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Family Notices

Family Notices

Btrlfjs. At Pontnewynydd, Sept. 17, the wife of Mr.W. D. Walters, of the Eastern Valleys Brewery, of a daughter. At Monmouth, Sept. 11, the wife of Sergeant Ward, Mon- mouthshire Constabulary, of a son. At Blaina, Sept. 11, the wife of F. Levick, jun., Esq., of a son. At Usk, Sept. 20, the wife of Mr. James Backhouse, wheel- wright, of a son. At Coldbrook farm, near Abergavenny, Sept. 12, the wife of C. S. Wheeley, Esq., of a son. ferriages. ) l At St. George's, Hanover square, London, Sept. 10, by the Rev. 0; W. Forester, Lord Londesborough, to Lady Edith u Somerset, youngest daughter of the late Duke of Beaufort. At Trelleck Church, Sept. 3, by the Rev. C. A. F. Kuper, Mr. James Bowen, of New Zealand, to Mrs. Winslow, Beacon cot- tage, Trelleck. At Usk Church, September 23, by the Rev. W. H. Wrenford, (by license,) Mr. Wm. Kynch, Inspector, Monmouthshire Constabulary, to Mary Ann, only daughter of Mrs. Francis, TJsk. At Usk Church, September 24, by the Rev. S. C. Baker, vicar, (by license,) Mr. Wm. Davies, Warrage Farm, Raglan, toMiss Margaret Williams, of the Green Court, Gwehelog. At Garnarew Cross, near Monmouth. Sept. 22, after a pro- tracted illness, Mr. James Randell, formerly of Cardiff, aged 25 years. At Chepstow, Sept. 12, Susan, daughter of the late Mr. A. Phillips, corn-factor, aged 45 years. At Beachley, Old Passage, near Chepstow, Sept. 19, Mrs. Williams, in her 87th year. At the residence of her grand-mother, Llandenny, Sept. 22, of scarlet fever, Elizabeth, daughter of Martha Jonee, aged 4 years. At Hill Grove, Pontypool, September 23, Fanny, the youngest daughter of E. B. Edwards, Esq. At Bryngwyn, September 17, after a long illness, Benjamin Nicholas Price, Esq., aged 52 years. At Raglan, September 23, Catherine, daughter of Mr. James Palmer, aged 5 years. At the North Parade, Monmouth, Sept. 18, Mrs. Allender, relict of the late Mr. Solomon Allender, grocer, &c. At Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Sept. 22, to the unutter- able sorrow of his parents, Thomas, son of Mr. Farror, the proprietor of the" Monmouthshire Beacon," aged 2 years.


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