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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

18 Nov 1857

Y.P., end lady Bonny, Omani Sir Willoughby Cotton, G.C.8.,1.C.H., Colonel Maodowsll, C. 8., and rawly. Colonel and Mrs. Welbank, Major and Mrs. Herbert, and Bev. Mr. and Mn. Bested and family. AT TNT *AMOS num. Colonel Baker, Colonel and Mrs. Bodes,

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

28 May 1902

W. Craven ; from Neweastle-on•Tyne. Memo. J. C. B. Catnach. C 1.,!, J. Smith, and H. Marto! i lr i, m Bingley. Mr. N. H. Welbank ; from Hanley. Ald. Greenwood and Mr. W. Lewis Grant ; from Woolwich, Ald. G. Bishop. Merin. H. E. Tholes, W. J. Boeing, R

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

2 Sep 1909

gUst 25. at Stroud Hospital. Rose Ireland. of Ebley —aged years MircHELL—August 29. at the Imperial Nursing Home. Thomas Welbank Mitchell, H.M.1.R.. of IVhitelodge. Moorend-grove NEWMAN—August yI , at the Railway Inn. Dean . .. walk. Gloucester. George

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

20 Mar 1901

Ashlingvillas, and Anonymous; magazines, Miss Holt, licklogien. Mrs. Henwood, 365. Higb'.treet; magazines and papers. Mrs. J. Welbank Mitchell, 14, Park-place. STREET C,SUALTIES.—As • 'brie belonging to the Omnibus Coniu.ny wan proceeding along the Promenade

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

29 Aug 1906

Farquhar Sladen, I.C.S. (United Provinces). younger son o the late Mi. Joseph Sladen, B.C.S. and Oudl3), and of Mrs. Sladen. of Wel'bank. San Cr. bach i . Cheshire. and Miss Mary Bainbridge. elder daughter of Major-Gen. F. T. Bainbridge. 8.5. C.. of Santa Cruz

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

18 Oct 1905

Aim 14, at Leckharnpoin Parish Church, Hugh G. S. Webb, son of Dr. Webb. Hornsey, late of the Limes, Nortbleach, to Vera Welbank. clang ter of T. W. Mitchell, of White Lodge. Cheltenham U ; Oiler; made, lid r if;;t : accept edtee th returned. Dvelers

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

26 Jul 1948

three passengers, Mrs. Annie Welbank and her daughter, Doreen, of Manchester, and Mr. Charles lies, of Bibury. All five involved in the accident were taken to Cheltenham General Hospital, where Mr. Harrison and Miss Welbank were detained. They both received

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Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

29 Aug 1863

last Lied Lyons •falifilll4lll6l4 replied by el ash Wallas be Amer With shim to Memel Ingram el threemmerai m Masdais Oa welbank the war as a peed that dMaat Modem with the %itimatar Ueda, be OM poet Mal Remsli replied that this was warristestits lawful

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Cheltenham Examiner

Cheltenham Examiner Gloucestershire, England

9 Dec 1909

Dar!, y Dale Leah. Mr. and Mrs., 13, York-tirraer Leahy, Maj. and Mrs. (from London), 10. Lansdown-placc Mitchell, Mrs. Welbank (from Chedn-orth). '3. York-terrace Pitthall. Mr. and Mrs. (from Bath), 6, Promenade Terrace Rathbrrne. Mss F. (from Devises)

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

21 Oct 1905

Proctor, Hugh George Stilks Wibb, e Peshawar, India, only son of Dr. Webb, er/i' late of rlie Northleach, to Vera Welbank, Chei t Thomas Welbank Mitchell, of White Lodge, nha m. , B y License.) >er 16th ' at St - Giles Cathedral » Edinburgh, the - J. Cameron

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

9 May 1919

the TEWKESBURY COMMUNAL KITCHEN, includias Cast Iron Heated HOT CLOSET, with Carring Tr.ble and Shelves. Portable BOILER, W’ELBANK'S Patent Oral BOILEKETTE. Deal Bit. COUNTER Fitted. KITCHEN DRESSER, TABLES. CUPBOARDS. MEAT SAFE. CHAIRS. T.ar'{e Quantilr

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

14 Nov 1857

Hotel. —Sir Joseph Bailey, Bart., M.P., and Lady Bailey, JifMonohby Cotton, G.C.8., K.C.IL, Colonel Macdowell, C.8., and Welbank, Major and Mrs. Herbert, and Rev. Mr. and Mrs. SamU A T HoTEL.-Colonel Baker, Colonel and Mrs. Boddham, Lieut- Colonel Moore

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

19 Feb 1910

for Bath IEVERS, Mrs. O. G., 9, Rodney Terrace, for Lincoln McArthur, Rev. C, Fernbank, for Tunbridge Wells Mitchell, Mrs. Welbank, 13, York Terrace, for Woolaeombe, N. Devon. Newton, Surg.-Maj. and Mrs., Broadlands, for Bournemouth Newton, Mr. T., Broadlands

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

19 Aug 1819

Passley. Robertson, Boys, Hawker, Pevell. Splehgeber, Hinckes, Giese, Mares, Newman, Lorent, Pridham and family, Dickinson, Welbank, Bindon, Glazbrook, Davis, Crawford*, Deans, Smith, Stokes, Cucklow, Griffin, Borrdoin, Gardner, Tavlor, Molony, Evcott and

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

4 Jun 1812

family, Mrs. & Miss Macleod, Mrs. Appleyard, Misstrcsses, Oidficld, Cheap, Brook, Di»by, Thompson, Lock, Martin, Mrs. R. Watts Welbank, Lewis, Cachier, Hickson, Miss Lodge Brickdale, Miss Roberts, Miss Austion, Miss Herman, Miss Stokes.

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

14 Jun 1832

Mr. Hemming, Mr. Dods, Mr. Charters, Mr. J. E. Sloan, Mr. T. M’Cannon, Mr. C. W. Harford, Mr. D. Orr, Mr. Lewis, Mr. R.T. Welbank, Mr. Spier, Mr. Mortlock, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Maclean, Mr. Bent, Mr. Lane, Mr. J. Boulton. Mr. Potter, Mr. F. Leach, Mr. Kdmonds

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

12 Mar 1864

SOL1> in Lots e Be Sweeting, Auctioneer, Tavis K M To Let, id E ° th „ s a FURNISHED HOUSE, cHh Three Sitting Rooms o ' - Welbank, News Agent, of Patronage of the Right Hon. the w ton and the Melton Hunt. fOWBRAY PORK PIES egularly supplied direct to

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Type: Advertisement
Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

4 Sep 1909

Battalion South Wales Borderers, Welshpool, aged 63 years. MITCHELL—August 2». at the Imperial Nursing Home, Cheltenham, Thomas Welbank Mitchell, H.M.1.R., of White Lodge, grove, Cheltenham-. NEWMAN—August 30, at the Railway Inn, Dean's-walk, Gloucester, George

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

17 Nov 1857

P., and l.ady Bailey, General Sir AVilloughby Cotlon.G.C.B., K.C.H., Colonel Mardoaell, C.B. and family, Colonel and Mrs. Welbank, Major and Mrs. Herbert, and Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, and family. Arrivals at the Queen's Hotel.—Colonel Baker, Colonel and

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Cheltenham Looker-On

Cheltenham Looker-On Gloucestershire, England

4 Dec 1909

Leah, Mr. and Mrs. 13, York Terrace Leahy, Maj. and Mrs., from Loudon 19, Lansdown Place Mitchell, Mrs. WElbank, from Chedworth 13, York Terrace Pitthall, Mr. and Mrs., from Bath 6, Promenade Terrace RaThborne, Miss F., from Devizes

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Type: Article