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Date transcribed2015-10-31
Transcribed byPeter Evans
CommentNational Library of Wales - Death notices in Welsh publications of people with India connection

View all other items of "Surname" with value "Walker" in "Madras Death notices " Surname  Walker    
Given names  Amelia Broff    
Place  Madras    
Year  1843    
Month  November    
Day  27    
Entry  At Madras, on the 27th ot November last, in her 31st year, Amelia Broff, the beloved wife of John Walker Esq.. of the Madras Civil Service, and eldest daughter of the Rev. J. B. Byers, vicar of Lamphey, Pembrokeshire. She was peculiarly endeared to her family in every domestic relation and having, through infinite grace and mercy, from childhood walked as an humble and consistent disciple of Christ, and borne with meek resignation a long and trying illness her end was cloudless peace. ´┐ŻBlessed are the dead which die in the Lord! ""     
View all other items of "Publication" with value "The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser" in "Madras Death notices " Publication  The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser    
Edition Year  1844    
Edition month  February    
Edition date  16    
Page No  3    
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Welsh Newspapers Online (1804-1919) (http://newspapers.library.wales/home). 700 english language entries transcribed from the Family Notices that have a reference to 'Madras'. Transcribed by Peter Evans with the cooperation of the National Library of Wales.
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