase at Ascot yesterday, writes Dick

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

13 Feb 1969

Blackmon signs of coming back in his three-mile onefurlong Round-- ale Hunters Chase. - last race over the course, where welcome change of luck mu Hand ap 'Chase. Before recently. his narrow defeat-here he had On his first appearance under he finished

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

27 Dec 1963

DADODA (Mr S. litter Creme 1611-11 • DATUMS (Mrs. I. Crump 11-11-11 0) STIAUNG (Mt W. Istria) N E aSterlrf 7.1141 IS) morn (Mr A Milner( Miter 0-11-11 • RAIN (Mr. Plll4 S-11.11 r Da. D. lIM ASIOONAUT (Mr. R. Stamm Restos S-11-11 U2l /461 DUDOR (Mr. J Potts

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Jun 1998

0 ANGEL EYES (23) W Mr 811 4-2 BINT KALDOUN (RE) 117) (11F) C Batson 8 11 BLUESELLE Ss M 811 R Sluelore P (3) J Gobbed (3) J - 2 BOUNTEOUS BRE) (11) P Clupplatlyinl 11 BROWN SUGAR (29) U Elmhird 11 J Red Dab GAson FOLLOWING his Royal Ascot victories

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

6 Feb 1954

could Learn by reading all the books in the library I could not help wondering when he was going to get his work done if ne was going to spend his time 143 ' reading. Indeed, the trouble began almost as soon as he had taken the post He started on a section

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

17 Aug 1957

An Earlier Laird Another Sir James Sir James the First, he might call him— had spoken on that occasion and Mr Morton said that he could recall him saying that it wa s his belief that his grandson (the present laird) would prove himself to he a better

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Sports Argus

Sports Argus Warwickshire, England

12 Feb 1966

Remmers (IS): Mestala (Mr. P. C. Heron). Man of P:easure (Mr. P. Prendergast), Ussherville (Mr. P. L Hughes). Congratulations (Mr. P. Plood) Star Ranger Mr. J R Coal. Lynn Cross (Mr. M. A. Cisr.n). Aeon* Rlogh (Mr. J Ilnn), Lord Jim (Mr. D K. Weld). Arctic

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

3 Jan 1968

the • flat for his has been denied. to fill the mind of a man. If , , I Stakes and wound up with a goal. Fallon dived—and the co-owners. Mrs. Beryl Carr. I half-and-half reputation. you wanted a dream. Mill ball rolled underneath his Mr. Rupert Chalmers

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

10 Aug 1968

'fieraitt ABERCAIRNY LAIRD DIES Laird of Abercairny for 30 Years, Major James William Stirling Home Drummond Moray died at his home last Sunday, in his 68th year. He bad been ill for some time. He was educated at Eton and Sandhurst, joining the Soots

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

31 Aug 1985

Bradbume(7) 3- MENALIST R. W. Johnson 9 11-11 P. Johnson 4 13/FO2O- HUMYAK HOUSE F Fisher 5 11-7 Mr A. Gowler 6—01243-4 LARRY HILL dc Mrs J Goodtellow 11-5 Mr P Dannis (7) 5-4 Susanna; 5-2 Humyak House 7-2 Larry Hill; 6-1 Menalisti

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

14 Sep 1950

Buenos Aires. For the launching. Mrs. de Hogan wits nominated by Mrs. Eva Peron. wife of the Argentine President. SMOOTH ENTRY Representing Cammell Laird and Co.. Ltd.. were Mr. R. W. Johnson (assistant managing director) and Mr. P. B. Hunter (director). Prior

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Strathearn Herald

Strathearn Herald Perthshire, Scotland

1 May 1965

thatched roof which was soon alight from end to end. Mrs Douglas phoned estate secretary Mrs Molly Walker, who called the fire brigade and rounded up an army of estate workers. With Sir James and his wife they managed to save most of the ground-floor contents

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

14 Apr 1952

GIFTS TO NEW LAIRD Mr Ewan Farrar, who inherited the estates of Lundie and Dronley on his 25th birthday —February 2 —met his tenants and employees at a get-together in the Murray Memorial Hall, Lundie, on Saturday. Mr Farrar, the son of Lady Sidney Farrar

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

5 Dec 1952

of the late Mr James Cheape and the late Lady Griselda Cheape. Strathtyrum. His bride is Miss Gladys Prodgers, daughter of the late Mr Cecil H. Prodgers and Mrs Prodgers, St Peters, Barbados. Mr Cheape is the only man entitled to play golf free of charge

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Daily Herald

Daily Herald London, England

9 Feb 1961

Caithness, agent for the was returning with his wife vesterdav from a holiday In the Bahamas. But won't be long before thev'rC off again holiday, this time Hongkong, Tokyo and Australia. After their Bahamas trip. Mr. and Mrs. Buckley returned by way of New York

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

11 Feb 1967

The Laird dramatic victory THE Sandown crowd gave The Queen Mother a warr sincere reception as she arrived in the winner's enclosui to congratulate Mr. Jim Joel and his gallant winner, it Laird, after the Stone's Ginger Wine Handicap Chase. Her Majesty

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 May 1966

LAIRD TO CASTLE New tenants have family link get lhe oees that deenchlre cutle U being Tacated by the laird and her huaband. Ur and Mr* Claeson Gordon, of Cluny Castle. Saucban. for similar reasons,'’ are moving at the and the month to a new, small boose

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

25 Feb 1969

004 Wren Rolm , Mrs Shaw( Kidd/ aloe WINDSOR 2.11. lady Jerk; when defeat was inevitable. 4204 Well .Mrs Serie.. .1 Hoe 410 t should be left open for the Rare Comedy will soon return 9 Reamers success of Fearless Fred who 23n The Laird: renlsWlE (terrific

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Nov 1987

made Vice Chancellor and Principal of Aberdeen University. Mr Farquharson-Lang was himself bom Oldmefdmm, where his father was minister for 10 years. ‘FarUe’ Lang, as he has been known most of his life, opted for career in the Civil Service in the Sudan

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