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From: "Ellen Stanton" <>
Subject: [ZA-EC] Domestic Announcements 3 April 1897
Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2011 18:44:35 -0600
Transcribed from South Africa Magazine 3 April 1897
CHABAUD, Mrs. J. A., Port Elizabeth, February 25.
HAW, Mrs. C. R., Aliwal North, February 22.
HAYNES-On March 22, at Mauritius, the widow of the late Captain Alfred
Ernest Haynes, Royal Engineers (recently killed in action in Rhodesia).
HIGGO, Mrs. A. T., Johannesburg, February 22.
LANGDON-DAVIES-On March 18, at Eshowe, Zululand, the wife of the Rev. Guy
LINDGREN, Mrs. A. W. P., Johannesburg, Feb. 14.
MCLELLAN, Mrs. J., Kimberley, February 23.
STEIN, Mrs. I., Venterstad, February 21.
SUTTON, Mrs. W. C., Blaney Junction, February 26.
ADLAM-On February 20, at Lawn Bank, Grove Road, Sutton, Surrey, the wife of
Joe C. Adlam, of Johannesburg, of a daughter.
BAGNALL-On March 1, at Stebonheath, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth, the wife of
BROCKBANK, Mrs. W., Ladysmith, February 20.
MURRAY, Mrs. A. L., Barberton, February 24.
ALBU-COHEN-On March 24, at 119, Kennington Park Road, the residence of the
bride's parents, by the Rev. F. L. Cohen, assisted by the Rev. M. L. Cohen,
Violet Louise, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cohen, to Isidore,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Albu, of Frognal, South Hampstead.
ALLEN-SMITH-SAVAGE-On March 20, at St. Bartholomew's, Haslemere, by the Rev.
Sanders Etheridge, Rector, Alfred Edward Allen-Smith, of Port Elizabeth, to
Emily, eldest daughter of the late William Savage, of Port Elizabeth.
DAVIS, J. C.-O'CONNELL, C. M., Barberton, Feb. 28.
IVES, R. W.-EMMS, E. M., Johannesburg, Feb. 24.
LIVINGSTONE, J.-ESSON, J. J., Bloemfontein, Feb. 24.
RETHMAN, C. F.-LAWRANCE, M. J., Newcastle, February 23.
SHUTER-HANN-On March 30, at New Barnet Congregational Church, by the Rev. J.
Alford Davies, B.A., B.D., Harry Reginald, second son of George Shuter, of
Barnsbury Park, to Beatrice, tenth daughter of William Hann, of Islington
and New Barnet.
SIMPSON-NIMMO-On January 30, at St. John's, North Sydney, by the Rev. A. R.
Maclean, John James, son of the late John Simpson, of Rochester, Kent,
England, to Margaret Helen, second daughter of the late Robert Nimmo, of
WILLIAMS, W.-BERRIMAN, M. B., Durban, March 2.
ALDAG, Mrs. J. E., Port Elizabeth, Feb. 24, aged 62.
BARRY, Mrs. M., Johannesburg, March 1, aged 68.
BLACKBURNE-MAZE-On March 30, at Cape Town, Evelyn Agnes Marion, wife of
William Peter Blackburne-Maze, of Shaw House, Newbury, aged 30.
BRADISH-On February 10, at Kimberley, Joseph Stratford, third son of the
late Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Bradish, formerly of the 105th Madras Light
Infantry, aged 31.
COLMAN-On March 6, at Rose Bank, South Africa, John Colman, aged 40, deeply
FALK-On March 20, at Aliwal North, of typhoid fever, Frederick Walter,
youngest son of the late Philip Falk, Esq., of 23, Kensington Palace
Gardens, in his 25th year.
DOWNS, Mrs. E., Durban, February 24, aged 64.
DUNCAN-On the 1st inst., at Bulawayo, D. G. Duncan (chemist)
DYER-On March 14, at Piza, John Edward Dyer, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., formerly of
Cape Town, Uitenhage, Kimberley, and Pretoria.
HOUSLEY-On March 29, George Francis Housley, late of Port Elizabeth.
KIRKWOOD-On March 30, at 32, Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, N.W., Adela
Dorothy, widow of James Somers Kirkwood, of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
KITTSON-On February 8, in South Africa, the Rev. William T. Kittson, late
Rector of Drumconrath, county of Meath.
LIVINGSTON-On January 12, at Hartley Fort, Umtali, William Kinloch
Livingston, Rhodesia Horse, British South African Police, eldest son of the
late George Kinloch Livingston, S.S.C., Edinburgh.
LYNCH, Mrs. H. P., Durban, February 21, aged 57.
MATHERS-On March 29, at Glenalmond, Foxgrove Road, Beckenham, Kent, Mary
Augusta Powys, infant daughter of Edward and Mary Mathers, aged 10 months.
MCKELVIN, Mrs. A., Fordsburg, Feb. 22, aged 53.
MILWARD-On March 3, at Cape Town, Jennetta Beckett, wife of C. A. Milward,
Esq., aged 32.
PONTIN-On February 23, at Bloemfontein, O.F.S., of consumption, Charles
Alfred, youngest son of the late George Pontin, of Reading.
PROUDFOOT, Mrs. M., Johannesburg, Feb. 23, aged 34.
ROSETT, J. H., Potchefstroom, March 5, aged 74.
STAPLES, J. J., Grahamstown, March 2, aged 75.
STEPHEN, A., Kimberley, February 21, aged 25.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. A., Modder River, March 1, aged 28.
Transcribed by Ellen Stanton
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