cornwall england newspaper


1845 DEATHS

DECEMBER



5 DECEMBER 1845, Friday


At TRURO, on Saturday last, Jean Eliza, wife of the Rev. Elias Helton TUCKETT, Baptist Minister, aged 29 years. At LITTLE FALMOUTH, Ann relic of the late Richard SYMONS, Esq.

At FALMOUTH, on the 26th ult., Mr. Rd. PASCOE, aged 90 years.

At TREWINCE, in the parish of ST. ANTHONY in MENEAGE, on Friday last, Mr James RICHARDS, aged 37 years.

At BREAGE, on the 22nd,ultimo, Mr Robert SYMONS, yeoman, aged 89 years. He joined the Wesleyan Methodists about 70 years ago, and, after a consistent life, died in peace.

At the Post-office, REDRUTH, on Wednesday last, suddenly, of apoplexy, Mr Thomas MICHELL, aged 41 years.

At TRELOWETH, in the parish of ST.ERTH, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Ann MICHELL, aged 59 years.

At ST.ERTH Church-town, on Tuesday last, the infant son of Mr. James WHITE.

At ST.IVES, on Saturday last, after a few days' illness, Daniel BAMFIELD, Esq., aged 89 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 27th ult., Maria, WIFE OF Mr. HEMMINGS, druggist.

At TRUAN VEAN, in the parish of ST. MEWAN, on Saturday last, Mr James ANDREW, aged 75 years.

At BUDE, on the 27th ultimo, Mr. John EARL, aged 2(?) years.

At TAVISTOCK, on the 21st ult., Mrs. TONKIN, aged 36 years.

At TETCOTT, DEVON, on the 26th ultimo, Mr Francis CHAPPLE.

At SCILLY, on the 15th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth LEMON, widow of the late Samuel LEMON, Esq., Collector of Customs, aged 72 years.

At his residence, No. 4 Palace Street, PIMLICO, LONDON, on Tuesday last, Mr. William TRAHAR, sen., formally of TRURO, aged 64 years.


12 DECEMBER 1845, Friday


At TRURO, on the 11th instant, after a lingering illness, Robert, eldest son of the late Mr. Robert MICHELL, jun., aged 18 years.

At PENRYN, on the 4th instant, Mr. John STONA, aged 63 years.

At TRELUSWELL, in the parish of ST. GLUVIAS, on the 4th inst., Mr. Wm. ROWE, yeoman, aged 60 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Tuesday last, Mr. Joseph ROWE, for many years a respectable butcher in that town, aged 68 years.

At BREAGE, on Sunday last, Anne, wife of Mr. T. TROUNCE, aged 60 years. At HAYLE, on Sunday last, Mr Wm. GOODMAN, shipwright, aged 75 years; and Mrs. GOODMAN, aged 71 years.

At ST.IVES, on Saturday last, Mr. Peter LANGFORD, aged 74 years.

At ST.JUST in PENWITH, on Wednesday last, Mr. Edward WILLIAMS, jun., aged 22 years.

At ST.MAWES, on the 28th ult., aged 69 years, Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Nicholas SYMONS, Esq., of that place. The intellectual qualities of this respected gentlewoman rendered her admired and valued by a numerous circle of friends whose regret for her loss can alone be compensated by the consideration that she descended to her tomb enshrined in the bright hopes and promises of a cherished and cultivated Christianity.

At CALLINGTON, on Saturday last, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. Samuel JOHNS, aged 79 years.

At ST. STEPHENS in BRANWELL, on Tuesday last, the wife of Mr. A. YELLAND, innkeeper, aged 32 years.

At DULOE, on the 4th instant, Mary, wife of the Rev. Robert SCOTT, rector of DULOE, and Prebendary of EXETER.

At South-Hill Cottage, STOKE, on Saturday last, Margaretta, wife of J. R. MAY, Esq., and eldest daughter of Jonathan RAMSEY, Esq., of Penlee Crescent, aged 40 years.


19 DECEMBER 1845, Friday


At TRURO, on Tuesday last, Charles, second son of Mr. COLLIVER, hatter, aged 31/2 Years.

At TRURO, on the 18th instant, Emily Jane, infant daughter of Mr James R. ROUSE.

At TRENCREEK, in the parish of CREED, on the 11th instant, Peggy, eldest daughter of Mr. R. TRUSCOTT, aged 10 years.

At Ashfield Cottage, near FALMOUTH, on Tuesday last, in her 83rd year, Ann, widow of the late John TIPPET, Esq., of GEAR, in this county.

At GREEN BANK, FALMOUTH, on Saturday last, Mary, relict of the late William Gregory, Esq., aged 78 years.

At ST.IVES, on Sunday last, Mr Wm. NOALL, aged 60 years.

At HAYLE, on Friday last, Capt Wm. SPRAY, aged 62 years.

At ST.ERTH, CHURCH-TOWN, on Monday last, Mr. John RODDA, aged 77 years.

At TREGORRICK, in the parish of ST.AUSTELL, on Friday last, Mrs. Grace DALLY, aged 66 years.

At ST.AUSTELL, on Saturday last, Mary, the wife of Mr. Wm. JACOBS, aged 63 years.

At WASHAWAY, near BODMIN, on Monday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John GREENWOOD, aged 51 years, greatly lamented by her family and friends.

At LITTLE COLAN, on Friday last, Mrs. GLANVILLE, wife of Mr. Thomas GLANVILLE, aged 80 years.

At ST.STEPHENS in BRANWELL, on Friday last, the infant daughter of Mr. A. YELLAND.

At NEWHALL, in the parish of ST.TEATH, on Friday last, Miss Ann SYMONS, aged 81 years.

At HARROWBARROW, in the parish of CALSTOCK, Mrs. Mary KNOTT, aged 53 years.

At ASHBURTON, on Friday last, Herbert Fisher, eldest son of the Rev. Wm. MARSH, vicar of Ashburton, aged 19 years.

At GOODAMOOR, DEVON, on the 7th instant, aged 83 years, Letitia Ann TREBY, widow of the late Paul Treby TREBY, Esq., and Daughter of Sir Wm. TRELAWAY, Bart. formally Governor of the island of JAMAICA.


26 DECEMBER 1845, Friday


At TRURO, on Friday last, the infant son of Mr. DAVIES, master of the British schools.

At TRURO, on Saturday last, Mrs. HEARLE, aged 73 years.

At TRURO, on Monday last, Sarah, relict of Mr. Richard ROSENCE, of SANCREED, near PENZANCE, aged 77 years.

At TRURO, on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, James youngest son of Mr. WOTTON, aged 19 years; who closed his short earthly pilgrimage in the confident hope of a blissful immortality.

At PENRYN, on Saturday last, Mr. Frederick ROGERS, schoolmaster, aged 45 years, much respected and lamented.

At PRAZ-AN-BEEBLE, on Saturday last, Mrs. Elizabeth BURRALL, aged 95 years.

At GEAR, in the parish of GULVAL, on Wednesday last, Mr. ROBERTS, aged 90 years.

At HAYLE, on Friday last, Capt. Wm. SPRAY, AGED 62 YEARS.

At MARAZION, on Wednesday last, Mr. John OATS.

At PENZANCE, on Friday last, Capt. L. LOVE, aged 81 years.

At ST.AUSTELL, on Friday last, Miss Annette COLWELL, aged 16 years; and on Saturday last, John, son of Mr. COPE, wool-comber, aged 4 years.

At WADEBRIDGE, on the 14th instant, Mr. Thomas PHILIP, officer of excise, late of CRODITON, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends.

At CAMELFORD, on Friday last, Mr. James PEARCE, aged 56 years. At CALLINGTON, on the 18th instant, Unity, relict of the late Captain John Knill KINSMAN, R.N.

At Cothele House, near CALLINGTON, on Sunday last, Mrs. BRIGHTON, for many years housekeeper at that place.

At Cranmer Terrace, NORTH BRIXTON, on the 18th instant, Mr. Richard LOBB, of SOUTH PETHERWIN, aged 48 years.

At FALMOUTH, in the Island of JAMAICA, on the 13th ult., the Rev. William KNIBB, who for more than twenty years laboured with great success as a Baptist Missionary in that Island, and distinguished himself by his uncompromising zeal in the cause of Negro emancipation.


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