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South Africa 1891 1 January - March

DOMESTIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

3 January 1891

BIRTHS

HUTTON—On November 25, at Grahamstown, the wife of T. Hutton, Highlands, of a daughter.
IMPEY—On November 29, at Alexandria, the wife of F. W. Impey, of a son.
KEMSLEY—On December 2, at Maytham Hall, Rolvenden, Kent, the wife of Mr. J. Kemsley, of a daughter.
MACKAY—On November 30 (St. Andrew’s Day), at Sydney Street, Kimberley, Mrs. Hugh James Mackay, of a son.
MARAIS—On December 2, at Stellenbosch, the wife of Professor Marais, of a son.
NELLMAPIUS—On November 27, at Pretoria, the wife of Mr. A. H. Nellmapius, of a son.
PETTMAN—On December 1, at the Mission House, Durban, the wife of the Rev. C. Pettman, of a daughter.
WALLACE—On November 29, at Grahamstown, the wife of C. W. Wallace, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

BROOK—BECK—On November 29, at St. Paul’s Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. S. Brook, Ernest Bertham Beck, to Christiana Ann Herbert. (S/B the BECK-HERBERT marriage?)
DIESPECKER—BRADLEY—On December 1, at the Wesleyan Church, Musgrave Road, Durban, by the Rev. C. Pettman, Louis Rudolph Diespecker, of Lourenco Marques, to Ann Elizabeth, second daughter of E. Durbyn Bradley, of Durban.
TAYLOR—MATTHEW—On November 18, at the Presbyterian Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. J. MacPherson, Walter Peat Taylor, of Bootle,  Lancashire, to Isabella Cooper Scott Matthew, of Port Elizabeth.
WARD—HAIG—On Nov. 22, at Wynberg, Captain Walter W. Ward, East Yorkshire Regiment, son of J. J. Ward, late B.C.S. to Phyllis Wolseley Haig, only daughter of the late Major Wolseley Haig, R.A.

DEATHS

ARDEN—On Christmas morning, at Eardley Crescent, South Kensington, London, the Rev. George Arden, M.A., late vicar of Dunsford, Devon, aged 72 years.
COCKERELL—On November 27, at Syringa Villa, Berea, Annie Edith, second and beloved daughter of Alfred Sydney and Emma Cockerell, aged 24 years.
ENSOR—On December 3, at Port Elizabeth, Frances, the beloved wife of Frederick Ensor, District Surgeon, aged 55 years.
FITZGERALD—On November 17, at Umzinto, Gerald Vicars, second son of H. C. Fitzgerald, aged 19 years.
GILLITT—On December 1, at Langefontein, Mrs. W. Gillitt, sen., relict of the late Mr. W. Gillitt, of Emberton, Bucks, England, and mother of Mr. Wm. Gillitt, of Emberton, Natal, aged 90 years.
HAWKINS—On December 28, at 83, Warwick Street, S.W., Charles Hawkins, formerly of the Cape Civil Service, in his 90th year.
LUND—On November 25, of typhoid fever, Sverre, eldest son of Mr. C. D. Lund, at Springfield, near Umgeni, aged 17 years.
MCAULAY—On December 1, at Somerset East, the Rev. Alexander McAulay, late of Finsbury Park, N., in the 73rd year of his age.
ROLFE—On January 1, at 4, Wyvenhoe Road, Peckham, S.E., Elizabeth Horton Rolfe, relict of the late Nicholas Rolfe, formerly of Sellinge, Kent, and late of Lewes, Sussex, in her 87th year.
ROUTH—On November 18, at Durban, Natal, of acute dysentery, Leonce Havilland Isham Routh, Esq. (Mannie), eldest son of Commisary General Leonce Routh. Much beloved and deeply regretted.
ROWBOTHAM—On November 30, Winifred Ann, infant daughter of Benjamin and Jeanette Rowbotham, aged 8 months.
STOW—On November 25, at Uitenhage, Mrs. R. Stow, aged 80 years.
SERF—On December 3, at Cape Town, Mr. J. Serf, aged 75 years.

MISSING RELATIVES

George BATES is sought by his mother, who last heard of him at the Gold Fields, staying at Pilgrim's Rest.
John PERRIN (Charles (Ambrose), late of the Army, went to the gold diggings in 1879, and sent his last letter from Jersulam, Orange Free State. His sister Mary enquires for him.
Robert RYDER went to Port Natal about 1850; his brother (John) is anxious for news of him, or of his wife (Elizabeth), his sons (one named Owen), or his daughter (Rose Ellen).
George LOCK, two years since addressed "Masonic Hall, Port Elizabeth, is inquired for by his parents.
James CHIVELL 10 years since was addressed "Diamond Mines, Kimberley." His sister is anxious to hear from him.
Henry PROSSER left Milford Haven in 1860, and went to Cape Town, thence to Australia. His sister Elizabeth longs to hear from him.
Phoebe PEARCE was last heard of at Bristol four years since. Her father (of Cape Town) is very anxious to find her.
Alfred William DIZNEY, last heard of at the Oriental Hotel, Kimberley, South Africa, five years ago, is desired to send his address for his mother and sisters.
William James GRAY (LEE), of Woking, was in London eight years since, and is supposed to have gone to South Africa. His sister Ellen asks for news.
George ALLDER left London for Cape Town in 1880. His brother asks for news of him.
William and Norrie Joseph CLUTTERBUCK, or their family, are sought. William was a clerk on the East London railway, South Africa, about eight years since.
William H. FISHER, last heard of in Cape Town in 1883. Relatives inquire for him.
John WIGGINS, late of the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, was last heard of about eighteen months ago at Cape Town. His parents would be glad to hear of him.
William W. ABELL was a bedstead maker at Cape Town 11 years ago. His sister Nellie inquires for him.
Henry JACKMAN, of Woking, formerly in Sir Donald Currie's service, is sought by his sister Ellen, who last heard of him about 1879. He has lost the middle finger of his right hand.
James S. WOODROW, when last heard of, lived at Pilgrim's Rest, Transvaal. His brother Fred asks for news of him.
Albert Alfred CHURCHILL left London in 1876 to join the Cape Mounted Rifles. His widowed mother seeks him.

10 January 1891

BIRTHS

ALLAN—On December 8, at the Presbyterian Manse, Johannesburg, the wife of Rev. Allan, of a son.
BERKEMEIER—On December 10, at Cape Town, the wife of Mr. E. Berkemeier, of a son.
BUCKINGHAM—On December 9, at Wynberg, the wife of Mr. J. Buckingham, of a son.
CLIFTON—On December 2, at Kiet’s Avenue, Berea, Durban, the wife of Mr. T. Clifton, of a daughter.
JENNINGS—On December 12, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. James E. Jennings, of a daughter.
KEMSLEY—On December 2, at Maytham Hall, Rolvenden, Kent, the wife of Mr. J. Kemsley, of a daughter.
KNIGHT—On January 4, at Horner Grange, West Hill, Sydenham, the wife of Mr. W. Knight, of a son.

MARRIAGES

BLAKE—EDKINS—On December 11, at the residence of the bride, Beaufort Street, Grahamstown, by the Rev. Henry Cotton, Edwin Blake, of Yoxall, Staffordshire, England, to Charlotte (Lottie), third daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Edkins, of Grahamstown.
BROOKES—WALDIE—On December 3, at St. Thomas’s Church, Berea, Durban, by the Rev. S. J. Clements, James M. Brookes, N. G. Railways, Durban, to Sarah Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late John Hosking, C.E., M.I.C.E., of Gateshead-on-Tyne, and widow of the late Andrew F. Waldie, of Darlington, Durban.
KNEE—HARE—On December 1, at St. John’s Church, Philip Knee, F.R.G.S., late General Manager of the Delagoa Bay and East African Railway, and late H.B.M. Vice-Consul for Delagoa Bay, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Major George Hare, C.B.
LLOYD—ACUTT—On December 3, at Barberton, Transvaal, Hugh Wroughton, third son of the late General B. P. Lloyd, to Juliana (Mytt), youngest daughter of John Acutt, Esq., Berea, Natal.

DEATHS

AYLIFF—On December 15, at her residence, “Greystone,” Grahamstown, Susannah, widow of the late Honourable Jonathan Ayliff, Colonial Secretary.
BROWN—On December 6, at Kimberley, Francis Brown, Barrister of the Eastern Districts’ Court, aged 44 years.
CURRIN—On December 15, at Grahamstown, Sarah Currin, relict of Richard Currin, aged 59.
DELL—On December 3, at Barville Park, Samuel William Dell, aged 74 years.
FLETCHER—On December 12, at Knight Street, Kimberley, Lilian Henrietta, wife of Herbert Fletcher, and daughter of Mr. Justice Cole.
FRASER—On December 5, at the Government Hospital, Durban, of acute dysentery, Alexander, second son of Wm. Fraser, coach proprietor, Edinburgh, aged 22 years.
HART—At Delagoa Bay, Eduard, eldest son of W. W. and R. Hart, of Durban, aged 38 years.
HAWKINS—On December 4, Arthur Caesar Hawkins, late Royal Scots, and Subsequently Resident Magistrate at Natal, son of the late Sir John C. Hawkins, Bart., aged 74 years.
ILES—On December 9, at Pretoria, by drowning, Alexander, third son of the late Albert Iles, M.D., The Croft House, Fairford, Gloucestershire, aged 36 years.
MAITLAND—On January 5, at Crookham, Hants, General Charles Lennox Brownlow Maitland, C.B., aged 67 years, eldest son of the late General Sir Peregrine and Lady Sarah Maitland.
PATTLE—On December 11, at Butterworth, Thomas Philip Marmaduke, only son of the late General Thomas Pattle, C.B.
TURNOR—On January 4, at his residence, Derwent Lodge, Dartmouth, Edward Marsh, eldest son of the late Richard Turnor, Esq., of Kingsworth Lodge, Winchester.
WELSH—At Melton, Peddie, Millicent, relict of Henry Welsh, of Leicestershire, England, in her 83rd year.

17 January 1891

BIRTHS  (Illegible)

MARRIAGES (1st two Illegible)

HURRELL—DEARSLEY--    On January 10, at St. Saviour’s St. George’s Square, London, by the Rev. Henry Washington, William Hurrell, of Barberton, eldest son of the late William Hurrell, Esq., of Arkesden, Essex, to Florence Annie, youngest daughter of David Dearsley, Esq., of Denbigh Street, S.W.
JOHNSTON—PATTERSON—On December 11, at Johannesburg, Duncan Stuart Johnston to Ada Sabina Patterson
KERSHAW—MANN—On December 16, at Durban, by the Rev. W. H. Mann, Charles Edward Kershaw, of the Transvaal, eldest son of the late J. T. Kershaw, C.E., of Norfolk Street, Strand, and Canonbury, London, to Jane Ann, eldest daughter of the late Aldridge Mann, of Holborn and Myddleton Square, London.
KIESER—ROOS—On December 16, at the D. R. Church, Beaconsfield, by the Rev. A. P. Kriel, Benjamin William, younger son of John Kieser, Esq., of Dutoitspan, to Susan, daughter of F. Roos, of Wesselton.
TANNER—ROYSTON—On December 13, at St. George’s Cathedral, Madras, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Madras, assisted by the Rev. J. K. Morley, M.A., Domestic Chaplain, the Rev. Henry James Tanner, M.A., Rugby-Fox Master, Noble College, Masulipatam, younger son of the Rev. Charles Tanner, Vicar of St. Matthew, Gosport, to Louisa Frances, eldest daughter of the Right Rev. Bishop Royston, late of Mauritius.
THOMAS—CORBETT—On December 10, at the Baptist Church, Johannesburg, by the Rev. W. E. Kelly, William Christian Thomas (formerly of Grahamstown), to Lucy Anne Corbett (formerly of Cradock).

DEATHS        

BROWN—On December 5, at Arcadia, Pretoria, Douglas Montague, the third son of W. and E. Brown, aged 9 months and 5 days.
COOPER—On December 10, at Richmond, Natal, Marian Alethe Cecelia, eldest daughter of Arnold W. Cooper, aged 13 years.
DELL—On December 3, at Barville Parke, Grahamstown, Samuel William Dell, aged 74 years and 8 months.
EDWARDES—On December 9, at Cape Town, Captain Bidwell Edwardes, late of 37th and 58th Regiments.
FARRAR—On December 10, at the residence of Mrs. Stern, Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban, William Burman Farrar, aged 27, only son of Mr. Thomas Farrar, of Honley, Yorkshire, England.
HOFMEYR—On December 10, at Pretoria, Hendrik Johannes Hofmeyr, eldest son of S. V. Hofmeyr, of Cape Town.
ROBERTSON—On December 10, at Maritzburg, Marjorie Frances, youngest daughter of Rev. W. E., and Mrs. Robertson, Richmond.
SIMPSON—On December 15, at Webb Street, Kimberley, Carl Marthinus Simpson, formerly of Cape Town, aged 54 years.
SUCKLING—On January 9, at Mortlake, Mary Laura Suckling, widow of Major Suckling, of the 1st Royal Scots and 90th Regiments, in her 89th year.
SULLIVAN—On January 12, at 3, Leamington Road Villas, Westbourne Park, W., Hester Elizabeth, wife of the late Richard James Sullivan, Madras Civil Service, and eldest daughter of the late P. I. Cloete, of Zandvliet, Cape of Good Hope.
WOLFENDEN—On December 1, at Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban, aged 72, Anne, widow of John Wolfenden, late of Manchester, England.

24 January 1891

BIRTHS

ANGOVE—On December 18, at St. George’s Terrace, Port Elizabeth,  the wife of Mr. John Angove, of a daughter.
BROOKER—On December 20, at Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. William Brooker, of a son.
DUGMORE—On December 24, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. H. Dugmore, of a son.
MEYER—On December 10, at Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. H. T. Meyer, of Humansdorp, of a daughter.
RUBENSTEIN—On December 17, at Kimberley, the wife of Mr. E. Rubenstein, of a son.
TURNER—On December 17, at Will Brook Estcourt, the wife of Mr. Edward J. Turner, of a daughter.
WATSON—On December 19, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. A. Watson, of White Klip, of a daughter.
WATSON—On December 14, at Hatley, Town Bush Valley, Maritzburg, the wife of Mr. F. W. A. Watson, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

BEGEMANN—BAKER—On December 17, at Pretoria, by the Rev. Underwood, Wesleyan Minister, Marttines Andreas Begemann, of Johannesburg, to Matilda Maude, third daughter of Mr. George Baker, of Grahamstown.
HURRELL—DEARSLEY—On January 10, at St. Saviour’s, St. George’s Square, London, by the Rev. Henry Washington, William Hurrell, of Barberton, South Africa, eldest son of the late William Hurrell, of Arkesden, Essex, to Florence Annie, youngest daughter of David Dearsley, Esq., of Denbigh Street, S.W.
HUTCHINS—WALKER—On January 15, at St. Mary’s, Bathwick, Bath, by the Rev. Arthur Hutchins, assisted by the Rev. G. Tugwell, Violet Beatrice, youngest daughter of F. J. Walker, of The Priory, Bathwick, Bath, to David Ernest Hutchins, of Knysna, Cape Colony.
KERSHAW—MANN—On December 16, at Durban, by the Rev. W. H. Mann, Charles Edward Kershaw, of Mashanghaan’s Rest, Transvaal, eldest son of the late J. T. Kershaw, C.E., of Norfolk Street, Strand, and Canonbury, London, to Jane Ann, eldest daughter of the late Aldridge Mann, of Holborn, and Myddleton Square, London.
NATHAN—RAPAPORT—On December 24, at Johannesburg, by the father of the bride, Ada Deborah Rapaport, to Max Nathan.
PROKSCH—FUCHS—On December 22, at the residence of Mrs. Rathfelder, Pretoria, Frances Fuchs, youngest daughter of Joseph Fuchs, Esq., formerly of Prague, and now of Beaconsfield, Kimberley, to Frank Proksch, Esq., eldest son of Captain Proksch, of Vienna and Kimberley.
SHIELS—BOTHMA—On December 17, at Klerksdorp, James Shiels to Danie Bothma.
SOLOMON—RAPAPORT—On December 23, at Johannesburg, by the father of the bride, Rosa Miriam Rapaport to Harry Solomon.

DEATHS

BROOKER—On December 23, at Devonshire House, Port Elizabeth, Eliza, wife of William Brooker, aged 37 years.
DONET—On December 20, at Kimberley, Isabella, the beloved daughter of Mr. A. Donet, late of Port Elizabeth.
DOUGHERTY—On December 20, at the residence of his father, Bellair, Francis Gerald, eldest son of Mr. H. Dougherty, aged 28 years.
ELPHINSTONE—On January 14, at St. Leonard’s, Elizabeth Julia, wife of Sir Howard Elphinstone, Bart.
FRANKLIN—On December 19, at his parents’ residence, Chapel Street, Maritzburg, George Lewin Franklin, aged 31 years.
HART—At Delagoa Bay, Edward, eldest son of W. W. and R. Hart, of Durban, aged 38 years.
HAYES—On December 29, on board the Garth Castle, on his voyage home from Cape Town, Mr. Thomas D. Hayes, of Plumstead Road, Plumstead, aged 58 years.
LYNSKY—On December 28, at Grahamstown, Agnes Ellen, second daughter of the late Michael Lynsky, in her 23rd year.
NORRIS—On December 13, at Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. S. C. Norris, aged 41 years.
PEACOCK—On December 11, at Inanda, Thomas George Charles Peacock, of Maritzburg, eldest son of Charles Crabbe Peacock, aged 25 years.
RYAN—On December 17, at Grahamstown, Michael Ryan, of Co. Longford, Ireland, in his 65th year.
TEE—On December 20, at Port Elizabeth, Arthur Ernest Tee, youngest son of the late John Tee, aged 26 years.
WAVELL—On January 16, at 147, Buckingham Palace Road, Colonel Arthur Henry Wavell, late of the 41st (the Welsh) Regt., and A. A.G. Dublin District, eldest son of the late Major-General Wavell, K.F., K.C.S., F.R.S., aged 54.
WYLIE—On December 23, at Wynberg, Cape of Good Hope, Elspeth Macleod, younger daughter of Arthur Kinnaird and Agnes Jean Wylie, aged four years and five months.

31 January 1891

BIRTHS

DUGMORE—On December 24, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. H. Dugmore, of a son.
HART—On December 28, at Sidbury, the wife of Mr. Edward Hart, of a daughter.
KILPATRICK—On December 24, at Fort England, Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. W. H. Kilpatrick, of a daughter.
KYLE—On December 19, at Verulam, the wife of Mr. J. Kyle, of a son.
MAGGS—On December 25, at Pretoria, the wife of Mr. Joseph Maggs, of a daughter.
SMITH—On Christmas Day, at Koch Street, Pretoria, the wife of Mr. J. J. Smith, of a daughter.
WATSON—On December 19, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. A. Watson, of White Klip, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

BEGEMANN—BAKER—On December 17, at Pretoria, by the Rev. Underwood, Wesleyan Minister, Marttines Andreas Begemann, of Johannesburg, to Matilda Maude, third daughter of Mr. George Baker, of Grahamstown.
BOND—WILLIAMS—On December 23, at Kanye, Protectorate, Charles Wallace Bond to Annie Eliza Williams.
CAVANAGH—SMITH—On December 30, at Pretoria, by special licence, James Cavanagh to Minnie Smith.
CHAPLIN—KINSMAN—On December 27, at St. Cyrpian’s, by the Rev. H. Johnston, assisted by the Rev. E. W. Bibby, Arthur Henry, eldest son of Mr. Frank Chaplin, Worcester, England, to Ada, second daughter of Mr. W. H. Kinsman, Durban.
FITCHAT—TRIBE—On December 31, at Grahamstown, John , second son of James Fitchat, to Lydia Clara, second daughter of the late William Tribe, both of Grahamstown.
MARKHAM—ELGIN—On December 25, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by the Rev. E. Nuttall, Frank Godfrey Markham, eldest son of the late F. G. Markham, to Agnes Mary Elgin, eldest daughter of John Elgin, of Durban.
PARKER—PAGE—On December 24, at Commemoration Church, by the Rev. J. Pendlebury, Alfred Easthope, eldest son of the late Mr. Parker, Cape Town, to Louisa Jane (Addie), third daughter of Mr. Joseph E. Page, of Oak Lodge, Grahamstown.

DEATHS

BENTLEY—On December 23, at the Berea Road, William Cortis, the infant son of Edmund T. and Isabel P. Bentley, aged three months and 23 days.
CROSBY—On December 18, at Tarkastad, of typhoid fever, Mrs. Will Crosby, aged 29 years.
DOUGHERTY—On December 30, at Grahamstown, Henry James Dougherty, in his 38th year.
ELIOTT—On January 26, at 3, Leamington Road Villas, Westbourne Park, W. Rykie Sophia, wife of the late Edward Frederick Eliott, of the Madras Civil Service, and daughter of P. I. Cloete, of Zandvliet, Cape of Good Hope.
ETHERINGTON—On December 10, very suddenly, at Bremersdorp, Swazieland, Edward Sydney, third son of Charles Etherington, aged 29.
FAYERS—On December 27, at Glencoe Junction, Natal, Winifred Amy, the much beloved daughter of Thomas and Maria Fayers, aged four years.
LEONARD—On December 23, at his residence, Oatlands, Grahamstown, John Leonard, aged 72 years.
LYNSKY—On December 28, at Grahamstown, after a long and painful illness, Agnes Ellen, second daughter of the late Michael Lynskey, in her 23rd year.
SMITH—On January 27, at 24, South Eaton Place, S.W., General the Hon. Sir Leicester Smyth, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., &c., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar, aged 61 years.
WALLIS—On January 1, at Grahamstown, Daisy Merlyne, the dearly beloved infant daughter of Rowland W. and J. H. Wallis, aged four months and 20 days.
WHEELDON—On December 31, at Kei Road, Nora Olive, beloved infant daughter of Fred. and Annie Wheeldon.

7 February 1891

BIRTHS

BEATTY—On January 7, at Klerksdorp, the wife of Mr. W. L. Beatty, of a daughter.
BOWKER—On January 3, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. B. Bowker, of a son.
DALLDORF—On January 2, at Hope Villa, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. J. W. Dalldorf, of a son.
DICKINSON—On January 6, at Lincoln Cottage, Beaconsfield, the wife of Mr. Charles Dickinson, of a daughter.
HART—On December 28, at Sidbury, the wife of Mr. Edward Hart, of a daughter.
HEMSWORTH—On January 2, at Beaconsfield, the wife of Mr. Harry Hemsworth, of a daughter.
HUGHES—On January 8, at Cricket Street, Park Road, the wife of Mr. Hugh Hughes, of Johannesburg, of a daughter.
MACGREGOR—On January 9, at Delport Villa, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Robert MacGregor, of a son.
NAYLOR—On January 4, at the Railway Refreshment Rooms, Vryburg, the wife of Mr. Thomas Naylor, of a son.
REED—On January 7, at Beaconsfield, the wife of Mr. B. Reed, of a son.
RICKETTS—On January 1, at Potchefstroom, the wife of Mr. C. H. Ricketts, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

BOND—WILLIAMS—On December 23, at Kanye, Bechuanaland Protectorate, Charles Wallace Bond, to Annie Eliza Williams.
BOYES—SPOONER—On January 8, at S. Cyprian’s, Kimberley, by the Rev. J. Deacon, Andrew William Boyes, of Stellenbosch, son of the late Mr. William Boyes, Cape Town, to Jessie Spooner, daughter of the late Mr. Frederick Spooner, Cape Town.
DASHWOOD—ARUNDEL—On January 2, at Driefontein, Witwatersrand, by the Rev. Appelbe, Joseph, youngest son of F. L. Dashwood, Queen’s Town, to Annie Margaret, second daughter of C. S. Arundel, of Driefontein.
PARKER—PAGE—On December 24, at Commemoration Church, Grahamstown, by the Rev. J. Pendlebury, Alfred Easthope, eldest son of the late Mr. Parker, Cape Town, to Louisa Jane (Addie), third daughter of Mr. Joseph E. Page, of Oak Lodge, Grahamstown.
PLOWRIGHT—SHEPHERD—On January 1, at Pretoria, Transvaal, by the Rev. J. Gray, Wharton, son of J. D. Plowright, Durban, to Lillian Alice Shepherd, of Upper Norwood, England.
WHITE—WHITE—On January 4, at St. Paul’s, Durban, by the Rev. T. A. Lindon, William Francis White, of Zululand, to Louie, youngest daughter of Colonel S. Dewe White, Bath, England.

DEATHS

BOURKE—On January 6, at Pretoria, Norah, eldest daughter of E. F. Bourke, aged 8 years and 10 months.
HEATHCOTE—On December 23, at Adelaide, Helen Pauline, second daughter of James Norman and Henrietta Heathcote, in the 11th year of her age.
JONES—On January 4, at Addington, Natal, M. E. H. Jones (May), eldest daughter of J. W. and S. M. Jones, aged 15 years.
SMITH—At Port Elizabeth, James Smith, aged 36 years.
TUNMER—On January 2, at the residence of her father, at Congella, Amy, daughter of H. T. Tunmer, aged 22 years.

MISSING RELATIVES

Henry, Tom, and Albert Edward YEATMAN are sought by their sister Polly. The first two went to the Cape in 1861, and Albert was born there. In 1879, Henry and Albert were in King William's Town; in 1880, Tom was in Durban.
Charles Llewellyn RoOBERTS, chemist, living in Pietermaritzburg 1873, Biggarsburg 1884, Ladysmith 1886, Roode Bloem 1887, in which last-named place he was in the employ of Mr. D. Van Rooyen, is sought by his brother, Maurice Roberts, of 34, Crooked Billet, Wimbledon, Surrey.
Frederick HUNT was last heard of on August 22, 1888, in Natal. His mother is anxious to hear from him.
Albert Edward FORD (was in the Army) was at the Cape, and at one time kept a general shop. His brother Charles seeks him.
George PHILLIPS, of Truro, was at the Cape in 1862. His sister Eliza asks for news of him.
James HARRISON, of Donhead St. Andrew, near Salisbury, left home in 1873. Three years ago he was at Johannesburg Gold Fields. His mother is anxious for news.
William Henry HILL, stonemason, went to the Cape in the Matilda Athling, and was last heard of in May, 1869, at Queen's Town. His brother Charles would be glad of news.
William REYNOLDS eight years ago was at Pretoria, and said he was going to the Diamond Fields. He went to South Africa as private servant to Sir G. Wolseley. His brother Alfred seeks him.
Charles BATTERHAM (DALTON), of the Cape Mounted Rifles, Grahamstown, has not been heard of since 1864. His widowed mother and brother seek news.
Edward HOLDSWORTH sent his last letter on April 4 last from P.O. Durban. His brother asks for news.
James SNOWBALL, sailed from Hull to join the Cape Mounted Rifles in October, 1880, and afterwards went to the gold diggings. His brother enquires.
Christopher COFORD, of Shadwell, left Gravesend about 50 years ago, and was last heard of at the Cape, on the Berkshire. His brother Harry asks for news.
J. S. BROWN, baker, of Pietermaritzburg, Natal, was in Umtata, October 5, 1881, then belonging to Baker's Horse. His sister asks for news.
The daughter of Mrs. Mary BROWN (STEWART), who left Glasgow for Natal in 1850, would like to hear from some of her relatives.
Gustavus Robert BLANCH was last heard of at Kimberley, where he had been for many years. His sister Harriet enquires for him.
James John WIGGINS, late of the 6th Dragoons, who was last heard of at Cape Town 18 months ago, is sought by his anxious parents.
Mrs. Ellen RICHARDSON (wife of Arthur R., builder, formerly of Tottenham, late of Cape Town) is asked to communicate with her sister Lizzie.

14 February 1891

BIRTHS

ARNOT—At Manning Road, Berea, Durban, the wife of Mr. C. Arnot, Johannesburg, of a daughter.
BAGSHAW—On January 12, at Wheelton House, Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Thomas Ponsonby Bagshaw, of a daughter.
FARQUHARSON—On January 17, at The Cliff, Colombo, Ceylon, the wife of Mr. J. C. Farquharson, Accountant Ceylon Government Railways, of a son.
FRAMES—On January 7, at Jagersfontein, O.F.S., Mrs. S. H. Frames, of twins (son and daughter).
HALL—On January 9, at Berea, Durban, the wife of Mr. W. J. Hall, of a son.
HOLWELL—On January 9, at Essendene, the wife of Mr. C. A. Holwell, of a daughter.
KING—On January 13, at Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. J. C. King, of a daughter.
LOUW—On December 31, at the Berea, Barberton, the wife of Mr. G. J. Louw, Chief of Railway Police, of a son.
SCANLEN—On January 19, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. W. R. Scanlen, of a son.

MARRIAGES

CHAMEN—HAMMOND—On January 6, at St. Cuthbert’s Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. J. F. Sinden, George, eldest son of the late R. Tewkesbury Chamen, of Charminster, Dorset, to Elizabeth Frances, second daughter of the late Charles Hammond, of Port Elizabeth.
MACKAY—KENWORTHY—On January 8, at the residence of the bride’s mother, James H. Mackay, of Johannesburg, to Frances, second daughter of the late Jonathan Kenworthy, of Durban.
TOMKINS—DEWRANCE—On January 12, at St. Cyprian’s Church, Durban, by the Rev. H. Johnson, Charles William, eldest son of Mr. Charles Tomkins, of Grove Park, Lee, Kent, to Florence Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Mossop Dewrance, of Durban.

DEATHS

CLUNES—On January 11, at Queen Street, Durban, Mary Bruce Clunes, third daughter of J. Clunes, aged 5 years and 3 months.
GREENLEES—On January 11, at Grahamstown, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Daniel Greenlees, aged 41 years and 9 months, leaving a sorrowing husband and a large family to mourn their loss.
HELPS—On January 25, at his residence, 22, Crouch Street, Colchester, James Hanbury Helps, aged 63 years.
MAY—On January 6, at Little Grey Street, Durban, Henry John (Lally), second son of H. J. May, aged 16 years.

21 February 1891

BIRTHS

BALDWIN—On January 12, at Johannesburg, the wife of Mr. J. H. Baldwin, of a son.
BARRETT—On January 13, at De Aar, the wife of Mr. W. H. Barrett, of a daughter.
BEYNON—On January 13, at Kimberley, the wife of Mr. G. Beynon, of a daughter.
BREMNER—On January 14, at Queenstown, the wife of J. A. Bremner, of a daughter.
FOTHERINGHAM—On January 22, at George, the wife of Alec A. Fotheringham, of Grahamstown, of a son.
GOODWIN—On January 23, at Belgravia, Kimberley, the wife of T. W. Goodwin, of a son.
MAEDER—On January 18, Mrs. G. A. Maeder, Victoria West, of a son.
REUNERT—On January 21, at Lennox Street, Kimberley, the wife of Frederick Reunert, of a son.
SCANLEN—On January 19, at Grahamstown, the wife of W. R. Scanlen, of a son.
SIM—On January 11, at Colenso, the wife of George Sim, N.G. Railway, Ladysmith, of a son.
STONELL—On January 15, at Point Road, Addington, Durban, the wife of W. H. Stonell, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

ANDERSON—BARRY—On Jan. 21, at S. Peter’s Mowbray, John Anderson, of Port Elizabeth, to Johanna (Joan) Petronella, eldest daughter of Mr. Michael Barry, merchant, Cape Town.
BENINGFIELD—DE VILLIERS—On January 16, at St. Saviour’s Cathedral,  Pietermaritzburg, by the Rev. Banks, Samuel R. T. Beningfield, eldest son of the late W. Benningfield, to Alice Maud Husskinson, youngest daughter of the late Henry de Villiers, of Kimberley.
HARRIS—WEIDEMANN—On January 19, at Cape Town, Mr. G. Harris to Miss A. J. A. Weidemann.
LEWIS—SOLOMON—On January 21, at Sea Point, Cape Town, Mr. A. J. S. Lewis to Miss J. Solomon.
MCGREGOR—DAVIES—On January 13, at Swellendam, Mr. J. B. McGregor to Miss A. A. Davies.
MANSERGH—VAN OUDTSHOORN—On January 22, at Wynberg, Mr. C. L. W., to Miss S. Van R. Van Oudtshoorn.
PARDY—MACK—On January 14, at S. James’ Church, Isipingo, by the Ven. Archdeacon Shears, George Peter Pardy, of Tongaat, to Alice Sophia, second daughter of Mr. James Mack of Isipingo.
SAVORY—HIRST—On January 15, at St. John’s, Sydenham, by the Rev. Thomas Goodwin, Samuel Henry Savory, eldest son of Wm. H. Savory, Durban, to Mariam Alexandria, third daughter of the late Ira Hirst, professor of music, Durban.

DEATHS

CLUNES—On January 11, at Queen’s Street, Durban, Mary Bruce Clunes, lovingly and dearly beloved daughter of John and Isabella Clunes, aged 5 years and 3 months.
DUNCAN—On January 11, at Queenstown, Isabella Thom, wife of Mr. James Duncan, at the age of 50 years.
FAIRBROTHER—On January 14, at Vryburg, of sunstroke, Thomas Richard Fairbrother, youngest son of the late J. C. Fairbrother, in his 17 year deeply regretted.
HEATHCOTE—On 15 inst., at the residence of Mrs. Hyde, Aller Park, Ladysmith, Thomas Munro Heathcote, aged 42 years.
MCKAY—On January 22, at Parson’s Lane, West End, Kimberley, McLeod McKay, son of Malcolm McKay.
PORTER—On January 22, at Grahamstown, Annie, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Porter, of Bedford.
SHAPLEY—On January 11, at Greyton, Leonard Henry, infant son of H. S. M. Shapely, aged 3 months.

28 February 1891

BIRTHS

BEHRENS—On January 19, at Pietermaritzburg, the wife of Mr. C. G. Behrens, of a son.
BLACKBEARD—On January 26, at Palapye, the wife of Mr. Walter Blackbeard, of a son.
BROOME—On January 18, at Pietermaritzburg, the wife of Mr. William Broome, of a son.
BRUCE—On January 26, at Grahamstown, the wife of Rev. W. R. Bruce, Southwell, of a son.
COLLEGE-MALCOLM—On January 19, at Dundee Coalfields, Mrs. A. M. College-Malcolm, of a daughter.
FERGUSON—On February 24, at 42, Abbot Road, Poplar, London, the wife of Mr. John H. Ferguson, engineer R.M.S. Methven Castle, of a son.
HICKEY—On January 21, at Queenstown, the wife of Mr. J. G. Hickey, of a son.
MITCHELL—On January 26, at East London, the wife of Mr. R. Mitchell, of a daughter.
PAYN—On January 10, at Oliphant’s Hoek, Griqualand East, the wife of Mr. A. F. Payn, of a daughter.
REIN—On January 29, at East London, the wife of Mr. Robert Rein, of a son.

MARRIAGES

EVANS—VON DER HEYDE—On January 21, at Eastlands, East Griqualand, by the Rev. Oxley Oxland, Frederick Lavington Evans, of Pretoria, second son of the late Frederick Evans, late of Leytonstone, Essex, to Clara Charlotte, second daughter of Leopold Von der Heyde.
INNES—PALMER—On January 27, at St. Cuthbert’s Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. J. Sinden, Herbert Rose Innes, son of Allen Rose Innes, of H.M. Customs, to Ethel Louisa Palmer, eldest daughter of Mr. John Palmer, of Port Elizabeth.
RAWBONE—DANIELS—On January 29, at Cape Town, Mr. T. M. Rawbone to Miss A. C. Daniels.
THOMAS—WILMOT—On January 28, at St. Patrick’s R. C. Cathedral, Grahamstown, by the Most Rev. Bishop Ricards, V.A., assisted by Rev. Father Rizzonelli, Dr. Cadwallader Philip Thomas, B.A., of Balliol College, Oxford, to Pauline Mary, eldest daughter of the Hon. Alexander Wilmot, M.L.C., of Grahamstown.
WEBSTER—BURROWS—On January 10, at Anenous, Namaqualand, Mr. J. M. Webster to Miss J. Burrows.

DEATHS

FITCHAT—On February 2, at the residence of her father, Grahamstown, Isabella, the sixth daughter of Mr. James Fitchat, aged 16 years and 9 months.
HUMPHREY—On January 28, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Wedderburn, Grahamstown, Margaret Mary Humphrey (born Wills), relict of Captain Tyler, Master Mariner, aged 77 years.
PORTER—On January 22, at Grahamstown, Annie, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Porter, of Bedford, aged 33 years.
REIN—On January 21, at Keiskama Hoek, Herbert Wilhelm Heinrich, infant son of Julius and Annie Rein, of Queenstown.
WAKEFIELD—On January 24, at East London, Amelia (Milly), the beloved wife of S. T. Wakefield, aged 29 years.

7 March 1891

BIRTHS

ANDERTON—On January 25, at Durban, the wife of Mr. James E. Anderton, of a son.
CARTER—On January 23, at Plessis Laager, the wife of Mr. Thomas Carter, of a daughter.
CLARENCE—On January 30, at the Ruins, Stanger, the wife of Mr. L. W. Clarence, of a daughter.
CLOWE—On February 1, at Kenilworth, the wife of Mr. Thomas Crowe, of a daughter.
EDWARDS—On January 9, at Johannesburg, the wife of Mr. W. Wheatland Edwards, of a son.
HICKEY—On January 21, at Queenstown, the wife of Mr. J. G. Hickey, of a son.
JOHNSON—On January 23, at Umgeni, the wife of Mr. J. J. Johnson, of a son (prematurely).
SAVILLE—On January 29, at Mount Edgecombe, Victoria County, the wife of Mr. W. Saville, of a son.
SMITH—On January 31, at Pietermaritzburg, the wife of Mr. Robert Smith, Zwaartkop, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

DUNCAN—FERGUSON—On January 23, at the Clarendon Hotel, Durban, by the Rev. W. J. Hardy, M.A., Alexander Duncan, Maritzburg, to Mary Maismith, daughter of George Ferguson, Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
DU TOIT—SPAFFORD—On February 25, at Worcester, Cape Colony, Alphonse Pierre Nicolas du Toit, of the Transvaal, Judge of the Supreme Court, and of the Middle Temple, London, to Bessie, second daughter of George Spafford, of Wilderspool Hall, Urmston, near Manchester.
HOWELLS—JONES—On February 2, by special licence, at S. Cyprian’s Church, Durban, by the Rev. H. Johnson, James Walter, eldest son of James Howells, of Surrey, England, to Martha, youngest daughter of Thomas Jones, of Gloucestershire, England.
REES—BRINK—On February 7, at St. John’s Church, Wynberg, by the Rev. H. H. Hanham, Frank Rees, of Cape Town, to Rose Lange Brink, daughter of the late J. S. O. Brink, M.L.A.
WARREN—ADAMS—On February 4, at Johannesburg, James Frances McLean Warren to Cecilia Mary (Lily) Adams.

DEATHS

ADAM—On February 8, at Grahamstown, Peter Adam, aged 55 years.
ARNAUD—At Delagoa Bay, X. A. Arnaud, late of Durban, aged 48 years.
BIRKETT—On January 24, at Newcastle, Horace Francis, second son of F. J. and S. A. Birkett, aged 16 months.
BROWN—On January 27, at Aberdeen, Cape Colony, William Thomas Brown, aged 51 years, 6 months, 23 days.
BRUHNS—On January 26, at Vryburg, Dolly, infant daughter of C. and S. Bruhns.
FITCHAT—On February 2, at the residence of her father, Grahamstown, Isabella, the sixth daughter of Mr. James Fitchat, in her 17th year.
FOSS—On January 30, at Verulam, Renee Coral, dearly beloved child of John and Alice Foss, aged 9 months.
KYNOCH—On February 28, at Johannesburg, George Kynoch, Esq., M.P., of Aston Manor, Birmingham.
MURRAY—On January 28, at Maraisburg, District of Cradock, P. J. Murray, formerly of Green Bushes, at the age of 40 years.
NUNN—On February 22, at 33, Church Street, Maritzburg, suddenly of heart disease, Thomas Nunn, aged 60 years.
PINE—On February 25, at 59, Wimpole Street, W., Sir Benjamin Chilly Campbell Pine, K.C.M.G., of Garail, Argyllshire, aged 77 years.
POWELL—On February 6, at Carisbrooke, Kingsmead Road, Tulse Hill, Matilda Spencer, widow of the Rev. William Powell, late vicar of St. Paul’s, Herne Hill, S.E., in her 81st year.
TUPPER—In January, 1891, drowned in the Marico River, Frederick Richmond, eldest son of the late Richmond Tupper, of Coggeshall, Essex, in his 21st year.
YOUNG—On February 8, at Grahamstown, William Young, aged 79 years.

MISSING RELATIVES

Mrs. MILLER (Eliza CLEMENTS) in 1881 lived at Grahamstown. Her mother wishes to hear of her.
Alfred GOODRUM, of Norfolk, went to South Africa in 1882, and three years since was a painter at Pretoria. His mother longs for tidings of him.
Mrs. MacDONOUGH (PEARCE) left England with Sir H. Robinson's family for Cape Town, in 1880, and in 1882 married and went to Kimberley. Her sister Jane enquires for her.
Edward WEATHERLEY was living at 11, Waterman Street, Cape Town, when last heard of. His sister Catherine would like to hear of him.
Alexander R. CAMERON in October, 1886, was working for a Dutch farmer at Potchefstroom. His mother seeks him.
Elizabeth BICKELL, on May 9, 1880, left London in the Grantully Castle for South Africa. Sister Harriet enquires.
Mary Ann BOLDING (OLIVE) in March, 1879, sailed in the Conway Castle for Cape Town, and was afterwards married at Kimberley. Her brother Henry seeks her.
Thomas STAPLES (late bandsman, 17th Lancers), supposed to be in East London, is sought by Gunner G. Roberts, Victorian Artillery.
William Henry PULLEN is asked to write to his sisters, Emily and Susannah Pullen (married name FEMELL), as they are anxious to hear of his whereabouts. When last heard of was living in 12, Havelock Street, York Road, King's Cross, London. Last letter received in Grahamstown.
Fred COUCHMAN left Chatham 12 years ago, and in 1885 wrote from the Masonic Hotel, Grahamstown. His sister Eliza enquires for him.
Charles WEBB is enquired for by his brothers and sisters. He was staying, about 1860, at the Railway Inn, Cape Town.
James Keyworth FLINT, who sailed in the Athenian for South Africa in 1882, is sought by his cousin, L. GLOVER. He is believed to have gone out under the name of THOMLINSON.
George Dane SMITH (late of training ship Warspite,) was at the Sailor's Home at Cape Town in January, 1881. His Aunt Oliver is anxious for news of him.
George SMITH, late steward of S. S. Umtata, wrote from Mrs. Gilbert's, Pine Terrace, Durban in December, 1888, that he was coming home, and has not since been heard of. His children (Fred and Dora) are very anxious.
William GOODALL was with Mr. Hanley, Port Paddy, about four years ago. His brother Richard inquires for him.
Henry, Tom, and Albert Edward YEATMAN are sought by their sister Polly. The first two went to the Cape in 1861, and Albert was born there. In 1879, Henry and Albert were in King William's Town; in 1880, Tom was in Durban.
Albert Edward FORD (was in the Army) was at the Cape, and at one time kept a general shop. His brother Charles seeks him.

14 March 1891

BIRTHS

ACUTT—On February 5, at Connington, Mooi River, the wife of Mr. Cotton Acutt, of a son.
FINNEMORE—On February 6, at Durban, the wife of Mr. R. I. Finnemore, J.P., Collector of Customs, of a daughter.
HARPER—On February 10, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. W. J. Harper, of a son.
JOSEPH—On February 5, at Vectis Lodge, Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Frank Joseph, of a daughter.
MACINTOSH—On February 4, at No. 8, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth, Mrs. Wm. Macintosh, of a daughter.
MOORE—On February 8, at Market Square, Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. E. J. Moore, of a daughter.
PALMER—On February 10, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. R. Palmer, of a son.
SNOW—On February 1, at East London West, the wife of Mr. Fred Snow, of a daughter.
STEWART—On February 8, at Port Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. M. Stewart, of Hougham Park, of a daughter.
WATSON—On February 3, at Maritzburg, the wife of Mr. J. L. Watson, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES

MITCHELL—WASLEY—On February 10, at Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. J. McPherson, Alfred Mitchell, son of the late John Mitchell, of Bannockburn, to Katherine Amy, daughter of the late Frank Wasley, of Port Elizabeth.
SAVAGE—BOUSFIELD—On February 9, at Cape Town, S. Radford Savage, M.B., &c., Principal Medical Officer, Basutoland, to Mary I. Bousfield, daughter of the Right Rev. Bishop of Pretoria.
STEVENSON—MCGILL—On February 10, at St. Paul’s  Church, Port Elizabeth, by special licence, by Rev. S. Brook, William Henry Stevenson, Captain H.M. 74th Regt., to Fanny Caroline, second daughter of B. D. McGill, Port Elizabeth.
TOWNSEND—WARREN—On January 29, at Victoria, Tongaat, by the Rev. S. Barret Cawood, William T. Townsend, eldest son of the late J. W. Townsend, of Ridgefield, Umhlali, to Sarah Elvina, relict of the late C. Warren, of Stanger.

DEATHS

BOARD—On February 14, at Park Drive, Port Elizabeth, Rupert Alwynne (Bertie), fourth son of Alfred and Martha Board, aged 8 years and 6 months.
FUTTER—On February 12, at Kareiga Mouth, George Futter, in his 81st year.
KNOX—On December 21, about 40 miles from Fort Salisbury, Mashonaland, of fever and pneumonia, Percy Knox, of the British South Africa Company’s Police, youngest son of the late H. J. Knox, aged 20 years.
MORGAN—On February 10, at the Residence, Wodehouse Street, Queenstown, John Roberts Morgan, aged 53 years.
NICHOLLS—On February 11, by accident on the Cape Government Railways, James Nicholls, of Port Alfred, aged 36 years.
ROWAN—On February 8, at the Dundee Coal Fields, Natal, Elizabeth Montgomery, wife of Walter Rowan, Manager, Dundee Coal Company, Limited, aged 32 years.
YOUNG—On February 8, at Grahamstown, William Young, aged 79 years.

21 March 1891

MISSING RELATIVES

Mr. Charles ESCHWEGE, of 36, Oglander Road, Peckham, S.E., informs us that Mrs. MacDONOUGH (PEARCE), who is inquired for by her sister Jane, is alive and well at Johannesburg. Her husband is in the employ of the Johannesburg Waterworks Company.
W. T. DENNY (Newcastle, Natal)-Received and forwarded.
W. J. H. B. (Kaapsche Hoop)-Thanks for your information re RIDER and BATES.
J. C. WYLIE (Johannesburg)-Thanks for the information.
J. BALLOTt (Rolfontein) is thanked for his information respecting J. A.MONTGOMERY.

George Samuel KEENE was last heard of on July 18 last from Barberton. He was formerly prospecting on the Belmont Farm, Transvaal, His sister inquires for him.
William REYNOLDS, who went as private servant to Lord Wolseley through the Zulu war, was last heard of in November, 1882, at Natal. His mother awaits news.
H. Louis OLDMAN, (supposed to be in Natal) is earnestly requested to write to his mother at once.
John Patrick O'LOUGHLIN left Beaconsfield Diamond Mines, for Natal, in July, 1888, and has not since been heard of. His parents inquire for him.
Frederick THORPE, of Harminsworth, went to South Africa about 45 years ago, and in 1870 wrote from Natal. His brother Thomas inquires.
Mrs. MILLER (Eliza CLEMENTS) in 1881 lived at Grahamstown. Her mother wishes to hear of her.
Alfred GOODRUM, of Norfolk, went to South Africa in 1882, and three years since was a painter at Pretoria. His mother longs for tidings of him.
Edward WEATHERLEY was living at 11, Waterman Street, Cape Town, when last heard of. His sister Catherine would like to hear of him.
Alexander R. CAMERON in October, 1886, was working for a Dutch farmer at Potchefstroom. His mother seeks him.
Elizabeth BICKELL, on May 9, 1880, left London in the Grantully Castle for South Africa. Sister Harriet enquires.
Mary Ann BOLDING (OLIVE) in March, 1879, sailed in the Conway Castle for Cape Town, and was afterwards married at Kimberley. Her brother Henry seeks her.

28 March 1891

BIRTHS

ABLETT—On February 14, at Grahamstown, the wife of Mr. R. J. G. Ablett, of a son.
BARENDS—On February 12, at Cape Town, the wife of Mr. C. S. Barends, of a son.
BROOKE—On February 14, at Rondebosch, the wife of Mr. Brooke, of a son.
GROENEWALD—On January 28, at Blijdschap, District Lady Brand, the wife of Mr. J. H. Groenewald, of a daughter.
HORTON—On February 12, at Simonstown, the wife of Mr. Horton, of a son.
KENNEDY—On February 18, at Klipheuvel, the wife of Mr. D. Kennedy, of a son.
MAAG—On February 16, at Cape Town, the wife of Mr. C. L. Maag, of a daughter.
MARTIN—On February 11, at Cape Town, the wife of Mr. E. B. Martin, of a daughter.
MCEVOY—On February 13, at Cape Town, the wife of Mr. R. McEvoy, of a son.
MOORE—On February 13, at Caledon, the wife of Mr. J. J. Moore, of a son.
TILNEY—On February 1, at Newcastle, the wife of Mr. E. W. Tilney, of a son.

MARRIAGES

BARNES—BOYES—On February 12, at Stellenbosch, Mr. W. H. Barnes to Miss A. C. Boyes.
CLOUGH—BROOKS—On February 11, at East London, Mr. H. C. O. Clough to Miss E. F. Brooks.
DEVINE—WHITECROSS—On February 10, at Fort Beaufort, Mr. W. J. Devine to Miss J. Whitecross.
EDWARDS—WINTER—On February 10, at Salt River, Mr. G. R. Edwards to Miss M. E. Winter.
JAMES—HARE—On February 15, at Cape Town, Mr. A. R. James to Miss H. Hare.
MITCHELL—WASLEY—On February 10, at Port Elizabeth, Mr. A. Mitchell to Miss K. A. Wasley.

DEATHS

BENT—On February 17, at Protea, Mr. S. D. Bent, aged 17 years.
BRINK—On February 13, at Wynberg, Mrs. A. J. Brink, aged 65 years.
FUTTER—On February 12, at Kareiga Mouth, Mr. G. Futter, aged 81 years.
GAVIN—On February 13, at Klerksdorp, Mr. I. B. Gavin, aged 33 years.
GETZEN—On February 9, at Cape Town, Mr. J. J. Getzen, aged 38 years.
GRAY—On February 15, at Simon’s Town, Mr. J. E. Gray, aged 78 years.
HATTINGH—On January 24, at Blauwboschpoort, Heilbron, Catherine Hattingh, aged 67 years.
ODENDAAL—On January 23, at Vrede, Orange Free State, Dirk Cornelis Odendaal, aged 68 years.
ROBERTSON—On February 10, at Newcastle, George Robertson, Carpenter, N.G.R., aged 23 years, deeply regretted.
RUST—On February 4, at Komgha, Francis Joseph Rust, aged 65 years, 2 months, and 22 days.
SEARLE—On  February 9, at Johannesburg, Mr. T. W. Searle, aged 33 years.
VAN SOEST—On February 13, at Cape Town, Mr. J. B. Van Soest, aged 29 years.

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