cornwall england newspaper


1836 DEATHS



5 February 1836, Friday

On Sunday last, at Leyton, Essex, Mrs. Ann Mary Hand Daubuz, aged 79 years.

On Saturday last, at her residence, Penryn, Miss Fanny Coode, aged 64 years.

Early on Thursday, Jan 28, at Plymouth, John Lovell Gwatkin, aged twelve years and five months, only son of John Gwatkin, Esq. of Parc-Behan,in the County of Cornwall, and lately of the Madras Civil Service.

On Thursday last, at St. Austell, Mr. Peter Harvey, miller, aged 47 years.

On Saturday last, at Duporth-House, St. Austell, William Pattison, Esq, M.D., aged 69 years.

On Sunday last, at St. Austell, Mrs. Drew, mother of Mr. W. Drew, of the King's Head Inn, aged 82 years.

At Fowey, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas Jago, aged 86 years.

On Sunday last, at her residence at Torpoint, Sarah, relict of the late Rev. John Nolar, Minister of Torpoint chapel.

Suddenly, in Catherine-street, Tavistock, Mr. R. Avent, of the Church-house Inn.

At Penzance, Ann, Widow of the late Mr. Jeffery, aged 60 years.


12 February


On Sunday last at Truro, after a lingering illness borne with cheerful submissiveness to Divine Wisdom, Thomas, the youngest son of the late Rev. William Edward Dillon, aged 28 years.

At Bodmin, on Saturday last, Mrs. Eyre, aged 76 years.

On Monday last at Pool-Hall, in the parish of Menheniot, in this county, after nine years of great suffering, Miss M. A. Betenson, youngest daughter of Mr. William Betenson, of Trebrown, in the parish of St. Germans, in the 32nd year of her age.

On Tuesday last, at Liskeard, of typhus fever, aged 36 years, Mr. Nicholas Dyer, one of the Town Councillors of that Borough. The deceased was much and deservedly respected.

On Friday, the 3rd instant, Mr. John Spry Tresidder, of a decline, aged 22 years, son of Mr. John Tresidder, Solicitor, Penryn.

At Penzance, on Monday, Mr. Abraham Brown, late of the Queen's Head Inn, in that town.

At Helston on Saturday last, aged 21 years, the wife of Mr. J. Hawke, hairdresser.

On Wednesday last, at Dunmeer, near Bodmin, Ann Climo, aged 90 years. Her husband, who is now living, is in his 100th year, and enjoys good health, but has been blind for many years.

On Wednesday last, at the residence of his father, Falmouth, William Gregory jun. Esq.

On Saturday, the 6th instant, at Luton, Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. John Jordan, aged 21 years.

At Falmouth, on the 3rd instant, Mrs. Rolls, aged 71 years.

On Tuesday the 2nd instant, at Polane, Mrs. M. A. Kendall.

At St. Austell, on Wednesday, aged 82 years, Mrs. Mitchell, mother of Mrs. May, of the Western Inn.

At Trewoon-vean, St. Mewan, on Tuesday, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. James Andrew, aged 11 years.

At Camelford, on Saturday last, aged 81 years, Mrs. Russell, widow of the late William R. Russell, Esq. of Birmingham Hall, in the County of Norfolk, and daughter of the late Florentine Vassal, Esq. of the Island of Jamaica. A lady of most extensive benevolence, ready to every good work.

At Charlestown, Ann Maria, daughter of Mr. B. Stevens, aged 9 years.


19 February


(only two pages, no Births, Married, Died, or Local news)


26 February


At Clifton, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Kelly, relict of Arthur Kelly Esq. of Kelly, near Launceston, and mother of the High-Sheriff of this County.

At Sherborne, on the 2nd instant, the Rev. Mr. Woodforde, at an advanced age; and on Saturday last, at Ansford, near Carey, in Somersetshire, his eldest son, the Rev. Thomas Woodforde, Rector of that parish.

At Liskeard suddenly, on Sunday morning, Mr. Charles Geut, formerly draper of that place.

On Monday last, at Liskeard, aged 23 years, Mr. B. Lyne, son of Mr. Edward Lyne, late merchant, of Plymouth.

On Saturday, the 20th instant, in London, Miss Harriet Elizabeth Berry, aged 8 years.

At Padstow, on Saturday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. N. Vivian, of the Golden Lion Inn, aged 54 years.




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