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Transcriptions of the Births, Marriages and Deaths from the Malton Messenger for the year 1856


5th January 1856

BIRTHS

  • At Norton, on the 28th ult., the wife of Mr. STAVELY, Wallgate, grocer, of a son.
MARRIAGES
  • On Tuesday, January 1st, at the Registrar's Office, Hackney, Middlesex, Dr. ROGERS, late of Malton, to Alice, only daughter of the late William CASTERTON, Esq., of Dalston, and widow of Henry BURNSTED, Esq.
  • At Amotherby, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. C.P. CLEAVER, Mr. James TAYLOR, of Coneysthorpe, to Miss Elizabeth PREST, of Swinton.
  • On the 1st inst., at Leeds parish church, by the Rev. F.G. Hume SMITH, Mr. George GAUNT, painter, Wortley, to Miss Jane RUSTON, of Aberford, late of Malton.
  • On the 3rd inst., at St. John's Church, Wakefield, by the Rev. J. KILBY, James BOINTON, Esq., solicitor, Leeds, to Miss Hannah JACKSON, of York House, daughter of the late Wm. JACKSON, Esq., of Wakefield, formerly of Malton, corn factor.
DIED
  • On the 18th Oct., at Pickering, Canada West, aged 56, Mr. John SADLER, eldest son of Mr. Wilfred SADLER, late of Thornton, near Pickering, Yorkshire.
  • At Ryton, on the 21st ult., Mr. William OLIVER, farmer, aged 53.
  • On Wednesday, the 26th ult., aged 79, John TAYLOR, Esq., of Burnham, Lincolnshire, and formerly of Salton, near Malton, Yorkshire.
  • On Friday, the 25th ult., at Brighton, aged 73 years, Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. John LEIFCHILD, D.D.
  • On Thursday, the 27th ult., at St. John's Wood, London, Josiah COADER, Esq.., in his 67th year. The deceased was a gentleman of great learning and ability as a journalist. During the past 23 years he officiated as editor of the PATRIOT and previous to which he was the proprietor and editor of the ELECTRIC REVIEW.
  • At Swinton, on the 30th ult., Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr. John MARTIN, mason, aged 17 months; also, at the same place, on the 1st inst., aged 2 years, Ellen SPAVEN.
  • On Wednesday, the 2nd inst., at Pickering, in her 4th year, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Dr. SCHOFIELD.

12th January 1856

MARRIAGES

  • On Tuesday, the 1st inst., at Stockton, Mr. Isaiah CARTER of Thornaby, to Miss Mary WEDGEWOOD, of Acklam.
  • On Monday, the 7th inst., at Norton church, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr. William Pallister SHAW, cordwainer, to Miss Emma HEBDON, Norton.
  • On Tuesday, the 8th inst., at St. Michael's church, by the Rev. W. CARTER, assisted by the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, J.W. WILLIAMSON Esq., to Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr. John DAVISON, innkeeper, all of Malton.
DIED
  • At West Heslerton, on the 2nd inst., in the 91st year of his age, Mr. Thomas COULTAS, much respected.
  • On Thursday, the 3rd inst., at Whitby, aged 72, Mr. Wm. READSHAW, baker.
  • At the Queen's Head Inn, Amotherby, on the 5th instant, Charles, second son of Mr. John AVISON, aged 3 years; and on the 7th, also in Amotherby, Elizabeth RACE, aged 5 months.
  • At Appleton-le-Street, on the 7th inst., Ann, relict of the late Mr. George HOOD, and mother of Mrs. G. NELSON, late of the King's Head inn, Malton, aged 82.
  • On the 8th inst., at the house of her uncle, Mr. R. COOPER, butcher, Swinton, Sarah Ann HARRISON, aged 5 years.

19th January 1856

MARRIAGES

  • At St. Leonard's church, on Sunday morning last, Mr. Geo. STEPHENSON, of Norton, Miss Christiana WALKER, of Malton.
  • At St., Michaels's church, on Monday last, the 14th inst., by the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, Mr. James JENISON, compositor, to Miss Eliza BRADLEY, both of Malton.
  • On Tuesday, the 15th inst., in St. Michael's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr. Robt. S. RICHARDSON, Northgate-house, Market Weighton, to Miss LUCCOCK, New Malton.
DIED
  • On the 10th, at Old Malton, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Thos. BROOKS, farmer, aged 8 years.
  • On the 11th, at New Malton, Miss Mary WRAY, aged 77 years.
  • Same day, aged 21, Anne, the wife of Mr. Samuel HARDY, of Sledmere, and daughter of Mr. Thos. COOPER, Wetwang.
  • On the 12th, at Old Malton, Mr. John HARDCASTLE, farmer, aged 66 years.
  • At Norton, on Saturday last, aged 79, Alice, widow of the late John WARD.
  • On the 14th, at New Malton, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Chas. PRUDAMES, butcher, aged 15 years.
  • At New Malton, on the 15th, Mary, wife of Mr. William HUDSON, aged 70 years.
  • At Norton, on the 17th, very suddenly, aged 78, Mr. Wm. ROE, highly respected.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr. John BEATTY, shoemaker, aged 41 years.

26th January 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 6th inst., at Hildenley, the wife of Mr. James JACKSON, butler, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES
  • On the 16th inst., at the Friends' Meeting-house, Thornton-le-clay, Thomas CONING, grocer, York, to Mary, second daughter of Robert CLARK, farmer, Sheriff Hutton.
  • On Monday last, at Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr. Edward BANKS, to Miss Ellen WRAY, both of Norton.
  • At Settrington Church, on Thursday the 24th inst., Mr. William MARRINER, of Barugh, to Miss Ann HARRISON, of Settrington.
DIED
  • At West Heslerton, on the 2nd inst., in the 78th year of his age, Mr. Wm. THOMPSON, farmer, much respected, and deeply lamented, by his surviving friends.
  • On Wednesday the 9th inst., Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr. John PICKERING, of Little Weighton, farmer, aged 73.
  • On Sunday last, at her brother's residence, Easingwold, aged 58, Miss CLOUGH.

2nd February 1856

BIRTHS

  • On Wednesday, the 23rd ult., at Renwton? Croft, near Helmsley, the wife of Mr. Robert PEARSON of a son.
  • On Wednesday, the 30th ult., Mrs Matthew BREWSTER, of Kennithorpe, of a son.
  • On Friday, the 25th ult., Mrs WALKER, Coneysthorpe, of a son.
  • On Wednesday, the 30th ult., at Broughton, Jane, wife of Mr. David HUTCHINSON, of a daughter.
MARRIAGES
  • On Wednesday, the 23rd ult., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. DINGLE, Captain Thomas ROBINSON, to Eleanor, second daughter of the late Captain William SANDERSON, of Whitby.
  • On Wednesday, the 23rd ult., at Glenavy church, county Antrim, Ireland, by the rev. the officiating minister, J. Noble BYRNE, Esq., of Belfast, to Anne, oldest daughter of James CHARTERS, Esq., Glendona House.
  • On Saturday, the 28th ult., at Kirby-Grindalyth, by the Rev. T. BOWSTEAD, Mr. Thomas FRANKISH, Bainton, to Miss Jane SIMPSON, eldest daughter of Mr. William SIMPSON, of Duggleby.
  • On Monday, the 28th ult., at Norton, by the Rev. J. SWAINSON, Mr. George BILTON, of Milford, Railway inspector, to Miss Esther RICHMOND, of Norton.
  • On Tuesday, the 29th ult., at Helmsley, by the Rev. George DIXON, Mr. Benjamin WOOD, of that place, butcher, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert MEDD, of the Golden Lion Inn, Helmsley.
  • At South Kilvington, on Tuesday last, Mr. Joseph RAWLING, of Thirsk, to Miss M.A. WARE, eldest daughter or Mr. Thos. P. WARE, of that place.
  • On Saturday, the 26th ult., at Gilling, by the Rev. J. H. BARNS, M.A. Mr. J. BULMER, to Ann, daughter of Mr. John BIELBY, of Appleton-le-Street.
  • Same day, at Amotherby, by the Rev. J. SWAINSON, Mr. John PETCH, of Yeddingham, to Mrs. Sarah JACKSON, of Swinton. The blooming bride is in her fiftieth year, mother to ten, and grandmother to five children.
DIED
  • On Wednesday, the 23rd ult., at Bradford, of consumption, Miss Ann DOVENOR, aged 16.
  • On Sunday, the 27th ult., at Rivaulx, much respected, aged 61, Mary, the wife of Mr. William SHERWOOD.
  • On Sunday, the 20th ult., at Coneysthorpe, Mr. Joseph MENNELL, stone-mason, aged 72.
  • On Sunday, the 29th ult., at his residence, at St. Leonard's Place, York, at an advanced age, Thomas PRICE Esq.
  • On Thursday, the 24th ult., at Jersey, aged 80 H. CHILTON, Esq., late of Whitby.
  • On Saturday, the 19th ult., at New Malton, aged 97, Mrs. Mary RUDDOCK, mother of Mr. John JONES, late of the Sun Inn, Malton.
  • On Saturday, the 24th ult., suddenly, at Liverpool, aged 70, the Right Rev. George BROWN, DID. Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool.
  • On Wednesday, the 23rd ult., aged 27, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. R. HURWORTH, of Waterloo-place, York.
  • Same day, at York, aged 92, Mr. John PEGG, farmer, late of Wilberfoss.
  • On Sunday, the 20th ult., at Redcar, aged 41, Wm. FOWLE Esq., barrister-at-law, late of Northallerton, youngest son of the late Rev. T. H. FOWLE, Vicar of North Otterington.
  • On Thursday, the 31st ult., at Settrington, after a lingering illness, Joseph SPENCE jun., aged 32 years.
  • On the 5th ult., at Jheelum, Lahore, India, aged 28, Lieutenant Charles P. GENESTE, Paymaster of her Majesty's 24th Regiment, eldest son of the late Charles GENESTE, Esq., advocate, Douglas, Isle of Man and brother of Lieutenant Louis GENESTE R.N. who commanded the boat of her Majesty's ship Cossack, at Hango.

9th February 1856

MARRIED

  • On the 31st ult., at the parish church, Stokesley, by the Rev. C. CATOR, Mr. W. JACKSON, draper, to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Thos. GRUNDON, farmer, Barnard Castle.
  • On Monday, the 4th inst., at the Catholic chapel, Malton, by the Rev. W. ABBEY, vicar, Mr. John SANDERSON, butcher, Salton Grange, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Mr. George CUNNING, cattle dealer, Edstone.
  • Same day, at the Catholic chapel Scarboro', by the Rev. J. WALKER, Samuel Standish SHACKLES, Esq., surgeon, Park-square, Leeds, to Miss Thomasine Robson WOODFALL, of Highfield House, Scalby, near Scarboro'.
DEATHS
  • On the 29th ult., aged 70, Mr John PEAT, lodging-house keeper, Scarborough.
  • On the 30th ult., aged 30, Mr. Thomas LAWSON, of Scarboro', retired laceman.
  • On the 31st ult., aged 17, Abraham, son of Mr. Robt. WARD, of Helmsley, saddler.
  • Same day, at Whitby, aged 66, Richard BROWSTER, Esq.
  • Same day, at Ampleforth, aged 17, Mary, daughter of Mr. Robt. GARBUTT.
  • On the 1st inst., at Newmarket, after a long and painful illness, aged 37, Mr. Francis BUTLER, the celebrated jockey.
  • On the 1st inst., at Levisham, Mrs. P. JACKSON, aged 87 years.
  • On the 1st inst., at Levisham, Mrs Sarah HILL, aged 85 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Settrington, John WETHERILL, aged 17, pupil teacher in the National School, and son of the late Mr. John WEATHERILL, of Roos, in Holderness.
  • On the 5th inst., at Norton, Mrs Elizabeth HARRISON, aged 83 years.
  • Same day, very suddenly, in the 26th year of his age, William, son of Mr. Wm. SIMPSON, farmer, Kirby Misperton.
  • Same day, at his seat, Rose Castle, near Carlisle, the Hon. and Right Rev. Hugh PERCY, D.D. Bishop of Carlisle.
  • Same day, at Thirsk, aged 83, Mr. Michael FOX, saddler.
  • Same day, at Thirsk, aged 94, Mrs ROSE, widow of the late Mr. John ROSE, joiner, St. James's Green?.

23rd February 1856

BIRTHS

  • On Sunday, the wife of Mr. C DRAKE, currier, Malton, of a son.
  • On the 13th inst., at Huttons' Ambo, the wife of Thos. RENNISON, Blacksmith, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th inst., at Swinton, Mrs. J. BOAVILL, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 14th inst., in her 89th year, Jane, widow of Mr. Jno. RILEY, of Little Stonegate, York.
  • On the 14th inst., at Malton, Jane, wife, of John WRAY, coal porter, aged 39 years.
  • On the 17th inst., at Malton, Thomas FIELD, tailor, aged 21, son of Mr. George FIELD, hair-dresser, Saville-street.
  • On the 19th inst., at Malton, from a fit of apoplexy, Mr. Kirton WAUDBY, aged 76.
  • On the same day, and at the same place, Charlotte, wife of Mr. William MARSHALL, formerly TASKER, aged 36.
  • Same day, at Romanby, near Northallerton, Mr. John NEWTON innkeeper.
  • On the 20th inst., at Malton, after a long and tedious illness of two years and six months, borne with patience and resignation, John EXLEY, M.D., aged 48 years.

1st March 1856

BIRTH

  • On Monday, Feb. 25, at Durham, the wife of the rev. John B. DYKES, Precentor of Durham, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 26th ult., at Sherburn, by the Rev. J. MASON, Miss Hannah ATKINSON, of that place, to Mr. ROBERT SMITH, of Knapton.
  • Same day, at Boston Spa, by the Rev. W. S. HORNER, Wm. Burton, Esq., Lawrence-street, York, to Pauline, third daughter of Mr. BURTON, of Potterton Grange.
DEATH
  • On the 25th ult., John James IBBOTSON, of Nafferton, surgeon, aged 42 years, deeply lamented as a medical practitioner, the son of the late Rev. Thomas IBBOTSON, vicar of Ruston Parva, Lowthorpe, Garton and Skerne.

8th March 1856

BIRTH

  • On Sunday, the 2nd inst., at Thirsk, the wife of Mr. Wm. KIRBY, corn-merchant, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 3d instant, at St Martin's Church, Guernsey, Geo. SMITH, Esq., 79th Highlanders, of Otterington House, near Northallerton, to Wilhemina Maria, only child of the late Captain W. Le M. TUPPER, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and late Colonel of the British Auxiliary Legion in Spain.
DEATHS
  • At Appleton-le-Moor, on the 21st of Feb. aged 63, Mr. Robert BAILEY, draper and general provision dealer. Deceased was highly respected, and his remains were accompanied to the grave by the whole of the male population of Appleton.
  • On the 27th ult., at Kilburn Park, near Thirsk, aged 76, Mrs ESHELBY.
  • On the 28th ult., at Thorpe Bassett, aged 18 months, Thomas DRESSER, the dearly-beloved son of Mr. Laycock, farmer.
  • On the 29th ult., at Hutton Sessay, near Thirsk, Mr Wm. WHITWELL, aged 38 years, much respected.
  • On the 1st inst., aged 70, Miss Lydia DUCKET, for 50 years housekeeper to W. CARVER, Esq., Bagby, near Thirsk.
  • On the 2d inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Wm. HARRISON, of Wharram, aged 70 years.
  • On the 3d inst., at Norton, Mr. Richard SMITH, farmer, aged 58.
  • On the 4th inst., aged 85, Mr. HARVEY, of villa-place, Thirsk.

15th March 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 3rd inst., at Malton, Mrs MEDD, the wife of Mr. E. MEDD, of a son.
  • Same day, Mrs SHARPE, wife of Mr John SHARP, of a daughter.
  • On the 7th inst., at Norton, Mrs WOFFINDEN, wife of Mr John WOFFINDEN, of a son.
  • On the 9th inst., at Hamley, the wife of Mr. R. OTTERBURN, farmer, of twin-daughters. Hamley only contains three houses, and this is the second case of twin-daughters within a twelvemonth.
  • Same day, at Castle-Howard Park, the wife of Mr William KIRBY of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Thirsk, the wife of Mr. Thos. BARKER, painter, of twins, a son and a daughter.
  • On the 13th inst., at Little Barugh, the wife of Mr. George SKELTON, farmer, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr. William WALKER of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 4th inst., at Stonegrave, by the Rev. A.W. WETHERALL, Mr. James FETENBY, youngest son of the late Mr. Mark FEATENBY of Nunnington, to Ann, sixth daughter of James SISSONS, Esq., of Ivy Hall, Prospect Place, Nunnington.
  • On the 10th inst., at Hull High Church, Mr. R. W. SHERWOOD, farmer, Nafferton, to Miss Ann OXTOBY, Thwing.
DEATHS
  • On the 2nd inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Miss Ann BROWN, for many years a respectable shopkeeper in the place, aged 73 years; at the same place, on the 7th inst., Rachel, widow of Michael TAYLOR, late of the 18th Light Dragoons, aged 70 years.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Ryton, Ellen, daughter of Mr. William FOSTON, farmer, aged 1 day.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Grove Cottage, Norton, Mr. Richard SMITH, aged 58 years.
  • On the 5th inst., at Malton, Maria, daughter of George SIMPSON, butcher, aged 1 year.
  • Same day, at Ryton, Ann, daughter of William FOXTON, aged 4 days.
  • On the 6th inst., at Norton, Mary, wife of John SHARP, shoemaker, aged 33; also, at the same time and place, the infant of the above.
  • On the 7th inst., at Malton, Rebecca, daughter of Michael COLLINS, aged 12 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, Sarah, wife of Andrew ABBEY, aged 57 years.
  • On the 5th inst., at Norton, William, son of Mr. Thomas KIRBY, aged 16 years. Deceased was much and deservedly respected by a circle of friends.
  • On the 11th inst., at Settrington rectory, Mrs. LONG, wife of the Ven. Archdeacon LONG, aged 41 years.

22nd March 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr. H. ALLERSTOR, of a son.
  • On Monday, the 17th inst., at Pickering, the wife of Mr. Wm. FOSTER, draper and grocer, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On Saturday, the 15th inst. at Weaverthorpe, by the Rev. W. TAYLOR, Mr. Thos. HEBBLETHWAITE, of Weaverthorpe, to Ellen Savina, Buxton, second daughter of Mr. Thos. BUXTON, iron founder, Malton.
DEATHS
  • On the 7th inst., at Prior Ridge, near Ampleforth, Rachael ALDERSON, aged 83 years. She was a constant member of the Wesleyan body 60 years. Her end was peace.
  • On Thursday, the 13th inst., aged 15 years, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation, Hannah, second daughter of R.N. HODGSON, Sherburn, near Malton.
  • On Friday, the 14th inst., W. THOMPSON, aged 16 years, of this town.
  • On Saturday, the 15th inst., at Scampston, Mr. Jas. TINDALL, aged 43 years, deeply lamented.
  • Same day, at Easingwold, Mr. Jas. CARISS, aged 73, much respected.
  • At the same time and place, Mary, the wife of Mr. John PYBUS, aged 73, late of Ampleforth.
  • On Sunday, the 16th inst., aged 28 years, Mary, the wife of Mr. E. MEDD, roper, of this town.
  • Same day, at Harton, Mrs GRAVES, the wife of Mr John GRAVES, farmer, aged 45 years.
  • On Monday, the 17th inst., at Settrington, Wood House, Mary, wife of the late Mr. Robt. FISHER, aged 81 years.
  • On Monday, March 17th, at Langton, Mr. James WALTON, aged 30 years, much respected.

29th March 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 23rd inst., at West Heslerton, the wife of Mr. Geo. BEAL, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 18th inst., at Kirby Underdale, by the Rev. J.W. ATKINSON, Thomas, second son of the late Peter HATFIELD, Esq., of Ellerton Hall, near Howden, to Diana, fourth daughter of the late Wm. PEARS, Esq., Kirby Underdale.
  • On the 21st inst., at the parish church, Normanby, by the Rev. J. HILL, Mr. David BARR, to Miss Rachael RAWLING.
  • On the 22nd inst., at St. Mary's, Old Malton, by the Rev. J. WALKER, Mr. Wm. Arundel, of Slingsby, to Miss Rebecca STOCKDALE, of Old Malton.
  • Same day, at Burton-on-Trent, Mr. Wm. ELLERKER, of London, son of Mr. Matthew ELLERKER, of Kirby Moorside, to Miss M. E. HOWE, of the former place.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Brompton, Mr. David DALE, of Settrington, to Miss Elizabeth NEESAM, second daughter of the late Francis NEESAM.
DEATHS
  • On the 15th inst., at Easingwold, aged 73, Mary, wife of Mr. John PYBUS, late of Ampleforth.
  • On the 18th inst., at Malta, aged 66, Lieut. General Sir Henry POTTINGER, Bart.
  • On the 20th inst., after a few days' illness, Mr. W. HARDWICK, farmer Wrelton, aged 50 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, Elizabeth, widow of the late James GARBUTT, aged 73 years.
  • On the 21st inst., in Chesham-place, London, Eliza, relict of Sir George WOMBWELL, Bart., of Newburgh Park, Yorkshire.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Norton, Mary, wife of Mr. William ROBINSON, aged 53 years.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Old Malton, Mary, daughter of Mr. F. SLATER, Jun., aged 7 years.
  • On the 24th inst., at Old Malton, Mary, infant daughter of Mr. J. CLARKSON.
  • Same day, at Bulmer, William, eldest son of Mr James KITCHIN, aged 20; at the same place, on the 26th, the wife of Mr. W. JONES, farmer, aged 30.

5th April 1856

BIRTHS

  • On Saturday, the 29th ult., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr. Thomas BURDETT of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., Mrs B. CARR, of Cropton, of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., at Newham Grange, near Stockton, the wife of Mr James HORNSEY of a daughter.
  • On Sunday, the 30th ult., at Pickering, the wife of Samuel LOY, Esq., of a son and heir.
MARRIED
  • On the 2nd inst., at Easingwold, by the Rev. W.L.L. CROFT, Mr. Francis PENTY, farmer, to Miss Elizabeth GILL, both of Easingwold.
  • On the 30th ult., at St. Mary's church, Old Malton, by the Rev. J. WALKER, Mr. Thomas TAYLOR, grocer, New Malton, to Miss H. HARDCASTLE, of old Malton.
  • on the 27th ult., at Christ's church, Paddington, by the Rev. R. HOOD, assisted by Dr. HESSEY, Letitia Georgiana Hanna THOMPSON, eldest daughter of J.R. THOMPSON, Esq., Sussex-square, London, to the Rev. Arthur CASENOVE, late of Rifle-terrace, Paddington.
  • On the 29th ult., at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Malton, by the Rev. M. BANKS, Mr. William MARTINDALE, to Miss Rebecca KING, both of Malton.
DEATHS
  • At the Workhouse, Malton, on the 28th ult., Mr John MARSHALL, aged 63 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Norton, Robert, on of Mr Robert ROSS, druggist, aged 5 years.
  • On the same day, at Old Malton, Jane, widow of Mr Geo. BOYES, aged 84 years.
  • On the 2nd of April, at Norton, the infant son of Mr. F. BAKER.
  • On the 15th ult., at Newton, Mr Christopher SMITH, aged 60 years. Deceased was the brother of Mr. Matthew SMITH, of Appleton-le-Moors, builder.
  • On the 19th ult., aged 11 years, William, son of Mr Wm. SCARTH, of Appleton-le-Moors.
  • On the 26th ult., aged 53, Mary, relict of Mr. James STOKES of Sledmere. She died in peace.
  • On the 30th ult., at East-Heslerton, after a lingering illness, Mr. James WOODILL, aged 51 years.

12th April 1856

BIRTH

  • On the 4th inst., at Wakefield, Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. James BULL, coach builder, late of New Malton, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 8th inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Geo. JOHNSON, labourer, to Mary CLARKE, widow.
  • On the 5th inst., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, Mr. Henry KIRBY, miller, to Miss Hannah DICKENSON, both of New Malton.
  • At St. Helen's church, York, Mr Wm. CHIPCHASE, of Birdsall, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr BRISKHAM, of York.
DEATHS
  • On the 10th inst., at Raskcliffe, Mrs. WEBSTER, wife of Mr. John WEBSTER. Her end was peace.
  • On the 8th inst., at New Malton, Suzannah, second daughter of the late Andrew TAYLOR, of the same place, aged 59 years.
  • On the 8th inst., at Easingwold, Mr. John HALL, farmer, after a short illness, aged 83.
  • On the 7th inst., at London, Ellen, wife of Abraham TOPHAM, Esq., High Mowthorpe, aged 27 years.
  • On the 7th inst., at Alne, Mr. Robert BELL, aged 74, much respected.
  • On the 6th inst., at Normanby, Hannah, relict of Mr John COATES, aged 93 years, much and deservedly respected.
  • On the 4th inst., at New Malton, Hannah, wife of Mr. Wm. UNDERWOOD, shoemaker, aged 45 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Norton, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Wm. ROBINSON, miller, aged 12 years.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Norton, the infant daughter of Mr. Francis BAKER, railway porter, aged 6 weeks.

19th April 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 12th inst., at Swinton the wife of Mr Simon Lister DAVISON, of a son.
  • On the 14th inst., at Rillington Field, Jane, the wife of Mr. Wm. CROSER, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Brawby, Hannah, the wife of Mr. Thomas SMITH, farmer, Lockton, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On Saturday last, at the Parish Church, Hackness, by the Rev Chas. Johnstone, Mr. John MARSHALL, farmer, of Suffield to Miss Ellis PASHBY, daughter of Wm. Pashby, farmer, of Scalby.
  • On the 13th inst., at Rillington, by the Rev. T. ADDISON, Mr Wm. CROSER, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Matthew BOWES, veterinary surgeon, all of that place.
  • On Monday last, at the Parish church, Scalby by the Rev. R.J. COOPER, curate, Mr John WARD, to Miss Hannah BARKER, both of that place.
  • On Tuesday last, at Bulmer, by the Rev. Chas. PRESTON, Mr Alfred FROST, of the firm of Storey, Frost, and Co., merchants, Hull, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr James ROWNTREE, Welburn.
  • On Wednesday last, at Scampston, by the Rev. T. ADDISON, Mr Wm. BOTTERILL, to Miss Emma HALL, both of that place.
  • On Thursday last, at the Friends' Meeting House, Thirsk, George BENSON, of York, to Sarah Ellis, daughter of the late Wm. BAKER, of Thirsk.
DEATHS
  • On the 4th inst., at Holgate Terrace House, York, in his 48th year, Charles, Robert COBB, Esq., formerly an eminent surgeon in Malton.
  • On the 10th inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr John WILFORD, weaver, aged 56 years,
  • On the 12th inst., Richard, son of Mr William BROWN, farmer, Newsham, aged 7 months.
  • On the 14th inst., at the same place, Mary TYERMAN, widow of the late Nathaniel TYERMAN, aged 51 years.
  • On the 13th inst., at Winton, Mrs WELSTRAP, formerly innkeeper Stokesley, aged 37 years.
  • On the 16th inst., at New Malton, Mr. Robert COATES, aged 86 years.
  • Same day, at Thirsk, the wife of Robert ARMITAGE, Esq., Borough Bailiff, aged 60 years.

26th April 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 12th instant, at Wrelton, the wife of H. HARDY, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Rosedale the wife of Mr John DAWSON, of twins (daughters).
  • On the 20th instant, at New Malton, the wife of Mr G. ALLEN, of a daughter.
  • On the 23rd instant, at Appleton-le-Street, the wife of Mr John LUND, farmer of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 12th inst., at Hull, with license, Mr. John HUNT, butcher, Huggate, to Miss Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr John PETLEY, Fridaythorpe.
  • On the 19th inst., at Wetwang, by the Rev. --- MATTHEWS, Mr William BRADSHAW, blacksmith, Sledmere, to Miss Caroline COX, of Wetwang.
  • On the 19th inst., at Weaverthorpe, by the Rev. F. W. TAYLOR, Mr N. MORRIS, Weaverthorpe, to Miss Rachel third daughter of Mr. Wm SKELTON, Helperthorpe.
  • On the 22nd inst., at the Parish Church, Brompton, by the Rev. W. J. MIDDLETON, vicar, Mr Isaac GARNETT, draper, to Miss Mary Ann SMITH, second daughter of Mr Jacob SMITH, farmer, all of Brompton, near Northallerton.
DEATHS
  • On the 11th inst., at Uppleby Villa, Easingwold, the beloved wife of Mr John ROOKLEDGE, chemist, &c., aged 28 years, respected by all who knew her. Her end was peace.
  • on the 14th instant, at Easingwold, Thomas, infant son of Mr Amos JOHNSON, aged 2 years 6 months.
  • On the 15th, at Easingwold, after a protracted illness, the youngest daughter of Mr Roger JONES, retired Inland-Revenue officer.
  • On the 16th, at New Malton, Mr. Robert COATES, labourer, aged 86.
  • On the 18th inst., at Norton, Elizabeth, widow of Mr Wm. ABBOT, aged 86.
  • On the 19th inst., at Pickering, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Wm. HUNTON, aged 62 years, having been a member of the Primitive Methodist Connection 36 years.
  • On the 26th instant, at Norton, William, son of Mr Joseph KEWLEY, aged 8.
  • Same day, at Northallerton, Mr. John SHEPHERD, formerly landlord of the Golden Lion, and son of Mr Wm. SHEPHERD, governor of the Northallerton Gaol, aged 45 years.
  • On the 23rd inst., at New Malton, Maria Louisa, daughter of Mr H. TEALL, stonemason, aged 3.

3rd May 1856

BIRTHS

  • On Monday last, the wife of Mr. George DINSDALE, Yorkersgate, of a daughter.
  • On Thursday, May 1st, at West-Heslerton, the wife of John MONKMAN, of a daughter.
  • On Wednesday, April 23rd, the wife of Mr Thos. JOBLING, farmer, Battersby-in-Cleveland, of two daughters. The mother and both children are doing well.
MARRIED
  • On Monday, April 28th at the Parish Church, Bellingham, by the Rev. Geo. BELLAMY, rector, John Archer ATKINSON, of the city of Dublin, to Sarah Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr Edward CAMPION, of Charlton House, near Bellingham, Northumberland.
DEATHS
  • At Allerton Marishes, in the 73rd year of her age, Mrs LUMLEY, much and deservedly respected.
  • On Saturday last, at Fadmoor, near Kirby-Moorside, Wm. DUNNING, aged 80; one of the Society of Friends.
  • On the 23rd ult., at the Union-house, Malton, Mr George Kirby, aged 87 years.
  • On the 27th ult., at New Malton, Sarah, wife of Mr. Geo. ROBINSON, hawker, aged 64 years.
  • Died on the 28th ult., at Sowerby, near Thirsk, the infant son of Mr John GILLING
  • On the 29th ult., at the same place, aged 23, Miss Ann MORTON.

10th May 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 6th inst., the wife of Mr. W. KING, miller, Low-st. of a son.
  • on the 7th inst, the wife of John WILLIAMSON, Esq., Low-st. of a son.
MARRIED
  • On Tuesday, the 6th inst., by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr Henry RUSSELL, miller and brewer, Malton, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. G. BARNBY, bookseller, &c., Malton.
  • On the 3rd inst., at the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr William GRAY, to Miss Harriet WILDON, both of Norton.
  • On the 4th inst., at the parish church, Middleton, by the Rev. C. MACKERITH, James GRUNDON, Esq., of the White Thorne House, Cropton, to Miss H. STURDY, of Lockton.
  • On Saturday, the 3rd inst., at the parish church, Foxholes, by the Rev. R.H. FOARD, Mr. Richard HARREY, foreman to W. WILSON, Esq., Butterwick, to Miss Hannah GRICE, of Foxholes.
  • On Thursday, the 8th inst., at Scawton, by the Rev. Thos. SIMPSON, Mr. Thomas PAPE, postmaster, Helmsley, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas BRADLEY, Stocking House, Scawton.
  • On the 26th ult., at St. Crux Church, York, Mr Thomas BLANSHARD, of Bolton Hall, near Pocklington, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John BOWES, of Fangfoss Grange.
DEATHS
  • On the 25th ult., Mary PEEK, eldest daughter of the late Mr. R. PEEK, of Norton, aged 23 years.
  • On the 1st inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, aged 84, Mr. David ATKINSON, farmer, late of Hall Garth, Bilsdale.
  • On the 5th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Mr. William Sellars, aged 86 years.
  • On the 7th inst., at Norton, very suddenly, Mary Ann, the wife of Mr Wm. HIGGINBOTTOM, saw sharper, aged 32 years.
  • At Wetwang, on the 4th inst., Mrs Maria SHIELDS, relict of Mr Wm. SHIELDS, innkeeper.
  • At Pilmoor Gate House, on Sunday, May 4th, John LEIGH, third son of Mr John LEIGH, age 5 years.
  • On Tuesday, the 6th inst., at Osmotherley, age 59 years, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Henry WALKER, plumber and glazier.

17th May 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at her residence, Amen-corner, Cropton, the wife of George PENNOCK, Esq., of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the fifth inst., at the Parish church, Brompton, by the Rev. W. J. MIDDLETON, Mr William BURN, blacksmith, to Miss Ellen LEE, only daughter of Mr Wm. Lee, all of Brompton, near Northallerton.
  • On the 8th inst., at Northallerton, by the Rev. C.E.S. COLLINGWOOD, Johnathon PICKERNALL, Esq., Commander of the Royal Mail Packet Shep Beemah, to Annie Maria, youngest daughter of William SHEPHERD, Esq., governor of the North Riding Gaol.
  • At St. Mark's church Liverpool, Mr. L. BELLERBY, of Malton, to Miss Catherine BENSON, only daughter of Mr Thomas BENSON, grocer, Falmouth.
  • On the 10th inst., at Kirby Grindalaithe, by the Rev. Mr. BOWSTEAD, Mr George TAYLOR, of Wetwang, to Miss Mary GREEN, of Duggleby.
  • On Sunday last, the 11th inst., at Scawton, by the Rev. T. SIMPSON, Mr. W. SIMPSON, Augram Grange, to Miss Rachael TYERMAN, of Scawton.
  • On the 13th inst., at Northallerton church, by the Rev. C. E. S. COLLINGWOOD, Mr Thomas LUMLEY, of Northallerton, to Miss Mary SCARF, of Osmotherley.
  • On the 13th inst., at the Parish Church, Middleton, by the Rev. Charles MACKCRITH, Mr George WARRENER, of Cropton, to Miss Margaret POUNDER, of Old Malton.
  • At Sheriff-Hutton, on Tuesday, May 13th, by the Rev., T. MYERS, Mr WETHRILL, butcher, Hartlepool, to Miss Hudson, niece to Matthew HORNSEY, Esq., of Stittenham.
  • On the 14th inst., at Fridaythorpe, by the Rev. W. R. GRIESBACH, Mr Wm. BRYAN, shepherd to Sir Tatton SYKES, Bart., of Sledmere, to Mrs Hannah LEPPINGTON, Fridaythorpe.
DEATHS
  • On the 4th inst., aged 5 years, Cornelias LEIGH, third son of John LEIGH, Pilmoor Gate-House, Raskelf.
  • On Friday week, at Stonegrave, aged 74 years, Mr Richard SCAIFE, farmer.
  • On the 5th inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mrs Christiana GOLDSBURGH, aged 36 years.
  • On the same day and place, Mrs Margaret LOWTHER, wife of Mr. John LOWTHER, innkeeper.
  • Suddenly, at Ripon, on the 10th inst., Mr Bartholomew WILFORD, linen-manufacturer, Brompton, near Northallerton, aged 46 years.
  • On the same day, at Northallerton, the only remaining daughter of Mr Timothy SMITH, cooper, aged 17 years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Malton, Mr Wm. TAYLOR, stone mason, aged 71 years.
  • On the 13th inst., at Norton, Mr Richard WARDELL, aged 38 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at Swinton, Mrs Jane WILKS, aged 75 years.
  • On the same day, at Malton, Alice, daughter of Mr Joseph TODD, coach-builder, aged 1 year.
  • On the 14th inst., at Wansford, H.J., son of Mr Thomas VIALLA.

24th May 1856

BIRTHS

  • At Norton, on the 9th inst., the wife of Thomas KITCHING, of a daughter.
  • Same place, on the 11th inst., the wife of Mr Wm. WARD, of a daughter.
  • Same place, on the 13th inst., the wife of Henry BOYES, of a daughter.
  • Same place, on the 13th inst., the wife of Mr James NAYLOR, of a daughter.
  • Same place, on the 16th inst., the wife of Mr Joshua DUNWELL, schoolmaster, of a daughter.
  • Same day and place, the wife of Mr James RINGROSE, of a son.
MARRIED
  • At Brompton, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. W.J. MIDDLETON, Mr Aaron WRIGHT, to Miss Elizabeth BRADLEY, youngest daughter of the late Ralph BRADLEY, all of Brompton.
  • on the 17th inst., at the Parish Church, Middleton, by the Rev. Charles MACKERITH, Mr William SIMPSON, tailor and draper, Wrelton, to Miss Eliza MILESTONE, of Pickering.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Lastingham, by the Rev. R.D. EASTERBY, Mr Richard FRANKLAND, farmer, to Mary Jane WARRINER, both of Farndale.
  • On the 20th inst., at Sledmere, by the Rev. Mr. BOWSTEAD, Mr GREENHALZH, Lancashire, to Miss WALKER, Sledmere.
  • Same day, at Foston, by the Rev. F. SIMPSON, Mr Wm. HUTCHION, farmer, Thornton, to Miss PARTER, daughter of Mr. Wm. PARTER, farmer, Foston.
  • On Tuesday, May 20, at York, Mr CATTLE, farmer (78), of Sheriff-Hutton, to Mrs Hardy, (40), relict of Mr John Hardy, cab proprietor, York.
  • On Wednesday, the 21st inst., at Knapton, by the Rev. C. KNYVETT, Mr John PEIRSON, of Crake Hall, Marishes, to Emma, second daughter of Mr John SPANTON, farmer and grazier, Howe Bridge.
DEATHS
  • On the 14th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Mr John WARRENER, aged 81 years.
  • At Norton, on the 16th inst., Nancy CHATWIN, widow of the late George CHATWIN, aged 77 years.
  • At Malton, on the 17th inst., William, second son of Mr John DOBSON, farmer, Stonegrave, aged 24.
  • On the 17th inst., aged 83, Mr Christopher YATES, Hagg-House, near Thirsk.
  • On the 18th inst., at Malton, Mr John SIXTON, tailor, aged 65 years.
  • On the 18th inst., at Mowthorpe, Sarah, widow of the late Mr William TATE, aged 49.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, age 47, Mr Luke LOVEL, clerk at the goods-office, at Malton railway station, after a lingering illness of five years.

31st May 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 20th inst., at Duggleby, Amy, the wife of Mr John ANDREW, of a daughter.
  • At Norton, on the 24th inst., the wife of J.C. WISE, Esq., of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. FOGGITT, of a son.
  • At New Malton, on the 26th inst., the wife of Mr John SNARRY, veterinary surgeon, of a son.
  • At Norton, on the 16th inst., the wife of Mr George NESFIELD, of a son.
  • At Norton, on the 25th inst., the wife of Mr Wm. SMITH, gardener, of a daughter.
  • At Sproxton Low Park, on the 26th inst., the wife of Mr J. NESS, of a son.
MARRIED
  • At Foston, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. F. SIMPSON, Mr William HODGSON, farmer, of Thornton, to Miss PORTER, daughter of Mr William PORTER, farmer, Foston.
  • At the parish church, Brompton, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. W.J. MIDDLETON, vicar, Mr Christopher BLACKBURN, of Kirby-Fleetham, to Miss Dorothy PEACOCK, second daughter of Mr William PEACOCK, of Brompton.
  • At Wollaton, on Tuesday, the 27th inst., by the Rev. C. j. WILLOUGHBY, William George ROGERS, of Ridgeway Hill, Hert, to Jane Ann, second daughter of the late Matthew LYON, Esq., R.N.
DEATHS
  • At Cropton, on the 22nd inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs Edward WALKER, aged 61 years.
  • At Hinderwell Place, Scarboro', on Monday last, Thomas NIGHTINGALE, Esq., aged 78 years. A man much respected in life, and whose death is regretted by a large portion of the poor, to whom he had been a sincere friend.
  • At New Malton, on the 24th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr William RICHARDSON, watchmaker, age 22 years.
  • At Old Malton, on the 28th inst., the infant son of Mr John REMMER.

7th June 1856

BIRTH

  • On the 30th ult., at the Moor Houses, near Welburn, the wife of Mr John KIRBY, of twin sons.
MARRIED
  • At Pickering, on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., Mr SOLLITT, merchant, &c., Hull, to Mrs HULTON, late of Malton.
DEATHS
  • On the 30th ult., at Welburn, aged 71, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr Wm. COPLEY.
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14th June 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., at Rowgate, the wife of Wm. Topham, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Norton, the wife of Capt. Bowes, of a son, still-born.
MARRIED
  • At Swainby, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. F. GARL, vicar, Mr. T. HALIDAY, to Mrs E. RICHARDSON, dressmaker.
  • On the 9th inst., at Dunnington, Mr Wm. BANISTER, of the firm Messrs. J. & W. Banister, carriers, &c., Fridaythorpe, to Mrs E. WAKE, draper and grocer, Dunnington.
  • On the 9th inst., at Winteringham, by the Rev. T. ADDISON, Mr Johnathon ROBSON, eldest son of Mr M. ROBSON, butcher, Brompton, to Mary, third daughter of the late Mr Francis JOHNSON of Winteringham.
  • On the 13th inst., at St. Michael's church, New Malton, by the Rev. W. CARTER, assisted by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr PRIESTLY, of Beverley, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Mr Richd. SMITHSON, Malton.
DEATHS
  • On the 28th ult., at Hulver, near Lowestoft, Suffolk, aged 16, Charlotte Elizabeth, youngest sister of the Rev. I. FISH, Castle Howard.
  • On the 3rd inst., at the Union-house, Malton, Mrs. Sarah LARCUM, aged 76 years.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, Mr Robt. HARRISON, sen., shoemaker, aged 72, much respected.
  • On the 5th inst., at Hull, very suddenly, age 70 years, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr William MONKMAN, of Malton, and wife of Mr David CALVERT, of the former place, late of Thorpebasset, in this county.
  • On the 6th inst., at Coneysthorpe, Mr John LUKE, age 47 years. The deceased had been woodman to the Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, K.G., for more than 20 years, and has left a wife and seven children to lament his loss.
  • Same day, age 69, Miss Elizabeth SAUNDERS, of Scarboro'.
  • On the 7th inst., aged 70, Mr. Robt. DODSON, farmer, of Falsgrave, near Scarboro'.
  • Same day, at Old Malton, Mr Wm. STOCKDALE, wheelwright, aged 81 years.
  • Same day, at New Malton, Jane, wife of Mr Geo. EXLEY, bricklayer, aged 63 years.
  • On the 8th inst., age 39, Mr Thos. WATSON, shipjoiner, of Scarboro'.
  • Same day, aged 21, Jane, wife of Mr Luke STELLINGS, of Scalby, near Scarboro'.
  • On the 10th inst., at Pickering, Ann GIBSON, aged 70, formerly innkeeper in Burgate.
  • Same day, at Sunderland, after a severe fit of apoplexy, aged 67, Mr Jas. WILKINSON, of Easingwold, and was deservedly respected by a large circle of friends.

21st June 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 17th inst., at Castle-Howard, the wife of H. KIMBERLEY, Esq., of a son.
MARRIED
  • On Saturday last, the 14th inst., at the parish church, Kirbymoorside, by the Rev. N. WALTON, Mr Wm. BALDWIN, jun., Holdcaldron Mill, to Miss Mary Thompson; and at the same time and place, Mr Joseph CUSSONS, draper, &c., to Miss Anne THOMPSON - third and On Saturday last, the 14th inst., at the parish church, Kirbymoorside, by the Rev. N. WALTON, Mr Wm. BALDWIN, jun., Holdcaldron Mill, to Miss Mary Thompson; and at the same time and place, Mr Joseph CUSSONS, draper, &c., to Miss Anne THOMPSON - third and fourth daughters of Mr Bethel THOMPSON, cattle and sheep dealer, Jontine inn, Kirbymoorside.
  • Same day, at Nafferton church, by the Rev. J. DAVIDSON, Mr J. HOLIDAY, to Miss E. SUTTON, both of Nafferton.
DEATHS
  • On Monday week, the 9th inst., John FOSTER, Esq., Lund-Head, Skiplam, Kirbymoorside, aged 51.
  • On the 11th inst., at Old Malton, William, son of Mr Joseph NENDICK, tailor, aged 8 years.
  • On the 13th inst., at Scagglethorpe, rather suddenly, Ann, widow of the late Mr John DUKES, aged 75 years, much and deservedly respected.
  • On the 13th instant, at Lilac Grove, near Easingwold, Mr Matthew TAYLOR, potato merchant, aged 70.
  • On the 15th instant, at Easingwold, the wife of Mr Wm. WHITE, joiner, aged 64.
  • On the 16th instant, at Easingwold, Ann, daughter of Mr. Robert RUCROFT, farmer, White Houses, near Easingwold, aged 20.
  • On the 17th inst., aged 61, Mr Wm. CROSIER, blacksmith, Fridaythorpe.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, Mary, widow of the late Thos. CREASER, miller, aged 68 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, Ann, the second daughter of the late John SHEPHERD, aged 59 years, universally beloved and respected by all that knew her. Her end was peace.

28th June 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 16th inst., at Allerston Marishes, the wife of Mr Richard NEWLOVE, farmer and grazier, of a daughter.
  • On the same day, at Appleton-le-Moors, the wife of Mr George WELBURN, of a daughter.
  • On the 18th inst., at West-Helserton, the wife of Mr Mass BRAITHWAIT, of a son.
  • On the 19th int., at Mill Cottage, Rosedale Abbey, the wife of Mr George WILSON, of twins - daughters.
  • On the same day, at Woodhill Farm, Sledmere, the wife of Mr S. SUDDABY, of a daughter.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Richard NELSON, horse-dealer, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Nafferton, the wife of Mr Robert SHERWOOD, of a son.
  • On the same day, at New Malton, the wife of Mr W. BEATTY, of a daughter.
  • On the 20th inst., at Habton, the wife of Mr Thomas Inman, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 20th inst., at the Parish Church, Brompton, by the Rev. John BLAIR, Mr. Robert HARRIMAN, farmer, Snainton, to Miss Jane PATRICK, of Pickering.
  • On the 21st inst., at Nafferton Church, by the Rev. J. DAVIDSON, Mr Stephen STEEL, to Miss E. Mason, youngest daughter of A. MASON, Esq., both of Nafferton.
  • On the 23rd inst., at St. Leonard's Church, Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr Robert WARWICK, butcher, to Miss Hannah Maria RHEEDER, both of Malton.
  • On the 25th inst., at the Paris Church, Bulmer, by the Rev. Wm. PRESTON, Mr George HECKLEY, Bulmer-Cottage, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr Edward WOODWARD, of Welburn.
  • On the 26th inst., at Slingsby, the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Incumbent of St. Michael's, New Malton, to Harriet, second daughter of the Rev. W. Carter, Rector of Slingsby.
DEATHS
  • On the 18th inst., at Thirsk, Mr PEAT, Bookseller and Post-master, aged 62 years.
  • On the 19th inst., at Pickering, Robert, infant son of Mr SCHOLEFIELD, surgeon, aged 16 months.
  • On the 22nd inst., Miss Mary CRAVEN, aged 23 years, eldest daughter of the late Mr James CRAVEN, farmer, Snainton.
  • On the same day, at Malton, Mr Thomas Stacey, landlord of the Cross Keys Inn, Wheelgate, aged 48 years.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Low Hutton, Mary, widow of Richard ETHELL, aged 82 years.
  • On the 25th inst., at Malton, Mrs Alice HUDSON, aged 73 years.

5th July 1856

BIRTH

  • On the 22nd ult., at her residence, Splutter Hall, near Cropton, Mrs S. GRAY, of a daughter.
  • On the 24th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr J. RIEVELEY, grocer, of a son.
  • On the 24th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. NORTH, of a son.
  • On the 25th ult., at her residence, Inkermann Cottage, Cropton, Mrs John GRAY, of a son.
  • On the 25th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr James COOPER, of a daughter.
  • On the 26th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. ALLEN, of a son.
  • On the 26th ult., at Montalban Lodge, Hartoft, the wife of T. ATKINSON, Esq., of a son.
  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, the wife of the Rev. J. T. SHAWCROSS, of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., at Raskelfe, the wife of Wm. SIGSWORTH of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., the wife of Mr John GRAYSON, of the Roman Camps, Cawthorne, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 28th ult., at Norton church, by the Rev. E. DAY, John GOODWILL, farm-servant, to Jane NEWBY, both of Norton.
  • On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Topcliffe, by the Rev. Mr HAWKINS, Mr Henry TURNER, farmer, to Miss Hannah CLARKE, both of Dishforth, near Thirsk.
  • On the same day, at the parish church, Burton-on-Trent, by the Rev. W. CARTER, Rector of Slingsby, uncle of the bride, the Rev. Diston S. HODGSON, M.A. head master of the Grammer School, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, to Anne, second daughter of Mr Carter, On the same day, at the parish church, Burton-on-Trent, by the Rev. W. CARTER, Rector of Slingsby, uncle of the bride, the Rev. Diston S. HODGSON, M.A. head master of the Grammer School, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, to Anne, second daughter of Mr Carter, The Soho, Burton-on-Trent.
  • On the 30th ult., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. Wm. Henry TRENDED, Mr Robert HARROWING, ship-owner, to Miss Jane Ann TESSEYMAN, both of Whitby.
  • On the 1st inst., at St. Leonard's Church, Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr Gordon PICKERING, to Miss Sarah SOULBY, youngest daughter of the late Mr SOULBY, merchant, Malton.
  • On the 28th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Scarboro', Mr Robt. COMINS, sixth son of Mr Thomas COMINS, boot and shoemaker, Helmsley, to Anne THOMPSON, lodging-house keeper.
DEATHS
  • On the 26th ult., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr James PEARSON, horse dealer, aged 7.
  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, the infant child of Mr Robert SKELTON.
  • On the 30th ult., aged 47, Stephen, eldest son of the late Mr Stephen DIXON, Unicorn Inn, Monk Bar, York. Deceased was, for 30 years, a compositor in the York Herald office.
  • On the 30th ult., at Swinton, Mrs Ellen WELBURN, aged 60 years.
  • On the 1st inst., Mr John TYERMAN, Flaggersgate, Whitby, aged 34.

12th July 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 25th ult., at New Malton, the wife of Mr John FOSTER, of a son.
  • On the 26th ult., the wife of Jeremiah SWALES, of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. METCALFE, merchant, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 5th inst., at the parish church Stokesley, by the Rev. John Rathbone ELLIS, minister of Westerdale, David, eldest son of Mr Johnathon HARTLEY, of the Hall Farm, Westerdale, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr George RAW, farmer, Fryup.
  • At the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. W. H. TREADELL. Mr Johnson CROSS, farmer, Ruswarp, to Miss PLEWS, of the same place.
DEATHS
  • At Shanghai, China, on board ship "Maori", of fever, Alfred William, youngest son of Mr D. ROWLAY, Thirkleby, aged 18 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Swinton, Mrs Ellen WELBURN, aged 60 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Whitby, Mrs Mary WALTON, aged 88 years.
  • Same day, at the Workhouse, Malton, Mr William PICKERSGILL, aged 80 years.
  • On the 5th inst., at New Malton, J. DUNLOP, Esq., Borough-Bailiff, aged 70 years.
  • On the 5th inst., at the house of her son, Mr William Hodgson ELLERBY, Mrs Mary HODGSON, recently of Poplar Row, Whitby, aged 80 years.
  • On the 8th inst., at Old Malton, Edith, daughter of Mr R. BELL, aged 4 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Stamford Bridge, Mr W. WRIGHT captain of the "Mary Ann" of Malton.

19th July 1856

BIRTH

  • On the 9th inst., at Kilburn, the wife of Mr William COBB, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 5th inst., at the parish church, Easingwold, by the Rev. W. L. L. CROFT, Mr Robert HARBISHER, to Miss Jane LUDLEY, both of Easingwold.
  • On the 7th inst., at the same place, and by the same minister, Mr Henry TATE, gardener to Admiral CROFT, Stillington, to Miss M. CHARLTON, of Easingwold.
  • On the 12th inst., at Osmotherley, by the Rev. Henry JONES, Mr Ralph CHRISTON, to Miss Henrietta TINGLE, both of that place.
  • On the 14th inst., at Hornby, Mr Thomas ABBOTT, to Miss Elizabeth BARR, both of that place.
  • On the 14th inst., at St. Michael's Church, Malton, by the Rev J. WALKER, Mr Moses LEASON, to Miss Ann CROSS, both of Malton.
  • On the 15th inst., at the Superintendent-Registrar's Office, Town-hall, Malton, Mr John CUTHBERTSON, of Sheriff-Hutton, to Miss Mary FRANK, of Terrington.
  • On the 16th inst., at the same place, Mr Joseph ROBERTS, tanner, to Miss Ann CLOUGH, both of Malton.
  • On the 17th inst., at Thornton, near Pickering, by the Rev E.W. HESLOP, M.A. Henry JELLY, Esq., merchant, of Toronto, Canada West, son of F. JELLY, Esq., Stamford, Lincolnshire, to Maria, youngest daughter of Mr H. BELLERBY, of York and Thornton.
  • On the same day, at Norton church, Mr William BROUGH, to Miss BOWMAN, both of Norton.
DEATHS
  • On the 10th inst., at Hull, much respected, Mr Botterill FROST, aged 57 years.
  • On the same day, at Old Malton, Mr Robert PINKNEY, aged 61 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Malton, the infant son of Mr Thos BARKER.
  • On the 13th inst., at Malton, the infant daughter of Mr William LEGARD.
  • Same day, at the residence of her nephew, John ELLERBY, Esq., Terrington, Miss Rachael ELLERBY, in the 89th year of her age, much respected.
  • On Monday, the 14th inst., at Helmsley, Mrs TRENAM, aged 48 years, relict of the late Mr D. TRENAM, clock and watchmaker, of that place.
  • On Tuesday, the 15th inst., at Malton, aged 53, Ann, the wife of Wm. ETTY, Esq., wine merchant.
  • Same day, at Low Hutton, Hannah, daughter of Mr John ELLERTON, age 4 years.
  • At the residence of her son, Mr Henry ABLESON, South Field, Kirby-Moorside; Jane ABLESON, of Middleton, aged 70 years.

26th July 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 17th inst., at Locton Lodge, the wife of John PEARSON, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 17th inst., at Potter Brompton, Dina, the wife of Mr Wm. FLETCHER, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th inst., at Raskelfe, Mrs John HAWE, of a daughter.
  • On the 21st inst., at Raskelfe, Mrs Thomas HODGSON, of a son.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Malton, the wife of John STONEHOUSE, of a son.
  • On Sunday last, at Whitby, the wife of Mr Alexander PROSSER, hatter, &c., of twins - a son and a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 19th inst., at the parish church, Danby, by the Rev. J.C. ATKINSON, incumbent, Mr Robert DUCK, leader of the Danby Brass-band, to Miss Ann RAW, eldest daughter of Mr Robert RAW, farmer, all of that place.
  • Same day, at Ripley, Yorkshire, by the Rev Mr THOMPSON, vicar, Mr TOTHER, farmer, Killinghall Moor, to Miss HORNSHAW, second daughter of Mr Thomas HORNSHAW, farmer, Killinghall.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Sheffield, Mr John JACKSON, china-merchant, to Miss Margaret JAGGER, both of Malton.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Pickering, by the Rev J. KITSON, Mr G. SMALES, draper and grocer, to Miss Mercy LOBLEY, both of Pickering.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, Mr W. B. HORNE, printer, &c., to Maria, second daughter of Mr Roberts, ship-owner.
  • On the 23rd inst., at the same place, by the Rev. W. KEANE, M.A., F.G. CLARKSON, M.D., Darlington, to Amelia, second daughter of Wm. BROWN, Esq., Cliff House, Ruswarp.
  • Same day, at South Cave, Thomas BURLAND, Esq., solicitor, to Margaret Ann, youngest daughter of Thomas McTURK, Esq., all of that place.
DEATHS
  • On the 15th inst., at Leatholm Bridge, age 57, Mr John WHARTON.
  • On the 16th inst., at Allerston, much respected, aged 25, William, the fourth son of the late Mr Robert ASH, of Flaxton.
  • On the 16th inst., Mr H. BRAITHWAITE, eldest son of Mr G BRAITHWAITE, Moor House, near Thirsk.
  • Same day, aged 84, Mrs Dalton, of Newbuilding Hall, near Thirsk.
  • Same day, at St. Clare's Convent, near Scorton, Dame Mary Joseph DOBSON, Abbes of the convent for more than 20 years.
  • On the 17th inst., Jane, relict of Mr Ambrose GRAY, builder, York.
  • On the 18th inst., at Terrington, much respected, Ann NASH, aged 40, the beloved wife of David NASH, grocer, who has left 5 children to lament her loss.
  • On the 19th inst., at Pickering, very suddenly, Mr C. LYON, aged 73, highly respected by a large circle of friends.
  • Same day, at Terrington, after a lingering illness, Robert PLOW, aged 14 years.
  • Same day and place, Mary THOMPSON, aged 65 years.
  • Same day and place, Mr George DODGON, aged 56 years.
  • Same day, at Raskelfe, in their 5th year, Ann, daughter of Mr John HONER.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr James SHIELDS, aged 2 years.
  • On the 20th inst., at Pickering, very suddenly, Miss Mary Jane SAWDON, aged 13 years.
  • Same day, at Wilton, Mrs Hannah BAKER, aged 77 years.
  • Same day, at Guisbro, Mr Peter POYNTER, late of Osmotherley, aged 87. Deeply lamented.
  • On the 21st inst., at Terrington, much respected, Mrs STAMPER, aged 30, who has left 6 children to deplore her loss.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr William POSTILL, aged 59 years.
  • Same day, Mrs PEACOCK, wife of Mr W. PEACOCK, many years chief constable of Thirsk.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Norton, Mr Robert WILSON, secretary to Mr l'ANSON, trainer, Spring Cottage.
  • Same day, at the Union Workhouse, Malton, Mr Richard GIBSON, iron moulder, aged 56 years.
  • On the 24th inst., at Norton, Sarah Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr William SMIDDY, plumber, aged 16 months.
  • On the 25th inst., at Foulbridge, near Snainton, Mr John SIMPSON, aged 73 years, much respected.

2nd August 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 13th ult., at Nafferton, the wife of Mr Robert SHERWOOD, farmer, of a daughter.
  • On the 17th ult., at Hutton's-Ambo, the wife of Mr George MILNER, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Benjamin MORILL, of a son.
  • On the 20th ult., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Job MEDD, of a daughter.
  • On the 22nd ult., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Wm. SMALES, of a daughter.
  • On the 25th ult., at her residence Huntington cottage, Cropton, Mrs Sarah FORDE, of a son.
  • On the 26th ult., at Cropton, the wife of Mr Thos. THORPE, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at the Hen Flats Farm, Mr Robert MONKMAN, of a daughter.
  • On the 27th ult., Mrs M. WEIGHILL, of the "White Horse and Griffin" inn, Church-street, Whitby, of a son.
  • On the 28th ult., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Thomas COOK, of a son.
  • On the 29th ult., at Sherburn, the wife of Mr Robert FLETCHER, of a daughter.
  • On the 30th ult., at her residence, Mount Misery, Cropton, Mrs Ann DOBSON, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 24th ult., at Osmotherley, by the Rev. Henry JONES, Mr George COOPER, innkeeper, Thimbleby, to Miss Margaret PEACOCK, of the same place.
  • On the 26th ult., at Osmotherley, Mr James RYMER, to Miss Jane MILNEY, of the Wild Goose? Nest.
  • On the 28th ult., at Newton-on-Ouse, by the Rev. E. GREENHOWE, Mr Edward BARKER, of Brompton, near Scarbro' to Margeretta, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Charles JEPSON, Malton.
  • On the 19th ult., at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. James DINGLE, Mr Wm. WILKINSON, Skelton, farmer, to Miss Ann FLETCHER, Ruswarp.
DEATHS
  • On the 24th ult., at Weaverthorpe, Judith PEARSON, formerly of Nafferton, aged 74.
  • On the 25th ult., at Nafferton, Robert SMITH, aged 70?.
  • On the 25th ult., Mr Wm. FRANKLAND, of Hutton-Malgrave, aged 68?. One of the eldest tenants of the Marquis of Normanby.
  • Same day, at South Kilvington, near Thirsk, suddenly, Mr John SADLER, cattle dealer, aged 38?.
  • On the 27th ult., at Birdforth, near Thirsk, after a short illness, Mr Michael ALLINSON, farmer aged 43.
  • Same day. at Danby-?, rather suddenly, Mr James THORLEY? , aged 89?.
  • on the 28th ult., Mrs Mary HARDWICK, of Well-Class? Sq., aged 69?
  • On the 29th ult., Miss Mary YEOMAN, second daughter of the Rev. J.C. POTTER?, independent minister aged 18.

9th August 1856

BIRTHS

  • Recently, the wife of Mr DAVIDSON, farmer, Sledmere, of twins. Both the children are dead.
MARRIED
  • On the 2nd inst., at Norton, by the Rev. J. WALKER, Mr John CONNELL, skinner, to Miss Jane WOOD, both of Norton.
  • On the 5th inst., at Kirby-Grindalyth, by the Rev. T. BOWSTEAD, Mr Joseph BROWN, gardener, to Miss Mary HOGGART, Duggleby.
DEATHS
  • On the 1st inst., rather suddenly, Mr John PAUL, of Fridaythorpe, aged 86 years - much and deservedly respected.
  • On the 4th inst., Miss Mary SOWERBY, Fry Cottages, Sledmere, aged 20 years.
  • At East Heslerton, on the 4th inst., Mrs Charlotte SHEPHERDSON, aged 67 years.
  • On the 5th inst., at Norton, after a lingering illness, Mr Anthony FORSTER, tailor, aged 86 years - highly respected.
  • On the 7th inst., after a protracted illness, George son of W. WEATHERILL, Esq., West Cliff, Whitby.

16th August 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., at Thornton-le-Moor, the wife of Mr Geo. WATSON, currier, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 9th inst., at York, Mr James DARSEY, Castle-Howard, to Miss Emily ATKINSON, eldest daughter of Mr Jas.? ATKINSON, park-keeper to the Right. Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, K.G.
  • On the 11th inst., at the Superintendent-Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr John SCOTT, engine guard-pilot, to Mrs Mary BUCK, both of Norton.
  • On the 10th inst., at Whenby, by the Rev. John Stephen HALL, rector of Dalby, Mr Johnathon BLUMAN?, postman, Terrington, to Mrs Mary Robinson of Whenby.
  • On the 12th inst., at St. Mary's church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, B.A., Mr J. ROWLAND, grocer to Hannah POGGO (or FOGGO).
DEATHS
  • On the 7th inst., at Whitby, Mrs Mary Ann HALL aged 29.
  • On the 8th inst., at the same place, Mrs Jane WILLIAMS?, aged 80.
  • On the 9th inst., at the same place, Mr Charles WRIGHT, aged 86.
  • On the 12th inst., at New Malton, Mrs Margaret WILLIAMSON, aged 68 years.
  • On the 14th inst., Mr William STEWARDSON, White Horse Inn, Malton, aged 45 years.

23rd August 1856

MARRIED

  • On the 16th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. W. H. TRENDALL, Mr G. TYERS, shipwright, to Miss Mary Ann HARRISON, of Ruswarp.
  • On the 19th, at Christ Church, Bridlington Quay, by the Rev. J. THOMPSON, incumbent, Mr B.P. JACKSON, farmer, West Newton, Holderness, to Jane, third daughter of the late Mr M. SUDDABY, of Wood Hill, farmer, Sledmere, and niece to E.H. CLEMENTS, Esq. Kirklands House, Wetwang.
DEATHS
  • On the 12th inst., at Brompton, near Scarbro', much respected, Mr William CARR, farmer aged 86 years.
  • On the 18th inst., at Old Malton, Henry, son of Mr Harland WILSON, farmer aged 5 months.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr William HILL, watchmaker, aged 45 years.
  • On the 20th inst., at Pickering, very suddenly, Mary Ann the beloved wife of Mr Thomas BROWN, grocer and factor, aged 48? years.

30th August 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 19th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas HOLTBY, grocer, of a son.
  • On the 20th inst., at her residence, Hope Cottage, Cropton, the wife of W. GIBB, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 25th inst., at Greengate, New Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas HORSLEY, cabinet-maker, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 18th inst., at St. Mary's Church Scarbro', Mr W. RENNARD, blacksmith, to Miss NEWTON, both of the above place.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Norton Church, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr Wm. RAWLING, to Miss Mary ABBEY, both of Norton.
  • On the 25th inst., at the Parish Church, Bulmer, by the Rev. William PRESTON, Mr J. R. GRAHAM, schoolmaster, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Mr CRAWFORD, both of Welburn.
  • Recently at Bugthorpe, Mr Wm. VAREY, cattle-dealer, Huntington, to Miss HOWDEN, daughter of Mr HOWDEN, farmer, Bugthorpe.
DEATHS
  • On the 20th inst., the infant daughter of Mrs W. GIBB, Hope Cottage, Cropton.
  • On the 23rd inst., at New Malton, Mr Wm. HARRISON, rope maker, aged 85 years.
  • On the 26th inst., Mr Wm. THORNTON, butcher, aged 51 years.
  • On the 21st inst., Henry, son of Mr Henry FARNABY, sadler, aged 24 years.
  • On the 26th inst., at Norton, the infant son of Mr A. A. SIMPSON.

9th September 1856

BIRTH

  • In the 3rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Frederick PEACOCK, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 27th ult., at Danby Parish Church, by the Rev. J. C. ATKINSON, incumbent, Mr John Sedman WARD, (late of Lockton,) stonemason, to Miss Susannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr John DUCK, Parish Clerk of Danby.
  • On the 28th ult., at the same place and by the same clergyman, Mr John WINSPEAR, farmer, to Miss Mary PORITT, youngest daughter of Thos. PORITT, Esq., both of Danby.
  • On Sunday last, at Lastingham, Mr Robert PREST, of Coneysthorpe, to Miss Elizabeth BOWES, of Hutton-le-Hole.
DEATHS
  • On the 27th ult., at Old Malton, Mary, daughter of Mr Thomas HEPPLES, aged 1 year.
  • On the 28th ult., at Fridaythorpe, William, son of Mr John HODGSON, shepherd, aged 12 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at West Heslerton, Hannah MASON, aged 26 years.
  • Same day, at Helmsley, Susannah, the eldest daughter of Mr Thos. ABBEY, aged 25 years, he was much respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Hutton's Ambo, the infant daughter of Mr Ralph WARTERS, aged 5 weeks.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, Miss Elizabeth BENISON, very suddenly, aged 17 years.
  • Same day and same place, Mr Peter VELLUM, aged 94 years. He was a native of France, and had been employed in the French Navy, under Napoleon I; he was taken prisoner by the British, and on regaining his liberty he chose to settle here, and ended his days Same day and same place, Mr Peter VELLUM, aged 94 years. He was a native of France, and had been employed in the French Navy, under Napoleon I; he was taken prisoner by the British, and on regaining his liberty he chose to settle here, and ended his days in the Union Workhouse.
  • Same day, at Ampleforth, Mary THOMPSON, aged 76 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at the Workhouse, Malton, Mr John WILSON.
  • Same day, at Slingsby, William Henry, the infant son of Mr Henry EAST.
  • Same day, at Wharram Percy, Anne, the wife of W.S. GOFTON, Esq., and eldest daughter of the late John ATKINSON. Esq., in the 29th year of her age.
  • On the 4th inst., at Slingsby, Mary, the wife of Francis SWANN, grocer and carrier, in the 48th year of her age. She was much and deservedly respected, by a large circle of friends, and her loss will be keenly felt by the large family which she has left.
  • Recently, at the house of his parents, Sledmere, Mr George JOHNSON, blacksmith, of New Malton, the wife of Mr NELSON, saddler, Yorkersgate, in childbirth.

13th September 1856

BIRTH

  • on the 1st inst., at Danby, the wife of John THOMPSON, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Appleton-le-Moors, the wife of W. FAWCETT, Esq., of a son.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Cropton, the wife of Thomas WOOD, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 4th inst., at Appleton-le-Moors, the wife of Mr J. WHITE, of a son.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas HODGSON, of a daughter.
  • Recently, at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Joseph GOSPILL, of a son.
  • On the 5th inst., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Thomas HARDY, of a daughter.
  • On the 6th instant, at her residence, Heith Hall, the wife of Stephen SMITH, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Thomas ROBINSON, farmer, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 4th inst., at the Parish Church, Kirby-Misperton, by the Rev. C. J. SYMPSON, incumbent, Mr J. WEBSTER, of Amotherby, joiner, to Miss Harriet BOYES, Cupid's Cottage, Little Barugh.
  • On the 10th inst., at Scalecoates church, Hull, by the Rev. T.S. BONNIN, Francis CARR, Esq., of the Manor House, Barton-le-Street, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr John BELL, of this town, merchant.
  • Same day, at Norton, by the Rev.E.DAY, Mr Job PEACOCK, carpenter, to Miss Eliza HEMMINGS.
DEATHS
  • On the 4th inst., at Appleton-le-Moors, of consumption, Jane, only daughter of Mr SNOWDON, tailor and draper, aged 16.
  • Same day, at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr William WILKINSON, aged 76 years.
  • On the 7th inst., at the same place, Mrs HORN, wife of Mr Wm. HORN, aged 45 years.
  • On the 6th inst., at New Malton, the infant son of Mr William KETTLE, aged 5 weeks.
  • On the 9th inst., at Winteringham, near Malton, much respected, Mr John CATTLE, miller, aged 72.

20th September 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 10th inst., at Appleton-le-Street, the wife of Mr Geo. RUTTER, grocer of a daughter.
  • On the 13th inst., at the "Pheasant Inn", Thirsk, the wife of Mr F. JENNISON, of a daughter.
  • On the 13th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr E. LONGBOTHAM, of a daughter.
  • On the 18th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Walter TAYLOR, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 15th inst., at St. Michael's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G. A. Firth, Mr John HOLT, bread baker, to Miss Hannah DENNISON, both of Malton.
  • Same day, at Leeds parish church, Mr Chas. HOPPER, linen-draper, formerly of Norton, to Mrs Elizabeth ELLIS, of Leeds.
  • Same day, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, M.A., at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr Thomas CROWTHER, Bradford, to Miss Jane MAIN, Ruswarp.
  • On the 16th inst., at Whitby, by the Rev. James DINGLE, Mr Wm. APPLETON, Dunsley, to Miss Jane AGAR, Newholme.
  • Recently, at Hinderwell parish church, by the Rev. Mr SIMNAN?, J. DUEL, Esq., to Miss JOHNSON, both of that place.
DIED
  • On the 9th inst., at Winteringham, near Malton, Mr John CATTLE, miller, aged 72 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at New Malton, Catherine, daughter of Mr Peter McMANHUS, aged 1 year.

27th September 1856

BIRTHS

  • Recently, the wife of Mr W. KIRBY, at her residence, Hope-Hall, near Stape, of a daughter.
  • On the 20th inst., at Great Habton, the wife of Mr Wm. STORRY, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr John DALE, of a daughter.
  • On the 12th inst., at same place, the wife of Mr George RUSTON, of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Appleton-le-Street, the wife of Mr George FISHER, of a daughter.
  • On the 8th inst., at Great Habton, the wife of Mr Crisby WIDD, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 18th inst., at Thornton, by the Rev. Mr HESLOP, Mr Richard BIRDSALL, to Miss Elizabeth WATSON, both of that place.
  • On the 23rd inst., at the parish church, Pickering, by the Rev. J. PONSONBY, M.A., Mr M. THISTLE, of Whitby, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr E. BLAND, of Pickering.
  • Same day, at Nafferton church, by the Rev. James DAVIDSON, Mr T.W. RIBY, of Liverpool, to Miss Jane LOVILL, of Nafferton.
DIED
  • On the 25th inst., at Whitby, suddenly, Miss GRIMSHAW, sister to Mr GRIMSHAW, pawnbroker, aged 20 years.
  • On the 22nd inst., at same place, Mr James BOVILL, Baxtergate, aged 56 years.
  • On the 21st inst., at Norton, infant daughter of Mr Joseph SMITH, aged 3 weeks.
  • On the 19th inst., at Tunbridge Wells, after a short illness, Mr John DOWKER, of that place, and formerly of Salton, near Malton, aged 43 years - deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 18th inst., at Nafferton, William F. THOMPSON, son of Mr William F. THOMPSON, station-master.

4th October 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 27th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr CALVERT, Saville-street, of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr John Martin COATES, of a son.
  • Same day at Langton, the wife of Mr BOGGITT, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 1st inst., at St. Michael's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, Mr William RENDER, of Welburn, farmer, to Miss Mary RUSTON, of Malton.
DIED
  • On the 26th ult., at Salton Grange, Mr John SANDERSON, farmer, aged 81 years; much respected. His end was peace.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Ellen BROWN, aged 98.
  • On the 27th ult., at Whitby, Suzannah SIMPSON, aged 58.
  • On the 28th ult., at Nawton, the beloved wife of Mr John TRENAM, auctioneer, aged 41 years.
  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, Mr George LUND, aged 36.
  • Same day and place, Ann, widow of the late Mr William PERRIN, aged 56 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Norton, Richard, son of Mr W. B. PRESTON, cordwainer, aged 3 years.

11th October 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., the wife of Mr Wm. SHARP, bootmaker, of a son.
  • Same day at Wharram Grange, the wife of Mr George FLETCHER, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 4th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Malton, by the Rev. Jas. FINDLAY, Mr George CHARTER, farmer, Barthorpe, to Miss Ann Alice HARRISON, Acklam.
DIED
  • On the 3rd inst., Robert, son of Mr Matthew ROBINSON, of Norton, age 3 years.
  • On the 4th inst., Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr Wm, SHEPHERD, land agent and appraiser, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 4th inst., at her residence, Cropton, the wife of Mr W. SHEPHERD, blacksmith, aged 55 years.

18th October 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Angram Grange, Mr Wm. SIMPSON, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr FIRTH, Master of the Boys' National School, Malton, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr HERD, whitesmith, of a daughter.
  • On the 4th inst., at her residence, West Lane, Danby, the wife of Mr John MILNER, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 11th inst., at the Danby Parish Church, by the Rev. J.C. ATKINSON, incumbent, Mr James RAW, member of the Castleton Brass Band, Danby, to Miss Elizabeth MITCHINSON, Ayton, Roseberry.
  • Same day, at the same place, and by the same minister, T.D. EASTON, Esq., Danby, to Miss Betsy, fourth daughter of Robert WILLIAMSON, Esq., Westerdale.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton Church, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr Thomas Beal WOOD, revenue-officer, to Jane, daughter of Mr T. Ewbank WOOD, "Turf Tavern," - all of Norton.
DIED
  • on the 7th inst., after a lingering illness, at an advanced age, Mr Robert SNAITH, Swans-gate, Lealholm.
  • On the 10th inst., at Norton, Robert Henry MONKMAN, aged 3 years.
  • On the 12th instant, at Keldholme, Ann, wife of Mr Geo. BURTON, aged 21 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, Alfred, son of Mr Matthew ROBISON, (sic) aged 15 months.
  • Same day, at Norton, the infant twin daughter of Mr Geo SUNLEY, painter, &c.

25th October 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 17th inst., at New Malton, Mrs William HARRISON, of a son.
  • On the 20th inst., at Norton, Mrs MITCHELSON, of a son.
  • On the 24th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr SCOTT, pilot on the Malton and Driffield Railway, of a son.
MARRIAGES
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, Mr J. SMITH, butcher, Malton, to Miss M. NICHOLSON, daughter of Mr W. NICHOLSON, butcher, Malton.
  • On the 16th inst., at Kirkdale Church, by the Rev. W. KAY, Mr Robt. PATTER, Kirby-Moorside, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr John WEBSTER, sen., farmer, Harum, Helmsley.
  • On the 18th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Thos. TINDALL, to Miss Jane Dignell HUTCHINSON, both of Sleights.
  • On the 19th inst., at the parish church Great Driffield, Mr Saul HARDY, bricklayer, to Mrs WOODMANSEY, landlord or the London Inn, and daughter of Mr WILSON, farmer, of the same place.
  • Same day, at the parish church Whitby, Mr Robt. RICHARDSON, cabinet maker, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Newby DUCK, bootmaker.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Robin Hood's Bay, Mr J. MENNELL, shipowner, to Mrs HARRISON, Post-office, Thorpe, Robin Hood's Bay.
  • Same day, at Hutton, near Malton, by the Rev T. W. MELLWISH, Mr G.J. TAYLOR, Manchester, to Sarah, the third daughter of Mr PEARSON, Hutton.
DEATH
  • On the 14th inst., at Ebberston, Mr. Robt. SMITH, aged 69.

1st November 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 6th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas DUNNING, of a son.
  • On the 12th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Samuel ROBINSON, coachsmith, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th ult., same place, the wife of Mr Wm. WILSON, joiner, of a son.
  • On the 25th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Henry SOULBY, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr James JENNISON, of a son.
MARRIAGES
  • On the 22nd ultimo, at Lastingham, by the Rev. R. D. EASTERBY, vicar, assisted by Rev. J. G. GLAVES, rector of Stonton Wyville, George HORSFIELD, gardener, to Sarah Ann SULLY, housekeeper to Joseph SHEPHERD, Esq., Appleton Lodge.
  • On the 25th ult., at St. Leonard's Church, Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr George RICHARDSON, of Whitby, to Miss Eliza SMITH, late of Newtown, Cork, Ireland.
  • On the 26th ult., at the Parish Church, Danby, by the Rev. John Chas. ATKINSON, Thomas BRIGGS, Esq., Head-house, Fryup, to Miss Jane, third daughter of John COVERDALE, Esq., of Danby.
  • On the 28th ult., at St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, by the Rev. D. Christmas MOORE, consin? (sic), assisted by the Rev. Geo. EASTMAN, Edward CORNER, Esq., merchant and shipowner, Whitby, to Anne Margaret ATKINSON, eldest daughter of Captain Thomas CHRISTMAS, London, and formerly of Great Yarmouth.
  • On the same day, at Redcar, by the Rev. W. MILLBOURNE, E. CORNEY, grocer, Whitby, to Miss Christian, second daughter of Mr Joseph DOVE, of Redcar.
  • On the same day, at the Parish Church of Feliskirk, by the Rev. J. JENKINS, Mr Joseph BENTLEY, of L?tton-under-Whitestone-cliff, to Miss Fanny SHEPHERD, of Thirsk, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Mr. SHEPHERD.
  • On the 29th ult., by the Rev. J. DINGLE, at the Parish Church Whitby, Mr Thomas PRESTWICK, yeoman, draper, &c., to Frances Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Wm. CLARKSON, Esq., both of Whitby.
DEATHS
  • On the 31st ult., at Malton, Mr James PERCY, cabinet maker, aged 56 years.
  • On the 12th ult., at Winteringham, Hannah SPANTON, after a long and severe affliction, borne with Christian resignation.
  • On the 17th ult., at Malton, Elizabeth, widow of Mr Wm. MEDD, ropemaker, aged 66 years.
  • On the 23rd ult., at Fridaythorpe, the infant son of Mr John CAWOOD.
  • On the 24th ult., at Malton, Mr Henry WILLIAMSON, street-paver, aged 30 years.
  • On the 25th ult., same place, the wife of Mr Robert PANTRY, railway labourer, aged 26 years.
  • Same day, at his residence, Cragg, Whitby, Mr Henry BROWN, master mariner, aged 38 years, much respected by all who knew him.
  • On the 27th ult., at Burythorpe, George, HOGSFIELD, aged 18 years.
  • On the 28th ult., at Spring Gardens, Norton, Maria, daughter of the late Mr HARDING, aged 18 years.
  • On the 3rd ult., Thomas, son of Mr Thom. WRAY, and? incumbent?, aged 24?.
  • On the same day, at her residence, West Parade, Falsgrave, Scarboro', Miss Harriot Low? SMITH.
  • (One more entry unreadable on my copy)

8th November 1856

BIRTHS

  • At Norton, on the 28th ult., the wife of Mr Isaac FORSTER, tailor, of a son.
  • At Swinton, on the 30th ult., the wife of Mr SIMPSON, farmer, of a son.
  • Same day, at Birdsall, the wife of Mr S. BANKES of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr COULTAS, joiner, of a son.
  • Same day, at Helmsley, the wife of Mr Jas. TODD, builder, of a daughter.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr BOULTON, brickmaker, of twins, both girls.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Brawby, the wife of Mr. J. COATES, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 30th ult., at Huggate, by the Rev. T. RANKIN, Mr Richard HORSLEY, farmer, Fimber Field, to Miss HORSLEY, only daughter of Mr Garton HORSLEY, farmer, Huggate.
  • On the 1st inst., at the independent Chapel, Driffield, Mr C. NICHOLS, of Nafferton, to Miss Jane BIELBY, of Driffield.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Whitby, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, Mr J. COLE, to Miss Eleanor Frances IRVIN.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Langton, Mr Mark KIRK, of Thorpebasset, farmer, to Miss Ann FISHER, of Langton.
DEATHS
  • On the 27th ult., at Castleton, Mr Geo. TROWSDALE, aged 59 years.
  • On the 27th ult., at Norton, Maria, daughter of Mr Thos. HARDING, aged 17 years.
  • Same day, at Muston-gate-house, age 67, Mary, wife of Mr Robt. CRAWFORD, late of Norton.
  • On the 29th ult., at Danby-end, Mrs Ann DUCK, widow of the late Mr John DUCK, parish clerk, age 68 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Rivaulx, aged 69, the wife of Mr Robt. RICHARDSON, grocer and draper, highly respected by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 31st ult., at Norton, Mrs Eleanor BURKETT, aged 73.
  • On the 1st inst., at his residence, Iburndale, Mr J. SELLERS, aged 57.
  • On the 2nd inst., suddenly, in the Independent Chapel, Whitby, Mr Thomas ENGLISH, farmer, Raithwaite, aged 77.
  • Same day, at Pickering, John Edward, the infant son of Mr Wm. SHARP, bootmaker.
  • On the 5th inst., at Whitby, Wm. EGLON, aged 56.

15th November 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Kirton WAUDBY, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr John SELLAR, of a son.
  • Same day, at Scampston, the wife of Mr Isaac HICKES, farmer, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 8th inst., at All Saints Church, Sinnington, by the Rev. J. PARKER, Wm. WILLIS, Esq., Gallow Heads, Marton, to Elizabeth BROWN, only daughter of the late Elam BROWN, of Marton.
  • On the 9th inst., at Hutton Rudby, Mr Alfred HAWXWELL, to Miss RODGERS, both of Thirsk.
  • On the 10th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. W. KEANE, M.A., Mr J. GILDER, watchmaker, Sandgate to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Geo. WOOD, Esq., shipowner.
  • Same day, at St. Mary's Lastingham, by the Rev. R.D. EASTERBY, Mr Isaac TAYLOR, farmer, to Sally, daughter of Mr John FEATHERSTONE, all of Farndale.
  • On the 18th inst., at the parish church, Thirsk, Mr John SADLER, cattle dealer, Booth Kilvington, to Miss Mary HILL, daughter of Mr HILL, Red Bear Inn, Thirsk.
DEATHS
  • On Tuesday, the 4th inst., aged 84, Mr Richard BROWN, farmer, Sonley Court, Welburn, Kirby Moorside.
  • On the 7th inst., at Malton, Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter, of Mr John MANN, tailor, aged 10 years.
  • On the 8th inst., Maria, the wife of Mr Geo. HALL, joiner, New Malton, aged 52.
  • Same day, at Scampston, the wife of Mr Isaac HICKES, farmer, of a daughter.
  • On the 9th inst., at South Kilvington, Mr Richard DRESSER, merchant, aged 55.
  • The death of Sir Edward Sherlock GOOCH, M.P. for East Suffolk, took place at his seat, Benacre Hall, in Suffolk, on Sunday last. The excellent Baronet was in his usual good health and sprits on the Tuesday morning previous. In him the ???? of the immediate neighbourhood have lost an excellent employer, and the labouring poor a kind and benevolent friend.
  • On the 11th inst., Mr John Rose at Burton-under-White-stone-cliff, aged 85.
  • Same day, at Eddlethorpe, Mr Robt. WISE, 40 years dog minder to Sir Tatton Sykes's foxhounds, aged 84 years.
  • Same day, at Coneysthorpe, Mr. Thos. BRADLEY, joiner and carpenter to the Earl of Carlisle for upwards of 20? years, much and deservedly respected, aged 70?.
  • On the 11th inst., at Thirkelby Hall, ...... the rest of this last entry unreadable on my copy.

22nd November 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 16th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr James SIGSTON, butcher, of a son.
  • On the 18th inst., at Settrington, the wife of Mr George BULMER, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. ASCOUGH, fell-monger, of a daughter.
  • On the 20th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr T. WRAY, schoolmaster, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton Church, by the Rev. E. DAY, John SCORESBY, to Rachel SHEPARDSON (sic), both of Norton.
  • On the 18th instant, at Sculcoates Church, by the rev. T. S. BONNIN, Johnathon SMITH, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Robert WALTON, of Langton, Near Malton.
  • On the 20th inst., at Wetwang, by the Rev., J. EDDOWES, Mr Henry Parker, Sledmere, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr Rich. BOTTERILL, Garton Field-House.
DEATHS
  • On the 9th inst., at Helmsley, Mr Matthew BETTS, tailor and draper, aged 36 years, much respected by a large circle of friends.
  • Same day, at Beadlam, near Helmsley, Mrs Ann TATE, at an advanced age.
  • On the 13th instant, at Malton, Mr William COVERDALE, aged 42 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at Norton, Henry INKERMAN, son of Mr J.J. BRAY, aged 1 year.
  • Same day, at Stockton-on Tees, Mrs Elizabeth PEARSON, aged 87 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, the infant son of Mr David BARREN, stonemason.
  • On the 16th inst., at Old Malton, Mary, relict of the late Mark COUSINS, aged 95 years. During her long life she enjoyed very good health, working till within a short time of her death. She was much respected by a large circle of friends, and her remains were followed to the church by a large concourse of people.
  • Same day, at Bulmer, after a most protracted illness, borne with the greatest Christian fortitude, and in humble submission to the Divine will, Anne PLUMER, aged 45, the eldest and beloved daughter of the Rev. Wm. PRESTON, rector of the above place.
  • On the 17th inst., Mrs J. WILKINSON, Grosmont, relict of James WILKINSON, Esq., of Aislaby Hall, near Whitby.
  • Same day, at the house of her daughter, Mrs EXLEY, Sarah, the relict of the late John PRATT, Esq., surgeon, of New Malton, aged 68 years.
  • Same day, at Helmsley, Sarah, the wife of Mr George KAY, wood-bailiff, aged 46.
  • On the 19th inst., at Malton, Mr Joseph WRANGHAM, chemist and druggist, in the 61st year of his age, much respected.
  • Same day, at New Malton, Mrs Elizabeth NELLIS, late of Whitby, aged 72 years.

29th November 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 13th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. SEARLE, grocer, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr John HURD, of a son.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. ASCOUGH, of a daughter.
  • On the 21st inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. SOLLITT, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Birdsall, the wife of Mr CHIPCHASE, of twins (both boys).
  • On the 23rd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr SMITH, whitesmith, Greengate, of a son.
  • On the 24th inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr FENWICK, farmer, of a son.
  • On the 26th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr BAKER, butcher, Butcher-corner, of a son.
  • On the 26th inst., at Malton, the wife of Robt., ALLAN, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 21st inst., at Whitby, by the Rev. Jos. HUGHES, B.A., Willis Allerston BENSON, Esq., to Dorothy, daughter of the late W. BENSON, Esq., of Whitby.
  • On the 25th inst., at Whitby, Mr James RICHARDSON, to Miss Margaret DUCK, both of Landsend, near Whitby.
  • On the 25th inst., at Fridaythorpe, by the Rev. W. R. GRISBACH, Mr Robert COATHAM, to Miss Jane, third daughter of Mr Henry CAWOOD, of Hemp-hall, Fridaythorpe.
  • On the 25th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Thos. COCKER, gardener, Wicksley, near York, to Mary Ann, sixth daughter of the late Mr Thomas THOMPSON, of North-Grimston.
DEATHS
  • On the 16th inst., at Hildenley, Charles George, infant son of Charles William STRICKLAND, Esq.
  • On the 20th inst., at Norton, Christiana, wife of Mr George STEPHENSON, coach-builder, aged 31.
  • On the 20th inst., at Hamley House, near Appleton, Anne, the beloved wife of John TOPHAM, Esq., aged 33 years. Her loss will be much regretted by a large circle of relations and friends.
  • On the 21st inst., at Thirsk, after a short illness, William STARBUCK, Esq., late Bank Manager of Messrs Backhouse's Bank, aged 65. He was much respected by all who knew him.
  • On the 25th inst., at Killick Lodge, near Pocklington, the wife of Mr James DURSEY, aged 27 years, eldest daughter of Mr James ATKINSON, Castle-Howard Pari.

6th December 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 19th ult., at New Malton, the wife of Mr John HOLT, of a daughter.
  • On the 27th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr John ARMSTRONG, of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., at New Malton, the wife of Mr John HUDSON, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., the wife of Mr Thomas MARSHALL, of a daughter.
  • On the 30th ult., the wife of Mr BOYES, Fimber, of a daughter.
  • On the 3rd inst., Mr Thomas THISTLE, Bellvue Terrace, West Cliff, Whitby, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 27th ult., at the Parish Church, Danby, by the Rev. J.C. ATKINSON, Mr Matthew DOBSON, to Miss Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Matthew EASTON, farmer, Danby.
  • On the 27th ult., at Camden Town, London, Mr Aaron CRAVEN, of Canton House, Harrowgate, to Mrs Brooks, Rochester Terrace, Camden Town, London.
  • On the 29th ult., at Norton Church, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr John BRAND, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Thos. CROSS, all of Norton.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Thormanby, near Thirsk, by the Rev. J. HIGGINSON, M.A. Rector, assisted by the Rev. J. OVERTON M.A. rector of Sessay, Annie, youngest daughter of the late Wm. ROBINSON, Esq., of Thormanby Hall, to Mr George DOWSON, of Thirsk.
DEATHS
  • On the 20th ult., at Amotherby Cottage, Mary Elizabeth, the infant daughter of Mr Richard HARRISON.
  • On the 28th ult., at S??inton, at the house of her mother, aged 26, Sarah Ann, wife of Mr R. JACKSON, farmer, Hutton-le-hole, and eldest daughter of the late Jerimiah COULTAS, farmer, Swinton.
  • On the 26th ult., aged 55, Mr Joseph Hugill, late of Danby-end. He was much respected by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, William, son of Mr. W. WARD, shoemaker, aged 5 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Wharram-le-Street, Mr Richard VASEY, aged 77 years.
  • On the 1st inst., Hannah, infant daughter of Mr John THOMPSON, miller, Danby-end.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Stittenham, near Castle-Howard, Mr Johnathon BROWN, farmer and grazier, aged 86 years - much respected.
  • On the 3rd inst., at the Manor House, Barton-le-street, Mary the wife of Francis CARR, Esq., aged 52.

13th December 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., at High Hutton, the wife of Mr George HICKES, innkeeper, of a son.
  • On the 9th inst., at Whitby, Mrs Thomas WRIGHT, Skinner Street, of a son.
  • On the 10th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr W. HOPPER, grocer, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr George l'ANSON, gas-fitter, of a daughter.
MARRIED
  • On the 4th inst., at the Parish Church, Stockon-on-Tees, Mr William AYRE, Tallow Chandler, to Miss KENDRICK, both of Stockton.
  • On the 9th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, M.A., Mr R PROUD, to Miss M. CRAVEN, eldest daughter of Mr Richard CRAVEN - all of Whitby.
  • Same day, at the Methodist Chapel, Brunswick Street, Whitby, Mr G. FRANK, shipwright, to Anna Margaret, second daughter of the late Mr LOCKEY, Whitby.
  • On the 10th inst., at St. Leonard's Church, new Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr John SKELTON, tailor, of St. Cuthbert's, York, to Hannah, youngest daughter of Mr John WALKER, V.S., New Malton.
  • Same day, at St Michael's Church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr William Judson ROBSON, of Branton Green, near Boroughbridge, to Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr SLATER, Malton.
  • Same day, at Barton-le-Street, by the Rev., Chas. HODGSON, Mr John SHEPHERD, of Amotherby, to Miss Sarah MENNELL, of Coneysthorpe.
  • On the 11th inst., at the Parish Church, Lastingham, by the Rev. R.D. EASTERBY, vicar, Francis, son of Mr Francis WEETMAN, farmer, of Appleton, to Susannah, second daughter of the late Mr John SHEPHERD, and niece to Joseph SHEPHERD, Esq., of the Lodge, Appleton-le-Moors.
DEATHS
  • At Harper, on the 4th inst., Mr Christopher MORRIS, joiner, aged 81 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Stockton-on-Tees, Mr George COVERDALE, aged 75 years.
  • On the 10th November last, at Brawby Place, Illinois, North America, aged 41. Mr Wm. COATES, second son of Mr Robt. COATES, farmer, Brawby, much respected.
  • On the 1st inst., at Old Malton, Ann, wife of Mr Robert DUNNING, wheelright, aged 79.
  • On the 2nd inst., aged 89, Margaret, relict of Mr Daniel SNOWDON, grocer and draper, Harum, Helmsley.
  • On the 4th inst., Miss Jane KAY, Hawkeldhead, Kirby-Moorside, aged 77.
  • On the 6th inst., at Old Malton, Ann, widow of Mr Wm. SEVERS, aged 71 years.
  • On the 7th inst., aged 60, Mr Thomas KAY, Hawkeldhead, Kirby-Moorside. He had been nearly 50 years in the employ of the late and present Lords Feversham, the last 26 years of which he was wood-bailiff, &c., and highly respected.

20th December 1856

BIRTHS

  • On Tuesday, the 16th inst., the wife of Robert DALE, Esq., of the City of York, solicitor, of a son.
  • On the 16th inst., the wife of Mr M. COOPER, Fimber, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 11th inst., at the Parish Church, Danby, by the Rev. J.C. ATKINSON, Mr Thomas FEATHERSONE, to Ann, youngest daughter of Mr W. SANDERSON, joiner, Ainthorpe.
  • On the 15th inst, at the Superintendent Register Office, Malton, Mr Thomas MARSHALL, to Miss Mary PHILLIPS, both of Leavening.
  • On the 16th inst., of Sheriff-Hutton, by the Rev T. MYERS, Mr Thomas DRAKE, eldest son of Mr G. DRAKE, Lawrence-St., York, to Miss Jane MARSHALL, youngest daughter of Mr G. MARSHALL, farmer, Sheriff-Hutton.
  • On the 17th ult., at Christ Church, Paddington, London, James Henry CARTWRIGHT, Esq., of St James's Square, to Mary, eldest daughter of Harrison WATSON, Esq., Porchester Terrace, Paddington, London.
DEATHS
  • On the 3rd inst., Ann, the beloved wife of Mr Wm. NEWLOVE, innkeeper, North Grimston.
  • On the 9th inst., at Sledmere, Mr John COLLEY, blacksmith, aged 21 years.
  • On the 10th inst., aged 81 years, Mrs Hannah WILLIAMSON, relict of the late John WILLIAMSON, farmer and grazier, Fowbridge, near Snainton.
  • Same day, at Wharram-le-Street, Mary, relict of the late Mr William PICKERING, aged 66 years.
  • Same day and place, Robert, son of Mr John HARRISON, aged 4 years.
  • On the 11th inst., aged 17 years, after a short and severe illness, Sarah, the beloved daughter of the late Benjamin RUSSELL, farmer, Sproxton, near Helmsley.
  • Same day, at Ganton Wold Farm, aged 32 years, Ruth, the beloved wife of Mr. Geo. ROBSON.
  • On the 12th inst., Mr Thomas LACEY, farmer, Near Stonegate, aged 27 years.
  • On the 13th inst., William, son of Mr John LOWNSBROUGH, Fowbridge, near Snainton, aged 6 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at Malton, the infant son of Mr Thomas HUDSON, druggist, aged 8 months.
  • Same day, at her residence, Well Close Square, Mrs Jane HUNTER, relict of the late Thomas HUNTER, Esq., aged 79.
  • Same day, Mrs Mary WALSH, aged 76, for many years one of our local nurses?.
  • On the 16th inst., at Norton, Mary GOTT, aged 46 years.
  • On the 18th inst., at his residence, Brunswick Street, aged 86?, much and deservedly respected from his long and extensive practice of nearly 40 years, Richard RICKLEY, Esq., M.D.

27th December 1856

BIRTHS

  • On the 24th inst., at Castle-Howard Gardens, the wife of Mr Geo. SUTHERLAND, of a son.
MARRIED
  • On the 15th inst., at the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr Thomas MARSHALL, to Miss Eliza PHILLIPS (not Mary, as stated last week), both of Leavening.
  • On the 20th inst., at the Parish Church, Bulmer, by the Rev. W. PRESTON, Mr Thomas YOUNG, of Norton, to Mary, only daughter of Mr William NEWBY, of Welburn.
  • Same day, at Helperthorpe, Mr John HOLTBY, to Miss Mary DAVISON, both of West Lutton.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Nafferton, by the Rev. James DAVIDSON, Mr Joseph POOLE, second son of Mr Joseph POOLE, butcher, Swinefleet, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr MASON, joiner and builder, Nafferton.
DEATHS
  • On the 17th inst., at Nafferton, Eliza, the wife of Mr Francis STOREY, aged 44 years.
  • On Thursday, the 18th inst., at Hartlepool, Mrs GRAY, widow of the late Mr John GRAY, of Welburn.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Leavening, Mr Thomas WRIGHT, farmer, (late of Bugthorpe), aged 43 years, much respected by a large circle of friends. He has left a widow and a large family to lament his loss.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Thorpe-Fields, near Thirsk, John ROB, Esq., aged 61.
  • Same day, at Nafferton, after a long and tedious illness, Susannah, the wife of Mr Francis WALKER, blacksmith, aged 60 years.

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The Malton Messenger
1856
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