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THE BURall AODOUNTS.

THE BURall AODOUNTS.

in inscribed :—• In 9 4 ,rin on. John Train, r.p.x.s.v. In meniory of his brother William Trail!, Surgeon. Arbroath. oh. •Y 1 May IS7I, wt. 74. and of his son William Trail!. M. 14.. Surgeon. H.M. hist Regiment, Argyllshire Highlanders, ob. II Slay. 1571
October 18, 1884 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
MONTROSE, ARBROATH, AND BRECHIN REVIEW, OCTOBER 24, 1884.

MONTROSE, ARBROATH, AND BRECHIN REVIEW, OCTOBER 24, 1884.

sick. It has been erected by Dr John Trail, Viewtteld, Arbroath, in memory of his brother, William Trail, surgeon, who died in 1871, and of his son, William Trail, M.D., surgeon H.M. 91st Regiment, who also died in 1871. Each of the windows is in three
October 24, 1884 - Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser. - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
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
 
Thrown from Char-a-Bangs.

Thrown from Char-a-Bangs.

behalf of defender, cited authorities with the view show-, that the defender was not liable, as the ehar-a-banos belonged William Trail, Aberdeen Riddng Academy, who was the position of sub-con tractor. Mr Johiistone con tended that there was oontraot with
October 11, 1917 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE REFORM DERATE—MR. SIDNEY HER BERTH SPEECH.

THE REFORM DERATE—MR. SIDNEY HER BERTH SPEECH.

NotbiugTJm..^ aH-urout. happily. Hov. .Ouuoan Mscnab, |)r (Jraham of I*o Ui.no ,4oaaaut tl.au t« tho hoariy •.vmjw.thy ox- William Trail, H. s. Paterson, and Mr. mlijiait bet*,'on ichoro taught; » stato mattsrs which, meeting in most effective, instructive
March 25, 1859 - Scottish Guardian, Glasgow - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. Births. BKATTIE. —At Estate, Ceylon, ibo April, to Mr and Mrs C. daughter. (By cable.) •LDDIE.—At, 17

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. Births. BKATTIE. —At Estate, Ceylon, ibo April, to Mr and Mrs C. daughter. (By cable.) •LDDIE.—At, 17

Mrs Rose's Nursing Home, King's Gate, Aberdeen, on the 24th inst. the result of accident), William Trail, aged 15 years and 10 months eldest eon of Mr William Trail, Aberdeen Riding Academy. Funeral Wednesday, inst., at 2 p.m., tram 74 Stanley Street to
April 26, 1911 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fish st M.

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
 
THE WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879.

THE WEEKLY NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879.

cornmissionod to distribute among James, John, and Robert, sons of the late Rev. James Sibbahl of Benholm. William Trail, A.M., second son of William Trail, minister of Borthwick, was called to Benholm in 1710. There was in much opposition to his settlement
August 30, 1879 - Aberdeen Weekly News - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CATTLE SHOWS.

CATTLE SHOWS.

second at, Elgin. This mare was second Aberdeen. Mr George M'Hattie, Keith, was. runner-uip. In the old class of hackneys, William Trail, Aberdeen, was first with 0. .grand hackney, after Autocrat, whose sire Polonium Mr Trail's hackney was first Aberdeen
August 11, 1909 - 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