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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

29 Nov 1991

w At the dinner, from kft Mr Nimmo, Mr Duncan, lon Laird, lady president Betty Lettick George Duffus, lady vice-president Anne Markle, Mr Gowons, Mrs E. Urquhart and Mr Urquhart. DUNDEE ENTERTAINER George treated to a dinner and dance as well given at

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

7 Aug 1963

The laird Mayer et CeventrY. Mrs. ADers. shaking kande with Mr. Harry Sherwood, the .Ideal iminber the ALEX. eating, before the departure today. Mr. Sherwood. a fernier toolmaker, is SC years *id and retired when he was 7L COACH TOUR FOR A.E.U. PENSIONERS

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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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Lennox Herald

Lennox Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

14 Sep 1990

and Flona Mac- Donald, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Laird, East Knockbartnock, Loch Wlnnoch. MCINTYRE - REID Both families are delighted to announce the engagement of David, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Mclntyre, 11 Cutnbrae Crescent North, Castlehill

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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

18 Jun 1971

have willth H thatday Mr ea living. Mr Davis wondered if ever y been granted to his widow Mrs be the local elections in Sexily asked about having a bath Am Davies. dt l with dark a selected the hadn't eloquently indicated in Mr Albert Pinner of 38 Stan-

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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
Harrow Observer

Harrow Observer London, England

20 Jun 1975

fast bowler John Price, paceman Bruce Laird and Alan Hurst, the latter two Australian tourists. Laird. opening with Price, hit 19. but the main contribution from a total of 110 came from V. Gough (40). The score was in the nineties before Henry Pinkus

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

22 Sep 1975

1.. e Li,erpool Echo, /Amodio, Big dip in Laird Group profits Pretax profit for tnc Laird Grv..p, -.lth its diversified interests in metal industries, transport and aviation, motor components and other engineering, and dap repairing, down for the half-year

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

5 Apr 1986

Nick's true love for his `Perfect Lady' 1 HORSEWOMAN Entail.int tribalism The c Mos THEY came In two removal vans—spilled out on a Cornish corner of Britain some 16.000 pieces of history looking for a future. That future Is now assured. Five years and

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

29 Apr 1964

(11rwnt to provide new Miners pick candidate ntiRMA M maim toda Mr .1 tuned i W ..A 'flan ti t ve RACING MAIM tabour MP tor North- West Durham He a Mr Rabat W aunties CARm a:r= .. the. S Mr Romer, *No e et Drive Mali Lane &AM* am bate' the Durham Area N

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 May 1966

included Mr. A. F. Hull. chairman Eller- Liverpool's hous i n nian's Wilson Line. Ltd. and problem could be solved Mrs. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. 'P. G. only by approaching the Staniforth. Mr. and Mrs. J. task of slum clearance and W. R. Fewlass. Mr. and Mrs. the

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Reading Evening Post

Reading Evening Post Berkshire, England

24 Dec 1968

Alibi (BFI (Mrs .1 K Gardner) H Nicholson 10 10 Hornblue (Mr S Ingham) Ingha.n 10 10 02 Bruno One (Mrs S Joseph) Miss Sinclair 10 10 00 Contodoro (Mr G Kelly) W Kelly 10 10 0 Pike k Eel (Mr T G M..chin) R A Moore 10 10 3 Celestial Sun (Mrs D .ilcNab) J

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

27 Nov 1993

El Tel's Lairds' tough task CARLSBERG Tetley West Cheshire League leaders CAMMELL LAIRDS have a great FA Vase third round home tie against North West Counties first division Glossop North End on December 11 (2pm). * * * There are three outstanding FA

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

23 Jan 1987

School. Members of the public are welcome to attend. BOWLING Friday night winners were: darts 1 Mrs D. Nelson; 2 Mr K. Barrie. Dominoes 1 Mr R. Bell; 2 Mr A. Gelletly. Snowball not won. Players in the winter competitions are required w play outside first

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1999

11325. PICKET PIECE (NOD Nidalsonl3ll 3 —2522 P. SYMONDS NI (152)J FlzGoralds ID 13 4 P 4125 BRONIIAU.0*(111) Mrs B MANS 103 6 —103'.5 LONG ROOM LADY (IRE) (I) N Tri14t044615 10 0 Upselyn Slew 7- ROAM Pme. Symmis Im, 6.1 Phir UNA *ask 7-1 Lang Row Lack A-

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

25 Dec 1969

But, she explained, the laird had lived Kent for than 30 years and all his interests they- included yachting and those his grown-up family were,there, and none of them felt like settling in Aberdeenshire. Although the former laird, the late Commander G

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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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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Apr 1987

Buahell (1«) 87: MUs R, Dunsmulr (8)'88. Mrs 8, Bain (141. Mrs wnyte Mrs J. Davidson <2Bl 69, Mrs C. Higgins (23) Mrs D R. b Scott (19) 71: Mrs O D. Knowles (26). Mrs R Petrie (29). Mrs OF. Webster 1 19) 74. ABERDEEN SCH

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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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