Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

13 articles on this Page

Family Notices

Family Notices
Cite
Share

BIRTH. DATIE8- March 14th, the wife of Mr. D. Davies, 33 Mount Pleasant. Denbigh, of twins, EDWARDS March 17th, the wife of Mr. Rebert Bdwards, carrier, 39 Hanlian Street, Denbigh, of a daughter. GaWVITHS—March 14th, at Cilcen Hall, near Mold, the wife of Mr. J. H, Griffiths, of a daughter- stillborn. JOWES—March 9th, at Hill Ctcage, Greenfield, Holywell, the wife of Mr. Albeit E. Jones, of a daughter. MORGANS-March 14th, at Battery Row, Greenfield, Holywell, the wife of Mr. Samuel Morgans, of twins. PBOTHKBOE-—March 10th. the wife of the Rev. W. Lloyd Protheroe, vicar of Llanasa, of a daughter. THOMAS — February 27th, the wife of Mr. Griffith Thomas, joiner, Hill Cottage, Trefriw, of a daughter -first-born. MARRIAGES. WILCOX—WEBSTER—March 8th, at St. Mark's Church' M&nL,fiel. Notti-ngbaMShiTe, by the Rev. A. G. Henley, Mr. Georze Wilcox, Milford Street, Mold, to Miss Nellie Webster, of Mansfield. DEATHS. ADAMS -March lltb, aged 66 years, at 4 Madoc Terrace, Mold, Mr. Absalom Adams. EDWARDs-March 12th, aged seven months, at 29 Garden Place, Mold, Henry, infant child of Mr. Henry Edwards. Jones—March 7th, aged 62 years, Diana, the beloved wife of Mr. John Jones, Bryn Hyfryd, Bryn Eglwys, naer Corwen. MYDDLETON —March lltb, aged 17 years, after long and painful Uuess, Mr. Robert Thomas, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas and Mary Myddleton, 33 Millward Terrace, Henllan Street, Denbigh. He was interred at Eglwys Wen, on Wednesday, the 15th. when h's fellow workmon, the employees of the BANER and NORTH WALES TIMES Office-which establishment was closed in the atternoon joined in the laat tribute of respect to the deceased. OWENS—March 17th, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. John Owens, shoemaker and lamplighter, Broomhill Lane, Denbigh. STORY-March 12th, aged 51 years, after long and severe illness. Mr. William Henry Story, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William and Elizabeth Story, Coppy, Denbigh. In Memoriam. ROBERTs-In loving memory of my dear sister (Lizaie), Talardy Cottages, St. Asaph, who died March 19th, 1898. The cup was bitter, the loss severe, To put with one that was loved so dear It was God's will it should be so, At his command we all must go. M. ROBERTS.

WELSH MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

Advertising

THE FREE CHURCHES.

| DISESTABLISHMENT.

SLINGS AND ARROWS. ,-,,,----,"\.,-.-,

------------__-------------.---_____--DENBIGBL

PROVIDENT SOCIETY.

Advertising

LITERARY AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.

. IBOROUGH POLICE COURT.

------------__-------------.---_____--DENBIGBL