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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Northumberland, England

7 Dec 1906

-•,14 PROPERTY MARKET. Messrs. It. and W. Mack offered saleroom 4, Pilgrim rday, the freehold vounds known as Wel!bank in the lad aorbridge, Northumb er l an d . The l a t e l y in th e occupation of the late Mr. Balkwill, so li c it or, of Newcastle

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

29 Nov 1993

• NEWS • • Linda Wel'banks, of Leadgate •Julie Crozier, of Burnside. North 111Matei L.,lin6 and Michael • Julie Charlton, of The Cedars. and Michael flame. of Delves Lane. Seaton, Ashington and Glenn McViciters, of Durham City, after Whickham and-Jonathan

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Type: Illustrated
Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

8 Nov 1834

]\ JRS. WELBANK takes this Method of informing her Friends and the Public, that she has just received (direct from the India House) a fresh Supply TEA, which she is enabled to sell at considerably reduced Prices. Strong fine-flavoured Congou at as., and

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

8 Jun 1992

president he Royil Town Planning Institute. Mr Welbank said he 'believed the authority had acted correctly --and the report vindicated the cam,' believe it vindicates the BY #NNIETAYLR/ 'actions of the conned' Mr Welbank said: The council was right to take

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

3 May 1760

Secretary. IF Silas late of New Elvet, In or neat the City of Duiham, Merchant, now living, ia defiled to inform MelT. Smart and Welbank, Atiotnics at Law, in Gtay’iinn London, ot Mr William Hopper, Attorney Law, in Dutham, of the Place of his Abode, and how

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

12 Aug 1843

Parse's land, (£1>,000; and as soon as the conveyances are completed, the amount due to Mr. Tyreman (£8.500), and to Mr. Welbank's assignees (£1,733), wiil also be paid to them. When these transactions are completed, the payments on the Company's Land

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

8 Sep 1977

youngsters are to ask for a custombuilt track after one of their friends was hurt in an accident. Andrew Armstrong, aged 13, of Welbank Road, Donwell, was ken hospital with a severely gashed leg after he crashed Into a brick wall only inches front a shop window

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

21 Feb 1730

Groceries, Merceries, Draperies, Sccvac North Cowton, with a good Part of the Houfe in which Mr. Chrjftopher Welbank liv\J • En- quire of Mr. John Welbank, of Catherick, in Yoifk^iire, who will treat about the fame. To be SOLD, A Good Dwelling Houfe and Cellar

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

28 Feb 1730

Groceries, Merceries, Draperies, &c at North-Cowton, with a good Part of the Houfe, in which Mr. Chriftopher Welbank Jiv'd : En- quire of Mr. John Welbank, of Catherick, in Yorkftiire, who will treatabout the fame. To be SOLD, SEVERAL Houfes, very well fituafed

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

24 May 1993

POLICEMAN Ray Vasey's whistle-blowing is helping children at a special school. His beat around Donwell, Washington. includes Wel'bank Special School and he decided to he the school's coffers. He is also a football'teferei in his spare time and his refereeing

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

13 Aug 1993

House, a largi detached house in Albany village centre, was extensively damaged shortly after Bpm and an unoccupied house in Wel!bank Road suffered smoke damage at 6.30 last night.

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Morpeth Herald

Morpeth Herald Northumberland, England

25 Dec 1914

variety. Cake Cabinets, 9/6 each, Pocket Knives. Vacuum Clothes Washers, Razors. Ordinary and Safety 14/6 each Table Cutlery. Welbank Boilerettes, from Cases of Carvers and Fish 8 - each. Eaters.

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

6 Oct 1980

Railway Cotta g es Homes and Benefit Fund. Darlington DENTshould be made to DENT AND PARTNERS a Wished I-Swarth Rectory. Welbank Road, Donwell. District 2, Washing. ton. Tyne and Wear by Friday. 10th October. MO

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

1 Feb 1934

Whist was played during the fore part of the evening, prises being presented to the following by Miss Hume:— Ladies: 1, Miss Wel!bank; 2, Mrs Wall. bank: Kos Berner. Gentlemen: 1, T. McGee; 2, Mr B. Nelson; 3, Mr J. Campbell. Two hundred guests took put in

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

3 Jun 1989

Aycbfk . Police station. Cbunty. Durham. They now believe Mrs Torok s Mend, known only as Marcos, left her home at trace Welbank, Aycliffe Village, either by and travelled on une or not of the two trains from Maim Darlin on at either 2 33pm a MO of 3

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

6 Oct 1980

18 Comprehensive High School. 1,994 pup.s ini mg 290 in Sixth Form Required front January 1 1981 TEACHER tenorth Rectory. Welbank Road, Donerell. District 2, Washing. Scale 3, to be Head of Rural Science to trait, established tOn. Tyne and Wear by Friday

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Northumberland, England

30 Mar 1799

upoo Tjror, Hat er and Hofier, Eankrtipt, to Tam motick, that (bey not inacoi* •tcly pay their rclpcdive Dcbrt to Mr. WilhaM Welbank, Mr. Mitchell'*, Side, Nevcafile, and arlio duly authorised them, Adtooc will be coamcocrd for Recovery tberewf a.dwu; forthi

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Morpeth Herald

Morpeth Herald Northumberland, England

18 Dec 1914

Cake Cabinets. 9 6 each. Pocket Knives. I Vacuum Clothes Washers, Razors, Ordinary and Safety 14 6 each. Table Cutlery, Welbank Boilerettes, from Cases of Carvers and Fish 8 - each. Eaters. } AND MANY OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES Take Note o! the Following

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Northumberland, England

21 May 1861

nominated and approved. lii Congregation held afterwards, the following decrees were I conferred: Masters Arts.— Rev. Thomas Welbank Fowle, Oriel; George Henry Finch, New College; Rev. Charles Theobald, Trinity; Rev. William Maunder Hitchcock, and Douglas

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Illustrated Berwick Journal

Illustrated Berwick Journal Northumberland, England

1 Feb 1862

state, became the animals which brought 7« to-day and they were the best—would hare brought 6d. at this market lar year. Mr Welbank, dealer, bought a prime lot at £24 £»§. a-head. Mr Eoddock, dealer, Berwick, bought lot at £2l and another £l3. Mr Ackyrod

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