This is a transcription of a column that appeared in South Africa
magazine May 9, 1896. The column is titled "Domestic Announcements".
WILSON, Mrs. W. A., Graaff-Reinet, April 7.
KIDNEY, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, April 8.
OATES, Mrs. J., Lindley, O.F.S., April 2.
READING, Mrs. M. A., Mohalie's Hoek, April 3.
HARRIS, Mrs. G. H. F., Kimberley, April 2.
DE LEEUW, Mrs. C., Calvinia, April 3.
IRWIN, Mrs. W., Cape Town, April 4.
MCMORLAND, Mrs. H. G., Pretoria, April 2.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. A. W. D., Alice, Victoria East, March 23.
SCHOTT, Mrs. R., Kokstad, April 6.
MCLEOD, Mrs. A., De Wets Dorp, O.F.S., April 6.
TUDHOPE, Mrs. A.D., Queenstown, April 2.
DEVELIN, Mrs. J. T., Thaba 'Nchu, March 31.
BENNIE, Mrs. A., Kimberley, April 5.
WATSON, Mrs. F. H., East London, April 2.
SANDFORD, Mrs. C., Graaff-Reinet, April 4.
MANSFIELD, Mrs. J. S. J., Pretoria, April 5.
BALLANTINE, D.-GIBSON, A. M., Hibernia Senekal, March 31.
HAVENGA, H. R.-PRESLEY, R. M., Kimberley, April 6.
BROWNE-BENDLE-On April 30, at Rodden Church, Frome, by the Rev. E. M. R. Edgell, assisted by the Rev. W. G. Crook, Harry Browne, of Bulawayo, youngest son of the late Augustus May Browne, of The Butts, Brentford, and Westminster Chambers, to Laura (Dottie) Bendle, only daughter of Frederick Bendle, of Frome.
RUSSELL-SMITH-On Tuesday, May 5, at the Parish Church,
Sutton-Coldfield, Warwickshire, by the Rector, the Rev. W. C. R. Bedford, assisted by the Rev. A. Darby, Robert Russell, M.A., B.C.L., son of Robert Russell, Esq., Superintendent of Education for the Colony of Natal, to May, youngest daughter of Alfred Sidney Smith, of Tudor Hill House, Sutton-Coldfield.
ROSSOUW, J. DE V., Paarl, April 5, aged 64.
GELDENHUYS, Mrs. E. S., Johannesburg, April 3, aged 61.
LONG, J. T. J., Jagersfontein, April 3, aged 21.
DUNCAN, W., Kimberley, April 3, aged 42.
DE WET, Miss A. M., Eerste River, April 9.
ALLCOCK, Mrs. R. A., Oudtshoorn, March 31, aged 25.
PHILLIPS-On April 14, suddenly, on board the R.M.S. Roslin Castle, on the voyage to South Africa, George Arthur Phillips (Phil), of 8, Addison Gardens, Kensington, and for nearly 30 years a well-known resident in Matabeleland, aged 52. Deeply mourned.
CARPENTER-Between March 23 and March 27, massacred in the Filibusi district, John Loram Carpenter, of Bulawayo, eldest son of Mr. John Carpenter, of Blagdon House, Paignton, South Devon, aged 26.
CORKE-On March 27, killed by the Matabele at Inyati, Leighton Huntley Corke, late of the British India Company's Service, aged 28.
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