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Transcriptions of Beccles and Bungay Weekly News

July - September 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 3 July 1860 Page 4, column 5


On the 1st July, at Wickham Market, the wife of Edward Beaven TENCH, Esq., of a son.


26 June, at St Mary's, Windermere, by the Rev C. R. HOLMES, M.A., incumbent of All Souls, Halifax, the Rev A.O. HARTLEY, M.A., head master of the Fauconberge Grammar School, Beccles, Suffolk, late fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, to Ann, widow of the late Rev Miles P. KNABLEY, and second daughter of Robert JEFFERSON, Esq., of Springfield, Whitehaven.

28 June, at St Michael's Church, Beccles, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, Mr G. COOPER, Colchester, youngest son of the late Mark COOPER, Esq., Great Oakley, Essex, to Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr W. HOLDRON.


On the 17th May, at Calcutta, suddenly, of apoplexy, Frederick Arthur KILLWICK, of Nauthpore, near Purneah, Bengal, grandson of the late Captain Edward KILLWICK, R.N., of Southwold.

28 July, aged 41, deeply regretted, Anne Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Charles COOPER, of Kessingland, and eldest daughter of Mr James BALLS, of Westhall.

On the 26th June, at Bungay, Georgia, relict of Pearse WALKER, Esq., aged 80 years.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 10 July 1860 Page 4, column 5


On the 1st July, at Bungay, after a long and painful affliction, Maria, relict of the late Mr Nathaniel WEEDING, late of Bungay, in her 41st year.

On the 7th July, at Beccles, after a short illness, Walter, second son of Mr Alfred G. LOVE, aged 9 years.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 17 July 1860 Page 4, column 4


8th July, at West Hackney Church, Mr. J.L. DELARUE, of London, to Eliza Sarah, second daughter of Mr W. BUCK, formerly of Harleston, Norfolk,and granddaughter of the late Mr Robert OSWOLD, of Beccles.

On the 12th July, at Rendham, Suffolk, by the Rev Russell SKINNER, rector of Sweffling, the Rev Charles Hardwick MARRIOTT, vicar of Rendham, to Mary Ann Palmer, only daughter of the late Thomas BRUCE, Esq.

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


At Bungay, on Monday the 16th July, after a very protracted affliction, borne with christian fortitude, Harriett, the beloved wife of Mr William SPALL,coachmaker.

At Bungay, on the 20th July, after a protracted and severe affliction, Ann Eliza, wife of Mr ABEL, of Earsham Street, Bungay, and the eldest daughter of the late Mr E. RUDDOCK, of Debenham.

On the same day, at Bungay, aged 22, Walter, the eldest son of Mr George B. BAKER, of Trinity Street, Bungay, Auctioneer.

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


On the 26th July at Ufford, by the Rev F W. FREEMAN, rector of Pulham Market, the Rev William Henry FREEMAN, of Framlingham to Sarah Garrett COTTINGHAM, eldest daughter of the late Mr Edmund COTTINGHAM, of Covehithe.


On the 19th July, at Yarmouth, aged 69, Geo. Wells HOLT, Esq., solicitor.

On the 28th July, aged 65 years, Sarah, the widow of John LAWS, Ditchingham.

On the 29th July, at Bungay, greatly respected, Mr John SADD, tailor and draper, leaving a widow and seven children to lament their loss.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 14 August 1860 Page 4, column 5


3 August, in London, in her 87th year, Elizabeth, relict of Miles RUDLAND, Esq., for many years surgeon of Wangford, near Southwold.

3 August, at Saxmundham, Mr William CROWE, aged 54.

8 August, aged 60 years, at Aldeby, Norfolk, Sarah, wife of James Warden GOWING, Esq.

10 August, at Beccles, Susanna, the beloved wife of Mr James BOYDEN, gentleman, sincerely regretted and lamented by all her friends.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 21 August 1860 Page 4, column 3


13th August, at Bungay, from injuries sustained in an accident at St Andrew's Mill, on the 10th May last, Mr Charles EARL, millwright.

17th August, at Hampton, Middlesex, James BROOKS, Esq., in his 78th year, much respected by his family and friends.

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


16th August, at Ditchingham Church, Charles Sheridan Blackwood WALTON, Esq., H.M.'s Indian Army, to Sarah Sophia, second daughter of John L. BEDINGFIELD, Esq., of Ditchingham Hall, and the Hon. Mrs BEDINGFIELD.

On the 21st August, at Worlingham church, by the Rev D. H. LEIGHTON, George Frederick DEACON, Esq., of Hethersett, to Catherine, sixth daughter of the late Mr Robert NEWMAN, of Beccles.

DEATH 17 August, at Sotterley, much respected and deeply lamented, Mr William HICKS, aged 68.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 4 September 1860 Page 4, column 4 

No regular birth, death or marriage announcements appear in this issue, as does sometimes happen.

However, there is a news item about a marriage in Southwold: -


On Wednesday last, Mr W. HANNER was, by the Rev J. R. CROWFOOT, married to Rosa, daughter of Thomas DRIVER, Esq., of this town. The bells rang merrily and many flags floated in the breeze, and often unfortunately in the rain. As is usual at weddings there was a mishap, the key of the vestry could not be found, and the lock had to be picked ere their names could be signed in the register.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 11 September 1860 Page 4, column 4


30 August, at West Hackney Church, London, by the Rev George HERVEY, M.A., Mr C. DRAKE, Solicitor, of Bungay, to Harriott [sic] , second daughter of J.B. TYLER, Esq., of De Bouvior-road, Kingsland, of the firm of GOODCHAP, TYLER, and Co., public accountants, Gresham street, London.

6 September, at Lowestoft, by the Rev D. H. LEIGHTON, M.A., Robert Carss YOUNGS, Esq., Norwich, to Frances Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late John BEALES, Esq., of Halesworth.

6 September, at Beccles Church, by the Rev J.T. JOHNSTON, Mr William Robert COCKS, of Lyn, Norfolk, to Ellen, youngest daughter of James PIPER, of Beccles.

DEATH 5 September, at Bungay, much respected, Mr John DUTT, coachmaker, youngest son of the late Mr W. DUTT of the same place, aged 52 years.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 18 September 1860 Page 4, column 4


11 September, at Postwick, Norfolk, by the Rev D. ANDREWS, Mr John Rackham MILES, of Needham, near Harleston, to Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr James CALEY, of the same place.

12 September, at the Baptist Meeting-house, Stowmarket, by the Rev John THORNLEY, Mr Thomas THURLOW, grocer, of Wortham, to Miss Martha JEFFERY, milliner and dressmaker, of Eye.


6 September, at Peasenhall, aged 65 years, Mr Samuel BIRD, farmer.

8 September, at his father's house, Lieut. Barnes John CALDECOTT, 3rd Regiment (The Buffs), eldest son of Barnes CALDECOTT, Esq., of Ormesby St Michael, Great Yarmouth.

10 September, at Passenham rectory, Northamptonshire, the Rev Reginald RABETT, M.A., of Bramfield Hall, Suffolk, and the rector of Passenham, aged 64 years.

Beccles & Bungay Weekly News 25 September 1860 Page 4, column 4


19 September, at Beccles, after a long affliction, Mr W. SALTER, late of St Andrew's Ilketshall, aged 79 years.