cornwall england newspaper


2 September 1836, Friday

On the 21st instant, at Heidelberg, Frances, wife of William Peter, Esq. of Chiverton and Harlyn, aged 52 years.

On the 24th ult, at St. Thomas's, near Exeter, sincerely and deeply lamented, Juliana Mary Barron, aged 17, the eldest daughter of the late Lieut. J. C. Barron, R.N., formerly commanding H. M.'s brig "Frolic" on the Falmouth Station.

At Trevissick, St. Austell, on Saturday last, Mr. W. Trestrain, aged 25.

On Sunday last, at Truro, Mr. John Manuel, senior, butcher, aged 65 years.

9 September

On Monday last, at Truro, aged 33 years, Mr. Richard Sprague, of the "Charlotte" trader of that port.

On Monday, at St. Austell, Sophia Medland, youngest child of Mr. Stocker, saddler, aged 6 months.

Suddenly, at Crill, in Budock, on Thursday morning, Mary Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Stevens, farmer, aged 9 years.

On Saturday last, at Crackington, parish of St. Ginnis[sic], William Cock, Esq. aged 69 years.

August 24, at St. Thomas's Exeter, Juliana Mary Barron, aged 17, the eldest daughter of the late Lieut. C. Barron, R. N. formerly commanding his Majesty's packet "Frolic".

16 September

On Wednesday last, at Hayle, Miss Mary Dennis, aged 17 years.

On Sunday last, at St. Austell, Mr. S. Treverton, sen., aged 91 years.

On Tuesday last, at St. Austell, after a long and painful illness, sustained with Christian fortitude and resignation, Mrs. Benjamin Michael, aged 63 years. Her end was peace.

On Sunday last, at Launceston, Mr. James Treleaven, hat-maker, aged 77 years. He was the oldest tradesman in that Borough.

Yesterday, at Penzance, Miss Auria G. P. Vilbert, second daughter of Mr. John Pope Vilbert, aged 17 years, after a very short illness.

On Thursday evening, at Helston, after a protracted and painful affliction, Caroline, youngest daughter of Mr. Billin, draper and tailor.

23 September

On Monday last, at Truro, aged 55 years, Mr. John Michell, butcher.

Yesterday, at Truro, aged 74 years, Mr. Joseph Buckingham; having been constable of that Borough 28 years, an assessor and collector of the King's taxes 22 years.

On the 15th instant, at Penzance, the infant daughter of Mr. John Celey.

On Wednesday last, at Launceston, Mr. Thos. Cardew, aged 85 years.

On Thursday, the .. instant, at Trefelle, near St. Germans, Mrs. Palmer, aged 35 years.

On the 8th instant, George, eldest son of Ralph Barnes, Esq., solicitor, Exeter, aged 23 years.

30 September

On Saturday last, at Treglisson, Phillack, after a tedious illness, which she bore with true Christian temper and pious resignation, Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. G. Nicholls, aged 32 years.  Her end was peace.

On Sunday last, at Tregony, in the 79th year of his age, Mr. Henry Jacob, for many years master-mason and builder of that place; he was respected by all who knew him.

On Sunday last, at Hayle, Mrs. Elizabeth George, aged 68 years.

At Tregellas, in St. Kew, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Richard Warren, aged 66 years, much beloved and deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

On the 21st instant, at her residence at Stonehouse, Miss Boger, aged 68 years, the eldest sister of J. Boger, of Wolston, of this County, Esq.

On Monday last, at St. Ives, aged 80 years, Mrs. Worth, widow of the late Captain Thomas Worth, of that port.

On Wednesday last, aged 36 years, Charlotte, wife of Mr. James Richards, jun, joiner, of St. Ives.

On Wednesday last, suddenly, at a very advanced age, Mr. Robert Oliver, miller, St. Keyne.

On the 25th instant, at Falmouth, Mr. Alfred Eguine, aged 47, assistant Surgeon R.N. and late of H. M. brig "Nightingale" on that station.

On Monday last, the 26th instant, after a long and painful affliction, which she endured with Christian humility and fortitude, Mrs. Stephens, of Truro, aged 79 years; her end was peace.

On Saturday last, at Truro, Mr. William Hawke, aged 76 years; he was a carrier on the line of road between Truro and Torpoint for 19 years.  Also at Truro, on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. Wm. Hawke, son of the above, aged 43 years.  He was also a carrier on the above line of road.

On the 20th instant, at Summerland Place, Barnstaple, of consumption, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Avery, late proprietor of the North Devon Journal, and mother of Mr. Avery, its present conductor, aged 60 years.

At Peamore, on the 24th instant, Agatha, wife of S. T. Kekewich, Esq.

A few days ago, at his house at Thames Ditton, Robert Lambert, Esq. Vice-Admiral of the Blue.  This officer, with his flag in H. M. ship "Vigo" was Commander-in-Chief of the squadron employed at St. Helena for the secure detention of Napoleon Buonapate{sic}, and during his command that individual died there, on the 5th of May, 1821.

Yesterday, at Penzance, Ada, daughter of Mr. R. M. Branwell, aged nine months.

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