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Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England
2 Jul 1908
.37 sod IN; Stiep-heJ 9, 9 , 37, and SS. The tail stores are tonnes ; Sh•Pbod. T Ora.. maw 31 ••7 N. Adcock J thrduag J. Welbanks A. Lakiii . . A. Yobs . . R Swaim A. 11. J. 11611 R.Tbastutos . 7 w. J. :v York. A.918Y HASTINGS • ABIOS PAWL These clubsView article
Leicester Journal Leicestershire, England
1 Oct 1897
(Front The Trine. and Prime.. of Wales are to be th e gutat• of the Duke avid of Tertian.] at Welbank Abbey. trent Monday, Deoember e, until Saturday, the 11th. The Prince and Trim:woo, who're to lie imeompanied by Prineeen Vittoria and Tri:iet and l'r:ncemView article
Leicester Chronicle Leicestershire, England
9 Sep 1882
Dundee was proceeding along the direct line to Forfar on Wednesday eve- ning the engine and tender went off the rails near Welbank and fell over on their sides.carrying several of the waggons with them. Fortunately the driver and stoker escaped withoutView article
Leicester Herald Leicestershire, England
23 Sep 1837
anxious to extend the knowledge cf him to others, and deal to all the bread of life. The• fourth resolution was moved by R. Welbank, Esq., of Tandridge Priory, to the effect, that the names subjoined should form the committee, being half laity and half clergyView article