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 A fine record - Five Quorn brothers serving  A fine record - Five Quorn brothers serving
Loughborough Echo 14th May 1943 Mrs. Pike, of 7 Meynell Road has now five sons serving ...... cont.
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 Sqd.-Ldr L. Wright believed killed - Well known local flying officer  Sqd.-Ldr L. Wright believed killed - Well known local flying officer
Loughborough Echo 14th May 1943 After being reported missing after an operational ...... cont.
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 Local girl starts own Mission Church - started preaching at 16  Local girl starts own Mission Church - started preaching at 16
A Venture of Faith Loughborough Echo 12th October 1945 Faith in her vocation as a ...... cont.
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 Hubert Woodward Looks Back  Hubert Woodward Looks Back
Leicester Graphic 1973 This fascinating article appeared in the Leicester Graphic ...... cont.
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 Mr George Farnham - 1961  Mr George Farnham - 1961
From the Leicester Graphic September issue Head of one of Leicestershire's oldest ...... cont.
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 Death of Quorn Worthy - Mr W H Fewkes  Death of Quorn Worthy - Mr W H Fewkes
Loughborough Echo - 25th July 1930 The death occurred on Tuesday morning of Mr William ...... cont.
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 Death of Mr J. A. Hayward. 1922  Death of Mr J. A. Hayward. 1922
Loughborough Monitor and Herald - January 19th 1922 Death of Mr J. A. Hayward A ...... cont.
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 A WW1 postcard sent to Flos Boyer in Quorn  A WW1 postcard sent to Flos Boyer in Quorn
In the early 1900s people used postcards like we use the phone calls, text messages and e ...... cont.
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 Big catch in Quorn Brook - 1958  Big catch in Quorn Brook - 1958
Loughborough Echo - 23rd May 1958 Eleven years old Michael Taylor of 31 Barrow-road, ...... cont.
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 Rev E Foord-Kelcey  Rev E Foord-Kelcey
The Reverend Edward Foord-Kelcey was born in Smeeth, Kent. He was the Vicar of Quorn for ...... cont.
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Total: 771 artefacts returned over 78 pages


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