Transcriptions of East Suffolk Gazette and Beccles and Bungay Weekly News January 1869

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 5 January 1869 Page 5, column 3

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MARRIAGES

AGGS --- EMERSON. 31st December, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev J.W COLVIN, Mr William AGGS to Amelia EMERSON, both of Great Yarmouth.

BECK --- MARR. On the 28th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Benjamin BECK, to Jane MARR, both of Lowestoft.

CLARK --- MEACHAM. 25th December, at St Nicholas church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr George CLARK to Sophia MEACHAM, both of Great Yarmouth.

COOPER --- HUNTER. On the 26th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C WALKER, John COOPER, to Sarah Ann HUNTER, both of Lowestoft.

COOPER --- EDWARDS. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E HOPWOOD, Mr James COOPER to Agnes EDWARDS, both of Great Yarmouth.

COUSINS --- ELLIS. On the 26th December, at St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings, by the Rev C.D. CHARLTON, Henry, only son of Mr William COUSINS, of Saxmundham, to Ellen, the youngest daughter of Mr Henry ELLIS, of Hastings.

CROME --- KEMP. On the 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr John CROME to Emily KEMP, both of Great Yarmouth.

DANE --- NESLEN. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD Mr Chas.[sic] DANE to Elizabeth NESLEN, both of Great Yarmouth.

DAVY --- MANNING. On the 20th December, at the Baptist Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev W. PEPPERCORN, William George DAVY, to Susanna MANNING, both of Pakefield, Lowestoft.

DYE --- CRISP. 28th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev J.W. COLVIN, Mr Charles DYE to Sarah Ann CRISP, both of Great Yarmouth.

EASTICK --- MILLS. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Thomas EASTICK to Sarah MILLS, both of Great Yarmouth.

FARMAN --- ALDOUS. On the 25th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C WALKER, Jas. [sic] FARMAN, to Harriet ALDOUS, both of Lowestoft.

GILLMAN --- HARRISON. On the 26th December, at Halesworth, by the Rev A. MATCHETT, assisted by the Rev W.J. GAROULD, B.A., Mr Henry GILMAN, of 1, Eton Terrace, Belgrave Road, Shepherd's Bush, to Eliza, only daughter of the late Mr Samuel HARRISON, of Pulham St Mary the Virgin, Norfolk.

HOWARD --- CHAMBERLIN. 26th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Samuel John HOWARD, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr Matthew CHAMBERLIN, of Great Yarmouth.

LITTLEWOOD --- NICHOLS. 26th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Alfred LITTLEWOOD to Esther NICHOLS, both of Great Yarmouth.

LEMON --- BENSLEY. 24th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.C. CLUTTERBUCK, Mr Thos. [sic] LEMON to Elizabeth BENSLEY, both of Great Yarmouth.

LAMB --- LARK. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Charles LAMB to Elizabeth LARK, both of Great Yarmouth.

LINCOLN --- GURNEY. On the 31st December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Edward LINCOLN, to Mary Ann GURNEY, both of Lowestoft.

OSBORNE --- HENORY. 24th December at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.C CLUTTERBUCK, Mr Wm. [sic] OSBORNE to Charlotte HENORY, both of Great Yarmouth.

ROBINSON --- NICKERSON. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Geo. [sic] ROBINSON to Mary Ann NICKERSON, both of Gt Yarmouth.

RIBBINS --- MCDONALD. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD. Mr Frederick RIBBINS to Louisa MCDONALD, both of Great Yarmouth.

SIMMONS --- MILLETT. On the 25th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Geo. [sic] SIMMONS, to Eliza MILLETT, both of Lowestoft.

SYMONDS --- LIGHTFERD. 29th December, at S. [sic] Nicholas' church, by the Rev J.W.COLVIN, Mr John SYMONDS to Mary Ann LIGHTFERD, both of Great Yarmouth.

TAYLOR --- WATERS. 25th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Gilbert TAYLOR to Elizabeth WATERS, both of Great Yarmouth.

VIVINS --- GALLANT. On the 24th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, John VIVINS, to Louisa GALLANT, both of Lowestoft.

WHITTLETON --- CLAMP. 26th December, at St Nicholas' church, by the Rev F.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Thomas WHITTLETON to Mary L. CLAMP, both of Great Yarmouth.

WRIGHT --- LYDAMORE. On the 26th December, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Richd. [sic] WRIGHT, to Harriet LYDAMORE, both of Lowestoft.

DEATHS

ALLEN --- On the 26th December, in his 54th year, deeply regretted, Richard ALLEN, of Frostenden Hall, Suffolk, and formerly of Mark's Hall, Essex.

BIRD --- On the 26th December, at Southwold. Mr William BIRD, aged 80, for many years landlord of the Star and Royal Hotels, Yarmouth.

BARKWAY --- 3rd January, at the Red Lion Inn, Beccles, Mr Samuel BARKWAY, aged 53 years.

CLEVELAND --- On the 28th December, at Lowestoft, Mrs CLEVELAND, relict of W. CLEVELAND, Esq.

FERRIER --- On the 27th December, at Great Yarmouth, Richard FERRIER, Esq., aged 73.

GARROD --- On the 1st January, at Beccles, Mr John GARROD, publican, aged 46 years.

HALL --- On the 2nd January, at Beccles, Jane HALL, widow, aged 46.

STANFORD --- 29th December, at Little Walsingham, after long affliction, Mary, the wife of John STANFORD, in the 52nd year of her age.

WATLING --- On the 27th December, at Sotterley, aged 27, after along illness, borne with great cheerfulness and patience, Matilda, the wife of Mr Robert E. WATLING, of Sotterley, and youngest daughter of the late Mr Jas. [sic] WELLS, of Wenhaston.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 12 January 1869 Page 5, column 4

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MARRIAGES

BLOWERS --- WHILEY. On the 4th January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev E.M. TOMLIN, Mr Henry BLOWERS to Hannah WHILEY, both of Yarmouth.

BIRD --- BALLS. On the 11th January, at Beccles church, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, Arthur BIRD, labourer, to Charlotte BALLS, both of Beccles.

COWLING --- LEMAN. On Christmas-day, at Norton, by the Rev W. RIMINGTON, Arthur B. COWLING, grocer, etc, Lowestoft, to Charlotte, widow of the late Timothy LEMAN, Norton.

KING --- BORRORS [sic]. On the 4th January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev J.W. COLVIN, Mr James KING to Esther BORRERS [sic], both of Yarmouth.

SIMMONS --- STRIVENS. On the 3rd January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev J.W. COLVIN, Mr Thomas SIMMONS to Sophia STRIVENS, both of Yarmouth.

DEATHS

BARKWAY --- On the 7th January, at Beccles, surviving her husband only four days, Rachel, widow of the late Mr Samuel BARKWAY, Red Lion Inn, aged 54 years.

BARRETT --- On the 30th December, at Yarmouth, Cecilia, widow of Mr James BARRETT, aged 83.

BAKER --- On the 31st December, at Yarmouth, Mary Ann, wife of Mr Anthony BAKER, aged 48.

HOGG --- On the 3rd January, at Yarmouth, Mr James HOGG, aged 72.

IFE --- On the 4th January, at his son's residence, Birmingham, John IFE, formerly of Bungay, in his 91st year.

PESKETT --- On the 9th January, at Beccles, in his 46th year, after a few days' illness, George PESKETT, Esq., M.D., for many years a medical practitioner in that town, and medical officer to the Beccles district of the Wangford Union, and to the Aldeby district of the Loddon and Clavering Union.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 19 January 1869 Page 5, column 5

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MARRIAGES

BREACH --- ALLERTON. On the 11th January, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Mr Mark BREACH, to Miss Mary Jane ALLERTON, both of Lowestoft.

BLAKE --- BUSTON. On the 14th January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev F.C. CLUTTERBUCK, Mr Stuart C. BLAKE to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr Hezekiah W. BUSTON, both of Great Yarmouth.

PHILBRICK [sic] --- WELCH. On the 7th January, at St Mary's Parish Church, Reading, by the Rev G.I. TUBBS, assisted by the Rev G. Gordon SMYTH, George, fourth son of the late Mr John PILBRICK [sic], of Katesgrove, Reading, to Catherine Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr Alfred WELCH, of Great Yarmouth.

TUTTLE --- CALVER. On the 16th January, at Beccles Church, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, rector, David TUTTLE and Sarah CALVER, both of Beccles.

DEATHS

ATKINS --- On the 8th January, much respected, Mr George ATKINS, sen., of the firm of ATKINS and Son, builders, Diss, aged 78.

BOND --- On the 12th January, at Pulham St Mary Rectory, Caroline Anne, aged 27 years, the eldest daughter of the Rev Richard and Harriet BOND.

DUTT --- On the 14th January, after along affliction, aged 67 years, Susan, the beloved wife of Mr William DUTT, coachbuilder, Ditchingham.

HOGG ---- On the 3rd January, at Yarmouth, Mr James HOGG, aged 72 years.

EDWARDS --- On the 5th January, at Yarmouth, Mary, wife of Mr Chas. [sic] EDWARDS, aged 60.

JOHNSON --- On the 7th January, at Yarmouth, Miss Sarah JOHNSON, aged 66.

HARVEY --- On the 18th January, at Beccles, Maria, wife of William HARVEY, aged 37 years.

STALLYBRASS --- On the 16th January, at Beccles, Elizabeth STALLYBRASS, widow of the late Richard STALLYBRASS, of London, in her 86th year.

STEWARD --- On the 11th January, at Great Yarmouth, Arthur STEWARD, Esq., aged 68.

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East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 19 January 1869 Page 8, column 3

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YARMOUTH The Weather And The Shipping. .....As we anticipated last week there would be serious damage from the late gales, which, from accounts furnished by those at sea, appears to have been of a severe character, and we regret to say that our anticipations have been fully realized [sic]......On Monday the 4th January, a boat named the "Secret" left the harbour with a crew of six hands under the charge of S. SIMS, master, for the purpose of sweeping for anchors. She was seen to bring up about dusk on the same evening just a-head [sic] of Wintertonness. At day break the following morning nothing could be seen of her, and it was supposed that she had got under weigh during the night. Later in the day, however, sundry pieces of wreck, comprising a mast, sail etc, came ashore, which excited suspicion and led to inquiry, the result of which proved that they were part of the "Secret." On this discovery the boatmen proceeded in one of their boats to the spot where the boat was last seen at anchor, where they found a sunken wreck, which is doubtless that of the ill-fated "Secret." The supposition therefore is that during the night, while the hands were below, she was run into by a passing vessel and that every soul on board went down with her. It is just possible that they might have got on board the vessel with which they were in collision, but it is extremely doubtful. As soon as weather permits efforts will be made to raise the sunken wreck, when the fate of her crew will doubtless be ascertained. The names of those who went in the boat were Samuel SIMS (master), James SEAMAN, William WOODCOCK, Samuel STITCHBAND, James ANNIS, John COURTLAND, and L. BUTTERFAUT [sic], all belonging to Yarmouth.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 26 January 1869 Page 5, column 2

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MARRIAGES

BECK -- LEEDS. On the 21st January, at the Baptist Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev W, PEPPERCORN, L.L.B., Alfred BECK, of Lowestoft, to Maria LEEDS, of Oulton, Suffolk.

BOYCOTT --- OXLEY. On the 7th January, at St Peter's Church, Redcar, by the Rev J.J. BADELEY, cousin of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev W. MILBURN, vicar of Redcar, the Rev W. BOYCOTT, son of the Rev W. BOYCOTT, rector of Wheatacre Burgh, in the county of Norfolk, to Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest daughter of G.C. OXLEY, Esq., J.P., Cliff House, Redcar.

DANIELS --- WRIGHT. On the 18th January, at St Peter's Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J.C. WALKER, Mr Walter DANIELS, to Miss Mary Ann WRIGHT, both of Lowestoft.

FISHER --- HOWES. On the 14th January, at Kirby Cane, by the Rev A. UPCHER, Mr William FISHER, of St Andrew's, Suffolk, to Eliza Maria, second daughter of Mr C. HOWES, Kirby Cane.

FOX --- ADAMS. On the 21st January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev A.P. HOLME, Mr Robert FOX, to Harriet ADAMS, both Of Yarmouth.

GOWER --- WYATT. On the 24th January, at Beccles church, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, Charles GOWER, labourer, to Harriet WYATT, daughter of the late Henry WYATT, labourer.

LAWSON --- JOHNSON. On the 18th January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev T.E. HOPKINS, Mr Wm [sic] LAWSON, to Elizabeth M. JOHNSON, both of Yarmouth.

PYE --- HALL. On the 19 th January, at St Nicholas' Church, by the Rev T.E. HOPWOOD, Mr Edward PYE to Rachel HALL, both Of Yarmouth.

DEATHS

FILBEY --- On the 16th January, at Yarmouth, Miles, son of Mr Robert H. FILBEY, aged 3 months.

FULLER --- On the 16th January, at Yarmouth, Frances, widow of Mr Charles FULLER, aged 59 years.

LITTLEWOOD --- On the 16th January, aged 62, Mr Marmaduke Foster LITTLEWOOD, of London-road, Lowestoft ; for 31 years Trinity Pilot between Lowestoft and Gravesend.

NEWMAN --- On the 17th January, at Saxmundham, Mr Joseph NEWMAN, in his 72nd year.

ROBERTS --- On the 20th January, at Yarmouth, Mr William ROBERTS, aged 76 years.

ROBINSON --- On the 23rd last [not sure if this is meant to be last week or last month], at the Manor House, Mutford, Anne, wife of Mr Samuel ROBINSON, and youngest daughter of the late John Howes DARBY, Esq., of Lowestoft, aged 72 years.

SMITH --- On the 15th January, at Bergh Apton, Mr W. SMITH, aged 72 years.

SPALDING --- On the 22nd January, at Beccles, Fanny SPALDING, aged 66.

VERTIGEN --- On the 19th January, at Beccles, Honor, the beloved wife of Mr Isaac VERTIGEN, aged 61 years.

WILLSON --- On the 21st January, at Yarmouth, Mary Ann, widow of Mr Samuel WILLSON, aged 56 years.

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East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 26 January 1869 Page 4, column 6

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EPITOME OF SUFFOLK NEWS ......The Sugar Factory.---The sugar factory at Lavenham commenced work on Wednesday last [20 January]. The first indigenous sugar ever produced in England was made there by Mr DUCAN [sic] on that day. The beet roots were grown by Mr T.P. HITCHCOCK, of Lavenham. The pulp is already in high estimation as cattle food by the farmers in the district who are anxious to secure some of it. By the kind permission of Mr DUNCAN [sic] the public are admitted, on application at the works, to see the process.

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