cornwall england newspaper
1 AUGUST 1845, Friday
At Ferris Town, Truro, on Saturday last, CAPT W.S. OLIVER, R.N., aged 71 years.
At Vivian-terrace, Truro, on Tuesday last, JANE, relict of the late JOHN JAMES, Esq., of that town, aged 73 years.
At Falmouth, on sunday last, LAURA ELIZABETH, infant daughter of MR. T. OLVER, jun., builder.
At St. Just, on Saturday last, MR. HUGH TREMBATH, and MR. JOHN TREZISE, at advanced ages.
At Grampound, on the 23rd ultimo, Miss SECROMBE, aged 44 years. [probably Seccombe, but "R" was definitely used - jm]
At Charlestown, on Friday last, MRS. FANNY SALTER, aged 87 years.
At Fowey, on Sunday last, Mr. BENJAMIN LAMB, aged 59[?] years.
At St. Day, on the 24th ult., ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE HARVEY, infant daughter of ZACCHEUS ANDREW, Esq., Lieutenant, R.N.
At Pool, on the 12th ult., GEORGE THOMAS, son of Mr. ALFRED JENKIN ASHWIN, aged 2 years.
At Pool, on the 19th ult., SARAH ANN, daughter of MR. A. PHILLIPS, aged 5 years.
At Ventonerran, int eh parish of Newlyn, on Friday last, MARY, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN RANDELL, yeoman, aged 47 years.
At Newquay, on Sunday last, MRS. MARY MORISH, aged 82 years.
At Wadebridge, on Tuesday last, after a long and painful illness, Mr. JOSEPH HICKS, of the Molesworth Arms Inn, aged 68 years.
At Pillaton, on Monday last, JOHN TRUSCOTT, aged 85. When six years old, he was bound apprentice to MRS. TILLY, of Pentile
Castle, and continued in her service, and in that of JOHN T. CORYTON, Esq., a faithful servant, until two years before his
8 AUGUST 1845, Friday
At Truro, on Friday last, Captain BRENTON, aged 74 years.
At Truro, on Sunday last, the wife of Mr. John GILL, woolcomber, aged 34 years.
At St. Day, on Monday last, Mr. Peter BARRATT, watch and clock-maker.
At St. Agnes, on the 29th ultimo, Miss Julia STEPHENS, aged 18 years.
At Illogan, on the 31st ult., Mr. Thomas ANDREW, aged 19 years.
At St. Ives, on Friday last, after a lingering illness, Capt. James STEVENS, for many
years alderman of that borough, aged 82 years; on Sunday last, the wife of Mr.
Charles QUICK, cooper, aged 42 years; on Tuesday last, Mrs. ROW, relict of the late
Capt. Thomas ROW, aged 79 years, and the son of Capt. HODGE, of the schooner
"Cornish Diamond", aged 6 years.
At Marazion, on Sunday last, Miss Peggy ROBERTS, aged 37 years.
At Penzance, on Monday last, Mrs. Mary LADNER; and on Tuesday, Mr. Noel DAVEY,
and Mrs. H. YOUNG.
At St. Blazey, on Tuesday last, the infant daughter of Mr. John HICKS, mason.
At Charlestown, on Wednesday last, Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. P. HORE, aged
At Liskeard, on Monday last, Mr. Richard AUSTEN, jun., watchmaker.
At the residence of her sister, Mrs. GRAHAM, of Launceston, after a short illness, on
Saturday last, Miss GUARD, sister of the late Lieut.-General GUARD, of Exeter.
At Eldad, Plymouth, Mrs. FLEMING, wife of Major FLEMING, of the Royal Marines.
At Swansea, on the 25th ult., at the house of her daughter, Mrs. Tallesin (?)
WILLIAMS, at the advanced age of 82 years, Mrs. PETHERICK, formerly of Camborne.
15 AUGUST 1845, Friday
At TRURO, on Friday last, Mrs. SOLOMON, widow of the late Mr. William
SOLOMON, painter, &c., aged 55 years.
At LISKES, near TRURO, on Monday last, Mr. William POWNING, aged 63 years.
At the Parsonage House, CHASEWATER, on Monday last, Edward HOCKEN,
Esq., aged 24 years.
At FLUSHING, on the 4th instant, Lucy Agnes, ninth daughter and youngest child of
Commodore SULLIVAN, R. N., S.B., aged 11 years.
At PENRYN, on Friday last, Mrs. TRENERY, widow of the late Mr. S. TRENERY,
of that town, aged 80 years; and on Tuesday, Mr. Charles KNOWLES, innkeeper,
aged 36 years.
At his residence, Woodlane Terrace, FALMOUTH, on Sunday last, after a few hours'
illness, James HAMILTON, Esq., aged 68 years.
At ST. BLAZEY, on Friday last, after a short illness, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of
Mr. John YEOMEN, aged 22 years.
At St. Stephens in BRANWELL, on Thursday last, Mr. Thos WILLIAMS, aged 45
At HANBAND, in the parish of TYWARDREATH, on Saturday last, Mr John
CROCKER, at an advanced age.
At TREBAY, in ST. CLEATHER, last week, Mr Richard NORTHEY, aged 89 years;
and at TREWER, in the same parish, Mrs. WESTLAKE, aged 61 years.
At BUDE, on Friday last, the infant son of Capt. HATHIRLEIGH, late of the
"Bucks," of BUDE.
At DULOE, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary CONGDON, aged 67 years.
At FOWEY, on the 6th instant, Albert, son of Mr. John PEARNE, parish clerk, aged 6
At EAST LOOE, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. James OLIVER, blacksmith, aged
33 years; and on Sunday, the son of Mr. Edward HARVEY, shoemaker.
At WADEBRIDGE, on the 5th instant, Edwin George, son of Capt. H. F.
STEPHENS, on that place, aged 22 years.
At MARAZION, on Monday last, Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr DANIEL,
At ST. JUST in PENWITH, on Sunday last, Fanny, infant daughter of the Rev.
Samuel TIMMS, Wesleyan Minister.
At DEVONPORT, on the 29th ult., Miss Ellen LUKE, formerly of LOOE, aged 45
At TAVISTOCK, on the 5th instant, Mary HOPKINS, third daughter of Mr.
FEASTON, printer &c., aged 18 years.
At BRIDESTOWE, on Sunday last, the Rev. Coryndon LUXMOORE, Rector of
that parish, and of LANTEGLOS, by CAMELFORD, in this county, in the 86th year
of his age.
On board H.M.S. "Castor," on her voyage from China, about seven weeks since,
Edward, sixth son of Mr. Joseph WHITLEY, late innkeeper at CALLINGTON, aged
22 AUGUST 1845, Friday
At Kertenwood, in the parish of St. Erth, on the 10th inst., MR. GEORGE TAYLOR, aged 33 years.
At Trenedras Commons, in the parish of St. Erth, on Sunday last, Miss ELIZABETH BLIGHT, age 37 years.
At Boscastle, on Tuesday last, suddenly, CAPT. JAMES RICKARD, aged 62 years.
At Pelnye, in the parish of Lanreath, on Sunday last, the wife of MR. JOSEPH CONGDON, aged 22 years.
At Trethosa, in the parish of St. Stephens in Branwell, on Friday last, Mr. WM. TRUSCOTT, blacksmith aged 48 years.
At Liskeard, on Monday last, Mr. Edmund SNELL, aged 59 years.
At. St. Keyne, MR. WILLIAM NICHOLLS, aged 69 years.
At Hooper's Bridge, near Bodmin, on the 14th instant, MR. SIMON MERRIFIELD, aged 88 years, formerly, and for many years, innkeeper at St. Lawrence.
At Dubwalls, near Liskeard, on Friday last, in consequence of cutting his toe while in the act of paring his toe nail, MR. STEPHEN COLLINGS, proprietor of a beer shop.
At Tavistock, on the 10th instant, LIEUT. R. DARKE, R.N., aged 52 years.
At Swansea, on the 10th instant, WILLIAM HUGH, only son of MR. HUGH SIMS, of Scorrier, aged 14 years.
At Llandaff, on the 8th inst., the very REV. WILLIAM BRUCE KNIGHT, Dean of that city, aged 59 years.
29 AUGUST 1845, Friday
At PENRYN, on Friday last, Mrs. MARTEN, aged 79 years.
At FALMOUTH, on the 16th instant, the infant son of Mr. G. J. NASH, of H. M.
At TUCKINGMILL, on Monday last, the infant daughter of Mr. Wm. CLARK, of
the Crown Inn.
At ST. IVES, on Sunday last, Miss Susannah BROAD, aged 10 years.
At PENZANCE, on the 21st instant, Henry, eldest son of Mr. BOYNS, schoolmaster,
aged 21 years; and on Sunday last, Mr. Francis HARVEY.
At NEWQUAY, on the 22nd instant, the infant son of Capt. HARVEY, of the
At BODBRANE, in the parish of DULOE, on Friday last, Mr. John GRIGG, aged 49
At ST. STEPHENS by SALTASH, on the second instant, Maria Jemima, second
daughter of Wm. BENNETT, Esq., of [Pill?] House, and wife of Mr. Wm. SMITH.
At the St. Jago mines, CUBA, on the 7th ultima, of fever, Capt. Thomas READ, eldest
son of Mr. READ, of the Royal Polberron Consols mines, St. AGNES, aged 27 years.
ILFRACOMBE - Mr. EDWARD STEVENS, boat maker, of this place, lost his life on Wednesday, in a humane effort
to save that of a lady, MISS BAILEY, of Peterborough, who is residing here. She is an excellent swimmer, and was
bathing in deep water, but as the sea was very rough, the waves became too strong for her, and she was in great
danger. Mr. Stevens, who was passing, and another person named GOULD, jumped in to her assistance. Gould was
thrown against the rocks and had his leg broken, but Stevens received an injury to his head and sank immediately, and
the body has not been found. MISS BAILEY has called on his widow to sympathise with her, and has promised that she
shall be provided for.
MELANCHOLY AND FATAL ACCIDENT - Last year, Mr. BUNDOCK, a young gentleman of Paignton, left this country for
Australia, and safely arrived within sight of that distant land. He then went aloft to reconnoitre the shore, fell from the
giddy height, and was taken up a corpse.
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