Transcriptions of Beccles and Bungay Weekly News
Dec 1858 & Jan - Feb 1859 Beccles Weekly News
>Transcribed from microfilm supplied by the British Library Newspaper
Janelle Penney --- 2000, 2001
Beccles Weekly News 7 Dec 1858 Page 4, column 3
At Wickham Market, on the 3rd December, the wife of E. B. TENCH, Esq., of a son.
25 November, at Ellingham, near Bungay, suddenly, Mr Job FISK, in his 75th year, much respected by all who knew him.
29 November, at Toft, Mrs S. FULLLER, relict of the late Mr James FULLER, aged 86 years.
2 December, at Beccles, aged 77 years, Mr Thomas CUTTING, deeply lamented by his family , and universally respected.
Beccles Weekly News 14 Dec 1858 Page 4, column 4
11 December, at Sotterley Hall, aged 94, Mrs Mary BARNE, widow of the late Michael BARNE, Esq., of Sottlerley Hall.
Beccles Weekly News 21 Dec 1858 Page 4, column 6
2 December, at Brampton Church, by the Rev G. O. LEMAN, assisted by the Rev T. O. LEMAN, Mr William CLEVELAND, veterinary surgeon, to Deborah Marianne ROCKHILL, youngest daughter of Mr John ROCKHILL, farmer, Stoven.
13 December, at St Margaret's, Southelmham, Mr William LARKE, of Bungay, wine merchant, to Miss SIMONDS.
6 December, at Chester, deeply regretted by her family and friends, Mary Louisa, the beloved wife of the Rev James KILNER, Chaplain of Chester Castle, and eldest daughter of the late Charles SCOTT, Esq., of Shadingfield Hall, in this county.
11 December, at Hedenham, very greatly lamented, the Rev J. P. CHAMBERS, rector of the parish.
14 December, at Flixton, near Bungay, Mr James GOODMAN, coachman to Sir R Shafto ADAIR, Bart., of Flixton Hall.
17 December, at Ilketshall St Andrew's, Mr EDWARDS, of that parish, farmer.
17 December, at Bungay, after a long affliction, of consumption, in his 28th year, Mr Thomas BROWN, eldest son of Mr William BROWN, plumber and glazier, of the above place.
Beccles Weekly News 28 Dec 1858 Page 4, column 3
22 December, at Southwold, by the Rev Edward LILLINGSTONE, incumbent of St George's, Edgbaston, assisted by the Rev John Rustat [sic] CROWFOOT, incumbent of Southwold, William Henry PENROSE, Esq., of Dedham, Essex, to Anne Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Charles LILLINGSTONE, Esq., of Sproughton Chauntry.
23 December, at St Mary's Church, Bungay, by the Rev F. BARKWAY, John Wentworth GARNEYS, Esq., Monk Soham, to Jane, fourth daughter of Charles GARNEYS, Esq., surgeon, Bungay, Suffolk.
12 December, at Norwich, aged 32 years, William, second son of Mr Thomas PENNY, landlord of the Lord Nelson Inn, Southwold.
16 December, at Great Yarmouth, the Rev Thomas Cook FOWLER.
20 December, at Southwold, George, eldest son, of Mr C. NAUNTON, corn and coal meter, aged 33 years.
22 December, at Bungay, after a long affliction, born with christian resignation, the wife of the Rev William EDWARDS, Wesleyan minister.
22 December, at Giselham Rectory, Suffolk, of diphtheria, Henry Charles Napier, aged 6 years, the beloved and eldest son of the Rev Henry JODRELL.
22 December, at Wenhaston, Mr Seaman GARRARD, formerly of Blyford and Gislingham, aged 75 years.
Beccles Weekly News 4 January 1859 Page 4, column 4
25 December, at St James's Church, Piccadilly, Mr George WATSON, grainer, formerly of Bungay, to Sophia, daughter of Mr Thomas TODD, of Seething, in this county.
28 December, at Bungay, deeply regretted by his friends, and highly respected for his integrity and unassuming kindness to his neighbours, Mr David CHAMBERS, aged 79.
1 January, at Norwich, suddenly, aged 22 years, Mr Alfred P. DOWSON, fourth son of H. G. DOWSON, Esq., late of Geldeston.
Beccles Weekly News 11 January 1859 Page 4, column 5
6 January, at Stepney Church, by the Rev O. REYNOLDS, and brother of the bridegroom, R. REYNOLDS, Esq., surgeon of Hetions Bumpstead, Essex, to Martha Mary the daughter of J. PRICE, Esq., Tradegar Square, London.
23 December, at Wrentham, Mrs Elizabeth NEWSON, relict of the late Mr William NEWSON, in the 88th year of her age. She was about 50 years a member of the Independent Chapel in that village, and died in unfeigned faith of the Gospel.
5 January, at Hulver, Mrs Sarah WARSLEY, in the 99th year of her age. She was a mother in Israel, having been an accredited and consistent member of the Wesleyan connection upwards of 60 years. Her end was peace. [See correction below]
7 January, at Worlingham, Mrs Ann WILSON, aged 90 years.
Beccles Weekly News 18 January 1859 Page 4, column 5
On 5th January, at Hulver, Mrs Sarah PARSLEY, in the 99th year of her age; not WARSLEY as was incorrectly stated last week.
On 12th January, at Wickham Market, aged 6 weeks, Beavan Edward, the beloved son of Edward Beavan TENCH, Esq., Surgeon.
23 December, at New York, Annie Madalene, only daughter of Samuel and Madalene Greaver JOHNSON, age 1 year and 11 months.
Beccles Weekly News 25 January 1859 Page 4, column 4
4 January, at Reydon, near Southwold, Mr W. ADAMS, aged 79 years.
18 January, after a lengthened affliction, borne with exemplary patience, Hellen [sic] Elizabeth Saunders, second daughter of Mr Zephaniah CHAPMAN, of Lowestoft. The deceased whose end was tranquil, was greatly esteemed by a large circle of young friends.
18 January, at Lowestoft, Alice, daughter of Mr James CULLINGHAM, aged 19 years. Her end was peace.
10 January, at Fritten Green Farm, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, Mr John BOUNCE, aged 61 years.
Beccles Weekly News 1 February 1859 Page 4, column 5
27 January, at Beccles, Lorina Carthew, the wife of the Rev A. O. HARTLEY.
Beccles Weekly News 8 February 1859 Page 4, column 4
3 February, at Ellough, by the Rev R. A. ARNOLD, Mr W. C. MULLENGER, Ironmonger, Beccles, to Mary, the second daughter of George HAMBY, East house, Ellough.
1 February, at Albany House, Golden Bridge, Alfred Fisher LANDER, son of W.E. LANDER, Esq., C.E., aged 18 months.
3 February, at Stanley Rectory, Yorkshire, Maria Louisa, daughter of the Rev A.O. HARTLEY, St Mary's, Beccles. Also on the 5th February, Robert Charles Barry HARTLEY, son of the above, aged 8 days.
Beccles Weekly News 22 February 1859 Page 4, column 5
1 January, at Benares, the wife of Major R. J. EDGELL, H.E.I.C.S of a son.
15 February, at Sizeland, by the Rev W. HOBSON, Johnson GOFF, of Thurlton Mill, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr E. TIBBENHAM, of the former place.
16 February, at Mettingham, by the Rev J.R. SAFFORD, Mr Frederick Richard HAYWARD, of Ellingham, to Harriet, the fourth daughter of Mr George DRAPER, of Mettingham.
11 February, at Aldeby, William WRIGHT, for many years the faithful servant of the late William CARPENTER, Esq., of Toft Monks, aged 77.