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Subject: [ZA-IB] Extracts from the South African Commercial Advertiser June1834
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2007 22:40:46 -0000
Transcribed from CO53/3 at the National Archives in Kew, London
Wednesday 4 June 1834
MARRIED by Special Licence in the Military Chapel Cape Town on Saturday May
31 by the Rev E.J. Burrow DD, Officiating Chaplain to the Troops, Lieutenant
John WILLIAMS, Royal Engineers, to Frances, only daughter of the late Major
BENJAFIELD of HM 67th Regt.
Saturday 7 June 1834
June 2: Mr. David GOSS, aged 37 years.
Wednesday 11 June 1834
In the Military Chapel Friday June 6 by the Rev G Hough MA, Senior Colonial
Chaplain and officiating Chaplain to the Troops:
A daughter of W.M.FORD Esq, Assistant Surgeon HM 72nd Highlanders, baptised
In the English Church Cape Town on Sunday June 8 by ditto:
A son of Mr. G. HODGSKIN baptised Frederick James Samuel.
A daughter of Mr. W. BUCHANAN bapt. Anna Isabella.
In St.Andrew's Church on Sunday June 8 by the Rev Dr. Adamson DD:
A son of Mr. R.C. LOGIE baptised Robert Clunie.
Saturday 14 June 1834
In the English Church Wynberg on Sunday June 1 by the Rev E Judge MA, Acting
A daughter of Betsey, free black, baptised Sarah Norton.
June 8: Mr. William FRIEND, aged 57 years.
June 10: Mr. Thomas LE BRETON, aged 56 years.
Wednesday 18 June 1834
Wm. MOORE Sen, having retaken his Shop and Butcher's Business, lately
carried on by Thomas MORRIS, begs to inform the inhabitants of Wynberg and
vicinity that on the 1st July he will commence to supply all kinds of
butcher's meat of the very best quality, and hopes by strict attention to
merit a continuance of their support which he formerly had.
Wynberg, 17th June 1834
In the English Church Cape Town Monday June 12 [sic] by the Rev G Hough,
Senior Colonial Chaplain and officiating Chaplain to the Troops:
Mr. Godfrey RAWSTORNE to Miss Sarah Christina Wilhelmina DE VOS.
By Special Licence on Friday June 13 by ditto:
Mr. Hew BURN to Miss Lucy BROADFIELD
On Monday June 16 as above:
A son of Mr. F. DUCKITT baptised Jacob.
A son of Mr. R. YARDLEY baptised Richard George.
June 12: Mary, wife of Mr. C. STEWART, aged 47 years.
Saturday 21 June 1834
DIED at Verdeaux Cottage, on the Camp Ground, on Tuesday evening the 17th
inst, Johannes Fredrik, aged 1 year 3 months and 20 days, youngest son of
Verdeaux Cottage, June 18 1834
In St.Andrew's Church on Sunday June 15 by the Rev Dr.Adamson DD:
A daughter of Mr. A. JOHNSTONE baptised Margret Jane.
A daughter of Mr. J. HAMILTON baptised Mary Elisabeth.
June 18: A daughter of Mr. F. ARMSTRONG, named Catherine, aged 3 years.
Wednesday 25 June 1834
BIRTH on Friday 20th instant, Mrs. W.G. ANDERSON of a daughter.
DIED on Thursday last, Mr. Thomas CAFFYN, aged 38 years; deeply regretted.
Saturday 28 June 1834
DIED on the 9th March on board the Euphrates, on the passage to Bombay, 15
days after giving birth to a son, Amelia Maria Georgina, wife of E.C. MORGAN
Esq, Solicitor to the H.E.I. Company at Bombay and daughter of E.C. EMETT
Esq of this Colony, aged 20 years and 0 months, deeply regretted by her
afflicted parents and relations.
BIRTH at Clasenbosch on the 25th instant, the lady of Capt. W. SHAW of the
Madreas Army sf a son.
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