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Croydon's Weekly Standard Buckinghamshire, England
16 Dec 1899
same employ, narrowly escaped with his life. A lad, too, named Eastham, aged 11, was also drowned while skating on a pit off Welbank-lane, Chorley. When will people see the necessity of waiting until the frost has been sufficiently severe to enable them toView article
Bucks Herald Buckinghamshire, England
15 May 1875
Saywell, rector of Kirkby Underwood, Lincolnshire. • , _ Rev. John Blood Singleton, vicar of Dowland, Devon. Rev. Champion Welbank Streattield, vicar of Isyooed, Denbighshire. ; . , ~ Rev. Ernest Hastings Swarm, vicar of Tottmgton, Norfolk. Rev. T. H. TarltonView article
Buckingham Express Buckinghamshire, England
21 Dec 1867
legacy of £6OO ; to his housekeeper and butler, each £l,OOO ; to his late laundress an annuity of £10; to Lis friend Rich std Welbank, Esq., £l,OOO all free of duty. He directs hie executors to make suitable gifts to his servanta according to length of servitudeView article
Buckinghamshire Examiner Buckinghamshire, England
24 Sep 1976
Amersham if the new offices were built, they had no intention of bringing more than three senior staff to the district. Mr John Welbank, a town planner and partner in the firm of Shankland Cox. retained by London Transport as planning consultants, said thatView article