Hide Articles List

5 articles on this Page



Family Notices

Family Notices

BIHTHS. On Tuesday last, the lady of Dr. W. Salmon, of Penllyne Court, in this county, of a daughter. On Wednesday, the 23d ult. at Brecon, the lady of John Lloyd, Esq. of a son. DIAILI-LXED. On Wednesday last, Mr. John Jones, master of the schooner Bri- tannia, to Miss Jane Gny, both of Swansea. On the 24th nit., at Oswestry, in the county of Salop, by the Rev. T. Salwey, John Adams, Esq. of Lydstep House, in the county of Pem- broke, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Henry Gibbon, Esq., of Oswestry. At Queen's-square, London, J. Peirse, Esq. Bueklesbury, to Mary, second daughter of the late Rev. T. Lloyd, A. M. Minor Canon of Here- ford Cathedral. At the Friend's Meeting, Worcester, G. Brown, of London, merchant, to Elizabeth, daughter of R. Bevington, of Rose Hill, Worcester. srsn. On Saturday last, at Cai, Breconshire, the residence of John Wilkinsoc, Esq., Miss Gladis Games Williams, third daughter of the late Thomas Williams, Esq., Glamorgan-street, Brecknock, deeply and sincerely regretted by her relatives and friends. On Friday last, after a few days' illness, aged 54, Mrs. E. Evans, of the Coach and Horses Inn, near Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. On Saturday last, at Llauwrtid Wells, Martha, wife of John Stokes Stokes, Esq. of Cnffern, Pembrokeshire, and daughter of the late Rev. James Bowen, of Rosecrowther, in the same county. Same day, Mrs. Griffiths, of the Three Crowns Inn, Haverfordwest. On Tuesday last, at St. David's, where he bad gone for the benefit of his health, after a long illness, Mr. James Gregory, of Hakin, surgeon, in the 53d year of his age. s On ti e 17th inst., aged 70, after an illness of several years' duration Ann, relict of the late William Waring, Gent., of Church Stretton, in the f onnty of Salop. On Monday selunight, at Chanceley Lodge, near Tewkesbury, Jane Theodosia Buckle, widow of Wm. Buckle, Esq. of the Mythe. On Friday last, at the lodgings of her younger brother in Bath, Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Joseph Le Fanu, Esq., of Dublin, niece to the late Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan, and sister to the very Reverend the Dean of Emly. In his 83d year, Rev. Jos. Clift, of North-Bradley, near, Trowbridge; who had been for nearly 40 years a preacher of the gospel in the Baptist denomination. At Clifton, of pulmonary consumption, aged 14, Robt. Charles Southey, eldest son of Capt. Thos. Southey, R. N., and nephew of the Laureat.