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Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1863, Sunday, December 18, 1831


On the 12th instant, at Swanbourne, Bucks, the Lady of Sir T. F. FREMANTLE, Bart., M.P. of a son.

At St. Hillier, Jersey, the Lady of — DE VEULLE, Esq., daughter of T. Tindal, Esq., of Aylesbury, and niece to Chief Justice Sir N. Tindal, of twin children, a boy and a girl.


On the 13th instant, at St. Pancras New Church, J. RAMSEY, Esq., of his Majesty's General Post Office, to SOPHIA, daughter of R. BARRON, Esq. of Mecklenburgh square.

On the 13th instant, R. T. GILPIN, Esq., only son of R. Gilpin, Esq., of Hockliffe Grange, Bedfordshire, to LOUISA, daughter of Lieut. General BROWN, of Weymouth.


On the 13th instant, aged two years and a half LOUISA CATHERINE, fourth daughter of J. B. HEATH, Esq., of Russell square.

On the 11th inst., at her house, Vale place, Hammersmith, in her 83d year, FRANCES, widow of the late R. ADNAM, Esq.

On the 12th inst., in her 70th year, the Rev. J. ADAMS, rector of Chaselton, Oxfordshire.

On the 13th instant, Mr. JOHN PENNOCK, of Scarborough, Yorkshire, aged 75.

On Friday Alderman Sir C. FLOWER, expired, after an illness of about ten days' continuance. Sir Charles was supposed to be the wealthiest man in the corporation. It is said, he died worth upwards of half a million.

J. H. LOCKHART, eldest son of J. G. Lockhart, Esq., on the 15th inst., at his father's residence, in Sussex place, Regent's park, in his eleventh year.

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