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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

18 Dec 1899

DEATH OF A CHESHIRE LADY. The death took place on Sunday at Welbank, near Sandbach, of Mrs. Yates, widow of the late Judge Yates, first County Court Judge for East Cheshire who predeceased her some 12 years ago. The deceased lady who was 80 years of age

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Knaresborough Post

Knaresborough Post Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1886

Akers Scruton get over a fence oat of a turnip field. Upon looking down the field he saw Welbank ranging amongst the turnips with a gun, Scruton gave a shout and Welbank ran away to the hedge , and from thence into a wheat fi eld, at the other aide of the

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Type: Illustrated
Pateley Bridge & Nidderdale Herald

Pateley Bridge & Nidderdale Herald Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1886

os their farm by himulf. He uw Sadler and their foreman (Welbank) repairing gate. Just then had ahot partridges, hit one which ••towered” and fell into Knowles’ turnip field. Called out to Welbank to •■ mark down. Then took hia retrierer dog and went to

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

19 Jan 1856

Day of January, 1840 made by the said William Welbank to William Beckw'ith Di«h-ton, since deceased, and the Defendants John and Thomas Watson, in trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to Creditors, or Repr

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

2 Feb 1856

of January, 1840, made by the said William Welbank to William Beckwith Dighton, since deceased, and the Defendants John Tutin and Thomas Watson, in trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to be Creditors, or

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

14 Jun 1860

of the arguments, and sat till a late hour. The plaintiffs' case wns, that the defendant., Mr .John Nicholson, induced Ann Welbank, the eister of his deceased wife, to go through the cen mony of marriage with him on the lst July, 1853, sho not being aware

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

26 Jan 1856

Thomas Watson, trust for the payment of the Debts of the said William Welbank. All persons claiming to be ! Creditors, or Representatives of Deceased Creditors, |of the said William Welbank, entitled to the benefit the said Indenture of Assignment, are by

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Apr 1895

years. Shepherd—April 2, at Banbury, Joseph Shepherd, J P., of 54, High Street, aged 63 yean. Welbank—Marc'i 27, at North Newington, Henry, son of R. W. Welbank, aged years. Tates—March 23, at IS. Spring Cottages, Banbnry, Robert Tates, aged 77 years. MOURNING

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Banbury Beacon

Banbury Beacon Oxfordshire, England

23 Mar 1895

, Joseph Thompson, aged 78 yean Tucker—March 15, Todenham, Richard Tucker, aged 69 yean Welbank—March 11, at North Newington, Rnth, daughter of Richard W Welbank, aged yearn. Wyatt—March 11, at Adiieilmty East, Jams* Wyatt, aged 75 yean Young—Match 11

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

21 Mar 1895

Joseph Thompson, aged 78 years. Tucker—March 16, Todenham, Richard Tucker, aged 59 years. Welbank—March 18, at North Newington, Ruth, daughter of Richard W Welbank, aged 4 years. Wyatt—March 14, Adderbury East, James Wyatt, aged 75 years. Young-*-March

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South London Press

South London Press London, England

2 Dec 1893

Smith, 8. E. Smith, Ethel Staineby, Florence Smith. Ella Stubbs, Carrie Williams, May Welbatik. Kale Townsend, and Willie Welbank, Second Prizes.—Carrie Austen, Mabel Asprey, Bertha Mabel Barlinson, Winifred Dicketts. E. Delf, Amy Duffell, S. Durant, Hattie

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

9 Jun 1888

P FEBRU Aj Feb. Northallerton was married * M rj Mitchell, wholesale linen draper $ . Newcastle, to Miss Welbank, eldest of Christopher Welbank, Esq., 01 Flesance, near Northallerton. -Refl ' Date indetinite.—ln the Court of King's finally determined

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

27 Apr 1874

Gough, of 35, Kirby-street, Hatton-garden, and Stanley-villas, Finehley, aged thirty- nine. Welbank.— On the 23d inst., at 1, Furnival's-inn, London, Robert Welbank, Esq., late of the Ordnance-office in the Tower of London, in his eighty-second year. Williams

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Home News for India, China and the Colonies

Home News for India, China and the Colonies London, England

26 Aug 1870

aged 38. WARBURTON.—Auguat 21, at Ifiley Rectory, Oxford, Alice, infant daughter of the Rev. T. A. Warburton. WELBANK.—August 20, Richard Welbank. Esq., M.E.C. S., formerly of Chancerylane, aged 74. WRAGGE.—Angtist 22, at Charlton, S.E., Christina Mary,

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

20 Jan 1882

H. H. Hayek ; lit Vine-President, Thus. Welbanks, jr.; 2nd Vios•Prosident, Nicholas A. Peterson ; Secretary-Treasurer, R. S. Roblin ; di re ctors, B. Story, W. H. R. Allison, N. Cahoon, J. G. Peck, G. A. Welbanks, H. H. Clapp, P. R. Young, F. Omer, A.

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

16 Feb 1858

Commanding Royal Engineers, in his 59th year. Turner.—Feb. 3, at Upper Deal, Mr. Turner, aged 69 years. Welbank.—Feb. 9, at Ramsgate, Jemima Welbank, aged 78 years. Wickenden.— Feb. 10, in Military-road, Canterbury, Percy Smith, infuut son of Mr. Wm. Wickenden

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Kerry Evening Post.

Kerry Evening Post Kerry, Republic of Ireland

30 Aug 1893

Mr J Phelan ••• 1 Mr J Hatty’s Welbank 4 9 6, car 9 7 * ConniDgoam •• ••• Mr J Phelan’s Knockmaroon 5,10 6, Harfcy * Betting—s to 4on Khedive, sto 4 against Knockmaroon, 5 tv 1 Charlie Dun more, 10 1 Welbank. Winner trained by L Kyan Lisfuncheon

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Homeward Mail from India, China and the East

Homeward Mail from India, China and the East London, England

1 Jun 1857

Frederick Hiller, youngest child of Mrs. Ward, and posthumous child of the late Major John Ward, H.E.I.C.S. WELBANK —May 28, at Priory, Godstone, Robert Welbank, Captain in the H.E.1.C.5., and one of the Elder Brethren of the Corporation of the Trinity House,

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Home News for India, China and the Colonies

Home News for India, China and the Colonies London, England

26 Aug 1870

from Gravesend. The death is announced of Mr. Richard Welbank, ono of the senior fellows and formerly a member of Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, aged seventy-four. Mr. Welbank was a pupil of the lite Mr. Abernethy, St. Bartholomew's

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Yorkshire Gazette

Yorkshire Gazette Yorkshire, England

8 Jun 1889

the damage, a considerable part had ultimately to be pulled down. Jan. 24 Died at Northallerton, Mrs Welbank, mother of the late Edward Dawson Welbank, Esquire. FEBRUARY. Feb. 2. — The foundation the new Mansion House at Ripon (which was being built Mr

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