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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
 
Long Look third to Aunt Edith

Long Look third to Aunt Edith

Long Look third to Aunt Edith PUP Briu.h challenger. Aunt (xrrlmutuel. Place divirlendd v.crß Fdith. swept home an easy 4.10 and 10.40. winner l.ongchamp sesterday After the triple fall, l« Brcnta the Pna Vermeille. hut a test look up the running, followed
September 20, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10

YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10

YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10 Pm. resulted in an tatty win for Lady Edith ou Saturday. It may haw beam due to bOilk• extent to her higher sail plait, but .he actor gate her
June 13, 1932 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Miss Edith Wilson

Miss Edith Wilson

Miss Edith Wilson Many hundreds of trisliwomen in all - Tho Order of Baronets is not of ancient parts of the Empire will learn with deep regret the death, which took place on origin like other titles ; for the first Wednesday night et her residence in
May 22, 1936 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cousin Edith’s Way

Cousin Edith’s Way

Cousin Edith’s Way LIONEL FLEMING writes about the writer. Edith Somerville and religious and class distinctions before the Treaty. r’OUSIN EDITH SOMERVILLE, the old df»»on of Cutletownsbend, would still for m»ny continue to catch and record what was
November 23, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

BATTLES AT SEA the Hat

to commit herself, the author allows Edith only a secondary role. In the second book. she is the protagonist, and she falls 13 love with a character much more strongly drawn than the other puppets in the talc. Edith refuses to leave her silly husband for
August 18, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRISONER COLLAPSES.

THE PRISONER COLLAPSES.

Janes and Edith, she said, always appeared be good terms, although complained of ber not attending regularly his meals. It war not serious bone of contention. The arrangement that Mrs. Cox Walker should come James's housekeeper did not cause Edith any displeasure
October 28, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENTHRONEMENT AT KILDARE.

ENTHRONEMENT AT KILDARE.

being present the Dean of Kildare before Saturday, October 3Cth. LADY EDITH CORRY DROWNED. FELL INTO LAKE WHILE GATHERING PLANTS. (FftoM OUR CORKKSPONDENT.) ENNISKILLEN. Monday. Lady Edith Corry. Bister the Earl Bel more, wa« found drowned this afternoon
October 26, 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

memory of my dearest wife. Edith Mary Mackey. who died 29th January. 1953. She kved for those she loved. And those she loved remember... —lnserted by her loving husband. MACKEY—In ever-loving memory of daring mamma. Edith Mackey, called Home 29th January
January 28, 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The fairy then cam© out, and she I have not any magic pow’r was horrified to hear Against a bird so great; What Betty did. Said she, “ Tho bird So, if you’ll save her, you mu<t go Will punish her, I fear. Before it is too late.”

The fairy then cam© out, and she I have not any magic pow’r was horrified to hear Against a bird so great; What Betty did. Said she, “ Tho bird So, if you’ll save her, you mu<t go Will punish her, I fear. Before it is too late.”

Medcalf, Addie Roles, Florrie Kellett, Edith Dickinson. Eileen Peet, Alice Godkin. Willie Hall, Lilv eir, Ivan Patterson, Beatrice Homer, Gladys Price, Minnie Mullen, Edith Hate?, Lillie Rickerby, Maud McKittrick, Edith Alexander, Sidney Greig, John McCauehey
March 24, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland