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"AVIATOR" DEAD.

"AVIATOR" DEAD.

Well-Known Aberdeen Jumping Pony. Mr William Trail, the Aberdeen racehorse owner, has sustained a serious loss by the death of Aviator, his champion pony. Aviator, which was years old, had competed with great success all the principal
October 13, 1925 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HEATHS.

HEATHS.

of Peterhead. At Lena bo, Longside, on the 24th ult, Mrs Cassie, sen., aged U 9 years. At Longside, on the 28th ult., William Trail (recently farmer, Upperton, Peterhead), late of Fraserburgh, aged 7fi years. At Mary hill, fireens, the 28th ult., Jane
February 1, 1882 - Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LATEST WILLS.

LATEST WILLS.

menu- facturen The CHARLID3 11'EDDALL, M.A., Lanny R•ctorr, Nottingham, Realer since ISIS et Linby with Papplewick Mr. WILLIAM TRAIL ANDIERSON, Kimberley. Griqualand West, Colony, formerly of Aberdeen. engineer and hardware merchant. Estate in the United
May 28, 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LAPSE OF A REFORMATORY BOX.

LAPSE OF A REFORMATORY BOX.

Sheriff Henderson on the bench —Ebenezer Trail was charged with having, on 2nd insL, at 12 Jackson Terrace, occupied by William Trail, stolen gold wateh, a gold watch-obain. and a watch-case. He 'had been previously convicted of theft.. Acohsed pleaded
May 12, 1903 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

daughter of Charles Mackionon, Esq., of Great King Street, Edinburgh. Married, at Edinburgh, on the instant, by the Rev. William Trail, of Free Kelvinside Church, Glasgow, Edward R. Townsend. Esq., M.D., Cork, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Humphrey
December 12, 1862 - Edinburgh Evening Courant - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Brown, contractor. Kilwinning, Ayrshire. Shanks—M LAN. —At 86 North Frederick Street, on the 31st ultimo, by the Rev. William Trail, of the Free Tron Church. Mr. James Shanks, sculptor, to Mur) - , eldest daughter of the late Janies B. M Lachlan, sculptor
September 2, 1858 - Glasgow Morning Journal - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
" LUCKY "

" LUCKY "

Arehlbald. deacon: Mr Charles Henderson, boxmaster: Mr Wm. Daniel, first master: and Mr John P. Hall. late deacon. Taliers—Mr William Trail , deacon: Mr James Morrison. boxmaster: Mr James Archibald, first master: and Mr J. B Leitch late deacon. !ammeters—Mr
November 2, 1939 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND

FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND

abdomen and up. Another man named Freder.ck HetJ ng* , stabbed m the right arm and Ul. yt.Uni.J th. polic. u .i.c.rui named William Trail, suspicion. On ba.ug Trace exclaimed Murder ! 1 rhould think ia le charged with murdering me. George accused’s brother
October 6, 1899 - Eastern Daily Press - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
.Stnfforlisliirf.

.Stnfforlisliirf.

five being of the masculine and two the feminine geoder, and named respectively •Limes Lane. 19, William Dear man, 20, William Trail. 15, Dennis Desmond, ll», Daniel Hyde, 15, Mary i'onnnan, 17. and Catherine Henderson, 19, were brought WTore C. M. Campbell
April 27, 1860 - Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WESTAIINSTER THIS DAY.

WESTAIINSTER THIS DAY.

Disgraceful Outrage. —William Trail and Patrick Welch, two desperate ruffianly-looking fellows, were charged with the following disgraceful outrages. Mr. from the office of Mr. De la Mere, solicitor, appeared to prosecute, and stated
September 24, 1859 - Globe - London, London, England