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ROYAL UNIVERSITY

ROYAL UNIVERSITY

Harriette A. Moore, Martin J. Moore, Robert J. Moore, John C. Moran, Thomas J. Moran, William Moran, E. Morgan-Dockrell, Edith M, Morrell, Brian Morris, Charles J. Morris, John Morris, Joseph Mulgrew , Margaret Mulligan, Bartholomew* J. Mullin, Joseph
July 27, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
liven weekly to the children gaining for their answer CJranny’s question regard- Idr the subject of the week. All answers

liven weekly to the children gaining for their answer CJranny’s question regard- Idr the subject of the week. All answers

James, Shercock.—Your writing is very neat. I was pleased to hear of your school. Dora Finn, Edith Farquhartoni James Marron, Katie Marron, Helena Houston, Edith Harkness, Norman Taylor, Reginald Cartwright, Bertie Dowse, Willie Howe, Margaret Lyons, Kathleen
June 9, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION TO MISS EDITH OLDHAM,

PRESENTATION TO MISS EDITH OLDHAM,

PRESENTATION MISS EDITH OLDHAM, On Wednesday t e f^„rs large gathering assembled at Messrs. Pigolt’s Grafton street, participate in presentation to Miss Edith Oldham upon her retirement from the position of honorary secretary to the Feu Ceoil Association
May 19, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FUNERAL OF LITTLE EDITH W PARK.

FUNERAL OF LITTLE EDITH W PARK.

FUNERAL OF LITTLE EDITH W PARK. The remakes of little With Park, when sad death took piece ea Wednesday, lOU last. as reported is last week's IMO ressend frost her father's resideace. Masai% es Friday. for interment is the New Cemeteq, Cocks town. The
May 26, 1906 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE.

BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE.

BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE. The Famour Band of IST royal inniskilling fusiliers (By kind peimifeioo of Colonel G. M. M'KENZIE and OFFICERS) Will play ECKEKSBEBG’S THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO” Mr. ALFRED TURNER. Bandmaator. A MAGNIFICENT SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPH
June 1, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Bcrlha : Wigglesworth, Edith ; Wildman, Louisa ; Blyth. Vivian Claud ; Cbilliußworth, Henrkus Ricardua; Copiniter, Guilelmuu tredencua: Faunet, Carolus

Bcrlha : Wigglesworth, Edith ; Wildman, Louisa ; Blyth. Vivian Claud ; Cbilliußworth, Henrkus Ricardua; Copiniter, Guilelmuu tredencua: Faunet, Carolus

Bcrlha : Wigglesworth, Edith ; Wildman, Louisa ; Blyth. Vivian Claud ; Cbilliußworth, Henrkus Ricardua; Copiniter, Guilelmuu tredencua: Faunet, Carolus Rririnaidus; Uemck, Rev. Her bertus Alexander Stewart; Patten, Carolus Joseph (slip, cond.); Poe, Johannes
April 28, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPRCIAi. ANNOUKCBMBKT. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE Bth,

SPRCIAi. ANNOUKCBMBKT. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE Bth,

MISS EDITH COLE. BAND 188 87th ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS (PAUGH-A-BALLAGHS) WIU. Colonel F. Hill. DSO. and Ref went. Play Musbi “THK BATTLE OF WATERLOO. Under UioCamluetoodiipof Mr. DUNNE (BMdmmtwJ. Ceos Uito oeraxion a Mm«nltkc«it Souvenir of EDITH OOLU
June 6, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

TO-NIGHT. ROYAL £)IVORCE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW NIGHT (FRIDAY Grand Souvenir Night and Complimentary Benefit MISS EDITH COLE. BAND OF THE 87th ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS (FAUGH-A-BALLAGHS) 60 PERFORMERS, Will, kind permission of Colonel F. F. Hill
June 7, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITEHEAD CLUB.

WHITEHEAD CLUB.

Adams and Mr. J. Chisholm beat Miss Garrett and Mr. George Allen, 5 and 3. Miss Edith Sinclair and Mr. J. W. Xothcry boat Mrs. Egerton and JDr. Martin—l up. Final—Miss Edith Sinclair and Mr. J. W. Nethurv beat Mrs. Adams and Mr. J, Chisholm —5 ami 5.
March 26, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

Benslolse. 8.6 loam. to Fnnu7J Edith, youngest D. It. Lyall, C. 8.1., 1.C.5., retired. MARQUIS ‘" CHATTIN—March 8, 1906, as St. thurth. by the Venerable grhfrsoo Daniell, Alan Georg°, second son of largan. of Syttenbarn to Edith Mary, -.rod daughter of C.
March 12, 1906 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland