On the 16th of January, at Gisleham. Mr P.N. KENDALL, statione [sic - perhaps stationer?], Lowestoft, to Margaret, the youngest daughter of the late Mr Alfred LARKE, farmer of the above parish.
On the 19th January, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev J. LECKE, John HACON, to Elizabeth Jones ELLIS, both of Lowestoft.
On the 19th January, at Loddon Church, by the Rev J.J. SMITH, Mr Thomas LORD, of Norwich, to Charlotte Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr G. LAMB, merchant, Loddon.
On the 3rd January, at her brother-in-law's, at Brussels, Miss Susan HARRISON, formerly of Beccles, aged 46. Deceased was buried in the Protestant burial ground at Brussels.
On the 9th January, at Barnby, of consumption, George, eldest son of William and Sophia TURNER, in the 24th year of his age, much respected and deeply regretted by his family and friends.
On the 12th January, at Brighton, Lady BROUGHAM and VAUX [sic], aged 78.
On the 14th January, at his residence, South Quay, Gt Yarmouth, aged 68 years, John BARKER, Esq., one of the Borough magistrates.
On the 16th January, in the 10th year of her age, Margaret, fifth daughter of Robert William and Hannah BURLEIGH, of Halesworth.
On the 16th January, at Great Yarmouth, in the 86th year of his age, Samuel TOLVER, Esq., many years Town Clerk of that borough.
On the 20th January, at Beccles, Eliza, daughter of Mr Alfred KETT, laborer, aged 19 weeks.
On the 26th January, at Beccles, Mr Francis SPRUNT, grocer, aged 60 years.
In addition to the above: - Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 24 January 1865 Page 4, column 1
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POLICE OFFICERS Wanted for the City of Norwich Police Force, a few smart Active Young Men.---Qualifications: to be under 30 years of age; To stand clear 5 feet 8 inches, without shoes; to read and write well. Candidates must apply personally to the Chief Constable, at 10 am on any day. Robert HITCHMAN, Chief Constable Guildhall, Norwich