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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

7 Oct 1909

J. M. HARLOW & CO., For EVERYTHING in IRONMONGERY & SPECIALITIES. WELBANK BOILERETTE. THE IDEAL COOKER. SUP. IV ILLvar. a fox os Arpm,. vnos.

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

4 Sep 1925

Searchfield, of London, and M Grace Welbank, only daughter of Mr. R. W. Welbank, of Broughton Road, Banbury. The church was tastefully decoratcd with flowers and plants, and the Rev. H. Jefferies officiate*!. Mr. William Welbank was best man, but there were

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Type: FamilyNotice
Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

28 May 1910

JlutumncftnfnU. With the Welbank PERFECT COOKING WITHOUT TROUBLE. Burnini;. Attention. after itaelf! < 'ookers. fall aud at THORN & Co.’« ..Vge»ti> for thia Olatrict). (iaolgnte A Vine St.. BTAFPORD-

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Type: Advertisement
Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

21 May 1910

-3rait*tnta'« Jlniuramtmmt*. PERFECT COOKING WITHOUT TROUBLE. Huroiog. Attentioß. l>-oks after itself «rtt|) Welbank < 'ookers. sod »♦ tbe« »t THOKN & Oo.'s .Ajrt-ot. for lb» Dtatrfct), Ci»olg«te * Vine Bt., STAFFORD.

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

11 Dec 1942

Challis; Science, W. E. Challis. 111. A.: Form prizes, H. A. G. Slater and P. J. Welbank; English Subjects, P. J. Welbank; Languages, P. J. Welbank; Mathematics, P. J. Welbank; Science, K. J. Smith. IV. B.: Form prize, G. D. Burrow; English, J. D. Russell;

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

19 Nov 1943

M. Hunter; Science, W. E. Challis. IV. A.. —Form priie, H. A. G. Slater and P. J. Welbank; French, H. F. Pickering; Mathematics, P. J. Welbank; Science, P. J. Welbank. L.V. B. Fornj Prize, M. D. Stevens; English, T. L. Martin; History, J. M. Purser;

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

24 Jul 1903

calculated to lose a thousand pounds a year. For the defence it was argued that the debtors were, not. R. R. Wel!bank but his eons, F. and A. Wel'bank. in whose name the bust nese was carried on, and that they, and not he, were responsible. Judgment one riven

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

16 Dec 1909

EVERYTHING in IRONMONGERY SPECIALITIES. NEW PERFECTION SMOKELESS OIL WARMING STOVES. CARTRIDGES. PATENT FOOD CHOPPERS. THE WELBANK BOILERETTE. WHITE ROSE AND ROYAL DAYLIGHT PARAFFIN OIL Tortoise and other Slow Combustion Stoves. if ail cluenptions.

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

30 Dec 1909

IRONMONGERY & SPECIALITIES. NEW PERFECTION 1 5.MOKK1.14:SS OIL WA KM I N(4 STOVES. CARTRIDGES. PATENT FOOD CHOPPERS. THE WELBANK .BOILERETTE. WHITE BOOR AnD ROYAL DAYLIGHT PARAPTIN OIL Tortoise and other Slow Combustion Stoves. mamma of

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

28 Sep 1987

Sent off Winnington centre-half - Wel!banks was sent off ' after disputing a decision and Hanley continued to hammer away with Murtagh and Goodwin adding further goals. • LEADERS Alsager United had to thank goalkeeper Chris Holmes for a fine display In

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

23 Dec 1909

EVERYTHING in IRONMONGERY Sc SPECIALITIES. NEW PERFECTION SMOKELESS OIL WA RMING STOVES. CARTRIDGES. PATENT FOOD CHOPPERS. THE WELBANK BOILERETTE. WHITE ItOSE AND ROYAL DAYI.IcIIT PARAFFIN •Tortoise and other Slow Combustion Stoves. BMWS of all deserlptlarta

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

29 Mar 1932

from the end, he had to be carried off the field with a strained thigh muscle. Although he only scored from the penalty. Wel'banks was the best forward afield. and it was chiefly because of his tenacity and aggressiveness that Barnsley won so easily. Round

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

16 May 1941

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Mr. Resins:El E. Wel[bank. of Quarry-ave.. liar:sisal v.:Aiwa to ;plank all relatives and friends for tee kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received during his recent sad bereavement. The start of London road Hospital is

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

20 Aug 1927

How Ho Assidowt Happwd. How the accident happened was toll by Charles Wel!bank. tube pickier. HO. Portland Street. Walsall. He stated that on 11e- timber 2. 1217. Jackson was assisting him sod it was Jackson's work to ix chains under a parcel of tubes

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

8 Mar 1910

Yr. F. eMany. £lO 10s.: Mr. W. Martin. £10: Mr. W. Naiff, £10; 'Dr. C. H. Mntt, L 5 55.; Mr. C. F. Copeland. L 5. Mr. .1. Wel!bank was granted an honorarium. ! -- fhia;;;ogreed fn. I At a meeting of the General Purpose.: Coin. mine:. it was recommendeit

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

29 Oct 1909

FOREIGN REU John Smith labouret obtaining by take tweletvzi banks, of flulton-street, them for obtaining by false proem Wel'banks. Campbell terrace, also for obtaining by lilts Ceorge Albert Tay!or, of OH vim of 42. with Idtent to pleaded guilty, and

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

21 Feb 1948

of DAIRY and STORE CATTLE on MONDAY. MARCH 1 USUAL PRIZES Early entries solicited for adver'' WHITE A PERRY. Auctioneers WELBANK FARM. PICKSTOCK miles from Newport, north of the main Whitchurch Road Davies, white a perry have received instructions from

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

7 Jun 1926

An ;njoyable time was spent. In addition to Messrs. Colley and Lindop, who were the contractors for the pavilion, Mr. 11. Wel'banks carried out, the plumbing work, and Mr. Hammersley the electrical work. Lancashire's oldest miner, Mr. Richard Hayes, died

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

2 May 1910

Haydon (Knypersky). 31 T Heath (Bursiem Prk) 111 H TAM (Florence) .21 H Slater (Wolstanton) H Haydon (Knypers)ey) 21 H Wel(banks (B Head) 16 F Salzman (Woistanton) 31 A T Holmes . (lllanity P) 14 J &weals (Birches Head) 21 Joe Grant (Coindite) T. J.

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Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle

Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle Staffordshire, England

8 Oct 1887

IS, died at Samna, war Clitheree, ou Monday, foss tin deals ol • kink asesired in the football wench henna Danow anti the Welbank Bonn Satarday.-11 young man named Walter Calvin, of Newinillindant near Wakefield, died on Saturday night fro st the effects

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