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South Africa 1904 1 January - March

DOMESTIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

2 January 1904

BIRTHS
BOWES, Mrs. J. C., Salt River, Dec. 3, a daughter.
BUCHANAN-On Nov. 27, at 11, Jorrison Street, Braamfontein, the wife of Robt.T. Buchanan, a daughter.
EWINS, Mrs. F. R., Berea, Nov. 30, a daughter.
FERGUSON, Mrs. J. F., Berea, Nov. 27, a daughter.
FORFAR-On Dec. 20, at 37, West Princes Street, Glasgow, the wife of Alexander Forfar, M.A., headmaster, Spes Bona School, Johannesburg, a daughter.
JONES, Mrs. L. H. S., Newcastle, Nov. 27, a daughter.
MYERS, Mrs. B., Berea, Nov. 28, a daughter.
PAUQUET, Mrs. A., Mowbray, Dec. 2, a daughter.
ROBERTS, Mrs. C., Mowbray, Dec. 3, a daughter.
STEPHENSON, Mrs. F. J., Umbilo, Nov. 28, a son.
STOCKIL, Mrs. F. R., Acton Homes, Nov. 27, a daughter.
THORNE, Mrs. R. H., Durban, Nov. 26, a son.
WARRY-On Nov. 30, at Queenstown, the wife of Dermot Warry, a daughter.
WILSON-On Dec. 27, at Cape Town, the wife of George Hough Wilson, a son.

MARRIAGES
APTHORP-BLACK-On Dec. 21, at St. Barnabas's, Cape Town, Marmaduke Gwyn Apthorp, third son of the Rev. G. F. Apthorp, De Parys Avenue, Bedford, to Elsa Elaine Hermione, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Charles Ingham Black, D.D., Vicar of Burley-in-Wharfdale, Yorks, and of Mrs. C. Ingham Black, Torwood Lodge, Torquay.
BROWN, E. S.-DAVIES, M., Mowbray, Dec. 3.
DICKINS-ORCHARD-On Dec. 31, at St. Paul's Church, Rondebosch, Percy Martin Dickins, eldest son of John Martin Dickins, of Tulse Hill Park, London, to Nancy, only daughter of the late Joseph Orchard, of Rugby.
EVANS-MABSON-On Dec. 22, at Johannesburg, Samuel Evans, of Johannesburg, to Katherine, elder daughter of Richard Rous Mabson, of The Ferns, Upper Hornsey Rise, N.
FLETCHER-FLETCHER-On Dec. 22, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Cape Town, Robert Young Fletcher to Jane Ann Irving, widow of Angus Fletcher, Helensburgh.
HUGILL-GREENE-On Dec. 2, at Selukwe, Walter W. Hugill, eldest son of the late John Hugill, of Stoke Newington, to Beatrice, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Greene, of Ramsey, Isle of Man.
LUBBOCK-CASKEY-On Dec. 21, at Brandfort, William Robinson Lubbock, to Minnie Clyde, eldest daughter of James Caskey.
MACRAE-HOGBEN-On Dec. 26, at Bulawayo, Archibald MacRae, of Abercorn Street, Bulawayo, to Annie, eldest daughter of Richard Hogben, of Each End Hill, Lyminge, S.O., Kent.
MOODIE-MACARTHUR-On Dec. 21, at Cape Town, Thomas Anderson Moodie, A.R.I.B.A., Johannesburg, to Agnes, third daughter of the late J. C. Macarthur, Writer, Dumbarton.
RAMAGE-DEWAR-On Dec. 22, at the Presbyterian Manse, Pretoria, Dr. Adam Ramage, Pretoria, to Lily Russel, elder daughter of the Rev. George F. Dewar, Strathaven.
ROWLES-JACKSON-On Dec. 18, at the Presbyterian Church, Newcastle, William B. Rowles, Maritzburg, to Jessie Williamina Dunn (Jennie), second youngest daughter of the late James Jackson, farmer, and of Mrs. Jackson, Mugdrum Island, Newburgh, Fife.
WALFORD-WEBB-On Dec. 23, at St. Saviour's Church, Claremont, Henry Hugh, son of James Walford, of Ipswich, to Florence Muriel, fifth daughter of the Rev. A. Brooke Webb, M.A., Rector of Dallinghoo.
WHITE, D. D.-VOIGT, A. T., Durban, Nov. 25.

DEATHS
ALLEN-On Dec. 22, at Maritzburg, from enteric fever, Isabel Sarah, the dearly-loved daughter of Robert Allen, of Summerhayes, Betchworth, and granddaughter of the late John Macfarlane, R.M., of Estcourt, aged 25.
BOWDEN-On Dec. 21, at Pretoria, Philip Douglas, fourth son of the late William James Bowden, of Blackmoor, Hants, in his 29th year.
BURNHAM, T. B., Pretoria, Nov. 30, aged 18.
DONALD, A., Cape Town, Dec. 5, aged 61.
EASTLAND-On Dec. 5, at 12, Struben Villas, Durban Road, Mowbray, George Anthony Eastland, late of Barberton, in his 42nd year.
MALIN-On Dec. 28, at his brother's house, Kingwilliamstown, Morriss John, the dearly loved eldest son of James and Mary Malin, of Beckenham, aged 3 years.
MONRO-On Dec. 3, at Johannesburg, of enteric, Hugh Edward Monro, son of late Dr. C. E. Monro, of Newtown, N. Wales, and of Mrs. Monro, of London, aged 26.
NOBLE-On Nov. 17, in South Africa, of enteric fever, Alick, youngest son of James and Ann Noble, Trades Park, Nairn.
RIDLER, H. J., Greyville, Nov. 30.
TRESTRAIN, S. P., Berea, Nov. 22, aged 42.
TUDHOPE-On Dec. 22, at his residence, "Glenhurst," Fountain Road, Upper Norwood, the Honble. John Tudhope, formerly Colonial Secretary, Cape Colony.

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