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Family Notices

Family Notices

faírtbs. iHaitmat s, & Beatbs BIRTHS. BANKES-WILLIAMS.—On the 21st inst., at the Vica. rage, Cwmavon, the wife of the Rev. D. Bankes- Williams, B.A., of a son. Both doing well. SUDOEN.—On June 25, at 201, Newport-road, Roath, Cardiff, the wife of Henry Budgen, of a sou. FFLBBANK.—On June 19, at Aldwick Court, Wrington, Somerset, the wife of Godfrey Firbank, of a son. fcoiKES.—On the 20th iU3t., at the New Inn Hotel, Ton Pentre, the wife of D. Holmes, of a daughter. JACKSON.—On June 20, at 3. Pontcanna-avenue, Car- diff, the wife of Walter Jackson, of a daughter. SCOTT.—On the 21st inst., at Elderslie, Park-grove, Cardiff, the wife of James Scott, of a son. WILLIAMS.—On June 17. at 74, Stacey-road, Cardiff, the wife of Walter Williams, of a son. MARRIAGES. CARE—CAKE.—June 19, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. H, H. Stork, M.A., William Emsley, eldest son of Thomas Hay Carr, E*q., of Horsforth, near Lewis, to Jennie Lascelies, eldest daughter of Laeoelles Carr, Esq., Cwrt-y-Vil, Penarth. DAVIBS—TARDREW.—On June 26, at St. Augustine's Church, Penarth, by the Rev. W. Ogwen Davies, assisted by the Rev. W. Sweet-Escott, the Rev. John Davies, St. Anne's Church, Carmarthen, to Sophia, the daughter and only surviving child of the late William Tardrew, Esq., Carmarthen. FALSER—PKR&BIN.—On June 26, by special licence, at Holy Trinity CIrarch, Shields, by the Rev. — Hcrbman, Captain Falser, steamship Olaf Kvre, to Kato Louise, third daughter of Hsury Pergrin, Penarth. WATKXK—BARE.—Ou June 20, at the Presbyterian Church, Cardiff, by the Rev. J. Douglas Waiters, M.A., William Walker, son of the late James King Wallier, of Lenzie, Dumbartonshire, to Maude Annie, daughter of the late W. S. Bnrr, of Cardiff DEATHS. BOON.—On June 24, at 2, Ruthin-gardens, Cardiff, Albert Edward, infant son of U. R. H. and E. A. Boon, aged eight months. DAVIEs.-On MOnday, Juue 24, Martha, beloved wife of John Davies, of the Victoria Hotel, Pontypndd. Provincial papers please copy. DAYSON.—On June 23, Walter Blackburn Day son, DA,YSO De youngest son of Willir m Dayson, York House, Ebbw Vale. EVANS.—On June 20, at 36, Allert-stroet, Merthyr, aged 81. EYANS.-On Tuesday, June 25, at Tirphil House, Tirphil, Arthur Robert, o:ily son of the late Dr. E. C. Evans, Tirphil, aged 20 years. Funeral on Saturday for Llantwit, Neath, leaving Neath station 12.45. Pox.—On June 22, at Park View House, Brock-streot Bath, James Fox (late of Cardiff), aged 57. No flowers, by request. GRIFFITH.—On Wednesday morning, the 26th inst., in her 38th year, Margaret JIary, wife of Mr. Wni. Griffith, Royal Stores, Cardiff, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Haydu Evans, Cardiff Castle Hotel, Aberdare. Funeral on Satur- day, June 29th, from Cardiff Station 10.30 a.m. for Aberdare Cemetery. PARRAP.—On the 23rd inst., at 50, Weymoutk-street, ifertland-place, Richard Harrap, of Gwaunfarren vA The Brewery, MertUyr Tydfil, aged 6J years. J'traeral strictly private. No flowers. —On the 26th inst., at the residence of his son, T-xe Bell Inn, Trecynon, Aberdare, William MsSif, late of Llanharran, aged 90 years. Fnueral will leave at 9.30 on Saturday morning for Llan- harran. HOWBLL.—On Saturday, June 22, at Llwyn Villa, Mountain Ash, the Rev. John Howell, English Baptist Minister. Public funeral to-day (Thurs- day), at 2.30, for Aberdare Cemetery. JdSBS.—-On the 21at June, at the Prince of Wales Inn, Aberdare, William Jones, aged 43 years. JoNM.—On Monday, June 24th, William Jones, of Black Diamond Hotel, Edmuudstown, Penygraig. LASC^LLES.—On June 18, at his residence, Pencraig, Cardiganshire, Rowley Lascelles, Esq., J.P., aged 88 years. LKW:S.—Ou Sunday, June 23, at his residence, Llwyngolcu, Gelligaer, Thomas Lewis, aged 31 years. MCIMTTHE.—On the 22nd inst., at Lyndhurst, Clive- crescent, Penarth, Hugh Ross Mclntyre, aged 55. Pniupps.—On June 22, at Clyngrwyune, Llanboidy, William Lewis Philipps, aged 75. PRICHAKD.—On the 18th inst., at Bryn Mafonwydd, TonjPentre, William Prielitrd, mining engineer, aged 42. fess. —On June 25, at 114, Newport-road, Cardiff, thn Mancel Sims, H.M. Inspector of Mines, aged Funeral ou Friday for Llantwit Church, N^ath, leaving the house for the Great Western Station at 12.30 p.m. STOWt.LL.-On June 17, at 8, Allerton-street, Cardiff, Elisabeth Stowell, aged 51. THOMAS.—On June 22, at New Inn, Tongwynlais, Mary Ann, beloved wife of John Thomas. THOMAS.—Jacob Thomas (of the firm of T. Thomas and Sons, tanners, boot manufacturers, and wool- staplers, Llandiloand Carmarthen), died on Sunday morning, at his residence, 10, Bam's-row, Carmar- then. aged 54 years. 4E&CKBB.—On the 22nd inst., at Tv Newydd, Catha" dral-road, Cardiff, after a short illness, James Clif- ford, aged elevaiL, third and dearly-beloved son of y and Emily T-veker. ■^Stitliis.—On the 16th inst., at Ealing, Lucy Jane, tba dearly-loved and only daughter of David and M. A. Williams, of Gnoll Park-road, Neath. WILLIAMS.—On June 20, at his residence, Chapel- street, Pontlottyn, the Rev. J. P. Williams, Baptist minister. WILLIAMS.—At Crops Francis-street, Dowlais, on Saturday morning last, Mary Esther, wife of the Rev. James Williams (Beulah). WLW.mms.-On Monday, June 24, David Williams, Ironmonger, Tocypandv, aged 40 years. in ilUmonanu In loving memory of James Edwin Jackson, of 33, Park-place, Cardiff, who died at Tredelereh, Rumney, on the 24th June, 1892, aged 74, and was interred at St. Mary's Churciivard, Monmouth on June 28, I 2892. In ever loving memory of Martha (Sis), the beloved I rtit'e of Syd. P, Banfill, who passed awav June 23, 3394. In loving memory of John Henry Baker, who -"parted this life June 24til, 1894. "Though lost to sight, to memory ever dear." In ever loving in em 017 of Susie, the only beloved daughter of Mrs. Crabbe, who passed away very sud- denly June 27,1893, at 65, Splott-road, Roath, Cardiff, Gone, but not forgotten.