cornwall england newspaper
5 OCTOBER 1849, Friday
At Penryn, on Sunday last, the wife of Mr. T. WHITEHORN, printer, aged 58 years; and Mr. Edward ODGERS, painter, aged 42 years; and on Monday Mrs. WOOLCOCK, aged 67 years.
At Laity, near Camborne, on the 24th ult., Mr. John BENNETTS, aged 52 years.
At Hayle, on the 25th ult., Mr. John STEVENS, aged 75 years.
At Gwithian, on Sunday last, John, son of Mr. John HARRIS, aged 2 years.
At Penzance, on the 26th ult., the wife of the Rev. J. FOXELL.
At Madron, on the 26th ult., Mr. Tobias REED, aged 65 years.
At St. Just in Penwith, on Sunday last, Mrs. OATS, aged 75 years.
At St. Mary's Scilly, on the 26th ult., Mrs. TREWEEKE, late of old town.
At Ladock, on Friday last, much respected,
Rachel, relict of the late Mr. Richard PENROSE.
At St. Columb, on Sunday last, Miss Martha WARNE, at an advanced age.
At St. Austell, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. Henry KELLY, mason, aged 61 years.
At Bodmin, on Friday last, after a long illness, Mary, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Nicholas PHILLIPPS, Rector of Lanivet.
At Lostwithiel, on the 27th ult., Thomas Blackmore, youngest son of John William COLENSO, Esq., aged 26 years.
At Linkinhorne, on the 20th ult., Capt. Thomas TRELEASE, agent at West Caradon Mine, and formerly of Gwennap, aged 61 years.
At Callington, on Friday last, Mr. Stephen PETHICK, carrier, aged 60 years.
At Launceston, on Monday last, Louisa, relict of the late F. S. FROOM Esq., and daughter of the Rev. Edward BAYNES, late Rector of Week St. Mary, aged 45 years.
At Stoke, on the 27th ult., Walter Pomeroy BLACKMORE, Esq., Solicitor, of Devonport, one of the Aldermen and formerly Mayor of that borough.
At Okehampton, Devon, on the 27th ult., Grace, relict of the late Mr. Richard PETER, saddler, of Callington. The deceased has held the office of postmistress at Callington for several years.
At Umballah, in the East Indies, on the 18th of July last, aged 25 years, Lieut. Francis GILBERT, second son of the late Capt. Edmund GILBERT, R. N., under the following melancholy circumstances. He was on duty at Umballah, and in endeavouring to extinguish a fire which had broken out in some of the Seapoy's huts, his foot slipped, and he fell upright into the flames. He was soon taken out in a stste of insensibility, but died in a few minutes. The deceased was a very promising young officer, and much regretted by his brother officers. He was aide-de-camp to his uncle, Sir Walter Raleigh GILBERT, and was present with him in most of the battles of the Punjab.
At Madras, E. I., on the 26th of July last, after a long and severe illness, Joseph APPLETON, Esq., M.D., aged 32 years. His loss is deeply regretted by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
12 OCTOBER 1849, Friday
At Truro, on the 2nd instant, John, son of Mr. Digory WROATH, aged 13 years; on the 3rd, George, son of Mr. HEARN, grocer, aged 4 years; on the 4th, Mr. W. COLENSO, mason, aged 70 years; On Friday last, Mr. Richard Ivey HOCKING, a member of the Society of Friends, aged 49 years; on Sunday, Mr. Joseph GREENWOOD, aged 34 years; and on Tuesday last, Harriet, daughter of Mr. Z. ANDREW, aged 5 years.
At Falmouth, on Friday last, Mr. PADDON, for many years overseer with Mr. T. P. DIXON, printer.
At Portreath, on the 2nd instant, Mr. W. CROTHERS, aged 27 years.
At St. Ives, John, son of Mr. Hugh SISLEY, aged 24 years.
At Penzance, on Tuesday last, Mary GRENFELL, relict of J. J. BORLASE, Esq., late of Truro.
At Penzance, on the 27th ult., Mr. Patrick ROACHE, aged 52 years; on the 28th, Mr. Henry BARBYN, aged 60 years; and on Saturday last, Mr. Richard EVA, cabinet maker, aged 24 years; and Mrs. GLUYAS, aged 90 years.
At St. Mary's Scilly, on the 1st instant, Mr. Alexander TRISTRAM, late master of the "Agnes," aged 41 years.
At St. Austell, on the 4th instant, from spasmodic cholera, after a few hours of intense physical suffering, Mr. Thomas BELL, principal manager of the Great Polgooth Tin Mine. This gentleman, we conceive, requires some further notice than a mere obituary register. His loss, we fear, will be severely felt by the industrial mining population of his district. He was the means of the restoration of the Great Polgooth Mines, after being wholly abandoned by their former proprietary. These tin mines are now the most productive in the county, and employ about a thousand individuals. Mr. BELL possessed a strong and vigorous intellect, undaunted nerve, and unflinching perseverance; and in spite of the most insuperable obstacles thrown in his way, by disappointed and interested parties, he was signally sucessful in developing not only the metallic treasures of the above ancient mine, but if life had been spared, there is little doubt he would still further have thrown open the capabilities of the splendid mineral and mining district of St. Austell. It is too often the case that many of our sucessful mining, railway, and manufacturing magnates assume personal hauteur, or aristocratical reserve towards their less fortunate companions or dependents. Such was not Mr. BELL's character; he never divested himself of his natural, open-hearted freedom, and agreeable suavity of manners. He was, we believe, a native of the great northern border county of Northumberland, and in early life practically informed himself of some of its varied mining and mineral resources.
At Liskeard, on Wednesday last, Mr. Wm. HOCKETT, grocer.
At Tideford, in the parish of St. Germans, on Wednesday last, Mr. James SANSOM, a member of the Society of Friends, aged 74 years.
At Wadebridge, on the 7th instant, where he arrived on the previous evening on a visit to his brother-in-law, Mr. John ROWE, of Torlevan, in the parish of Sithney, aged 43 years.
At Wadebridge, on the 28th ult., Mr. William PAYNTER, formerly of Perlees, in the parish of St. Breock.
At Padstow, last week, Mr. Richard AVERY, aged 83 years.
At the Parsonage, Zeal Monachorum, Caroline Matilda, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas ROBYNS, vicar of Marystow, Devon.
At Torquay, on the 3rd instant, Gertrude BULLER, relict of the late Vice Admiral Sir Edward BULLER, Bart., and daughter of the late Col. Van CORTLANDT.
19 OCTOBER 1849, Friday
At Truro, on Tuesday last, James, infant son of Mr. H. LOWRY.
At Helston, on Friday last, Mrs. WALLAND, aged 50 years.
At Gwithian, on the 11th instant, Mrs. Clarinda RICH, aged 77 years.
At St. Ives, on Sunday last, Miss Mary BERRIMAN, aged 43 years.
At Penzance, on Tuesday last, after a short illness, Mr. Richard BARNES, aged 41 years.
At Penzance, on Wednesday last, Sophia Agnes, third daughter of Mr. J. B. MERIFIELD, aged 11 years.
At Canonstown, in the parish of Ludgvan, on the 11th instant, Mr. Samuel MICHELL, aged 52 years.
At St. Mary's Scilly, on the 11th instant, the wife of Captain George CHAMPION, aged 27 years.
At Newlyn East, on the 5th instant, much respected, Mr. William PARKS, aged 27 years.
At Par, on the 11th instant, Mr. John TREGASKIS, malster, aged 52 years.
At Bude, on the 7th instant, Elizabeth, wife of the late Dr. BREDALL, of Tavistock, aged 67 years; and on Friday last, the infant son of Mr. G. BARRETT.
At Lunstone, near Stratton, Fanny, infant daughter of Mr. UGLOW.
At Plymouth, on the 8th instant, Mr. BUTCHER, for many years of the Prince George Hotel, Stonehouse, aged 68 years.
At Torquay, on the 6th instant, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thomas WOLFINDEN, of the London Hotel, aged 45 years.
At Hadley Hurst, near Barnet, on Saturday last, Gertrude Martha, relict of the late Sir William GOSSET, and second daughter of the late Ralph Allen DANIELL, Esq., of Trelissick, in this county.
At Saulnah, in the East Indies, of cholera, in the 44th year of his age, after a distinguished and sucessful career of twenty years in the medical service, civil and military, of the East India Company, George Evans EDGCOME, Esq., surgeon of the 5th Madras Light Cavalry, and only son of William EDGCOME, Esq., of Penryn, in this county.
26 OCTOBER 1849, Friday
At Truro, on Wednesday last, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. James OATES, builder, aged 79 years.
At Helston, lately, Miss Ann WILLIAMS, aged 18 years.
At Falmouth, on Monday last, Sophia, wife of Mr. William RYAN, and fourth daughter of the late Francis NOBLE, Esq., of Fordham Abbey, Cambridgeshire.
At Cury, on the 18th instant, Miss Mary JOHN, formerly of Helston, aged 72 years.
At Grade, Mr. Ralph WILLIAMS, aged 31 years.
At Hayle, on Monday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Joseph BOWDEN.
At Hea, near Penzance, on Friday last, Mr. James FROOD, late Supervisor of Excise, aged 80 years.
At Crantock, Miss Ann DELBRIDGE, aged 46 years.
At Newquay, the infant daughter of Mr. THOMAS.
At St. Mawes, on Friday last, Mr. H. H. LOWRY, for many years the town crier.
At Menna, in the parish of Ladock, on Friday last, Eliza, only daughter of Mr. WARD, yeoman, aged 27 years.
At St. Austell, on Wednesday last, Ann, widow of the late Mr. W. ROSEVEAR, baker, aged 70 years.
At Tywardreath, on the 13th instant, Mrs. KINGDON, sister of the late Mr. Samuel DREW, aged 81 years.
At Polruan, near Fowey, Mr. William LEAN, aged 72 years.
At Lostwithiel, on the 18th instant, Mr. Joseph PHILP, at an advanced age; and John, second son of Mr. SKELTON, aged 21 years.
At Lunstone, near Bude, on the 18th instant, Susan, second daughter of Mr. James BICKFORD, aged 22 years.
At Darley Chapel, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary DINGLE, relict of the late Mr. Richard Hawke DINGLE, of Darley, in the parish of Linkinhorne, aged 84 years. She was left a widow in the year 1807 with nine children, all of whom survive to lament the loss of a most affectionate mother.
At Trewarmer, in the parish of Tintagel, on the 18th instant, Mr. William MAY, innkeeper, aged 66 years.
At Norton, in the parish of Stokeclimsland,on the 17th instant, Mr. Charles PALMAR, yeoman, aged (?67) years.
At Stratton, on the 11th instant, William, only son of Mr. WICKETT, chemist and druggist, aged 24 years.
At Stratton, on the 9th instant, Miss WOODLEY, aged 10 years.
At Redpost, in the parish of Lauxcells, on the 11th instant, Mr. William HOCKADAY, innkeeper, aged 58 years.
At Plymouth, on the 12th instant, Mr. Nathan JOSEPH, aged 87 years; and on tthe following day, in London, Mr. Joseph JOSEPH, son of the above, aged 34 years.
In London, on the 17th instant, Mary, wife of Mr. C. HAYNE, printer, formerly of Bodmin, aged 41 years.
Lately in Jersey, Theophilus BEAUCHANT, Esq., of the Royal Marine Artillery. Mr. BEAUCHANT was for many years resident in Falmouth, and once filled the office of first magistrate of that town. During his period of office he materially improved its condition by a careful and judicious attention to its several local acquirements; to him also the inhabitants are wholly indebted for the projecting and building of the classical school in that town, an establishment that, by mismanagement, unfortunately frustrated the expectations he had nobly entertained of its being a public good. Mr. BEAUCHANT has left a widow and several children to lament their loss.
At Boulogne-sur-Mer, on the 15th instant, Lucy Maria, wife of Thomas DANIELL, Esq., formerly of (?sp)Trellsgink, in this county, and fourth daughter of the late George OSBALDESTONE, Esq., of Hutton Hashell, Yorkshire.
In Canada West, on the 27th of September last, Mr. John TREFFRY, sen., aged 71 years.
At Turanville, Scove, New South Wales, on the 19th of June last, after an illness of six days, Mr. John H. DANGAR, son of Mr. William DANGAR, of St. Neot, in this county, aged 37 years.
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