South Africa 1894 1 January - March
6 January 1894
BOONZAIER, Mrs. F. H., Cape Town, December 3.
COLLISON, Mrs. G., Cape Town, December 2.
JACOBS, Mrs. H., Johannesburg, December 2.
MAASCH, Mrs. A., Cape Town, November 26.
MADER, Mrs. D., Somerset Strand, December 2.
NUGENT, Mrs. W. M., Vryburg, December 1.
SMITH, Mrs. F. D., East London, December 4.
ANDREWS, Mrs. H. H., Burghersdorp, November 24.
BUCK, Mrs. F., Johannesburg, December 5.
COLLIER, Mrs. J., Sea Point, November 29.
DE SMIDT, Mrs. H., Rondebosch, December 1.
DUNN, Mrs. J. A., Johannesburg, December 5.
GILPIN, Mrs. J., Cape Town, November 25.
KINGDON—On November 23, at The Blue Gums, Antananarivo, the wife of Abraham Kingdon.
KURANDA, Mrs. R., Johannesburg, December 3.
MENZIES, Mrs. A., Woodstock, December 6 (twins).
MYBURGH, Mrs. P. A., Joostenberg, November 27.
PESCOD, Mrs. W., Kimberley, December 7.
SCHLOTFELDT, Mrs. R., Johannesburg, December 6.
VAN ALMELO, Mrs. E., Cape Town, December 4.
VERSFELD, Mrs. M., Slangkop, December 7 (twins).
WALTHER, Mrs. H. H. L., Umtata, November 28.
COOKE, C. J.—BAILEY, C. A., Johannesburg, Dec. 7.
DAVIDS, M.—SOLOMON, S., Kimberley, December 6.
FULLER, E. B.—BUCHANAN, M., Mowbray, Dec. 9.
INGGS, P. W.—MURRAY, E. H., Uitenhage, Nov. 29.
NEAVES, W. H.—EARNELL, I., Johannesburg, Dec. 6.
ROSS, J. M.—DARBY, C. E., Johannesburg, Nov. 29.
RUSSELL—LEWIS—On January 1, at St. Mary’s Church, West Kensington, by the Rev. C. Bradshaw Foy, M.A., John Addison, second son of Joseph Russell, of Digby House, Hammersmith, to Florence Georgina (Flossie), second daughter of Lieut.-Col. H. Lewis, late 7th Dragoon Guards, of 60, Weltje Road, Hammersmith. No cards.
DAWS, Mrs. L., Queen’s Town, Dec. 6, aged 49.
GUSH, W., Sidbury, November 28, aged 17.
HECKROODT, S. E., Cape Town, December 2.
HEUER, C. W., Newlands, December 4, aged 88.
KERWIN, T., East London, December 6, aged 73.
LAGERWALL, B. C. V., Rietfontein, Dec. 1, aged 45.
LIPPLATT, W. F., Beaconsfield, Dec. 3, aged 61.
LOUBSER, A. J., Malmesbury, November 25, aged 26.
LUCAS, C., Port Elizabeth, November 22, aged 27.
RITTMULLER, A. J., Cape Town, December 2, aged 18.
VAN KOETSVELD, Rev. C. E., Touw’s River, December 1, aged 86.
YOUNG, A., Port Elizabeth, December 1, aged 22.
DRUITT—On December 26, at Canbury, Hampton Hill, Middlesex, Lucy Newport, the beloved wife of Thomas Wyard Druitt, and daughter of the late Major-General Robert Newport Tinley, Col. Com. 39th Foot and Cape Mounted Rifles.
HACKETT—On December 30, at his residence, Riverstown, Parsonstown, Colonel Robert Henry Hackett, late 90th Light Infantry, aged 54.
HAYLLAR—On December 1, at the Hospital, Kimberley, while undergoing an operation under chloroform, Algernon Victor, the youngest son of James Hayllar, Castle Priory, Eallingford.
MITCHELL—On December 29, at Cannes, France, after a long illness, Gordon Mitchell, eldest son of Sir Henry Mitchell, of Bradford, Yorks, aged 40. This is the only intimation.
13 January 1894
COOK, Mrs. G. A., Johannesburg, December 10.
FICK, Mrs. C. J., Grahamstown, December 16.
GARVIE, Mrs. J. S., Kimberley, December 3.
JOHNSON, Mrs. A. G., Cape Town, December 6.
LOYNES, Mrs. A. J., Springbok, December 10
MOIR, Mrs. G., Cape Town, December 8.
RAPHAEL, Mrs. A. P., Cape Town, December 13.
VAN COLLER, Mrs. P. J., Cape Town, December 7.
VAN SMAALEN, Mrs. S. F., Pietersburg, December 9.
VERSFELD, Mrs. M., Darling, December 7 (twins).
ZWEIGHAFT, Mrs. J., Cape Town, December 12.
ALLAN, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, December 11.
ARDERNE, Mrs. H. R., Claremont, December 6.
BARNETT, Mrs. B., Johannesburg, December 11.
CARLSSON, Mrs. G. O., Hoetjes Bay, December 4.
FEW, Mrs. A., King William’s Town, December 9.
HERBERT, Mrs. G. E., Three Anchor Bay, December 5.
HIENAMANN, Mrs. D., Cape Town, December 10.
JACKSON, Mrs. R. G., Kenilworth, December 4.
JARMAN, Mrs. F., Johannesburg, Dec. 11 (twins).
MCLEAN—On Jan. 3, at Rondebosch, the wife of A. Colin McLean, 42nd Royal Highlanders.
NICHOLLS, Mrs. H., Sir Lowry’s Pass, December 9.
NUGENT, Mrs. W. M., Vryburg, December 1.
PIRIE, Mrs. W., Port Elizabeth, December 14.
SOLOMON, Mrs. M., Johannesburg, December 11.
TAYLOR, Mrs. E. H., Wynberg, December 3.
TEENGS, Mrs. J. M., Colesberg, December 12.
AMM, R. G.—ALDERSLADE, M. A., Kimberley, December 13.
BEAK, C.—WILKINSON, S., Cape Town, December 6.
COHEN, J.—COHEN, D., Johannesburg, December 6.
COONEY, J. T.—BOULTON, J. E., Cape Town, Dec. 6.
DE WET, J.—BOONZAIER, S., Cape Town, Dec. 7.
DU TOIT, A. J.—HERRER, H. M., Cape Town, December 5.
FITCH, W. A.—DONNES, E. E., Woodstock, Dec. 7.
IMMELMAN, G.—VISSER, D., Stellenbosch, Dec. 6.
KING, D. P.—BAILLIE, F. I., Bloemfontein, Dec. 12.
MACFADYEN, W. A.—ROBERTS, M., Graaff-Reinet, December 13.
ROGERS, T.—BOTHA, E. M., Queenstown, Dec. 4.
VOLKWYN, W. H. D.—MCKNIGHT, M. M., Cape Town, December 4.
FULLER—BUCHANAN—On Saturday, December 9, at Mowbray, Cape Town, by the Rev. A. Vine Hall, Edward Barnard Fuller, M.B., C.M. Edin., F.R.C.S.E., son of T. E. Fuller, Esq., M.L.A., of Cape Town, to Minnie, daughter of the Hon. Mr. Justice James Buchanan, late Judge President of the High Court Kimberley.
BOLTMAN, Mrs. H. M., Worcester, Dec. 9, aged 39.
DALY, Mrs. L. J., Sterkstroom, Dec. 10, aged 52.
FAULKNER, E., Woodstock, Dec. 14, aged 48.
HEFFER, W. S., Cape Town, December 7, aged 38.
JANSEN, Graham’s Town, Dec. 19, aged 77.
METCALF, A. G., Graham’s Town, December 6.
MILLER, J. H., Claremont, December 7.
O’BRIEN, B. P., River Zonder End, Dec. 3, aged 70.
PHILLIPS, R. F. H., Muizenburg, December 2.
PIETERSE, H. F., Rosebank, December 10, aged 53.
VAN VELDEN, A., Ladismith, Dec. 10, aged 41.
WOOD—At Elim, Lyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead, on the 8th inst., Hugh Kennedy Wood, junr., aged 22, third son of the late David Peebles Wood—The only intimation.
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BRINK, Mrs. J. G., Jagersfontein, December 23.
COULSON, Mrs. J. R., Johannesburg, Dec. 16.
DU TOIT, Mrs. C. F. A., Cape Town, Dec. 10.
GOSLING, Mrs. G. H., Port Elizabeth, Dec. 16.
OATES, Mrs. J., Kimberley, December 18.
WAITE, Mrs. A. H., Port Elizabeth, Dec. 19.
WOLFE, Mrs. C. H., Kenilworth, December 16.
BOOYSEN, Mrs. J., Graaff-Reinet, December 18.
COOKE, Mrs. C. W., Port Elizabeth, December 17.
FRANKE, Mrs. A., Kimberley, December 18.
PESCOD, Mrs. W., Kimberley, December 7.
CURNOW, T.—JENKYN, J., Johannesburg, Dec. 20.
DAVIDS, M.—SOLOMON, S., Kimberley, Dec. 6.
FLAVELL, G.—ELLIOTT, E. M., Johannesburg, December 22.
FULLER, E. B.—BUCHANAN, M., Mowbray, Dec. 9.
GILL, Rev. C. H.—MADDOCK, K. F., Burghersdorp, December 20.
HATTINGH, L.—KANNEMEYER, S., Klerksdorp, December 20.
JOLLY, J.—STIRK, F. M., Grahamstown, Dec. 19.
LLOYD, R.—CLARIDGE, K., Grahamstown, Dec. 20.
ROSS, J. M.—DARBY, C. E., Doornfontein.
TAYLOR, J.—MCDONALD, B., Beaconsfield, Dec. 21.
WILSON, J. D.—LOVATT, L. M., Johannesburg, December 19.
STEPHENSON—LACEY—On January 15, at St. Saviour’s, Southwark, by the Rev. Dr. William Thompson, Frederick John Orchard Stephenson, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., eldest son of the late Major-General F. J. Stephenson, B.S.C., to Hilda, the second daughter of the late John Lacey, Esq., Surgeon, Southwark.
CRIPPS, Mr. G. St. V., Somerset Strand, December 19, aged 52.
DAWS, G., Queenstown, December 6, aged 49.
GREEN, E. H., Johannesburg, December 16.
ITTO, Mrs. G., Port Nolloth, November 29.
MOORE, Mrs. C. M., Johannesburg, December 18.
MURRAY, Mrs. G. B., Colesberg, Dec. 14, aged 71.
PULLEN, A. J., Port Elizabeth, Dec. 15, aged 22.
WEIL, Mrs. J. E., Johannesburg, Dec. 16, aged 41.
GARREAU—On the 9th inst., at Cape Town, Robert Alexis Garreau, eldest son of the late Augustus Victor Garreau, of Beau Bois, Mauritius, formerly Chief Magistrate of Seychelles, and grandson of the late Sir Robert Stewart Cumming, Bart., of Culter.
HANNAY—On November 25, near Sarmento, East Africa, William Graham Hannah (of an accident, lion hunting), son of the late John Hannay, Esq., J.P., Molmain, British Burma, aged 43.
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CLOSE, Mrs. E., Cape Town, December 16.
DONELLY, Mrs. W. T., Kimberley, December 25.
GIBBS, Mrs. C. M., Green Point, December 28.
HECKROODT, Mrs. J. de Villiers, Cape Town, December 16.
KIRSTEN, Mrs. A., Wynberg, December 16.
KRIGE, Mrs. D. J., Riebeek’s Kasteel, Dec. 24.
LANTRE, Mrs. S. F., Smithfield, December 20.
LEVY, Mrs. D. S., Johannesburg, December 23.
MARKS, Mrs. S., Pretoria, December 24.
MIDDLETON, Mrs. R. V., Johannesburg, Dec. 24.
NISSEN, Mrs. R. C. E., Paarl, December 16.
PITT, Mrs. R. A., Woodstock, December 27.
TAYLOR, Mrs. D. C., Kimberley, December 26.
TRAVISS, Mrs. H. J., Cape Town, December 16.
ANDERSON, Mrs. J., Cape Town, December 15.
GESLER, Mrs. W., Port Elizabeth, December 28.
GLASSER, Mrs. S., Johannesburg, December 22.
GOLDBERG, Mrs. A. S., Johannesburg, December 23.
HARDY, Mrs. P. P., Mowbray, December 14.
KUUZ, Mrs. J. J., Cape Town, December 15.
LACEY, Mrs. B., Barkly West, December 23.
MELITZ, Mrs. H., Johannesburg, December 24.
PARKER, Mrs. G. A., Johannesburg, December 23.
PENTECOST, Mrs. S. S., Claremont, December 14.
REDWOOD, Mrs. C. L., Johannesburg, December 29.
RICHARDSON, Mrs. N., Johannesburg, December 26.
FISHER, H.—PLOTSCHKE, H. C., East London, December 22.
ORPEN, C. E.—CARLISLE, I. I., Grahamstown, December 26.
SOLOMON, A.—O’CONNOR, K., Kimberley, Dec. 26.
SIMKINS, W.—EDWARDS, J. T., Grahamstown, December 27.
STERLEY, A. W.—JONES, M., Grahamstown, Dec. 23.
WEARNE, S. F.—FISHER, M. E., Kimberley, December 26.
WILMOTT, J. J.—ABRAHAMS, S. M., Johannesburg, December 26.
MORRIS—COOK—On the 13th inst., at St. George’s, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. A. B. Boyd Carpenter, M.A., J. Chas. Morris, Engineer and Special Correspondent, to Louie, youngest daughter of the late Chas. Cook, Esq., of London, and grandniece of the late Benjamin Franklin, of Philadelphia.
SAUNDERS—STARLING—On January 17, at St. Mary’s, Saffron Walden, by the Rev. Raymond Pelly, Vicar, assisted by the Rev. T. F. Ford Williams, Edward George Arthur, son of the late J. R. Saunders, Tongaat, Natal, to Gertrude Elizabeth, third daughter of Nainby Starling, Saffron Walden.
AMOS, Mrs. H., Grahamstown, Dec. 21, aged 85.
BRAND, Mrs. H. M., Cape Town, Dec. 29, aged 60.
DEALE, W. W., Bloemfontein, Dec. 25, aged 24.
HOARE, T. M. W., Cape Town, Dec. 26, aged 48.
SCHRUDER, I., Cape Town, December 30, aged 39.
WEBBE, Mrs. W., Grahamstown, Dec. 23, aged 76.
WYNNE, E., Uitenhage, December 25, aged 45.
ENTWISLE—On the 22nd inst. At Birkdale, Ralph, youngest son of the late Ralph Entwisle, Esq., of Darwen.
CRIPPS—On December 20, 1893, at Somerset West, George St. Vincent Cripps, Resident Magistrate, only surviving son of the late George Hinde Cripps, of 6, Devonport Street, Hyde Park, W., many years Government Agent for the Southern Province of Ceylon, aged 52.
ROBEY—On January 23, at 32, Chesterton Terrace, Plaistow, Essex, Isabella Austin, widow of the late George Robey, of Bow, Middlesex, and daughter of the late Mark Cockcroft, of Lower Albany, aged 56.
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BROWN, Mrs. D. M., Port Elizabeth, January 5.
EDLEMAN, Mrs. H., Johannesburg, January 2.
FLY, Mrs. W. J., Durban, January 3.
GORDON, Mrs. J. M., Port Elizabeth, January 1.
GREENBERG, Mrs. S., Johannesburg, January 2.
PAGDEN, Mrs. E. B., Port Elizabeth, January 2.
ROOKLEDGE, Mrs. W. S., Johannesburg, December 30.
SKINNER, Mrs. J., Kimberley, January 2.
SMITH, Mrs. C. W., Johannesburg, January 1.
CASSE, Mrs. G. W., Cape Town, December 30.
CONROY, Mrs. M. C., Worcester, January 1.
COOKE, Mrs. C. W., Port Elizabeth, December 17.
HOWARD, Mrs. J. W., Worcester, January 4.
LINDENBERG, Mrs. M., Middelburg, December 26.
LUNT, Mrs. T. W., Kimberley, January 4.
M’CARTHY, Mrs. C., Beaconsfield, December 31.
MEANWELL, Mrs. F., Harrismith, December 27.
PESTER, Mrs. W., Port Elizabeth, December 28.
SLABBERT, Mrs. J., Graaff Reinet, January 3.
ALSTON, J. B.—DE BRUYN, E. S., Van Wyk’s Vley, December 30.
BLEW, T. H.—BEREND, C., Durban, January 4.
DE VRIES, B. A.—VAN DER MERWE, A. L., Paarl, January 1.
ELFFERS, P.—LOOYEN, C. B., Wynberg, Jan. 4.
HESS, J. P.—DUTHIE, G., Pretoria, January 5.
OATES, S. O.—WILKS, E. M., Cathcart, Dec. 28.
SLATTER, A.—JEWITT, M. E., Durban, Dec. 27.
VAN DER GOES, L. W.—VAN NES, E. DE B., Pretoria, January 1.
WEDDERBURN, G. R.—ALEXANDER, A. C., Kimberley, January 3.
BROWN, Mrs. S. C., Touws River, Jan. 2, aged 38.
CLARK, T., Ceres, January 1.
EPSTEIN, E., Johannesburg, Dec. 29, aged 24.
HAINS—On January 27, at Hastings, Helen, wife of Henry Hains, of Pretoria.
HEPBURN, Rev. J. D., Gateshead, December 31.
MASTERS, F. E., Port Elizabeth, Dec. 31, aged 21.
MOORSHEAD, J., Kroonstad, December 25, aged 36.
REYNOLDS, Mrs. R. W., Johannesburg, January 8, aged 34.
SMITH, Mrs. C., Johannesburg, Jan. 2, aged 31.
STONE, Miss J. C., Queenstown, Dec. 30, aged 40.
CROW—At Port Elizabeth, George Crow, aged 33, solicitor, Suffolk House, Laurence Pountney Hill, London, and second son of Frederick G. Crow, Parkville, Dumpton, Ramsgate.
HARDING—Killed in Matabeleland, date unknown, with Major Wilson’s party, Sidney Charles, formerly of Felstead School, and St. John’s College, Cambridge, aged 32, the affectionate and only son of Colonel Charles Harding, Alexandra Road, South Hampstead.
LENDY—On the 17th ult., at Bulawayo, of acute peritonitis, Charles Frederick Lendy, R.A., aged 31, elder son of the late Major A. F. Lendy, of Sunbury-on-Thames, within a month of the death of his brother, Captain E. A. W. Lendy, D.S.O., aged 25 years, both deeply mourned.
NUNN—In December, 1893, beyond the Shangani River, Matabeleland, with Major Wilson’s force, Percy Crampton Nunn, fourth son of the late Robert Nunn, of Bury St. Edmunds, aged 38 years.
RITCHIE—On the 4th ult., at Grahamstown, Agnes H. Ritchie, daughter of the late Henry Ritchie, Esq., of Colombo, Ceylon, aged 33.
ROSS—On the 26th ult., at Linden Gardens, Bayswater, after great suffering, John Robert, second son of the late John Ross, of Mount Nelson, Cape of Good Hope, and grandson of the late Hon. Hamilton Ross, aged 61. No flowers, by request.
10 February 1894
AUBREY, Mrs. L. S., Johannesburg, January 10.
FELDMANN, Mrs. H., Johannesburg, January 10.
HAMEL, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, January 7.
NOBLE, Mrs. R., Johannesburg, January 7.
OLIVER, Mrs. E. O., East London, January 8.
ROWLES, Mrs. T. E., King William’s Town, Jan. 12.
BROWN, Mrs. S., Kimberley, January 10.
DICKSON, Mrs. J., Kimberley, January 11.
FULLER, Mrs. A. W., East London, January 8.
LOWN—On January 23, at Port Nolloth, Namaqualand, the wife of Arthur Hamblen Lown.
MAGGS, Mrs. J., Pretoria, January 6.
VAN DER VELDE, Mrs. J. T., Johannesburg, Jan. 5.
BACON, G. E.—HARRIS, A. O., Grahamstown, January 6.
BRADFORD, N. K.—HADDOCK, L., Kimberley, January 11.
DOBBIE, W. H.—DOBBIE, E., Cape Town, Jan., 10.
GARDNER, G. S.—PRESTON, L. M., Queen’s Town, January 10.
HOCKEY, E. C.—EVANS, A. H., Potchefstroom, January 10.
ORPEN, A. F.—SHORT, E. A., Port Elizabeth, January 4.
WEBSTER, T. W.—DAVIES, M. L., Kimberley, January 9.
EASLEY, F. W., Port Elizabeth, January 4, aged 34.
FRASER, Mrs. C. M., Johannesburg, Jan. 7, aged 31.
GARREAU, R. A., Cape Town, January 10, aged 40.
HARDY, J., East London, January 9, aged 83.
HOCKING, Mrs. M., Johannesburg, Jan. 11, aged 34.
HOYLE, Mrs. E. S., East London, Jan. 5, aged 83.
LEACH, W. N., Kenilworth, January 5, aged 50.
LEAN, R. H., Pretoria, January 8, aged 30.
RITCHIE, H., Grahamstown, January 7, aged 33.
SHAW, G., Grahamstown, January 10, aged 63
TURNBULL, Rev. J., Green Point, Jan. 12, aged 69.
WILMOT, J. C., Port Elizabeth, Jan. 4, aged 43.
COLQUHOUN—Killed in Matabeleland with Major Wilson’s force, about December 4th, Frederick Crossley Colquhoun, aged 26, youngest son of the late Francis Crossley Colquhoun, Assist. Com.-General, and of Mrs. Colquhoun, of Rossdhu, Bedford.
DOBSON—On February 1, Captain Robert Collis Dobson, 3rd East Lancashire Regt., and late of Carrington’s Horse, South Africa, younger son of Mr. Matthew Dobson, 26, Albert Hall Mansions.
KINLOCH—Killed in action against the Matabele on the Shangani River, under Major Wilson, on or about the 4th December, Harry Graham Kinloch, aged 30, second son of Charles Kinloch, Northwick Lodge, Harrow.
PAULL—On January 4, at Upper Umzimkulu, Griqualand East, of influenza, Lavington Henry, second son of the late Fred. A. Paull and Mrs. Paull, 4, Radnor Cliff, Sandgate, aged 41.
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BOWERS, Mrs. E. A., Kimberley, January 14.
BROSTER, Mrs. C. J., Queenstown, January 16.
EDGE, Mrs. D., Pretoria, January 12.
GOBLE, Mrs. P., Bethlehem, Orange Free State, January 15.
HUDSON, Mrs. G., Fraserburg, January 13.
KELLY, Mrs. W. T., Ladybrand, January 13.
MARRIOTT, Mrs. W. C., Kimberley, January 17.
RATTRAY, Mrs. H. J., Pretoria, January 15.
SUTCLIFFE, Mrs. B., Johannesburg, January 15.
THORNE, Mrs. J. M., Stutterheim, January 10.
VAN ZWIETEN, Mrs. H., Wynberg, January 22.
CLARK, Mrs. J., Vryburg, January 12.
COBLEY, Mrs. W. H., Ladysmith, January 10.
DUBBER, Mrs. C. R., Grahamstown, January 18.
GREDHALS, Mrs. M. J., Graaf-Reinet, January 13.
LUBBERS, Mrs. W. R., Johannesburg, January 13.
RUDDLE, Mrs. H. J., Port Elizabeth, January 12.
VAN RENEN, Mrs. J. W., Kimberley, January 15.
WESSELS, Mrs. A. G., Beaconsfield, January 16.
YOUNG, Mrs. J. A., Port Elizabeth, January 13.
CLARK, J. F.—MARWICK, E. E., Richmond, Jan. 16.
DEVLIN, J.—WILLIAMS, A. M., Port Elizabeth, January 16.
FRASER, W. N.—MCNAUGHTON, E., Johannesburg, January 17.
LEWIS, A.—CELLS, M. G. M., Port Alfred, Jan. 17.
MORTON, F. W. C.—ANDERSON, L. E., Lovedale, January 10.
ROBERTS, A. J.—HOPSON, E. J., Durban, Jan. 16.
SHEPSTONE, P. W.—GILES, J. R. M., Richmond (Natal), January 17.
SHORTT, J. W.—MATTHEWS, M. I., Kimberley, January 13.
STOWE, S. F.—MUIRE, M. W., Grahamstown, January 16.
WALLIS, C.—DIXON, A. G., Bathurst, January 17.
BAYLY, Mrs. J. A. B., Britstown, January 19.
CHILES—On January 12, at Colesburg, Cape Colony, William Calvin (Willie) Chiles, aged 41.
COMRIE, Mrs. J., Durban, Jan. 10, aged 75.
DE VRIES, Miss J., Stellenbosch, Jan. 20, aged 21.
HUBBARD, W. R., Mowbray, Jan. 15, aged 65.
PAYNTER, T. J., Kimberley, Jan. 15, aged 35.
ROUX, A. J., Fransche Hoek, Jan. 12, aged 56.
KINLOCH—On or about December 4, killed in action against the Matabele, on the Shangani River, under Major Wilson, Harry Graham Kinloch, aged 30, second son of Charles Kinloch, Northwick Lodge, Harrow.
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FORD, Mrs. A. J., Kimberley, January 20.
HOLLAND, Mrs. J. A., Port Elizabeth, January 24.
LITTLEJOHN, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, January 22.
POOLEY, Mrs. G. de C., Uitenhage, January 21.
RAMSBOTTOM, Mrs. A. E., Fauresmith, January 17.
VAN BUUREN, Mrs. J. G., Johannesburg, Jan. 19.
PETERS, Mrs. A. M., Johannesburg, January 24.
WALKER, Mrs. W., Grahamstown, January 22.
COBLEY—On January 10, at Ladysmith, Natal, the wife of W. H. Cobley, Mem. Inst. C. E.
CONDON—On January 24, at “Hartlip,” Vryburg, British Bechuanaland, the wife of George Condon.
CHEW, Dr. W. R.—GREENLEES, M. W., Graham’s Town, January 20.
GORDON, J. L.—LORING, M. D., Graham’s Town, January 23.
HENDERSON, S.—KANES, P. G. B., Cape Town, January 26.
KINSELLA, J.—WYNNE, J., Port Elizabeth, Jan. 17.
LEES, T.—MCGRATH, M. R., Port Elizabeth, January 20.
NELSON, R. C.—DE KOCK, A. G. J., Cape Town, January 17.
NORDEN, P. J., Junr.—ROUSSEAU, S., Riebeek East, January 24.
REES, C.—GIRDLESTONE, M. A. F., Barkly West, January 24.
WADEMAN, W.—BRANDT, S., Johannesburg, January 23.
BERRANGE, Mrs. V. C. M., Cape Town, January 24.
BLAIR, Mrs. T., Port Elizabeth, Jan. 24, aged 56.
CROSS, A. J., King William’s Town, January 19, aged 35.
CROWE, G., Port Elizabeth, January 23, aged 31.
DOBSON, R., Port Elizabeth, January 26, aged 72.
DON, J., Port Elizabeth, January 21, aged 74.
FENDICK, Dr. R. W., Jacobsdal, O.F.S., Jan. 19
JOHNSON, F., Cape Town, January 23, aged 59.
MACKAY, J. H., Johannesburg, January 19, aged 41.
NORTON, B., Johannesburg, January 24, aged 64.
SMITH, Mrs. W. D., Krugersdorp, Jan. 21, aged 23.
WALKER, Mrs. J. J. G., Claremont, Jan. 23, aged 32.
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ELLA, Mrs. H., Queenstown, January 26.
GIDDY, Mrs. C. R., Cape Town, January 17.
HOLLAND, Mrs. J. A., Port Elizabeth, January 24.
JOOSTE, Mrs. G. F., Johannesburg, February 2.
MARSHALL, Mrs. V. E., Pretoria, January 29.
MURRAY, Mrs. A. P., Port Elizabeth, January 29.
STEIN, Mrs. J., Venterstad, January 29.
TENBES (TEUBES?), Mrs. A. J., Cape Town, January 17.
WRIGHT, Mrs. E. W., Johannesburg, January 25.
GRIFFITH—On the 26th inst., at Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, the wife of Mr. William Griffith, M. Inst. M.E., The De Beers Syndicates, Mashonaland.
BLANCKENBERG, Mrs. C. E., Zand Drift, Jan. 20.
GARDNER, Mrs. W. N., Stutterheim, January 29.
GOODSIR, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, February 1.
JACOBSON, Mrs. C. I., Pretoria, January 29.
POWELL, Mrs. A. L. J., Barkly West, January 27.
BRODRICK, L.—PAVEY, E. R., Cape Town, Feb. 6.
LOMAS, G. B.—HAMLIN, J., Johannesburg, Jan. 29.
PARK, W. S.—SIM, G., Cape Town, Jan. 31.
POPE, C. A.—BROTHERTON, R., Molteno, Jan. 24.
ROSS, G. A. V.—PARR, E. E., Dria Kuil, O.F.S., January 25.
WATSON, J. M.—HARPER, A. J., Johannesburg, January 24.
WILKINSON—MORGAN—On the 20th inst., in London, Mr. Hendry D. Wilkinson, M.I.E.E., to Miss Morgan, of Cape Town.
ANNANDALE, Mrs. E. M., Ficksburg, January 25, aged 39.
ARBUCKLE, W., Johannesburg, Feb. 2, aged 26.
BEATTIE, Mrs. K., King William’s Town, January 31, aged 68.
LAWLOR, T., Kimberley, January 28, aged 62.
LOUW, P. L., Colesburg, January 26, aged 68.
MIDDLETON, Mrs. E., Johannesburg, January 30, aged 28.
ELLISON—In loving memory of William Ellison, Architect, late of Nottingham Road, South Croydon, and 4, Queen Victoria Street, E.C., who died February 24, 1893.
10 March 1894
BINNIE, Mrs. F., Ladysmith, February 4.
EEDES, Mrs. C., Caledon, February 4.
ERLANK, Mrs. A. J. Graaff-Reinet, February 4.
HARWARD, Mrs. A. G. N., Verulam, February 7.
IVY, Mrs. J. R., Port Elizabeth, February 7.
KNOX, Mrs. A., Johannesburg, February 7.
LINDSAY, Mrs. H. L., Johannesburg, February 6.
LITTLEJOHN, Mrs. P., Newcastle, February 4.
PHILIPS, Mrs. E. F., Cape Town, February 9.
WILSON, Mrs. W. T., Cape Town, February 6.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. W. D., Durban, February 3.
CARSTENSEN, Mrs. A., Johannesburg, February 4.
DAVIDSEN, Mrs. C., Durban, February 8.
FERRANTI, Mrs. M. Z. de, Durban, February 7.
KEMP, Mrs. S. B., Maritzburg, February 6.
KLISSER, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, February 3.
MARAIS, Mrs. A. J. B., Kimberley, February 2.
O’GRADY, Mrs. J., Johannesburg, February 4.
PLAYER, Mrs. F., Richmond, Natal, February 4.
ALVAREZ, D.—DRISCOLL, A., Kimberley, Feb. 5.
BUCK, Wm.—GREGORY, H. H. J., Port Elizabeth, February 5.
CURREY, A.—BEEVOR, F., Kimberley, February 5.
DANIELL, W. H.—SALHAM, E. M., Sidbury, February 5.
HARVEY, A. B.—TUSON, V. E. B., Cape Town, January 31.
HUMPHREY, J. C.—HANCOCK, C. M., Ixopo, February 1.
LOMAS, J. E. H.—WILLS, S. F., Johannesburg, February 3.
MACKINTOSH, J.—GRIFFITHS, E. M., Thornhill, February 6.
MCCREIGHT, W.—BOYCE, C., Cape Town, Feb. 12.
COVENTRY, J., Ladysmith, February 3, aged 73.
DOWNS, M. A., Durban, February 2, aged 33.
GOODWIN, Mrs. J., Durban, February 5, aged 83.
DU PLESSIS, Mrs. S. C., Paarl, Feb. 5, aged 58.
LAWRIE, Mrs. J., Pretoria, February 5.
MARKUS, A. Johannesburg, February 3, aged 42.
SCHOLTZ, Mrs. J., Rondebosch, Feb. 6, aged 36.
WHITEHORN, W., Grahamstown, Feb. 3, aged 73.
24 March 1894
CRAMER, Mrs. J., Kimberley, February 17.
CREWE—On February 23, at Barkly East, the wife of Charles Preston Crewe.
DONALD, Mrs. J., Kimberley, February 20.
ELLIS, Mrs. A. B., Johannesburg, February 17.
FROJGER, Mrs. J., Barberton, February 19.
GILBERT, Mrs. J., Kimberley, February 17.
HALL, Mrs. G. H., Durban, February 18.
HENOCHSBERG, Mrs. D. N., Durban, February 16.
HOLT, Mrs. A., Port Elizabeth, February 20.
JACKSON, Mrs. C. M., Kimberley, February 18.
NEWTON, Mrs. E., Oudtshoorn, February 18.
REINHOLD, Mrs. C. W., East London, February 18.
TOLKIEN, Mrs. A. R., Bloemfontein, February 17.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. W. H., Kimberley, February 21.
EARLY, Mrs. E. H., Pinetown, February 20.
FLOYD, Mrs. J., Kimberley, February 18.
HAUERNICK, Mrs. H. W., East London, Feb. 18.
HOYLE—On the 15th inst., at Johannesburg, the wife of J. Johnson Hoyle, B.A.
LIPPRATT, Mrs. G. H., Du Toit’s Pan, February 19.
PATTANSKY, Mrs. J. M., Johannesburg, February 17.
ZOUTENDYK, Mrs. N. H., Johannesburg, Feb. 18.
JONES, W. S.—NEWELL, A. E., Port Elizabeth, February 21.
ROBERTSON, R. J.—DREDGE, A. E., King William’s Town, February 21.
EASTWOOD—BIDWELL—On February 5, at St. Katherine’s Church, Uitenhage, by the Rev. C. B. Jecks, Arthur Keble, youngest son of the late Wm. Eastwood, Esq., Seaford, to Emma Mary, third daughter of H. W. Bidwell, Esq., of Uitenhage.
HERBERT—MERCER—On Tuesday, February 6, at Holy Trinity Church, Cape Town, Henry Arthur Herbert, Chief Inspector of the African Banking Corporation, son of H. A. Herbert, Esq., and grandson of the late Rector of Rathdowney, Ireland, to Edith S. D. Mercer, daughter of the late Henry H. Mercer, of the Commissariat, and granddaughter of G. B. Bennett, of Waterhof, Cape Town.
BELL, M. A., Queenstown, February 15, aged 61.
CATHCART, Mrs. R., Fontesvilla, Feb. 14, aged 39.
FERGUSON, C., Johannesburg, Feb. 19, aged 53.
FRASER, J., Pretoria, February 20, aged 39.
GLOVER, B., Kalk Bay, February 20, aged 36.
KING, F., Port Elizabeth, February 19, aged 66.
KNAAGS, C. M., Durban, February 14, aged 26.
MEYER, H. W., East London, Feb. 15, aged 61.
RUSSELL, Mrs. M., Kimberley, February 17.
SANDERS, W. H., Pretoria, February 20, aged 76.
SHELDON, Mrs. J. K., Cape Town, February 24.
TRENOR, F. C., Durban, February 18, aged 23.
WESSELS, F. J., Sterkstroom, February 16, aged 24.
31 March 1894
BUTT—On March 12, at Lemoenfontein, Beaufort West, the wife of T. B. Butt.
COLEPEPER, Mrs. W., Durban, February 24.
CHAMBERLAIN, Mrs. W. F., Grahamstown, Feb. 24.
FILMER, Mrs. H. J., Johannesburg, Feb. 23.
GRAY, Mrs. J., King William’s Town, Feb. 24.
HAWKER, Mrs. H. E., Durban, February 27.
HYLAND, Mrs. T. E., Johannesburg, Feb. 28.
KIMBER—On Easter Eve, the 24th inst., at Maritzdaal, Oakdale Road, Streatham, the wife of Henry Dixon Kimber.
SILLS, Mrs. J. D., Johannesburg, February 27.
WARD, Mrs. W., Grahamstown, March 4.
BETTERIDGE, Mrs. W., Kimberley, February 27.
BOSMAN, Mrs. J. W., Worcester, February 26.
FALCONER, Mrs. P. C., Pretoria, February 26.
HODGES, Mrs. A. H., Queenstown, February 28.
MCKENZIE, Mrs. P., Lady Frere, February 25.
MORKEL, Mrs. A. C., Vryburg, February 23.
SOLOMON, Mrs. L. J., Kimberley, February 24.
WOOD, Mrs. B., Beaufort West, February 25.
ALDRIDGE, W.—DOWIE, M., Grahamstown, Feb. 28.
ALEXANDER, J.—HOOD, J., Durban, February 17.
CROSS, J. W.—EASTWOOD, M. L., Maritzburg, February 21.
MASON, R. J.—SAYNTON, R., Johannesburg, February 27.
PIKE, D.—ROSS, H., Kimberley, February 27.
TWOGOOD, E. M.—BEVAN, J. J., Cape Town, February 27.
ARTHUR, J., Woodstock, February 28, aged 51.
BARKER, J. H., Worcester, February 28, aged 26.
DE VILLIERS, G. H., Cape Town, Feb. 25, aged 29.
DUNCAN, L. F., Cape Town, February 25.
DU PLESSIS, A. G., Worcester, Feb. 28, aged 21.
EVANS, G. H., Johannesburg, February 25, aged 37.
GOBLE, Mrs. M., Green Point, Feb. 28, aged 70.
JOHNSTONE, A., Johannesburg, Feb. 25, aged 31.
KENT, G., Oudtshoorn, March 1, aged 55.
MORRIS, W., Port Elizabeth, March 1, aged 74.
REARDON, Mrs. T., King William’s Town, February 26, aged 31.
THEEMAN, M. H., Kimberley, Feb. 26, aged 44.
VAN NIEKERK, J. O., Paarl, February 28, aged 44.
WATSON, Mrs. E. M., Somerset East, February 23, aged 43.
WOOD, Mrs. B., Beaufort West, March 1, aged 23.
CAMERON—On the 25th inst., at Soulbury, Bucks, Captain Verney Lovett Cameron, R.N., C.B., D.C.L., in his 50th year.
OWEN—On Good Friday, at Lowestoft, Sir Philip Cunliffe Owen, K.C.B., aged 65 years.
WILDE—On the 21st inst., at 26, Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, W., Alfred Carrington Wilde, late Resident Magistrate and Civil Commissioner, Port Elizabeth, sixth son of the late Sir John Wilde, K.C.B., Chief Justice, Cape of Good Hope.
THE LATE MR. A. C. WILDE
The death of Mr. A. C. Wilde in Kensington last week removes a once well-known figure at the Cape Bar. The deceased gentleman was the sixth son of Sir John Wilde, Judge Advocate of New South Wales, and at one time Chief Justice of Cape Colony, and also a nephew of Thomas Wilde, Baron Truro, Lord Chancellor. Mr. Wilde began his career at the age of 20 as Attorney of the Supreme Court, Cape Town. He was afterwards Secretary to the Chief Justice, and successively Civil Commissioner and Resident Magistrate at Mossel Bay, Swellendam, and Port Elizabeth, at which latter place he remained over 25 years. None of his judgments were ever reversed. He took the lead in philanthropic movements throughout the Eastern Province, among which may be noted the introduction of Sunday closing, and the improvement in the condition of prisons. Mr. Wilde was instrumental in getting together the splendid volunteer corps known as Prince Alfred’s Guard, of which he was Colonel. This regiment won distinction in the Zulu War, and was recently heard of in connection with the offer to proceed to Pondoland. Mr. Wilde retired in 1889, and shortly afterwards came to England. His withdrawal from Colonial life was much regretted, as he was a great social favourite, and the regret felt at the news of his decease will be both deep and widespread, both in the Cape Colony and in Natal, where, particularly at Pietermaritzburg, not a few of his former official colleagues and private friends are now resident.