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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

22 Feb 1930

Amen tomb explorations. LAIRD'S BRIDE.—Mr. James Drummond- Hay and his bride, formerly Lady Margaret Douglas-Hamilton, at their home, Seggieden, Perthshire, at the conclusion of their honeymoon.—(By photo-telephony.) __ ____. Mr. Reuben Fowell, who has

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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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Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

24 Jun 1947

making grand total of 8,783 for senior and junior sections. Mr. William Garrett was re-elected president; Mr. James Dorward, 8.5. c., vice-president; and Mr. E. J. Garrett, hon. treasurer. Mr. J. B. Houston was appointed supervisor of the Belfast Arc.i

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

29 Jun 1934

launched by Lady Brown at Camniell Laird's Shipyard, Birkenhead, to-day. Inset below are Sir Harold and Lady Brown. Traded As Pirates Unlimited Mon Who Began Business On Wife's Dowry A Liverpool mau who adopted the title of Pirates Unlimited as his trade

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

17 Nov 1928

serving in his Majesty's Forces. a V Ist' 't.:- CHESHIRE COUNTY NURSING ASSOCIATION BAZAAR. Katharine DueMu of Westminster at the opening esremony on Thursday. Left to right: Mr. A. Mart Davies, Mr. N. J. ToDamasks, Lady Steamy of Aldertey. Mrs. Ilalselin

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

22 Feb 1937

winter sports at Klosters. Mrs Stewart-Mackenzie, who is a sister of Lord Lyell of Kinnordy, comes of an old Angus family, but she has a link with the Highlands, too, in that her mother, Mrs Lvell, is the eldest daughter of the late Mr Vernon J. Watney of Fannich

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Jul 1910

THE YOUNG LAIRD AND HIS BRIDE.” Allan, Stockbridge, then proposed the toast of the afternoon —** Mr Harry Pirie Gordon and his Bride.” He said was about six years ago that they met there lost ou the occasion of Mr Harry Pirie Gordon’s majority. They wished

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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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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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Hawick Express

Hawick Express Roxburghshire, Scotland

16 Aug 1929

wells; Mr and Mrs John Clayy, Chi and Mrs J. R. C. Cowan, Edin Mrs W. 8. Douglas, Msinhouse; r month Darling, W.S., Kelso; Mr G. F Whitehill, Gordon; Mr A. H. Eck& wells; Miss Erskine, Grey House; The Anchorage; Miss C. Henderson, dens, Bowden; Mr and Mee

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1 Mar 1934

during his last illness he constantly spoke to those around him the Doric. He was also no mean player the bagpipes. Keen Curler. All his life he was a gr*eat sportsman and a good man hounds. In his youth he was a well-known amateur jockey, Tiding hi 3 own

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Perthshire Advertiser

Perthshire Advertiser Perthshire, Scotland

9 Nov 1927

Kenneth and Colin Macrae, and Mrs W. Kimm, Annat Pitroddie; Mr and Mrs I Mr Pattman (of Condie Perth). and Mrs Pattman, Mrs A. Burdon, P. 0., Errol Bank. Errol; Mr Errol; Mr R. A. Stewart, and Mrs F. Finlayson, Rail wain the hands 1. Lamb's Restaurant, Dundee

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Graphic

Graphic London, England

14 Sep 1929

the North) with his party at the Aboyne Games. From left) Mr. Bradley Campbell, Lady Huntly, Miss Isabel Meuser, Lord Huntly, and Miss Marjorie Meuser. The Misses Meuser are the American nieces whom Lady Huntly has adopted THE CELT IN HIS GLORY (From left)

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The Graphic

The Graphic London, England

14 Sep 1929

the North) with his party at the Aboyne Games. From left) Mr. Bradley Campbell, Lady Huntly, Miss Isabel Meuser, Lord Huntly, and Miss Marjorie Meuser. The Misses Meuser are the American nieces whom Lady Huntly has adopted THE CELT IN HIS GLORY (From left)

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1904

ford, Mr. W. lairds, Mr. G. Satheriandr Mr. 'Forrest, Mr. James Young, Mr. George - Vic. ____------ kers, Mr. C. A. Murray' W. S. F. Lennge, :Arrivals at Kin pen Hord mail Mr. T. Askin, Mr. Gardners and 31saterOnnlatearnms—Lord and lady Alonbrock, Lady

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Weekly Irish Times

Weekly Irish Times Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Mar 1887

topic of conrerration KwihetvwhrL House was the engagement Craaborae Lady Alice Gore, Ledy Air lie’s sister and laird Arrau's second daughter, which la highly approved Lord and Lady .Sal -burr. The futun mistress of Hatfield is aaishleand accompli hpd

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The Bystander

The Bystander London, England

1 Oct 1930

everyone. Back in Town One or two people like Lady Louis Mountbatten, Lord Sefton, Lord Plunket, and others, have been back tor some time, but others like Lady Alexandra Metcalfe, Lady Brownlow, Lady Curzon, Mr. Willie Rhinelander Stewart, and so on, were

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Jan 1944

consisting of Cmdr. and Mrs Fellowes-Gordon, Major and Mrs M'Kenzie, Mr James M'Gillivray. the Rev. J. Youngson, of Tullynessle, the Rev. T. K. Palmer, of Clatt, and Mr George Taylor. After this Mr Wm. Tough, chairman, introduced Mr M'Gillivray, who as the

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Nottingham Journal

Nottingham Journal Nottinghamshire, England

30 Jul 1929

Prince Purachatra from Siam photographed with officials during his visit to Messrs. Cammell Laird's factory in Nottingham yesterday. PRINCE OF SIAM IN NOTTINGHAM. Films Scenes at Cammell Laird’s Works. Prince Purachatra, of Ham Beng Bejra, who is the Minister

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

5 Jan 1903

TRAGIC DEATH OF A FIFE LAIRD. THROWN FROM HIS TRAP AND KILLED. DAVID COOK, J.P, A sensation was create-d in Oupar and the north of Fife yesterday by the news that Mr D. Cook, J.P., Luthrie and Carphin, had met his death at the dangerous right-angle corner

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