|3 June 1836, Friday|
On the 26th instant, at St. Columb, Mr. John Barnard, aged 66 years, son of the late Capt. Barnard, of the Scotch Fusileers, and grandson of the late Rev. John Tregenna, Rector of the parishes of Mawgan and Roach, in this County.
At San Sebastian, on the 20th ult, of a wound received in the action of the 5th ult Lieut.
Courtenay Chadwick, son of Richard Chadwick, Esq. of Treleigh, Redruth.
On Wednesday last, at Penzance, the youngest son of G. D. John, Esq. aged 14 months.
At Redruth, on Thursday, the 26th ult, Mrs. James, relict of Mr. Silvanus James, of the Society of Friends.
Lately, at Feock, Miss Mary Seccombe, the last of the family of the Rev. Mr. Seccombe, vicar of Probus.
On Saturday morning last, in St. Sidwells, Exeter, after a long illness, Mr. Henry Hughes, aged 50 years, well known to the theatricals of this country, particularly of the West of England.
On Sunday last, at Launceston, Mrs. Hurdon, at a very advanced age.
On the 27th instant, at Marazion, Mr. Lawrance, aged 67 years.
At Falmouth, on Sunday last, after a long illness, Mrs. Drew, relict of the late Mr. J. Drew, of that town, and for many years a consistent member of the Methodist Society. She has left a large circle of relatives and friends, who will long mourn their loss, but their loss is her gain.
Last week, at Fowey, Susan, the wife of Mr. Thos. STRIBLEY, landing-waiter at the port of Fowey, aged 32 years.
On Friday last, at Hayle, Mrs. WEARNE, aged 59 years.
On Sunday last, at Saltash, the infant son of Geo. DANSEY, Esq. surgeon.
Lately, at Truro, aged 38 years, William BEDELLA, for many years a member of the Truro amateur band.
At the island of St. Lucia, W. JOHN Esq., R.N., son of George JOHN, Esq. of Penzance. He went out to St. Lucia as a Magistrate.
On the 15th instant, at Penzance, at his nephew's, Mr. John CHESTER, of apoplexy, Samuel MILFORD, Esq. of this town, aged 63 years, for many of which he was a member of the Society of Friends.
On the 8th instant, at Lanivet, Mr. Thomas Nicholas LEWIS, aged 18 years.
On the 9th instant, at Veryan, Mrs. TROUNCE, aged 87 years, in the full assurance of blessed immortality. The deceased had been a member of the Wesleyan connexion (sic) more than 60 years, and has left behind her, to lament her loss, 8 children, 57 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren.
On the 10th instant, at Nelson-square, Blackfriars, London, Charles Hector, aged 11 months, son of Mr. Robert AYLWIN.
Last week, at St. Cleer, aged 91 years, Mr. Robert TAYLOR.
At Looe-Mills, the wife of Mr. John PEARSE, leaving eleven young children.
This week, at Truro, Mr. James CHARLES, formerly a respectable farmer of the parish (of) St. Allen. He had been blind for several years.
Last week, at Lelant, Mr. William TREGARTHEN, aged 19 years.
On the 31st ult. at his seat near Salisbury, aged 49 years, the Right Hon. the Earl NELSON, nephew of the of the hero of Trafalgar; he is succeeded in his titles by his eldest son, Viscount Trafalgar, now in his 10th year.
Suddenly, after returning from a Missionary Meeting, the Rev. Dr. McNICHOL of Liverpool, one of the most eminent preachers in the Wesleyan connexion.
At Truro, on Wednesday last, the 22nd instant, George Henry Matthew Concanen, son of Mr. Geo. Concanen. A promising and well-beloved youth, in the 18th year of his age.
At France, on the 11th instant, aged 41 years, Mrs. Birley, wife of the Rev. George Birley, Wesleyan Methodist minister.
On Monday, the 13th instant, at Stamford-hill, near London, aged eleven months, Emily Gilman, only daughter of the Rev. Derwent Coleridge, of Helston.
At Penzance, on Sunday last, John, youngest son of Mr. Thomas Matthews, perfumer &c, aged one year and eight months.
On Friday last, the 17th instant, at Perran-Wharf, Mrs. Cory, much respected and lamented.
Lately, the Hon. George Germaine, Assay-Master of the Duchy of Cornwall.
Almost suddenly, at Vervus, in the parish of Lelant, aged 20 years, Miss Thomas, daughter of Mr. John Thomas, farmer.
At Longstone, in the parish of Lelant, Mr. Thos. Murley, leaving a widow and ten children to deplore their loss.
On Monday the 13th instant, in Perranzabuloe, Mr. William Menadue, a respectable miller, aged 73 years. He followed his aged wife to her grave, on the previous Wednesday, apparently in good health, and on his return home was so much affected with the loss he had sustained, that he never ate or drank again.
Lately, at Paul, near Penzance, Mr. Carvosso, aged 29 years.
On Friday the 17th instant, at Redruth, Mr. Wm. Richards, aged 51 years.
At Charlestown, on Saturday last, Mr. J. Stevens, aged 79 years.
On Tuesday last, at St. Austell, after giving birth to a still-born child, Mrs. Paul, wife of Capt. Paul of Polgooth Mine, aged 38 years.
At Ladock, aged 90 years, William Rouse, stream-tinner, respected and much lamented, having been a very honest man; his end was peace.