LORD ERROLL DEATH

... spoke with Lord Erroll in the car, asking how Lady Broughton was, as he knew she had been at Lord Erroll’s house that afternoon. Lord Erroll replied, Grand now.” Sir Delves said the dinner party that evening ...

Published: Saturday 14 June 1941
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: West Midlands, England
Type: Article | Words: 203 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL MURDER

... Lady Broughton, Lord Erroll and Mrs. Carberry dined together at the Muthaiga Club on the night before the tragedy. Sir Delves drove Mrs. Carberry the Broughton’s house, Lord Erroll and Lady Broughton following shortly afterwards. Lord ...

Published: Friday 28 February 1941
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: West Midlands, England
Type: Article | Words: 195 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

HOW LORD ERROLL WAS MURDERED

... Broughton, Lord Erroll, and Mrs' Carberry, dined together at the Muthaiga Club on the night before the tragedy. Sir Delves drove Mrs. Carberry to the Broughton's House, Lord Erroll and Lady Broughton following shortly afterwards. Lord ...

Published: Friday 28 February 1941
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Echo
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 198 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

EXPERT ON BULLETS FIRED AT LORD ERROLL

... fired at Lord Erroll came from the same revolver. There was sequence of points of identity between those and other bullets used in the firing practice at Nanvuki Farm. It was a scientific fact, Mr Fox added, that the bullets fired at Lord Erroll and those ...

Published: Tuesday 08 April 1941
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 162 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Baronet Questioned: WIFE SAID SHE LOVED LORD ERROLL

... inquiry into the death Lord Errol, the 39-year-old peer who was found dead In his car outside Nairobi towards the end of last January. The case opened on March 11th. Sir Delves Broughton was formally charged with the murder of Lord Erroll. In an alleged statement ...

Published: Wednesday 19 March 1941
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 430 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL MURDER

... LORD ERROLL MURDER TRIAL VERDICT Nairobi, Wednesday. * Sir Delves Broughton was to-day found not guilty of the charge of murdering Lord Erroll. The jury’s verdict was greeted with applause. Immediately it* had been announced Sir Delves was quickly surrounded ...

Published: Wednesday 02 July 1941
Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
County: West Midlands, England
Type: Article | Words: 157 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL CASE ACQUITTAL

... LORD ERROLL CASE ACQUITTAL Sir Delves Broiigliton was to-day found Not guilty of tlie charge of murdering Lord ErrolL The verdict, given after the jury had retired for three and a half hour?, was greeted with applause, and immediately Sir Delves was ...

Published: Wednesday 02 July 1941
Newspaper: Derby Daily Telegraph
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 45 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL (left) and SI R DELVES BROUGHTON

... LORD ERROLL (left) and SI R DELVES BROUGHTON. NAIROBI, Today. SIR Delves Broughton, of Doddington Park, Nantwich, Cheshire, was • today formally charged with the murder of Lord Erroll, the 39-year-old peer, who was found dead in his car towards the end ...

Published: Tuesday 11 March 1941
Newspaper: Liverpool Evening Express
County: Merseyside, England
Type: Article | Words: 216 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL

... LORD ERROLL Gaol for Food Destroyer William John McCann, of Canal-street, Clydebank, was at Barrow yesterday sentenced to three months’ hard labour for wilfully destroying food on 25 December at his lodgings in Hartington-street, Barrow, where he is employed ...

Published: Tuesday 28 January 1941
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Gazette
County: West Midlands, England
Type: Article | Words: 93 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

LORD ERROLL “A BRIGHT TIME AHEAD” G.O.C. OPTIMISTIC AT CHESTER You should pay up, look pleasant, and be joyful, for

... LORD ERROLL “A BRIGHT TIME AHEAD” G.O.C. OPTIMISTIC AT CHESTER You should pay up, look pleasant, and be joyful, for there is a bright time ahead for all of us,” said Sir Robert Gordon-Finlayson, General Officer Commandingin-Chief, Western Command, on ...

Published: Monday 24 March 1941
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Merseyside, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 795 | Page: 5 | Tags: none