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fish st M.

returned home at headache. Five hours , of 49 Froghall Terrace, Aberdeen, was dead. Last night his grief-stricken father. Mr William Trail, sheet-metal worker at Inverurie Loco Works, said the cause of his son’s death was mystersi He said: "William was out playing
January 6, 1968 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Fire drama aboard sinking freighter fHE 6410-TON Norwegian freighter Tomar, Els hull glowing from raging fire, is reported Bear to

Fire drama aboard sinking freighter fHE 6410-TON Norwegian freighter Tomar, Els hull glowing from raging fire, is reported Bear to

complaining of a headache a 13- )ld Aberdeen boy was dead. The boy, William Trail, <* 4» Pro*hall Terraca, had been play* ins with hie pale earlier the Crtef-eUioken father, Mr William Trail, a abeet metal worker at lawurle Loco Woifes. said the cause of
January 6, 1968 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AOKHOWtEDCMENTS

AOKHOWtEDCMENTS

services rendered, and all .hose braved the storm pay their last respects the church and graveside. , TRAIL.—Mr and Mrs William Trail. , arid Mrs J. Oram, and Trail, senior, wish return sincere thanks all relatives, friends, neighbours, schoolmates. S.th
January 11, 1968 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen estates

Aberdeen estates

Aberdeen 3.724 Mrs Ida Isabella Cowe 64 Watson Street, Aberdeen Allan McKen/ie. retired carpenter Molburn Street. Aberdeen William Trail, upholsterer. 24 Leggart Terrace Bridge Dee. Aberdeen .... Ml*a Annie Murray, re. tired domestic serrant. 180 Bankhead
July 5, 1960 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

at Mitchell Bros.* Rest Room. Viaduct. TRAIL. Foresterhlll. Aberdeen, Thursday. April 13. 1961. Helen beloved Wife of William Trail. 35 Square. Inverurie. Funeral on Saturday. April 15. at I p.m.. from house Inverurie Cemetery. All friends respectfully
April 14, 1961 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Cl LI cotlish S >r garni iictil to cretary ig dub t* o|ieti( Broch mi to froi etire post ArftABEFBUROH

Cl LI cotlish S >r garni iictil to cretary ig dub t* o|ieti( Broch mi to froi etire post ArftABEFBUROH

min. Mr William Trail, rwadm latrr the Oral i Behnol Cai llrla. lor It t> ratlra ;.th» end ai mmar term. Mr Trail ha* Men irart ma'ter* for : star*
April 21, 1964 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Farmer weds his uncle officiates A FARMER, Mr Harry Chapman. Bog of Artamford, Maud, was married by his uncle, the

Farmer weds his uncle officiates A FARMER, Mr Harry Chapman. Bog of Artamford, Maud, was married by his uncle, the

Mrs Norman Mornson. Legatesden Farm. Pitcaple. wore a dress of white flock nylon out on Empire lines. Son of Mr and Mrs William Trail, 25 George Square. Inverurie. the bridegroom had Mr James L. Adams. 63 George Square, Inverurie, as best man. The Rev.
July 16, 1960 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
hurt—(Unee killed ■KM tragedy wk NEWLY 3 ENGAGED m pAIR . iff » yoUNO A dWd in » nlorth Jumn*

hurt—(Unee killed ■KM tragedy wk NEWLY 3 ENGAGED m pAIR . iff » yoUNO A dWd in » nlorth Jumn*

trewrillnf h«lt-en hout. MIM *HNI CMSLIC In Commercial school head to retire FORMER principal noar-cloaed Ore«« kbcrdcen, Mr William Trail, ia (»n to retire from teaching. if has been headmaster the jrefl School at Carlisle for 11 }e ßorn »t Saodhaten, Mr Trail
April 22, 1964 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tristan may be key air base

Tristan may be key air base

their motor cycle skidded on an icy patch and was in: collision with a lorry. Careless driving Fraserburgh machinist. John William Trail. 5 Glenbuchly Place, was fined £5 at Peterhead Sheriff Court to-day. when he admitted a charge of careless driving in Kessock
November 10, 1961 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
German SOS for N.E. folk

German SOS for N.E. folk

an unldentl* touring event, the Mly*DaUrfied member the Aberdeen for the first time Philosophical Society. and geiajto. William Trail, Professor motoring ia butoonie. Held highlight -the Stranraer-Lame abort eea route, the rally April 19 to 37. The field
January 15, 1969 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland