from The Aberdare Leader, 13 September 1902

List of Presents.

COX—DANIEL.

The following are the list of presents held over from last week’s report of the above wedding;
 

Bride to bridegroom, gold curb chain and seal. Bridegroom to bride, gold and enamel watch and brooch. Father of bride, cheque. Mother of bride, household linen and set of sables. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cox, Birkenhead, table silver, and lace handkerchief; to bride, gold bangle and brooch; to bridegroom, gold scarfslide. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Davies, Ynyslwyd, silver tea service. Mr and Mrs D. W. Price, silver double biscuit holder, Miss Cox, Pretoria, silver preserve dish and spoon, Miss Madge, Worcester china spoon warmer, Mr Roberts, silver cruet. Miss L. Davies, silver and Worcester china cream and sugar stand and antique teapot. Mr and Mrs Harvey, Leicester, silver hot water jug. Mr and Mrs Johnson, London, Worcester china ornament. Miss K. Morgan, point lace table centre. Mr and Mrs Pearce, Huddersfield, silver coronation spoons. Mrs Price, grandmother of the bride, silver egg stand. Mrs Evans, Glyncymwal, silver salt cellars. Mrs Daniel, grandmother, silver basin. Mr and Mrs Warner, silver toast rack. Mr and Mrs Daniel, Barry, inlaid tea tray. Mrs Lock, worked tray cloth. Miss Pugh, silver sugar bowl and sifter. Miss Cameron, poker work shelf. Mr Owen Harries and son, silver afternoon tea tray. Miss Beatrice Guy, America, silver bread fork. Miss Williams, Windsor villas, Worcester china ornament. Mrs Davies, Windsor villas, Worcester china ornament. Miss Baker, folding album. Mrs B. Daniel, worked mantel border. Mr and Mrs George Short, London, barometer. Miss Mills, sugar castor. Mr and Mrs James, silver knife rests. Miss N. Davies, Ynyslwyd, worked afternoon tea cloth. Mr Edward Morgan, Abernant, cheque. Miss Maggie Morris, cheese stand. Miss Short, Carlisle, photo frame. Miss A. Getty, Waterloo, photo frame. Mr. Thomas, Aberdare, silver serviette rings. Mrs W. Jones, Llwydcoed, silver preserve dish. Mrs Price, Penyard, vases. Mrs Walters, glass ornaments. Mrs Thomas, Neath, silver and cut glass pickle stand. Mrs Pendrill J. Charles, Neath, silver cake basket. Mr Louis Nicholas, Liverpool, pair engravings. Mr and Mrs William Hughes, Abernant, silver cruet stand. Mrs and Miss Burchill, silver salt spoons. Mr Lea, silver pepperettes. Miss Gladys Rake, silver cake basket. Mr and Mrs David and family, the Grange, Aberdare, wedgewood and silver salad bowl. Mr and Mrs David Evans, set of china jugs. Miss Irene Price, porringer. Mrs Thomas, set of china jugs. Miss S. A. Jones, crumb brush and tray, and set of table mats. Miss Price, Ivy cottage, silver cream jug. Miss Ethel Price, silver and cut glass butter dish and knife. Mr. J. W. Dodgson, silver sugar sifter and preserve spoon. Miss Pearce, silver and cut glass butter dish and knife. Mr and Mrs. George Sims, Neath, silver fruit stand. Mr Goronwy and Miss Jones, Broniestin, silver sugar tongs and sifter. Mr. Evan Harries, teapot. Mrs Frances, silver sugar tongs. Miss Jane Phillips, silver toast rack. Mr and Mrs Landeg, silver and cut glass salt cellars. Mrs Beddoe, plaque. Mrs Evans, silver jam spoon and butter knife. Miss Ellen Davies, Ivy cottage, glass water jug. Mrs Charles, water jug and glasses. Mr J. M. Evans, silver cake servers. Miss Ruby Williams, Ty Bruce, Hirwain, point lace tray cloth. Mr and Mrs W. D. Daniel, silver tea service. Rev. W. and Mrs Morgan, Pontardulais Vicarage, silver salt cellars. Miss Allen, Bridgend, silver salver. Mr. Sydney Rake, silver ash tray. Mrs Griffiths, Park School, silver preserve dish. Mr Henry Henry, Abernant, silver pickle stand. Mrs Bevan, breakfast cruet. Miss Mary Hopkin, Brynygwaith, tea cosy. Mrs Hopkin, Brynygwaith, damask table cloth. Mrs R. T. Jones, Merthyr, embroidered satin table cover. Mrs Lewis Jones, Llwydcoed, bread fork. Miss Roberts, Llangynidr, silver sugar basin. Mrs Jones, Shop houses, set of jugs. Mrs. Griffiths, Llwydcoed, glass sugar basin, cream jug and preserve dish. Masters H. and D. Roderick, silver preserve dish. Mr and Mrs A. S. Cameron, silver preserve dish. Mr Ernest F. Cox, Johannesburg, cheque. Miss Leach, china and silver biscuit barrel. Miss Gardner, brass tray. Mr and Mrs Woodward, Waterloo, books. Mrs. Edwards, Llwydcoed, set of jugs.