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MARRIAGES. At Christ

MARRIAGES. At Christ

fourth daughter of the late Mr John Hodgson, formerly of Laurence Lane, London. At Elgin, on the Bth instant, by the Rev. William Trail!, A. ~ of the Free Iligh Church, Inverness, John Guild. Esq., merchant, Dundee, to Margaret Fra.er, eldest daughter of
January 11, 1856 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING, BOYS.

THERE'S A GOOD TIME COMING, BOYS.

Scott, farmer, fell in, but most providentially the family escaped without injury. RARCO, JAN. 3I,—SUDDEN DEATH. —While Mr William Trail, farmer. Newburn, was this day walking along the road between Largo and Lundin Mill, and conversing freely with a man on
March 3, 1899 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
AIuNTI (SSE STANDARD AND ANGI S ANll AIEAR,NS REGISTER, JUNE 2, 1871.

AIuNTI (SSE STANDARD AND ANGI S ANll AIEAR,NS REGISTER, JUNE 2, 1871.

surviving son of Robert Adamson, Deputy Chief-Constable of h'orfarshire. At Hill 'Ferrara, Arbroath, on the 13th ult., Dr William Trail, jun., H.M.'s 9let Highlanders. At Cairo, on the 21st ult., Anna Maria, wife of Andrew Gillen, E.g., et WaMouse. Xetter
June 2, 1871 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

(Wordie &Co), . rdeeu, to Helen, eld.St daughter of John Webster. Baker, Aberdeen At Gla-gow the2s;h ultimo, by the Rev. William Trail M A , Mr William Thomson, of Insch, Aberdeenshire, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr William Barker, Merchant,
October 4, 1860 - Stonehaven Journal - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

Nov. Is. at Elie, Mr John Cooper, propriernr of the Ship Inn, to Eliz shah, daughter of Mr William Trail, farmer Newborn. Nov. nt St Nlorms, Robert Robertson to .Janet Litalaay. DIED. Nov. 13. at St Monatte, George Taw4e, fish• curer. Nov. at
January 8, 1897 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
To Local Aitiiokitiks.

To Local Aitiiokitiks.

Scotland (Gallowgate Ilrauch). Teiegrait/tic Addas.—" Bovine,’ Glasgow. [Established 1856.] gttHUr rpHE FUNERAL of the Late WILLIAM TRAIL will take on Saturday, the 2lst, at 12 30 P.M., from his House in Stuartfield to the Churchyard of Strichen.
June 20, 1890 - Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District - Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SHIELDS. ARRIVED. LAST MOAT I –

SHIELDS. ARRIVED. LAST MOAT I –

Igeppe l Shirk Durk (I) Lanka A urora Grangemouth 1 HtoUrbridge Da rtrit. r 4 orehtun : Plmlda (e) Dundee SII/1111.itie I William Trail Kirk', all , TIII , DAY. I , mlWagioa (t) ILnc.r , lArn Alice London
February 7, 1865 - Shields Daily News - Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
 
COLBSH ILL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Bssu BIT T bIOHT.B A.ltoud sill to fir Board-rsla tto Bchowl Ito U-.l KNUTMFOKD, Ho-Ui Htoa

COLBSH ILL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Bssu BIT T bIOHT.B A.ltoud sill to fir Board-rsla tto Bchowl Ito U-.l KNUTMFOKD, Ho-Ui Htoa

SCHOOL. Bssu BIT T bIOHT.B A.ltoud sill to fir Board-rsla tto Bchowl Ito U-.l KNUTMFOKD, Ho-Ui Htoa Imniuuf.l. a-to'. - WILLIAM Trail; Eton ssaailnsihsts T I N AND -Mr. ■ POT WILDES LOOP, Hadn't osrlia-«ts Ksuslnf»on. natioaai Tbs L oir*. AUa«rr. DKDLAND
December 19, 1885 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BOARHILLS.

BOARHILLS.

Given occupied the chair. The principal business was to fill up the vacancies in the Magistracy caused by the death of Mr William Trail Philip, and by the retirement in tho order of rotation of Mr John Carron Mr Andrew Leitch, and Mr John Currie were unanimously
November 13, 1885 - East of Fife Record - Anstruther, Fife, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN POLICE COURT.

ABERDEEN POLICE COURT.

COURT. To-Day—(Before Baillie Berry : Sir Cadenheap, Procurator-Fiscal). Dbunk Disorderly.—Elizabeth Mortimer (20), and William Trail (45), clerk, were charged with being drunk and disorderlyyesterday. Elizabeth was fined 21s, with the alternative of going
March 2, 1887 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland