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The West Somerset Free Press Saturday 17 Mar 1900
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
[Short and plain announcements are inserted gratuitously for subscribers, but in the case of any addition, such as “beloved,” “deeply regretted,” &c., a charge is made of one shilling, which should be prepaid. Long and detailed announcements, as also those containing the words “No Cards,” or any special intimation, are subject to a charge of 2s. 6d. “In Memoriam” notices are inserted at a charge of sixpence per line of eight words.]
BOUCHIER. - March 2nd, at St. Mary-street, Bridgwater, the wife of H. J. BOUCHIER, of a son.
BROWN. - February 19th, at Hamdon, Taunton, the wife of David BROWN, B.Sc., M.D., of a daughter.
FOX. - March 9th, at Pyles Thorne, Wellington, Somerset, the wife of Thomas FOX, of a daughter.
KILLICK. - March 11th, at Williton, the wife of Dr. KILLICK, of a daughter.
LEWIS. - March 7th, at 4, The Crescent, Taunton, the wife of C Murray LEWIS, of a daughter.
LYDDON. - March 7th, at Cutcombe, the wife of W. LYDDON, of a son.
MOGG. - March 6th, at St. Mary-street, Bridgwater, the wife of H. W. F. MOGG, of a son.
THOMAS. - March 2nd, at Bishop's Lydeard, the wife of Mr. John THOMAS, of a son.
LLOYD-DUDDERIDGE. - March 7th, by license, at St. Mary Magdalene, Taunton, by the Rev. Preb. ASKWITH (previous to the bridegroom's departure with the Somerset contingent of Volunteers for South Africa on active service), Frederick Robert, eldest son of Mr. J. G. LLOYD, of Staplegrove, to Clair, second daughter of the late Mr. Robert DUDDERIDGE, of Staplegrove.
PATCHETT-PEARSE. - March 10th, at the parish church of St. Michael's, Minehead, by the Rev. J. S. WIMBUSH, Herbert eldest son of Mr. J. PATCHETT, of Jersey, to Frances Kate, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John PEARSE, of Minehead.
WYNDHAM-BLATHWAYT. - February 21st, at Sacramento, California, Wadham, son of the late Hugh WYNDHAM, of Redding, California, to Geraldine Mary, daughter of the Rev. C. R. BLATHWAYT, rector of Huntspill, Somerset.
ALLEN. - March 12th, at 1, Greenway-avenue, Rowbarton, Taunton, and late of Wellington, Emma Mary, wife of the late Thomas ALLEN, of Hereford, aged 54 years.
BAYNES. - March 9th, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. John HAMLIN, Fore-street, Bridgwater, Ann, widow of the late Thomas BAYNES, aged 88 years.
CHAPMAN. - March 4th, at 41, Peter-street, Tiverton, Violet Maud (Queenie), child of George and Lottie CHAPMAN, late of Taunton.
DUNNING. - March 6th, at 32, Wood-street, Taunton, Charles DUNNING, aged 73 years.
FERRIS. - March 5th, at Wantage, Berks, Mrs. Jane FERRIS, late of Selworthy, aged 76 years.
GAYLARD. - March 5th, at the Taunton and Somerset Hospital, Sarah Ann GAYLARD, aged 22 years.
LANGDON. - March 14th, at Kingston, Taunton, Elizabeth LANGDON, widow of the late James LANGDON, aged 89 years.
MORSE. - March 11th, at Nether Stowey, Mrs. Mary MORSE (late Mrs. BRIFFETT), aged 85 years.
OATEN. - March 7th, at 14, Victoria-street, Taunton, William Charles OATEN, aged 31 years.
PAULL. - March 12th, at Williton, Mary Ann PAULL, widow of the late James Ware PAULL, Esq., of Knott Oak House, Ilminster, aged 76 years.
FOR all kinds of Monumental Work go to R. SLADE'S, Higher-town, MINEHEAD.
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<NOTES: William Charles OATEN son of William OATEN and Charlotte GILL, married Elizabeth ANDREWS>