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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2 Oct 1919

ARMY VETERAN'S DEATH. fPhoto, Dunn, King St. Ex-Sehgt. Donald Ross. Ex-Sergeant Donald Ross (81), an old Armyveteran, who died at his residence, 23 Marywell Street, on Sunday evening. Sergeant Ross joined the 93rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in 1859

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Type: Illustrated
Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Apr 1997

1 Michael Gray 2 Russell McFee 3 Andy MacDonald 4 Donald Ross Donald Allan 6 James Winter 7 Jamie Mackenzie 8 Jocky Mackay 9 David Jack 10 Paul Mailley 11 Steve Murray (i-i drew) 1 John Campbell 2 Stuart Vance 3 Gerry Halas 4 Alistair Bower Paul McLellan

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Type: Article
Banffshire Journal and General Advertiser

Banffshire Journal and General Advertiser Banffshire, Scotland

11 Apr 1865

THE BANFFSHIRE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 11. MR. DONALD ROSS, OF NORTH-EAST COAST MISSION, WILL ADDRESS a MEETING in the St Andrews Hall, Castle Straet, on Sabbath first, the 16th curt., at Three o'clock Afternoon. All are ibvited to attend. Collection

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Type: Article
Stirling Observer

Stirling Observer Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Jan 1844

reply is as follows:—With John Ross there was in Stirling a Donald Ross, a cousin both of his and Donald Ross of Rosebank, who, we have said above, is brother to John Ross. This Donald Ross, when in S;irling, we did not see, nor did we know, until the

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Type: Article
John o' Groat Journal

John o' Groat Journal Caithness, Scotland

26 Feb 1847

Kahbntii, which indignantly repel. One word to Mr Donald Ross. Donald, your letter in the llvrait/, purporting have been addressed to cs, not thr letter vou sent for insertion —you know that full well, Donald, and if you are particularly anxious to see ynttrsrlf

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Type: Article
Shields Daily Gazette

Shields Daily Gazette Durham, England

27 Mar 1902

INDUCTION OF REV DONALD ROSS. The induction of the new minister of Laygate Presbyterian Church, South Shields, the Rev. Donald Rose, brief biographical sketch of whom published yesteruay, took placo yesterday afternoon in the preeence of a crowded co

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Type: Article
Northern Whig

Northern Whig Antrim, Northern Ireland

15 Dec 1933

SEQUEL TO MURDER OF DONALD ROSS. THREE FRENCH CONVICTS ARRAIGNED. Strange Coincidence Leads to Charge Pans, Thursday. Rene Anchisi (25), Serge Sauvageot (27), and Adolphe Guilleminot (24), who have been under suspicion since December, 1932, in connection

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Type: Article
The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

31 Aug 1937

SOCIETY WEDDING IN ROSS-SHIRE Ismay Viscountess Tiverton Mr Donald Ross Very quietly , in the 400-year-old Parish Church of Cromarty , Ross-shire , yesterday , Ismay Viscountess Tiverton , elder daughter of the late Lord Ninian Crichton-Stuart and of

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Type: Article
Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

13 Mar 1856

WEST HIGHLAND RELIEF FUND MR. DONALD ROSS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INVERNESS COURIER. Sir, —As many persons here (Mr Donald Ross's native county) hare an idea that he makes a good thing* of his appeals to the English in behalf of the starring people in

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Type: Article
Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

2 Aug 1929

SIR DONALD ROSS. Colonel Sir Donald Ross, K.C.8., K.C.M.G.. F.R.S., is director-inchief of the Ross Institute and Hospital for Tropical Diseases. London, which was founded to advance research on malaria. His life's aim has been the conquering of this

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Type: Article
Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

22 Sep 1932

MR. DONALD ROSS Some sixty members of the local British Colony in Paris attended the funeral to-day of Mr. Donald Ross, who was recently found dead in mysterious circumstances. The eofim was covered with a mass of beautiful wreaths, including one inscribed:

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

24 May 1935

Mr. Donald Ross (56), a Scotsman who acted as Paris representative for an Ulster linen house. Reference to Mr. Ross's role in the British intelligence service was made ny the Public Prosecutor, who said :.at investigations into his death began in an atmosphere

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Type: Article
Kirkintilloch Herald

Kirkintilloch Herald Dunbartonshire, Scotland

19 May 1915

Private DONALD ROSS Private Donald Ross. Company, ist Seaforth Highlanders, has sent a |iostcard to his parents, who reside at Nickel Works Cottages, KirkintilUxh, staling that he had arrived in Knglnnd, and was on his way hospital at Manchester, having

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Dundee Evening Telegraph

Dundee Evening Telegraph Angus, Scotland

31 Jul 1939

MINISTER FOR EDINBURGH Rev. Donald Ross The congregation ot „ ld. |»' e Church, Edinburgh, h f tb 0 elected as minister K . ' v \efi o , Barony Church. Alyth, * P Rev. j. K. Thomson. „:ted <1 V. Brought up in the 0 < Rev. Donald Ross went t b» d 5 ' t ic 1

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Type: Article
Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Nov 1914

Death of Mr Donald Ross, Tain. The death occurred yesterday morning of Donald Ross at his farm of Balnagore, Feain. He was a native of Fearn, 6on of a farmer Loandhu. For over 40 years he was lessee of the Rain ago Arms Hotel. Tain, and left only in May

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

6 Nov 1916

TVTOTICE T 0 ;? C 11 E D I T 0 R . S . Mr DONALD ROSS , BaierGraham Place , Stromness , havinc granted a Trust- Dcid for behoof of his Creditors in my favour . ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS against the said DONALD ROSS are requested to lodge them with me \ r

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Type: Article
Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

6 May 1916

Private and Mrs. Donald Ross. The marriage was solemnized at Minster on the 26th April of Pte. Donald Noble Ross, of the loth Battalion, Ist Canadians, and Miss Christina Ross Leisbman. The bridegroom hails from Calgary, Canada, and having been wounded

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

23 Oct 1986

The new tournament has been called the Donald Ross Memorial Tournament in memory of one of Scotland's most famous but least known golfing stars. Described as Scotland's gift to American golf. Donald Ross was born in Dornoch in 1872 and emigrated to

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The Scotsman

The Scotsman Midlothian, Scotland

11 Jan 1941

MAYFI ELD NORTH CHURCH 11 a . m . —Home Guard Church Parade—The Rev . DONALD ROSS , M . A . 4 . p . m . —The Rev . DONALD ROSS . M . A . MAYFI ELD SOUTH CHURCH 11 a . m . and 3 p . m . — Dr CALDERWOOD . MORNINGSIDE HIGH CHURCH 11 and 4 ( in Hall )—Kev

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Type: Article
Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

24 Sep 1932

Matin adds that if this storyis accurate, Mr Ross must have returned to Maisons Lai'ittce by the 5.43 train, or by car. It was later in the same morning that dead man was found by his son, Mr Donald Ross. The doctors who made the post-mortem examination

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Type: Article