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Family Notices

Family Notices

!\lrt-1; jBainagrs;,$c J}tatf)s. BIRTHS. BAILEY.—On the 8th inst., at 33, Smeaton-street, Cardiff, the wife of Henry Baiiey, of a son. CAPES.-On May -,l, at 24, Hamilton-road. Reading, the wife of Lieutenant Gerard J. Capes, R.N., of a daughter. CORBETT.—On June 8, at Sully House, near Cardiff, Mrs. W. S. Corbett, of a son. JAMES.—On June 9, at 8, Courtland-terrace, Merthyr Tydfil, the wife of C. Henry James, of a son—still- born. POWELL.—Or. June 5, the wife of the Rev. Morgan Powell, vicar of Aberaman, of a daughter. WALTERS.—On June 12, at 48, Cenway-road, Canton, Cardiff, the wife of Mr. W. J, Walters, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. EDWARDS—GIEBS.—On June 4, at St. John the Bap- tist's, Cardiff, by the Rev. Shelly Plant, Richard, youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Edwards, G'anpwllafon, Cardigan, to Mary Aune, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Gibbs, Weston Hill Farm, Gower, and niece of the late Mr, D. W. Jones, Beaconsfleld House, Cardiff. EARL—Arkf.LL.—On the 12th iust., at St, John's, Canton, by the Rev. Henderson, Philip, only sou of William Earl, St. Nicholas, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of F. G. Arkell, 42, Partridge-road, Cardiff. No cards. GRAHAM—THOMAS.—On the 6th inst., at Wesley Chapel, Newport, Mou., Charles, second sou of Mr. William Graham, Godfrey-road, to Katie, youngest daughter of Mr. George Thomas, Highfleld, New- port. No cards. I HILL—PJSARC.«:.—On Thnrsday, the 6th inst., at St. Saviour's, Bath, by the Rev. J. A. Jacob, vicar, Algernon Frank Hill, of Cardiff, solicitor, to Amy Louise Pearce, daughter of T. A. Pearee, Esq., Bath. Spencer —EVA:'?.—On June 5, at St. Mark's, New- port, Men., by the Rev. A. J. Cap, M.A., uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the IWv. T. L. Lister, M.A., Francis Wakefield, eldest son of T. E. Spencer, Esq., to Mildred, daughter of the late Henry W. Evans, Euville House, Newport, Mon. T STOMAS—SVMES.—OH June 5, a, St. James's Church, West Derby, by the Rev. A. W. Robinson, M.A., Lewis Thomas, of Johannesburg, eldest son of Mrs. Morgan, Llansour Fawr, Caerleon, Mou., to Amy Marion, yeunger daughter of Dr. Charles Symes, West Derby. No cards. YALLENBER—DAVIES.—On the bth inst., at Sc. Mar- garet's Church, Eoath, by the Rev. H. W. North, Arthur Bruce Vallender, of Albany-road, Roath, to Annie Isabel, se"ond daughter of the late Thomas DavieE, Cardiff. WILLIAMS—DAVIKS.—On Monday, June lQ, at Peu- tyrcl' Church, by the Rev. Henry Williams, rector, Robert Williams, eldest son of Rotxsrt Williams, JCsq., of M^sars, J01103 .Bros,, Cardiff, to JVfary Ann (May) Davies, only daughter of the late Thomas Davies, Esq., of LIan Farm, Gwaelodygarth, and niece of E, Waikins, Esq., Tynewydd, Ta fi's Well DEATHS. COD.—At Redely ffe, Llandatf, on 7th inst., Agnes, the beloved wife of John T. Coe, Solicitor, Cardiff, and younger daughter of D. E. Williams, J.P., Hirwaun. CsADpocx.—On June 6, at his residence, Ravenswood, Mamdte, Newport, Willi;) in James Craddock, for inany years the South Wales Manager of Messrs. Henry Pooley and Sons, Liverpool. Deeply regretted. No cards. DMDSE.—On June 6, at 50, Bridge-street, Newport, suddenly, John Dredge, aged 64 years. JOHK—On June 5, at 16, East-terrace, Cardiff, the beloved wife of James John, master boilermaker, aged 60 years. Friends please accept this intima- tion. jEYOfs.—On June 10, at his residence, 11, Walmer- road, Birkdale, William Alfred Jevolls, of Liver- pool, solicitor, in the 75th year of his age. JOSJES.—On June 7, at Flemings ton Kectorv, the Rev. Samuel Jones, aged 81 years. r>!ORGAN.—On June 10, at 8.40 p.m., John Morgan, Calvinistic Methodist deacon, Givemyinoel, Llan- trisant. PHILLIPS.—On June 8, at Meyrick-street North, Pem- broke Dock, in her 73rd Tear, Mary, relict of the late W. G. Phillips, J. P., publisher and proprietor of "Pembroke Dock and Pembroke Gazette," and mother of Mrs. L!e. J. Powell, Hare Grove, Albany- road, Cardiff. Friends kindly accept this intima- tion. BMS.—On June 3, at the Brittania Inn, Perth, Cecilia, the wife of Thomas Rees, aged 26 years. f £ E3. At Llanboidy Vicarage, on Whit-Monday, Charlotte, the beloved wife of the Rev. W. Rees, vicar of Llanboidy, aged 63. THOMAS,—On June 10, atPantycorad Farm, Pentyrch, Susannah Thomas, in her 85th year. WILLIAMS—On the 5th inst., at the Albion Hotel. Cilfynydd, George Thomas Williams, dearly beloved infant son of Thomas and Naomi Williams, aged twelve months. "WILLIAMS.—On June 5, at Ferncliff Cottage, the Mumbles, Mary Sanders, wife of John Walters Williams. No flowers, by request. WILLIAMS. On June 7, at Fern-hill, Pontardulais, Mary, widow of the late J. B. Williams, Esq.' Crythan House, Neath. Funeral strictly private. No flowers, by own desire. WINSTON.—On June 6, at Pnorton-terrace, Swansea, Bebecca, widow of the late Rev. William Winston, 'sector of I'ender;. n, in her 82nd year, deeply regretted. In iHrmonam.

In iHrmonam.