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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29



Mr. W. H. Baker.

The members of the Plymouth Branch regret to announce the sad death of Br. William Hiram Baker, who was murdered at the Cape of Good Hope, May 12th, 1877, at the age of 40 years. Our deceased brother joined the Portsmouth Branch 1865, and became a member a short time of the Bristol Branch. From that branch he became transferred to the Plymouth, December 13th, 1875. During his stay in the Colony the branch has recorded the wife's death. Three children are left to mourn their parents' loss.

Mr. J. H. Beasley.

The members of the Northampton Branch regret to announce another death in their branch, by accident. Br. John Hine Beasley fell from a roof about 43ft. high on Monday, November 26th, 1877, and died the same night. He joined the Northampton Branch on December 29th, 1873, at the age of 23 years 9 months.

Mr. H. Ward.

Died on December 15th, 1877, after a painful affliction extending over a period of three years, Mr. Henry Ward, a member of the Manchester 4th Branch. He leaves a widow comfortably provided for.

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