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From: "Ellen Stanton" <>
Subject: [ZA-IB] Domestics Announcements 19 July 1890
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 21:02:46 -0600

Transcribed from South Africa Magazine 19 July 1890



GARDNER-On June 12, at Pietermaritzburg, Beatrice, the wife of Major
Gardner, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), of a son.

POYNTON-On June 14, at Essendine Villa, Musgrave Road, Berea, the wife of W.
R. Poynton, of a son.

VAUSE-On June 11, at Maritzburg, the wife of R. W. Vause, of a daughter.


ANDREW-ROBERTS-On July 10, at St. Stephen's, Wandsworth, by the Right Rev.
C. Carruthers, Arthur Thomas Andrews, Commander Castle Mail Packet Company,
eldest son of A. T. Andrews, M. Inst. C.E., Chiswick, Middlesex, to Ada,
eldest daughter of the late C. Roberts, Esq., Broadway, Worcestershire.

HOSKINS-TWENTYMAN-On June 17, at St. George's Cathedral, Cape Town, by the
Very Rev. the Dean, Douglas Hamilton, third surviving son of the late Edward
Hamilton Hoskins, Esq., formerly of Fanhams Hall, near Ware, and latterly of
Hoddesdon, Herts, to Laura Louise, youngest daughter of the late William
Twentyman, Esq., of Storms Valley, Swellendam, Cape Colony.

QUIN-VIVIAN-On July 16, at Penponds, Camborne, by the Rev. David Wilson,
assisted by the Rev. E. E. E. Heathcote, William James Quin, of the Glen,
Bloemfontein, to Frances Whilhelmia, younger daughter of William Cock
Vivian, of Reskadinnick.


PATERSON-On July 11, at Johannesburg, of typhoid fever, Walter Drysdale
Paterson, youngest son of the late John Paterson, of Colonnade House,

WEBSTER-On June 8, at his son-in-law's residence (W. H. Taylor), Victoria
Street, Durban, Mr. William Webster, of Lower Umgeni, near Maritzburg, aged
63 years.

Transcribed by Ellen Stanton

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