cornwall england newspaper


5 August 1836, Friday

On Friday last, at St. Clement Vicarage, Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. P. Jenkins.  With talents and acquirements of no ordinary character, which she cheerfully and actively employed for the delight and benefit of those around her, she displayed such generosity, strength of mind, and warmth of heart, as have been seldom equaled.  After nearly a week of acute suffering, endured with exemplary fortitude and resignation, she departed this life, knowing, as is humbly trusted, that her Redeemer liveth and with a hope full of immortality.

On Friday last, at the residence of his brother, Dr. Yonge, in the Crescent, Plymouth, the Rev. Duke Yonge, Vicar of Antony.

On Saturday last, at Tywardreath, Mrs. Harry, for many years a member of the Wesleyan Society. Her end was peace.

Last week, at West Looe, Mrs. Grace Pengelly, aged 93 years.

At Falmouth, on Wednesday last, the infant son of Capt. G. M. Nichols, of the "Sir F. Drake", steamer.

On Tuesday last, at Penzanace, Mr. Ralph Hocker Bodilly, aged 33 years.

On Friday, at St. Day, Mr. Martin Rabey, aged 51 years.

On Saturday the 30th ult at Penryn,  Mr. R. Richards, at an advanced age.

At Falmouth, on Wednesday night, of paralysis, Mrs. Trevarton, wife of Mr. Trevarton, painter and glazier.

At Ashfield, near Penryn, Mr. Joseph Roberts, aged 73, a much respected member of the Society of Friends.

On Friday last at Hayle, Mrs. Mary Floyd, aged 71 years.

12 August

On the 3rd instant, at Woodmans, near King's Langley, Emma, wife of Balkeley J. M. Praed, Esq. in the 31st year of her age.

At Penzance, on Tuesday morning last, Mrs. Davy, wife of William Davy, Esq. the present Mayor of that Borough.

On Thursday last, at Bodmin, on his way home from the Assizes, Mr. Warne, a respectable farmer of Egloshayle, aged 26 years.

At Falmouth, on Monday last, Mrs. Stanton, late of St. Just, in Roseland, aged 62 years.

Suddenly, at Falmouth, on the 10th inst., the youngest son of the Rev. F. Burchell.

19 August

On Monday last, at the residence of her son, Pydar-street, Truro, aged 72 years, Margaret, relict of the late John Conn, Esq., formerly Captain of his Majesty's ship "Swiftsure" of 74 guns, and who was unfortunately drowned whilst in command of that ship in the West Indies, on the 4th of May, 1810.

At Cromfield, Derbyshire, on the 10th instant, Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. Joseph Marsh, Wesleyan Minister, aged 52 years.

Suddenly, at Falmouth, on the 19th instant, Jane Elizabeth, the wife of Lieut. James Francis Browne, R.N., aged 31 years.

On Sunday last, at Hayle, Mrs. Mary May, at the advanced aged of 95 years.

On Wednesday morning, at Hayle, Mr. Thomas Tremelling, aged 29 years.

At Falmouth, on the 11th instant, Mrs. Nicholls, aged 79 years.

On Sunday last, at Porthmisson, near Padstow, Mrs. Rouse, aged 71 years.

At Buryan, near Penzance, Mr. J. Harvey, at an advanced age.

26 August

On Monday the 22nd instant, at Penzance, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends, in the 81st year of her age, Kliza, relict of John Millet, Esq. late of Bosavern, in this county.  Her sufferings, which towards the close of her days were very great, were borne with that Christian patience and resignation which she ever displayed through life.

On Tuesday at Pillaton, in this County, Sarah Baker, wife of the Rev. Henry Woollcombe, Rector of that parish, aged 64 years.

On the 18th instant, at Nelson-Square, London, Mary Skipper, daughter of Mr. Robert Aylwin, aged two years and a half.

On Wednesday morning, at Penzance, the infant daughter of the Rev. Richard Treffry, jun, Wesleyan Minister.

On Monday last, at Torpoint, at an advanced age, Mrs. Blake, mother of R. Blake, Esq., master shipwright of Portsmouth Dock-yard, after a long and severe illness, respected by all who knew her.

At Calstock, Mr. R. Joll, aged 33 years.  Mr. J. spent the preceding evening at his brother-in-law's and in walking home broke a blood vessel, which terminated in death.

On the 12th of June last, at Quebec, Canada, in the 79th year of his age, Mr. Richard Goldsworthy, late of the Royal Engineer and Ordnance Department.  Mr. G. was a native of Redruth, and had resided at Quebec upwards of 56 years.

Suddenly, at Falmouth, aged 31 years, deeply lamented by her family and friends, Jane, the beloved wife of Lieut. J. F. Browne, R.N. and second daughter of Capt. Wm. Bore, Superintendant of Quarantine, at Portsmough.

On Thursday, the 11th instant, aged 52 years, Miss Ann Jenkin, of Redruth; for many years a beloved and respected member of the Methodist Society.

On Wednesday, at St. Austell, Edwin, son of Mr. Ed. Williams, butcher, aged 8 months.

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