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Subject: [CORNISH] weekly news, 19 Feb 1847 BMDs
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 17:02:39 -0600
WEST BRITON and CORNWALL ADVERTISER - G. & S. Dawson
19TH FEBRUARY 1847
At TRURO, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. Samuel WADE, of a still-born daughter.
At FALMOUTH, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. POLGLAZE, ironmonger a&c., of a
At ERISEY, near HELSTON, on the 10th instant, the wife of Mr. James JAMES, of a
At MARAZION, last week, the wife of Mr. Austen JOYCE, of the coast guard, of a
daughter; and the wife of Mr. W. BRISKLEY, of a daughter.
At PENZANCE, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. COLLINS, mariner, of a daughter.
At LOSTWITHIEL, the wife of Mr. James COUMBE, builder, of a son; and the wife
of Mr. LITTLETON, cabinet maker, of a daughter.
At PADSTOW, on Friday last, the wife of Capt. H. NICHOLASS, of the ship
"Daedalus," of a daughter.
At TAMERTON FOLIOTT, on the 6th instant, the wife of D. DU PRE, Esq.,
surgeon, of a daughter.
At STONEHOUSE, on the 11th instant, the wife W. W. SNELL, Esq., of a daughter.
At WALWORTH, LONDON, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. LAY, draper, of a
At Cononely Mines, YORKSHIRE, on the 2nd instant, the wife of Captain J.
REMFRY, of a son.
At ST.MARY'S, TRURO, on the 18th instant, Mr. Wm. KNIGHT, butcher, to Miss
At ST.CLEMENT'S, on Saturday last, Mr. Cephas SNELL, carpenter, to Miss Mary
At ST.IVES, Mr. John ROUNDSOFIELD, to Miss Peggy HOLLOW.
At LUDGVAN, on Monday last, Mr. James WOOLCOCK, to Wilmot, eldest
daughter of Mr. C. ALLEN, blacksmith, both of ST.IVES.
At ST.WINNOW, on Tuesday last, Mr. J. BAWDEN, builder, of BRIDGEND, to
Miss Frances HALL, of VERYAN.
At ST.ANDREW'S, PLYMOUTH, on the 10th instant, Mr. G. TRICKETT,
auctioneer, of Union Road, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. W. M.
NEWBERRY, innkeeper, LIFTON.
At TAVISTOCK, on the 9th instant, Mr. Wm. RICHARDS, of GUNNIS LAKE, to
Miss Mary Ann DINGLE, of PARSWELL, near TAVISTOCK.
At TAVISTOCK, on the 9th instant, Mr. Wm. DINGWELL, of PARSWELL, near
TAVISTOCK, miss Mary Ann WEDLAKE, of the former place.
At St. George's, BLOOMSBURY, LONDON, on the 10th instant, Mr. Edward J.
MEASOR, third son of Paul MEASOR, Esq., EXETER, to Isabella Frances, fourth
daughter of the Rev. Robert Hilton SCOTT, late chaplain to the Devon and Exeter
At BOLINGEY, in the parish of PERRANZABULOE, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary
COURTIS, aged 99 years.
At FALMOUTH, on Tuesday last, Sophia, eldest daughter of Mr. John
BRIMACOMBE, spirit merchant, aged 21 years.
At BUDOCK, Mrs. POAT, wife of Mr. Jeremiah POAT, aged 63 years. She had
suffered a long affliction, which she bore with Christian patience and resignation,
evincing to her relatives and friends the blessed influence of that religion which she
for many years professed.
At PENROSE, on Saturday last, Richard WEEKES, gamekeeper to the Rev. Canon
ROGERS, aged 56 years.
At REDRUTH, Miss MOOR, at an advanced age; Mr. William RICHARDS, aged 91
years; and Mr. Wm. PAULL, relieving officer.
At ST.IVES, on Sunday last, Garland, son of Mr. WILLIAMS, aged 2 years.
At PENZANCE, on Monday last, Mrs. TREMBATH, aged 84 years; Mr.
HONEYCHURCH, mason, aged 71 years; and Miss PERROW.
At PAUL, on Monday last, Mr. LADNER, gardener, at an advanced age.
At TRUGGAN, in the parish of MERTHER, on the 9th instant, Mr. Peter HARDING,
aged 86 years.
At ST.AUSTELL, last week, Mrs. Grace BARNES, aged 79 years; and on Saturday
last, the wife of Mr. John TREGONING, aged 92 years.
At PENTEWAN, Mr. BENETTA, aged 84 years.
At PADSTOW, on Sunday last, Mrs. Mary MARTYN, aged 76 years.
At EGYPT, in the parish of SOUTHHILL, on Saturday last, Elizabeth, relict of Mr.
John SNELL, yeoman, aged 74 years.
At SHEVIOCK, on the 9th instant, Mrs. Susannah WILLIAMS, aged 64 years.
At TREBROWN, in the parish of ST.GERMANS, on Saturday last, William
BETENSON, Esq., aged 70 years.
At TORRINGTON, on the 11th instant, Lieut, T. KENDALL, R. N., a native of
PADSTOW, aged 52 years.
At PLYMOUTH, on the 7th instant, Mr. Jonathan BINNS, formally a merchant of
EAST LOOE, aged 73 years.
At his residence, in the Crescent, PLYMOUTH, on Saturday last, Henry
WOOLLCOMBE, Esq., aged 60 years. Mr. WOOLLCOMBE was universally
respected by the inhabitants of PLYMOUTH, having been for many years recorder of
that borough, and president of the principal literary, scientific, and charitable
institutions in the neighbourhood.
On the 15th instant, after a long and lingering illness, Henry Arthur Wallop
FELLOWES, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. Newton FELLOWES, of EGGESFORD,
At No. 8, Picket Place, TEMPLE BAR, LONDON, on Friday last, Hender, third son
of the late Mr. George GEACH, of TRURO, aged 28 years.
In LONDON, on Monday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Wm. HODGSON, aged 37 years,
she was a gentle wife, a tender parent and a kind friend.
At Alnwick Castle, NORTHUMBERLAND, on the 11th instant, the Most Noble,
Hugh, Duke of Northumberland, K.G., AGED 62 YEARS.
At CALCUTTA, on the 12th of November, of cholera, William CARNSEW, Esq.,
third officer of the ship "Robert Small," H. E. I. C. S., and fourth son of Thomas
CARNSEW, Esq., of FLEXBURY, near BUDE, aged 22 years.
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