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6 Jul - 27 Jul 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 6 July 1858 Page 4, column 5


22 June, at St Michael's Church, Beccles, by the Rev J T JOHNSTON, rector, Thomas Hamby, son of Mr Thomas SAYER, painter, to Miss Hannah Sophia PECK.

27 June, at St Thomas' Church, Liverpool, Mr Henry MATHIAS, of Pembroke, to Maria Marion, youngest daughter of the late Captain T L DOWNING, of Yarmouth.


12 of April, at Melbourne Hospital, Australia, Mr Charles HUGGINS, late clerk to the North of Europe Steam Navigation Company at Lowestoft.

16 June, at Kirtley, near Lowestoft, in his 33rd year, John Fairweather, third son of Mr James CATTERMOLE, late of Pakefield.

22 June, at Beccles, Sarah, wife of Mr James EDWARDS, maltster, aged 40 years.

26 June, at Beccles, Mr Isaac PIPER, tailor, in the 80th year of his age.

1st July, at Beccles, Charlotte, daughter of William ROUSE, gardener, aged 10 years.

Beccles weekly News 13 July 1858 Page 4, column 3


Recently, at St Margaret's, Ilketshall, by the Rev J L ALLSOPP, J D CLUTTEN, eldest son of Mr W CLUTTEN, Huntingfield Hall, to Maria, eldest daughter of Mr J WRIGHT, of the former place.

4 July, at Beccles, by the Rev T JOHNSTON, rector, Mr Henry ALDOUS, pot- maker, to Hannah, daughter of the late Mr HAMPTON.

8 July, at Gislingham, by the Rev H CREED, rector, of Mellis, John B TURNER, Esq., to Miss Caroline FROST, both of Gislingham.

8 July, at Beccles, by the Rev J T JOHNSTON, rector, Robert BOND, laborer, to Caroline, daughter of Mr Edward LAWS, marine store dealer.


1st July, deeply lamented in her 37th year, Susannah, the beloved wife of Mr John MAINPRICE, Market Place, Yarmouth.

3 July, aged 54, much respected, Mr Joseph COLMAN, of No 2, Marine Parade, Lowestoft, formerly solicitor, of Norwich.

5 July, at Harleston, much respected, aged 60, Mr Thomas MAINEY, late Governor of Depwade Union.

6 July, Mr William STEBBINGS, master mariner, Lowestoft.

Beccles Weekly News 20 July 1858 Page 4, column 3


Recently, at St George's Church, Hanover Square, Major John ST LEGER, late of the 14th Light Dragoons, to Harriet GOOCH, relict of the late Sir Edward Sherlock GOOCH, Bart., M.P., of Benacre Hall, in this county.

13 July, at the Independent Chapel, Bungay, by the Rev C WILLS, Mr Geo. HOWES, of Yarmouth, to Emma, second daughter of Mr Samuel COLBOURNE, of the former place.


5 July, aged 61, Mr John LARTER, surgeon of Great Yarmouth.

12 July, the Rev William OKES [sic] M.A., Rector of Wheatacre, Barnaby, and Mutford, aged 81 years.

13 July, at Southtown, Great Yarmouth, at the residence of her son, the Rev Mark WATERS, Mrs WATERS, in the 84th year of her age.

14 July, in London, the Rev Thomas Starkie BENCE, rector of Thorington, aged 33.

Beccles Weekly News 27 July 1858 Page 4, column 3


On the 15th of July, at Gorleston, by the Rev B VAUX, M. A., Shelford Clarke BIDWELL, Esq., of Thetford, to Theophila Anne, eldest daughter of the late Rev T W SALMON, M.A., of Hopton.

18 July, at Beccles, by the Rev J T JOHNSTON, James Nelson FLOWERS, to Sarah Ann YOUELL, widow of the late Mr YOUELL, waterman.


On the 4th June, at Mount Carmel, United States, Maria, the wife of James ASHMAN, and only daughter of Mr John MOBBS, Oulton, near Lowestoft.

On the 15th July, Mr Horace WARD, marine store dealer, Lowestoft.

On Tuesday last, at Lowestoft, aged 49, Mr Henry HARRISON, master of the Gressenhall Union-House, and formerly master of the Oulton House of Industry. The deceased was an affectionate parent, a kind friend to many, and an excellent and considerate officer.

On Wednesday last, at Reedham Rectory, aged 33, George Cerjat, [sic] eldest son of the Rev Frederick LEATHES.