Jago.—April 25, at her mother's residence, Wait ington Valley, Mrs. Ernest, Jago, .of consumption aged 26 .years. • * ' Laney.—April 16, Mr. William Henry Laney, baker of bilious fever, aged 24 years. ' Lloyd.—April 18, at Nelson, of diphtheria, William, sou of Mr. W. Lloyd, Gloucester-street, Toi-'toi Valley, oged 4 years. Lqvell.—April 20, Emily, eldest child of Mr. Henrj Lovell, Brook-street Valley, oged 7 years. Manby.—April 11, at his residence, Hillfield, Bronti. street, Nelson, Charles William Manby, Esq., aged 57. M'Abtney.—April 23, at his residence, Bridge-street, Mr. John M'Artney, of bronchitis, aged 78yeaw.' Pbichabd.—At Bronfi-strert, William Dugdjio ~ youngest eon of E. Prichard, aged 10 months. ' Sewell.—April 25, at the Wairau, Marlboroiigb, Charles Sewell, Esq., of Nelson, aged 42 yeuri. ° Thomson.—April 20, at Scottstown, near Pap»nni, - Canterbury, William Thomson, Esq., Provincial Auditor, aged 48 years. Wynen.—April 13, Mr. James Wynen (formerly of Blenheim), aged 60 years.
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DEATHS, Colonist, Volume IX, Issue 900, 11 May 1866
DEATHS Colonist, Volume IX, Issue 900, 11 May 1866
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