MRS J. WELLINGTON.
The death occurred at 4.25 o'clock ,this morning of Mrs Emlen Wellington, wife of Mr John Wellington, of George-street, Wellington. The deceased lady, who had boon born in Cornwall, England, sixty years ago, had been ailing for some time. She was a very old and highly respected resident of Masterton. With Mr Wellington, she arrived in Wellington from London in the ship England in ■IS7I, and came to Masterton in tins same year. A husbaud and seven children (Messrs Thomas Udy Wellington, Foster Wellington, W. J. Wellington, U. G. Wellington, Oscar Wellington, Mesdamos E. A. Wrigley and L. J'tidd, and Miss Edith Grace Wellington) are left to monrn their loss. One son—Mr James Arthur Wellington—was killed on the line at To Ante nine years ago wmorrow. The relatives will have, tho sympathy of a largo circle of friends in their sad bereavement.
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