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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
 
OATOH-PAY-PAL UNION.

OATOH-PAY-PAL UNION.

Counc . l), presided. 'Mr Geo. Gregory, treasurer, read the financial report, which showed a substantial balance to credit at the bank. At this stage Mr WM. MoKitterick was moved to the second chair. Oa the motion of Mr Gregory, seconded by Mr Robert Boyd
22 January 1916 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ARKLOW URBAN COUNCIL

ARKLOW URBAN COUNCIL

chairmanship. Chairman—l hope Captain Gregory is satisfied with the explanation? Mr. Gregory—l am sntisfiesl: Mr. Melligan has net been living long ninong here. Mr. Mulligan—l am sell aware of that, Captain Gregory; 1 don't forget that at all. The mutter
29 January 1916 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
A SOLDIER’S “ FHTD” IN THE TRENCHES.

A SOLDIER’S “ FHTD” IN THE TRENCHES.

engraved on it two representations—one of Julius C-Esar and the other probably of Pope Gregory XIII. It was pointed out that if the second figure was that of Pope Gregory the date 1482 underneath it was wrong by a century, and should have been 1582. , At
29 January 1916 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
soli ing corroborated the statealeat of his titer Wonhips ordered tbat.the defendeist forfeit 48 2d wages sad pay 5s and

soli ing corroborated the statealeat of his titer Wonhips ordered tbat.the defendeist forfeit 48 2d wages sad pay 5s and

the suit of Distriet-Inspector Gregory foe.: *Used, opening their promises at prohibited hours on handily, 2nd inst. Mr. W. 0. Magineus, solicitor, appeared for the defence. Constable Reilly deposed, in reply to Mr. Gregory, that at between 9 and 10 o'clock
14 January 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOREY FAIR.

GOREY FAIR.

inst. in the Courthouse, Gorey, Rev. Nicholas Mer.• nagh, P.P., chairman presiding. The other Melllher, present were—Rev. Gregory Petit, C.C.; Rev. N. J. Clarke. B .4.; Messrs. -fames Kavanagh, N. J. Fowler, John Sheehan and Robert Spencter. The secretary
15 January 1916 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. WDONAI.I). GOREY

MRS. WDONAI.I). GOREY

; Rev. John O'Grady, C C.. A rda mine , sub-deacon: Rev. John Quigley. P.P., Tagoat, master of ceremonies. Chanters—Rev. Gregory Petit, C C., Kilnahue. and Rev. D. A. Kavanagh, C C., Kiltealy. in the choir—Very Rev. Precentor O'Neill, P.P.. Inch; Very
29 January 1916 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
!1" ICE WICKLOW PEOPLE

!1" ICE WICKLOW PEOPLE

fact:on. The Town Clerk *aid if the Act On the motinn of Mr. Doyle, seconded adopted in the township people woh d by Mr. Gregory, it was decided to accept have to notify cases of infectious diseose Mernagh's offer for the lighting of the under a penalty%
08 January 1916 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
ROBT. A. MERRY & CO.,

ROBT. A. MERRY & CO.,

ford family and wea romtoeted . on • the of indignation amongst agriculturists . and to undermine the position and Father Gregory, Father Bryan and I pictures were of such variety and in- maternal side with many of the leading and breeders. The maintenance
21 January 1916 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
• , • • THE WICKLOViF ~~~~~.t 4 LIGHTiIIa IP TIME FOR ALL VEHICLES. Saturday, January 'Sunday, January Monday, January

• , • • THE WICKLOViF ~~~~~.t 4 LIGHTiIIa IP TIME FOR ALL VEHICLES. Saturday, January 'Sunday, January Monday, January

eminril wmild the ea' thum use who same lost this vsmalli of regret and N eesedersthad that the crow of the ittoboat Mr. Gregory desired to aesortate him- at their station all day sassing fur self with the rerotution and to endorse ....militias to launch
08 January 1916 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland