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DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE.

DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE.

DEATH OF MISS EDITH COLE. RESULT OF BURNING ACCIDENT. Mrs. W. W. Kelly, who was known oa the stage as His Edith Cole, wife Mr. W. W. Kelly, Imam and manager of the Shakespeare Theatre, Liverpool, died yesterday as the result of injuries received en May
June 8, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The late Mr. Thompson, the murdered husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday.

The late Mr. Thompson, the murdered husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday.

Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday. ILFORD CRIME EXPIATED THOMPSON-BYWATERS HANGINGS. CROWDS GATHER IN RAIN. LITTLE INDICATION OF GRIM EVENT. Frederick Edward Bywaters, and Mrs. Edith Jessie
January 13, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Junior Sophister.

Junior Sophister.

Latin-2, Mary Edith M'Ker. Engligh-1, Walter R. Entricen. French-1. Mary Edith Berman--2. Jane F. M'Dowell. Political and Economic Science-1, Mary Edith l'Kee. Physics-1. Mary Edith !killer. Iletrphysios—e. Waltiv B. Ent riran. Logic
April 10, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DUKKARIZti AND tiCHI )LARBHIP&

DUKKARIZti AND tiCHI )LARBHIP&

APRIL, 1992. FAOULTY OF AR'TS, Junior Freshmen. Edith M ••• Letin-1, Mass Mary Edith 'Kee; 2, James A. M'Farldnd. English-1, Misa Winifred Sophia Murton; 2, Miss IP.. bland A. Fulton._ Freacb-1, Miss Mary Edith MAse; 2, Miss 'Jaw r 112'Dows21. Haase--Mir
April 13, 1922 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE ORME SIPLIMUM.

THE ORME SIPLIMUM.

liewilf Bat we day. ks be we levee. aodwo warty • sea. Wei ster Edith that be ear gen to the river. SW It • epieedid idea. sad ale IMO 'They up the river for a hag way. sad at Reel Edith shouted, "Oh. leek. Deed& at that .biay thing over Were ea the other
March 18, 1922 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LOUGH ACCIDENT RECALLED.

BELFAST LOUGH ACCIDENT RECALLED.

sen’ices rendered be conveyed to Pilotmaster Kane and the pilots and crew of the Edith William©*; that, in the special circumstances. m» charge made for the services of the Edith Williames on the occasion, and that no objection lie made to the crew of the
August 6, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Reggie arrived back in a station Edith, watchiw from the terrace, ran out be meet him. Hie face was very grave, and ilownehow she knew that be brought continuation of at least part ot her tears. "l'm glad I went up, Edith. I was in time. Coale in here,
December 27, 1924 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
(311& 111111€8).

(311& 111111€8).

Pavilion, Margate, Murray Ashford, Walter Barker, Clay Thomas. Edith Faulkner, Rosa Rey, Joan Moths, and Richard Hammett: at the maw: Sydney Jerome. The Compaay: "Smile Awhile (Alkyls); Joe. Morns, Edith Faulkner aad Richard Hassetti trio . , "Oh Boy, What a
September 10, 1926 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAME ELLEN TERRY LEAVES £20,000. Bulk of Fortune for Son and Daughter. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PLAN. Dame Ellen Terry left estate

DAME ELLEN TERRY LEAVES £20,000. Bulk of Fortune for Son and Daughter. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PLAN. Dame Ellen Terry left estate

Tenterden (Kent), where she spent the last years of her life, is left to her daughter, Miss Edith Craig, absolutely. The residue to be divided. One-half is to go to Miss Edith Craig absolutely, with a direction that the value of the property at Small Hythe, less
September 28, 1928 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Society and Social Review.

Irish Society and Social Review.

other’s tone, however, Edith Malet inclined to the opinion that her companion was doubtful on the point. “But a painter in oils could never misconstrue ** “Samuel KeUow would never do so.” “What a sweet name, Miss Twistlel” Edith Malet had dropped her
December 11, 1920 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland