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Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTHS. On Sunday last, the 17th, the wife of Mr H. W. White, bookseller, Merthyr, of a son. On Sunday, the 10th inst., at Aberystwith, the wife of Mr Evan Roberts, saddler, of a daughter. „ At Builth, on the 8th, the wife of Mr Thomas Porthero Gwillim, Lion Hotel, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Lately, at Bristol, Mr Monkhouse, to Mary,young- est daughter of the late Mr Wm. Lewis, formerly of Church Street, Cowbridge. At Dowlais Church, on Wednesday the 20th. by the Rev. E. Jenkins, Mr Thomas Williams, iron founder, Brecon, to Maria, eldest daughter of Mr Evan Harries, Minister of the Calvanistic connexion, Dowlais. On Saturday the 16th, at Lanharan, by the Rev. David Griffiths, of Lanilid, Mr Win. Hopkins, nephew of Mr Wm. Hopkins, Torgell, to Mary, daughter of John Jenkins, Esq., of Kingston, Upper Canada, North America. March 20th, at St. Woolos Church, Newport, Mon- mouthshire, by the Rev. A. A. Isaacson, vicar, Mr Harry Fry, surgeon, to Sarah, daughter of Mr John Frost, all of Newport. DIED. In Calcutta, on the 9th of December, Mrs William Lewellyn, late of Newbridge, Glamorganshire, and third daughter of the late Meredith Davies, Esq., of Abercnig House, Talgarth, Breconshire. She has left an affectionate husband and five children to deplore their loss. On the 4th, at Garnddu, near Sirhowy, Liangunnider. aged 84, Mr Thomas Howell David, an honest industri- ous man through life. On the 5th, at Cefengrug, in the same parish, in the 24th year of her age, from a rapid decline, Mrs Morgan, widow of the late Mr Morgan Morgan, of the Crown Inn, Bedwellty. ° ° On the 10th, deeply regretted, at the residence of Thomas Morris, Esq., Carmarthen, after a long and painful illness, borne with exemplary patience and resignation, Miss Thornton, of Llanstephan, aged 56. On the 14th, aged 51, after a protracted illness borne with Christian resignation, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Richard Spurrell, Carmarthen. On the 10th, aged 41, after a lingering illness of nearly five months, Mr Charles Jones, printer, for many years superintendent at the office of the Carmarthen Journal. On the 14th, aged two months and three days, Wm. Davies, the only son of Mr Owen Jones, draper, Car- marthen. On the 11th inst., at Tenby, in her 81st year, Mrs Bowers. At Pembroke Dock, on the 14th inst., Mrs How, relict of the late Mr Row, of that place. March 10, at Chelsea, suddenly, in her 74th year, Hester, widow of the Rev. Joseph Hughes, late of Battersea, Secretary to the British and Foreign Bible Society. On the 10th, in Grinder Street, Monmouth, highly respected and esteemed by numerous friends, Mr Richard Price, tailor, a native of that town, in which he bad carried on business for a period of 28 years. On the 11th, Edwin, infant ion of Mr James Lam- bert, draper, Monmouth. On the 12th, at the advanced age of 91, Mrs Hannah. Watkins, of St. Mary's Street, Monmouth. At Usk, on the 9th, Jane, relict of the late Jeffrey Llewellyn, of Trecastle. On the 6th, at Ross, deeply regretted, after a short but painful illness, in her 80th year, Mrs Mary Trusted, one of the Society of Friends; On Sunday afternoon, the 17th inst., Mrs Davies, landlady, of the Lamb public house, Foxhole, near Swansea, aged 61,