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4 matches for Welbank in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: Stirlingshire, Scotland

Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

10 Oct 1861

on sale, sold his stirks from £io 10b. to £8 Bs.; two-year-olds £12 to £12 10s ; three-year-olds from to £15 10s. Mr Welbank and Mr Pattison Young sold at similar prices as quoted above. Mr M'Niven, salesman, Haddington, bought 185 two-year-olds ®t

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 Mar 1925

appreciative c'f efforts the dtsploved the varioiin demonstrations v’ven of the helpful work the Centre eondueting. Mrs Niinmo. We.-lbank, prcsidetil the (Vlitrc, occupied the « hair. and she wea Mrs Gair. M.U.K., J l*.. who pro- Milted the vjnoua Jinze* to the

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Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

4 Oct 1860

in*the 82d year her age. At Bay China, on the 15th J„l , on board the hospital ship Mauritius, dysentery bur e„n Robert Welbank Macaulay, Bengal Medical Service, aged 3,, youngest son ot Dr Alexander Macaulay, Edinburgh.

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Type: FamilyNotice
Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Aug 1883

Ik-nnybridge; 3, Murray, Park Hall. Ferns, Greenhouse or Stovs, rarieUes—l, William Hcnderwin, Mill field; 2, James M’Murrich, We>lbank. 2 St.-ve Plants—l. Thomas Boyd, 2. Juuuw M‘Murrich, Wtatbank. Greenhouse Plant* il-t offend O'May, glazier, two iscture*

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Type: Illustrated