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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
 
Tragic pensioner's funeral

Tragic pensioner's funeral

anyone else in connection with his death. First patients The first 100 patients have been admitted to the new £2ll million Edith Cavell Hospital at Peterborough. Cambridgeshire. which will he officially opened by the Queen in May .
April 12, 1988 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Welcome

Welcome

THE first 100 patients have been admitted to the £2O million Edith Cavell Hospital in Cambridgeshire.
April 11, 1988 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Bonington break

Bonington break

of rabies In Finland for more than years. First cases The first 100 patients have been admitted to the new £2O million Edith Cavell Hospital at Peterborough, which will be officially opened by the Queen next month. Today's birthdays Clive Exton, scriptwriter
April 11, 1988 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
BONO Wag Damon sons Patna and Kann and and dredron o John Gongs Zond. son of John Gaspe and Oliva

BONO Wag Damon sons Patna and Kann and and dredron o John Gongs Zond. son of John Gaspe and Oliva

to thank veletrees. friends and especialN Sandra and Graham Brown. Mam Stevens and Aunty Peg. District Nurses and Stall Edith Cavell Ward Mr Terry Johnson and Rev Hurtable. for the help and kindness received in thee wry sad loss also for floral tributes
March 24, 1988 - Mansfield & Sutton Recorder - Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Gallery; Beach; 17, Beethoven: 1$ gorgonzola, /9, Aeneas; 20, Shylock. DINGBATS One gooiliniicleserves GUESS WHAT It's a car wisdesreen ice

Gallery; Beach; 17, Beethoven: 1$ gorgonzola, /9, Aeneas; 20, Shylock. DINGBATS One gooiliniicleserves GUESS WHAT It's a car wisdesreen ice

(2). [Awry re* 7 Eno M (4). EVENING CHRONICLE. Liturdal. Mawr 3111. INS 33 ...,.., , Greyhounds QUPE ANSWERS NONAGRAM 1, Edith Cavell; 2, New- Cent, decent, dine, market; 3, Saint Nicholas; gene, genet, genteel, 0 BROOM PARK mg PELAW ORANGE SUNDERLAND tl
February 20, 1988 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Phone box thief

Phone box thief

Music Hall, Aberdeen. Jobs rush More than 2500 people from across the country have applied for 600 jobs at the £2O million Edith Cavell Hospital being opened soon at Peterborough. BRECHIN To John and J I Lorna (nee | I Proudfoot), a son.-l* (Mathew John)
January 13, 1988 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ALLSOP Thomas. October 27th 1970 Beautiful mamones

ALLSOP Thomas. October 27th 1970 Beautiful mamones

and friends for then sup port flowers and donations also sincere thanks to the doc tors nurses and staff of Abbott and Edith Cavell wards for theo kindness and devoleon during Mother's illness Our thanks to the Rev D Walker curate. organist Mt Dalton
October 29, 1987 - Mansfield & Sutton Recorder - Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Birthdays

Birthdays

of prison reformer Elizabeth Fry. 1866 Ramsay MacDonald, the first Labour Prime Minister in 1924, was born. 1915 Nurse Edith Cavell was executed by the Germans. 1948 The first Morris Minor rolled off the production line at Cowley, in Oxfordshire. 1984
October 12, 1987 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
It happened this month in . . .

It happened this month in . . .

Hairdresser Karl Ludwig Kessler introduced the permanent wave in a demonstration at his London salon UM. 8) 1915: Nurse Edith Cavell who tended war wounded at a Red Cross hospital in Brussels • executed by German firing squad for helping 200 Allied POWs
October 3, 1987 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England