Monthly Archives: September 1899

Longest licensed publican in the kingdom

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, September 12, 1899 CHINNOR — LONGEST-LICENSED MAN — The village of Chinnor lies on the western slope of the Chiltern Hills. Just at the present moment it is wondering why five people out of six have never … Continue reading

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Marriage of Miss Bessie Eggleton to Mr. E.W. Clarke

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, September 19, 1899 MARRIAGE OF MISS BESSIE EGGLETON The marriage of Miss Bessie EGGLETON, daughter of Mr. Henry David EGGLETON, of Hill Farm, Chinnor, to Mr. E.W. CLARKE, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Chapman CLARKE, of Bishopstone, … Continue reading

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Obituary of Henry John Newell, Postmaster

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, September 19, 1899 CHINNOR OBITUARY.—Villagers were painfully startled last Thursday morning as the news of the decease of the postmaster solemnly passed from one to another. Mr. [Henry John] NEWELL, of Oxford House, was but 30 years … Continue reading

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