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25 May - 22 Jun 1858

Transcriptions of Beccles and Bungay Weekly News

Transcribed from microfilm supplied by the British Library Newspaper Library
Janelle Penney --- 2000, 2001

Beccles Weekly News 25 May 1858 Page 4, Column 3


16 May, at the Oulton Old Meeting House, by the Rev E JEFFERY, Mr Edmund POLL, of Oulton Street, to Mrs Ann GRAVER, of the same place.

18 May, at St Nicholas' Church, Yarmouth, by the Rev Bowyer VAUX, M.A., incumbent of St Peter's, the Rev F Conway STEWARD, B.A., of Somerleyton, to Ellen, only daughter Edmund Reeve PALMER, solicitor, of the above same place.


3 May, at Mutford, aged 81, Elizabeth, the wife of John MAPES. She lived and died a pious good woman. And on the 17 May, aged 81, Mr John MAPES, of Mutford, respected by all who knew him for his honest integrity, having survived his wife but a fortnight - the exact difference in their age, the wife being the elder by a fortnight.This was rather a singular coincidence; the exact period of their existence in this world of trial being equal almost to an hour.

15 May. at Beccles, Harriet, daughter of Mr G OXBOROUGH, bricklayer, aged 5 weeks.

18 May, Charles Thring SCOTT, eldest son of the Rev C T SCOTT, Rector of Shadingfield, in the 14th year of his age.

Beccles Weekly News 1 June 1858 Page 4, Column 4


24 May, at St Clement's Church, Norwich, by the Rev R RIGG, Mr E THURLOW, of Gosport, to Elizabeth WOODHOUSE, only daughter of John WOODHOUSE, schoolmaster, New Catton.

28 May, at St Michael's Church, Beccles, by the Rev C H MILLER, curate, Mr George BARKWAY, fellmonger, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr COOLE, deceased.


21 May, aged 63. Mr John GALL, fishmerchant, of Lowestoft.

21 May, after a few hours' affliction, aged 60, Mrs Rachel GATES, widow, of St Swithin's.

22 May, at Southtown, aged 5 years, Agnes, only child of Mr William JACKSON.

22 May, aged 2 months, Frederick William, infant son of Joseph A COCK, of Yarmouth.

24 May, at Beccles, Charity, widow of the late Mr John MONEY, aged 75 years.

26 May, aged 44, Mary Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr William ALLEN, 5 Commercial Road, Lowestoft.

Beccles Weekly News 8 June 1858 Page 4, Column 3


31 May, at Heigham Church, Simon GUNTON, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late John LINCOLN, both of Yarmouth.

1 June, at St Leonard's -on - Sea, by the Rev __MARSH, Mr J Quantrell STEBBINGS, general omnibus proprietor, Lowestoft, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr Henry SMITH, woollen draper, of Ryde, Isle of Wight.


24 May, at Hopton, aged 62, much respected, Mr Robert BROOK, late miller and baker, of Hopton.

28 May, at Widford, Essex, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Mr P ALDRIDGE, formerly of Laxfield.

28 May, in the parish of St Clement Without, in this city, in his 74th year, William DEAN, who was for many years a resident of Yarmouth, and much respected by all who knew him.

31 May, at 58 St George's Road, Belgravia, of bronchitis, Mr WELHAM, late of Framlingham, aged 71.

1 June, at Beccles, Henry, son of Mr Mark MILLS, Marquis of Gransby Inn, aged 1 year.

7 June, at Beccles, Hannah, relict of the late Mr James SHAW, builder, aged 72 years.

Beccles Weekly News 15 June 1858 Page 4, Column 5


June, at the Holy Trinity Church, Bungay, by the Rev H T DEACLE, Mr John Denny BOTWRIGHT, builder, to Jane Fanny, youngest daughter of the late Daniel DENNY.

9 June, at Gaol Street Chapel, Yarmouth, by the Rev A F SHELLY. Mr William Musket DELF, of Wacton, to Anna Sophia, youngest daughter of the late James STEVENS, of Norwich.


22 March, after a short but severe illness, at King William's town, Southern Africa, aged 28, Hugh Reid Porter, the youngest and beloved son of the late Lieut George Dallas BARCLAY, R.N., of Southtown.

3 June, at Southtown, Yarmouth, aged 87, Mr Moses AGAR.

5 June, at Beccles, William, son of Mr G LAMBERT, laborer, aged 2 years.

7 June, at Yarmouth, aged 70, James BEECHING, ship-builder, deeply regretted by his relatives and friends,

3 June, after a severe illness, aged 16, Mary, the eldest daughter of Thomas PRESTON, Esq., of Lowestoft.

13 June, at Beccles, Charles William, son of Mr William NEWSTED, at the railway bridge, aged 1 month.

Beccles Weekly News 22 June 1858 Page 4, column 5


15 June, at Beccles, by the Rev C H MILLER, curate, Mr John AYERS, of the "Plough Inn", to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Mr FAIRWEATHER.

16 June, at Beccles, by the Rev C H MILLER, Mr Robert CANDLER, of Wade Hall, North Cove, to Maria Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Mr William BOBBETT, R.N.

19 June, at St Michael's Church, Beccles, by the Rev J T JOHNSTON, William, son of Mr CROWFOOT, brewer, Broom, to Sarah, the third daughter of the late Mr James REEVE, of Geldeston.


9 June, aged 74, Mary, widow of the late Mr John DYE, ironmonger, Yarmouth.

10 June, at the house of her father, North Cove Hall, Georgiana Mary IMPEY, aged 30, wife of the late Alfred IMPEY, Esq., M.D., of Great Yarmouth.

11 June, aged 38, Francis [sic] Gardner BATLEY, the daughter of Stephen Godfrey BATLEY, Southtown.

17 June, at Southwold, Francis Wilson ELLIS, Commander, R.N., aged 68 years, brother of Lieut General ELLIS, C.B., Royal Marines, Light Infantry.

15 June, at Beccles, Mr Robert SIMPER, aged 54.