MARCH 1838 BIRTHS

MARCH 2

 

At Dunstanville-terrace, Falmouth, on the 21st instant, the lady of F. C. B. Armstrong, Esq. of a son.

 

At Padstow, on Monday last, Capt. T. Seaton, of the brig Volona, to Miss M. Langford, of that place.

 

At Helston, on Saturday the 24th ult., Mrs. Yorke, of a son.

 

At Bodmin, on Tuesday last, the wife of Mr. Thomas Pearse, draper, of a daughter.

 

Last week, at Charlestown, Mrs. Wm. Hodge, of a still-born child; also Mrs. J. Hodge, of a daughter.

 

At Newport, Launceston, the wife of Mr. Thomas Pearse, of a son.

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MARCH 9

 

In Dunstanville-terrace, Falmouth, on Friday, the 2nd instant, the lady of Lieut. Forrester, H. M. B. Lyra, of a son.

 

At Falmouth, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. Hosking, of a daughter.

 

At Shepherds, Newlyn, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Hotten, of a son.

 

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MARCH 16

At Union Place, Truro, on Tuesday last, Mrs. J. G. Borlase, of a still-born child

 

On Sunday last, at Liskeard, the lady of Rev J. Lakes, of a daughter

 

At Launceston, on the 1st instant, the lady of N.H.P. Lawrence, Esq., of a son

 

On Sunday last, at Redruth, the wife of Mr. W. Semmons, draper, of a son

 

At Mevagissey, on the 3rd instant, the lady of Lieut. J. Riddle, R.N. of a son

 

At Helston, on Monday last, Mrs. Johnson Bennets of the Angel Hotel, of a son.

 

On the 5th instant, the wife of Mr. Joseph Stephens, innkeeper, Brighton, St. Enoder, of a son

 

Last week, at St. Columb, the wife of the Rev. Mr. Roberts, Wesleyan minister, of a son; also, the wife of Mr. B[osis]tow, painter, of a son.

 

On Monday last, the wife of Mr. Edward Teague, [..]arcewater, Ladock, of twin daughters.

 

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MARCH 23, 1838

 

At Roche, 12th instant, Mrs. Joseph Thomas, of a son.

 

At Penzance, on Friday last, Mrs. Arthur James Beckerleg, of a daughter.

 

At St. Ives on the 18th instant, the Lady of George Herbert Edwin Wearne 20th James Boase, ore dresser, of a daughter

 

At Truro, the wife of Mr. J. Candy, printer, of a ______ .

 

At Probus, on the 22nd instant, the wife of Mr. Nicholas Gerrans, butcher, of a son.

 

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