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THE COMMON MARKET

THE COMMON MARKET

those of the older generation. will be interested in the accompanying photographs of a letter written be the famous nurse. Edith Cavell. who was shot by the Clernuuts In the First World War. It Is owned by a colleen* whose ■um. the late Slater Kitty Upton
October 31, 1962 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FINE EXHIBITS AT GOOSEBERRY SHOWS

FINE EXHIBITS AT GOOSEBERRY SHOWS

grains , . who won the premier award. 3 At Swettenham Arms. Mr. H. Leigh pictured with the premier award won his berry, Edith Cavell 23.8. 4—Lower Withington holding berries. lefts A. Dingle whose Lord Kitchener 25•17 was narrowly beaten by A. Bradley
August 3, 1963 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE ROYAL VICTORIA PAVILION

THE ROYAL VICTORIA PAVILION

Elizabeth Fry, gained the cup with a total of 45 points. Runners•up were Grace Darling House (40 points), followed by Edith Cavell (34) and Florence Nightingale (24). Girls competed in more than 20 events, including flat races, egg and spoon and relay
July 23, 1963 - Thanet Times - Margate, Kent, England
 
KEEPING IN THE STAMP PICTURE

KEEPING IN THE STAMP PICTURE

of the Lamp." She died August 13. 1910.. _ — Edith Louisa Cavell was born on December 4, 1865. at Swardeston. Norfolk. In 1906 she became matron of a Brussels hospital, now known as the Ecole Edith Cavell in her memory. In Brussels on August 5, 1915.
September 22, 1951 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
r LCAREERS in a nutshell

r LCAREERS in a nutshell

Within Th e Oaten" the life a newish. I hold you. faultless rope--- all unobtrusively part of the serene her- story of Edith Cavell. which published Omberen at Swing wide. string free. mony of blue, silver-grey and yellow set both here and in America
February 9, 1962 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
Edith Cavell

Edith Cavell

Sir,—l am writing a biography of Nurse and would very much like to hear from any soldier whom she helped. In particular I would greatly appreciate any news of Corporal J. Doman. whose home at one time was in Amblecooe. Stourbridge
August 13, 1964 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Edith Cavell

Edith Cavell

Sir,—l am writing a biography of Nurse and would very much like to hear from any soldier whom she helped. In particular I would greatly appreciate any news of Corporal .1. Doman. whose home at one time was in Amblecote. Stourbridge
August 13, 1964 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THERE is much about Edith Cavell we shall never know. But - of — lier courage and her patriotism there

THERE is much about Edith Cavell we shall never know. But - of — lier courage and her patriotism there

THERE is much about Edith Cavell we shall never know. But - of — lier courage and her patriotism there is no doubt. The doctor who closed her eyes. and placed her body in its coffin after the German execution squad had done its work. spoke of her afterwards
July 3, 1965 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Car Edith Cavell Owned

Car Edith Cavell Owned

Car Edith Cavell Owned WILL BE WISHAW DRIVER'S CHARGE IN VETERAN CAR RALLY Edinburgh Festival Veteran Car Rally, in conjunction with and Glasgow and the car" are due' , at Coatbridge between 11.3 and 11.20; Airdrie, 11.30 to 11.50: Dathgate, 1 to 1.43:
August 27, 1954 - Wishaw Press - Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
• em.-. 1r.4. In German - ocelleird Brunel. the work which Edith Cavell had begun absent by aecideat at the

• em.-. 1r.4. In German - ocelleird Brunel. the work which Edith Cavell had begun absent by aecideat at the

• em.-. 1r.4. In German - ocelleird Brunel. the work which Edith Cavell had begun absent by aecideat at the diode and names' training wheel the de la O'Hara fhb suburb of Ixelles was coming to its abrupt end. Miss Cavell. the N•r folk woman who had made
September 3, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England