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    CATCHLOVE, Emma Maud
    b. 23 Sep 1871
    Auburn, SA
    d. 30 Mar 1894
    Adelaide, SA
    m. OLIFFE, William

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MONTHLY SUMMARY OF BIRTHS,   MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.   BIRTHS.             ACRAMAN.— On the 21st September, at Walkerville, the wife of J. Acraman, of a son.   ANDREWS. —On the 13th September, at Beaumont, the wife of W. B. T. Andrews, Registrar-General, of a daughter.     AULD.—On the 24th September, at Auldana, the wife of W. P. Auld, of a son, which only survived a few hours.     BENNETT.— On the 10th September, at Harboune Villa, Norwood, the wife of Mr. John Bennett, of a son.             BENNY.—On the 4th October, at Hillside House, Morphett Vale, the wife of the Rev. Geo. Benny, of a daughter.           BOSWORTH.— On the 17th September, at Prior's Court, near Noarlunga, the wife of Richd. D. Bosworth, of a son. Melbourne and Tasma- nian papers please copy.     BOWERING.— On the 10th September, at Wallaroo Bay, the wife of Mr. Jonathan Bowering, bootmaker, of a son. BROWN.— On the 5th October, at Parkside,   the wife of Henry Brown, of a daughter. BROWN.— On the 5th September, at Vir-   ginia, the wife of W. V. Brown, jun., of a son. CATCHLOVE.— On the 23rd September, at Auburn, Mrs. Francis H. Catchlove, of a daughter. CLARK.—On the 30th September, at Ward street, North Adelaide, Mrs. A. Sidney Clark, of a daughter. CLARK.— On the 4th October, at Mayfield House, Finniss Flat, the wife of Mr. John Clark (of Clark Brothers, Kadina), of a daughter. CONNOR.—On the 17th September, at Fin- don, the wife of G. A. Connor, of a daughter. CORNISH.— On the 27th September, at New Glenelg, Mrs. Cornish, of a son. CROZIER.— On the 9th September, at Murray Vale, the wife of W. Crozier, Esq., Moorana, River Murray, of a son. DALTON.—On the 15th September, at Ken- sington, the wife of C. H. Dalton, of a son. DeMOLE.— On the 12th September, at Nelson street, Stepney, the wife of H. W. DeMole, of a son. DOWNING.— On the 17th September, at Aldinga, the wife of Mr. G. D. Downing, of a daughter. DRAKE. — On the 9th September, at Kooringa, the widow of the late H. J. Drake, of a son. DUMAS.— On the 25th September, at King William-street, the wife of Mr. V. E. R. Dumas, of a daughter. EMERSON.— On the 2nd October, at Ka- punda, Mrs. Emerson, of a daughter. FRANKLIN.— On the 15th September, at Sturt-street, the wife of C. H. Franklin, of a son. FREWIN.— On the 9th September, at Queens- town, the wife of W. H. Frewin, of a son. GAYLARD.— At Burrow Hill Farm, the wife of Percival Gaylard, of the seventh daughter. GOLDSACK.— On the 22nd September, at Glen Osmond, the wife of Mr. M. Goldsack, of a son. GREGORSON.— On the 17th July, at Cala- man Villa, Lochgilphead, Scotland, the wife of Angus Gregorson, Esq., Ardtornish, of a son. HENDERSON.— On the 9th September, at Robe, the wife of John Henderson, of a daughter.           HOWE.— On the 5th October, at Gawler, the wife of J. H. Howe, of a daughter.

KILLICOAT.— On the 10th September, at   King William-street, Adelaide, Mrs. Wm. Killicoat, of a daughter. Both doing well. LAUGHTON.— On the 19th September, at her residence, Burnside, the wife of Edward Laughton, of a daughter. LAWSON.— On the 27th September, at Mallala, Grace Plains, the wife of Alexander Lawson, licensed teacher, of a daughter. MILLARD.— On the 30th September, Mrs. John Millard, of the Commercial School, Lefevre's Peninsula, of a son. MITCHELL.— On the 16th September, at Queenstown, Mrs. James Mitchell, of a son. MUMME.—On the 22nd September, at Hill View House, Magill, the wife of J. E. Mumme, Esq., of a daughter. NEWMAN.— On the 3rd October, at Gawler street, Kapunda, the wife of J. E. Newman, jun., of a daughter. NEWMAN.—On the 11th September, at the   Wesleyan Parsonage, Yankalilla, the wife of the   Rev. Charles T. Newman, of a son. PALMER.— On the 9th September, at Greenock, the wife of Mr. Alfred Palmer, of a daughter. PENBERTHY.— On the 14th September, at the New Kanmantoo Mine, the wife of Captain John Penberthy, of a son. POUND.— On the 16th September, at Park- side, Mrs. J. Pound, of a son. ROBIN.— On the 8th September, at Hanson street, the wife of David Robin, of a daughter. SABINE.—On the 1st October, at South Glenelg, Mrs. Clement Sabine, of a daughter. SAVAGE.— On the 27th September, at Kent Town, Mrs. William Savage, of a son. SMITH.—On the 8th October, at Briers, Mrs. R. Barr Smith, of a daughter. SMITH.— On the 11th September, at Bath- bank, O'Halloran Hill, Mrs. Robert Smith, of a son.     SMYTH— On the 12th September, at Christ- church Parsonage, Kapunda, the wife of the Rev. T. Jasper Smyth, M. A., of a son.   SOLOMON.—On the 8th September, the wife   of Mr. J. M. Solomon, Mayor of Adelaide, of a daughter.   STOBIE.— On the 1st October, at Kapunda, the wife of Mr. James Stobie, of a daughter. WADDY. — On the 16th September, at William-street, Norwood, the wife of R. W.   M. Waddy, of a daughter. WARD.— On the 25th September, at her residence, Lock-terrace, the wife of Mr. Ebenezer Ward, M.P., of a daughter. WHITMORE.—On the 30th September, at Teatree Gully, Mrs. W. Whitmore, of a son. YOUNG.—On the 11th September, at Port Augusta, Mrs. Thomas Young, of a daughter. MARRIAGES.   BADCOCK—TRELOAR.—On the 19th Sep- tember, at Watervale, by the Rev. Octavius Lake, Harrold, only son of Mr. J. Badcock, to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. F. Treloar, both of Watervale. BEYER—HADDRICK.—On the 5th October,     at Trinity Church, North-terrace, by the Rev. R. Reid, Mr. August Heinrich Beyer, to Lavinia Laura Adeline, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas G. Haddrick, of Adelaide. BRIDESON — COMMONS. — On the 5th Octoier, at Gawler, by Rev. R. Lang, William   Brideson, to Kelly Chapman Commons, second daughter of James Commons, both of Kangaroo Flat.   BRILEY—EUSTACE. — On the 10th Sep- tember, at the residence of Mr. John Eustace, Mount Gambier, by the Rev. Mr. Cole, Jeremiah, son of Mr. Joseph Briley, to Mary Jane, daughter of Mrs. Walkley, Hindmarsh, both of Mount Gambier. BYRNE—ROWLANDS.—On the 24th Sep-     tember, at Mount Gambier, by the Rev. H. Cole, Alfred, third son of Mr. J. Byrne, North Adelaide, to Maria Matilda, third daughter of Mr. John Rowlands, Kensington Park. COLES—SANDERS.—On the 7th September,   at the residence of the bride's father, Pengilly, by the Rev. James Trewin, William, eldest son of Mr. John Coles, Woodberry Lodge, late of Her Majesty's Civil Service, to Mary M., second daughter of John Sanders, Esq.   CRUTTENDEN — PERRY. — On the 5th   October, at St. Matthew's, Kensington, by the Rev. Edmund Jenkins, Incumbent, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Green, Incumbent of St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, Henry Downie,   youngest son of the late Robert Cruttenden, Esq., of Guernsey, to Alice Sophia, fourth daughter of Charles A. Perry, of Kensington. DODD— HARRIS.— On the 28th September,   at Norfolk Farm, Carracalinga, by licence, by the Rev. Charles T. Newman, Mr. John Dodd, to Mrs. Mary Ellen Harris, of Maclaren Vale. DOWNER—HENDERSON.—On the 28th September, at St. Andrew's Church, Wakefield street, by the Rev. James Henderson, father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. James Lyall, John William Downer, of Adelaide, solicitor, to Eliza, third daughter of the Rev. James Hender- son.   GREEN—HAY.—On the 28th September, at the Congregational Church, Kapunda, by the Rev. Morgan Williams, B.A., Mr. Clement Green, to Janet Grant, daughter of Mr. James H. Hay, both of Kapunda. At the close of the service a handsome family Bible was presented   by the members of the Bible Class to the bride and bridegroom. HARRIS—LYNCH.—On the 4th October, at     the residence of Mr. J. Harris, Marden, by the Rev. Thomas Piper, George Henry Harris, of Marden, to Marion Herberto Lynch,of Athelstone. HAY— BROWN.— On the 6th October, at the   residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Macbean, Archibald Hay, of the Glen, to   Isabella Brown.         HAWKINS—LAMBERT.—On the 20th Sep- tember, at S. John's Church, Auburn, by the Rev. C. Goodenough Taplin, brother-in-law of the bride, the Rev. Charles Wriothesley   Hawkins, S.A.C., Incumbent of S. John's, Auburn, late Missionary Chaplain, Sarawak, Borneo, to Georgiana Katherine Lambert,   second daughter of G. R. Lambert, Esq., of Kercoonda House, near Auburn.     HOOD—HUBBE.—On the 19th September, by the Rev. J. L. Parsons, John Hood, of Camberwell, London, to Martha Mary Hubbe, eldest daughter of Ulrich Hubbe, LL.D., of   Adelaide. HORNSBY—WATSON.—On the 14th Sep-     tember, at St. Mark's, Woodside, by the Rev. W. A. Clayfield, Henry, second son of Mr. J. H. Hornsby, of Hindmarsh Island, to Sarah,   youngest daughter of Mr. James Watson, of Woodside and Narracoorte, late of Lammer- moor, Scotland. KITCHEN—ASHIWITH.—On the 19th Sep- tember, at the residence of Mr. John Hains, Port Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. G. W. Patchell, Wesleyan minister, John Kitchen, to Elizabeth Ashiwith, both of Lincolnshire. LAFFER— HUMPHRIS.— On the 5th October, by the Rev. D. Badger, Mr. Albert Ogilvie Laffer, the youngest son of Mr. Jas. Laffer, to Rebecca Sillon Humphris, youngest daughter of Mr. Richard Humphris, of Morphett Vale. MARTIN—McLAREN.—On the 20th Sep-   tember, at Chalmers Church Manse, Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. John Davidson, William Martin, of Mallala, to Agnes McLaren of Magill. Both from Scotland. McDONALD—WATT.—On the 22nd Sep-   tember, by the Rev. John Anderson, Presby-   terian Minister, at the residence of the bride's father, Thornfield, Strathalbyn, John McDonald, of Holm Park, near Kooringa, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Watt. MORTON—PADDICK.—On the 5th October, at the residence of the bride's parents, Clarendon,   by the Rev. Joseph Spence, Mr. Robin Morton,   Riverton, to Miss Maria Dunwile, daughter of Mr. Henry Paddick, Clarendon. NANKEIVELL—MATTHEWS.—On the 6th September, by licence, by the Rev. J. Hancock, Edward Nankeivell, of Boor's Plains, to Elizabeth Whearn Matthews. POLLARD—McDONALD.—On the 7th Sep-     tember, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Trewin, Bible Christian minister, Mr. Jas. Pollard, to Annie, daughter of Mr. W. J. McDonald, Auburn.   REEVES—COWLED.—On the 5th October, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by licence, by the Rev. R. Reid, Mr. S. Reeves, of Port Wakefield, to Louisa Mildred, youngest daughter of John Cowled, Esq., of Grove Cottage, Watervale. RUSSELL—HICKS. — On the 14th Sep-   tember, at St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. Samuel Green, Arthur, fourth son of Mr. James Ralph Russell, of Rosewater, to Barbara Isabella Elizabeth Drake, only daughter of Mr. Thomas Hicks, of Portland Estate. SHORT—LOWE.—On the 5th October, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Mr. Whittington, Mr. James Short, Gawler to Jane,

          second daughter of Mr. Alex. Lowe, carpenter,   near Smithfield.   SMYTH— EGAN. — On the 5th October, at     St. Patrick's Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. P. Hughes, Mr. Thomas Smyth, of Alma Plains, brother of the late Vicar-General, to Catherine, daughter of Mr. William Egan, of Hindley street, Adelaide. WADEY—MORGAN.—On the 26th Sep- member, at St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, by the Rev. Samuel Green, William Wadey, eldest son of Charles Wadey, of Currie-street, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Louis Morgan, of Yatala. WAKE— EVERETT.— On the 4th October, by licence, at the residence of the bride's father, Templers, by the Rev. S. Wellington, Mr. Edwin Wake, to Miss Caroline Everett, daughter of Mr. John Everett. WATSON—SMITH.—On the 30th September,   at the Flinders-street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Lyall, James Jones Watson, to Isabella Smith. WIGG — DAVIDSON.— On the 6th Sep- tember, at the residence of J. M. Anderson, Buxton-street, North Adelaide, by the Rev. J. L. Parsons, Edward N. Wigg, eldest son of E. S. Wigg, of this city, to Jessie, eldest daughter of the late John Davidson, of Thornhill crescent, Islington, London. No cards. WOOD—MORRIS.—On the 18th September,   by special licence, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. C. D. Watt, Barclay Wood, storekeeper, Meningie, to Emma Louisa, fifth daughter of the late Mr. Edward Morris, of Balhannah. YOUNG — DINGLE. — On the 19th Sep- tember, at the Bible Christian Chapel, Kan- garoo Flat, by the Rev. R. Lang, William A. Young, fifth son of Mr. William Young, Pin-     kerton's Plains, to Jane, third daughter of Mr. John Dingle, Roseworthy.   DEATHS.   ADAMS.— On the 9th September at his resi- dence, Currie-street, of dysentery, Mr. Charley Henry Adams, pianist, aged 37 years.   ALEXANDER.— On the 28th July, at Tofts, near Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Mr. A. Alex- ander, father of John Alexander, Onetree Hill, aged 60 years. ALEXANDER.— On the 30th June, at Clare- mont Villa, Rutherglen, near Glasgow, Marion Thomson, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Alexander, and sister-in-law of John Alexander, Onetree Hill, aged 31 years. BIGGS.— On the 12th September, at her mother's residence, Mrs. Ann Jeffries, Bowden, Elizabeth Hall Biggs, wife of Stephen Biggs, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude. Her end was peace. Melbourne, papers please copy. BIRTWISTLE.— On the 25th September, at Osmond-terrace, Norwood, the wife of Mr. I. Birtwistle, agod 56 years. CHRISTIE.— On the 17th July, 1871, at South-   sea, Hants, Emma, second daughter of Samuel Tomkinson, Bank of Australasia, and beloved wife of Edward Tolfrey Christie, Esq., Deputy Commissary Control Department, aged 24 years. COLLEY.— On the 21st September, at the Primitive Methodist Parsonage, Wellington- square, North Adelaide, the Rev. William Colley, aged 44, for many years a missionary in the Australasian Colonies. COOK.— On the 23rd September, at Hind- marsh, Christina, relict of the late Wm. Cook, aged 74 years. An old colonist of 32 years. CREAGH.— On the 24th July, at Maddox- street, London, Colonel G. V. Creagh, late 81st Regiment, aged 67, father of Mrs. W. R. Wigley, of Glenelg. DAVIDSON.— On the 6th instant, at Ingle- wood, Thomas Davidson, aged 64 years.   EDMONDS. — On the 29th September, at Strathalbyn, of phthisis, William Bennett Edmonds, late of the Telegraph Dopartmeut, aged 22 years.   GRAFE.— On the 26th September, at Norwood, of diphtheria, Auguste Louise, the beloved daughter of August and Louise Grafe, aged three years and four months, deeply regretted by all who knew her.   JOHNSON.— On the 10th September, at Mount Gambier, Mr. W. T. Johnson, baker and confectioner, Commercial-street, after a long and painful illness. KILLICOAT.— On the 19th September, at Ward-street, North Adelaide, Jane, the beloved   wife of Captain Killicoat, after a short illness, aged 52 years. LACY.— On the 9th September, at Brighton, of apoplexy, Lucy, the boloved wife of Henry John Lacy, in her 70th year. LANG.— On the 15th September, at his son's residence, Grote-street, after a long and painful   illness, William Lang, aged 63, only son of the   late William Lang, Esq., formerly Resident Magistrate, Kooringa. LUCY.— On the 12th September, at his resi- dence, Botanic-road, Adelaide, Charles John Lucy, agad 53 years, brother to William Lucy, Armode-street, Hampstead, London. His end was peace. Home papers please copy. LYONS.—On the 20th September, at Fenn-   place, North-terrace, from diphtheria, Mary Jennette, the beloved daughter of Mr. T. W. Lyons, aged three years. MAIN. — On the 25th September, at his residence, Kensington, Mr. William Main, druggist, King William-street, aged 51 years. MARDON.— On the 18th September, at Tynte- street, North Adelaide, Mr. Edward Mardon, aged 77, late of Honiton, Devon.   MELLOR.— On the 10th September, at her residence, Franklin-street, in the 29th year of her age, Eleanor Emma, the beloved wife of Thomas F. Mellor, mourned by a large circle of friends. She sleeps in Jesus. NASMYTH.— On the 30th September, at   Adelaide, Lieuteuant-Colonel David Jobson Nasymth, Royal Engineers, aged 41 years. NEVILLE.— On the 16th September, at his residence, Tam O'Shanter Belt, Samuel Neville, aged 67 years. He arrived in this colony in 1836 in the John Pirie, and leaves a wife and six children and a sister here. Essex papers please copy. NIENABER.— On the 20th June, in the Northern Territory, Alphons Emiel, second son of Heinrich and Maria Nienaber, Kent Town, aged 19 years. ORCHARD.— On the 11th September, at his   residence, Angas-street, Joseph Orchard, late of Ponsonooth, Cornwall, in his 72nd year. PEPPER.— On the 9th September, of dropsy, at Carrington-street, Harriet, the beloved wife   of Mr. John Pepper, aged 65 years— a colonist of 23 years. POTTER.—On the 21st September, at her residence, near Lyndoch Valley, Jane, relict of the late Peter Potter, aged 82 years. Formerly of Lewes, Sussex. A colonist of 32 years. SIMS.— On the 7th September, at her resi- dence, Jemima, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Sims, aged 50 years, a colonist of 25 years. Respected by a large circle of friends. STANTON.— On the 21st September, at Lefevre's Peninsula, John Thomas, third son of Richard Stanton, aged 22 years. STEWART.— On the 3rd October, at Ade- laide, Alexander Stewart, late of Montrose, Scotland, aged 29 years. Home papers please copy. TAYLOR.— On the 20th September, Mr. George Taylor, of Onetree Hill. He was a native of Ireland, and one of the early pioneers of the colony, having arrived in the William Nicol, 31 years ago. His upright and honourable cha- racter made him greatly respected. He leaves a wife and numerous family to mourn their loss. WALTERS.— On the 12th September, at the residence of her stepson, Carrington-street east, Margaret Walters, of cancer, after much suffering, aged 51 years. WIESE.— On the 20th September, at Port Adelaide, Albert William, the youngest son of Mr. F. Wiese, aged 18 months and 18 days WILLIAMS.— On the 26th September, at her residence, Strathalbyn Mine, Maria Williams, the beloved wife of Thomas Williams, aged 49 years, after an illness of two years.

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