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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

21 Nov 1868

Henry O Renshaw Esq Bank Hall Chn pel-en de-Frith Mr Rowland Matlock Rol>ert Simpson Esq Alderley Mr Aldernwu Stafford Glossop John Esqßrookfield John Shu-k, Esq, Bowdon Hall, Cluipel-eu-le-Erith Thomas Slacke, Esq, MD Slack Hall Francis Sumner, Esq, Glossop

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Type: Advertisement
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

22 Nov 1878

Mr. Bright,—The Right Hon. John Bright, M.P., now staying the Qiiinta, Oswestry, a visit to Mr. Barnes. Hospital Sunday.—The Secretary (Mr. Fisher) received a donation of 10s. from Mr. Sewel!. The vicarage of Littleton, \Vprcestershire, and the rural

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Type: Article
Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

14 Nov 1916

Death of mk. j. coke Th® Hon. John Ook®, Darin-, died in London on Sunday, 89. Mr. Coke was the last surviving child of the Thomas William Coke, the famous “Coke of Norfolk,’’ afterwards Earl Leicester, with Arm© Amelia Kerpel. the daughter the fourth

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Type: Article
Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette

Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette Huntingdonshire, England

17 Mar 1832

At Holkham, Lady Anno Coke, of a daughter.—The lady of Edmund Jerningham, Esq. daughter.—At Elmhara Hall, Norfolk, the.Hon. Mrs. Milles, of daughter.- The lady of Dr. Lushjngton, M.P. of two sons.—The Rt. Hon. Lady Petre, of son. J^larrtcß. Charles, eldest

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Type: FamilyNotice
Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

12 May 1894

°*Mr? John Barn* on Thursday met with accident Battersea Park.* cricket ball ■truck the hon. member with Kreat force, cutting hl» face and blacking his eye. Mr. Boro., with hU hK» »orglc.llT M.ed. «ab Isequently proceeded the House Com- I T**d* and Budget

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Type: Article
Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

18 Oct 1873

Princess of Wales, accompanied by Prince John or- Glucksburg, and attended by the Hon. Mrs. Coke M, S3 Knoliys, and Mr. Holzrnann, went to tho ooutn Kensington Museum yesterday. His Royal Highness Prince John of Glucksbur* who has been staying several

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Type: Article
Western Mail Type: Illustrated
Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

7 Jul 1865

A REMARKABLE CURE OF INDICES i ion and BKONCQITIS, in letter sent to Mr. JOHN HALL by Mr. Joseph Barn*. liie was la daily peril owing to disease of the bronchial tabes, and also the inability of the stomach to digest aay animal food, both being of about

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Type: Article
Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

15 Sep 1865

A REMARKABLE CUBE OF INDIQEBTION and BRONCHITIS, in a letter s«nt to Mr. JOHN HALL Mr. Barns. ** In ISfil life was in daily peril disease of the bronchial tubes, and also the inability of stomach digest | any animal food, both being of abant M.ree years’

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Type: Article
Bucks Herald

Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England

19 Jan 1907

AND THE HON. JOHN COKE. The beautiful interior of the Guards* Chapel j was at its best on Tuesday for the marriage of ■ the Hon. John Coke. Scots Guards, fifth son j the Earl of Leicester, G., with Miss Lawson, only child of the Hon. Harry and Mrs. Lawson

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Type: Article
Music Hall and Theatre Review

Music Hall and Theatre Review London, England

16 Jun 1893

THE MUSIC HALL SICK FUND• PROVIDENT SOcIETY. Established 1867. (Enrolled according to Act of Parliament.) Hon. President—Mr. JOHN NASH. Hon. Vice—Mr. WILL lAM BAILEY President Mr. HERBERT CAMPBELL. Vice-President Mr. G. W. EATON Treasurer—Mr. E. W. MACK

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Type: Article
Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

29 Nov 1932

ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS against the late Mr JOHN HISLOP, Farmer, formerly Renton Barns, Berwickshire, and Latterly of Bowsden Hall, Northumberland, are requested to lodge same with the Subscriber within ten days fi'bm this date; AND ALL PARTIES INDEBTED

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Type: Article
Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Oct 1934

OS PEL HALL, COTTON LANE. LAURIE STON.—SPECIAL MEETINGS. Mr BARNES. Evangelist Lord’s Day, 2.30 and 6.30 p.m. WEEK-NIGHTS, 8 Singer—JOHN GILLESPIE.

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Type: Article
Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

28 Nov 1934

Mr. Walter Barnes will conduct the Penzance Orchestral Society in a concert to relayed from St. John's Hall. Penzance, for West Regional listeners at half-past seven this evening. Miss Eleanor Wilkinson (harpsichord) will play with orchestral accompaniment

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Type: Miscellaneous
Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

2 Feb 1920

DEATH OF LADY KATHERINE COKE. death announced of Lady Coke, her year. Widow tho Hon. Henry John Coke, of Longford, Derby, she had been associated with the Court for many years. A friend in childhood the late Duchess Tcck, she was afterwards appointed

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Type: Article
Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

11 Mar 1932

Mrs. J. Barran (right), formerly the Hon. Alison Hore-Ruthven, a matron-of-honour at the wedding of her twin sister, Margaret, and Mr. Peter Llewelyn Davies, godson of Sir James Barrie, and the original Peter Pan.” Mrs. Barren's husband is the eldest

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Type: Article
Dundee People's Journal

Dundee People's Journal Angus, Scotland

27 Oct 1888

MR JOHN MOItU'.Y I'I’.IITII. i ln Monday the Hon. John Morlev, M.l’., a public intetiii ri Mi* City Hall, JVith, under the anspicee the l.iliereH .>t' I’eith at d district. When it became kn that the celebrated atalewian w»* to visit IVrth the local Liberals

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Type: Article
Norwood News

Norwood News London, England

20 Feb 1909

Mr. John Burns and the North Surrey Schools THE NEW SCHOOL HALL. On Saturday last, the Rt. Hon. John Borne, M.P., Preei , lent of the Local Government Board, visited the North Surrey Schools at Anerley for the purpose of opening the boys' new class rooms

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Type: Article
Yarmouth Independent

Yarmouth Independent Norfolk, England

23 Jan 1926

saw Mrs. Coke who said was not returning Major Coke and was OBTAINING A SEPARATION. these circumstance* plaintiff did rt&t wish to 90 back. She had already told Mr*. Coke she was not getting sufficient food and had a rery unpleasant term. Mrs. Coke pleaded

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Type: Article
South Bucks Standard

South Bucks Standard Buckinghamshire, England

18 Jan 1907

LAWSON AND THE HON. JOHN COKE. South Bucks in general, and Beaoonsfield. (jarticulur, were much interested in the taar-4ago Mims Dorothy Olive Laweou, the eluent grand-daughter Lord Burnham, ot Hall Barn, and the only child of the Hon. Marry Lawfcon,

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Type: Article