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Subject: [ZA-IB] Queenstown Free Press (Apr 1896)
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2011 10:17:12 -0800 (PST)
Friday, April 3, 1896
Birth.- At Queenstown, on April 2nd, Mrs. A.D. TUDHOPE of a daughter.
Friday, April 10, 1896
Died.- At Queenstown on April 7th, 1896, Jemmima Saunder ROBERTSON, relict of
J.G. BREMNER, Aged 81 years, 8 months and 15 days.
The funeral of the late Mrs BREMNER took place on Wednesday afternoon, the
cortege was followed by the two sons Messrs J.A. and W. BREMNER, the grand
children and a large number of sorrowing friends.
The funeral services was conducted by the Rev. J.P. RITCHIE, part in the house
and part at the cemetery...
Death of Mr. MELASS
A few issues back we alluded to the accident to Mr A. MELASS at Grahamstown. A
wire was received here on Thursday that Mr MELASS had succumbed to his injuries.
At first he rallied, but the shock to the system was too great, and although
every care and attention that kind friends and the nursing staff at the Hospital
could do, it was without avail.
Mr . MELASS has a brother at Johannesburg, but we have not heard of his being
present at Grahamstown.
Mr. M. ARMSTRONG left for Grahamstown, on Thursday just prior to the news of the
death end being received.
Mr. MELASS had endeared himself to a large circle of friends in Queenstown
during his long residence and will be much missed...
Friday, April 24, 1896
Birth. Ewins.- At Queenstown, on the 22nd inst., the wife of Bernard J. EWINS,
of a Son.
Died,- At Cathcart, 21st April, Constance Fanny, only and beloved child of
Edward and Nora WYLDE, aged 2 months and 11 days.
HODGES.-BRYAN.- At the Wesley Church, Cathcart, on the 23rd inst., by the Rev.
R.R. MILLER, Sidney HODGES, of Bowker’s Park, to Grace BRYAN, daughter of Mr. S.
BRYAN, of Cardiff, Wales.
A quiet wedding took place at Cathcart on Thursday the 23rd inst (yesterday) in
the Wesley church between Mr Sidney HODGES of Bowker’s Park and Cathcart Road,
Queenstown, and Miss Grace BRYAN eldest daughter of Mr S BRYAN of Cardiff and
grand-daughter of the late J BRYAN Esq., C.E. of Newport, Monmouthshire.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. RR MILLER the brother-in-law of the
The bride was given away by her cousin, Mr JB EWINS organist of St Michaels
Church Queenstown and Miss BERRY of Queenstown acted as bridesmaid, Mr Walter
HODGES attending his brother in the capacity of best man...
Tuesday, April 28, 1896
Birth,- At Queenstown, on the 22nd April, 1896, the wife of Mr. Ernest Charles
WOOD, of a Daughter.
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