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Great Loss to Chinnor – Obituary of William Joseph Brazell

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, April 30, 1946 GREAT LOSS TO CHINNOR We have to report with very deep regret the passing of Mr. W. J. BRAZELL, one of Chinnor’s most respected residents who was, for many years our representative in that … Continue reading

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Marriage of W.R. Eggleton and A.H. Brazell

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, September 22, 1914 MARRIAGE OF Mr. W. R. EGGLETON and Miss A. H. BRAZELL, AT CHINNOR A wedding of considerable local interest took place in the Congregational Church, Chinnor, on Wednesday afternoon [September 16th], which was crowded … Continue reading

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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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The recent fire

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, August 29, 1899 CHINNOR THE RECENT FIRE The following amounts have been collected on behalf of the sufferers by the recent fire at Chinnor by the Thame Fire Brigade, who tender their thanks to the several subscribers, … Continue reading

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Petty Sessions, Storm over Chinnor

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, August 22, 1899 PETTY SESSIONS—August 12th. Before E. Hammersley and W. Wiggins, Esqs. Jane FARMER, of Watlington, was summoned by Bridget MARTIN for not keeping her dog under proper control, at Watlington, on the 19th July. Mr. … Continue reading

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Disastrous Fire at Chinnor – Eight Familes Burnt Out

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, August 15, 1899 (page 5) DISASTROUS FIRE AT CHINNOR — EIGHT FAMILES BURNT OUT — Sunday [August 13th] was a day that will live long in the memory of the people of Chinnor. Never in the history … Continue reading

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Sad cycling fatality near Chinnor

THAME GAZETTE Tuesday, October 2, 1894 SAD CYCLING FATALITY NEAR CHINNOR While riding a tricycle, and accompanied by her husband on a bicycle, late on Saturday night along the Chinnor and Bledlow Road, Mrs. LEES-ELSON, of London, was thrown upon … Continue reading

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