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5 matches for Welbank in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Cornwall, England

Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

6 Jul 1916

Trew, 16s. OJd. :■ Miss Frost, £1 15s. 2id.: National Food Association, 4s. 5d.: Beaver, Os. 6d.; Cornishmau, £2 7a. 9d.; Welbank Co., 12s. 6d.: carriage of goods, 10s.: sundries, 55.: groceries, etc., 65.; prizes, £8 •2s. 6d.: total, £35 12s. 3d. Credit

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

24 May 1861

Winchester. In a Congregation held immediately af tewards the following degrees were conferred : — Master of Arts. Rev. Thomas Welbank Fowle, Oriel College. George Henry Finch, New College. Rev. Charles Theobald, Trinity College. Rev. William Maunder Hitchcock

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

7 Jul 1821

from Lisbon, which she left on the 4th June, spoke on the 20th June in Lai. 49 46, Long. 15 5 the ship Regent. Capt. Thomas Welbank, six months from Bombay, all well. Also arrived, the Duke of Kent Packet (Ist), Capt. Coteswortn, from Lisbon, which she left

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

21 Dec 1867

legacy of £5OO ; to his housekeeper and butler, each £l,OOO ; to his late laundress an annuity of £10; to his friend Rich ar d Welbank, Esq., £l,OOO all free of duty. He directs his executors to make suitable gifts to his servants according to length of servitude;

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

9 Nov 1849

from among themselves two gentlemen as members of the council in tbe vacancies occasioned by the resignation ot Mr. Richard Welbank, and the lamented death ef Mr. Aston Key. The candidates brought forward were Mr. George Pilcber, of Great George- street

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