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Subject: [CORNISH] weekly news, 27 March 1846 BMDs
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 00:38:11 -0500
West Briton & Cornwall Advertiser
27th March 1846 - transcribed by Bern Currie
At Albion Cottage, Truro, on Friday last, the wife of W. H. VICE, Esq., of a son.
At Truro on Friday last, the wife of Mr. FURNISS, cutler, of a daughter.
At St Feock, on Tuesday last, the wife of Mr. William JENKIN, of a still-born daughter.
At Falmouth, on the 19th instant, the wife of Mr. E. READ, linen-draper &c., of a son.
At Penzance, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. S. HENDY, of a daughter; and on Sunday
last, the wife of Mr. N. ROWE, of a son.
At West Looe, on Monday last, the wife of Capt. SCANTLEBURY, of the schooner "Victoria"
of a daughter, still-born.
At Newquay, on the 19th instant, the wife of Mr. Elias CLEMENS, of a daughter.
At St. Columbe, the wife of Mr. R. THOMAS, draper, of a daughter.
At Camelford, on the 16th inst., the wife of Francis HURDON, Esq., of a son.
At Launceston, on Tuesday last, the wife of Mr. J. NICOLLS, draper, of twins; and the
wife of J. HURDON esq., of a son.
At St Saviour's, Jersey, on the 14th instant, the wife of Thomas COLE Esq., of a son.
At Newbrook House, Dublin, on Friday last, the wife of E. H. CASEY, Esq., of a son
At St Feock, by the Rev. T. PHILLPOTTS, Mr. W. HONEYCOMBE, of St. Cleer to Susan
PLATT, daughter of the late Mr. Samuel JENKIN, of Redruth.
At Helston, on Tuesday last, Mr. James WOOLCOCK, to Miss SYMONS.
At St. Ives, Mr. James QUICK, shoemaker, to Miss Mary NINNIS.
At Bodmin, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas BAMFIELD, to Miss Mary Ann HARRIS.
At St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, on Tuesday last by the Hon. and Rev. H. M.
VILLIERS, John Thomas GRAVES Esq., of Gray's Inn, to Amelia, eldest daughter of
William TOOKE(?) Esq., of Russell Square.
At St Christophers, in the West Indies, on the 13th ult., the Rev. B. TREGASKIS,
Wesleyan Missionary, and formerly of Penryn, to Mary Anne, second daughter of the Rev.
J. HORNE, Weslyan minister.
At Truro, suddenly, on the 26th inst., Mrs. WALFARE,(?) aged 49 years.
At the Parsonage House, St. Mawgan, near St. Columb, on the night of Friday last, The
Rev. Philip CARLYON, M. A. aged 76 years, nearly 50 of which he was rector of that
parish. A sincere Christian, and faithful minister; a kind husband, parent and friend, he
departed this life beloved by all who knew him.
At Lanner mill, in the parish of St Allen, On Wednesday last, Henry, second son of Mr.
Hubert COKER, aged 13 years.
At Helston, on the 19th inst., Anna, wife of John HOLMES, Esq., of Alphington, Exeter,
aged 65 years.
At Hayle, on Friday last, Mr. Joseph POOL aged 21 years.
At Lowerquarter, in the parish of Ludgyvan, on Thursday last, Mr. Thomas PENHALE,
aged 38 years..At Penzance, on Saturday last. Mrs. Charles JAMES aged 38 years; on
Sunday, Mr. Wm. MARTIN aged 29 years; on Monday, Mrs. COUCH; and on Tuesday, Mr.
William JAMES, aged 19 years.
At Newlyn west, on Sunday last, Mr. Edward CHERGWIN, aged 65 years.
At St Austell, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas LOBB, carpenter, aged 54 years; and on
Tuesday last, the wife of Capt. Matthew BRAY, aged 63 years.
At Charlestown, on Monday last, the wife of Capt. Thomas MELHUISH, of the schooner
"Julia" at that port aged 35 years.
At East Looe, on Monday last, the infant daughter of Mr. ROWSE, draper.
At St Enoder, on Saturday last, Mrs. Elizabeth JONES, at the advanced age of 91 years.
This venerable matron was followed to her grave by her seven children, fifty-six grand-
children and twenty-eight great grand children.
At Bodmin, on Friday last, Thomas, youngest son of Mr. PETHYBRIDGE, of the East
Cornwall bank, aged 4 years; the infant son of Mr. TONKIN, linen-draper; and the infant
daughter of Mr. Thomas GATTY, watchmaker.
At Hyngan mills, in the parish of Egloshayle, on Saturday last, Mr. James DERRY, sen.,
At St Thomas, Launceston, on Friday last, Ann Male, daughter of Mr. J. THOMPSON,
aged 21 years.
At Callington, on Friday last, Mr. R. GILBERT, master of the National School of that
place, aged 29 years.
At her residence, in the Crescent, Plymouth, in the 81st year of her age, Mary May, relict
of John MARKE Esq., of Liskeard, and eldest daughter of Gill BADELEY, Esq., late of
Oxford Row, Bath, and Creeping Hall, Suffolk.
At Greenwich Hospital, Captain CLAVELL R. N. formerly Superintendant of the Packets of
Falmouth, aged 79 years.
Julia Mosman, OPC for St.Austell,Charlestown, and Treverbyn
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