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Morning Advertiser

Morning Advertiser London, England

22 Jul 1853

John Wood, late of Great Malvern, Worcestershire. the 15th inst., at Dalston, in the 31st year of his age, Mr. Charles Archibald Bentley, late of the Rose and Crown, Commercial-road, Lambeth; a Member of the Incorporated Society, the of March, on board 11

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

19 Dec 1947

Cyclist, Driver Fined Ronald Archibald Bentley, newsagent, of 164, Porter-road, Derby, was at Derby County Magistrates' Court to-day fined £2 for driving a motor-car without reasonable consideration for other road-users. Bentley, who pleaded Not guilty,

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

13 Sep 1918

BRIGADIER-GENERAL AT 29. Btevet Major (acting Lieutenant-Colonel) Archibald Bentley Baumann, South Staffordshire Regiment, who has ju«t been gazetted Brigadier-General, is only 29 years of age. The son Mr. A. A. Baumann, one time Conservative M.P. for

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

8 May 1952

president of the Coventry branch, was !elected regional vice-president. Brigadier-General to Marry Brigadier-General Archibald Bentley Beauman. of Epsom. aide-de-camP to the King in 1938. who joined the South Staffordshire Regiment in 1908. is to marry

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

26 Aug 1927

attendance, the little girl wearing a frock pink taffeta, with wreath of gold leaves. Sbe carried basket reams. Mr. Ronald Archibald Bentley, Derby, carried out the duties best man. Mr. Derby, played anoropriate selections of music on the organ, and the ** The

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

27 Oct 1917

the rate bd. per Uml ROLL OP HO.VOCB. BKHTLEY—October 19th. 1917, from- wounds received in Praace. Archibald Bentley, M.T.. A.SXT., the husband of M. Bentley, and darling daddy of-Gladys. Leslie, and Violet, of 22, Philumoreatreoi, Devon port. ' • Oil for

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Burton Daily Mail

Burton Daily Mail Staffordshire, England

9 Sep 1915

to obtain money ns sepaiation allowance from the Government false pretences. LICHFIELD OFFICER'S- GALLANTRY. Captain Archibald Bentley Bcmunan,” Ist Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, who lias been made a Companion the Distinguished Service Order

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

7 Sep 1915

first into the enemy*.' position, and rendered his commanding officer great asswtance the front line -fighting. Captain Archibald Bentley Beauman, Ist South Staffordshire Regt. For conspicuous gallantry and ability at Fcstubert on May 16, 1915. when commanding

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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal Derbyshire, England

26 Aug 1927

attendance, the little girl wearing frock pink taffeta, with a wreath of gold lea—a. She carried basket roe—. Mr. Ronald Archibald Bentley, of Derby, carried oat the data— of best mao. Mr. Jenkinaoo, Derby, ployed aonrophate —lectinna of mask: the organ, and

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Globe

Globe London, England

7 Sep 1915

Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians). Brevet Major George McDonald Pratt, 2nd Batt York and Lancaster Regt. Capl. Archibald Bentley Beauman, Ist Batt. South Staffs Regiment. Capt. Hugh Barrington Brown, Ist Batt. Leicestershire Regiment. Captain Alfred

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Derby Daily Telegraph

Derby Daily Telegraph Derbyshire, England

10 Jun 1930

h, and a motor-cyclist collided at the corner of Osmaston-road and Gilman-street. The motor-cycle, driven by Ronald Archibald Bentley, Osmaston-road, was slightly damaged. John W. Cockayne, aged 49, of Devonshire-avenue, Long Eaton, detained at the Nottingham

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

9 Sep 1915

received in action. He belonged to the 7th North Staffordshire Regiment. LICHFIELD OFFICER HONOURED FOR GALLANTRY. Captain Archibald Bentley “Beauman,” Ist Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, who has been made a Compahion of the Distinguished Service Order

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Leicester Daily Post

Leicester Daily Post Leicestershire, England

7 Sep 1915

first into tbs enemy's position, and ran- dered commending °Meer great ateistance in the front line fighting. Captain Archibald Bentley Beaurnan, L t Bet. taboo, The South Staffordshire Regimen for eoniniceow gallantry tad ability at Postubert oa lath May

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Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer

Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer Worcestershire, England

11 Sep 1915

Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment —For oonioimous gallantry during an attack on Mogi, oa Aygip(t 2and 10. -- Captain Archibald Bentley Nauman, lat Battalion South Staffordehire Regiment.—For conspicuous gallantry and ability at Festubert, May 16. when

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Lichfield Mercury

Lichfield Mercury Staffordshire, England

10 Sep 1915

to enlist. Eleven fatal accidents caused 12 deaths, and 32 other accidents resulted injuries to 40 persons. Captain Archibald Bentley Beauman, lst Battalion South Staffordshire Regi ment, who, it was announced on Tuesday, has been made a Companion of

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

11 Sep 1915

officers and m«*n, and among th»> nara‘-s one of the Ist Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment. Th • D. 8.0. awarded to Archibald Bentley Beau man, Ist Battalion South StafTordshire Regiment. For conspicuous gallantry and ability Festubert on May 16, 1915

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

11 Sep 1915

into the enemy’s position, and rendered his commanding officer great as- eistance in the front fighting line. Captain ARCHIBALD BENTLEY BEAUMAN. Ist Battalion, the South Staffordshire Sediment For conspicuous gallantry and ability at Festubert, on 16th

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

14 Sep 1918

O. Foster. The heir presumptive Is the Hon. Clement Tyrwhitt, who was bom In 1857. Hrevet*Major (acting Lieut.-Col.) Archibald Bentley Baumann. South Staffordshire Regiment, who has just been gazetted Brigadier(Jeneral, only years age. The son of Mr. A

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Dundee Courier

Dundee Courier Angus, Scotland

9 Jun 1923

engagement is announced between Brevet Li euten ant-Colonel Archibald Bentley Beauman, D.5.0., the York and Lancaster Regiment, General Staff, Baluchistan District. India, eldest son of Bentley Martin Beauman and Mrs Beanman, Seafield, Sea View, lele of

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

7 Sep 1915

was first into the enemy's position, and rendered his Commanding Officer great assistance in the fighting. CAPTAIN .ARCHIBALD BENTLEY BEAUMAN, let. Battalion, the South Staffordshire Regiment, for conspicuous gallantry and ability at 16th May, 1915, when

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