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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

22 Feb 1930

CARSE LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE VISIT TO SEGGIEDEN. Mr James Drummond Hay and his charming bride, Lady Drummond Hay, formerly Lady Margaret Douglas Hamilton, arrived at Seggieden, the home of the Drumrrfbnd Hays in the Carse of Gowrie, yesterday morning. The

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Dec 1918

Inglis & Smith ; Mr Turner and Mr Johnston of Messrs. Morgan & Co. ; Mr P. Salmond, Mr' Cairns land Mr Maxton, etc. The soloists were Miss Johnston, with Messrs. W. &A. Johnston ; Mr W. R. Morrison with Messrs. Henderson Bros. ; Mr M‘Kenzie, with Messrs

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Type: Illustrated
Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

Sheffield Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Mar 1900

COMPLETE STORY. PERLING JOAN. OUR Laird was very young man when his father died, and gaed to France, and and Flanders, and Germany, immediately, and saw uaethiug him for three years; and my brother, John xiaird, went wi’ him aa his own body-servant. When that

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Type: Illustrated
Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1921

Eallogic and Mrs Nicol; Mr A. F. Irvine of Drum, Mrs Irvine of Stralonh, Mr and Mrs Quentin Irvine; Mr Ogilvie Forbes of Boyndlie and Mrs Forbes; the Hon. Mrs John, Abovne; Mrs Pelliam Clinton, Miss Burnett Ramsay, Mrs Thursby Pelham. Mrs i&oott-Elliott

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

7 Mar 1939

Christian Moray, fourth child of Mr Charles Moray, sixteenth of Abercairney, with Mr Home Drummond, of Blair Drurnmond. aptain Drummond Moray, who was born 1852, was the son of' Charles ■Stirling Home Drummond Moray and Lady Anne Georgina Douglas, daughter

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Jedburgh Gazette

Jedburgh Gazette Roxburghshire, Scotland

13 Nov 1908

the late Mn of the Clerk (Mr Wells Mahon) Tees- Robert Hope, and served as a 511 1 J-0011- (lay afternisait Then' were Present (lector tinder Mr Ballantvne. When Mr Mr John emeriti', (C airman), Prevost Ballantytte retired Mr NPLevy was 11- Young, Bailie

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Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

16 Apr 1910

Winfield, Mr. and Mr*. W. K. Smith, Mr*. T. Robinson, Mrs. and Miss Dean. Mr. and Mfs. P. Twiirt, Mr. J. South worth, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. King, and the Misnes Osborne. The Rev. C. R. Slee opened the proceedings with prayer. The Rev- Mr. Bowker

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

18 Jan 1994

BERT. January 16. 1994 . , beloved husband of Hilda. Will his arms with roses Laird. and when sou see him. smile. tell him that I miss him, and love him all the while. Sadly missed by all his 111111iiy Cremation at Landi.lllll. 7.30 a.m. on 114011dd1

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

21 Apr 1896

Public Notices. HER I U E. Mrs MARGARET GOURLAY LAIRD, 19 Scott Street, Dundee, Widow and Executrix William Laird, Preparing Overseer the employment of the Victoria Company (Limited), Dundee and Calcutta, has applied for Restriction of the Caution

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Type: Advertisement
Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

31 Dec 1889

tad Mrs. rims lid WES sass hi re ire d B. Les. rill abler Odra Ott Dori Mr. Omar Pier Worm). Br. Ord as Ifelle. Na. W. DdA.. (Di. bra). W. rd Mrs Oa sagrair goo Morn Joker Mr. sad is Lai (lhairkill). Mr. Wad Ms. le item Orbit; :- James sad Mr. ring

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

23 Jun 1906

.tiou of his services Is biological science, and of his straitened circumstances 150 Mr. Georgs Bsrnctt Smith : In addsto bis existing pension of A HO, in coosideratiou of his services to Utcratnre. and of his inadequate menus of support Mr*. Katherine

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Aberdeen Free Press

Aberdeen Free Press Aberdeenshire, Scotland

19 Apr 1894

laird and Lady Halifax. Captain and l.a lv Sutton, Lady Susan Sutton, Lelv Lip-. I,* Hobhonae, fcadv Clinton, Hon. Misaes Hoo.l, Sir Charles, Laily. I Crawford, Eirl and Counter-- trmwhv, S John.and Lady Oinstance Mr aw) M Sevan Forteacue, Sir R»-dver-«

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

8 Sep 1900

AND DERBYSHIRE WEEK BY WEEK. There* Lady Shrewehury. who i* *1 Eglmtoo CufUu, fc out JI well, laird Bigot, a laird to the Queen, h* BUthfield. Kugetoy, from London Memn Wiotorton and Son. will sell A.CXO hbroiebire gt-ep Lichfield, Thurwtoy. September

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Fifeshire Advertiser

Fifeshire Advertiser Fife, Scotland

27 Feb 1886

trying times, and so have the clergy, but sure will both find the young laird kiad and considerate landlord. (Applause.) Mr Fyshe, in replying, said-—On behalf of the tenantry, I thank Mr Clark for the manner in which he has proposed this toast, and there

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 Dec 1928

in person, but Mrs Ainslie took his place. The deputation, sixteen in number, assembled at the Home Farm, and headed by Piper Findlater, V.C., marched to the castle, where thoy were received in the dining-room by Mrs Ainslie, Mr and Mrs Julian Grant Duff

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Type: Article
Huntly Express

Huntly Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Mar 1906

LADY HENY GORDON. WHY SHE MARRIED THE LAIRD OF HALLEIF.AD. One of the meet extreerdinary incidents is Gordan°logy 1 the inarrisee of Lady Henrietta Gordon with Robert Gordon of Railhead. Lady Heerietta ass one of the eleven children of William, 'scone

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Henley & South Oxford Standard

Henley & South Oxford Standard Oxfordshire, England

31 Jul 1903

Rev. the Hon. W. Talbot and Mrs. Rice, Miss Muriel Ridley, Capt. and Mrs. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sutton, the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sutton, Mr. Leonard Sutton, the Misses Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sutton, th e Rev. S

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

22 Jul 1892

LAIRD IMRE% AND THE MANCHESTER LADY. That the Muter of the !toile (rays the Globe) has sot • very high opinion of the law anyone accustomed to wend • little time in the Court of Appeal knows lull well. Me gave his usual &dyke the other day to • Maimbenter

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Sunday Post

Sunday Post Lanarkshire, Scotland

22 May 1921

since January. ! Mr William Page, proprietor of the Crown Hotel, Southampton, spoke to entries in his books, which showed that a Mr and Mrs Little had occupied a double room with a single bed in his hotel. The lady was not the pursuer. ! Mrs Phyllis Parker

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

19 Jun 1947

country-wide search. Mr. Lockett said: Gordon was armed when arrested. but there was no struggle and no difficulty. Tuesday s shooting incident at his home in Queensway, Tynemouth, in which his rather was found shot dead and his mother and seven-years-old

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Type: Article