cornwall england newspaper
7 JUNE 1844, Friday
At Truro, on Friday last, MISS LOVEDAY HENWOOD, a member of the Society
of Friends, aged 54 years.
At Tregony, on Sunday last, the REV. J. HART, Independent Minister, of
that town, aged 54 years. The large and respectable attendance at his
funeral evinced the universal esteem in which he was held as a kind
friend and zealous servant of Christ.
At Falmouth, on the 4th instant, THOMAS, infant son of MR. JOHN
ROBERTS, cabinet maker.
At Rose Villa, Hayle, on Saturday last, after many years of suffering,
CATHERINE, wife of HANNIBAL ELLIS, Esq., aged 56 years.
At Pool, on the 29th ult., MR. JOSEPH REYNOLDS< aged 63 years.
At Copperhouse, on Friday last, MRS. ELIZABETH ROWE, aged 41 years.
At St. Ives, on Sunday last, MRS. JAMES JENNINGS, aged 32 years.
At Charlestown, on Monday last, MELINDA, daughter of MR. JOHN MURTIN,
aged 2 years.
At Fowey, on the 28th instant, MRS. MARY ANN VIANT, aged 22 years.
At Highway, in the parish of Lanteglos by Fowey, on Monday last, MRS.
ELIZABETH STEAD, aged 24 years.
At Padstow, last week, MR. PAUL OKE, aged 73 years, a worthy member of
the Methodist society.
At Hornsey Road, London, on the 25th ult., ELLEN T., wife of MR. HENRY
J. PAULL, and eldest daughter of the late M. A. PRYNN, M.D., of
At the Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth, on Friday last, sincerely
lamented by her family and friends, the wife of DANIEL WILSON, Esq., Surgeon
R.N., second daughter of JAS. BUDD, Esq., formerly of Pendennis Castle,
and now H. M. Ordnance Storekeeper at Guernsey.
At the Vicarage, Northop, Flintshire, on the ... of Mr. Lieut. HENRY
ARCHER ALLEN, 4th Dragoon Guards, in his [24th?] Year, grandson of the
late CAPT. ARCHER, 16th Lancers.
At his residence, at the Mumbles, near [Swansea?], on the 28th ult.,
HENRY BATH, Esq., aged 68 years.
At Prince's-place, Kensington, on the 4th instant, JANE, relict of the
late HUMPHREY [B or H?ster] Esq., of this county, in the 100th (or
possibly 105th) year of her age.
At Grenada, on the 21st of April, sincerely and deservedly regretted by
a numerous circle of friends and relatives, N. JOHN KING, late of
Truro, aged 32 or 22 years.
14 JUNE 1844, Friday
At Truro, on Friday last, the infant daughter of MR. M. COURTENAY, confectioner.
At Bodrean, in the parish of St. Clement, on Tuesday last, in consequence of an injury to the spine, occasioned by his falling off a hedge on the previous Saturday, in his 77th year, MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, greatly respected and beloved as a friend, a neighbour, and a master, and deeply regretted in his sudden removal.
At the house of CAPT. LANKSBURY, Redruth, on Monday last, after a short illness, MR. THOMAS JOHNS, aged 42 years, having arrived but a few days from London, for the benefit of his native air.
At Treskellard, in the parish of Illogan, on the 4th instant, MR> JOHN JEWELL, yeoman, aged 72 years.
At Hayle, on Thursday, the 6th instant, MISS MARIA BANFIELD, daughter of the late MR. RICHARD BANFIELD, aged 60 years.
At Penzance, on Monday last, ELIZABETH, second daughter of MR. F. TROUNSON, aged 22[?] years.
At Portloe, in the parish of Veryan, on the 7th instant, CHARLOTTE ANNE, infant daughter of LIEUT. BAKER, R.N.
At Falmouth, on the 8th instant, the wife of MR. THOMAS CHANNON, aged 37 years.
At Helston, on Monday last, MRS. LANYON, aged 71 years.
At Tregoose, near St. Columb, on Sunday last, MR. RICHARD ROWE, aged 64 years.
At St. Austell, on the 6th instant, MRS. ODGERS, aged 69 years, forty-six of which she had been a consistent member of the Wesleyan connexion.
At Porthpean, in the parish of St. Austell, last week, MRS. CARNE, aged 72 years.
At Blue Gate, in the parish of St. Blazey, on Sunday last, the wife of MR. JOHN WILLIAMS, aged 63 years.
At Par, on Thursday, the 6th instant, CAROLINE COSSENTINE, daughter of MR. PEASE, aged 2 years.
At Tywardreath, on Friday last, ELIZABETH, daughter of MR. JOSHUA DADDOW, builder, aged 18 years.
At Pont, near Fowey, on Saturday last, MR. WM. STRIBLEY, maltster.
At St. Dennis, on Friday last, the wife of MR. JOHN VARCOE, of Hall, in that parish, aged 49 years, nearly 48 of which she was a consistent member of the Wesleyan community.
At Bodmin, on the 1st instant, MRS. ELIZABETH COPPIN, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM COPPIN, grocer of that town, aged 72 years.
At St. Juliot, on Wednesday last, MR. GEORGE JEWELL, late of Camelford, maltster, aged 86 years.
At Launceston, on Sunday last, MR. W. PARSONS, of Boscastle, aged 74 years.
At Browda, in the parish of Lininhorne, on Monday last, MR. THOMAS KITTOW, in the 85th year of his age.
At her residence in London, on the 11th instant, MARIA, relict of the late FRANCIS JODRELL, Esq., of Henbury Hall, Cheshire, and second daughter of the late SIR WILLIAM LEMON, Bart., of Carclew, in this county.
At Geelong, Australia, on the 15th of October last, from drowning, AUGUSTUS, second son of the REV. G. MORRIS, vicar of St. Allen, near Truro, aged 25 years.
On board H. M. brig "Sealark," on the coast of Africa, MR. JAMES PENBERTHY, formerly of Helston, aged 27 years.
On the 12th of March last, on the African coast, MR. JOHN ELLIS, master of H. M. steamer "Hydra", son of MR. ALDERMAN ELLIS, of Falmouth,- a fine young man, of great promise, and generally beloved by his brother officers and the sailors.
21 JUNE 1844, Friday
At Truro, on the 13th instant, JULIA HANNAH, third daughter of the REV. W. MOORE, Independent minister, aged 30 years.
At Truro, on Saturday last, MR. JAMES JANE, compositor, aged 40 years.
At Truro, on Sunday last, the wife of MR. BURROWS, butcher, aged 40 years.
At Truro, on Monday last, after a short but severe illness, greatly respected, MR. DAVID WILLIAMS, fourth son of MR. WILLIAMS, assay master, St. Austell-street, aged 27 years.
At Rosewyn, Truro, on Wednesday last, in her 20th year, CLARA JOSEPHINE, youngest daughter of MR. WILLIAM HODGSON.
At Truro, on Wednesday last, MARY, youngest child of MR. BACHE, sail-maker, aged 3 years.
At his residence, Berkeley Vale, Falmouth, on Monday last, MR. JOHN ROWE, of the firm of B.C. and J. ROWE, silversmiths, aged 15 years. He was highly esteemed by a very large circle of friends, and his early demise will be much regretted.
At Hayle Foundary, on the 10th instant, MR. HARRY TONKIN, aged 19 years.
At Penzance, on Friday last, SUSAN, youngest daughter of MR. JOHN CUNNACK, carrier, aged 15 years; and on Tuesday, HYMEN, son of Mr. HENRY LEVIN, aged 14 years.
At Holmbush, near Charlestown, the infant son of MR. T. RODDA.
At Tregiskey, near Mevagissey, on Friday last, MR. WRIGHT, gamekeeper to J. H. TREMAYNE, Esq.
At Porthcothan House, in the parish of St. Merryn, on the 12th instant, EMILY POMERY, only daughter of THOMAS PETER, Esq., aged five years.
At Callington, on the 8th instant, aged 81 years, MRS. MOONE, relict of the late WM. MOONE, Esq., of that town.
At the residence of Messrs. PHILP, Launceston, on the 30th ultimo, MR. THOMAS SOUTHCOTT, of Ottery St. Mary, iron-monger, aged 39 years.
At Whitstone House, Whitstone, on Tuesday, the 11th instant, MISS JANS, late of Stratton, aged 68 years.
At Dolsdon, near Whitstone, on Monday last, suddenly, the REV. MR. COWLARD, rector of Werrington, Devon, aged 55 years. He was on his journey to attend the funeral of Miss Jans, of Whitstone House.
At Maldon, Essex, on the 13th instant, aged 76 years, the REV. CHARLES MATTHEW, vicar of All Saints with St. Peter's. Maldon, rector of Zayer Marney, Essex, chaplain to his Majesty, the King of Hanover, and upwards of 30 years an active and efficient magistrate for the county of Essex. Mr. Matthew is much regretted by an extensive and attached circle of friends.
At Boulogne-sur-Mer, on Saturday last, THOMAS CAMPBELL, Esq., author of "The Pleasures of Hope."
28 JUNE 1844, FRIDAY
At Newham Cottage, Truro, on the 22nd instant, the infant son of MR. W. JENKINS, Devonshire Place, Swansea.
At Chacewater, on Tuesday last, deeply lamented, CAPT. S. H. PEARCE, aged 44 years.
At Mawla, in the parish of St. Agnes, MR. WM. REYNOLDS, a respectable farmer, aged 54 years, leaving a wife and seven children to deplore their loss.
At Hayle, on Sunday last, MRS. A. ROGERS, aged 65 years.
At St. Erth Church-town, on Friday last, MR. JOHN THOMAS, aged 52 years.
At St. Erth Church-town, on Monday last, MISS ELIZABETH OLIVER, aged 21 years.
At St. Ives, on the 20th instant, MRS. ELIZABETH HENRY, aged 89 years.
At Penzance, on the 20th instant, MARY, third daughter of MR. VINER, organist, aged 9 years.
At Penzance, on Sunday last, RICHARD, eldest son of MR. JOHN RODDA, aged 14 years.
At Portscatha, in the parish of Gerrans, on the 10th instant, MARY, daughter of MR. HENRY HILL, of the Coast Guard service.
At Crigmurrian, in the parish of Philleigh, on the 23rd instant, after a lingering illness, JONATHAN PETERS, Esq., aged 55 years. He was educated at Oxford and intended for the church, but certain incidents at the outset of life checked the current of his expectations. But always redundant with a fine stream of animal spirits, he bore his disappointments and his long sufferings, with consistent fortitude and equanimity. He was a scholar and a gentleman, and while his graceful person and pleasing manners rendered him interesting to all who knew him, he has descended to his tomb, enshrouded in the cordial and genuine sympathies of his numerous friends, who will long cherish the mournful recollection of all his painful endurements. It is, however, a grateful compensation to the many who knew him, that, exempt from the trials and toils of a transient, but troubled scene, he is now happily removed to the bourne of perennial rest and peace.
At St. Austell, on the 20th instant, ANNA, wife of MR. JONATHAN PEDLER, aged 32 years.
At the Town Arms, Camelford, on Sunday last, MARTIN VALENTINE, well known as one of the "cheap John" fraternity. His remains were removed to Plymouth for interment in the Jews' burial ground, as he was one of that persuasion.
At Trenodden, near Liskeard, on Saturday last, RICHARD DOIDGE, Esq., for many years an active magistrate for the county, aged 58 years.
At Liskeard, on the 20th instant, MR. JOHN BURNARD LANGFORD, aged 43 years.
At East Looe, on Tuesday last, SARAH NATTLE [or Nattie], daughter of MR. GRIGG, merchant, aged 13 years.
At Bude, on the 19th instant, after a protracted illness, WILLIAM, only son of MR. WILLIAM SUMPTER, solicitor, aged 10 years.
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