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LLANARTHNEY. DEATH OF MR. A BAD AM.—The death is announced of Mr Edward Abadam, of Middleton Hall. He had been in dtlicate health for some time. The deceased was the eldest son of Mr Edward Hamlin Abadam, who was h 'h sheriff of Carmarthenshire in 1832. and member of Parliament for the same county in 1833, by Amelia Sophia, daughter of Mr John Macpherson. He was born in 1809, and succeeded his fattier in 1842. He married in 1836, Louisa, daughter of Mr John Taylor, of York, by whom he had several children. Mr Abadam was high sheriff of Carmarthenshire in 1855. He was also a justice of the peace, but took no active interest in public affairs. He was an ardent Liberal.

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