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Family Notices

Family Notices

irfhStlUnrriagtst anb tntgs. I -EI RTFS. CLEMENTS (Ls 'Y)—On THE iOtii inst., at Prrston Montforf), COWARD-On the 23rd inst.the wife of Sir Coward, tiwucT mercbaa' Llangollen, of a son. DRAYCOTT—On the 15th inot., at the wif* of Mr Charles Draycott, of a sou. GREY-On the 10th inst., at EaYeock House, Xcwbridge, Euabon, Mrs Dr Grey, of a son. GEORGE—On the lltU inst.. at Moss, the wife of Mr Edward ]' George, of a daughter. JONEs-On the lOth inet., at H, Belle Vue-road, Wrexham, the wife of Mr Robert Jones, of a son. JOiEs-On the at Pentre Broughton, the wife of Mr William Jones, of a son. JOEs-On the 2:3rd inst., at Lodge, Brymbo, the wife of Mr Griffith Jones, of a son. SMITH—On the 22nd inst., at Sammerhill, the wife of Jlr John Smith, of awn. "WILLIAMS—On the 15th inst., at Brymbo, the wife of Mr GOll:rr Williams, of a daughter. CARRIAGES. COLDWELL—Horr:-KnWAROFS—On the 21st hist., at Dorrin^- L ton, Shropshire, by tha Rev. the Warden of Ali Souls College, Oxford. urcle to the l'riite, assisted by the Rev. W.E. Coldwell, Vicar of Sandon. Staffordshire, the HOIl. and Rev. C. W. Fielding, Rector of Stapleton, and the Rev. R. Perring Vicar of Dorfington. Robert Hanson Coldwell, son of the late R. Tisq., to Clare Victoria Hope-Edwarde% youngest daughter of the late T. H. Hope-Edwardes, üq" of Jfetloy, S lJropshire. DAVIES—DAVITS—On the 16th inst., at the Parish Ch urclv Llanrwst. by the Rev. J. Michaels, curate, Thomas r. Davies, Bettws-y-Coed, to Maggie, youngest daughter of the late Mr Grtfliih Davies, Llanrwst. MCHATTIE—STErHE>"SF)X—On the 20th iust, at St. John's Church Chester, by the Rev. T. E. Scott, George McHattie, seed merchant, Chester, to Helen Roberts, eldest daughter of Mrs Stephpn,:ol1, the Blossoms Hotel, Chester. PENNANT—GI.VNM:—On the inst., at the Parish Church, Hawarden, by the Hon. and Rpv. W. H. I.yttleton. rector of Haglcy, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Stephen Gladstone, cousin of the bride, the Hon. George Slioito Gordon Doula" Pennant, M.P. for Carnarvonshire, son of the Hon. Lord Penrhyn, of Penrhyn Castle, to Gertrude Jessy, second daughter of the late Rey. Canon Glynne, rector of Hawarden. DEATHS. BEAUMONT—On the 20th inst., at The Firs, Wilmslow, Cheshire, John Beaumont, aged 60. Friends will kindly accept this intimation. CAPJER—On the 2Crd inst., at Wrexham Workhouse, Ann Capper. aged 69. DAVID—On the 22nd inst., at Dysserth. Welshpool, Mont- gomeryshire, the residence of her brother, Susanna raria, relict of the Rev. D. David, late vicar of Llangunllo, Radnor- shire, aged T9. DAVIES—On the 15th inst., at his residence, 262, Upper Parlia- ment-street, David Davies, late senior partner in the firm of Messrs. Davies, Sons, and Co., tea merchants, Liverpool, aged 70. FEG.A:N-On the 26bh inst., at Yorkshire-square, Wrexham, John Fegan, aged 67. HUGHES-On the 21st inst., at Adwy, Hugh Hughes, aged 43 years. JOHNSON—On the 12th inst., at Pwllheli, Carnarvonshire, Mr Johnson, chief officer of the steamship St. Louis, of Liver- pool. JONES—On the 22nd inst., at East Parade, Rhyl, Ellen, wife of Mr Thomas Jones, aged 7G. JONEs-On the 2:3rd inst., Dorothy, relict of William oones, Esq., Britannia Cottage, LJanystumdwy, aged 78. LLOYD—On the 23rd inst., at Rolywel1, Robert Owen, son of the late Rev. John "Vaughan Lloyd. M.A., formerly vicar of Hope. ROBERTS—On the 20th inst., William Pickering, infant son of Mr Robert Roberts, station master, Dolgelley, aged 10 months. "WILLIAMS—On the 15th inst., at the residence of hejc parents, Anglcsea, Mrs Williams, wife of the Rev. Pxiillip Williams, Wesleyan Minister. Llangollen. WATKINS—On the 21st inst., at Pc'ntre Broughton, Ann Watkins, aged 25.




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