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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
 
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
 
FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

FORMER LISBURN CONSTABLE

British Forces in Fraare, is Lieut.-Colonel C. L. Gregory, 19th tanne►s (Fen's Horse), late 19th Bengal Unreel s Indian Army. Lient.-Colosiel Gregory, who is a brother of Diatriet-laripector Vere Gregory, R.1.C., Lisburn, has been pro- moted to the rank
23 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
From Aunt Sarah Wilton and COURID

From Aunt Sarah Wilton and COURID

jr.. LICENSING PROSECUTION DISMISSED. Sarah Lavery, publican, Lapel Hill, was prow voted at the instance of District-In►la Gregory tor. as alleged, unlawfully opening her jk<nsecl premises for the sale of intoxicating liquors on Sunday, 4th inst., at ~bout
16 June 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, 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
 
DICNIENNIDIS.

DICNIENNIDIS.

slant- had to arrest detesdant. Fir.t olt.wer. Flied 106 sad rata. FAILED TO PRODECI: HIS MOTOR LICENSE. I rirt-I vector Gregory prosecuted Laverty, king litnyt, Belfast, for failing to produce his motor hrense when requested lee a constable to do so
28 July 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTOR FATALITY ON BELFAST

MOTOR FATALITY ON BELFAST

a little hazy at the time. He did not observe the man lying on the road. Mr. Gregory—How long have you been driving a motor car? Witness—For the past five years. Mr. Gregory—Have you had ins accidents during that time? Witno.s—Not our. very sore about
29 December 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISIURN PETTY SESSIONS.

LISIURN PETTY SESSIONS.

la•fore MCMWS. J. Milne Harbour, D.L.. J.P. frnotidingi; Alan Hell, R. 1.; J.P.; and W. J. Fraser, J.P. Dit.triet-Inweetor Vere Gregory and Mr. T. J. Englibb, C.P.S., were in attendanev.
07 April 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL DEALER'S LICENSE RE *OKED.

GENERAL DEALER'S LICENSE RE *OKED.

IrhbUiet•lnft 'tor Gregory proaceuted Samuel Cochrane, general deakr, Chapel Hill, under the General Dealers' Act for not proi.erb• entering hut purchases in his books. The District-Insrector said that Cochrane, against
24 March 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIMN TOWN UNIT.

LIMN TOWN UNIT.

31*ek. J.P. (in the chair); Messrs. Robert G r iffith, J.P.: W. 3. M'Sturray, J.P.: and G. V. Taylor, J.P. District-Inspector Gregory and 31r. T. J. English, C.P.S., were in attendance. Constable Hamilton v. Mary A. O'Hare. drunk and disorderly ou lath inst
29 December 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland