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

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 7 September 1869 Page 5, column 5

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MARRIAGES

CREASY --- CUPPER. On the 1st September, at Bredfield [sic], by the Rev F.S DRAKE, Mr Alfred CREASY, of Framlingham, to Alice Clara, eldest daughter of Mr Alfred CUPPER, of the White House, Bedfield [sic]. [There appears to be both a Bedfield and a Bredfield in Suffolk. I am not sure if the announcement is accurate as it stands, or if there was some confusion between the two in the announcement.]

LACEY --- LINCOLN.On the 31st August, at St George's Church, Tombland, by the Rev J. W MILLARD, Arthur John, only son of John G. LACEY, builder, Princes-street, to Bessy, the third daughter of Morris LINCOLN, both of Norwich.

PURDY --- SAYER. On the 30th August, at St Andrews, Edinburgh, by the Rev James WRIGHT, Alfred PURDY, of Addingham, Yorkshire, to Susannah Emma, fifth daughter of Mr J.W. SAYER, Diss.

RESKER --- COOK. On the 1st September, at Holy Trinity Church, Islington, by the Rev James Wareing [sic] BARDSLEY, vicar of St Peter's, Greenwich, the Rev Robert Root RESKER, minister of St Mark's, Walworth, to Martha, youngest daughter of Mr John COOK, of Islington, and Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

DEATHS

ADCOCK --- On the 28th August, at Little Walsingham, John Christopher, eldest son of the late John Fleming ADCOCK, surgeon of that parish, aged 39.

JONES --- On the 30th August, at Crammer Hall, Harry Daniel, son of Sir Willoughby JONES, Bart., aged 1 year.

KINDALL --- On the 28th August, at 9, Fitzwilliam-road, Clapham, aged 24 years, Emily Bolingbroke, wife of T.E.O. KINDALL, Esq., and eldest child of R.R.B. NORMAN, Esq., surgeon, Great Yarmouth. Beloved and lamented by all.

WARDLE --- On the 30th August, at Attleborough, in his 22nd year, Frederick Otter, only son of Mr F. WARDLE, of that place.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 14 September 1869 Page 5, column 5

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MARRIAGES

HAMBY --- CORBYN. On Thursday, 9th September, at the Congregational Chapel, Beccles, by the Rev John FLOWER, Mr Thomas Keer HAMBY, North Cove, to Eleanor, second daughter of Mr J.B. CORBYN, Beccles.

HEATH --- CORBYN. On the 9th September, at the Congregational Chapel, Beccles, by the Rev John FLOWER, Mr David HEATH, London, to Anna Maria, third daughter of Mr J.B CORBYN, Beccles.

WALKER --- JOHNSTON. On the 7th September, at Northrepps, Norfolk, by the Rev D.F. WILSON, vicar of Mitcham, Arthur DeNoe WALKER, Esq., M.D., to Catherine Isabel, youngest daughter of the late Andrew JOHNSTON, Esq., of Holton, Suffolk.

WOOD --- GOWING. On the 9th June, in New Zealand, by the Rev J. TOWNSEND, James Morris, eldest son of James WOOD, Esq., of Surrey, to Harriet Emily, youngest daughter of the late James Warden GOWING, Esq., of Aldeby Hall, in this county, and Nelson Terrace, Lowestoft.

DEATHS

PLACE --- On the 7th September, at Wickham Market, Charlotte Ann, relict of the Rev Harry Jordan PLACE, rector of Marnhull, Dorset, aged 70.

THOMPSON --- On Monday, the 6th September, at Blackheath, aged 80, Lieut.-General Perronet THOMPSON, F.R.S., author of the "Anti - Corn Law Catechism," and one of the earliest and most active associates of COBHAM, BRIGHT, VILLIERS, etc in the promotion of free trade.

TOLL --- On the 7th September, aged 90, Miss Hannah TOLL, of Seckford Street, Woodbridge.

WARD --- On the 6th September, at Beccles, Sophia, wife of George WARD, labourer, in the 44th year of her age.

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East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 14 September 1869 Page 6, columns 3 & 4

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YARMOUTH ......Police Court. Tuesday.---Before R. HAMMOND, Esq., (in the chair), J. FENN, P. PULLYN, J. SCOTT, C.E. BARTRAM, E.H.L. PRESTON, and J. OWLES, Esqrs. Drunkenness. William PARROCK, charged with being drunk and disorderly in the Market Place, was fined 5 Shillings. The defendant, who belongs to Blofield, said he had no money in his pocket, and was locked up in default. John DOYLE and John PARNWELL, apprentices, in the service of Messrs. HEWITT and Co. (limited), Gorleston, were charged with absconding from their smack. Inspector POOLE stated that on Saturday night he went to the boys' beds at the "Home," and found they had run away. He subsequently made enquiries and discovered them concealed in Yarmouth. The defendants said they did not like the smack in which they were placed, and they wished to be removed from it. They were sentenced to 14 days' hard labour. Rival Photographers. Isaac LEVI, photographer, was charged with assaulting another photographer named Arthur WINTER. The complainant said that on Monday evening, about six o'clock, he was standing in the South Market Road, talking with Mr DICKIE, when the defendant came up to him and asked to speak to him. He replied that he was engaged, whereupon the defendant seized him by the throat and struck him a tremendous blow in the face, saying, "Take that, you b----." This was corroborated by James DICKIE. Defendant said the complainant was in the habit of annoying him on the beach, where they both took likenesses. The complainant declared that he (LEVI) could not take a picture, he got provoked, and confessed to giving him the blow. The Bench fined the defendant forty Shillings and costs, or in default one month's hard labour.

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East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 14 September 1869 Page 8, column 2

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EPITOME OF SUFFOLK NEWS ......Found Dead In Bed.---An inquest was held on Thursday, at Helmingham before W.B.ROSS, Esq., Deputy Coroner, on the body of Isaac LENNY. Susan LENNY, widow of the deceased, said her husband was about fifty-six years of age. He had suffered during the hot weather from rheumatism, and on Tuesday last complained a great deal of feeling unwell and said that his work was too much for him. Deceased ate some cabbage and hot pork for supper, and went to bed about ten o'clock. Witness did not go to bed until nearly 12 o'clock, and her husband then appeared to be asleep. About half-past four o'clock she woke up and said to her husband, "I think it is time to get up," but he made no reply. She then called her son, who was sleeping in the next room, and after striking a light found that deceased was dead. She had no reason to believe but what death was natural. - Robert LENNY, son of deceased, said that on Tuesday his father and he had been cutting beans at Mr KERSEY's. He heard his father complain of pains in his back. He corroborated last witness as to finding deceased dead in his bed on the morning of Wednesday. - James SHEPPARD, labourer, also spoke as to finding deceased dead in the way described by the first witness. Mr G.F.W. MEADOWS, surgeon, Otley, said he had known deceased for many years. In consequence of being sent for he attended at deceased's house on Wednesday morning last, and found deceased dead. His opinion was that deceased died from affection of the heart, and that death was accelerated by the supper he ate of indigestible food after a hard day's work. he had no doubt but death was natural. - The Jury returned a verdict accordingly.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 21 September 1869 Page 5, column 5

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MARRIAGES

CAMPBELL --- OLIVER. On the 9th September, at Snettisham, Norfolk, the Rev William Fraser CAMPBELL, M.A., and B.C.L., of Christ Church, Oxford, to Georgina Jane, eldest daughter of Lionel OLIVER, of Fitzroy Square, and Summerhill Heacham, Norfolk, barrister-at-law.

FREMBD --- WISKER. On the 12th September, at St Nicholas' Church, Yarmouth, by the Rev J.W COLVIN, Mr Chas. [sic] FREMBD, of Whitechapel, to Christine WISKER.

GRAY --- DURRANT. On the 13th September, at St Nicholas' Church, Yarmouth, by the Rev F.C.CLUTTERBUCK, Mr Adolphus GRAY, to Laura DURRANT.

MOORE --- DAWDRY. On the 12th September, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Lowestoft, by the Rev S.H. WARDLEY, Wm. [sic] MOORE, of Rudham, in this county, to Agnes Bailey DAWDRY, of London.

NURSE ---YOUELS. On the 16th September, at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Rockland St Peter, by the Rev George SEAMEN, Mr Robert NURSE, of Thetford, to Susannah, second daughter of the late Mr William YOUELS, grocer, Harling.

ROBINSON --- MASTER. On the 16th September, at St Giles' Church, Norwich, by the Rev George Ash BUTTERTON, D.D, late Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, Robert Alleyne ROBINSON, Esq., M.A., private secretary to the Earl of Lonsdale, to Jessie Sophia, third daughter of Alfred MASTER, Esq.

SCOTT --- CHETTLEBURGH [sic]. On the 14th September, at St George's, Tombland, by the Rev Precentor SYMONDS, Mr T.J. SCOTT, to Harriet Ann, youngest daughter of Mr Robert CHITTLEBURGH [sic], Tombland.

SIMS --- EASTER. On the 14th September, at St Nicholas' Church, Yarmouth, by the Rev J.W. COLVIN, Mr William SIMS, to Susannah EASTER.

WARREN --- WATLING. On the 14th September, at Sotterley, by the Rev S.S. WARMOLL, rector, William George, second son of Mr John WARREN, of Marston Magna, Somersetshire, to Hannah Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr Robert WATLING, of the former place.

WRIGHT --- BOREHAM. On the 16th September, at Cantley Church, by the Rev J.B. GILBERT, Mr Thomas F. WRIGHT, C.E., of Norwich, to Kate Emma, second daughter of John B. BOREHAM, Esq., the Grange, Cantley.

DEATHS

ANSTRUTHER --- Recently, at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, Sir Windham Carmichael ANSTRUTHER, Bart., of Carmichael, in the 77th year of his age.

BARLOW --- On the 12th September, at his residence, West Hill, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, Capt. B. BARLOW, late of H.M.'s 38th Regiment, aged 79, most deeply mourned.

BURRAGE --- On the 7th September, Maud Eliza, youngest daughter of Fred. J. BURRAGE, Tombland, Norwich, aged 9 months.

EAGLE --- On the 12th September, at Badley Hall, Ardleigh, Elizabeth Sarah, the eldest and beloved daughter of Mr J. EAGLE.

LANE --- On the 16th September, at Nelson Road, Yarmouth, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr James C. LANE, aged 75 years, after many years of painful affliction, which she bore with patience and Christian fortitude.

LING --- On the 13th September, at Gorleston, Suffolk, deeply mourned, Susan, the beloved wife of William Squire LING, surgeon, Brightlingsea, Essex, aged 25.

MEADE --- On the 11th September, at Torquay, Arabella, widow of Sir John MEADE, K.H., and daughter of Fonatain [sic] NORTH, Esq., of Rougham, Norfolk, in the 83rd year of her age.

SMITH --- On the 11th September, North Quay, Yarmouth, Mr Jeremiah SMITH, farmer, aged 71 years.

WEBB --- On the 10th September, at Row 58, Yarmouth, Mr Richard Baggot WEBB, pilot, aged 88 years.

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East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 21 September 1869 Page 5, column 2

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BECCLES ......Petty Sessions. Friday, September 7.---Before R. DASHWOOD (Chairman), J.F. VINCENT, E.B. FISK (Mayor), and W.W. GARNHAM, Esqrs. (Deputy-Mayor.) Assault. Sarah ALEXANDER was charged by Elizabeth HUNTING with assaulting her at Worlingham, on the 7th September. The plaintiff said she and defendant were gleaning in a field, and as she gleaned the bundles she tied them up, and laid them on the ground. Mrs HUNTING marked hers with a piece of red worsted. The defendant also gleaned, and tied the wheat in bunches and laid then down beside Mrs HUNTING's. On leaving the field, Mrs HUNTING went to take up her bundles, when Mrs ALEXANDER interposed and said that a bundle taken by Mrs HUNTING was hers. A scuffle ensued, in which Mrs HUNTING was thrown to the ground by Mrs ALEXANDER. Mrs HUNTING, not liking to be worsted, got up, but was again quickly laid on the ground, and this time, being much excited, the defendant knelt upon her, till they were separated by Harriet TILLS and Hannah CUTTING, who were both called as witnesses. Mr KENT, senr., appeared for Mrs ALEXANDER, who, after reviewing the evidence of the plaintiff and her witnesses, called, on behalf of his client, Mrs BLOWERS, and old lady of three score years and ten, and Harriet COLE, who both stated that there was no assault, and that what Mrs ALEXANDER did was merely in self-defence, and to save herself from the violent attacks of the plaintiff. The Bench, after consultation, dismissed the case.

East Suffolk Gazette And Beccles And Bungay Weekly News 28 September 1869 Page 8, column 2

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MARRIAGES

BARNES --- ROBINSON. On the 23rd September, at Mendlesham by the Rev E.R.M. WHITE, George BARNES, of Wingfield, to Jane, youngest surviving daughter of the late Mr John ROBINSON, Park Farm, Mendlesham.

BLATHWAYT --- DEWING. On the 15th September, at St Giles' Church, Norwich, by the Rev James DEWING, rector of Dodbrooke, Devon, assisted by the Rev Raymond BLATHWAYT, Esq., chaplain, Woking, George Wynter BLATHWAYT, Esq., late of Arundel House, St Mary Church, Torquay, to Sally, youngest daughter of the late William DEWING, Esq., of North CREAKE, Norfolk.

POOLEY --- GREEN. On the 22nd September, at St George's Shimpling, by the Rev J.W MILLAID, rector, Mr Benjamin POOLEY, of the White Horse, Horham, Suffolk, to Maria, eldest daughter of Mr H. GREEN, of Shimpling Hall, Norfolk.

DEATHS

FENNELL --- On the 22nd September, at her residence, in St Mary's Square, Bury St Edmund's, at the advanced age of 95, Sarah FENNELL, one of the Society of Friends, and, we believe, the largest individual shareholder in the National Provincial Bank.

KING --- On the 23rd September, Mr Chad KING, tailor, Bungay, aged 76 years.

RUTH --- On the 26th September, at Beccles, Emily, wife of Stephen RUTH, aged 80 years.

TYRELL --- On the 25th September, after a very painful illness, Mark William TYRELL, much beloved by a large family and a numerous circle of friends, and more than 50 years in the employ of GROUT and Company, aged 69 years.

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