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GOLDEN WEDDIND.

GOLDEN WEDDIND.

t HUNT.—On Oct... 4, 1892. at the Knoll Wesleyan Chapel. Mafield. by the Rec. W. J. Boote. Miss Annie Hunt. of Faildiley. Cheshire. and Mr. A. E. Barrett, of Middle.- bro. Yorkshire The bride was Risen away by Mrs. Boote. wits of the minister. Mr. and Mrs. Barratt now reside at
03 October 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
A BLAKENHALL FINE

A BLAKENHALL FINE

Nantwich firemen were called out on Monday evening to Blakenhall. where bales of straw stored in a wood shed at the farm of Mr. Fluter wem on fire. Farm hands threw burning bales into the farmyard and danger was averted. The wood shed escaped without being scorched. HOME FROM HO
03 October 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
A NEW FORWARD.

A NEW FORWARD.

George R. Clint. who p.ayed in the Alexandra's practice match at Crewe on Saturday. comes from a well-known football family He is a nephew of Capt. A. T Tyson- Dickens, adjutant of the Home Guard. who coached him in his early football days. He has played for South Shields. Bury.
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
iiiiilirallii WANTED

iiiiilirallii WANTED

WANTED V% 7E andegnßell year Business. Always long list par chasers awaiting Businesses. Elves Busineve Agency. Braintree ep3o4a NEWS. GROCERY or GENERAL STORES Wanted in Cheshire Country district; must have good house. all main services: details in confidence: buy property it ne
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
soTons. isspre.as,ate.

soTons. isspre.as,ate.

soTons. good condition.—Apply 65. Beech dtreet, LTrewe. 249 c.e.• new tyres; taxed • and inaured..-60. Valley Road. Crewe. p 378 1938 AUSTIN 7; sun roof; good lyres condition; £7o.—liordon, Rostock preen, Davenham. nolB4a LtQR Sale, AUSTIN 7 Saloon; re-1: conditioned engine; offe
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
z !c 14 WEDDING..

z !c 14 WEDDING..

WEDDING.. ALLCOGK-: Wc.O,llY —On Augu.t 29. A - S.C. thureb t by Brown Mary Edith. r of John and Lily to William Edwin. And Lou:, , a allcock,
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
WORK OF THE OORPS.

WORK OF THE OORPS.

Miss Altham. who explained at the outset that the obtect of the 'Corps was to provide general train'Mg for girls between 16 to 18 and to equip them in character. body, and mind to fulfil their obligation to the nation during the war, and train them for the work of reconstruction
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SALE OF PLUMBLEY HERD

SALE OF PLUMBLEY HERD

Messrs. John Thornton, Hobson & tO. sold on Friday the herd of pure-bred and supplementary register British Friesian cattle, the property of Mr. Oswald Platt. at Brook Farm, Plumbley. The herd included many excellent animals of all ages. the young stock mostly being by Tarviu Ev
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
BLACK-OUT TIMES

BLACK-OUT TIMES

p.m. a.m. FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 839 5.47 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY DEATH OF RAILWAY ACCOUNTANT
29 August 1942 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England