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'Miss Wilson' appointed Sanitary Officer of Longford Rural District
"Miss Wilson" appointed Sanitary Officer of Longford Rural District
 
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Alfred Cousins' 91st birthday party, 1948
Alfred Cousins' 91st birthday party, 1948
Grantham Journal article about Alfred's 91st birthday party at the Red Lion hotel. Published 26 November 1948.
 
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Anecdote about Hubert Wilson at Ballykinlar prison camp, 1936
Anecdote about Hubert Wilson at Ballykinlar prison camp, 1936
 
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Charles Cousins and Sarah Ann Dodd Wedding Announcement, 1854
Charles Cousins and Sarah Ann Dodd Wedding Announcement, 1854
 
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Complete Louis J. Walsh article that mentions Hubert Wilson at Ballykinlar, 1936
Complete Louis J. Walsh article that mentions Hubert Wilson at Ballykinlar, 1936
Excerpt from book "On My Keeping", published in the Derry Journal, 25 November 1936
 
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George Wilson birth announcement, 1882
George Wilson birth announcement, 1882
 
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George Wilson letter to the Herald, 1933
George Wilson letter to the Herald, 1933
"The son of a grand old Nationalist" describes police baton charge he witnessed in Longford.
 
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Hubert Wilson is detained in 1916 and 'conveyed to Dublin' with Francis McGuinness, J.P. and Thomas Bannon, N.T.
Hubert Wilson is detained in 1916 and "conveyed to Dublin" with Francis McGuinness, J.P. and Thomas Bannon, N.T.
Freeman's Journal, 13 May 1916
 
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Hubert Wilson sued over car hire, 1926
Hubert Wilson sued over car hire, 1926
 
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John Cousins wins a mowing contest in 1851
John Cousins wins a mowing contest in 1851
Leicestershire Mercury account of Waltham Agricultural Society annual gathering at Harston. The mowing contest was won by John Cousins. John Starbuck came 3rd.
 
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John Osborne advertises for an apprentice, 1896
John Osborne advertises for an apprentice, 1896
Grantham Journal "Wanted" ad, 21 March 1896. "Appl, J. Osborne, 17, Westgate, Grantham".
 
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Louisa Cousins is witness in theft case, 1868
Louisa Cousins is witness in theft case, 1868
Grantham Journal account from 7 March 1868 of a court case where Mary Ann Higgins was accused of stealing a child's frock. Louisa Cousins was working as a servant at the Malt Shovels Inn.
 
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Louisa Cousins' successful Affiliation Order against William Marshall, 1858
Louisa Cousins' successful Affiliation Order against William Marshall, 1858
Lincolnshire Chronicle account on 24 September 1858 of Louisa Cousins' successful application for an Affiliation Order against William Marshall as the father of Alfred Cousins. William was ordered to pay 1s. 6d. per week. Evidence was provided by Sarah Dodd - could this be Sarah Ann Dodd who married her brother Charles in 1854?
 
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Louisa Cousins' unsuccessful application for an order in bastardy against William Marshall
Louisa Cousins' unsuccessful application for an order in bastardy against William Marshall
Lincolnshire Chronicle account from 12 February 1858. See successful application in September 1858.
 
15
Marriage notice for John Osborne and Elizabeth Pyband Porter, 1874
Marriage notice for John Osborne and Elizabeth Pyband Porter, 1874
Grantham Journal, 22 August 1874
 
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Marriage of John Beech and Louisa Cousins, 1870
Marriage of John Beech and Louisa Cousins, 1870
Marriage notice from Lincolnshire Chronicle, 30 December 1870. Louisa is named as "Miss Lucy Cousins".
 
17
Thomas Wilson, Auction of Shedding, 1864
Thomas Wilson, Auction of Shedding, 1864
Thomas Wilson of Sligo and Longford
 
18
Thomas Wilson, death notice in Freeman's Journal, 1873
Thomas Wilson, death notice in Freeman's Journal, 1873
 
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Walter Cousins at 1935 Civil Service Benevolent Fund Dance
Walter Cousins at 1935 Civil Service Benevolent Fund Dance
 
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Walter Cousins at Civil Service Benevolent Fund event, 1933
Walter Cousins at Civil Service Benevolent Fund event, 1933
Sunday Independent, 1933
 
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Walter Cousins wins scholarship, 1898
Walter Cousins wins scholarship, 1898
From Nottinghamshire Guardian, 6 August 1898. "Walter Cousins, Little Gonerby" won Junior Scholarship, as did "Arthur Porter Osborne, Grantham".
 
22
Winifred Osborne in school play, 1920
Winifred Osborne in school play, 1920
Grantham Journal, 29 May 1920. Grantham Girls' School performance at the Theatre Royal. Winifred played a Goblin.