cornwall england newspaper
6 JANUARY 1843, Friday
At Helstone, on the 23rd ultimo, deeply regretted by her relatives and friends, Ann, second daughter of John Borlase, Esq., surgeon, aged 20 years.
At Creegbraws, near Chacewater, Mr. John Davey, aged 47 years.
On Friday last, at Helston, Mrs. Elizabeth Moyle, aged 81 years.
On Thursday last, at Camborne, Capt. James Bennett, aged 74 years.
On Friday last, at Camborne, Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. S. Lean, aged 4 years.
On the 34d instant, at St. Ives, the infant son of Mr. James Roase, aged 3 years.
On Saturday last, at St. Ives, Mrs. Nancy Barnes, aged 69 years.
On Monday last, at Penzance, the infant daughter of Mr. J.S. Brown.
At Penwortha Coombe, in Perranzabuloe, aged 53 years, Mr. Francis Veall, for more than 20 years the clerk of that parish.
At Pentewan, St. Austell, on Sunday last, Mrs. Vercoe, aged 71 years.
At Fowey, on the 28th ultimo, the infant daughter of Mr. E. Thomas, ropemaker.
On the 34rd instant, at Trevicca, in the parish of Lanteglos by Fowey, the wife of Mr. Best, butcher, aged 45? years.
At Coleridge House, Devon, on Thursday se'nnight, Marianna Catherine, wife of John Allen, Esq.; and on the 30th, Kate For[?]ce, his second daughter, both of scarlet fever.
On Sunday last, at St. Stephens by St. Austell, after a severe illness, which he bore with christian fortitude and resignation, Mr. Henry Truscott, Macksmith, aged 47 years. The deceased was universally respected, and has left a widow and nine children to deplore their loss. - Also on the same day, Mrs. Dorothy Davis, aged 82 years.
At Tre[?]nick, Lower St. Columb, on the 29th ultimo, Mrs. Rogers, aged 82 years.
At the Priory, Bodmin, on Tuesday last, Ann, second daughter of the late John Rogers, Esq., of Penrose.
At Bude, on Friday last, Mrs. Ridgenow, of the Bude inn, aged 35 years, leaving a disconsolate husband and seven young children to deplore their loss.
On Monday, the 27th ultimo, suddenly, on his return from Morval to Looe, the Rev. S. Piddicombe, Vicar of Morval, in the 70th year of his age, highly esteemed and regretted by all.
At East Looe, on the 30th ultimo, Susan Loveday, daughter of Robert Grigg, Esq., aged 5 years.
At Trenarlett, in the parish of St. Tudy, Harry Hockin, Esq., deeply lamented by an extensive circle of acquaintance. In him the liberal cause has lost a firm and energetic supporter. His honesty of purpose and integrity of character gave him great weight and influence in his own neighbourhood, which was invariably exercised in support of the Civil and Religious Liberty of the People.
On the 29th ult., at Warde House, near Saltash, Mr. John Bennett, aged 59 years.
13 JANUARY 1843, Friday
On the 10th instant, at Truro, Mrs. O'Brien, widow of the late Mr. Matthew O'Brien, aged 81 years.
At Penryn, on Tuesday last, the wife of W. Edgcome, Esq., aged 77 years.
On Thursday, the 29th ult., at Ladock, Mr. T. Cock, blacksmith, aged 31 years.
On Sunday last, at St. Austell, the infant daughter of Mr. W.M. Grose, draper, aged six months.
On Monday last, at St. Austell, after a lingering illness, Mr. Isaac George, aged 17 years.
On Saturday last, at Liskeard, Mrs. Mary Bowden, a member of the Society of Friends, aged 85 years.
On Sunday last, at Liskeard, the infant child of Mr. Savery, plumber and glazier.
At Callington, on the 3rd instant; Elizabeth, wife of Mr. E. Pearse, surgeon, and youngest daughter of Reginald Jenkin, Esq., of North Hill, aged 26 years.
On the 9th instant, at Padstow, the wife of Mr. Thomas Clement, of her Majesty's Coast Guard Service, aged 49 years.
At Townshead, in the parish of Crowan, Mr. Henry Rowe, aged 15 years.
At St. Ives, on Friday last, the infant daughter of Mr. J. Williams.
At Penzance, on the 5th instant, lamented by all who knew her, Blanch, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Burley Rouse, of Portsmouth, who, after a long and exemplary christian course, sweetly fell asleep in Jesus, in the 86th year of her age.
On Friday last, at Tavistock, Tamsinna Langman, widow of the late Mr. Kingman, of Ottery Park, Lamerton, aged 73 years.
At Bideford, at the advanced age of 85 years, Mr. John Willis, foreman of Messrs. Wren and Williams, merchants. He had been in the employ of the Wren family for no less a period than 75 years, and of that family he had seen five generations.
20 JANUARY 1843, Friday
At Whitehall, on the morning of Friday last, Captain Joseph Morcom, aged 61 years. - It is rarely that we accord the death of a man more generally or deservedly esteemed. His simpilicity of manners, frankness of temper, warmth and kind-heartedness of feeling, and
perf[?]tegrity of intention, were qualities which won for him, during life, a very high degree of general respect, and will cause his memory to be long and affectionately cherished. His death was awfully sudden. He had retired to bed apparently in perfect health, but soon after midnight awoke complaining of indisposition, and was instantly a corpse. Perhaps, however, had the manner of his removal been placed at his own option, it would scarcely have been otherwise. The sincerely pious feeling which are in an even current through his life leaves to his bereaved friends the most consolatory assurance that however brief might be his notice to enter upon another state of being, he would be found in readiness for the change. - Yesterday morning his remains were interred in the New Cemetery, Truro, and were followed by a numerous concourse of friends who were anxious to pay this last tribute to his worth.
On the 19th instant, at Tregoose, in the parish of Probus, after a protracted illness, Mr. William Gatley, in the 47th year of his age, deservedly esteemed and respected by a large circle of acquaintance.
On Thursday, the 12th inst., in Union-street, Truro, Emily, daughter of Mr. Harry, aged 5 years.
At Tresillian Bridge, on Saturday last, Hugh, youngest son of Mr. Haddy.
At Tremough, in Mabe, on Saturday last, aged 68 years, John Tilly, Esq., for many years commander in the Falmouth packet service.
At Camborne, on Saturday last, Richard William Collingwood, son of Mr. William Tuek, jun., dentist, aged one year.
At Ladock, on the 12th instant, William Henry, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Rose, aged 7 years.
At London Prentice, St. Austell, on the 10th instant, Miss Mary Clemes, aged 27 years.
At Resugga, St. Austell, on the 12th instant, Walter Robins, Esq., aged 80 years.
At St. Austell, on Sunday last, Arthur Henry, the son of Mr. Osborne, Baptist minister, aged 2 months.
At Newquay, on the 13th inst., Captain J. Billing, of the smack "Mary Ann," aged 32 years.
At Newquay, on the 16th instant, Mr. Wm. Rickard, aged 82 years.
On the 11th instant, at Padstow, after a lingering illness, Mr. James Yeo, aged 52 years.
On Saturday last, at Fowey, Cap. [?] Rowe, aged 77 years.
At Liskeard, on Sunday last, Mr. Thos. Bart., [?] and ironmonger, aged 45 years.
On Friday se'nnight at Saltash, Mr. H. Veale, conveyancer.
On Thursday, the 12th instant, at Surrey-square, London, Emily Jane, daughter of Paul and Lidia N[?], aged 2 years.
In November last, at Nagpore, East Indies, the infant son of Capt. Davies, 11th Reg., N.I.
27 JANUARY 1843, Friday
On Saturday last, at Probus, Mrs. Jane Williams, aged 61 years.
At Probus, on Sunday last, Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. William Allen, aged 15 years.
At St. Austell, on Tuesday last, Richard, the infant son of Mr. Williams, butcher.
On the 19th instant, at Falmouth, John Hooton, Esq., a retired merchant, aged 78 years. The deceased was deservedly respected by a large circle of friends, for his integrity as a man of business, and for his quiet, unassuming, yet amiable manners, in private life.
On Monday last, at Falmouth, Mrs. Dennie, relict of the late Sampson Dennis, Esq., formerly a merchant at Lisbon, aged 66 years.
On Friday last, at Cardrew, near Redruth, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Peter Phillips, aged 79 years. She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society for 56 years, and died in great peace.
At Rosewarne, Camborne, on Thursday, the 19th instant, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. John Barry, gardener, aged 4 years.
On Monday last, at Camborne, Mr. Charles Curnow, aged 49 years.
At Penzance, on the 19th instant, Julia, wife of Capt. Hogg, aged 51 years; and on Wednesday last, Capt. Hogg, aged 59 years.
At Lanyon, in the parish of Madron, on Monday se'nnight, Mr. R. Hichens, aged 92 years.
On the 19th instant, at St. Cleer, Mr. Joseph Able, yeoman, aged 70 years.
On the 19th instant, at Marhamchurch, the Rev. John Kingdon, rector of that parish and of Whitstone, aged 75 years.
On the 19th instant, at Ashbarton, James, son of the late Rev. John Worden, Wesleyan Minister, aged 19 years.
On the 10th instant, at Fareham, Hants, deeply lamented by an extensive circle of naval and other friends, Thomas Alexander, Esq., Admiral of the Blue. He had been afflicted with severe rheumatic suffering for many years, which confined him to his house; but that suffering he bore with that true Christian patience which results only from a dutiful submission to the will of God. He was a brave officer, a man of the highest honour and integrity, distinguished by his benevolence, and universally respected.
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