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BBBKBVBi).) the tenant of woodbine COTTAGE. Br ALICE E. ROWE Author ‘Molly’s Problems,” Lad,” The Man Between, The Imperial Ideal,”

BBBKBVBi).) the tenant of woodbine COTTAGE. Br ALICE E. ROWE Author ‘Molly’s Problems,” Lad,” The Man Between, The Imperial Ideal,”

that have lost our money, i shall write to Aunt Edith and ask her if she can have for while-t.ll I can hear o some congenial employment. manage quite well with Hannah, and there will be two less to feed.” Edith knew her aunt would never hear or her seeking
July 27, 1928 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUCCESS OF BELFAST DOG SHOW.

SUCCESS OF BELFAST DOG SHOW.

Limit bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Knox—Lady of Raikesbill; 2. J. V. Rank, Nutfield, Surrey— Harbury Brinda. Open bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Knox—Lady of Raikeshill (championship certificate); 2, J. V. Rank —Harbury Brinda. Brace—l, Mrs. Edith Knox, Oeringen Sch H.;
September 13, 1928 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MASKED EPILEPSY.

MASKED EPILEPSY.

The child told her Edith had been smacking her face. Mrs. M'Grath told Edith she was a wicked girl, and instructed her to dress the children and bring them into her house. She then lefl, taking the baby with her. Half an hour later Edith ran out of the house
May 8, 1928 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA LADY’S DEATH-

BALLYMENA LADY’S DEATH-

daughter, Edith.’ from her father mother; “In affectionate remembrance Edith.** fiom her loving brother, Bobbie; ■ from Jack, Lizzie, and family “In fond ami j lovin'.' remembrance Edith "In affectionate ami loving remembrance of dear , Edith,” from Ja
April 7, 1928 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
14• YEAR GIRL CHARGED WITH MURDER. STRANGLED LITTLE SISTER. MUD OVILTT, MIT nuns. verdwi. of Emit• bet inssm me forelei

14• YEAR GIRL CHARGED WITH MURDER. STRANGLED LITTLE SISTER. MUD OVILTT, MIT nuns. verdwi. of Emit• bet inssm me forelei

child told her that Edith had been selecting her fare. Mrs. 11•Grath told Edith she was a wicked girl end instructed her to dress the children and Fring them into her homes. She this left, taking the baby with her. Half an hour later Edith ran out of the hous
May 8, 1928 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Murdered.

Murdered.

strangling her with a string. It was stated that Edith had been in charge of nine children for five or six weeks while .the mother waa away. In answer to a neighbour’s question who found the child dead in bed, Edith aaid, I think she had fit and fell off my
April 21, 1928 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BILLING AND EATING 1111111TIL

BILLING AND EATING 1111111TIL

was restanad at Leads on Friday in which Edith Easily Hughes, sad 14, is charged with the wilful startler of her three-year-old sister, Morena Way. of 9 Greenland Place. New Wortley, ea March 29 The girl, Edith. did Dot appear to realise the seriousness
April 21, 1928 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Presiden , to Messrs. Workman & Clark as a small Edith,” from her father and mother: “In vice-president, bon. sv-cretariee, bon. treaassistance towards setting that important firm affectionate remembrance Edith," from her surer, and Messrs. Boyd, and onto
April 6, 1928 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
R.U.C. MAN ONE OF FIVE ACCUSED.

R.U.C. MAN ONE OF FIVE ACCUSED.

Tenterden, Kent, where she spent the last years of her life, is left to her daughter, Miss Edith Craig, absolutely. The residue is to be divided. One-half is to go to Miss Edith Craig absolutely, with direction that the vjlue of the property at Smallhythe, less
September 29, 1928 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, 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