This is a transcription of a column that appeared in South Africa
magazine April 11, 1896. The column is titled "Domestic Announcements".
BUSTIN, Mrs. G. T. M., Pretoria, March 8.
CHAMBERS-On April 4, at Aliwal North, Cape Colony, the wife of R. E. Elliot Chambers.
MARKS-On April 6, at 84, Sutherland Avenue, the wife of Jack H. Marks, of Johannesburg.
PICKERING, Mrs. W., Kimberley, March 7.
SILVERTEN, Mrs. C. S., Cape Town, March 10.
SMITH, Mrs. W. L., Kokstad, March 4.
TINDALL, Mrs. H. E., Upington, February 16.
BARNICOTT, Mrs. A., East London, March 6.
DASHWOOD, Mrs. J., Barberton, March 9.
DUCKITT, Mrs. W., Johannesburg, March 6.
FARRAR-On April 6, at Johannesburg, the wife of George Farrar.
FLETCHER, Mrs. H., Johannesburg, March 8.
ROBERTSON, Mrs. J. D., Kingwilliamstown, March 8.
SCHEEPERS, Mrs. G., Grahamstown, March 8.
SCHRODER, Mrs. E., Upington, March 5.
BRITTON, W. D.-HAWKEN, M. B., Grahamstown, March 5
DENNISON, J. H.-BECK, S. M., Johannesburg, March 5.
MORRIS, F. G.-SCOTT, E., Queenstown, March 4.
MOULD, W. J.-CORBETT, E., Grahamstown, March 10.
TRUTER, J. J.-INMAN, J. E., Kimberley, March 4.
FLEMING-FISHER-On April 8, at Christ Church, Edinburgh, by the Rev. C. M. Black, M.A., Andrew Milroy Fleming, M.B., Salisbury, Mashonaland, to Philadelphia Alice, only child of the late William Fisher, jun., British Columbia.
LEVI-GERS-On April 8, at Cottbus, Germany, Johanna, eldest daughter of Julius Gers, Esq. to Edmund H. Levi, of Griquatown, son of the late Joseph Levi, of London.
ABEL, J. H., Johannesburg, March 8, aged 38.
BISSOUX, I., Montagu, March 7, aged 88.
BURGESS, Mrs. C. B., Kingwilliamstown, March 5, aged 70.
HAWKINS, Mrs. J. A., Southwell, March 5, aged 45.
HUTCHINGS, Rev. H. G., Grahamstown, March 9, aged 36.
KNOBEL, Rev. W., Johannesburg, March 9, aged 40.
MEIRING, Mrs., Grahamstown, March 8, aged 54.
RICE, Mrs. E. J., Kimberley, March 7, aged 41.
STOCKDALE, G., Delagoa Bay, March 6, aged 24.
SWEENEY, F. O., East London, March 4, aged 56.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. M., Johannesburg, March 3.
GRAHAM-At Inyati, Matabeleland, "killed whilst fighting against heavy odds," Alexander Miller Graham, Assistant Native Commissioner, British South Africa Company, aged 25, eldest son of Alex. G. Graham, Park House, Kirn, and grandson of the late Canon Miller, D.D., Vicar of Greenwich.
KETTLE-On April 3, at Hastings, Caroline Janet, widow of George Kettle, Esq., of Port Elizabeth, aged 73.
PERFECT-On April 4, at Shashi Drift, Mashonaland, suddenly, of fever, Edward St. John, third son of the Rev. H. T. Perfect, Vicar of Stanton, Drew and Pensford, aged 24.
REYNOLDS-On April 6, killed in action with the Matabele, near Bulawayo, Ernest Edward Reynolds, eldest surviving son of the late Edward Reynolds, Esq., J.P., of Paxton Hall, Hunts, aged 27.
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