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1843 DEATHS

MARCH



3 MARCH 1843, Friday


At Truro, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Eddy, aged 58 years.

At Bissow, in the parish of Kea, on the 22nd ultimo, Emily Jane Jory, aged 10 years; on the same day, William Jory, aged 8 years; and on the following day, Edwin Jory, aged 3 years, children of Mr. William Jory, blacksmith.

At Penalewey, in Feock, on the 22nd ultimo, Mr. William Benny, aged 81 years.

At Penryn, on Monday, the 27th ult., the wife of S. Dunstan, Esq., merchant, aged 42 years.

In the New-road, Falmouth, on Monday last, aged 58 years, Mrs. Woodhouse, wife of Mr. Woodhouse, of the artillery, for many years resident at Pendennis Castle.

On Sunday last, at Falmouth, the wife of Mr. G.P. Nash, schoolmaster, aged 60 years; and on the same day, Mrs. Hart, of the Widow's Row, aged 95 years. Mrs. Hart was a woman much respected by the richer classes at Falmouth, and from the benevolence of a few, received her livelihood. She outlived all her family, and had not a single relative to follow her remains to the grave.

At St. Agnes, on Friday last, Mr. Josiah Clark, a local preacher among the Wesleyan Methodists, aged 28 years; on Saturday, Mr. Hugh Roberts, aged 22 years, also a Wesleyan local preacher; and on Sunday, Mr. William Bennett, aged 23 years.

On Tuesday last, at St. Ives, Elizabeth Jane, aged 17 months, and Betsey Harvey, aged 5 months, children of Mr. John Hocking, shipwright.

At Ladgvan, last week, Mr. Wm. Curnow, aged 67 years.

At Chyoon, in the parish of Paul, after a short illness, Mr. John Pascoe, aged 42 years, greatly respected by all who knew him.

On Sunday last, at Newlyn West, Mrs. Grace Tonkin, aged 24 years.

On Monday, February 27th, at Trelaske, Emma Augusta, only child of Edward Archer, Esq., aged one year and four months.

At Veryan, on Sunday last, Louisa Jane, daughter of Mr. Thomas Harris, gardener, aged 5 years.

Last week, at Charlestown, John, Elizabeth, and Mary Ann, three infant children of Mr. T. Walkey, all of the scarlet fever.

At East Looe, on the 22nd ultimo, Mr. John Clunock, aged 87 years.

At Fowey, last week, after a protracted illness, occasioned by a blast of gunpowder, Mr. Richard Rowe, aged 25 years.

At Fowey, last week, Mrs. Elizabeth Redding, aged 82 years.

At Fowey, on Sunday last, Mrs. Whitford, relict of Mr. Thomas Whitford, blacksmith, aged 72 years.

At St. Columb, last week, the infant child of Mr. Martin, surgeon.

At Padstow, last week, after a few days illness, Mr. William Grigg, aged 62 years.

On Sunday last, at Liskeard, aged 59 years, Mr. Boase, druggist, &c., deservedly esteemed by his fellow townsmen, over whom he presided as the second mayor elected after the passing of the municipal reform act.

On the 19th ult., at Saltash, Mr. Tasker, aged 70 years. He was for many years a zealous and consistent Member of the Wesleyan Society, and was much respected by all who knew him.

On the 20th ult., at Torpoint, Mr. Cowling, very much respected.

At Barnstaple, on Sunday last, being the third anniversary of her marriage, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. G. C. Symons, chymist &c., aged 30 years, deeply regretted by her numerous friends and relatives.

On Friday last, at Liverpool, after a lingering illness, aged 48 years, Anne, the wife of John Smith, Esq., late lecturer on education, and now one of the proprietors of the Liverpool Mercury.


10 MARCH 1843, Friday


On Friday last, at Truro, Mrs. Hodge, relict of the late Mr. James Hodge, of Coxhead Cottage, aged 75 years.

Suddenly, on the 2nd instant, at Falmouth, Mr. Wm. Jocelyn, who had been afflicted with asthma for many years.

At Falmouth, on the 3rd instant, Mr. Thomas James, aged 18 years.

At Falmouth, on Wednesday last, after a long illness, Mr. J. Drew, chemist, &c. aged 40 years.

At Kerley, near Chacewater, on the 6th instant, aged 78 years, Mrs. Ann Hitchins, widow of the late Captain Malachi Hitchins.

On the 19th ultimo, at Lower Town, in the parish of Gwennap, after a short illness, Ann, daughter of the late Capt. Cornish.

At St. Ives, Mr. John Wedge, aged 30 years.

At Penzance, on the 3rd instant, Richard Welles, son of Mr. George Hext Bellringer, aged 17 months.

At Grampound, on Sunday last, after two days' illness, Miss Ann Brown, aged 24 years; and Mr. Luke Williams, aged 80 years, nearly sixty of which he was a consistent member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society.

On the 23rd ultimo, at St. Blazey, Capt. Richard Francis, of the Fowey Consols mine, aged 36 years.

At St. Columb, the infant children of Mr. John Grigg, and Mr. William Gatley.

On Wednesday last, at Treneage, in the parish of St. Breock, Mr. Roger Gill, aged 72 years.

At Wadebridge, on Sunday last, Joice, the beloved wife of Lieut. Dunstan, R.N., aged 48 years, leaving a large circle of sorrowing friends, to whom her christian kindness, and affectionate disposition had greatly endeared her.

At Camelford, on Friday last, Salome, widow of the late Mr. Robert Pearce, builder, aged 60 years.

At Plymouth, on Monday last, the Rev. Septimus Courtney, vicar of Charles.

On Saturday last, at 71, Gower-street, London, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Dr. John Hogg, and only daughter of the late Hugh Roberts, Esq., of Pen y mawr, North Wales, aged 35 years.

Lately, at the Dee Bank Forge Iron Works, near Holywell, Flintshire, aged 64 years, Captain John Francis, whose amiable and cheerful disposition, and uncompromising integrity secured to him the esteem of a large circle of friends. He has left a widow and two daughters, by whom, as well as by his numerous relatives, his loss is deeply lamented.

On the 10th of September, at Auckland, Capt. Hobson, Governor of New Zealand.


17 MARCH 1843, Friday


Yesterday, at Truro, Amy, widow of the late Mr. Samuel Day, aged 48 years.

At Bissow, in the parish of Kea, on the 4th instant, Elizabeth Ann, daughter of William Jory, blacksmith, aged eight months being the fourth child he has lost within a fortnight.

On Friday last, at Rosemundy, St. Agnes, at the advanced age of 86 years, Mrs. Elizabeth Rowse, widow of the late Mr. T. Rowse; and at Mingoose, in the same parish, Mr. Matthew Reynolds, aged 47 years.

At Carharrack, Gwennap, Diana, wife of Capt. T. Tippett, of Creegbraws mine, aged 63 years.

On Saturday last, at St. Just in Penwith, the wife of Mr. John Trembath, the infant son of Mr. Edinet Trembath, and the infant son of Mr. John Lanyon.

At St. Erth Church-town, on Saturday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Richard Penberthy.

On Saturday last, at Ladock, John, third son of Mr. Sleeman, aged 7 years.

On Tuesday last, at Probus, Henry, third son of the late Mr. Thomas Allen, aged 18 years.

At Grampound, on the 14th instant, Anne, wife of Mr. Thomas Croggon, beloved by her family, and greatly esteemed by all who knew her, aged 62 years, consistent, her end was peaceful and happy.

On the 4th instant, at Gerrans, Mr. John Jennings, aged 84 years.

At Luxulyan, on the 9th instant, Henry, eldest son of Mr. James Nankivell, aged 20 years.

At St. Austell, on Monday last, John, eldest son of Mrs. Stephens, grocer, &c., aged 26 years.

At Hendra, in Lower St. Columb, on Sunday last, Mr. John Trebilcock, a respectable farmer of that parish aged 52 years, leaving a wife and ten children to lament their loss.

At Fowey, the infant son of Mr. Richard Hooper.

At Pitymee, St. Minver, after a lingering illness, Miss Mary Cleave, aged 20 years.

At Mullion, on Friday last, Mrs. Jane Thomas, aged 63 years.


24 MARCH 1843, Friday


On Monday last, at her house in Lemon street, Truro, in her 71st year, and after many years of declining health, Mary, relict of the Rev. Thomas Carlyon, late Rector of Truro, and Vicar of Probus, in this county.

At Truro, on Thursday, the 16th instant, Mr. William Sim, saddler, aged 34 years.

Yesterday, at Falmouth, Martha, the beloved wife of Mr. John Phillips, of the Navy Inn, aged 32 years.

At Falmouth, on Wednesday last, after a lingering illness, Wm. Glasson, Esq., aged 62 years.

At Charlestwon, on Friday last, Mrs. Hodge, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Hodge, aged 70 years; and on Saturday, Samuel, son of Capt. W. Stevens, aged 10 years.

At St. Columb, on the 10th instant, Maria Rowe, second daughter of Mr. James Permewan, of Tresidder, near Penzance, aged 4 years.

At St. Columb, John, only son of Mr. Ball, grocer, &c.

Lately, at St. Teath, Mr. J. Bawden, the wealthy proprietor of the Treburgett copper mine, leaving no issue. His landed property goes to Messrs. John and Edward Pearce, his two nephews.

At Trathwall, in Crowan, on the 17th instant, after an illness of upwards of six months, which he bore with patience and resignation, Mr. Edward Pooley, a respectable farmer of that parish, aged 67 years.

At Paull's Green, in Crowan, on the 18th instant, Mr. Wm. Ralph, aged 36 years, leaving a widow and infant family to deplore their loss.

At St. Erth, on Saturday last, Mrs. Grace Hosking, aged 42 years; on Sunday, Mr. John Trevaskis, aged 40 years, and Mr. William Hampton, aged 67 years.

On Sunday last, at Annkeen, in the parish of Phillack, Capt. Thomas Pearce, aged 57 years.

At St. Buryan, on Tuesday, the 14th instant, Poe Permewan, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Permewan, of Trevear, near Penzance, aged 22 years.

At Penzance, on Tuesday last, the infant son of Mr. Wm. Martin.

On the 19th instant, at St. Michael's Mount, Mr. Nicholas Pearce, aged 84 years, and Mr. George John, aged 83 years.

At St. Mary's Scilly, on the 14th instant, the infant son of the last Capt. Thomas Hicks.

On the 18th instant, at Exeter College, Oxford, John Phipps, second son of the late R.S. Sutton, Esq., of Flushing.

On the 12th instant, at the Grammar School, Tavistock, William Henry, twin son of the Rev. Wm. Beal, aged 7 months.

On the 16th instant, at Trehills farm, Tamerton Foliott, aged 34 years, Mrs. Ellen Symons, leaving a family of five children to lament their irreparable loss.

On the 8th instant, aged 84 years, Major-General Sir John Boscawen Savage, K.C.B. And K.C.H., having seen nearly 60 years service.


31 MARCH 1843, Friday


At Truro, on Friday last, Mr. James Glasson, late of Trevennell, in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, aged 33 years.

On the 26th instant, at Falmouth, the infant child of Mr. A. Moir, builder, &c.

On Sunday, the 19th instant, at the Vicarage, St. Agnes, aged 64 years, Capt. Joseph Ninnis, late agent of Wheal Calmady, near Bridestow, Devon.

At Hayle, on Saturday last, Mrs. F. Williams, aged 30 years.

At St. Ives, on Thursday se'nnight, Catherine, wife of Capt. A. Stevens, aged 78 years; and on Tuesday last, Mr. G.C. Boase, aged 22 years.

On Friday last, at Charlestown, Maria Jane, daughter of Capt. Wm. Stevens, aged 7 years.

At Trenarren, St. Austell, on Wednesday last, Miss Mary Lobb, aged 25 years.

At St. Stephens in Branwell, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Philip Arthur, aged 71 years.

At Trewhiddle, near St. Austell, on Wednesday last, Miss Polkinghorne, aged 82 years.

On the 15th instant, at Ottery, Devon, the Rev. Ed. Coleridge, formerly vicar of Buckerell, in that county, and last surviving brother of Coleridge the Poet.

At Birmingham, on the 15th instant, Mrs. Phillips, wife of Mr. J. Phillipps, schoolmaster, late of Truro, aged 63 years.

In London, on Friday last, Fanny, infant daughter of Mr. Hugh Guy.

At Barbadoes, on the 2nd of January last, in consequence of falling into the hold of a vessel of which he was shipwright, Mr. Samuel Remfry, of Liverpool, aged 36 years.


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