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7 Jun - Sep 1859

Transcriptions of Beccles and Bungay Weekly News

June - Sept 1859, Beccles Weekly News, Mariages and Deaths

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

Beccles Weekly News 7 June 1859 Page 4, column 3


4 June, after a short but severe affliction, aged 28 years, Ellen, widow of the late Mr Thos. BROWNE, and eldest daughter of the late Mr Enoch CARLEY, both of Bungay. The deceased survived her husband scarcely six months.

Beccles Weekly News 21 June 1859 Page 4, column 4


3 June, at Beccles, Mr Robert HAYWARD, cooper, after only five days illness, 71 years of age, greatly lamented by his family, and much respected.

11 June, at Beccles, Mr Daniel ARTIS, bricklayer, 36 years of age, much lamented by his family, and by a numerous circle of friends.

8 June, at Bungay, Sarah, widow of the late Mr Jeremiah CLARKE, after a long affliction, aged 68 years.

13 June, at Reydon, Mr George NEWBERY, 81 years of age : formerly of Westhall.

At Beccles, on the 19th June, Eleanor, wife of Capt. E. P. MONTAGU, R.N., aged 60 years.

At Beccles,on the 19th June, Mr George KNIGHTS, baker, much respected by all who knew him.

Beccles Weekly News 12 July 1859 Page 4, column 3


24 June, aged 10 years, Jacob Henry, the youngest child of E.H.L. PRESTON, Esq., of Yarmouth.

30 June, much respected, aged 83 years, after a short illness, Susanna, widow of Mr John CHANDLER, of Fressingfield.

2 July, at Grove Hill House, Starston, Norfolk, after a short illness, Maria, only daughter of the late Rev George SANDBY, of Denton House.

5 July, at Wrentham, Alfred HARMER,Esq.,, surgeon, only son of J.D. HARMER, Esq., of Crane Hall, Ipswich, aged 45 years.

Beccles Weekly News 19 July 1859 Page 4, column 4


10 July, at Worlingham, by the Rev H.D. LEIGHTON, rector, Mr Reuben COWLES, of Blundeston, to Miss M.A.SMITH, of Beccles.


At Gillingham Rectory, on the 17th July, in her 10th year, Bessie, the beloved daughter of Rowland T. COBBOLD, Esq.,of Trimley, Suffolk.

Beccles Weekly News 26 July 1859 Page 4, column 3


On the 21st July, at Worlingham, by the Rev H.D. LEIGHTON, Mr Robert MARTIN, jun., boot manufacturer, of Beccles, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr Wm. SPRATT, of the latter place.

Beccles Weekly News 9 August 1859 Page 4, column 4


26 July, at Mutford, James, second son of Mr D. BROCK, of North cove, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the late Mr James Barber of Beccles.


3 August, at Wenhaston, while on a visit to his son-in-law Mr John GEATER, Mr Robert APPLETON, architect and surveyor, Halesworth, aged 68, deeply regretted by his family and friends.

5 August, at Beccles, where he had practised for upwards of 30 years, much esteemed and respected, in the 60th year of his age. John Crisp WEBSTER, Esq., solicitor.

Beccles Weekly News 16 August 1859 Page 4, column 4


In April last, aged 42, to the great grief of his family and friends, John Bell ALLCOCK, the only son of the late Mr Robert ALLCOCK, of Beccles, who was unfortunately drowned while on his passage from New Zealand to Port Phillip.

8 August, at Yarmouth, Ann, widow of Mr Robert JOHNSON, aged 69 years.

10 August, at Southwold, aged 75, Mary, relict of Mr Edward COOTES, late of Brundish.

Beccles Weekly News 23 August 1859 Page 4, column 4


18 August, at Bungay, deeply regretted, Mrs Eliza BELLMAN, the wife of Mr Henry BELLMAN, solicitor and clerk to the magistrates.

At Aldeby Vicarage, on the 21st of August, Isabella Marion, daughter of Rev A.W. BOYCOTT, aged 15 months.

Beccles Weekly News 30 August 1859 Page 4, column 5


18 August, at Thorness near West Cowes, Isle of Wight, the wife of Alfred HUGHES, Esq., of a daughter.

Beccles Weekly News 6 September 1859 Page 4, 5


25 August, at Henstead, Mr Mark ROPE, late of Shipmeadow, aged 68 years.

Died at Gillingham, on the 3rd August, aged 65, Easther [sic] wife of Thomas PARKER, Esq.,and daughter of the late Samuel SHAW, of that place.

Beccles Weekly News 13 September 1859 Page 4, column 4 


On Thursday last, Lucy Anna, infant daughter of Mr E. BUCK, wine merchant, Beccles, aged five months.

Beccles Weekly News 20 September 1859 Page 4, column 3


14 September, at St Mary's Church, Bungay, by the Rev Frederick BARKWAY, of Holy Trinity, Mr Frederick FREEMAN, of Bedingfield, to Sarah, third daughter of Charles GARNEYS, Esq., of Bungay, surgeon.

14 September, at Carlton St Peter, by the Rev Alfred SLIPPER,James South CLARKE, Esq.,, of Kirby Cane, second son of the late Rev Charles CLARKE, of Hulver to Deborah Hylton, only child of the late William HAYWARD, Esq., and niece of J. HYLTON, Esq., of Carlton.

Beccles Weekly News 27 September 1859 Page 4, column 4


19 September, by the Rev F. BARKWAY, Mr J.E.L. HUDSON, of Bungay, ironmonger, to Mrs Elizabeth V. BURSTALL, widow of the late Mr Robert BURSTALL, merchant and miller.

20 September, at Holy Trinity, Bungay, by the Rev F. BARKWAY, assisted by the Rev A. O. HARTLEY, James WILLIAMSON, M.D., London, to Emma, only daughter of the late N.B. FISHER, surgeon, Bungay.

20 September, at Holy Trinity, Bungay, by the Rev F. BARKWAY, assisted by the Rev A. O. HARTELY,Charles Holdrich FISHER, M.D., Sittingbourne, Kent, to Ellen, second daughter of Henry ORFEUR, Esq., of Great Yarmouth.

21 September, by the Rev H. JODRELL, Mr Allington CARMAN, of Shadingfield, to Isabella, only daughter of Thos. WOODTHORPE, of Gisleham.


18 September, at Bungay, Pearse WALKER, Esq., aged 74 years.

20 September, at Beccles, suddenly, aged 45, Mr John ALEXANDER, gate-house- keeper to the Eastern Counties Railway Company.

20 September, aged 49, after a long and painful affliction, borne with christian fortitude, Eliza Ann, the beloved wife of George BRETT, of Gislingham, and daughter of the late Mr Edward FROST of Bury.

21 September, in Upper Westbourne Terrace, London, in his 57th year, the Rev Richard DAY.