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FRASERBURGH FREE GARDENERS.

FRASERBURGH FREE GARDENERS.

Bro William M<~wat; P.M.. Bro. Charles Addison, jun.; Bro. Harry Mowat; J.W., Bro. Alexander Christie, jun.; 1.G., Bro. William Trail 0.G., Bro. Alexander Bruoe; chaplain, Bro. William secretary, Bro. William Gordon, CentraJ School Buildings; treasurer
December 25, 1909 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Overton Home, Avondale, and granddaughter the late Simon Fraaer, Eaq. of Ford. At Now Elgin, on the let inet., by the Rev. William Trail, South Free Church, Mr William Dow, Pirn (1.1,1 Nuraery, to Margaret, daughter the lata Mr lea. Nicholson, contractor,
May 13, 1868 - Nairnshire Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Northern Counties - Nairn, Nairn, Scotland
 
RIRMIS.

RIRMIS.

Leslie, At St Andrew., Fife.hire, on the Nth JoAnne, Outten S. t'toe.eon. M. 1.. lIAV, Bret...a.bire, to ENNA. &whirr of William Trail) of Woodertek, M.D., Deputy. Lieutenant In the County .1 bawl., and late of the Army. At Lower Main., Doilar, on the liith
July 26, 1875 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Convener Court

Aberdeen Convener Court

late deacon. „ _ Tailors —Mr James Morrison, dcacon; Mr Geo M. Tait, Jjoxmaster; Mr Francis S. Banks, first master; Mr William Trail, late dcacon Shoemakers —Mr William Strachan. deacon: John P. Ellis boxmaster; Mr Kenneth A. Burnett, first master: D.
November 2, 1940 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GAMES AT FALKLAND.

GAMES AT FALKLAND.

thought ought have been placed her credit. The foot racing was rather tame except in the local events, and in the boys' race William Trail had good win. The running high leap was a. good number, Brymer, Burntisland, winning -at feet 1 inch, and three otheTS
June 18, 1904 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ss•TIL

ss•TIL

mriths, youngest son D. D. Wthod. Friends will phew accept this intimation. Ai North Street, St Andrews, on thenth Inst., William Trail], in the 59th year 01 his age. (American papers pis. Ni g ig K l ifq .riCc *2 :::5:4 5•:::a • 3 ▪ Z. F ;g lisp 21" vissig
October 30, 1880 - St. Andrews Gazette and Fifeshire News - St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
 
PATRONS.

PATRONS.

WILLIAM D. LA TOUCHE, ESQ. JAMES IRVINE, ESQ. WILLIAM D. LA TOUCHE. ESQ. PHILIP J. MARJORIBANICS, THOMAS PARNELL. ESQ. WILLIAM TRAIL. ESQ WILLIAM WATSON. ESQ. ROBERT WHAION, ESQ. I, 3 3117 II 3
October 18, 1847 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
A PICNIC ADVENTURE.

A PICNIC ADVENTURE.

he took the order from Mr Alatthews found he could not supply char-a-banc himself, and he hired one for Pf-rty from Mr William Trail. It wag Mr trail ohar-a-banc which conveyed the party, and Trail's man "was driving. arc! Mann, driver of the vehicle,
October 4, 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
deaths ripon" At the Mental Hospital. Aberr-i i' on February, 1937. Mary Llark, widow William Trail. Bal- Street. Turriff, aged

deaths ripon" At the Mental Hospital. Aberr-i i' on February, 1937. Mary Llark, widow William Trail. Bal- Street. Turriff, aged

deaths ripon" At the Mental Hospital. Aberr-i i' on February, 1937. Mary Llark, widow William Trail. Bal- Street. Turriff, aged 80 years. frnnf r on . Wednesday, 24th. at 1 p.m., 1 a r iving at New CemespertfuSy to'vited Pm ' A Iri6nds re " dearly beloved
February 23, 1937 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ROLL OF HONOUR

ROLL OF HONOUR

Donald Waregor. Remount Depot. Private Mitchell Hamilton. Remount Depot. Private William Canning. Bth Royal Scots. Sergeant William Trail. Bth Royal Seot,;. Private John Henderson. M.T.A.S.C. Private John Henderson. Bth Royal Syots. Private William Duncan.
April 2, 1915 - Mid-Lothian Journal - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland