Eastbourne. Ctae of them, believed to be Miss Peggy Still, chambermaid at a local hotel, was killed. The other woman, Mrs. Edith Toucher, of Longney Green, near Eastbourne, is in hospital with a broken leg and suffering from rrcre shock.
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Dahlia. Mrs. Catherine McDonnell. 8.1 P. MONTQOMBRY—On Wednesday. November IT. 1929. at her rcmdrncc. Pembroke Park. Dobiia. Edith Man. wife William Mootgumery, and daughter the late John H. Atkinaoa. Gardena, Belfast “ONTOOMERY-Nevember 28. 1929, at Bee-
December 7, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
preside<l. Al&x> presfnt; Councillors T D. Connolly. P. lirott. Thos. CoppinKer, P. Barden. J. O’Donovan, J. McCarthy, Mrs. Edith AJhite, Mr. P. J. Hogan. The minutes the previous meeting were read and signed. connection with the proposed purchase site
December 7, 1929 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Compton-street, Eastbourne. One of them, believed to be Miss Peggy Still, employed at a local hotel, was killed. The other, Mr& Edith Teacher, of Lawsney Green, is in hospital with a broken leg. • The gale in the Channel at times reached a velocity of eighty
Most of the famous British women riders have accepted invitations, including Mrs. M'Lean, Miss Marjorie Cottle, and Mrs. Edith Foley, the trio who represent this country in all international motor-cycle trials. At the International 6 Days Trial in England