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From: "Harris" <>
Subject: [CORNISH] West Briton, Friday, July 30th, 1841.
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 09:46:54 -0000
West Briton, Friday, July 30th, 1841.
At Truro, on Friday last, Mrs. BLACKMORE, Kenwyn-street, a son.
At Roseveth, in the parish of Kenwyn, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. George
MASON, a daughter.
On Sunday, the 25th instant, at Goran Haven, the lady of Lieut. Wm. SAMWELL,
R.N., a daughter.
On Friday last, at St. Ives, Mrs. PRAED, a son.
On Sunday last, at Charlestown, Mrs. T. WILLIAMS, a son.
On Tuesday, the 27th instant, at Kenwyn, by the Rev. G. CORNISH, the Rev.
Edward TIPPETT, curate of Philleigh, to Caroline BELLOTT, second daughter of
the late J.W. CHILCOTT, Esq., of Truro.
At Edinborough, on Monday, the 26th instant, Thomas COLE, Esq., of London,
to Miss DUNSTAN, of Penzance.
On the 24th instant, at Feock, Mr. Wm. MARTIN, to Miss Kitty BARRETT.
On Tuesday last, at Camborne, Mr. POLLARD, watch and clock maker, to Miss
On the 22nd instant, at Madron, by the Rev. M.N. PETERS, Samuel Hammond
KETTLEWELL, Esq., eldest son of Colonel Kettlewell, of Hammondville, County
of Waterford, to Harriet Emily, eldest daughter of R. BLANCKEUBAGEN(?),
Esq., of Penzance.
On Tuesday, the 20th instant, at Minto, by the Rev. Gilbert Elliot, Lord
John RUSSELL, to Lady Fanny ELLIOT, second daughter of the Earl of Minto.
On the 21st inst., at Trinity church, Marylebone, by the Rev. Charles RODD,
rector of North-hill, in this county, Mr. Sergeant GASELEE, to Alice Mary,
eldest daughter of the late Sir John Tremayne RODD, K.C.B., Vice-Admiral of
On the 22nd instant, at Northover, Somerset, by the Rev. Mr. EVANS, Mr.
Aaron BRAIN, of Gelly Have, Monmouthshire, to Elizabeth, second daughter of
Mr. James RYALL, of the former place.
On the 24th instant, at Slaggerstone church, London, by the Rev. P.O.
GILBERT, William Middlecoat, Esq., of Tottenham, to Jane, youngest daughter
of the late William TWYNAM, Esq., of the Royal Navy.
At Perran Porth, on Friday last, Mr. Jacob PROUT, aged 79 years.
At his fathers house, Lostwithiel, on the 22nd instant, of organic
affection of the heart, having been a severe sufferer from epilepsy for the
last 13 years, Astley Cooper, eldest son of Mr. BELLING, surgeon. His end
At Camelford, on Tuesday last, of consumption, Adelaide, second daughter of
the late Mr. Thomas Rosevear SLOGGATT, aged 21 years.
On Thursday, the 22nd instant, at Liskeard, Mr. Joseph ELLIOTT, aged 21
At Padstow, on the 22nd instant, Mr. George HICKS, aged 83 years.
At St. Ives, on the 23rd instant, Jane, the wife of Mr. James SIMMONS, aged
50 years. Also, the infant son of Mr. John DANIEL.
At Hayle, on the 22nd inst., of pressure on the brain, James EDGCOME, son of
Mr. Thos. BRYANT, registrar, aged 6 years.
On Wednesday sennight, at Penrose-terrace, Penzance, Mr. John ROWLAND, aged
At Penzance, on Monday last, Mrs. Rd. BRANWELL, aged 70 years.
At Roche, on Friday last, Mr. Nicholas HOSKIN, aged 86 years. He was a
large proprietor of tin streams, from which he accumulated a considerable
sum of money. Also, on Sunday, Mr. Robert PHILLIPPS, aged 46 years, much
regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.
At Torpoint, after a severe illness, in the 51st year of her age, Mary Ann,
the widow of Lieut LINK, R.N.
On Wednesday, the 21st instant, at Launceston, aged 67 years, Christopher
JOPE, who had lived in the capacity of post-boy at the White Hart Inn, with
Mr. PROCKTER and his ancestors, 47 years, during which period it is computed
he had travelled upwards of 200,000 miles. On examining, after his death,
an old pair of small clothes, upwards of £700 in guineas and sovereigns were
found, the fruits of his industry, and which from having no confidence in
the banks had accumulated there for a quarter of a century at least. He was
a general favourite with the public, to whom he was known, and was indeed an
honest and faithful servant.
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