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Family Notices

Family Notices

girths, Iftarrxagts, anb JMaijjs. BIRTHS. CARRINGTON— On the 18th ult., at Talwrn, Bersham, the wife of John Carrington, of a daughter. DAVIES-On the 11th ult., at Llwynonn Villa, Abenbury Fechan, the wife of William Davies, of a daughter. DAVIES—On the 22nd inst., the wife of Mr Edward Davies, cabinet maker, 6, Berwyn-street, Llangollen, of a soil. GREENBOWOn the 15th inst., at Dernford House, Cardiff, the wife of the Rev. Edward Greenhow, In- spector of Schools for the Diocese of Lhndaf!, of a son. HUGHES—On the 19th inst., at Rhianva, Llandudno, the wife of S. O. Hughes, of a daughter. IiUGHES-On the 12th inst. the wife of Hugh Hujhes, Esq., the Tanyard, Northop, of a daughter. HUGHES—On the 19thinst, the wife of Mr Thos. Hughes, surveyor. JIarket-street, Llangollen, of a daughter. MORTIMER—On the 9th inst., the wife of the Rev. C. Mortimer, M.A., vicar of Ash, Whitchurch, Salop, of a son. PIERCE-On the 2rd September, 1877, at Ainsdale, the wife of Mr Llewelyn Pierce, of a daughter. PEXLINGTON-Oll the 15th ult., at 2S, Bridge-street, Wrexham, the wife of Henry Penlington, of a son. RUDDERH AM—On the 29th ult., at 13, Holfc-street, Wrex- ham. the wife of Robert Rudderham, of a son. RICHARDS—On the 3rd ult., at 23, Charles street, Wrex- ham, the wife of Mr Frederick Chas. Richards, of a son. STANT—On the 23rd ult., at 5, Town Hill, Wrexham, the wife of John Stant, of a daughter. &YMOND3—On the 16th inst., at Handforth, Cheshire, the wife of Louis Henry Symonds, of a daughter. WILLIAMS—On the 14th inst., the wife of Mr M. Williams, Salop-road, Oswestry, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. CAULFEILD—WILLIAMS—On the 16th inst., by special licence, at the Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle, by the Rev. W. A. Neville, chaplain to Hi Grace the Lord-Lieuten- aut, Iarcus P. F. Caulfeild, Esq., second son of Edward Houston Caulfeild, Esq., of Drumcaime, Stewartstown, comity Tyrone, to Gwyn, fourth daughter of the late Robert Williams, Esq., and ikiece of the late Sir Richard Wiliiams-Bulkeley, Bart. FROES-FROES-On the 17th irst.. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Wellington, Salop, by the Rev. J. F. Hackett, Lynott, eldest son of the late John Francis Fröe, Esq., of Babia, Brazil, to Ida Mary, eldest daughter of Francis Henry Froes, Esq., of Donnerrille House> i Wellington, Balop. IANCOCK-LEA-On the 15th inst.. at Christ Church Kensi!1gton, London, by the ReT Dyson Rycroft, James Harrison Hancock, Kidsgrore, Staffordshire, to Catherine Fanny, second daughter of the late Samuel Lea, of EUesmere. HOLE—JONES—On the 13th inst., at the Parish Church, Whittington, by the ReT. W. "WaJsham How. Mr Alfred Hole, of Liverpool, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr J. Jones, Sunay Bank, Gobowen. INSOLE-DAVID-On the 14th tnst., at Llandaff Cathedral. by the Lord Bishop of the Dioce, assisted by the Very Rev. the Dean and the Rev. W. David, uncle of the beide, George Frederick Insole. Esq., 15¡>C0nd SOli of J. H I;:õ101e, Exi., of Ely Court, Llaml!lfi. and Charprot Lode: Somersetshire, tQ Jessie Ann, only daughter of the lato Evan W. Dnvid, Eq.. of Fsirwater House, Cardiff. PARRY-PUGBE-ün the 12th inst., at the Congregational Chapel, Portland-street, Aberystwyth, by the Revs. R. S. Williams, Bethesda, and E. Herber Evans, Carnarvon, Mr W. J. Parry, Bethesda, Carnarvon, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr R. Pughe, Helygog, near Dolgelley. PIESCE—MORRIS—On the 18th March, 118, at LiTer- pool, Llewelyn, younger son of the late Thomas Pierce, of Gresford, Denbighshire, to Eleanor Whalley, eldest daughter of Captain Morris, of London. JWBERTS-HUGHE-On the 21at inst., at Rholllmnerchru- gog Church, by the Rev Horatio Walmisley, M.A., rector of Odd Rode, Cheshire, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev J. Jones, vicar of Rhos, and the Rev E. EdwrdF, vicar of Ruabon, Richard Lawton Roberts, M.D. Lend., only son of R. Chambers Roberto, Esq., nurgeon, of Ruabon, to Christiana, second daughter of J. Hughes, Eaq., of Fennant, Ruabon. #PE5CCER—METRICS—On the 20th inst., by the Rev- Prebendary Harland, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Ray. E. C. Irwine, vicar of Hinton Admiral, Gerald Robt. Spencer, R.H.A., ddfst fon of Colonel the Hen. Robert and Lady Louisa Spencer, to Emma Douglas, eMc-t daughter of Sir George lleyrick, Bart., of Hinton Ad- miral, Hants, and Bodorgan, Anglesey. DEATHS. BROWN—On the 15th inst., at Harlech House, Bourse- mouth, John Holladay Brown, Esq., Cape of Good Hope, aged 38. CARMAN— On (he*l?th inst., at Apothecaries' Hall, Holy- well, John Walter Owen. infant Bon of Mr Carman. GRIFFITH-On the 15th inst., aged 6 months, Anaie Priacilla, daughter of William Griffith (Tydain). HOUGHLAND—On the 17th inst, at 9, Templar's Avenue, Wrexham, Elizabeth, wife of John Hongbland, 3.Ked.2 years. HGGHES-On the 17th inst., aged 95, the Rev Morris rootor of Pentreath-cwm-Llanbedrgoch, Anglesey. HUGHES—On the 18th inet., at 15, Chester-street, Wrex- haaa, William, son of Richard Hnghes, aged 12 days. JONES—On the 15th inst., aged 78, at Marton, Edward Jonea, for mors than SO years parish clerk and sexton. MOODY—On the 15th inst., at Rhosnessney, Acton, Thomns Moody, aged 77 years. NICHOLSON-On the 80th inst., at his sons residence, Blicon Point, Robert Nicholson, Esq., J.P. Abbotefield, Cheater, and partner with Dixon and Co., bankers, Chester. POVELL—On the 20th inst., at Summer Hill, Gwersyllt, Thomas Powell, aged 55 years. PARRY—On the tth inst., aged 66 years, Ellen, wife of Mr Henry Pierce Parry, Tan-y-bwlch. Mynydd, Llandegai, noor Bangor, and mother of Mrs CWlr1e Danes, Trsvelyan Temperanee Hotel, Llangollen. PROCTER— On the 12th inst., Henry Adolphus Noel Procter, secoud anQ only 81lITinng son of the late Lieut.- General H. A. Procter, lute of Aberhavesp Hall, Mont- gomtTyshire. ROBERTS-On the 12th in., at Plas Penisardre, L!anrwst Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Kjfflu Roberts, Plas-yn-Roe St. aged 71 years.

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