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Family Notices

Family Notices

BIRTHS. DAVIBS—February 8tb, the wife of Mr. John Davies, borough surveyor, Denbigh, of a daughter. DBNS—February 10th, the wife of Mr. C. E. Dune, Blaek Horse, Holywell, of a daughter. GAXXAOHES—January 27th, the wife of Mr. G. W. Gallagher, Glanydon, Mostyn, of a daughter. HARpilu-January 27th, at Wern Gaer, Rhosesmor, the wife of Mr. W. J. Harper, of a son. LLOTO—February 8th, the wife of Mr. Moses Lloyd, coal marchant, Tower Terrace, Denbigh, of a daughter. MiODLESON—February llth, the wife of Mr. Robert Hughes Myddleton, 11, Plevna Street, Dingle, Liverpool, of a daughter. ROBERTs-Febr,.iary 4th, at Love Lane, Denbigh, the wife of Mr. John Roberts, attendant at the Asylum, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ANWTL—JONES—February 10th, at the C. M. chapel, by the Rev. Evan Jones, Denbigh, assisted by the Revs. J. Williams and L. Davies, and in the presence of the registrar, Mr. H. W. Anwyl, school master, to Miss Winnie E. Jones, Mount Pleasant, Corwen. HUGHES —JONES—February 10th, at Rahoboth chapel, Whitford Street, Holywell, by the Rev. J. E. Davies, Mr. Edward Hughes, Tea Bank, Halkin, to Miss Prudence Jones, Plas Yw, Halkin. JONES—DAVIES—February 6th, at the Baptist chapel, Denbigh, by the Rev. B. Williams (the minister), in the presence of the registrar (Mr. E. Mills), Mr. John Elias Jones, attendant at the Asylum, to Miss Hannah Davies, housemaid at the same place. SMITH—PAGAN—February 3rd, at St. John's Church, Chester, by the Rev. Canon Scott, Mr. Harry Smith, Connah's Quay, son of the late Mr. Martin Smitii, Denbigh, to Pollie, only daughter of Sergeant Pagan, Connah's Quay. DEATHS. Ol»A5FTON—January 5th, at his residence, at Ipswich, Edmunds County, South Dakota, U. S. A., Mr. Thomas Clayton. Deceased was the son of Mr. Robert Clayton, of Pandy, Rhydyrarian, near LIane sanaan, DAVlzs-February 5th, Mr. Edward Davies, Church Street, Rhyl, aged 76 years, DzmpsBY-February 9th, at Lower Summer Hill, Holywell, Henry, infant son of Mr. E lwarrl and Mrs. Esther Deinpaey, aged 8 months. DsFJPY—February 7th, at Milford Street, Mold, Anne. infant daughter, of Mr. Michael Duffy, aged 2 years. EPHSAIM—January 27th, after a long illness, Mr. John Ephraim, Uae Canol, Festiniog, aged 75 years. EVANs-.Ja-nuary 26th. Mrs. Sarah Evans, the beloved wife of Mr. Richard Evans, T^Llwyd, Trawsfynydd, aged 24 yeara. EVANs-Fehruary Sth. at Old Rock, Gorsedd, near Holywell, Mr. John Evans, aged 62 years. FLYNN —February 3rd, at Summer Hill, Flint, William Gibbs, infant son of Mr. William Gibbs Flynn, aged 10 months. IIUGBES-February 7th, at Mount Pleasant, Gwern-y- mynydd. Mold, Robert Bryan, infant son of Mr. Simon Hughes. JONES—January 18th, Mrs. Ellen Jones, the beloved wife of Mr. Owen Jones, Talybont, Rhydsarn, Fes- tiniog, aged 51 years. Joiqzs-J-anuary 23rd, Ellen, widow of the late Mr. William Jones, Brittania Terrace, Bethania, Blaenau Festiniog, aged 84 years. J,oNgs-J&auary 26th, Mrs. Catherine Jones, wife of Councillor Evan R. Jones, 89, Matod Road, Blaenau Festiniog, aged 45 years. JONES—January 27th, Griffith W. Jones, the beloved child of Mr. Robert Jones, Ty'nrhedyn, Trawsfynydd, aged 1 year. JONES—January 29th, Mrs. Margaret Jones, the beloved wife of Mr. John Jones, 142, Manod Road, Blaeaaa Festiniog, aged 62 years. JONES—January 30th, Mr. John Jones, Maesrhug (late of Cefn Gwyddil), Llangeitho, aged 63 years. JONES—February 5th, at his father's residence, Idwal Wynn, second son of Mr. O. Isgoed Jones, J. P., Apothecaries Hall, Llanrwst, aged 19 years. JoNzs-February 6th, Mrs. Jones, the beloved wife of Mr. William Jones, Tanllan, Llannefydd, aged 28 years. -JONES—February 7th, at High Street, Mold, Elizabeth* relict of Mr. Joseph Jones, aged 75 years. lONEs-February 8th, at Maesydre, Mold, Mr. Thomas Jones, aged 23 years. LLOYD-February 3rd, Mr. Edward Lloyd, butter merchant, 152, Manod Road, Blaenau Festiniog, aged 56 years. OWENS—January 25th, Mr. Owen Owens, Peniel Cot- tage. Llan, Festiniog. OWEN-February 2nd, after a long illiaess, Mrs. Ellen Owen, wife of the lata Mr. J. Owen, Hendre Gwen. Uian, Llanfrothen, aged 79 years. PABBT—February 7th, at his residence, Bryn Llewelyn, Llandudno, the Rev. Riahard Parry (Gwalchmai), aged 95 years. PROBICHT -February 7th, at Little Tower, Mold, Thomas Richard, infant son of Mr. Thomas Richard Probert, aged 2 days. ROBERTs-February 9tb. very suddenly, Mr. Griffith Roberts, Ty'nybryn, Dolyddeleia, aged 77 years. ROWLANDS—February 5th, at Nant Mawr, Buckley Robert Noel, infant son of Mr. William Ro vilands, aged 9 months. UWLAwDs-February 7tb, at Grosvenor Street, Mold, Edward Aneurin, infant son of Mr. J. D. Rowlands, aged 7 months. THOMAS—January 30th, Mr. John Thomas, Belle Vue, Festiniog, aged 64 years. VAUGHAN-January 31st, Mr. Robert Vaughan, Church Street, Abergele, and ostler at the Bee Hotel for many years, aged 78 years. WHITLEY—February 6th, at Victoria Terrace, Buck- ley, Enoch, infant son of Mr. John G. Whitley, aged 6 months. WILLIAMS—January 28th, after two years of severe illness, Mrs. Catherine Williams, the beloved wife of Mr. W. Williams, 10, Lord Street, Blaenau Fes- tiniog. WILLIAMS—January 30th, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. David Williams, Bryngwyn, Ysbytty Ifan, in her 37th year, and was interred at the Parish Church, February 3rd. WILLIAMS—January 31st, after six months of illness, Mr. Cadwaladr Williams, Llainwen, Trawsfynydd, aged 77 years.



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