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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

29 Aug 1870

Sfrtii. FiETH^AngT^, the wife of Mr. Charles Henry Firth, Endcliffe Yale, of a daughter. c - == — js*«Tttffti7~ Casson— GoonwiN.— Ang. 24, at Wirksworth, by the Bey. H. C Casson, J. Hornßey Casson, M R CS. Emj'.and, of Ashbome, to Israel Harriett, youngest

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

9 Jul 1886

Birtfj. Firth.— July 8th, at _ iverdale, the wife of Charles Henry Firth, of a daughter. 3078 Beat!)*. Smith.— July 3, at South Grove road, Arthur, second son of the late Ebenezer Smith , of Sheffield, aged 72 years. .Friends will please accept this

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

22 Mar 1878

in the Yorkshire woollen trade, Sir Charles Henry Firth, West Riding magistrate, and a Deputy-lieutenant tor the county having suspended payment. Sir Charles was until lately member of the firm of Messrs. Edwin Firth and Sons blanket and rug manufacturers

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

10 Jul 1886

BirtlL Firth.— July 8th, at Biverdale, the wife of Charles Henry Firth, of a daughter. 3078 _Earrta_(c% Holdswobth— Wild.— July 1, at St. Peter'* Church, Cleethorpes. Albert Hold s worth, of Claremont place, Sheffield, to Mary Anne Wild, of Havelock street

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

14 Sep 1878

County 1 Court of Yorkshire holden at Dewsbury.—Sir CHARLES HENRY FIRTH, of Herkirv-nilwike, the county of York, Knight, Merchant and Colliery Proprietor, carrying buniness under the stjle firm Firth Brothers, wa« adjudged bankrupt on the twelfth day of

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

10 Dec 1892

SUDDEff DEATH OF A BHEFFIELD MANUFACTURER. Charles Henry Firth, one of the members of the celebrated firm of Thomas Firth and Sons, steel manufacturers, of Sheffield, died somewhat suddenly at Bath on Thursday week. He had been in failing health for some

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Worcestershire Chronicle

Worcestershire Chronicle Worcestershire, England

23 Mar 1878

in the Yorkshire woollen 4rade, Sir Charles Henry Firth, a West Biding Magistrate, and Deputy-lieutenant for the county, having swpended paymeut. Sir Charles was until lately a member of the firm of Messrs. Edwin Firth and Sons, blanket and rug manafanturers

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

29 Aug 1870

J. Nayior; both of Sheffield. DEATHS. Firth.—Ou the inst., Ecdeliffe-vale, Sheffield, Adelaide, wife Mr. Charles Henry Firth. Fbbraxd.—On 26th inst., at St. Philips-road, aged years, Sarah, the beloved wife Charles Forrand. Friends will please accept this

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

25 Jun 1898

SALE. TUESDAY NEXT, AT 4.30. CHARLES HENRY FIRTH, ESQ . DECEASED BIYERDAT.E. SHEFFIELD. SUBSTANTIALLY STONE - BUILT FAMILY MANSION, AND UPWARDS OF ACRES OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND (EXCI.USIVE OF ROADS), SURROUNDED BY EXCELLENT WALLS, AND BELTED WITH

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

11 Jun 1898

CHARLES HENRY FIRTH, ESQ.. DECEASED. RIYEHDALE, RANMOOR, SDEFFiELD. gEBSTANTTALLT STONE - BUILT FAMILY MANSION, AND UPWARDS OF 13 ACRES OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND (EXCLUSIVE ROADS), SURROUNDED EXCELLENT BOUNDARY WALLS, AND BELTED WITH WELL-GROWN PLANTATIONS

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

11 Jun 1898

CHARLES HENRY FIRTH, ESQ., DECEASED. RIYERDALE, EANMOOR, SHEFFIELD. gUBSTANTI ALLY STONE - BUILT FAMILY MANSION, AND UPWARDS OF 13 ACRES OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND (EXCLUSIVE OF ROADS), SURROUNDED BY EXCELLENT BOU-NDARY WALLS, AND BELTED WITH WELL-GROWN

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

22 Apr 1892

MARRIAGE OF MISS K. S. FIRTH AND MR. RICHARD KING. The wedding of Mr. Richard King, only sun of the Rev. Richard King, of Hampstead, lo Miss Ethel Susan Firth, third daughter of Mr. Charles Henry Firth, of Riverdale, Sheffield, and 17, Royal orescent

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette Somerset, England

28 Apr 1892

Mrs. Charles Henry Firth, Mr. H. Branson Firth (brother of the bride), and Mrs. Firth, Mr. Percy Schweder and Mrs. Schweder (sister of the bride), Mr. Seymour King, M.P., and Mrs. Seymour King (cousins of the bridegroom), Mr. R. C. Dundas Firth and Mr

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Clifton Society

Clifton Society Bristol, England

8 Dec 1892

half-past .. Mr. Charles Henry Firth was brother of Mr. Mark Firth, who had made some generous gifts to Sheffield, and entertained the Prince and Princess of Wales, and afterwards Prince Leopold, when they visited Sheffield. Mr. Firth took no great part

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

29 Jul 1887

the front of the platform, and among the assembly were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Firth, Mr. and Mrs. Cowiishaw, Sir Henry Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Firth, Mr. and Mrs. Branson Firth, the Beys. H. Wofiindin, C. F. Knight, G. H. Stock, C. A. Good- hart, T. Hulme

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Apr 1881

of Justice Wa' eiie'd on 13th January, 1881, Charles Henry Firth, of Rivtrdsle. in thi? Parish of Sheffield aforesaid, Merchant and Mam.facturer, John Bradley Firth, Oak'irook aforesaid, Esquire, James Henry Barber, of Sheffield aforesaid, Bank Manager

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Western Daily Press

Western Daily Press Bristol, England

22 Apr 1892

roses, with streamers to match. There were six brirt*Hmni la—M:ss Adelaide Firth, Miss Lilian Firth, Violet M. B. Firth (sister-* the btiie), i Frances Wright, Gwendoline Firth (nieces of ! bride), and Miss Dorothy Norton Thompson. They j were attired

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Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service

Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service London, England

2 Jan 1878

Sir Charles Henry Firth resigns his commission, also is permitted to retain his rank, and to continue to wear the uniform of the Administrative Brigade on his retirement. 2nd West Riding of Yorkshire .4Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Henry Firth resigns

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Aug 1895

pfts of her mother. The bride was attended six brdesm-' Adeia-'de Firth. Miss Msbee TSnom-icon, Mis* Francs Wrif-ht, Miss Loxlev Firth Miss Violet M. B. Firth, and Miss Gwendoline Firth They were all sttired frowns of white muslin, trimmed with Valenciennes

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Huddersfield Chronicle

Huddersfield Chronicle Yorkshire, England

21 Mar 1878

COMMERCIAL FAILURES. FAILURE OF SIR CHARLES HENRY FIRTH, BART. LIABILITIES OVER £52,686. Last night, close on four o'olock, Messrs. Carr and Cadman filed a petition in the Dewsbury County Court on behalf of Sir Charles Henry Firth, Bart., of Plush, Heckmondwike

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