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gIIAWDARD, F Splendid Family. Record. Seven Sons Serve King and Country.

gIIAWDARD, F Splendid Family. Record. Seven Sons Serve King and Country.

represent—(Top) Captain G. L. Gregory. E. F. Gretiory• telereaseil): (second reel Lieut..Cotnniandee H, W. Gregory, Commander R. G. Gregory; (bottom row) District-Inspector Vera Gregory, R.1.('.; Lient.-Colonel Gregory, and Lientenant William G
28 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
• THE LISBURN' STANDARD. DARD. FRIDAY. •.AUGUST 9. 1918. 5 . . PARKET LISBURN NAMIETS. dd. do loot UNION PLOTS

• THE LISBURN' STANDARD. DARD. FRIDAY. •.AUGUST 9. 1918. 5 . . PARKET LISBURN NAMIETS. dd. do loot UNION PLOTS

Army. both flu the eye et the declarant/it war * BREVITISS. * recent Mr. Henry C. Gregory, J.P., a nd it decided that the that firm it not. He * * of Dist rict - Gregory. be Tit• [don, • moldier. tlwre. An Win und er th e o f sit tow year. kW. below& North
09 August 1918 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. JONN "ANTRIM 20"

ST. JONN "ANTRIM 20"

31st, lire. acre OISTRICY•INSPECTOR GREGORY LOSES ANOTHER •BOTHER. Third Maid* a Y. District-Insector Vier Gregory, 111. C., Lisburn, has been bereaved tar tbe third time *nitro year, brother, Captain G. L. Gregory, Durham Light Infantry, baring died
25 January 1918 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
under the Defenee of tht:Reithru Am.

under the Defenee of tht:Reithru Am.

adjournment. Mr. .Nlaginems said he had not seen anything of the slips referred to. Of course Mr. Gregory laud his remedy for that. District-Inspector Gregory—Yes; hut don't see why poor people in Lougstone oe anywhere else in the town shoeld be intimidated
25 July 1919 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LISBURN BURGLARIES. Men the Flaw a kraal Okrador. On the afternoon of the 15th inst.. Frederick Moore, Hill Street,

THE LISBURN BURGLARIES. Men the Flaw a kraal Okrador. On the afternoon of the 15th inst.. Frederick Moore, Hill Street,

District•lnspector Gregory took it from her. Crossexamined by Mr. Meginesa—She did not know• the date on which Moore gave her the ring. Coda yen give me aoy retool:why he should give you the ring although it is bean?—No District-Inspector Gregory—lt is gold filled
18 February 1911 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REFUSED TO LEAVE LICENSED PREMISES.

REFUSED TO LEAVE LICENSED PREMISES.

ector Gregory, Mrs. Strong said she never saw the men before and did not know• they lived in Lisburn. Hugh Rafferty (called by Mr. Lavery) said that ho and Agnew said they came from Dunmurry. He paid for the drink. By District-Inspector Gregory—ln his
03 December 1915 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY

Dlatrtct•lospector Gregorys aid 1 don't my in court He has to corns from White- house, and be is the only one I have got. Mr, Wiriness - Maybe he is ashamed to come (Laughter.) Mr. Graham -I appear for M'Kee. I don't know whether Mr. Gregory is ready to go
01 November 1913 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

MUM PETTY SESSIONS.

Portadown, appeared for the defence. Mr. Gregory explained that the delay' in bringing the pr toga was owing to the injured woman heifig in the hospital. Mrs. Ellen Trainor, Bridge Street, then called. In reply to Mr. Gregory, the said she coining from her work
30 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS.

LISBURN PETTY SESSIONS.

IP.. Hugh G. Larmor. J J. 1.. Reotoul. M.D.. J.P.. Wm. Ritchie. 1.1'., and Edward Dohaibl. Jun.. J.P. District-Inspector Gregory, and Mr. T. J English, C.P.S., were in attendance. LICENSING John Green. publican, Chapel Hill, was prosecuted foe a breach
13 July 1912 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOOS PRISONERS TAKEN.

LOOS PRISONERS TAKEN.

Harry William Gregory, R.N., who died from pneumonia ut the British General Hospital, Bassorah, on 13th inst., was u son of Mr. Henry Charles Gregory, West Court, Callan, Co. Kilkenny, and a brother of District- Inspector Vern Gregory, R.1.C., Lisburn
21 September 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland