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4 JANUARY 1839

At Stoke, Devonport, on the 29th ult., in the ninetieth year of his age, the Rev. John Strode Foot, vicar of Liskeard.

At Penzance, on the 2nd instant, Joseph Nicholls, Esq., late Comptroller of her Majesty's Customs at that port, aged 79 years.

At Michell, on Saturday last, Capt. Robert House, of the brig "Maria", of Hayle.

At Helston, on the 28th ult., Susan, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Curry, aged 11 years.
At St. Mawen, on Monday the 31st of December, William, youngest child of Mr. Jas. James, aged 20 months.

At Liskeard, on Tuesday last, aged 18 years, Edmund, second son of Mr. Venning, brewer.

Last week, at Hay Farm, in Lower St. Columb, Mr. John Sal.., a respectable farmer of that parish, aged 67 years.

At Cape Coast Castle, Africa, on Monday, the 15th of October last, suddenly, Mrs. L. E. Maclean, wife of George Maclean, Esq., Governor of Cape Coast Castle.

At Restronguet, Mylor, on the 24th ultimo, the wife of Mr. R. Sharp Paynter, aged 33 years.

11 JANUARY 1839

On the 24th ult., at Can Orchard, in the parish of Launcells, N. B. Symons, Esq.

On the 5th of October, at Calcutta, Edward Henry, second son of the Rev. Richard Budd, rector of Ruanlanihorne, aged 19 years.

On Sunday last, at the vicarage-house, Gulval, the Rev. Robert Dillan aged 86 years, Vicar of that parish.

At Liskeard, on Friday last, Edwin, only son of Mr. Edward Geach, in his 20th year, after an illness of six months. This excellent young gentleman was greatly respected by all the inhabitants of the place, and his premature death has caused general regret.

At Penzance, on Thursday, the 3rd instant, Mr. John Cornish, aged 79 years, highly respected by a large circle of friends.

On Sunday last, at Penzance, Mr. John Corn, aged 23 years.

At Helston, on the 4th instant, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Job Gill, aged 1 year and 9 months.

On Friday last, at Perras Porth, Mr. C. Mitchell, aged 75 years.

On Saturday last, at Truro, Mrs. Catherine Brown, aged 75 years.

At Bodmin, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Charles Tonkin.

At Bosinvey, in St. Mewan, on Thursday last, Miss Mary Edwards, at an advanced age.

At St. Austell, on Thursday last, Frederick, youngest son of Mr. Edmund Browne, aged two months.

On the 3rd instant, Mrs. Copleston, aged 91 years, relict of the late Rev. John Bradford Copleston, vicar of St. Thomas, and prebendary of Exeter Cathedral.

On the 26th instant, at Swansea, aged 75 years, Mrs. Hatton, only surviving sister of the late John Philip Krumble, Esq., and Mrs. Siddons.

On the 29th ult., at the residence of his son Braebott[?], near Ludlow, Shropshire, the Rev. Dr. Whitingdon Landon, dean of the Cathedral Church of Exeter.

18 JANUARY 1839

At Truro, on Sunday last, Mrs. Hernaman, widow of the late Captain John Hernaman, aged 59 years.

On Monday the 11th instant, at Truro, Arthur Edward, son of James Trower Bullock, Esq.

At St. Just, in Penwith, on the 10th instant, Ann, wife of R. J. Ferris, Esq., surgeon, aged 29 years.

Last week, at Tregarton, St. Goran, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Lawry, aged 10 years and 6 months.

At Gwithian, on Friday last, Mr. James Gregory, aged 65 years.

In Princess Square, Devonport, on the 9th instant, Mrs. Lampen, mother of the Rev. Robert Lampen, vicar of Probus, aged 71 years.

On Sunday, the 13th inst. After a severe illness, which he bore with exemplary fortitude, John Edwards, Esq., of Bu.aton, St. Stephens near Saltash, in the 65th year of his age, deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives, and by all who knew him.

On Tuesday last, at Kea, Grace Magor, aged 107 years. She was sensible to the last.

25 JANUARY 1839, Friday

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At Bodmin, on Saturday the 19th instant, Mrs. Saunders, aged 87.

At Bodmin, on Monday the 21st instant, Miss Re[son]den, aged 95.

On Saturday last, at Launceston, Mr. Luney, aged 83, for many years a consistent and useful member of Castle-street Chapel.

Suddenly, on Friday last, in consequence of a fall from his horse, in returning [from] Looe to his house at Trewen in the parish of Liskeard, Mr. Carswell, a respectable farmer.

At Camelford, on Monday last, Mr. Charles Dinham, late of the King's Arms Inn, in that place, and one of the aldermen of that borough.

At Helston, on the 16th instant, after a long illness, Mr. Henry Gundry, late clerk to Mr. Clarke, spirit-merchant, aged 31 years.

At Helston, on the 20th instant, Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Henry Symons, draper &c, aged nine years.

At St. Columb on Tuesday last, Mr. Higgs, aged 85. He was much esteemed by all who knew him, and was cheerful and happy to the last. His death will be regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

On the 22nd instant, at Morval, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John Clements, gardener to John Buller, Esq., of Morval-house.

At Newquay, on the 17th instant, Eliza Ann, infant daughter of Mr. J. Hobbler, blacksmith, aged 11 months; also, on the 20th instant, Mrs. Grace Bart, aged 62 years.

At Camelford, on Wednesday the 16th instant, suddenly, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thomas Hawken, confidential clerk in the office of W.F. Pearce, Esq., solicitor.

At Falmouth, on Monday, Mr. John Guard, aged 87, late of H.M.S. Astrea.

On Tuesday, the 8th instant, at Foxdale Mines, Isle of Man, Mary, the beloved wife of Captain Matthew Grose, aged 49 years, deeply regretted by all her family and friends. Her charities and benevolence had endeared her to all classes, and in her the poor of the surrounding district have lost a kind benefactor and adviser.

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