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6 matches for Welbank in the British Newspaper Archive

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

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 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 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 Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

17 Nov 1857

Regt. Johnston, Ensign Thomas Boswell, 28th Bengal N. I. louche, Mr., East India Railway, Cawnpore. Assisl.-Surg. Robert Welbank. MacGregor, Lieut. Francis Alexander Robt. Murray 52nd Bengal N. I. Miller, Mr., East India Railway, Cawnpore. Neill, General

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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
Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard Gloucestershire, England

29 Aug 1863

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Type: Illustrated