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3 OCTOBER 1845, Friday

At ST.ALLEN, on Wednesday last, Mary, relict of the late Mr. N. GILL, aged 71 years.

At ST, AUSTELL, on Saturday last, Emily, infant daughter of Mr. Richard WILLIAMS, butcher; and on Sunday last, Ellen, infant daughter of Mr. G. THOMAS.

At PENCARROW, near BODMIN, J. B. CARSTAIRS, Esq., father of Lady MOLESWORTH, aged 74 years.

At FOWEY, on Tuesday last, Mr W. PHILLIPS, aged 60 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Sunday last, Mr. Samuel FOX, formally in business at the Quay, aged 71 years.

At CAMBORNE, on Friday last, Richard, son of Mr. R. RULE, grocer, &c., aged 2 years.

At HAYLE, on Friday last, Mrs. Mary SNELL, aged 32 years.

At PHILLACK, on Saturday last, Mr. J. BROAD, aged 37 years.

At WHITE CROSS, in the parish of LUDGVAN, on Friday last, Mr Joseph LOBB, aged 58 years.

At Talland House, near ST.IVES, on the 24th ult., Thomas, second son of Thomas ROSEWALL, Esq., aged 19 years.

At ST.IVES, the wife of Capt. M. DANIEL, aged 57 years; and Thomas RICHARDS, the oldest pilot and fisherman in that place, aged 89 years.

At PENZANCE, on Saturday last, Mr. John HUGH, aged 79 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 24th ult., Mr. John PENBERTHY, who, about a month ago returned from America, after a absence from his native place of about seventeen years, during which he amassed a considerable fortune, the bulk of which he has left to his only brother, Mr Henry PENBERTHY, of the coast-guard service.

At CALCUTTA, in the hospital, Mr. Henry THOMAS, son of Mrs. Susan THOMAS, of FOWEY.

10 OCTOBER 1845, Friday

At Trehaverne House, TRURO, on Saturday last, in the 82 year of her age, Arabella, the beloved wife of the Rev. T. P. GURNEY. She was the only daughter of the Rev. John GURNEY, late Vicar of COLAN and ST. ALLEN, in this county, and sister of the Rev. Samuel GURNEY, late Vicar of ST.ERTH, and Domestic Chaplain to the late Right Hon. Lord De Dunstanville. The deceased was a most affectionate wife for upwards of fifty-nine years, and tender parent, and sincere friend whose memory will long be cherished.

At TRURO, on Saturday last, miss Mary BARRETT, aged 61 years.

At PENRYN, on Saturday last, Mr. John MICHELL, hairdresser, aged 60 years; and on Sunday, Mr. Richard COOK, tomb-stone engraver, &c.

At PENRYN, on Sunday last, Richard, sixth son of Mr. James COOK, mason, aged 24 years.

At MYLOR Vicarage, on the 25th ult., Charlotte EmDia, (Emelia?), fourth daughter of the Rev. Edward HOBLYN, Vicar.

At FALMOUTH, on Friday last, after an illness of only two days, in the 62nd year of his age, Mr Daniel BRAILEY, for many years Master in the Post Office and Naval Packets at that port.

At CAMBORNE, on the 29th ult., the wife of Mr. Edward VINE, of LONDON, and daughter of Mr. TUCK, builder, &c., aged 24 years.

At ST. IVES, the wife of Mr. VINE, aged 75 years.

At MARAZION, on Sunday last, Mr. John MORRIS, aged 73 years.

At PENZANCE, on Saturday last, Sarah, second daughter of the late John LUKE, Esq., brewer, aged 56 years; and on Tuesday, Mr. George GUY, aged 66 years.

At POLPERRO, in the parish of ST. ERME, on Sunday last, Francis John Thomas, infant son of Mr. William REED.

At TREGONY, William Henry, son of Mr. Samuel HARVEY, yeoman, aged 18 years.

At TREZOYER, in the parish FOWEY, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. William MILLETT, aged 34 years.

At WEST LOOE, Mr. Charles MALLET, aged 87 years, the last of the old freemen of that ancient borough.

At ROCHE, last week Mr. Christopher STEPHENS, school-master, aged 48 years.

At BODMIN, on Sunday at the house of her father, Mr. PEARCE, the wife of Mr. JAGO, conveyancer, of ST. AUSTELL, aged 47 years.

At TAVISTOCK, on Saturday last, Mr James WESTAWAY, late druggist, aged 63 years.

17 OCTOBER 1845, Friday

At ROSEWIN, TRURO, on Saturday last, after a short and painful illness, borne with meekness and patience, Mary, the fifth beloved daughter of Lieut. HUGH, late of PENWARNE, aged 12 (?) years. Her death will belong and severely felt by her afflicted and sorrowing family and relatives.

At FALMOUTH, on Saturday last, Daniel, third son of Mr. GOAD, shoemaker, aged 19 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Wednesday last, after a long and painful illness, the wife of Mr. J. HAWKE, baker, aged 45 years.

At COLVENOR, in the parish of CURY, on Sunday last, after a lingering affliction, which he bore with christian patience, fortitude, and resignation, Mr. N. H. RANDLE, aged 20 years.

At CURY, on the 8th instant, Mr. James SKEWES, aged 59 years.

At HELSTON, on the 8th instant, suddenly, Mr. John MARSHALL, aged 65 years.

At HELSTON, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. Wm. JOHNS, land-surveyor, aged 37 years; Miss Elizabeth WILLS, aged 60 years; and the wife Mr. Robert EADE, builder, after a lingering illness, aged 52 years.

At STYTHIANS, lately, Mr. Henry JENKIN, formally a respectable farmer of WENDRON and St. CLEMENT'S, aged 85 years.

At CHARLESTOWN, on the 9th instant, Charles, son of Mr. WOOD, of the Charlestown iron works, aged 3 years; and on Saturday last, John, son of Mr. NICHOLLS, of the Charlestown naphtha works, aged 5 years.

At ST AUSTELL, on the 9th instant, the infant son of Mr. F. ROSEVEAR.

At PADSTOW, on the 3rd instant, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Miss Polly HORSEWELL, aged 62 years.

At LOSTWITHIEL, on Tuesday last, Mrs. PROVERT, mother of Mr. PROVERT, postmaster, aged 74 years.

At LISKEARD, on the 5th instant, Mrs. MARKS, relict of the late Mr. Andrew MARKS, one of the Town Council.

At BODMIN, on Monday last, the Rev. W. H. MULES, Wesleyan Association Minister, aged 34 years.

At LAUNCESTON, on Friday last, the infant son of William HUGHES, Esq.

At TORPOINT, on the 4th instant, Miss Elizabeth HARDIE, lately of Mulgrave-place, PLYMOUTH.

At SALTASH, on the 7th instant, Joseph, son of Mr. Joseph MOON, of LISKEARD, aged 17 years.

At NEWQUAY, TAVISTOCK, on the 5th instant, in the 27th year of her age, Sarah, wife of Mr.C. WILLS, jun.

At his residence, BRIGHTON, on Saturday last, Sir Charles ROWLEY, Bart., G. C. B., admiral of the white at an advanced age.

At Glynvelyn Cottage, near NEATH, on the 3rd instant, of an affection of the heart, aged 58 years, Miss Julia PRICE, sister of Joseph T. PRICE, Esq., of Neath Abbey, and a highly- esteemed Minister of the Society of Friends.

24 OCTOBER 1845, Friday

At TRURO, on Sunday last, Ellen youngest daughter of Mr. William ROWE, constable, aged 17 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Friday last, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. FURSE, Louisa Josephine, eldest of Lieut. Colonel W. H. SLEEMAN, of the Bengal army, aged 10 years.

At HELSTON, on the 15th instant, after a long and painful illness, Maria the beloved wife of Mr. Robert CADE, aged 49 years.

At CHACEWATER, on Friday last, Matthew MOYLE, Esq., at the advanced of 98 years.

At Foundry Hill, HAYLE, on the 15th instant, Maria, second daughter of Lieut. John HUTHUANCE, aged 26 years.

At MARAZION, on Saturday last, the eldest daughter of Mr. William MICHELL, aged 3 years.

At CHYANDOUR, near PENZANCE, on the 16th instant, Mr. Thomas PELLEW, who was in the engagement of the "glorious first of June," on board the Admiral's ship, the "Queen Charlotte," aged 74 years.

At ST.ERTH Church-town, on Monday last, aged 16 years, Eliza, only daughter of Mr. Richard PENBERTHY, greatly respected by all who knew her.

At TREGATHENAN, in the parish of SITHNEY, on Friday last, Mr John Creig REED, aged 16 years.

At MOUSEHOLE, on the 16th instant, suddenly, Mr. John St.Day PENTREATH, AGED 61 YEARS.

At ST.MAWES, on the 16th instant, Lieut. E. T. HARRRIS, R.N., of the Coast Guard at that station. He was accompanied to the churchyard at ST.JUST, on Tuesday last, by the officers and men of the Preventive Service in that district, with the Inspecting Commander at their head, who, paid the usual funeral honours and discharged three customary volleys over his grave. This appropriate tribute to his past conduct in the service, was respectfully intended, and, by him, well deserved. But the best honour that awaited him was, the sympathy and esteem which was manifested towards him, by the universal feeling of the crowd that followed him. The entire population with one heart, and voice, testified their regard for his many virtues, by following his bier, and expressing their sincere regret for his loss. The Rector and Curate of ST.JUST, with the Rev. T. WILDBORE, and the ministers of the different congregations in the neighbourhood, attended on the mournful and exciting occasion.

At CARDYNBAM, near BODMIN, on the 19th instant, Mr. John KITT, aged 85 years.

At BUDE, on Friday last, the wife of G. CASEBOURNE, Esq., aged 38 years.

At POUGHILL, on Monday last, Miss Mary WILLIAMS, aged 25 years.

At BOHETHERICK, in the parish of SAINT DOMINIC, on Monday last, Mrs. Charlotte COWL, aged 88 years.

At TREVIGRO, in the parish of SOUTHHILL, on the Saturday last, Mr. Thomas VOSPER, aged 82 years.

At WEEK ST.MARY, Mary, relict of the late Rev. J. KINGDON, Rector of Marhamchurch, aged 75 years.

At the Swiss Cottage, ENDSLEIGH, near TAVISTOCK, on the 16th instant, aged 59 years, William BURLEIGH, the kitchen-gardener, of that establishment for the long period of 30 years.

31 OCTOBER 1845, Friday

At Woodlane Terrace, FALMOUTH, on Friday last, aged 67 years, Mrs. FENWICK, relict of Lieut. Colonel FENWICK, late Lieut. Governor of Pendennis Castle. By her death, the poor of the neighbourhood have lost a good friend, and the various local benevolent institutions, a warm a generous supporter.

At CAMBORNE, on Sunday last, Mr. Benjamin DENNIS, farmer, aged 72 years.

At ST.IVES, on the 24th instant, the infant daughter of Capt, T. Brooking WILLIAMS.

At LELANT, on the 22nd instant, Mrs. Agnes PEARCE, at the advance age of 89 years.

At ST.ERTH, on Friday last, Miss Nancy JACKS, aged 40 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 22nd instant, Jane, relict of Mr. Wm. TRYTHALL, formally an innkeeper in that town, Aged 86 years; and Friday last, Capt John LOVE, aged 50 years.

At TYWARDREATH, on the 22nd instant, John PEARCE, Esq., aged 67 years.

At LITTLE PETHERICK, on the 23rd instant, Mr. Thomas OSBORNE, aged 63 years.

At BATH, on the 14th instant, deeply regretted, Anne, the beloved and affectionate wife, of the Rev. William JAY.

At NEWMARKET, on the 23rd instant, Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. John POWELL, of the King's Arms Hotel, PENRYN, aged 13 years.


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