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Family Notices

irtRfjt Jparmges, imfr Jfeatbs. BIRTHS. ARCHER—On the 19th at tlio School-house, Penycaa, Buabon, the wife of John Archer, of a son. CLUTTON—On the 14th inst., at King's Mills, Abenbury Feclian, the wife of Mr Richard Clutton, of a son. DAVIEs-On the 7th inst., at Cerney, Broughton, the wife of Mr Humphrey Davies, of a daughter. DODD-On the Jth inst., at Cerney, Broughton, the wife o' Mr John Dodd, of a daughter. DAVIES—On the 18th inst., at Gourton Hall, Wrexham, the wife of Mr Jonathan Davies, ofa, daughter. DAVIES-Orl the 3rd inst.. at Coedpoeth, the wife of hlr Richard Davies, of a ELLIs-On the 20th inst., thf wiTe ofjtfr Edward Ellis, London House, Cefn Mawr, of a daughter. EVANs-On the 10th iURt., at Pentre Broughton, the wife of Mr John Evans, of a JUII. EDwARDs-On the yth inst., at Pentre Broughton, the wife of Mr Job Edwards, of a son, JONES—On the 11th inst., at Coedpoeth, the wife of Mr William Jones, of a son. JONES—On the 17th inst., at Minsfon, North-road, Carnarvon, the wife of Mr John Jonas, of a son. KEN,NERLEY-ON the 20th iust., at Wern Fawr, Ruthin, the wife of Mr Kennerley, of a sou. LLOYD—On the 10th inst., at Brymbo, the wife of Mr John Lloyd, of a son. MASON—On the 3rd in.t., at Rhosnessney, the wife of Mr Charles Joseph Arthur Mason, of a daughter. MATTHEWS—On the 10th inst., at Moss, the wife of Mr John Matthews, of a d tugiitf-r. OWEN-On the 18th inst., the wife of Mr Thomas Owen- commercial traveller, Llwyn-terrace, Oswestry, of a sen. PUGH-On the 4th inst., at G, Pentrefelin, Wrexham, the wife of Mr William Howell Pugh, of a daughter. PUGH-On the 13th inst.: at Cerney, Broughton, the wife of Mr George Pugh, of a daughter. WATKINs-On the 7th inst., at Pentre Broughton, the wife of Mr John Watkins. of a daughter. WILLIAMs-On the 12th inst., at Smelt, Bersham, the wife of Mr John Williams, of a son. MARRIAGES. DENMAN-JONEs-On the 19th inst., at the Parish Church. Flint, by the Sev. E. Jenkins, rector, Mr Thomas Denman to Mrs A. E, Jones, both of Flint. EDDY—THOMAS—OnTue 30tli ult., at St. George's Cathedral, Freetown, Sierra Leone, by the Rev. L. E. Williams, Colonial Chaplain, assisted by the Rev. L. Nicholson, Walter B. Eddy, B.A., Cantab, Director of Public Instruction for the Colony, and late of the Fron, Llangollen, to Rebecca (Missie), elder daughter of James Thomas, Esq., of the Newnes, Ellesmere. EGERTON—GUBBINS—On the 19th inst., at All Saint's Church, Gresford, by the Yen. Archdeacon Wickhnm, William Egerton, Esq., to Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of John P. Gubbins, Esq., The Oaks, Leamington. TT.TFFE—GEOKGE—On the 20tli inst., at St. Peter's Church, Onslow Gardens, Kensington, by the Hon. and Rev. F. C. Byng, George Iliffe, of Nuueaton, to Caroline Laura, youngest daughter of the late B. George, of Carmarthen. HUNTER—BOWYEK—On the 19th inst., at Holy Trinity Church, Paddington, by the Rftv. A. G. K. Simpson, M.A., Peter Hunter, of 113, Belsize-road, South Hampstead, N.W., to Annie, youngest daughter of the late Richard Bowyer, of Bishop's Castle, Shropshire, KENYON-LECHs-On the 21st inst., at the Parish Church, Tilston, near Malpas, Cheshire, by the Rev Arthur Wright. rector of Tilston, assisted by the Honourable and Rev. W. Trevor Kenyon, rector of iJIalpas, the Hon. George Thomas Kenyon, of Gredington, Flintshire, to Florence Anna, eldest surviving daughter of John Hurleston Leche, Esq., of Carden Park, Cheshire. DEATHS. CADWALLADER—On the 1-th inst., aged 4, John Cadwallader Jones, son of Captain John Cadwallader, of the schooner William, Portmadoc. DAYIES-On the ISth inst., aged 81, at 22, Wharf-road. Sarah, widow of Mr John Davies, of Scotland-street, Ellesmere. DELAHOYDE—On the 15th inst., aged 5C, at Belgravia House, North Parade, Aberystwyth, Captain Richard Delahoyde. DAYIEs-On the 20th inst., at Pentre, Minera, David Davies, aged 29. EDWARDs-TaYLOR—On the 13th inst., aged 56, the He". Richard Edwards-Taylor, of Morton Hall, Whalley, Lancashire, and brother of the late rector of Newtown. HUGHEs-Cn the 14th inst., aged 22, Richard Thomas Hughes, step-son of Mr Edward Whitfield, Trefareclawdd, Oswestry. HUGHEs-On the ISth in-it., at the Lodge, Brymbo, Ann Hughes, aged 74. JONES—On the 9th inst., at Vrondeg, Minera, Elizabeth Jones, aged 74. JAmiEs-On the 16th inst. in his 8th year, Joshua Foulkes, son of James James, Victoria-terrace, Prestatyn. EJEENAN—On the 19th inst., at Wrexham Workhouse, Mary Keenan, aged 74. MORRIS-On the 13th inst., at Wrcxham Workhouse, Hugh Morris, aged 33. MOORE—On the 15th inst., aged 70, at Church-street, Whitchurch, the widow of Mr J. Moore, cabinet maker. PETERS—On the^lsth inst, aged 'j' Eliza, wife of Mr Peters, photographer, Oswestry. PHILLirs-On the 8th inst., aged 70, Mr Joseph Phillips, Black Park, Whitchurch, farmer. ROWLAND—On the 17th inst., aged 7 weeks, at Sketty, near Swansea, Henry Bertram, infant son of Mr John Rowland, late of the Cambrian Railways, Oswestry. REID—On the loth inst., at Wandsworth Common, Surrey, Maria Augusta, widow of the late James Eeid, Esq., M.D., of Brook-street, Grosvenor-square, aged 71. ROGERS—On the 14th inst., at Summerhill, Sarah Rogers, aged 58. ROGERS—On the 17th inst., at Talwrn, Minera, Jane Rogers, aged 34. WYNN-OU the 18th insl., at Edward's-court, The Walks, Wrexham, Thomas Wynn, aged 19.