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Scotland Newspaper References to Prentice

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Scotland Newspaper References to Prentice
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Summer 2005 and Revised 9 Apr 2005

Christine Hadden has provides us with the following newspaper references to people named Prentice in the "Scotsman" newspaper published in Edinburgh, Scotland:

    The Scotsman, 04 Nov 1874 P6. "An old man, residing in Muir Street, Motherwell, named James Prentice, who has officiated as beadle and gravedigger for the parish of Dalziel for many years, dropped down suddenly in Muir Street yesterday forenoon.".

    Prentice – At Foulshiels, Whitburn, on the 18th inst., Christina Stark, widow of David Prentice, farmer, aged 84 years. Funeral to Whitburn Churchyard on Monday, 22nd curt., at 1.30 o’clock. Friends please accept this intimation and invitation. o The Scotsman - 20 Jul 1907 o Page: 16 --------

    Forthcoming Marriage Major H. Telfer – Miss A. D. Prentice The engagement is announced between Major Henry Telfer, The Seaforth Highlanders, son of Mr. Andrew H. Telfer, JP (Justice of the Peace), and Mrs Telfer, The Knock, Causewayhead, Stirling, and Agnes Dalziel Prentice, youngest daughter of the late John W. Prentice, JP, and Mrs Prentice, Longcarse, Alloa o The Scotsman - 12 Nov 1943 o Page: 4

    Prentice – At Uddington, Douglas, Lanarkshire, on 13th November 1950, in her 90th year, Grace, eldest daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Wm. Prentice, sen., Uddington. Funeral private. o The Scotsman - 14 Nov 1950 o Page: 8

    Prentice – At 50 High Street, Lanark (the residence of her son-in-law), on 9th November 1943, Catherine Watson (83), beloved wife of the late William T Prentice, I.T.S.C, 31 Hope Street Lanark

    Prentice – At “Marion Cottage”, Millburn Road, Bathgate, suddenly on 31st March 1940, James Prentice, aged 76 years, beloved husband of Margaret Ross Campbell. Funeral Wednesday, 3rd April at 3 pm to Bathgate Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation and invitation. (N flowers by request)

    Marriage Leidberg – Prentice – At Hyndland Parish Church, Glasgow, on 6th March 1937, by the Reverend John Lamb, BD, Nils Gustaf, only son of the late Captain Per Olof Liedberg and of Mrs Liedberg of Stockholm, Sweden to Beatrice Mary, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Prentice and of Mrs Prentice, of 15 Cleveden Gardens, Glasgow, and Symington House, Lanarkshire.

    Birth - Prentice – at 46 Newhaven Road, Leith, on the 27th June, the wife of Wm. Prentice, Woodside Street Street, Coatbridge, of a son. The Scotsman, 1st July 1913, page 10

    Prentice – Thomson – At 46 Newhaven Road, Leith on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Thomas Porteous BD, St James Parish, William Prentice, eldest son of James Prentice, Coatbridge to Robina Williamson, younger daughter of R. W. Thomson. Scotsman, 10th September 1912

    Prentice – At 18 Woodland Terrace, Merrystone, Coatbridge, on the 30th September, the wife of Robert Prentice, of a son. The Scotsman, 3rd October 1907, page 10

    Death: Prentice – At a hospital in England, on 19th September 1949, Dr. John Stuart Prentice, eldest son of the late Mr Adam Prentice, of Grange Loan, Edinburgh, 9. The Scotsman, 28th September 1949

    Mr Robert Prentice, Coatbridge, was ordained to the charge of Knockando Parish Church, Moray, yesterday, in succession to the late Rev. Patrick Riddel The Scotsman, 31st October 1940

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