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Family Notices

Family Notices

a I ?--L T On tbe fith inst. at Brewery House, Pembroke Dock, tne lady of John Allen. Esq. of the lioyal-Dock Yarrl, of a uangiiter. On Monday last, at Milford, the lady of George Gv. v- tner, Ls-q. of his Majesty's Customs, of a sen. Oil Tuesday last, at Elm Cottage, near Gosport, the lady, of Captain Herbert Vaughan, Adjutant of the iioval iianatk lYlnma, of a daughter. On Thursday, at Llanhadarnfawr, Aberystwyth, by the ..cv. James rfn^bes, Mr. George Davies, of the Ivv Bt.sh Hoce,, to Maty, tiurd daughter of the Rev, David Charle* botn id tins town. On the litit inst. at Llandilo, Richard Garland E=q of Centre, to Miss Anna Sophia Howell, of the r p'ace. On the 4ih inst. at St. Stephen's church. Bristol, Mr". George Vfiihams, si:k-hosier, of Swansea, to Miss Alice Brads,taw, niece to J. Nightingale, Esq. Collector, of Ex- cise at ttie iorruer place. On Tuesday week, at Abergavenny, Mr. Henry Hkk, W EUf,beth youngest daughter of J.Ui K. Cow Insi? Abergavenny. On Friday last, at Llanfair Isgair, near Carnarvon, Mr. Robert Jones, of iiush, to Mr. Margaret Williams of Glan- gwnna Gate. At Bine»ar, Somersetshire, after a very long and t-dions courtship of thirty-one years (!) Mr. Wm. James, parish cleiiv and sexton, to Miss Batt. DIED, On the otli.instant, after a protracted illne" of several months, borne with Christian fortitude,Mrs. Rees wife of Mr. Kees, shopkeeper, St. Clears. She has left a hnsband) lour infant sons and a large circle of acquaintance to ia-' I ment a friend intlad, Or! John Davies EsC; nr'Pits'• Ma"'V iyCa''S txtt n<iive i>»-aetice in Swansea and its nesgnbourhood. He was distin^hed alike for nl;Ulon l'le duties of,his profession and bu- ll.ane feeang towards the unfortunate vietitns.of disease or accident wh.o were the objects of his care. Davies tias ieit bphtnd him a circle of numerous {..¡('ods and re- i a fives, tomonrn in his death the loss of a kind friend and alover or integrity and nprightness. On Sunday, Mrs. Joiics, ot-Clptain Jeffrey Jones, of &he was well jn liealtli on Saturday night at I,, and was taken all apoplectic fit," which ca.K-ed her sudden dissolutiün-she 'Hls mnch l'enecled by ail who knew her, ()n .1 nesday, in the 80th year of her ase, Ann idow of the late Mr. H. Hughes, sSdpv^ht ^f Ca'aa" On.Saturday se'nnig!>t, asred 14, William, the youngest son of the Rev. T. Ellis, ofTan'ra^lt. Ban-or.. & ..Lately, at an advanced age, Mr..Thomas Parrv, of Ce-- ng Engati, Antdesev. vftp ^nnent, hisvonngest son, -i>:r. vv m. Thomas. ;Sil<idenly, much respected, Mr, Thomas IViiHams of Ceinivvyn, Angi.erev.

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