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Family Notices

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¡;trti)a. At Hall Parlr, London, September 27, tke wife of Mr. Charles Joseph Dedrnan, grocer, of a daughter. f+7, itrt-t' a g efs. At St. Matthias' Church, Richmond Hill, Surrey, Sept. 17, by the Rev. Robert Lloyd, (brother to the bridegroom,) George Arthur Lloyd, Esq., Captain in the Royal Monmouthshire Militia, to Mary, widow of Frederick Robinson, Esq., barrister- at-law. At Ticehurst Church, Sussex, by the Rev. J. Ryle, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Claude Bosanquet, Captain liosanquet, R.X., third son of Samuel R. Bosanquet, Esquire, of Dingestow Court, to Caroline Susan, daughter of the late Rev. "William Courthope. At Llansoy Church, August 26, Mary, only daughter of Mr. John Gilbert, Llanolway, to Mr. ITenry Morgan, of Kingcoed. At Bath, Sept. 22, by the Rev. J. IV. Sweeney, Charles, son of the late Henry Mostvn, Esq., of Usk, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. M. Warren. Qratfjs. At Ightfield, Chepstow, Sept. 22, Frances Charlotte Eliza, wife of the Rev. Richard Williams, rector of Roggiett-eum-Ifton and Llanvihangel, Monmouthshire. At Bristol, Sept. 20, Mr. William Watkins, innkeeper, for- merly of the King's Head Inn, Chepstow. At Gloucester Place, Portman Square, London, lately, in the 63rd year of her age, Catherine Mai garette Irene, the beloved wife of Henry Joyce Newark, Esq., and aunt of Mr. Newark Jacombs, formerly of Usk. Also, a fortnight after, in the 42nd year of her age, Eliza, the beloved and second wife of Mr. George Newark, of Coventry, niece and cousin of the above. At Blaenavon, September 23, William, son of Mr. Thomas Morgan, brickmaker, aged 17 years. At Blaenavon, September 25, Mrs. Joan Protheroe, widow, aged 77 years. Deceased was greatly respected in the place. At Florence, Sept. 17, Walter Savage Landor, Esq., of Ipsley Court, Warwickshire, and Llanthony Abbey, Monmouthshire, in his 90 th year. At Pontnewynydd, Trevethin, Sept. 28, Thomas Jones, bailer, aged 28 years. At George street, Pontypool, Sept. 25, Mary Jane, daughter of George Clayfield, shoemaker, aged 6 years. At Pontnewynydd. Sept. 25, Jonathan Brough, haulier, aged 60 years. At Sowhill, Pontypool, Sept. 28, Valentine, son of Uriah Weeks, miner, aged 5 months. [We insert notices of Births; Marriages, and Deaths, FREE OF CHARGE (except marriages containing the words, "No Cards," which are charged 2s.6d. each), and should, there- fore, be glad if the friends of the persons concerned, who wish such announcements to appear in our columns, would forward them direct to the Office, with full address attached. By these means greater accuracy of detail can be ensured than is otherwise possible.]