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10 Jan - 27 Mar 1860

Transcriptions of Beccles and Bungay Weekly News

Jan - Mar 1860 Beccles & Bungay Weekly News Births, Marriages & Deaths

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

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 10 January 1860 Page 4, column 4


On the 6th January, at the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Beccles, Mr James FENN to Eliza DRAPER, both of Bungay.


On the 6th January, aged 20, at the house of his relative Mr COLMAN, Toft Monks, William Robert, only son of Mr William BUCK, formerly of Harleston.

[No date given] At Thope Hall, deeply lamented and much respected by a large circle of friends, Mr James BEXFIELD, aged 61 years.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 17 January 1860 Page 4, column 5


On Saturday, the 14th January, after a long affliction, Samuel COLBORNE, second son of Mr Samuel COLBORNE, printer, Bungay.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 24 January 1860 Page 4, column


On the 16th January, at Beccles, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, Mr William COOK, of the King's Head Inn, Gosfield, to Sophia, only daughter of Mr John MAYES, Inland Revenue, Beccles.


On the 16th January, at Trinity Parsonage, Sheffield, Phebe, widow of J.T. PRIMROSE, Esq., surgeon, Wrentham.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 31 January 1860 Page 4, column 5


On the 25th January, being the birthday of the happy pair, at St Giles' old Church, Camberwell, Surrey, by the Rev W. WHITEHEAD, M.A., Horatio William BECKETT, of Gillingham St Mary, in the county of Norfolk, to Grace Pollard PENN, daughter of Mr Philip PENN, of Newington Butts, and niece of the late James JEFFRIES, Esq., of Commercial Road, Peckham.


On Saturday, the 21st January, at Banham, in her 81st year, Maria, relict of the late Mr Robert RINGER, of Rushford, formerly of Hethersett.

On the 23rd January, at Ellough parsonage, Lawrence, youngest son of Major EDGELL, aged one year.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 7 February 1860 Page 4, column 4


On 1st December last, At St John's Church, Calcutta, by the Rev J. RICHARDS, M.A., Alfred J. OWLES, Esq., of the 6th dragoon Guards, youngest son of Mr John OWLES, Trinity street, Bungay, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late John JOHNSON, Esq., surgeon, Baltinglass, Ireland.

On the 14th February, at the District Church, at Walworth, Mr E. MAYNER, coppersmith, of Windsor, to C. CHARLISH, eldest daughter of Mr W.CHARLISH, of Beccles.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 14 February 1860 Page 4, column 4


On the 9th February, at Bungay, after a short illness, aged 74, Sophia MORELL, relict of the late Rev Thomas MORELL, of Coward College, London.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 21 February 1860 Page 4, column 4


14 February 1860, at Beccles, the wife of Mr W. J. SHARPE, draper, of a son.


Recently, at Thorpe, Norwich, Matthew RACKHAM, Esq., solicitor and proctor.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 28 February 1860 Page 4, column 4


27th February, At Beccles, by the Rev G. WRIGHT, Mr W. LANCASTER, Woolwich, second son of Mr J. LANCASTER, Portsea, Portsmouth, to Fanny, youngest daughter of Mr W. HOLDRON.


25th February, in the 52nd year of his age, the Rev William FRENCH, incumbent of Wangford, and vicar of Reydon, in this county.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 13 March 1860 Page 4, column 4


4th March, at Beccles, by the Rev SWEETAPPLE, William NUNN, to Mrs Harriet FOULGER, both of Bungay St Mary.


On Sunday the 4th March, Susannah, the beloved wife of Mr Samuel GREEN, of Rushmere, aged 67, sincerely respected and deeply lamented by her relatives and friends. In her the poor have lost a kind and liberal helper, whose hand was ever open to assist them in time of need, and by them her removal will be long and severely felt.

5th March, much respected, in the 75th year of his age, Mr John Jex WOODS, merchant, of Mutford Bridge, near Lowestoft.

On Saturday last, of diphtheria, Eva Ellen, only surviving daughter of Mr Cleer S. ALGER, land surveyor, Diss, outliving her sister barely a month.

On Saturday last, aged 54, deeply lamented, Mr James HOMES, of Lowestoft.

Beccles& Bungay Weekly News 20 March 1860 Page 4, column 4


On the 3rd March, at St Augustine's, Norwich, Mary Ann, relict of the late William RACKHAM, Esq., formerly of Tombland, Norwich, solicitor, and the eldest sister of Mr ABEL, of Bungay.

On the 8th March, at Yarmouth, Martha, relict of the late Clarke ABEL, Esq., M.D., third son of Matthias ABEL, Esq., formerly of Bungay.

At Beccles, on the 13th March, Mrs Hannah DYER, wife of Mr Daniel DYER, mariner, Lowestoft, aged 34 years.

On the 18th March, aged 43 years, Jane Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr Garwood JONES, watchmaker, Beccles.

Beccles& Bungay Weekly News 27 March 1860 Page 4, column 4


17th March, at Mildenhall, the Rev J.J. RAVEN, M.A. Master of the Grammar School, Bungay, and son of the Rev J. H. RAVEN, late Rector of Worlingham, to Fanny, only surviving daughter of the late R.H. HARRIS, Esq., Botesdale.


On the 13th March, at Hethersett, in the 76th year of her age, Sarah, relict of the late Lawrance DAWES, of Raveningham, in the county of Norfolk, farmer.