Fleming [06120513]

28 August 1891: Beagles wanted, say 14in. Coham Fleming, Coham, Highampton, R.S.O.


20 June 1930:  Postcard to Miss Badman, “Kroong Less”, 27 Chandos Avenue, Whetstone: ”Cliftonville   20/6/30   Having been here a fortnight I am returning tomorrow Sat:  Weather has been frightfully cold & up to now the place has not been overdone with visitors  Love Mrs. M. Fleming


July 1930: O.Y.S.A.: Bootham Overseas: A long letter has been received from H. K. Fleming (1916-19) who is now running the New York office of the Morning Sun. He says: “My work in New York is mainly routine, but now and again the editor will send on some trip to relieve the monotony: these trips are interesting interludes.” He then gives us what we suspect is one of the Morning Sun‘s desciptive articles, which, interesting as it is, is too long to reproduce here.


December 1945: Candidate for juvenile membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: W. R. Fleming, 114 Liverpool Road North, Maghull


2 June 1951: Mr L. G. Brown, who was unanimously re-appointed chairman for the second year of Arbroath Public Library Committee when the re-constituted Committee met on Tuesday night, welcomed the two new members, Councillor F. W. A. Thornton and Councillor R. R. Spink. Bailie A. D. Gilbert, who retired from the office of vice-chairman, which he had held for three years, nominated another Town Council representative, Bailie Mrs A. L. Matthew, as his successor. The Committee unanimously appointed Bailie Mrs Matthew. Councillor James M. McBain was re-appointed secretary. … Mr G. S. Robertson and the Librarian, Mr N. Crawford, were authorised to attend the annual conference in Aberdeen in September of the Scottish Library Association. Messrs George Henry, W. Littlejohn and George Grassie, who were recently given the use of the Art Galleries for an exhibition of their work, were thanked for the donation to the Library of the following volumes – … The Committee also acknowledged donations from Messrs Alexander Stephen & Sons, Mr G. S. Robertson and Mr C. Y. Marshall, Kinaldie. Also acknowledged were donations of art works by Mr Stewart Carmichael, artist, Dundee; Arbroath Art Society; Mr Ian Fleming, Hospitalfield Art College.


12 June 1951: A. Fleming, soprano, The Alexandra Choir


15 April 1953: County court judgment against G. T. Fleming, Trenneddon, Pelynt, farmer


1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: F. Fleming, 42 Longmeadows, East Herrington, Sunderland Tel.: East Herrington 3273