cornwall england newspaper


1841 DEATHS

MARCH



5 MARCH 1841, Friday


Yesterday, at Truro, Mrs. Elizabeth ANNEAR, aged 84 years.

At His father-in-law's house, No. 4, Paul's-terrace, Truro, Mr. Thomas LAWRANCE, aged 30 years, youngest son of Mrs. Lawrance, of St. Agnes.

At Falmouth, on Thursday last, the youngest son of Mr. JAGO, of the Spread Eagle, aged 20 years.

On Friday last, at Tregony, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph GROSE, aged 82 years.

Lately, at Gorran Haven, Mr. John POMERY, aged 87 years.

At St. Dennis, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth GRIGG; and on the 27th, Mr. Samuel BRENTON, after a lingering illness.

At St. Austell, on Thursday last, aged 8 years, Rebecca ARNOLD, only child of the late Mr. Josias PHILLIPS, cooper; and on Monday, Mr. James BONYTHON, carpenter, aged 82 years.

On Monday last, at Liskeard, Mr. Ellis, plasterer, aged 84 years.

At Padstow, on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Emma youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas DOCTON, printer and bookbinder, aged 20 years. Her end was peace.

At Wadebridge, on the 26th ult., Anne, wife of Richard SYMONS, Esq., solicitor, aged 56 years.

At Hayle, on Monday last, Mrs. Mary R. CUNDY, relict of the late Capt. Nicholas CUNDY, aged 71 years.

On Friday last, at Carthew, near Hayle, Mrs. BENNETTS, aged 42 years.

At St. Ives, on the 28th ult., Capt. Edw. GEEN, aged 92 years. Capt. Geen was the oldest ship master belonging to this port.

At Treneere-house, near Penzance, on Friday last, from gout in the stomach, Henry Pendarves TREMENHEERE,(?) Esq., aged 66 years.

On Friday last, at Penzance, Jane, wife of Hewett POOLE, Esq., of Mayfield, Cork, aged 27 years.

On Tuesday last, at Penzance, Mrs. Elizabeth POLKINHORNE, aged 77 years, and Mr. Robert MATHEWS, sen., currier, aged 54 years.

On the 25th ult., at St. Mary's Scilly, Miss N. TREGARTHEN, aged 33(?) years; and at Tresco, Mrs. Ann WOODCOCK, aged 57 years.


12 MARCH 1841, Friday


At Truro, on Tuesday last, Emily, daughter of Mr. COCK, grocer, &c., Castle-street, aged 4 years.

On Monday, the 1st inst., at Redruth, Mrs. Walter GROSE, aged 27 years (?).

At St. Agnes, on the 7th instant, Richard, the youngest son of Mr. DOBLE, surgeon, aged 12 years.

On Friday last, at Carthew, near Hayle, Mrs. BENNETTS, aged 42 years.

On Monday last, at Newlyn West, Mr. DAVIES, aged 76 years.

At Tregony, on the 4th instant, the infant son of Mr. H. JEWEL.

At St. Austell, on Tuesday, Mary, the wife of Mr. John STEPHENS, yeoman, aged 44 years.

At Wadebridge, on the 4th instant, Henry GEORGE, son of Mr. Wm. OATEY, iron and brassfounder, aged 7 years and 5 months.

At Liskeard, on the 4th instant, of paralysis, aged 72 years, the wife of Mr. RETALLICK, greatly regretted by her family and all who knew her.

At Liskeard, on Tuesday last, Mr. Richard STRIP, at an advanced age.

On the 23rd ult., at Worsley, Lancashire, Miss Se(?) RUTTER, of Mevagissey.

At St. Levan, on the 5th instant, Mrs. MITCHELL, aged 68 years.

On Sunday se'nnight, after a long and painful illness, borne with meek resignation to the will of God, aged 64, Mr. Nicholas HAY, (HALY?) of Saltash, for many years Master of the Academy in that place. His affectionate disposition endeared him to his family and numerous friends, his unsullied integrity commanded the respect of all with whom he was connected in business, and his active benevolence will cause his loss long to be felt by those who were its objects. His fellow-townsmen, as with one voice, declare "a good man is taken from us."

On the 3rd instant, at Bideford, aged 85 years, Zachary BAYLY, Esq., deeply and deservedly lamented by all who knew him.


19 MARCH 1841, Friday


At Truro, on Saturday last, Capt. GILES, late of the schooner "Symmetry," aged 29 years.

On Friday, the 12th inst., at the Personage, Chacewater, Mary Margaret, daughter of the Rev. David JACKSON, aged three months.

On Sunday, the 14th instant, at Bellevue-house Academy, near Penryn, Maria, the infant daughter of Mr. BARWIS, aged four months.

At Falmouth, on Monday last, Mr. BONDS, a respectable master shoemaker of that town, aged 61 years (64?).

At Geen Mill, Probus, on the 17th instant, the wife of Mr. Thomas STEPHENS, miller, aged 53 years.

At Padstow, last week, Mr. William KESTELL, aged 60 years.

On the 7th instant, at Pennare, Goran, Mr. STEPHENS, at an advanced age.

On the 3rd inst., Mr. John THOMAS, of Medras, Goran.

At Marazion, on the 15th instant, Leonard MILLETT, Esq., aged 85 years.

At Swansea, on the 14th instant, Capt. GILBERT, of the schooner "Atlas," of Hayle.

On the 25th ultimo, in Gibbons-street, Plymouth, aged 80 years, Mrs. Mary UGLOW, widow of the late Mr. Geo. Uglow, watch-maker, Stratton.

On the 9th instant, at his cottage, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, John CAMPBELL, Esq., aged 75.

On the 10th instant, at the Close, Winchester, aged 53 years, Emily, wife of the Venerable Archdeacon WILBERFORCE, and daughter of the late Rev. J. SARGENT, of Lavington, Sussex.

Lately, At Saxmundum, Suffolk, Mr. BALLAR, formerly of Taunton, a respected commercial gentleman.


26 MARCH 1841, Friday


At Truro, on Wednesday last, Amelia, infant daughter of Mr. Wm. ROWE, Lemon-street, aged 6 months.

On Saturday last, at his residence in the Moors, Falmouth, Lieut. PAWLE, R.N., late commander of the "Mutine" packet. Lieut. Pawle's death was awfully sudden; he was seized with paralysis, whilst taking a walk on Friday evening, and was immediately conveyed to his house, and surgical assistance procured, but it was of no avail. Lieut. Pawle was the oldest commander in the service.

At Falmouth, on Wednesday last, much respected by a large circle of friends, Mr. John ALLEN, brewer and maltster, aged 37 years.

On Wednesday last, at Camborne, James, eldest son of the late Captain VIVIAN, of St. Maradox Villa, aged 34(?) years.

On the 22nd instant, at St. Ives, Sarah infant daughter of Mr. D. H. DUGGAN, excise-officer, aged 19 months.

At St. Columb, Mr. James KEAM, aged 31, for many years the respected clerk of Messrs. PAYNTER and WHITFORD, Solicitors, of that place;- his end was peace. The deceased being a member of the teetotal society, the members of that respectable body walked in procession to the funeral.

At Bodmin, on Tuesday last, after a protracted illness, Mr. COOM, aged 64 (?) years.

At Bodmin on Wednesday last, Mrs. Helena ARMAND, a Swede, aged 85 years.

At St. Merryn, of consumption, on Thursday, the 18th instant, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. John CHAPMAN, schoolmaster, aged 23 years. Her end was peace.

At Fowey, on the 20th instant, Mrs. NICKELS, wife of Capt Nickels, of the schooner "Amity," aged 37 years.

At Polperro, on the 13th instant, Jane, daughter of Mr. Wm. BARRATT, sail-maker, aged 19 years.

On the 21st instant at Halland, in the parish of St. Martin's, Mr. Joseph JAGO, aged 58 years.

At Saltash, on the 11th instant, Mr. Nicholas BENNETT, an Alderman of that borough, in the 84th year of his age. Of mild and unassuming manners, spotless integrity, and high moral worth, his memory will be long revered by a large circle of his family and friends.

On the 16th instant, at his lodgings, Boulport-street, Barnstaple, after a short illness, Thomas COPNER, Esq., coroner for the North Division of Devon, and also coroner for the borough of Barnstaple, aged 73. Mr. Copner was one of the members of the old corporation.


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