1 edition of Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter, 9th April 1835 to 19th July 1838. found in the catalog.
Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter, 9th April 1835 to 19th July 1838.
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3 ASHBY, John: Questions and Answers on the History of Coventry & its People, Coventry Printers Ltd, pp, Illus. ASHBY, John and Dan Batchelor: Story of a Warwickshire Parish. Privately published by the authors, pp. all i have found some coroners deaths from warwickshire if you recognise any of the names let me know and i will tell you how the person died and when, the list is quite henry hancox aged 81 in 19th july,founddrowned in a ditch at ettington, by thomas hill, son of henry was william hancox shipson on stour he was a brickmaker kerry.
The Leamington History Group is fortunate to have quite extensive archives which have mostly been donated by members. They are primarily for the use of our members but if you wish to look at an item please contact our archivist, Barry Franklin, Updated April The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone.
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There, on 31 Julyhe married Sarah Reading, daughter of James and Sarah Reading. He became the printer of the Leamington Spa Courier, and in he purchased an interest in another paper The Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter.
He had a book binding business in ted members: Lady Mary Fairfax, Ruth Fairfax OBE. There, on 31 Julyhe married Sarah Reading, daughter of James and Sarah Reading. He became the printer of the Leamington Spa Courier, and in he purchased an interest in another paper The Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter.
He had a book binding business in Leamington. This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology.
Some newspapers do not allow access to the OCR. Fairfax carried on as a printer, bookseller and newsagent. In he became part-owner of the Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter. Next year he successfully defended a libel suit but, unable to meet costs, had to apply to the Insolvency Court.
With his wife, mother and three children, Fairfax arrived at Sydney on 26 September In John Fairfax published ‘Fairfax’s new guide to Leamington Spa and its environs’, perhaps one of the first tourist guides to Warwickshire. Journalism was obviously important to him and from April until June he printed and published another newspaper, ‘The Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter’ at Bath Street.
The British Newspaper Archive is the British Library’s new home of digitized newspapers. new pages are reportedly being Leamington Chronicle and Warwickshire Reporter to the database every day.
In order to keep track of the archive’s contents, I’ve put together an alphabetized list of all the newspapers it contains. The list will be updated at the start of every month. Leamington Advertiser and Citizen - paper Leamington and District Morning News - (incomplete) paper Leamington Chronicle - film - film Leamington Spa Courier - film - paper Leamington Free Press - film Leamington Mercury.
Leamington Hastings - All Saints Marriages from to ëBMD Index ëWarwick Info If you find something of interest, you are advised to check the actual record itself. Look at the parish record book, which may be available in the PRO, or a copy in the Birmingham library.
Please do not try to. The Wright's I have as far back as Henry Wright Born abt in Leamington I think, but I cannot find a death. His father is Charles, as found on notification of christening, but I cannot find Charles on Census as there is quite a few of them.
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The Leamington Observer is one of a group of local weekly newspapers spanning Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the West Midlands published by Bullivant Media - each newspaper providing all the latest local news, sport and advertising, in print and on line.
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Leamington Warwick & County Chronicle - B Suffrage meeting at St Johns Warwick (owned by Mr and Mrs Baylis) described Leamington branch - well 19/06/ to 19/06/ William Wyatt was born in apparently in Warwickshire.
He married Elizabeth (maiden name and birth not known) before They had 2 sons: Edward bLeamington Priors, Warwick and Edward b. Milverton. The family moved to US sometime before the US Census where the father and two sons appear in Iowa.
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Leamington, or Leamington-Priors (All Saints), is a parish, in the union of Warwick, and the Kenilworth division of the hundred of Knightlow, Warwickshire, it is 2½ miles E from Warwick.
There are places of worship for Baptists, Independents, Wesleyans, and Roman Catholics.. Warwickshire Heraldry Peterborough Diocese Warwickshire (CD) Journal Warwickshire (Barth19) Map, 1 Warwickshire Map, 4 Warwickshire (disc) Militia Warwickshire Place names Warwickshire (CD) Poor Law Warwickshire Strays Warwickshire Visitations & This is a list of sheriffs and high sheriffs of the English county of Warwickshire.
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BARWICK, Geoff.Title: NEWSPAPERS OF ESSEX, KENT, AND LAMBTON COUNTIES: Author: Leddy Library Last modified by: Katharine Ball Created Date: 12/11/ PM.Trial at Warwickshire Assizes.- Prisoner Francis Clay age Crime - Housebreaking into the premises of John Penny of Birmingham.
Sentence Death recorded and reduced to transportation for life on Petition of Clemency for his parent good character William and Mary Clay of the Parish of St gham and ten inhabitants known to the convicts parents.