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1 SEPTEMBER 1848, Friday

At FALMOUTH, on Tuesday last, Richard, son of Capt. ROSKRUGE, late of BARBADOES in the WEST INDIES, to Amey, third daughter of Mr. P. CALF, of the coast guard, PORTHALLOW.

At the Registrar's office, REDRUTH, on the 24th ult., Mr. Charles BARNETT, to Miss Rebecca BARNETT, both of GWENNAP.

At CAMBORNE, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. HOCKING to Miss Ann JEWEL; and on Monday, Mr. Charles RULE to Emma, youngest daughter of Mr. Henry DOVEY.

At ST. ERTH, on Saturday last, Mr. John HOSKING, engineer, to Miss Mary Ann KEVERNE, both of that place.

At ST. HILARY, on the 24th ult., Mr. William MILLETT, to Miss Lydia RICHARDS, both of MARAZION.

At MADRON, on the 24th ult., Mr. Richard WHITE, schoolmaster, of GULVAL, to Emily, daughter of Mr. Henry VINGOE, builder, PENZANCE.

At ST. MARY'S, SCILLY, on Friday last, Mr. Thomas LEGG, to Miss Nancy WOOD.

At ST. COLUMB MINOR, on the 24th ult., Mr. Robert MANHIRE, of St. ENODER, to Miss E. HICKS, of NEWQUAY.

At CRANTOCK, on Saturday last, Mr. Richard ROWE, to Miss ROWE, both of that parish.

At PLYMOUTH, on the 24th ult., George BOOTH, second son of Mr. EYRE, of TRURO, to Emma Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. SOUTHWOOD, butcher, PLYMOUTH.

At TAVISTOCK, on the 16th ult., Mr. William GENDLE, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. John SECCOMBE.

At ST. BOTOLPH'S, LONDON, on Monday last, Mr. W. A. PEARCE, eldest son of Mr. Joseph PEARCE, of TRURO, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James CRABB, of Lombard Street.

8 SEPTEMBER 1848, Friday

At TREWENNACK, near HELSTON, on Friday last, Joan???, relict of the late Mr. William PENBERTHY, aged 67 years.

At CAMBORNE, on the 30th ult., Mr. James GRIBBLE, aged 58 years; on Friday, the infant daughter of Mr. Stephen RULE, and Mrs. Mary PROUSE, aged 77 years; and on Saturday, Mr. John EDMONDS, aged 87 years.

At GWINEAR, on Sunday last, Miss Elizabeth LIBBY, aged 27 years; and the infant son of Mr. Henry ROGERS.

At HAYLE, on Sunday last, the infant daughter of Mr. John CHINN.

At PERRANUTHNOE CHURCH-TOWN, on Saturday last, Mr. Henry LAITY, aged 74 years.

At MARAZION, on Wednesday last, Mr. John PEARCE, aged 68 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 30th ult., Francis LOVETT, fourth son of Mr. VINER, organist, aged 19 years; and on Saturday last, Richard, second son of Mr. BARNES, of REGENT HOUSE, aged 12 years.

At BODMIN, last week, Mrs. SINCOCK, aged 60 years; and on Wednesday last, Mr. Edmund HARRY, surgeon, aged 34 years.

At FLEXBURY, near BUDE, on Sunday last, Ann, wife of Thomas CARNSEW, Esq.

At MAYROSE COTTAGE, near CAMELFORD, on Monday last, Mrs. Grace POPE, aged 87 years.

At LAUNCESTON, on Sunday last, much regretted by a numerous circle of acquaintance, Mr. J. PHILLIPS, miller, aged 59 years.

At MILTON ABBOT, on the 31st ult., Mr. PROUT, grocer, aged 66 years.

At EXETER, on the 31st ult., Mary, relict of the late Mr. Thomas FLINDELL, of that city, aged 77 years.

At COURT HOUSE, MILVERTON, SOMERSET, George Lewellin CROSS, Esq., aged 83 years.

At RICHMOND, SURREY, on the 30th ult., Ellen, second daughter of the late Sir John MORSHEAD, Bart., formerly of TRENANT PARK, in this country.

15 SEPTEMBER 1848, Friday

At TRURO, on Friday last, James, son of Mr. John BATTERSHILL, aged 3 years.

At GUNWALLOE, on the 7th instant, Mr. Thomas OPPY, aged 17 years.

At HAYLE, on Tuesday last, Mr. Enoch MCHELL, aged 75 years.

At GWINEAR, on Tuesday last, the infant son of Mr. William HOCKEN.

At GOLDSITHNEY, on Tuesday last, Capt. Richard TREGONING, aged 60 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 6th instant, Samuel, son of Mr Philip CARNE, aged 7 years; and the wife of Mr. Richard CARPENTER, aged 55 years; on the 7th, Mrs. Elizabeth TROUNCE, aged 64 years; and on Friday last, Miss PAUL, aged 76 years.

At TREREIFE, in the parish of MADRON, on the 7th instant, John, only son of Mr. John KEMPE, aged 2 years.

At NANSLADRON, near ST. AUSTELL, the wife of Mr. Richard RUNDLE.

At ST. AUSTELL, on Friday last, Mr. J. T. MAY, aged 25 years.
At TREGAMEER, in ST. COLUMB MAJOR, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. Thomas HICKS, aged 57 years.

At ST. COLUMBE, on Sunday last, Mr. William BROWN, sen., aged 78 years.

At LISKEARD, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. HONEY, butcher, aged 42 years.

At TREBYAN, in this county, on Monday last, after a protracted and painful illness, Judith Catherine, the beloved wife of Lieut. Neville NORWAY, aged 32 years.

At BUDE, on the 7th instant, Ann, daughter of Mr. Richard BEVAN, aged 38 years.

At LONGCARN COTTAGE, near CAMELFORD, on the 6th instant, the wife of Mr. John MALE, aged 75 years.

At PLYMOUTH, on the 5th instant, John WILLIAMS, Esq., formerly agent at Virtuous Lady Mine, near TAVISTOCK.

At TAVISTOCK, on the 3rd instant, Mr. Ty[e]th BOUNSELL, (late Pearce and Bounsell, ironmongers, & c.), aged 26 years.

At LIVERPOOL, on the 4th instant, Mr. George Bernard MATHEWS, son of Capt. B. R. MATHEWS, late Commander of the "Great Western" steamer, aged 20 years.

At SHENSTON VILLA, ST. JOHN'S WOOD, LONDON, on the 3rd instant, Lionel Granville ELIOT, only son of Lionel Duckett ELIOT, Esq., aged 23 years.

At BELGAUM, on the 12th of July last, the Rev. Claudius SANDYS, Chaplain in the H. E. I. C. S., and son of the late Colonel SANDYS, of LANARTH, in this county, aged 42 years.

22 SEPTEMBER 1848, Friday

At TRURO, on Saturday last, David, youngest son of Mr. Richard JEFFREE, engineer, of CAMBORNE, aged 22 years.

At TRURO, on Tuesday last, Mr. William WHYKES, china and earthenware dealer, aged 40 years.

At SCAWAWATER, near TRURO, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, and much beloved and respected by all who knew her, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. T. P. BULLEN, aged 37 years.

At ST. AGNES, on the 13th instant, the wife of Mr. Peter JONES, carpenter, aged 40 years.

At FALMOUTH, on Friday last, Miss M. S. WESTCOTT, aged 19 years; and on Tuesday, the infant daughter of Mr. FRANCIS.

At HELSTON, on monday last, Henry, eldest son of Mr. C. READ, draper, aged 22 years.

At GUILDFORD, near HAYLE, on Saturday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Joseph ROWE, millwright.

At ST. IVES, on Saturday last, Mr. Lewis HODGE, aged 76 years; the infant daughter of Mr. W. D. CHELLEW; and Miss Grace LANDER, aged 22 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 13th instant, the infant son of Capt. Richard PHILLIPS, jun.

At PENZANCE, on Sunday last, Mrs. Mary STEPHENS, aged 63 years; and on Monday, the wife of Mr. James JENNINGS, aged 42 years.

At PORT LOE, on Monday last, Mr. Robert DUNSTAN.

At ST. MINVER, on Sunday last, the wife of Capt. John BREWER, and eldest daughter of Mr. John RANDALL, of TREWINT, in the same parish, aged 37 years.

At BODMIN, on Wednesday last, Nicholas STEVENS, Esq., aged 76 years.

At Harmony Cottage, ST. WINNOW, on the 14th instant, Mr. CURTEYS, aged 71 years.

At CORNEAL, in the parish of ST. DOMINIC, on Sunday last, Mr. William MITCHELL, aged 51 years.

At CHATHAM, on the 11th instant, Hannah, daughter of the Rev. John DAVIS, of LIVERPOOL, aged 28 years.

At BRIGHTON, on the 14th instant, Anna Maria, third daughter of J. W. FRESHFIELD, Esq., of MOOR PLACE, BETCHWORTH, SURREY.

At CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, on the 27th of July, Jane, wife of the Rev. Joseph TOY, aged 46 years; she was a native of FALMOUTH, in this county, and resided for some time in CAMBORNE.

29 SEPTEMBER 1848, Friday

At BRISTOL, on the 21st instant, suddenly, Mr. John FERRIS, of TRURO, tanner, &c., aged 54 years; he was much and worthily esteemed and respected through life, and his death is deeply regretted by many sincere and valued friends, and deplored as an irreparable loss by his sorrowing family.

At TREGEW, near FLUSHING, on the 17th instant, aged 69 years, Mrs. R. PETER, relict of the late lamented Capt. R. PETER, R. N., of the "Opossum" packet, on the FALMOUTH station, and youngest sister of the late John Penhallow PETERS, Esq., of CRIGMURRIAN.

At ST. AGNES, on Friday last, Capt. Anthony WILLIAMS, aged 70 years.

At ROSEMUNDY, ST. AGNES, on Saturday last, Mrs. COTESWORTH, aged 93 years; she retained her faculties to the last, and is deeply lamented by a numerous family.

At GUALAVELLAN, in the parish of CAMBORNE, on Monday last, Susan, youngest daughter of Mr. Wm. TRERICE, farmer, aged 19 years.

At ST. IVES, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. FREEMAN, aged 31 years; and on Monday, Capt. William WEARNE, aged 50 years.

At PENZANCE, on the 21st instant, Mrs. Prudence NOY, aged 47 years; and Mrs. Elizabeth WALLIS, aged 42 years; and on Saturday, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Joseph POMEROY, aged 50 years.

At PENZANCE, on Friday last, Emily, aged 2 years, and on Saturday, Robert, aged 4 years, children of Mr. BLIGHT, schoolmaster.

At TREVELYAN, in the parish of LUXULYAN, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary UDY, aged 82 years.

At ST. AUSTELL, on the 21st instant, Mr. Richard WHITE, aged 84 years; and on Monday last, Mr. Wm. LUKIS, aged 88 years.

At PENHALE, in the parish of TYWARDREATH, on the 16th instant, Mary, only daughter of Mr. Edward PARSONS, aged 25 years.

At KILLGOGUE, in the parish of TYWARDREATH, on the 19th instant, Jane, wife of Mr. SOBYE, aged 60 years.

At ST. LAWRENCE, near BODMIN, on Friday last, Mr. W. GRIFFIN, aged 72 years.

At WADEBRIDGE, on Saturday last, Edward LUXMOORE, Esq., solicitor.

At CAMELFORD, on the 21st instant, Mr. Richard CHENOWETH, aged 87 years.

At CALLINGTON, on Saturday last, Catherine, wife of Mr. John WENMOUTH, aged 52 years.

At St. Mary Church, TORQUAY, on the 19th instant, Mr. WOODLEY, for many years proprietor of the marble works at that place, aged 79 years.

In LONDON, on the 20th instant, N. M. BUCKETT, Esq., Collector of H. M. Customs, KIRKCALDY, and formerly of FALMOUTH, aged 64 years.

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