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•nd Vid* Cbristxnas. 111.: Annie Adams, Ethel Dana, Florence Ephgravo, and Edith Pock. IV.; Edith WUU. V.: Gladys Corley. County

•nd Vid* Cbristxnas. 111.: Annie Adams, Ethel Dana, Florence Ephgravo, and Edith Pock. IV.; Edith WUU. V.: Gladys Corley. County

111.: Annie Adams, Ethel Dana, Florence Ephgravo, and Edith Pock. IV.; Edith WUU. V.: Gladys Corley. County Council Medals for Perfect Attendance successively for two more years.— Annie Adams, Edith Wills, and Gladys Corley (2 yean each), Emily Archer
December 23, 1905 - Herts Advertiser - St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
 
Kinpey.-2, Annie Tapping, is. 6d. ; Clark, 4e. Commended, Edith Ayres. Newton Purcell.-3, Edith Freeman, le. 6d. Commended, Alice Holton.

Kinpey.-2, Annie Tapping, is. 6d. ; Clark, 4e. Commended, Edith Ayres. Newton Purcell.-3, Edith Freeman, le. 6d. Commended, Alice Holton.

Annie Viggars, 3s. 6d. ; Edith Norris, 2s. 6d. 3, Jessie Lewis, ; Maggie Gibbs, ss. Commended, Lizzie Higgs. Holywcll.-1, Ethel Aliso)), 10. p. 2, Louisa Tollitt, Bs. ; Edith Yeatman, ls. ; Louisa Carpenter, Is. ; 3, Edith Yeatman. Commended, Sarah Jordan
June 4, 1890 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
Mr. Musker’s Edith Crag, bp Wolf’* Crag-Si. Edith*. Bst 71b

Mr. Musker’s Edith Crag, bp Wolf’* Crag-Si. Edith*. Bst 71b

Mr. Musker’s Edith Crag, bp Wolf’* Crag-Si. Edith*. Bst 71b (O. Madden) 1 Mr. H. Lambert’s Bourne Bridge, Bst 101 b .. (M. Cannon) 2 Mr. J. Lewis’s inbeit. Bsi (C. Wood) Mr. L. Aivares’a Cby Saraband—Onillardin, Bst l(Hb (Torterolo) 0 Lord Dunraven’a
April 29, 1899 - Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) - London, London, England
 
14.1 EDITH DEWAR; the Century. By COLIN RAE-BROWN, ♦OTUOt OP "INN DAWN OF LOVN," ITC. CHAPTER %XXIX. Weiw Edith's father

14.1 EDITH DEWAR; the Century. By COLIN RAE-BROWN, ♦OTUOt OP "INN DAWN OF LOVN," ITC. CHAPTER %XXIX. Weiw Edith's father

Kildonald Manse and lady of Mohr Appel, Edith, her step-daught, r, should be " forced to become Lady Bailie." The alliance so much dreaded by Edith will gain her stepmother a still higher position in society—" Let Edith's heart break. " When people pull stead
August 21, 1875 - Huntly Express - Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
school friends. _ . Edith—Did she go to Madam North’s, tool May—Yes; used to room togethn-. Edith Oh, then, you

school friends. _ . Edith—Did she go to Madam North’s, tool May—Yes; used to room togethn-. Edith Oh, then, you

school friends. _ . Edith—Did she go to Madam North’s, tool May—Yes; used to room togethn-. Edith Oh, then, you must have rtoS* mates! Weren’t you, May (suddenly)—Why, Edith, is that aiwtii“ new dress Edith—Mercy, no ! It’s only ray old mauv. May—l sho
August 25, 1893 - Glasgow Evening Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FUNERAL OF MISS EDITH C A OSBORN. The remains of the late Miss Edith C. A. Osborn were laid to

FUNERAL OF MISS EDITH C A OSBORN. The remains of the late Miss Edith C. A. Osborn were laid to

FUNERAL OF MISS EDITH C A OSBORN. The remains of the late Miss Edith C. A. Osborn were laid to rest in Campion churchyard on Saturday afternoon, when the very large gathering persons of all ranks testified to the high esteem in which she wa.i held. The
May 29, 1914 - Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
 
TILE ANNUAL OPENTNO OF STOKE EDITH PARK On Thursday last the pleasure gardens. shrubberies and deer park of Stoke Edith.

TILE ANNUAL OPENTNO OF STOKE EDITH PARK On Thursday last the pleasure gardens. shrubberies and deer park of Stoke Edith.

TILE ANNUAL OPENTNO OF STOKE EDITH PARK On Thursday last the pleasure gardens. shrubberies and deer park of Stoke Edith. were, as is the annual custom, thrown open to visitors, by the esteemed owner. the Right Hon. Lady Emily Foley. The day was not all
August 31, 1878 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Edith, Mat BfUj. Baliaorel and Edith went lt««tb«r (or about threo hundtod yards, übra the bat uamod broke, and the

Edith, Mat BfUj. Baliaorel and Edith went lt««tb«r (or about threo hundtod yards, übra the bat uamod broke, and the

Edith, Mat BfUj. Baliaorel and Edith went lt««tb«r (or about threo hundtod yards, übra the bat uamod broke, and the faTooilte cot five or tlx leoKths* clear lead, but Edith a*ain drew b»el golu* down the bllL and the pair cane locked IcKetbcr peat the
June 2, 1886 - The Sportsman - London, London, England
 
POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst

POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst

POEM UPON LITTLE EDITH. . to little Edith, for she Is very (air ! ■ 1W« are the' snow-flame#, amidst the black night.air, targe and leisurely, they shew the coming thaw j her beneath, tbet softest are that ever daylight aaw. - 10 utile Edith, for she full
December 5, 1846 - Windsor and Eton Express - Windsor, Berkshire, England
 
LAURETTA EDITH MESSER othanviM LAURETTA EDITH CURZON otherwise MARY PENN, deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, \ 1825 All persons

LAURETTA EDITH MESSER othanviM LAURETTA EDITH CURZON otherwise MARY PENN, deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, \ 1825 All persons

LAURETTA EDITH MESSER othanviM LAURETTA EDITH CURZON otherwise MARY PENN, deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, \ 1825 All persons having CLAIMS against the ESTATE LAURETTA EDITH MESSER otherwise LAURETTA EDITH CURZON otherwise MARY PENN late 131 Mari
April 15, 1944 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England