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3 matches for Welbank in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Dorset, England

Sherborne Mercury

Sherborne Mercury Dorset, England

10 Jan 1846

and C. 11. Turner, Esq., of Rook's Nest, J. Cressingham, Esq., Captain Kemmis, T. Weall, Esq., Beyhonj Esq., and Captain Welbank, most of whom are large proprietors of land the county, and a number of farmers were also present. After several spirited

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Southern Times and Dorset County Herald

Southern Times and Dorset County Herald Dorset, England

9 Nov 1878

Joyoe, Mr. C. Car, Mr..l. Cambell Macklean, Mr. and Mrs. H. Copeland, Mr. W . Mr. Citroen, Mr. R. D. Scott, Mr. and Nre. J. Welbank, Mr. Cowen, Mr. Kirk, Mr. Jenks, Mr. Moor. Mr. Gifford, Mr. Slater, Mr. Durrell, Mr. Barringer, Mr. Wilkin, Mr. Red, Mr. Braford

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Dorset County Chronicle

Dorset County Chronicle Dorset, England

3 Jul 1828

of sdaughter. Married] on the lat insL, at BathwieV Church, Bath, the Rev. F. Gardiner, M.A., rector -of Richard Thoniat Welbank, Esq-, -ofthe Madras Infantry, to Margaret Sophia, eldest daughter of John Lee Allen, Esq., of BrroT Park, In the county of

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