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JAMES RUSSELL LO%RLL'S SCOTTISH

JAMES RUSSELL LO%RLL'S SCOTTISH

calamities. George Twill cause to Orkney in the train of Lord Robert Stuart half-brother of Queen Mary. His grandson, William Trail! of Waimea., msrried Barbara, daughter of George Balfour of Pharay, and Marjorie Baikle of Jan - kermess, of an old Norse
August 20, 1891 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
COMMON GOOD OF KIRKWALL BURGH. (CONTINCRD FROM LAST REEK.) Ma WILLIAM TRAIL!. continued Burgh Treasurer until Oct. 1813. During the

COMMON GOOD OF KIRKWALL BURGH. (CONTINCRD FROM LAST REEK.) Ma WILLIAM TRAIL!. continued Burgh Treasurer until Oct. 1813. During the

COMMON GOOD OF KIRKWALL BURGH. (CONTINCRD FROM LAST REEK.) Ma WILLIAM TRAIL!. continued Burgh Treasurer until Oct. 1813. During the years 1810, 1811, and 1812, the revenue appeared to be as follows :- 1909.10.—The subscription received for lighting the
March 29, 1899 - Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
 
Notice to Debtors and Creditors ALL Parties having CLAIMS against the Estate of the late WILLIAM TRAIL, Crichie, Stuartfield, Mintiaw,

Notice to Debtors and Creditors ALL Parties having CLAIMS against the Estate of the late WILLIAM TRAIL, Crichie, Stuartfield, Mintiaw,

Notice to Debtors and Creditors ALL Parties having CLAIMS against the Estate of the late WILLIAM TRAIL, Crichie, Stuartfield, Mintiaw, are requested to lodge the s«me, within Fourteen days from this date, with Messrs & Crudes, Advocates, 13, Bridge Street
July 8, 1890 - Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND

FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND

abdomen and up. Another man named Freder.ck HetJ ng* , stabbed m the right arm and Ul. yt.Uni.J th. polic. u .i.c.rui named William Trail, suspicion. On ba.ug Trace exclaimed Murder ! 1 rhould think ia le charged with murdering me. George accused’s brother
October 6, 1899 - Eastern Daily Press - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
WHAT THE " WORLD" SAYS.

WHAT THE " WORLD" SAYS.

from an ancient Fifeehire family, the Twills of Blebo. who were ardent Jacobites. Lowell's mother wee the daughter of William Trail!. of Wanness. Orkney, and his great grandmother belonged to an ancient Norse family. COTTON "SHIRTS" FOR FROZEN SHEEP.
September 30, 1891 - Huddersfield Daily Chronicle - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
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the John Watson aaaar. mtereel. however, cnntred in the horse-trotting and racing competition. In the trotting match. Mr William Trail, Abardeeu Hiding Academy, took the first place with a brown mare. Ttie horse went in fine style, and did not "break till
August 30, 1897 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TWO TRAINS WRECKED. TIM MS COMMON IN SCOTLAND,-SETU PEMKIPM [ILIAD ADD /7TII INAMID.

TWO TRAINS WRECKED. TIM MS COMMON IN SCOTLAND,-SETU PEMKIPM [ILIAD ADD /7TII INAMID.

shockingly mangled. The wrec of this carriage was indeed simply one mass o smashed woodwork and blood and torn bodies. William Trail, mason, Kilmarnock, one of the passengers who escaped uninjured from the end of the train, said : " It was wonderful to
February 12, 1898 - Christchurch Times - Christchurch, Hampshire, England
 
ST. GEORGE'S HALL-SATURDAY NIGHT.

ST. GEORGE'S HALL-SATURDAY NIGHT.

faroleal comedy, entitled " His Lo written by Mews. Francis Raphael and Edward Lauri. The twenty • first annual hymen of Mr. William Trail% (mobawk) take pap at the Apiculture! Rail Thenday, whew the Mohawks. eery own swing ot artiste win be Watered by Charles
February 11, 1894 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
local AND DISTRICT NEWS

local AND DISTRICT NEWS

Cu'B.— The annual meeting of the Faithlie Cricket Club was held in the Bellslea Hotel, Fraserburgh, on Thursday night. Mr William Trail presided, and there was good attendance of members. The following office-bearers were elected for the season. Captain,
April 6, 1897 - Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties' Advertiser - Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
A CONSIDERATE WHIRLWIND.

A CONSIDERATE WHIRLWIND.

shockingly mangled. Die wreckage of this carnage was indeed simply one mass of smashed woodwork and blood and tom bodiee. William Trail, maeon. Kilmarnock, one of the passengers who escaped uninjured from the end the train, said: M was wonderful see lie
February 12, 1898 - Chepstow Weekly Advertiser - Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales