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CHIT CHAT: Meredith who?

CHIT CHAT: Meredith who?

familiar in British art circles. Sir George Frampton's works include the statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens and the Edith Cavell memorial opposite the National Gallery. But his son Meredith Frampton? I must confess I'd never heard of him. Now 88 years
February 25, 1982 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Cits centre bld for Net gains

Cits centre bld for Net gains

1866 Ramsay MacDonald was born at Lossiemouth. In 1924 he became Britain's first Labour Prime Minister. 1915 British nurse Edith Cavell was executed as a spy by German firing squad. 1984 Five people died in an IRA bomb attack on the Grand Hotel in Brighton
October 12, 1998 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE RICHES OF NORFOLK

THE RICHES OF NORFOLK

when this county, under Walpole and his fellow squires, almost literally governed England. It gave us Nelson ; it gave us Edith Cavell. It produced a fighting bishop. It is a land rich in history, and even more rich in natural beauty. The collaborators are
November 2, 1951 - Truth - London, London, England
 
Play Reviews: A formidable woman to whom we listen

Play Reviews: A formidable woman to whom we listen

A formidable woman to whom we listen CHICHESTER Cavell EDITH CAVELL was an expert, progressive, dedicated nurse from Norwich who in Brussels in 1915 became a heroine and found her true stature in tragic circumstances created by herself. Her story is told
July 15, 1982 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Head welcomes the new boys

Head welcomes the new boys

Anne Head is also working on a further series dealing with the lives of six famous women. Marie Stopes, Elizabeth Fry and Edith Cavell have already been chosen: the other three are "still being thought about." Although dramatisations, the very nature of
June 24, 1976 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Answers

Answers

Place. 8 The statue of Florence Nightingale, to the statues quiz on pages 20-21 which stands in Waterloo Place. 9 Nurse Edith Cavell was shot on October 12, 1915. Her statue stands on an island by the National Portrait Gallery in St Martin’s Place. 10
January 4, 1969 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS

first grandchild of Isabel and lan and Sheila. Thanks to Staff at Fonthill and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital. PEIFFER At Edith Cavell Hospital, Brussels, on August 16. 1988. to Loma and Pierre, a daughter, Rachel Elisabeth. First grandchild to M and Andre
August 20, 1988 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

boy breaking it up in a Braidwood scrapyard and rescued it- A little Rover of 1905 vintage had belonged to the late Nurse Edith Cavell; another Rolls Royce had belonged to the Marquis of Bute, and a 1908 Standard had been owned by the late Miss Sylvia Pankhurst
August 25, 1951 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
televis

televis

(Kellie Bright) look on. (ITV, 8.30 pm) EARLY 6.50 Film: Say It with Rowers. (5210304) 8.00 News •. (2014743) 8.15 Rim: Nurse Edith Cavell. (57659472) 9.50 Rne Cut ★. (13364205) 11.25 Dick Smith: Master of Make-Up. (4868946) 11.45 Rim: Lassie; The Well of Love
December 23, 1993 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
As Granite Cutter

As Granite Cutter

thirty years ago. Philip still talks with most pride, however, of the granite work he did in the national memorial Nurse Edith Cavell in Cornwall. Now and then he takes walk to see the lions on Aberdeen War Memorial or those in Duthie Park and Hazlehead
September 14, 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland