loving Sister. Ellen Emery: Nephews, Thomas and Stewart: his Slater. Eliza J. Ferguacin; also his brother. Witham. and Mere. Edith. 33 Church Moot Lothbeg: Whitemountain. Ekoneytard. Lisburn: 7 Greenhill, Loathes.
December 23, 1949 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
Clive, from the diary and family papers of Mrs. Arche** Clive; Coles: The lovely land, Sweden; Craig: Edy. recollections of Edith Craig: Dacie; Instead of the Brier, concerning Yugoslavs : Davis : How 1 play mooker ; De Wet The valley of the shadow: Dougherty:
And we shall meet again. KYLE—In loving memory of my dear Mother, who t,le December .0 1947 Ever remembered by her Daughter Edith Son-in-law and Grandchildren, Groggan, Ranoalstown. I did not know her time was near. I did not see her die. I only know away
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December 22, 1949 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
Wallenser, hat been asked by the Foreign Office to make inquiries from the Hungarian authorities about the disappearance of Miss Edith Bone, a British subject Hungarian birth, Press Association diplomatic correspondent writes.
Gault. v uner«l to-day (Thursday), at 2 p.m., New Cemetery. rebv her sorrowing Brother Matthew. Nieces and Nephew. Annie . Edith, and Robert John Wham. HATFIELD December 19. David Hatfield, of 103. River Avenue. Palmers Green. N. 13 (formerly of 8, />ve
Apacne Baud; J-30. Roy Wallis Band 4. Mr* Dales Diary: 4-15, Northern Orch and Trevor Anthony (bassi 5*15, Luton Band and Edith Lcwin imezzo-sopranoi. 6 On Our Way: for the Dnder-Twcntles; 0-45, Dick Barton. 7. Newsreel; 7-25. Sport; 7-30. Hip-Hip-Hoo-Roy
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life in Ashcombe. He brought to his house people such as Rex Whistler whose lovely picture makes the Jacket). Augustus John. Edith Olivier. Lord David Cecil, Major Drummond Hays. Mr. H. G. Wells and dozens of others of whom he writes. Ashcombe was setting