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12 matches for Welbank in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Cheshire, England
  • For Years: 1850 - 1899

Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

23 Dec 1899

1817. Mr. Yates was appointed first county court judge for Cast Cheshire, and fouryean later with his wife came t. reddest Welbank. The late-fudge Yates wa* one if the first gentlemen take an active interest in the introduction railways and hi- was .-oe

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Hyde & Glossop Weekly News, and North Cheshire Herald

Hyde & Glossop Weekly News, and North Cheshire Herald Cheshire, England

29 Apr 1865

of Joseph Sladen, of Hartabourne Manor, Harts, Faq., to Augusta St.. John, eldest daughter of Joseph John Yates, Esq., of Welbank, in the county of Ches. ter, Judge of County Courts. On the 191 h inst., at the Parish Church, Hoddersfield. Thomas, son of

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

12 Jan 1853

Colonel Porter Captain George Ross, R.E Rev. Henry Tasker, Vicar of Soham, Cambridgeshire Thomas Weedling, Esq. Captain Welbank T. P. P. Isaac Jones, Islington Mr. C. Ha s, Long-acre Brevet-Major B. Beaumont M'Cumming, unattached Colonel G. Baker Col

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

2 Feb 1853

'Thomas E. Napier, C.B. 25 0 aphis George Ross, B.E 2 2 0 Rev. Henry Tacker, Vicar of iloba:O . i, 600 ing, F.Q. 25 0 0 Caplan Welbank .. 10 0 0 I T. P. P. Isaac Jones, Fag., Islington .. .. Mr. C. Barris, Long-acre Brevet-Major R. Beaumont 4 Ca . mmiti, unattached

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

23 Dec 1899

Winter Assembly were held in January 1855, 1856 and 1858. Death or a Cheshire Ladt. — Tbe death took place on Sunday, at Welbank, near Sand- bach, of Mrs. Yates, widow of the late Judge Yates, first county court judge for East Cheshire, who predeceased

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Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser

Congleton & Macclesfield Mercury, and Cheshire General Advertiser Cheshire, England

21 Dec 1867

legacy of £5OO ; to his housekeeper and butler, each Xl,OOO ; to his late laundress an annuity of 210; to his friend Richard Welbank, Esq., £l,OOO all free of duty. He (Ikeda his executors to make suitable gifts to his servants according to length of servitude

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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

31 Jul 1891

Chatter:ion, Mrs Chattetton. Mr R. G. Webster. M.P. far one of the Loade /Mime. Mayor Kennedy, J.P., Mn Kennedy, Mn Yates (Wel/bank ties Mims Wader Mr and Mrs rush. Ms J. Redd All and Mrs Earley, Mr U. Wedsmeth, Mr and Mn Woolf, Mee Rigby. end Mn Terolissoc

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

20 Dec 1899

column, gives a number of particular, our feeders will be interested in seeing. or • LADY. —The death took place on Sunday, at Welbank, near Sand. bacb. of Mrs. Tate.. widow of the late Judge Yates, drat county court judge for East Cheshire, who predemased

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Chester Courant

Chester Courant Cheshire, England

26 Jan 1853

Porter Captain George Rosa .. 22 0 Rev. Henry Tooker, Vicar of Bohas: Cambridgeshire Thomas Weaning, Esq. .. 25 0 0 Captain Welbank 10 0 0 isa;eJonea, Esq., Islington .. 3 3 0 Mr. C. Barris, Long-acre 1 1 0 Brevet-Major B. Beaumont unattached Colonel G.

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Type: Illustrated
Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

10 Dec 1870

Woodhouse, Norley Hall, Frodsham Mrs. Phdip Whiteway, The Birches, Weston Mrs. W. F. Wright, The Castle Mre. St. John Yates, Welbank stewards : Sir T. G Frost i Colonel King R. Roberts, Esq., Sheriff J. Humberston Leche, Esq H. Lloyd, Esq., Recorder Major

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

17 Dec 1870

Woodhouse, Norley Hall, Frodsham Mrs. Philip Whiteway, The Birches, Weston Mrs. W. F. W right, The Castle Mrs. St. John Yates, Welbank STEWARDS : Sir T. G. Frost i Colonel King E. Roberts, Esq., Sheriff J. Humberston Leche, Esq H. Lloyd, Esq., Recorder Major

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

24 Dec 1870

Woodhouse, Norley Hall, Frodsham Mrs. Philip Whiteway, The Birches, Weston Mrs. W. F. Wright, The Castle Mrs. St. John Yates, Welbank stewards : Sir T. G. Frost , Colonel King R. Roberts, Esq., Sheriff! J. Humberston Leche, Esq H. Lloyd, Esq., Recorder Major

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Type: Advertisement