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Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser

Alderley & Wilmslow Advertiser Cheshire, England

9 Jan 1920

the 29th uit., took plaoc at Elworth ureh on Friday. The deceased gentleman, who was 72 years of age. had been employed at Welbank as gardener for about thirlY Years and he was known throughout the dietrict. The tervice waS oonduuted by the Rev. Thomas

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

4 Feb 1928

was fat led net esenentat'ouslr. Slackes inherned the traditions of bee parento—Judge Yates and Mn. Yates, who resided at Welbank, and who had the high «teem of the people et Ithodbeeh. She married Mr. Jos /laden, who was attached to th e old Bendel Civil

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

22 Sep 1934

visitors to face a strong sun. The opening exchanges brought danger to York, but Pinder nipped in at the critical moment when Wel!banks got going. and Cunntngham was able to pick up and clear. I Sargeant and Cresswell combined to produce further trouble, but

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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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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

16 Oct 1926

Sandbank, formerly on the Mal of the ?raising School. while their third daughter, Edith Prondlore. married Mr. Geo. Eaton, Welbank Farm„ Bradwall, nod mos of lir. and Mrs. T. Eaton. Reynolds Farm. Sandbech Meath. The Rev. H. &beheld d by the Res. T. Prow

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

23 Jun 1956

. Discus: 1. H Bel! •Ruticorn), 1331 L. tittle.; 3. A Jaeli:n *Crewe). Shot: 1, D •Cretter. Sift. 11Ina.; ^ T -1 2, - Wel'bank. 4 Cretc , . IN yards : 2. .1 'Wirral , : 3. N Howard 'Runcorn). 2311 yards: 3. Jones .Wirral). How step and jump: 3. .1

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

7 Apr 1928

the British Olympic Council. He is • keeu cricketer. PURCHASE 0? A BRADWALL Telegraph From Our Os■ Mr. el. D. Barlow ►aa Wel'bank, • country residence et Br•dwall. dendbsch, whisk is the Northeich Division. Mr. Barlow intends to live there and so he in

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

9 Feb 1935

beautiful pass from Wallbatils to Kelly should have brought results, but the winger carried it over the tine. while, abets Wel!banks got right through, he shut tamely well past the upright Chester found passes g g astray, and this caused movements to break

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

3 Nov 1972

provided a little with nature for the half dozen creates who tripped over. Results (corrected time) L Graduate 1826 (Nigel Welbank) 64.115; 2, W 230 (Brim)

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

11 Feb 1928

Creating Clsolmoodeley. Jan. 28, 1929 at 46, .trees. Crewe, James 757 trued at Crewe Cemetery, Feb. I. SLADEN-0a F.b. I. at Wel!bank. Saudboa. Augusta St. Jobs. widow of Joeeph S! Bengal Civil Service aged 84. SWKTENHAM—On Feb. 3. 1828. at Wog -- MOU;tt

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

4 Sep 1937

Stallard and family desire to cspress thee. thanks for NI menages of in their recent tereayement and for the floral tributes. Wel:bank Cottages. Bradeall. Sandtoch. CREWE FIRE BRIGADE SUMMONED TO WASPS' NEST A wasps' nest was responsible for the Crewe Corporation

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

29 Dec 1934

forwards seemed to find inspiration. and though Stockport were playing as bard as ever, they were completely out.generaled. Wel!banks continued the good work which he did against Trstimere, but there was a difference this time. lie had better support from

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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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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

1 Sep 1934

pressure for • time, and • goal kick brought relief. The football was good, and after clever work by Hughes, Whittain, and then Wel!banks, tested the home keeper, but Askew had not been greatly troubled f at. Pitcairn was beaten for possession by Gray, and Younger

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

2 Mar 1935

trio. never hesitant an the tackle., and fnwpiently spoon feeding five forwards: Wation, the captain and pi.ot. controlled Wel!banks cleverly. as well as opening out repeatedly for his own forwards. Scott on the left • 1114 g 1111• S a constant source of

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

28 Jul 1945

lIA .eist A.t.. or D.L. nut' *; uu t rite Bu■ L 5. l'Arjnic;e. t rear y.i36 in good •undi. : Mon. iarr.• Mrs. t . I•ntion Wel:bank harm.

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Crewe Chronicle

Crewe Chronicle Cheshire, England

29 Apr 1933

Mn. Jolly. The arrangement. were by Mssrs. Thornhill sad Bon. THE LATE MR. ALFRED BARKER.—The Imam) of Mr. Alfred Barker. Welbank Cottage., Bradt.ll, took place at Astbury Churen on Wednesday. Mr. Barker St 74, and iived with bit daughter. Mrs. J. Proudlose

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

27 Oct 1934

idea of doing mot. than enamel( an the .ay and hoping for the What a lucky goalkeeper he wits: For . .V, he bleaka a Wel!banks shot from a centre, and nnen 11,tglies re.gathered the rebound it seethed the easiest of gs for Chester. But no. the ball

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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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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

14 Apr 1934

bare made no change for their visit to Accrington to-itiy. Team -- Middleten. •ennett. Little. Morris. Stitt. Sell. Whittam Wel'banks Wilson Sergeant The ROberlo team to entertain titalybrid:e Celtic in the Cheshire County League at the Stadium will be!—

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