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FARNHAM

FARNHAM

Luke's Hospital, Guildford. She was the wife of Mr. S. Wilkins, Head Postmaster of Farnham. She was a cousin of Nurse Edith Cavell. Mrs Wilkins was a member of Farnham Methodist Church choir, where her husband is organist, and also of the Bourne Choral
October 4, 1956 - West Sussex Gazette - Arundel, Sussex, England
 
Let's have more colour during civic duties

Let's have more colour during civic duties

two world wars fought and died for the United Kingdom and not a constituent part of it. The inscription over the grave of Edith Cavell. beside Norwich Cathedral. states that she "gave her life for England" and Masefield, the Poet Laureate, wrote of the early
July 19, 1996 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ADDITIONS TO EDITIONS

ADDITIONS TO EDITIONS

Virgina, Phantom Major: the story of David Stirling and the S.A.S. Regiment; Fletcher, Peter. Long Sunday; Hoehling, Adolph. Edith Cavell; Kipling, Rudyard. Verse; Martin, E. W. Dartmoor (Regional nooks Series); Mee. Arthur. Shropshire; Nork, Karl. Hell in
August 22, 1958 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
TV FANFARE

TV FANFARE

success is bound to have a bene ficial effect on the box-office. Viewers who shed a tear over i her moving performance as Edith Cavell will very likely go along to the local thealre to see her in real life. Barbara Kelly's phen omenal television reputation
March 13, 1958 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Ex-King Alfonso of Spain.

Ex-King Alfonso of Spain.

commuted in consequence of his intervention, while, had the Spanish minister at Brussels had time to communicate with Madrid, Edith Cavell would not have been shot. Last, but by no means least, was his work for the prisoners of war. Like his relatives, the Emperors
August 22, 1970 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
FAMILY FORTUNES: The Gramonts and the Stuarts

FAMILY FORTUNES: The Gramonts and the Stuarts

James II, both of whom, when confronted with problems that were a little beyond them, fell into panic. A. A. Hoehling's EDITH CAVELL (Cassell. 1 5s.) has some of the character of a biography, but possesses also the characteristics of a piece of historical
March 15, 1958 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
CITY’S LOWEST EBB

CITY’S LOWEST EBB

in history since the beginning of time, and they had exercised their influence on affairs Ruth, Naomi, Flora Mac- Donald Edith Cavell, Catherine Barthe-Door. These were illustrious names, but fortunately women courage and charm were to be found everywhere
January 28, 1950 - St. Andrews Citizen - St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
 
%\)t JFalEki

%\)t JFalEki

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 22, 1951 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
A Word in Season The Festival Another Festival has come and woe' leaving happy memories of picturesque pageantry or youthfUl

A Word in Season The Festival Another Festival has come and woe' leaving happy memories of picturesque pageantry or youthfUl

the world has been drenched in blood owing to excess of patriotism and race pride. One recalls that fine saying of Nurse Edith Cavell on the night before she wee shot by the Germans for helping members of the allied troops to escape: "Patriotism is not
July 14, 1950 - Jedburgh Gazette - Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
Closed Shop: Teachers’ Private Debate DURHAM CALL TO UNION EXECUTIVE rpWO resolutions dealing with the freedom of * teachers in

Closed Shop: Teachers’ Private Debate DURHAM CALL TO UNION EXECUTIVE rpWO resolutions dealing with the freedom of * teachers in

Times said Mr. Wilcox had “so magnified and glorified the martyrdom of Miss Neagie. In the manner of the previous Nurse Edith Cavell’ that one cannot help sense an inclination Just to ride hard handy vehicle." Miss Neagie was quite the buxom lady to gild
March 28, 1951 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England