BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIIiTHS. BARiuur*. — On Monday, 21st January, tho wife of C. D. Barraud, Esq., of a son. Bragge. — On February 6, at Manners street, the wifo of J. Brugge, photographic artist, of a sou. Mulltns. — On January 25, at tho Hutt, the wifo of Mr Thomas Mullins, of a daughter. Nicoll. — On February 5, the wife of Mr James Nicoll, of Blinkbony Station, Tuwaru, Masterton, of a son. Sx Hill. — On February 2, at tho Grammar School, Kai-warra-warra, the wifo of tho Rev H. W. St Kill, of a son. Smith. — On Saturday, February 2, tho wife of J. E. Smith, Esq, of a son. Williams. — On January 2L, atlngestre stroct, tho wife of Air J. Williams, of a son. Williams. — On Friday, January 25, tho wife of Mr Henry Woodward Willianiß, of lI.M. Customs, of a daughter. Auckland papers please copy. Youman3. — On January 22, at Willis-street, the wifo of Mr S. Youinans, of a danghter. Sydney papers please copy. MARRIAGES. Bunny — Thornb. — On January 30, atFoatherston, Henry Bunny, Esq, M.G.A., of Fernsicle, Wairarapa, to Bessie, third daughter of the lato Samuel Thorne, Esq, of Chapeltown, Yorkshire. No card:". Holt — Atkinson. — On Wednesday, January 10, by the Rev Father Pozaut, and afterwards nt Putiki, by the Rev R. Taylor, William Henry, only son of William Holt, Esq, of King's Nauton, Worcestershire, England, to Hannah Francis, only (laughter of Mr David Atkinson, Wanganui. MAxriELD — Eay. — On January 26, Charles Maxfield, Greytown, to Margaret Ray, of Cartcrton. Rains— Cashen.— On February 7, in St Mary's Catholic Chapel, according to tho rites of tho Holy Catholic Church, by the Very Rev J. J. P. O'Rcily, V.G.A.M., Mr William George Rains, to Miss Catherine Cashen, late of Ireland. Thomson — Bell. — On January 23, at. the Free Church of Scotland Manse, Wellington, Now Zealand, by tho Rev Mr Moir, Mr Jamos Thomson, surveyor, Mantiwutu, late of Glasgow, Scotland, to Miss Agnes Bell, of Strone, Grecnock, Scotland. No cards. Home papers pleaso copy. DEATHS. Allv.n\ — On tho 18fch January, at tho Hospital Wellington, John Allen, lato carpenter of tho s.s. Taranuki, aged thirty fivo years. He arrived here in tho s.a. Wellington, Capt Mclntyre, and has boon in the oniploy of tho N.Z.S.N. Company evor since, lie waa highly respected. Toxward. — On February 5, at her father's residence, Cuba street, Wellington, Emily Laura, infant daughter of Mr C. J. Toxward, architect, aged two months.
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS., Wellington Independent, Volume XXI, Issue 2480, 14 February 1867
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Wellington Independent, Volume XXI, Issue 2480, 14 February 1867
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