|Rushden Echo, 4th December 1903, transcribed by Kay Collins
The Death of Mrs Love, widow of the late Captain Henry Love, of Penzance, and mother of Mrs S Michell, of Lilleville, Griffith-street, Rushden, took place at the residence of Mr and Mrs Michell on Wednesday at the age of 76.
|Rushden Echo, 1st January 1909, transcribed by Kay Collins
Mr and Mrs Stephen Michell, formerly of Rushden, who left six months ago for British Columbia, have now returned to England and intend settling down in Cornwall. Mr Michell was for some years confidential clerk to Messrs John Cave and Sons Ltd., and was the president of the Park-road Wesleyan Bible Class.
|Rushden Echo, 2nd April 1909, transcribed by Kay Collins
Mr Stephen Michell, author of an important work on “Mine Drainage,” is about to join the staff of the Tregrehan Mine, St. Austell. Mr. Michell was for seven years secretary for Messrs. John Cave and Sons, Rushden.