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Family Notices

Family Notices

girtfrs, ^ferriages aitft jMfrs, BIRTHS. Evane-April9, the wife of Mr John Evans, 11, Pool-lane, Carnarvon, of a son. Evans-April 11, at 23, Clifton-park, Birkenhead, the wife cf Mr T. H. Evans, of a son. Jones-March 31, at 15, The Crescent, Upper Bangor, the wife of Mr Thomas Jones, of a son. Jones-March 26, the wife of William Jones, Esq., manager of the North and South Wales Bank, Portmadoc, of a son. Richards-April 11, at Craig Afon, Taibach, Glamorganshire, the wife of Mr R. K. Richards, of a daughter. Rowland—March 29, at 3, Plymouth View, Ever- ton-road, Manchester, the wife of Mr Owen Rowland, of a son. MARRIAGES. Edwards-Davis-April 7, at the Parish Church of Llangelynin, Mr Frank Edwards, solicitor, Pin- ner's Hall, Old Broad-street, London, to Katherine, daughter of Mr David Davis, Ty'n- y-ooed, Arthog, near Dolgelley. Entwistle—Hughes—April 7, at St Mary's Church, Kirkdale, by the Rev T. Major Lester, Mr William Henry Entwistle to Mary Elizabeth Hushes,—both of Bootle. Evans—Jones—April 9, at Siloam, Llanfrothen, by the Rev W. Williams, Maentwrog, assisted by the Rev W. Jones, Penrhyn, Mr W. R. Evans, Maentwrog, to Lizzie Catherine, eldest daughter of Capt J. Jones, Tyddyn Gwyn, Llan- frothen, Merionethshire. Evans—Roberts—April 7, at Llangefni, by the Rev James Donne, Mr Richard Evans, Tan- dinas, Llanfair-mathafarn-eithaf, to Miss Anne Roberts, Bod-unwch, Llanbedrgoch. Fitzgerald-Jones--April13, at St. Mary's Catholic church, Newton Forbes, Lord Maurice Fitz- gerald, second son of the Duke of Leinster, to Lady Adelaide Forbes, eldest daughter of the Earl of Granard, K.P. Foulkes-Emmas—April 14, at Llanbeblig church, Carnarvon, Mr H. G. Foulkes, grooer, Snowdon House, to Miss Gay Emmas, third daughter of Mr James Emmas,ship carpenter, Snowdon- street,-both of Carnarvon. Hobson-Jones-Aprilll, at the Congregational Chapel, Llandudno, by the Rev R. Parry (Gwalchmai), Mr Joseph Hobson to Miss E. Jones,-both of Pen-y ffridd, Llandudno. Jones—Jones—April 8, by license, at Holy Trinity Church, London, S.E by the Rev D. Moullen, William, second son of Mr Owen Jones, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr John Jones, of 45, Trinity-street, Borough, London. Jones—Thomas—April 14, at the Cathedral, Ban- gor, Mr Evan Richard Jones, painter, Carnar- von, to Miss Jane Ellen Thomas, Chapel-street, Carnarvon. Carnarvon. Jones—Rogeis—April 7, at Capel Mawr, Rhos, by the Rev M. Jones, Flint, assisted by the Rev John Grey Jones, the Rev Josiah Jones, Flint, to Maria, only daughter of the late Mr Isaac Rogers, Sevastopol House, Rhos. Jones-WilJiams-Aplil8, at Dinas Chapel, Llan- gefni, by the Rev J. Donne, Mr Thomas Jones, Rhosmor, Llangwyfan, to Mrs Ellen Williams, Abernraw. Roberts- Williams-At Bethesda Chapel, Swansea, by the Rev A. J. Parry, Mr Evan Roberts, Port- madoc, to Catherine, daughter of the late Capt. Williams, Corn Farm, Llauengan, Carnarvon- shire. Scott—Home—April 10, at the Parish Church of Cornhill-on-Tweed, near Berwick, the Hon. Henry Robert Scott, brother to Lord Polworth, to Lady Ada Home, second daughter of Earl Home. Williams—Jones—April 1, at Dinas Chapel, Llan- gefni, by license, by the Rev J. Donne, Mr John Williams, Penrhynoer, Llangwyllog, to Miss Mary Jones, Tyddyn Siencyn. Williams-Pugh-March 29, at the Congregational Chapel, Llandudno, by the Rev R. Parry (Gwalchmai), Mr W. Williams to Miss J. Pugh, -both of Llandudno. Yates—Low—April 6, at St Gile's Church, Wrex- ham, by the lcev D. Howell, vicar, assisted by the Rev J. Howell, John Roger, eldest son of Mr Thomas Yates, of Hornby Lodge, Prestwich Park, Manchester, to Jane Elizabeth, third daughter 01. Mr William Low, Roseneath, Wrex- ham. DEATHS. Davies-Feb. 17, in the neighbourhood of Jeru- salem, Waukesha Co., Wis., America, Mr John R. Davies, aged 58. Deceased was the son of Robert and Elizabeth Davies. He and his wife emigrated to America in 1848, from Llansanan, Denbighshire. Ellis-April 5, aged 21, Mr Richard Ellis, Blaen Pennant, Llandrillo. Evans—April 2, aged 63, Mrs Evans, Moel-is- goedwig Isa', Llandrillo. illighes-March 7, aged 10, Elizabeth Hughes, fourth and beloved daughter of Mr John Hughes, Bod-enlli, Cerrig-ceinwen, Anglesey. Hughes—April 13, aged 73, Mr William Hughes, car proprietor, Menai Bridge. Hampton (Lord)-April 9, at 9, Eaton-square, London, after a fortnight's illness, aged 81, Lord Hampton, G.C.B. Huffh^ 10, at Steuben, N.Y., America, Mr Jones Jones, aged 78, of heart disease. Mr narvonsV a nat^ve °f Aber, near Bangor, Car- fall of 18su" emigrated to America in the 24, when 22 years of age. o/rpd 72 I at Picatonica, Wis., America, ■ Mr John E. Jone», native of LWecLi'T"'5- Dc.c.eased J to America 23 year'Angies?y- He emi8rftted Liverpool (W. Jones ^g°' J**? 8°n m Jones—April 10, at Bryu a A 79 Flinnr ? Eisteddfod, Llandudno, Owen Jonesf »«<>'of the Jtaj Lewis—April 6, aged 33, Mr R. Lewi of the North and South Wales Bauk Mold Lloyd-April 11, aged 46, after long illness Mr Robert Lloyd, quarryman, Pool-strlt, Cam £ von. TT Morris—April 9, at Hammersmith, aged 67 the Rev John Brande Morris, M.A., formerly Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. Owen-April 5, aged 29, Mr Owen Owen, eldest son of Mr and Mrs D. Owen, Hendref, Gwy- therin, near Llanrwst. Owens—Feb 18, aged 73, Mrs Elizabeth Owens, wife of Mr Charles Owens, oi the iemperance Eating House, Pomeroy, Ohio, America. De- ceased was the daughter of Mr Robert Davies, Pydew, Creiddyn, near Conway. Her husband was known by the name of "Charles Ty'n y Felin," son of John Owens, gardener, Glodd- aeth.. „ Roberts—April 2, aged 6, Richard Morns Roberts, only child of Capt. and Mrs Roberts, iy n-y- ffridd, near Bangor. Spurway-March 27, at Nant-y-derry, Aber- gavenny, Mrs Mary Spurway, who had been tor 16 years a loving nurse and a valuable friend in the family of the Rev Thomas Evans, J.P., rector of Goytrey. Williams-Feb. 8, aged 87, Mr Rich. R. Williams, Racine, Wis., America. Deceased was a native of Lanaelhaiarn, Lleyn, Carnarvonshire. He emigrated to America about 60 years ago. Williams—March 31, at 55. Gwydir-street, Liver- pool, aged 24, Margaret Williams. Williams—April 7, at the Old Mills Farm, near I Welshpool. in her 76th year, Jane, wife of Mr William Williams. Williams-April 8, at her residence, Royal Hotel Yard, Holyhead, in her 85th year, Fanny, widow of Mr Owen Williams.