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Aberdeen Journal
Wed 21 Mar 1877 Body found in the Tay

About 8 o’clock on Thursday morning the body of a young man, John Knaggs, who was drowned at the Tay Bridge six weeks ago was found at the west side of Newport Pier. (followed by repeat of original story)


Wed 26 Dec 1945 Birth

At Leeds Nursing Home, on December 7, to Mr and Mrs Cyril Knaggs (nee Betty Thomson) a son. (this is Peter B)


Adelaide Advertiser (online)
Fri 11 Oct 1912 In Memoriam

Knaggs In loving memory of Catherine Knaggs who died 11 October 1911


The Age (Melbourne, Australia, online)
2 Apr 2012 Obit

KNAGGS James Valentine (Jim) 15.7.1919-30.3.2012


Darling Dad.

A daring soldier, fearless yachtsman, tireless bush walker, traveller, artist, frustrated golfer and lover of fine music. Tim, Deborah & Jane.


13 May 2013 Obit
KNAGGS Trevor Conor

On May 11 in his 97th year. Loved and loving husband of Phyl, loved and respected father of Jonathan and Caroline, father-in-law of Maggie, friend of David. Dearly loved Grandpa of Kate. The last of his generation. The end of an era.



Annandale Observer

Fri 21 Mar 1997 Death

Knaggs - Peacefully on 12th March 1997, at Burnfoot Hall Nursing Home, Ecclefechan, Robert (Bob). Funeral service was held at Carlisle Crematorium on Monday 17th March 1997.
Arbroath Herald (online)
4 Mar 2011 Death

KNAGGS Suddenly at home on Wednesday, February 23 2011, Tony, aged 66 years, loved partner of Lin, son of Margaret, brother of Jacqueline, Christine and Peter, uncle and friend who will be sadly missed. Funeral Service in Parkgrove Crematorium, Friockheim on Monday, March 7 at 11.30 a.m. to which all relatives and friends are respectfully invited. No flowers please but donations if desired can be made to MacMillan Cancer Support at the crematorium doors.



Ashbourne News Telegraph

Fri 14 Sep 1945 Wyaston Bride (plus photo)

Many friends assembled at St James Church, Edlaston, which was tastefully decorated, to witness the very pretty wedding which took place on Saturday last. The bride was Miss Nancy Knaggs, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Knaggs of Wyaston, and the bridegroom was Mr Frederick James Harrison, only son of Mr and Mrs D Harrison, Council Houses, Wyaston. Both families are well known and popular in the neighbourhood.

The ceremony was conducted by the rector, the Rev. Maxwell Young, and Mrs L Hulme presided at the organ and played appropriate wedding music as the bridal party entered and left the church. Given away by her father, the bride wore a dress of white satin, with wreath and veil kindly lent by a friend, and she carried a bouquet of white carnations. Her attendant was Miss Vera Johnson, who wore a dress of blue taffeta and her bouquet was composed of cream roses. She was also accompanied by two small attendants, Jane Ridyard (cousin), and Pauline Rushton, who was dressed in pink satin and carried bouquets of sweet peas. Mr Harry Knaggs, the bride’s brother, carried out the duties of best man. As the bride left the church she was presented with two horseshoes by her cousin Rosaline Saint and Alan Edwards.

The reception was held in Edlaston School, where a large number of friends were entertained. Later the bride and bridegroom, who were the recipients of many handsome and useful presents, left for Blackpool for their honeymoon.
Thu 10 Nov 1955 Death of Mr A. Knaggs - Work for Summer Football League

The funeral of Mr Albert Knaggs, aged 66, of Wyaston took place at St James Church, Edlaston, on Saturday last. He was one of the founders of the Summer Football League and was for 21 years the secretary. He was also a life member of the League. Before retirement last year, he worked for the County Council at Birchwood Park Quarries.

. . . long list of mourners, tributes etc including . . .

Mrs A Knaggs (wife), Mr Harry Knaggs


Thu 13 Sep 1984 Death

KNAGGS - Suddenly, on September 10, 1984, William Henry, aged 64 years, of School House, Edlaston, dearly loved husband of Vida. Funeral Friday September 14. Service and cremation at Markeaton Crematorium at 10.15 am. No flowers by request please. Donations if desired may be given for Edlaston Church and Wyaston Village Hall.


Auckland Weekly News (New Zealand, via third party)
Thu 17 Dec 1914 Death

11 December 1914 at res. Leigh, Omaha, George, h/o Isabella, formerly of Kilham, Yorkshire, England, aged 70.


Australian Journal (Melbourne) (online)
Wed 1 Jun 1870 Deaths

Knaggs – 11th at Oakleigh, aged 63, Eliza, wife of John Knaggs


Mon 1 May 1871 Births

Knaggs – 24th at King Street, Mrs James Knaggs, a daughter (who is this?)


The Barrow News 1883 - 1990 (various titles)
Sat 31 Jan 1914 AUSTRALIAN SUBMARINE AE2 ON TRIAL

Within a very short period, the second submarine which is being built by Messrs Vickers Ltd, for Australia, should be ready for joining the vessel at Portsmouth, which left Barrow last week. AE2, as the latter one is designated, is similar in every respect to AE1, and on Tuesday she returned to Ramsden Dock after completing trials in Morecambe Bay. It is stated that the vessel performed everything which was required of her, and her tests are regarded as perfectly successful. She is now at the submarine dock, where the final adjustments are being made prior to her departure. AE2 will subsequently proceed to Portsmouth, and from thence, along with the craft which preceded her last week, she will undertake the long voyage to Australia.



< This is my grandfather’s submarine (Albert Edward Knaggs). >

Bath Chronicle

Thu 11 May 1865 Death


May 10, at his residence, 6 St Mary’s buildings, Wells road, William Knaggs, Esq., aged 63
22 Oct 2002 Plus Photo
A newsagent in Wiltshire has been overwhelmed with support from customers after a knifepoint robbery by two balaclava clad raiders.
Chippenham shop owner Phyllis Knaggs and her 17-year-old assistant Danielle Rice have been flooded with letters and gifts from concerned residents since the terrifying attack.
Danielle was behind the counter at the Woodlands Store in Woodlands Road and Mrs Knaggs had slipped out the back for a coffee when the robbers marched in and demanded money from the till in the afternoon raid.
One of the masked attackers ordered her to empty the till and pulled out a knife, while the other stood with his hands open for her to fill with notes and £1 and £2 coins. (and so on)



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