N° 33 048
LONDON, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890
O n the 6th April, between Calcutta and Madras,
JOY, wife of C.C.T. EASTGATE, of Calcutta, of
O n the 24th inst., at Harrow, to ELSIE, wife of W
M. BAIRD, of Montreal, a daughter.
O n June 25th, LADY ELEANOR FINWALL, of a
O n the 22nd
June, at St.
Queniborough, by the Rev. Bassett Kerry, BASIL
EDGAR PEDLEY, of Bulcote Manor, Nottingham,
to ELIZABETH MAY CORAH, of Hayes Grange,
Slinfold, younger daughter of the Tate Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Corah of Scraptoft Hall, Leicester.
O n the 23rd June, at St. Mary’s, Fenchurch, EC,
by the Rev. Das Hagen, MAURICE DAVID
NIVEN, son of the late Maurice Niven, of Ely, to
AMANDA, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
S. BUTLER, of Havering, Stansted, Essex.
O n the 23rd inst., JOHN A. PLUMMER, of
Clapham and Old Jewry, aged 71.
O n the 23rd inst., after many months of patient
suffering, MIRIAM GODDING, aged 59 years,
for 38 years the faithful friend and servant of Henry
John Cohen of Fairfield, Brixton-hill. Interred at
Norwood Cemetery. Canadian papers, copy.
O n the 24th inst., at Whetstone, KATHLEEN
MARY, infant daughter of HARRY WILKINSON
BROOKS, aged six months.
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