|7 October 1836|
On Tuesday morning, at Truro, after a very short illness, Christiana, daughter of the Rev. John Medley, aged four years and three months. Of such is the kingdom of God.
On Sunday last, at Truro, James Parks, youngest son of Mr. John Blee, aged five years and five months.
On Monday last, at Penzance, the infant child of Mr. W. M. Baynard, draper.
On Friday last, at Truro, aged 81 years, Rachel, relict of the late Mr. John Downe, painter.
On Wednesday last, at Penryn, Mr. William Trevena, innkeeper, aged 63 years.
On Sunday last, at Rosemodrass, Buryan, Mr. Thomas Edmonds, aged 70 years.
Lately, at Exeter, Joseph Parks, Esq. aged 60 years, principal partner in the General Bank, Exeter.
At Devonport, on Friday last, Mr. J. Philp, upwards of 40 years the faithful servant of the late John Vivian, Esq. of Truro.
On Saturday last, at Crediton, much and deservedly regretted, after an long and painful illness, Sarah, the widow of Mr. Bucknell, of that place, and mother of Mr. Bucknell, of Tredidon, in this County, aged 77 years.
At St. Ives, Betsey, the wife of Mr. Charles Short, innkeeper, aged 36 years.
At Falmouth, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Broadley, aged 76 years.
At Truro, on Friday last, Mrs. Vivian, daughter of the late Rev. Brandford, of Lower St. Columb.
On board the "Camden" packet, on his passage to England, Lieut. Beck, R.N.
Last week at Fowey, Mr.Courts, late landing-waiter of that port; also, Mr. J. C. Pethick, late master of the "Duporth" of that port, aged 75 years.
On Wednesday the 5th instant, of croup, John Withiell, only son of Mr. Richard Martyn, of Treworlas, Philleigh, aged nearly eleven years.
On the 7th inst, in Bloomsbury Square, Mrs. Mary Newcombe, relict of the late William Newcombe, Esq. of Fleet-street, and Trevithick, in this County, aged 70 years.
On Wednesday afternoon, at Helston, George Read, son of Mr. Samuel Drew, druggist, aged four months.
On Sunday last, at Trewoofe, St. Buryan, after a lingering illness, Mr. Henry Harvey, aged 35 years.
At Brooke Cottage, near Penzance, Anne Rosewall, youngest daughter of Henry Pengelly, Esq. aged six months.
At Trereife, near Penzance, on the 3rd instant, William, son of Mr. John Kempe, aged four years.
On Wednesday, the 12th instant, at Goran-Haven, in the prime of life, leaving four small children, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Trounce, of Tregony, and wife of Mr. Rouse, of the former place.
At Penryn, on the 17th instant, Mr. Henry Plint, for the last 28 years "Mine Host" of the Anchor Inn, in that borough. A man universally respected and esteemed by a large circle of relations, friends, and acquaintances; he died in the full assurance of a blessed immortality.
On the 9th instant, at Saumarez, in the island of Guernsey, Admiral of the Right, Hon. James Lord de Saumarez, G.C. B. in the 80th year of his age.
At Camelford, after a short illness, Richard Francis, late driver of the mail and Regulator coach, aged 48 years.
On the 21st instant, at the house of Miss Yescombe, Truro, Catharine, relict of the Rev. John Molesworth, late Rector at St. Breock, aged 76 years.
On the 13th ult, at Fogmoor, in the parish of St. Clement, Mr. E. Cocking, aged 90 years, for more than 60 of which he was a most faithful member of the Wesleyan society. His end was peace.
On Tuesday, at Penzance, the infant daughter of Mr. Sleeman, watchmaker, aged eight months.
At Redruth, on Monday, the 24th instant, of a cancer in her breast, Mrs. Sanders, aged 74 years.
At his father's house, Mevagissey, Mr. John Morris, Medical Student at the London Hospital, aged 21 years. His unassuming manners, and kind disposition, endeared him to all who had the happiness of his acquaintance.
On Sunday last, at Trerisick, in St. Columb Minor, Mr. John Trebilcock, aged 70, for many years a respectable innkeeper.
At St. Ives, Mr. Faull, innkeeper, aged about 50 years.
On Wednesday, at Helston, of paralysis, Mrs. Trethewy, mother of Mrs. Kerby.