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From: "Ellen Stanton" <>
Subject: South Africa Magazine: Domestic Announcements 3 March 1900
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2005 22:48:53 -0500
This is a transcription of a column in South Africa Magazine, March 3, 1900, titled Domestic Announcements:
(Announcements inserted under this heading are charged for according to length.)
ACUTT-On February 28, at Durban, the wife of Mr. E. L. Acutt, of a daughter.
BEATLEY, Mrs. A., Durban, January 20, a son.
BEST. Mrs. W. J., East London, Jan. 14, a daughter.
BROCKETT, Mrs. H. C., Port Elizabeth, January 18, a son.
BROPHY, Mrs. W. I., Durban, January 17, a son.
CATHRO, Mrs. A. G., East London, Jan. 16, a daughter.
COGILL, Mrs. W. H., Queenstown, January 20, a daughter.
COPPINGER, Mrs. E., Alexandria, Jan. 20, a daughter.
COUDER, Mrs. G. H., Cathcart, January 19, a son.
FERGUSON-On January 20, at the Presbyterian Manse, East London, the wife of the Rev. John T. Ferguson, a son.
GAMLEY, Mrs. D. M., Durban, January 19, a son.
GIFFORD, Mrs. A., Port Elizabeth, January 20, a daughter (prematurely).
GREIG, Mrs. T. A., Rondebosch, January 23, a son.
IRELAND-On February 26, at Pietermaritzburg, the wife of Frederick L. Ireland, Wemmer, Johannesburg, of a daughter.
MACGREGOR, Mrs. R., Clairmont, Cape Colony, January 18, a son.
SAVILLE, Mrs. P., Durban, January 17, a daughter.
SCHULTZE, Mrs. J., Durban, January 22, a son.
TEMPLE, Mrs., Durban, January 22, a daughter.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. W. C., Durban, Jan. 21, a daughter
YOUNG, Mrs. A., East London, January 13, a son.
BARKER, J. J.-RUSS, H. F., East London, Jan. 20.
DOWLING, A. K. H.-MILEHAM, L., Mossel Bay, January 23.
HAYBITTEL, S. R.-PEGRAM, M. A. C., Rondebosch, January 31.
HILL-HILL, C. P.-BRUNETTE, H. M., Kingwilliamstown, January 29.
PILL-HAINES-On February 27, at Holy Trinity Church, Twickenham, Robert Pill, of Perranporth, Cornwall, and Johannesburg, to Agnes Mary Minton, eldest daughter of the late Francis Minton Haines and Mrs. Haines, of Chandos, Strawberry Hill.
THEOBALD, A. J.-FLEMING, A. M., St. John's, January 16.
BARKER, Mrs. E. J., Malvern, Natal, January 22, aged 85.
BLEASBY, T., Beira, January 15, aged 42.
BRENNAN, W., Port Elizabeth, January 22, aged 31.
CRALLAN-On February 16, killed in action at Birds River, Ernest Charles Hamer Crallan, Captain Brabant's Horse, second son of the late Rev. J. E. Crallan, M.A., late of Ivy House, Emsworth. (Corrected notice.)
DOYLE, Mrs. S., Queenstown, January 21, aged 61.
FAWCUS-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Crichton W. M. Fawcus, of Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, aged 24.
FRANCIS, R., Cathcart, January 14, aged 53.
GOUGH, H., Cape Town, January 25, aged 64.
HAMPSON, Mrs. M. A., Durban, January 22, aged 45.
HELLIER, J. H., East London, January 15, aged 21.
HERLIHY, Miss B., Durban, January 9, aged 17.
JONES, R., Port Elizabeth, January 9, aged 50.
LAWSON, B. H., Ladysmith, January 6.
LITKIE-On January 24, killed in action, Spion Kop, Edgar Charles Litkie, Corporal, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, aged 23, youngest son of Valerian A. Litkie, of 39, South Street, Mayfair.
LORIMER-On January 19, at the Gordon Memorial Mission, Natal, Jane Kinnear Lorimer, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Dr. John Gordon Lorimer, Glasgow.
LOWE-On February 9, at Umtali, Rhodesia, of malarial fever, Charles Alfred Lowe, late of the Buenos Ayres and Pacific Railway, Argentine Republic, in his 46th year.
MACHELL-On January 16, at Modder River Camp, of enteric fever, Sergeant Edward Sanders Machell, Northumberland Fusiliers, only son of Major E. J. Machell, late Royal Artillery, aged 25.
MACLACHLAN-On February 1, in Natal, Captain Donald Maclachlan, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of the late George Maclachlan, of Maclachlan, Argyllshire, from wounds received at Venter's Spruit.
MAJENDIE-On February 12, of wounds received in action the same day, at Dekiels Drift, on the Riet River, in the Orange Free State, Henry Grylls Majendie, Captain Rifle Brigade, aged 34, only son of the late Sir Vivian Dering Majendie, K.C.B.
MALLOCK-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Natal, James James Raymond Mallock, Lieutenant Lancashire Fusiliers, youngest son of Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. T. J. Raymond Mallock, of Firlands, Camberley, Surrey, aged 26.
MASSY-On January 24, killed in action, at Spion Kop, Hampden Hugh Massy, Major Commanding the 17th Field Company Royal Engineers, aged 40.
MAUNSELL-On January 24, on board the s.s. Nile, going to South Africa with his regiment, to the inexpressible grief of his heart-broken wife, Lucius Augustus de Vere Maunsell, Major 9th King's Royal Rifle Corps, and late Captain the Leicestershire Regiment, aged 36.
MCCORQUODALE-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Hugh Stewart McCorquodale, Lieutenant Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, in his 25th year, youngest son of the late George McCorquodale, of Newton-le-Willows and Gadlys, Isle of Anglesey.
MCGLASHAN, Mrs. J., East London, Jan. 19, aged 43.
MENZIES-On Saturday, February 3, at Beach Cottage, Ryde, I of W., William Menzies, Captain R.N., second son of the late William Menzies, Senior Puisne Judge Cape of Good Hope, aged 66.
MILLER, A. H., Sterkstroom, January 17, aged 21.
MINGAY, Mrs. E., Bolela, December 30, aged 33.
MURRAY-On January 24, reported killed in action with General Lyttelton's Brigade in Natal, Captain Fergus Murray, 2nd Scottish Rifles, younger son of the late Commander John Murray, R.N., of Murraythwaite, Dumfriesshire, aged 31.
MYERS, Mrs. A., Durban, January 17, aged 58.
NELSON, P. S., Cape Town, January 19.
NEWNHAM-On January 24, at Spion Kop, Percy Forbes, Indian Staff Corps, Lieutenant, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, and youngest son of W. H. Newnham, Moston, Weybridge.
NICHOLSON, Mrs. E. R., Port Elizabeth, January 16, aged 46.
NIXON-On February 16, at Ladysmith, Arthur Cooper Nixon, youngest son of Henry Nixon, of Hasketon, Woodbridge, Suffolk, aged 33 years.
O'PHELAN, Mrs. J., East London, Dec. 25, aged 56.
PETRE-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Hon. Joseph H. L. Petre, Captain Loyal Sussex Hussars and Thorneycroft's Light Infantry, youngest son of the late William Bernard, 12th Lord Petre, aged 33. R.I.P.
PIESER, G., Kimberley, December 21, aged 50.
RANKIN, Mrs. J., Somerset East, December 30, aged 80.
RAPHAEL-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Frederick Melchoir Raphael, Lieutenant 1st South Lancashire Regiment, aged 29, second son of George Charles Raphael, of 37, Portland Place, W., and Castle Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey.
ROBINSON-On January 25, at 95, Philbeagh Gardens, S.W., Murrell Robinson Robinson, M. Inst. C.E., late Chief Inspector of Public Works, Cape of Good Hope, aged 79.
ROLLAND, A. H., McW., Sterkstroom, Jan. 20, aged 26.
ROSSITER, A. E. Vryburg, aged 22.
ROSS-On January 24, killed at Spion Kop, Major Archibald J. J. Ross, 2nd Battalion "King's Own" Royal Lancaster Regiment, eldest son of the late Colonel Archibald P. G. Ross, R.E., aged 41.
RUDALL-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Alfred Rudall, Lieutenant Imperial Light Infantry, aged 23, of 47, Russell Road, Kensington, youngest son of the late H. A. Rudall.
RUMNEY-On February 17, at Mancazana, 114, Cavendish Road, Balham, S.W., suddenly, after 16 years' patient suffering, Charles Rumney, aged 52.
RUSSELL-On January 24, at French Hoek, South Africa, after a very short illness, Madeline Mary, aged 19, only daughter of the Rev. John M. Russell, B.D., senior minister of St. Andrew's Cape Town.
SAUNDERS-KNOX-GORE-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Cecil Henry Saunders-Knox-Gore, Captain, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, late 6th Inniskilling Dragoons and Queen's Bays, third son of Major-General Saunders-Knox-Gore, of Belleek Manor, Ballina, Co., Mayo, and Ardmore, Torquay, aged 37, deeply lamented.
SCHULZ, F. W., East London, January 17, aged 74.
SCOTT-RANKIN, J. W., Cradock, Dec. 27, aged 15.
SHARP-On February 13, at De Aar, South Africa, of fever, Willie, youngest son of Mrs. James Sharp, 35, North Fort Street, Leith.
SIMON, A.-Durban, January 4, aged 49.
SMIT, B. J., Cape Town, January 20, aged 26.
SMITH, A., Durban, January 9, aged 26.
SOAMES-On January 16, at Pietermaritzburg, Maurice, elder son of the late Rev. Douglas Soames, Chaplain in Her Majesty's Forces, aged 24.
STEHN-On February 19, at Ladysmith, of enteric fever, Arthur Stehn, Natal Naval Volunteers, youngest son of Christian Stehn, of Brunswick Square, Brighton.
STRONG-From wounds received in the action at Spion Kop, Natal, Sydney Philip Strong, Major 2nd Battalion the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), aged 42.
STUBBS-On February 12, killed in action at Slingersfontein, South Africa, Arthur Kennedy Stubbs, Captain and Brevet-Major Worcestershire Regiment, eldest son of Major-General F. W. Stubbs, late Royal Artillery.
TAIT-On February 7, killed in action at Koodoosberg, Frederick Guthrie Tait, Lieutenant in the Black Watch, third son of Professor Tait, of Edinburgh University, aged 30.
TARBUTT-On February 13, at Pretoria, of typhoid fever, Lieutenant C. A. Percy Tarbutt, South African Light Horse, a prisoner of war, aged 26, eldest son of Percy and Kate Tarbutt.
TARR, G., Kimberley, aged 22.
THOMSEN, L., Grahamstown, January 12, aged 58.
TREVETHEN, R. H., Greyville, January 19, aged 43.
TREVOR-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Hon. Nevill Windsor Hill Trevor, Lieutenant Thorneycroft's Horse, third son of Mary, Lady Trevor and the late Lord Trevor, aged 31 years.
TRILL-On January 24, at Lowood, Sydenham, of acute bronchitis, George S. Trill, many years resident in Cape Town.
VERTUE-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Captain Naunton Henry Vertue, of the Buffs, whilst acting as Brigade-Major to General Woodgate.
USHER, J., Kokstad, January 8, aged 85.
WADE-On January 24, killed in action at Spion Kop, Alexander Price Conolly Herschel Wade, Lieutenant 2nd Royal Lancaster Regiment, second son of the late Sir Thomas Francis Wade, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., aged 29.
WARDROP-On January 20, at Graaff Reinet, Cape Colony, Ida F. R., the beloved wife of Charles H. Wardrop, of Doorn Klooff, and second daughter of the late I. de la Harpe, of the Glen, Graaff Reinet.
WARNER, Mrs. M.E., Grahamstown, December 29, aged 26.
WEBSTER, Mrs. A., Kingwilliamstown, January 21.
WHELFHAN, J. E., Kingwilliamstown, January 20, aged 27.
WILLIAMS, C. B., Indwe, January 8, aged 80.
WILLIAMSON, G., Greyville, January 11, aged 59.
WILSON, J. T. P., Pietermaritzburg, Jan. 15, aged 16.
WILSON-On January 24, in the action at Spion Kop, Natal, Harold Alfred Cobbe Wilson, Second Lieutenant 2nd Middlesex Regiment, second son of Alfred and Fanny Wilson, of the Vicarage, Bedford Park, Chiswick, aged 21.
WOLFE, Mrs. R., Wynberg, January 27.
WOOD, R. H., Durban, January 16, aged 48.
WORMAN, Mrs. J., Durban, January 23, aged 72.
WORSLEY-WORSWICK-On December 16, at Bulawayo, Francis Joseph, fourth son of Major W. Worsley-Worswick, late 37th Regiment, of Ashmans Hall, Beccles, aged 21.
YOUNG-On February 23, at the house of his cousin, 9, George Street, Glasgow, George Duncan Young, aged 27, late of Johannesburg and Elgin.
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