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Transcriptions of the Births, Marriages and Deaths from the Malton Messenger for the year 1857


3rd January 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 28th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr H. ALLEN, of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., the wife of Mr Edward SEWELL, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 13th ult., at Bristol, Mr. J. B. SWALWELL, Willescombe, Somersetshire, schoolmaster, to Annie, youngest daughter of Mr Thos. SAWDON, late of New Malton.
  • On the 24th ult., at the parish church, Kirby-Grindalythe, by the Rev. T. BOUSTEAD, Mr. Chas. BARKER, of Driffield, to Jane, only daughter of Mr Wm. PERCY, Kirby-Grindalythe.
  • On the 27th ult. at Bulmer, Mr Allan WAITE, of Staxton, to Hannah, second daughter of Mr Austin WARDELL, of Welburn.
  • Same day, at Kirby-Grindalythe, by the Rev. T. BOUSTEAD, Mr Craven LUMLEY, of Marton, to Miriam, youngest daughter of Mr Henry EVERS, of Duggleby.
  • Same day, at Osmotherley, by the Rev. H. JONES, John SWALES, to Ellen NEASAM.
  • Same day, at Helmsley church, Mr REED, tailor, Pockley, to Margaret SLATER, dressmaker, Beadlam.
  • Same day, at St. Leonard's church, Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr. Thos. WIDD, labourer, to Helen COOKE, both of Malton.
  • On the 27th ult., at Kirkdale church, by the Rev. W. KAY, of Nawton, Mr Benjamin Pringle SHEPHERDSON, bacon factor, grandson of Mr. Jas. PRINGLE, of Nawton, to Miss Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr DOBSON, farmer, Welburn.
  • On the 29th ult., at St. Leonard's church. Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr John WILSON, farmer, to Elizabeth ALLEN, both of Malton.
  • On the 30th ult., at Norton, near Stockton-on-Tees, Mr T.J.TAYLOR, professor of music, West Hartlepool, to Miss PEACOCK, of Norton.
  • On the 31st ult., at Norton church, by the Rev. H. WALKER, of Burythorpe, Peter WOOD, to Ann MEDD, both of Norton.
  • Same day, at Helmsley church, Mr Robt. THOMPSON, to Miss WILDON, both of Beadlam.
  • Same day at Fridaythrope, by the Rev. W.R. GRIESBACH, Mr M. SHEPHERSON, to Miss Mary WHELBURN.

DEATHS

  • On the 24th ult., at Malton, Ann, wife of Mr Thos. GOODWILL, aged 69 years.
  • On the 25th ult., at Malton, Mr. Thos. APPLEBY, sailor, aged 68 years.
  • on the 25th ult., at Osmotherley, Thos. WHEELER, aged 63.
  • On the 25th ult., at Malton, Mr Robt LEE, joiner, aged 55 years.
  • On the 27th ult., at Ripon, at the residence of her brother, Miss Rebecca WRAY, late of Old Malton, aged 26 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Norton, Elizabeth HORSLEY, age 28.
  • On the 2nd inst., of consumption, at the home of his uncle, Mr G. NICHOLSON, Malton, Mr Thomas STATHERS, aged 23 years.


10th January 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr J.J. Bray, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., at Welburn, the wife of Mr James Stead, tanner, of a daughter.
  • On the 8th inst., at Sutton-under-White-stone-Cliff, the wife of Mr Robt. JORDISON, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 3rd inst., at Driffield, Mr. John Hill, shepherd, to Miss Mary CROSER, Fridaythorpe.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Ingleby Greenhow, Cleveland, by the Rev.- DALTON, Mr John MAWLAND, of Brawby, to Miss C. HAVELICK, second daughter of Mr Wm. HAVALICK, of the former place.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Scalby, by the Rev. R.J. COOPER, Mr. Thos. ROBINSON, farmer, of Burniston, to Miss Hannah BUTTERY, niece of Mr. John HODGSON, all of Burniston.
  • On the 7th inst., at Driffield, by the Rev. G. ALLEN, Mr Matthew STAINTON, luggage porter, Malton station, to Martha, eldest daughter of the late Mr ROBINSON of the former place.
  • On the 8th inst., at the Independent chapel, Malton, by the Rev. J. T. SHAWCROSS, brother of the bride, Mr B. REVELL, non-commissioned officer of the 90th Light Infantry, Aldershott Camp, to Miss Ann Amelia SHAWCROSS.
  • Same day, at Norton church, by the Rev. Mr WALKER, Mr Jas. SHEPHERD, of Ayton, to Miss ATKINSON, of the same place.

DEATHS

  • On the 30th ult., at Yedingham, Samuel PETCH, aged 35 years.
  • same day, at Malton, Mr Chas. STOTT, chimney sweep, aged 50 years.
  • on the 31st ult., at the Slip Inn, Huttons' Ambo, Miss Ann BROADBELT, aged 71 years.
  • On the 1st inst., at Stockton-on-Tees, after a short illness, Frances, the beloved and affectionate wife of Robt. THOMPSON, Esq., of that place, aged 60.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Low Hutton, Rachael CASS, aged 17 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Malton, Mr Thos. STURDY, machine maker, aged 83 years.
  • On the 4th inst., at Malton, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr Joseph RIDER, after a long and painfull illness, aged 66 years.


17th January 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Barton-le-Street, the wife of Mr Geo. GARBETT, of a son.
  • On the 13th inst., at Barton-le-Street, the wife of Mr Jas CATTELL, farmer, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 10th inst., at the Parish Church, Kirby-in-Cleveland, by the Rev. J.F. NEWTON, Mr John GAILES, joiner, Kirby, to Miss Mary Ann WEBSTER, of the same place.
  • On the 15th inst., at the Parish Church, Pickering, Mr John MILLER. upwards of 70 years, formerly of the "Buck" Inn, Malton, to Mrs Hannah PEARSON, upwards of 60 years of age, widow of the late Robert PEARSON, carrier, of Pickering.
  • Same day, at the Parish Church, Sherburn, by the Rev Thos. IRELAND, of Oldham, in Lancashire, Mr G LEIGHTON, farmer of East Heslerton, to Betsey, eldest daughter of Mr Joseph BIELBY, draper, Sherburn.

DEATHS

  • On the 9th inst., at Givendale, near York, Miss FARRER, aged 36 years, late of Stokesley, much and deservedly respected.
  • On the 10th inst., at Nunnington, Mr Thomas THOMPSON, aged 84 years.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, Mary Jane DALTON, aged 1 year and 11 months, youngest daughter of Mr W. DALTON, stonemason.
  • On the 11th inst., at Bogg Hall, Easthorpe, Mrs WAITE, widow of the late Mr James WAITE, farmer, aged 75 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, Mr George HOBSON, miller, aged 39 years.
  • Same day, at Stockton-on-Tees, after a short illness, Mr James DARNTON, butcher, aged 55 years.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, Mrs Mary NEASHAM, aged 35? years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Norton, Benjamin, son of Mr John HILDRETH, aged 4 months.
  • On the 13th inst., at Malton, Edward, son of Mr H. SOULBY, merchant, aged 22 years.
  • Same day, at Hatton Conyers, aged 25 years, Hannah, the beloved wife of Mr Ront. PEARSON, and daughter of Mr Jno FISHER, draper, Thirsk.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, Mr Leonard REVIS, chemist and druggist, in his 78th year. Deceased for many years carried on the first business in his line in the town of Malton, where he has always been held in the highest estimation as an honest, affable, and kind-hearted man. We believe the late Mr WRANGHAM was his first apprentice; and it is somewhat remarkable that, after a long intimacy as master, friend and fellow-tradesman, Mr REVIS should be so soon have followed Mr WRANGHAM to the tomb. Mr REVIS had known life in its various aspects, but it will be admitted by all who knew him that, in adversity as well as in prosperity, he acted the part of a noble and generous man, and to whom the language of our greatest poet might well have been applied -
  • "When Old Time shall call him to his last account, May Goodness and he fill up one monument"
  • On the 16th inst., at Stockton-on-Tees, after a long illness, Hannah, wife of Mr Thomas CHARLTON, grocer and provision dealer.


24th January 1857

BIRTH

  • On the 20th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr David RAPP, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On Thursday, January 8th, at Christ's Church, Boothamgate, York, Mr Wm. HEDLEY, to Mrs Ann SADLER, widow of the late Mr Wm. SADLER, farmer, of Seaboro-in-Cleveland.
  • On the 17th inst., at the Parish Church, Ellerbourne, by the Rev. J. PARKER, vicar, Mr Martin MEDD, to Anne, youngest daughter of Mr T. GELDARD, all of Wilton.
  • On the 19th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. EDWARDS, Mr H. Harrimmond LENG, to Miss Alice RAMSDALE, both of Whitby.
  • On the 21st inst., at St. Leonard's Church, New Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr Archibald Henry DOUGLAS, sailor, to Miss Elizabeth FRANK, both of St. Leonard's Parish.
  • Recently, at the Superintendent Registrar's Office, by licence, Mr Abraham GREENWOOD, jet turner, to Miss Catherine HEADLAM, both of Whitby.
  • Recently, at the Wesleyan Chapel, by licence from the Superintendent Registrar, Mr Joseph HATTON, of Middlesbro', flour dealer, to Miss Jane HUGILL, of Glazedale.

DEATHS

  • Recently, at Appleton-le-Moors, Mr Robert GRAYSON, aged 73 years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Wansford, Mr Robert WATSON, after a long illness, aged 24 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at Nafferton, Mr John BARCHARD, gentleman, aged 70 years.
  • Same day, at Old Malton, Mr John DUDDING, aged 65 years.
  • Same day, at High Hutton, youngest son of Mr Thos. RENNISON, blacksmith, aged 3 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at Thirkelby, near Thirsk, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr John SKELTON, whitesmith, aged 24 years, of child-birth.
  • At Appleton-le-Street, on Sunday, the 13th inst., Mrs Elizabeth LUND, aged 65 years, whilst on a visit at her son's house.
  • Same day, at Kirbymoorside, Mr Edward SNOWDEN, horse and cattle farrier, aged 70 years.
  • On the 19th inst., at Sutton-under-Whitestonecliff, Ruth, the beloved wife of Mr Thos. JORDISON, in her 70th year.
  • On Monday, the 12th inst., at Goathland, Mr Thomas HARWOOD, aged 80 years. His coffin had been made eight years, out of an ash tree which he had planted himself on his own estate, and, singular to say, there was no iron used, the handles and pins of the coffin being made of the same wood. The parishioners received a general invitation.


31st January 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 17th November last, at Largo Hill, Vittoria, Norfolk county, Canada West, the wife of Mr William CARTER, of a daughter.
  • On the 17th inst., at Brompton, the wife of Mr J.T.WATSON, police-officer, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Jas. WARD, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Snainton, the wife of Mr John BURNETT, jobber and farmer, of a daughter, still-born.
  • On the 27th inst., at Raskelfe, Mr John BARKER, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Sinnington, the wife of Mr Wm. WILLIS, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 26th inst., at St Mary's Church, Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr WHITESIDE, Mr Francis BANKS, shipowner and woollen draper, to Dorothy PIERSON, both of Whitby.
  • On the 28th inst., at the Register Office, Northallerton, by Mr J.S. WALTON, registrar, Mr William HAWE, to Miss Mary An TYERMAN, of Brompton, near Northallerton.
  • On the 29th inst., at Amotherby, by the Rev C.P. CLEAVER, Alfred, youngest son of Mr Francis WILSON, famer, Swinton, to Miss Mary DODDS, of Gillmoor, near Helmsley-Blackmoor.

DEATHS

  • On the 17th inst., at Bulamoor-moor, near Northallerton, Mr Abraham JAMES, farmer, aged 77 years.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Swinton, Mr John Martin, stonemason, aged 30 years.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Norton, Mr Richard Stamper, shoemaker, aged 64 years.
  • Same day, at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr J. NIXON, fishmonger, aged 53 years.
  • Same day, at West Harsley, Mrs Smith, the wife of Mr J. Smith farmer, Highly respected by a large circle of friends.
  • Same day at Hull, Charlotte B. WARD, second daughter of Mr WARD, of that place, aged 20 years.
  • On the 24th inst., at Broughton, the infant son of Mr G. WARD, tailor.
  • Same day, at Slingsby, Ann, relict of Mr J. HESP, at the advanced age of 91.
  • On the 25th inst., at Kirby-Moorside, Mr Richard MARSINGALL, aged 82 years.
  • On the 26th inst., at Malton, Mr George WELLS, fishmonger and town-crier, aged 50 years.
  • On the 27th inst., at Hutton-Ambo, Mr Wm. HEPTON, cattle dealer, aged 85 years.
  • Same day, at Malton, Ann, wife of Mr Paul BLANSHARD, much respected.
  • On the 28th inst., at Pickering, Mr Robert BEILBY, after a short-illness, aged 23 years.
  • On Wednesday, the 29th inst., at Stokesley, aged 41 years, Mr R. LAWKILL, much respected.
  • At her residence, Skinner Street, Whitby, Miss CLOSE, aged 68 years.


7th February 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 23rd ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Robt. HORSLEY, of a daughter.
  • On the 27th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr John WILDON, of a daughter.
  • On the 30th ult., at Foss Bridge, York, Mrs Robt. JOHNSON, of a son.
  • On the 31st ult., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr William ROBINSON, of a son.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Neil PERCY, joiner and cabinet-maker, of a son.
  • On the 4th inst., at Ainthorpe, the wife of Mr George SANDERSON, jet merchant of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 17th ult., at Wetwang, by the Rev. R. ALLEN, Mr Thomas MILLER, Wetwang, to Miss Matilda LOCKWOOD, Fimber.
  • Same day, at Wetwang, Mr Joseph ROBSON, Mennithorpe, to Miss GRACE, fourth daughter of Mr John COOPER, farmer, Fimber.
  • On the 30th ult., at Scarbro', Mr Francis WARWICK, eldest son of Mr John WARWICK, of the "Golden Lion" Inn, Malton, to Miss Mary JENNISON, of the same place.
  • On the 31st ult., at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. James DINGLE, Mr James JOHNSON, farmer, Newholme, to Miss Martha Robinson ELLICE, of Whitby.
  • Same day, at Terrington, by the Rev. C. HALL, Mr William YOUNG, of Tadcaster, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Mr Thos. PLACE, of Terrington.
  • On the 4th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Thirsk, by the Rev, W. STEPHENSON, Mr Wm. FOGGETT, druggist, to Elizabeth Thompson BLACKETT, carrier.
  • On the 5th inst., by the Rev. W. KEANE, Mr Manesseh HOLDSWORTH, to Ann, second daughter of the late Mr John PUCKRIN, innkeeper, Hawkser.
  • At the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr James DRUMMOND to Mrs Ann REED, both of that place. Within half an hour after the nuptual knot was tied, the usual parochial relief of 2s weekly was applied for by the bride.

DEATHS

  • On the 29th ult., Pickering, son of Mr John HODGSON, Fridaythorpe, aged 2 years.
  • On the 31st ult., in the same house, Mr Robert ROBSON, aged 78 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, the infant daughter of Mr John WILDON, brickmaker.
  • On the 1st inst., at Habton, Mr William INMAN, aged 69 years.
  • Same day, at the workhouse, Malton, Mr Thos. FLETCHER, aged 46 years.
  • Same day, at Sinnington, Elizabeth, the infant daughter of Mr Wm. STORR.
  • On the 2nd inst., in the 86th year of his age, Mr Thomas HAYES, of Middleton, near Pickering, He was the successful defendant in the late important will case of Foster v. Hayes.
  • Same day, at Hutgreen, near Pontefract, at an advanced age, Mrs JEFFERSON, for nearly half a century housekeeper to the late John RIVIS, Esq., of Winkolmlee, Hull, and Market-Weighton.
  • On the 4th inst., at Malton, Mr Geo. GIBSON, for upwards of 40 years cellerman to Mr ROSS - much respected.


14th February 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. HORSLEY, implement-maker, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Sinnington, the wife of Mr Samuel STABLES, of a daughter.
  • On the 11th inst., at Great Habton, the wife of Mr John HARPER, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 5th inst., at Pickering, by the Rev. J. PONSONBY, Mr Isaac COATES, of Swinton, to Miss Mary Hart, of Kingthorpe, near Pickering.
  • Same day, at Lastingham, by the Rev. R.D. Easterby, Mr Robert PEARSON, farmer, Woolmoor, Kirbyknowle, Thirsk to Miss Betsy, fifth daughter of Mr John PEACOCK, farmer, Farndale.
  • On the 9th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. James DINGLE, Miss Elizabeth SPARK, of Robin Hood's Bay, to Mr William TODD, tailor, Whitby.
  • On the 11th inst., at the Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr John LOCKWOOD, to Miss Harriet WALKER, both of Leavening.

DEATHS

  • On the 6th inst., at Harburg, formerly of Slingsby, Jane SPARROW, aged 24, after a short illness.
  • On the 6th inst., Mr Harman MASON, of Sinnington, aged 81 years. He was father of the late Rev. Harmon MASON, missionary to the West Indies Islands.
  • On the 7th inst., at Duggleby, very suddenly, Ann, only daughter of Mr John DUNN of Leavening, servant to mr W. SPINK, age 21 years.
  • On the 8th inst., at the residence of her nephew (Mr Ponsonby), Sinnington, Mrs ROBINSON, aged 80 years.
  • On the 9th inst., at Winteringham, Mr Johnathon MARSHALL, of Winteringham Common, aged 21 years.
  • Same day, at Old Malton Mill, Mr John WOODMANSY, aged 23 years. Deceased was apprenticed to Mr R. SEARLE, grocer, of Norton, and lately assistant to Mr Thomas TAYLOR, grocer, Malton, by whom he was much respected.
  • On the 9th inst., at Terrington, Jane, the second daughter of Mr Robert DOBSON, schoolmaster, aged 22 years.
  • On the 10th inst., at Settrington, much respected, aged 79 years, Tabitha, wife of Mr Wm. DIXON, farmer of the above place. She was a member of the Wesleyan Connexion upwards of fifty years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Thirsk, the Rev. Edward SERGEANTSON, rector, Kirbyknowle.


21st February 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Sledmere, the wife of James SNARRY, farmer, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Sledmere, the wife of Wm. KILVINTON, shoemaker, of a daughter.
  • On the 12th inst., at Sledmere, the wife of Wm. BRADSHAW, blacksmith, of a son.
  • On the 13th inst., the wife of Ralph WILKINSON, Esq., York, of a daughter.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr Wm. VAREY, farmer and cattle-dealer, Bugthorpe, of a son and heir.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr S. WALLGATE, innkeeper, of a daughter.
  • At the Brewery, Thornton-le-Clay, the wife of Mr Dennis, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 11th inst., at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Driffield, by the Rev. H. KNOWLES, Mr BAKER, second son of Mr John COOPER, Fimber, to Miss Mary TEMPLE of Driffield.
  • On the 12th inst., at Huggate, by the Rev. T. RANKIN, Mr TATE, recently from America, to Miss Elizabeth KIRBY, Huggate, late of Rillington.
  • On the 14th inst., at the Parish Church, Scalby, by the Rev. James SEDGEWICK, M.A., Mr Wm. DEWSBURY, of Scalby, to Miss Hannah, daughter of Mr Arthur JACKSON, farmer, of Scalby Lodge.
  • Same say, at Barton-le-Street, by the Rev. C. Hodgson, Mr Thomas PERCY, of Slingsby, joiner, to Miss Maria PERESS, Barton-le-Street.
  • On the 16th inst., at St Leonard's Church, Malton, by the Rev. D. ACE, Mr WHITFIELD, photographic artist, to Miss S. JOHNSON, both of Malton.
  • Same day, at Norton, by the Rev. C. DAY, Mr Geo. PERRIN, tailor, to Miss Rachel KILVINGTON.
  • On the 17th inst., at St. Michael's Church, Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Richard BARKER, to Miss Hannah THURNHAM.
  • Same day, at the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. Jas. DINGLE, Mr M.H. PICKERING, farmer, Fryling Dale, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr Thomas PAPE, postmaster, of Helmsley.
  • On the 18th inst., at Brunswick Chapel, Whitby, Mr G. PIERSON, Whitby, to Mrs LOCKEY, furniture broker, Church Street, Whitby.
  • Same day, at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr J. LACEY, to Miss Catherine ARMSTRONG, both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 5th inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr J. APPLETON, aged 68 years.
  • On the 10th inst., at Malton, Robert Henry, son of Mr J. GREEN aged 7 months.
  • Same day, at Winteringham Common, Johnathon, eldest son of Mr James MARSHALL, aged 21 years.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, Mrs Hannah COATES, aged 83 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr H. BELL, aged 45 years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Malton, Alice, widow of Mr Charles PRUDENCE, butcher, aged 35 years.
  • Same day, at Scalby Nabs, Mr Christopher DIXON, aged 80 years.
  • On the 13th inst., Mr Edward BARR, of Marton, aged 72 years.
  • On the 17th inst., at Pry Cottages, Sledmere, Mrs Mary HORNER.


28th February 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 22nd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Samue (sic.) WALKER, Union clerk, of a daughter.
  • On the 27th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. TAYLOR, tea-dealer, &c., Castlegate, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At the Parish Church, Whitby, by the Rev. James DINGLE, Mr R. WILSON, gentleman, to Mrs M. MARTINDALE, both of Liverpool.

DEATHS

  • On the 18th inst., at Old Malton, Martha, wife of Mr John KITCHING, aged 57 years. She was followed to the grave by twelve of her own children (nine sons and three daughters), nine of whom were married, besides a large number of friends, by whom she was much respected.
  • On the 21st inst., at Ripon, Mr John ELSWORTH, aged 66 years. Highly respected by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 24th inst., at Whitby, Mr J. METCALFE, aged 49.
  • On the 26th inst., at Norton, Mr William WILDON, aged 56 years.
  • Same day, at Norton, Emily Jane, only daughter of Mr E. BUXTON, aged 4 years.
  • Same day, at London, William BROWN, Esq., Cliff House, Whitby, aged 67, much regretted, being one of the best landlords in the North-Riding.


7th March 1857

BIRTH

  • On the 3rd inst., at Dalby Hall, the wife of Wm. EWBANK, Esq., of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 28th ult., at Fridaythorpe, by the Rev. Mr GRIESBACH, Mr Wm, PETTS, Huggate, to Miss Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Mary ROBSON, Fridaythorpe.
  • Same day, at Wharram, Mr WILKINSON, bricklayer, High Towthorpe, to Miss Hannah MEGGINSON, dressmaker, of the same place.
  • On the 4th inst., at Pickering, Mr John KIRBY, grocer, &c., to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr COVERDALE, spirit-merchant, Pickering.
  • Same day, at Middleton, near Pickering, Mr Thomas DOWSON, joiner, to Miss Jane DOBSON, both of Wrelton.

DEATHS

  • On the 25th ult., a few days after child-birth, Mary DREWERY, Leavening, aged 30 years.
  • On the 27th ult., at South-holme, Eleanor, relict of the late Mr John MUZEEN, of West Ness, aged 53.
  • On the 1st inst., Mr T. TURNER, farmer, Fangfoss, aged 57 years.
  • On the 2nd inst., at East Lutton, Mr John BROWN, farmer, aged 76 years.


14th March 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 8th inst., Mrs John BLADES, Welburn of a son.
  • On the 8th inst., at Westwood Cottage, Beverleym Mrs C. H. PRIESTLEY, of a daughter.
  • On the 9th inst., the wife of Mr KING, Acklam, of twins.
  • On the 10th inst., the wife of Mr GREEN, tailor, Welburn, of a son.
  • On the 11th inst., the wife of Mr G. MARWOOD, West SUTTON, of a daughter.
  • Same day at Poplar Row, Whitby, the wife of Captain Henry ROBINSON, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 4th inst., at Seamer, Mr John WARD, farmer, Snainton Heights, to Miss Ellen MEGGINSON, of Thorn Park, East Ayton, Scarbro'.
  • On the 9th inst., at Terrington, by the Rev. John Stephen HALL, rector of Dalby, Mr John JOHNSON, farmer, Old Malton, to Miss Francis SELLER, Terrington.
  • On the 11th inst., at Wentworth, yorkshire, Mr H. HOBBS, of Londesbro', to Miss S.A. PEPPER, of Wentworth.

DEATHS

  • On the 2nd inst., at Kirby Mills, Mr John DOUTHWAITE, farmer, &c., aged 66 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Old Malton, Mr John OLIVER, aged 61 years.
  • On the 8th inst., Mary Alice, second daughter of Mr P.F.H. HEITMANN, of Hull, aged 9 months.
  • On the 9th inst., at Thirsk, the wife of Mr WELBOURN, watchmaker, aged 27 years.
  • On the 10th inst., at Sowerby, the wife of Mr W. GILLING, carrier.
  • On the 11th inst., at Whitby, Miss Jane COUPLAND, aged 59 years.


21st March 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 12th inst., at the Gas House, New Malton, Mrs MOSEY, of a son.
  • On the 13th inst., the wife of Mr John PICKERING, farmer, Allerstone Marshes, of a son.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, Mrs BRITTLEBANK, of a son,
  • Same day, at Coneysthorpe, Wood House, the wife of Mr John MENNELL, of a son.
  • Same day, at Helmsley, the wife of the Rev. Geo. CRUDDAS, of a daughter.
  • On the 18th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr M. DODSWORTH, cabinet-maker of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 12th inst., at Huntington Church, Mr J.B. TWEDELL, Stokesley, to Miss WOLSTONCROFT, of Huntington, near York.
  • On the 14th inst., at the Parish Church, Lastingham, Mr Geo. BOWES, to Miss Jane STRICKLAND, youngest daughter of John STRICKLAND, Esq., Spaunton.
  • On the 15th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr Jaspar BINGANT, to Miss SALTON, both of Whitby.
  • Same day, at the Registrar's Office, Whitby, Mr William BARNARD, sailor, to Miss Sarah Jane SMITH, both of Whitby.
  • On the 17th inst., at Whitby, Mr J. SAWDON, farmer, to Miss M. BRECON, third daughter of Mr Marmaduke BRECON, Sneaton.
  • Same day, at Settrington, Mr John COOK, farmer, to Fanny, second daughter of Mr John HESP, both of Settrington.
  • Same day, at Helmsley, Mr John JEFFERSON, ironmonger and cabinet-maker, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Mr Thomas PAPE, postmaster of Helmsley.

DEATHS

  • On the 12th inst., at Cawton, Mr BROUGH, farmer, aged 72 years.
  • On the 15th inst., Mr P. HAREWOOD, Goathland, aged 67 years.
  • On the 16th inst., at Whitby, Miss Alice Maude CLARKSON, youngest daughter of G. CLARKSON, Esq.
  • Same day, mr Thos. FREER, farmer, Terrington, at an advanced age.
  • On the 17th inst., at Terrington, Esther JESSYMAN, relic of the late Mr Thos. JESSYMAN, aged 68 years.
  • On the 18th inst., at Terrington, Hannah, relic of the late Mr Geo. GOODWILL, aged 66 years.


28th March 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 19th inst., at Welburn, Mr WATSON, of a daughter.
  • On the 24th inst., at New Malton, the Lady of the Rev. J. WALKER, incumbent of Old Malton, of a son.
  • On the 25th inst., at Duggleby, Mrs Hesseltine, of a son.
  • On the 26th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. BRADLEY, joiner, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 19th inst., at St. Mary's Church, Beverley, by the Rev. Bolton BRANDER, vicar, Mr John POLE, second son of the late John POLE, of York, to Miss Anne SYTH, of Tickton, near Beverley.

DEATHS

  • On the 7th inst., of apoplexy, at his residence, Ardwick Green, Manchester, Mr Joseph MORLEY, late of Norton, near Malton, aged 75.
  • On the 18th inst., at Welburn, Mr Geo. BRADLEY, aged 87.
  • On the 19th inst., at Leeds, Mrs Ann SCREEN, aged 57, sister to Mr Geo. HARDY, of this town.
  • On the 20th inst., at Welburn, Mrs SMURTHWAITE, aged 63, much respected.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr Charles LIGHTOWLER, waterman, aged 33.
  • Same day, Theodore, son of Geo. BINKS, V.S., Osmotherley, aged 15 months.
  • On the 21st inst., at Swinton, Mr John DUKES, aged 77.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Old Malton. Grace, relict of Mr Robt. NIXON, aged 99.


4th April 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 22nd ult., at the Manor-House, Sinnington, the wife of E. WINDLE, Esq., of a son.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr David ADAMSON, Lutton, of a son.
  • On the 28th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr James NEWBY, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr George RIDSDALE, of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas ARUNDEL, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., at Westow, the wife of Edward DONKIN, Esq., of a daughter.
  • On the 1st inst., at New Malton, Mrs KING, Newbegin, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Raisthorpe, the wife of Henry JEWISON, Esq., of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 26th ult., at the Parish Church, Kirby-in-Cleveland, by the Rev, J.F. NEWTON, Mr Thomas COWTON, Broughton, to Miss Ann WIKE, of Osmotherley.
  • Same day and place, Mr Wm. SAYER, stonemason, to Mrs Jane SMITH of Broughton.
  • On the 27th inst., at Broughton, by the Rev. John BLAIR, Mr Samuel WEBSTER, Marishes. to Miss Ann CRAVEN, Snainton Heights.
  • On the 28th ult., at Ellerburn by the Rev. James PARKER, Mr John Charles MASON, of that place, to Miss DIXON, daughter of Mr Wm. DIXON, of Thornton.
  • Same day, at Fridaythorpe, by the Rev. W.R. GRIESBACH, Mr John DREW, to Miss Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr T. GRAY, all of Fridaythorpe.

DEATHS

  • On the 21st ult., at Dromonby House, Cleveland, Miss J. DOBSON, aged 77, much respected.
  • On the 25th ult., at Barton-le-Street, Judith WRAY, aged 78, much respected.
  • Same day at Malton, Mr James ANDERSON, Wood-sawyer, aged 51.
  • Same day, at Sutton lock, Alice LIGHTOWLER, formerly of Malton aged 78.
  • On Friday, the 27th ult., at Ingleby Arncliff, William MAULEVERER, Esq., or Arncliff Hall, aged 71 years.
  • On the 27th ult., Mr John FENTON, chimney-sweep, aged 42.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mary, relict of Mr Robert WAINES, cordwainer, aged 91.
  • On the 28th ult., at the residence of her son, Mr Thomas CLARKSON, St Andrew's Mound, Beverley, aged 90. Ann, relict of Mr John CLARKSON, formerly of Norton, near Malton, and for 30 years agent for Richard WATT, Es., of Bishop Burton.
  • On the 29th ult., Mary WAINE, New Malton, aged 91.
  • Same day, at Snainton, Mr Robert HALL, much respected, aged 81 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Osmotherley, Betty wife of George THOMPSON, aged 74.
  • On the 30th ult., at New Malton, Jane, relict of Mr Wm. HARRISON, rope-maker, aged 73.
  • Same day, at the Gas House, New Malton, the infant son of Mr James MOSEY, aged 2 weeks.
  • On the 31st ult., at Sinnington, Hannah Jane, only daughter of Mr Joseph EASTERBY, aged 11 months.


11th April 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Malton, Mrs Henry SMITHSON, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 26th ult., at the British Consulate, Nice, Sardinia, Sir David BREWSTER, R.H., L.L.D., F.R.S., to Jane KIRK, second daughter of the late Thomas PURNELL, Esq., of Scarboro'.
  • On the 4th inst., at the Parish Church, Hackness, Mr G. HOPPER, farmer, Lowdales, near Hackness, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr WOOD, of Sleights, near Whitby.
  • On the 7th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr Silvester REED, printer, &c., Old Market-place, to Miss HUDSON, daughter of Chas. HUDSON, Esq., West Cliff, Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 1st inst., Mary, relict of Mr BARTON, stonemason, Beadlam, aged 8?.
  • on the 2nd inst., at Ampleforth, Robert LIGHT, aged 75.
  • On the 3rd inst., Kirby-Moorside, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Joseph, MAUDE, inkeeper, aged 42.
  • Same day, at Scarbro', James ROBINSON, Aubro Street, aged 67.
  • At Stainacre, near Whitby, Hannah, wife of Mr HENDERSON, miller, aged 74.


18th April 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 10th inst., at Malton, Mrs John WILDON, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Norton, Mrs William MARSEY, of a son.
  • Same day, at Whitewall, Mrs Emanuel PARKER, of a daughter.
  • On the 11th inst., at Malton, Mrs Richard JEFFERSON, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Scarbro', the wife of Mr J. SMITH, hairdresser, of a daughter.
  • At Snainton, the wife of Mr Robt. HARRISON, farmer, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 12th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr PINDER, saddler, to Mrs RIPLEY, both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 30th ult., at Newton-on-the-Hill, Mis Elizabeth Chisholm, aged 25.
  • On the 6th inst., at Broughton, Margaret, daughter of Mr J. HUTCHINSON, aged 15.
  • On the 8th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Robert HALL Esq., aged 77,
  • On the 9th inst., at Malton, Mary, daughter of Mr Ralph HAYES, aged 14.
  • On the 11th inst., at Whitewall, the infant daughter of Mr Emanuel PARKER, aged 1 day.
  • On the 12th inst., Mr Mathew HODGSON, farmer, of Flaxton, aged 71.
  • On the 12th inst., at Sowerby, Wm. LAMBERT, Esq., surgeon, greatly respected.
  • On the 13th inst., at Amotherby, Mr Edward FOSTER, aged 77.


25th April 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Allerston, the wife of Thos. ESH, Esq., of a son.
  • On the 16th inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Francis RAWLIN, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of the Rev. B. SHAKESPEARE, Baptist minister, of a son.
  • On the 19th inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr HODGSON, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Mr John MITCHELL, of a son.
  • On the 21st inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Wm. BEALE, of a son.
  • Recently, at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Thomas HARRISON, of a daughter.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Mount Pleasant, near Castle-Howard, the wife of Mr HEEKLEY, of son.

MARRIED

  • On the 11th inst., at Kirby-moorside, Mr John SMITH, engineer, second son of Mr B. SMITH, engineer, Malton, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Wm. SIMPSON, corn miller, &c., Newsham Mill.
  • On the 17th inst., at Norton, Mr Wm. RICHARDSON, Malton, to Mrs Mary HUME, of Norton.
  • On the 20th inst., at St Mary's Church, Islington, Mr G MAYRICK, London, to Emma, only daughter of the late Mr STANBROUGH, London.
  • Same day, at the Parish Church, Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr W.H. TOASE, farmer, Miss JOHNSON, daughter of Mr Newburn JOHNSON, all of Brompton.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Norton, Mr G. WRIGHSON (sic.) to Elizabeth Ann BOYES.
  • Same day, at St Margaret's Whalley Range, Mr William Craven WATTERSTON, of Manchester, to Miss Alice C MUDD, of the same city, youngest daughter of the late Mr Robt. MUDD, of Halifax.
  • At St. Michael's Malton, Mr Robt. DUKES, of Scagglethorpe, to Eleanor, second daughter of Mr Chas, ELLIS, of the same place.

DEATHS

  • On the 15th inst., at the house of Mr LOTHERINGTON, Westow Grange, near Malton, Mr Wm RICHARDSON, aged 85.
  • On the 16th inst., at Scalby, Mr Wm. KIRK, aged 76.
  • On the 17th inst., at Malton, Sarah, wife of Mr Robert DOWKES, tailor, age 78.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr Robert JACKSON, stonemason, aged 46.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr Martin DODSWORTH, waterman, aged 49.
  • Same day, at Old Malton, Mrs CLARKSON, aged 28, and her infant child, aged 10 days.
  • On the 19th inst., at Malton, Mr Richard LAPISH, aged 17.
  • Same day, at Brompton, Miss Margaret GELDART?, aged 28.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr John STRICKLAND, Esq., farmer, Spaunton, Lastingham.
  • On the 20th inst., at Amotherby, near Malton, Mebac? DUKES?, aged 19.
  • Same day, in Whitby, Mr John ROSE, Church Street, aged 34?.


5th May 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 24th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. ALLAN, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, Mrs BRAND, of a son.
  • On the 27th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr C. HALL, Clarke's Yard, of a son.
  • On the 28th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. CHIVERS, of a daughter.
  • On the 29th ult., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr M. NENDICK, of a son.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr W. WRIGHT, Castlegate, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 25th ult., at the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr John COULTAS, of Kirkham, to Miss E. HELSTROP, of Malton.
  • On the 27th ult., at Cliff Lane Chapel, Whitby, Mr George WALKER, grocer, to Miss H.B. CUTHBERT, both of Whitby.
  • To-day (Saturday), at Feliskirk, by the Rev. J. JENKINS, M.A., J. PEARSON, Esq., Marderby Hall, to Miss M. CLOUGH, youngest daughter of Mr CLOUGH, at the Rectory.

DEATHS

  • On the 24th ult., at his residence, Hutton Lodge, near Malton, Joseph STARKEY, Esq., late of Woodhouse Lodge, near Huddersfield, aged 58.
  • On the 27th ult., the wife of Mr J. CAITLEY, blacksmith, Wetwang, aged 32.
  • On the 29th ult., at Sinnington, Mr Richard HARLAND, aged 35


9th May 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 28th ult., at New Malton, the wife of Mr William MARTINDALE, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., at New Malton, the wife of Mr FENWICK, policeman, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at New Malton, the wife of Mr T.T. SMITH, grocer, Old Maltongate, of a daughter.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Birdsall, the wife of Mr CROSBY, gamekeeper, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Langton, Ellen GOTT, of a son.
  • On the 5th inst., at Bordale Tunnel, Mrs GREEN, of twins, both boys.
  • Same day, at Old Malton, Mrs FARROW, of a son.
  • On the 6th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Henry RUSSELL, of son.
  • On the 7th inst., at Burythorpe, the wife of the Rev. H. J. WALKER, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 2nd inst., at Terrington, by the Rev. Charles HALL, Mr David NASH, grocer, to Mrs Hannah JACKSON, for some years laundry maid to the above rev. gentleman.
  • On the 3rd inst., at St. Mary's church, Whitby, by the Rev. Joseph HUGHES, B.A. Mr James GRAY, clerk to Messrs. Walker and Hunter, solicitors of this town, to Miss Alice WEBSTER, only daughter of Mr John WEBSTER, both of this place.
  • On the 4th inst., at West Heslerton, by the Rev. C. W. KNYVETT, rector, Mr John KNAGGS WARD, to Priscilla, daughter of Mr John LIGHTOWLER, innkeeper, both of this place.
  • On the 5th inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G. P. CORDEAUX, Mr James WILSON, ironmonger, Halifax, to Frances, daughter of Mr Robert BROWN, bricklayer Malton.

DEATHS

  • On the 27th ult., at Foxholes, Mr John SHEFFIELD, aged 63 years, much respected.
  • On the 30th ult., at Beverley, aged 44 years, Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Mr John WATSON, builder, of the same place.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Appleton-le-Moors, aged 9 years, George, son of Mr Wm. SCARTH.
  • On the 6th inst., at the same place, Christiana THORP, aged 45. Deceased had been confined to her bed between 12 and 13 years.
  • On the 4th inst., at Whitby, Mr J. WOOD, master mariner, aged 57.


16th May 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 7th inst., at Settrington, the wife of Mr Simeon KIRBY, of a daughter.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr Robert COATHAM, Hemp Hall, Fridaythorpe, of a son.
  • On the 8th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr David HARTAS, of a daughter.
  • Same day at Raskelf, the wife of Mr James SHEPHERD, of a daughter.
  • On the 9th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr MILNER, of Newbegin, of a son.
  • Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Mr Thos. KITCHEN, of a daughter.
  • On the 10th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr SMITH, Wheelgate, of a son.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Frank BROWN, Old-Malton-gate, of a daughter.
  • On the 11th inst., at Birdsall Top, the wife of Mr PICKERING, of a son.
  • On the 13th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Ledman SMITH, Old-Malton-gate, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr William WALKER, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Geo. LONGSTER, Old-Malton-gate, of a daughter.
  • On the 14th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr HORSLEY, shopkeeper, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 9th inst., at Norton, Mr John NEWTON to Miss E. BALDWIN.
  • On the 10th inst., at Rillington Church, Sam. FLINTOFT, Esq., shipowner and merchant, to Miss Eliza CRAIG, second daughter of the late Lieutenant CRAIG, R.N., both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 5th inst., at Scarbro', Percival, eldest son of the late Mr Percival LUCCOCK, stonemason, Malton, aged 51.
  • On the 6th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Mrs Jane HORNER, aged 80.
  • On the 8th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Mr John FIELD, aged 78.
  • On the 9th inst., at Malton, Jane, relict of Mr M. ROBERTS, waterman, aged 77.
  • Same day, at Malton, Lilly, daughter of Mr G. DINSDALE, aged 1 year.
  • Same day, at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr John LOWTHER, innkeeper, aged 75.
  • Same day, very suddenly, Mr W. WILKINSON, many years chief constable of Whitby Strand and district, aged 72.


23rd May 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 14th inst., at Broughton, the wife of Mr John CHAPMAN, of a son.
  • On the 15th inst., at Settrington, the wife of Mr ETTY, of a daughter.
  • On the 16th inst., at the same place, the wife of Mr Thos. HEWICK, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr Geo. MASTERMAN, of a son.
  • On the 17th inst., at Malton, the wife of the Rev. J. FINDLAY, of a son.
  • On the 18th inst., at Amotherby, the wife of Mr RIDLEY, of a daughter.
  • On the 19th inst., at Langton, the wife of the Rev. SHADWELL, of a daughter.
  • On the 20th inst., at West Heslerton, the wife of Mr Wm. REDHEAD, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 16th inst., at Terrington, by the Rev. C. HALL, Mr John CARR, to Miss Ann DOBSON, both of Ganthorpe.
  • Same day, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Scarbro', Mr Dobson MORRIS, butcher, to Miss Elizabeth FLETCHER, both of that place.
  • On the 17th inst., at the Register Office Scarbro', Mr D. MARSHALL of Kingthorpe, near Pickering, to Miss Elizabeth JOHNSON, of Silpho.
  • On the 18th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Thos. WILSON, joiner, to Miss Ellen HOLLIDAY, both of Whitby.
  • Same day, at the Register Office, Scarbro', Mr G. APPLEBY, of Muston, to Miss Jane LEPPINGTON, of Scarbro'.
  • On the 19th inst., at West Heslerton, by the Rev. C.W. KNYVETT, Mr Joseph PEARSON, of Heslerton, to Miss Hannah SIMPSON, daughter of Mr SIMPSON, blacksmith, Duggleby.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr W. TUTIN, draper, Northallerton, to Miss Alice CLOSE, of Whitby.
  • Same day, Mr Robinson GROVES, to Miss Ann PORRITT, both of Whitby.
  • On the 21st inst., at the parish church, Kirby-Misperton, by the Rev. C.J. SYMPSON, Mr Robt. RUSSELL, of South Holme, to Mary, daughter of Wm. BARKER, Esq., of Habton.
  • At Kirby-in-Cleveland Parish Church, by the Rev. James DALTON, Mr Charles MASON to Mrs Hannah HUNTER, both of the above place.

DEATHS

  • On the 14th inst., at Knapton station, Mrs DUKES, aged 70 years, much respected.
  • On the 15th inst., at Kirby-in-Cleveland, Mrs E. MANKIN, aged 95.
  • On the 16th inst., at Great-Ayton-in-Cleveland, Miss WRIGHT, aged 60.
  • On the 17th inst., at Great-Ayton-in-Cleveland, Joseph GARBUTT, aged 7.
  • On the 18th inst., at East Heslerton, Ann, wife of Mr Isaac TURNER, aged 26 years.
  • On the 19th inst., at East Heslerton, the infant son of Mr WHILEY, blacksmith.
  • Same day, at Pickering, Mr John HODGSON, tailor and draper, aged 85, highly respected by a numerous circle of friends.
  • Same day, at the Union House, Malton, Mr John WALKER, aged 94 years.
  • Same day, at New Malton, Mr Joseph ROBERTS, tanner, aged 48 years.


30th May 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 23rd inst., at New-Malton, Mrs SKELTON, Old-Maltongate, of a son.
  • Same day, Mrs ROUSLEY, Old-Maltongate, of a daughter.
  • On the 24th inst., Mrs SMITH, Norton, of a son.
  • Same day Mrs SUFFILL, Langton, of a son.
  • Same day the wife of Mr T. CROSS, Wheelgate, of a daughter.
  • On the 26th inst., Mr W. FEWSTER, Swinton Grange, of a daughter.
  • On the 27th inst., the wife of Mr ROBINSON, Superintendent of Police, Malton, of a son.
  • Same day the wife of Mr WOFFINDIN, Hutton's Ambo, of a son.
  • On the 28th inst., at Belle Vue, Whitewall, the wife of Mr J. SWALWELL, hatter, Yorkersgate, Malton of a daughter.
  • Same day at Swinton, the the wife of Mr STOCKDALE, farmer, of a son.
  • Same day at Old-Malton, the wife of Mr Joseph NENDICK, tailor of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 21st instant, at the Parish Church, Sinnington, by the Rev. J. PARKER, J.D. HARDING, Esq., to Mary only daughter of Mr WILLIS?, farmer, of Marton.
  • On the 23rd inst., at St. Leonard's Church, Malton, Mr Jacob SNOWDEN, Carrier, to Miss Mary KITCHING, of Old-Malton.
  • Same day at Brompton near Northallerton, by the Rev. W. J. MIDDLETON, Mr James NEESHAM to Miss Sarah RICHARDSON.
  • Same day and place, Mr James CRAW to Miss Ann WILKINSON.
  • Same day and place, Mr James KENDREW to Miss Mary Ann NEESHAM.
  • Same day at Norton, by the Rev J. P. CORDEUX, Mr Mark NICHOLSON, Butcher, Malton, to Miss Mary JONES, second daughter of Mr John JONES, Union Inn, Norton.

DEATHS

  • Died at Mysore near Madras, East India, of Cholera and fever, Thomas WOOD, Jockey, son of Mr Thomas Ewbank WOOD Innkeeper, Norton, near Malton, Yorkshire, after a brief illness of twelve days, in the 21st year of his age; to the great regret of his master J.C. CAMPBELL, Esq, Mysore, and friends.
  • On the 20th inst., Susannah wife of Mr W. GIBBS, Innkeeper, Scarbro'.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Kirby-Grindalyth, aged 60 years, Mrs Mary PERCY. Her end was peace.
  • Same day, aged 53, Mr Geo FRANCIS, Innkeeper, Scarbro'.
  • Same day at Osmotherley, Sarah wife of William WILSON, farmer, aged 82 years.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Filey, Mrs Susannah HEBDEN, aged 48 years.
  • Same day at Norton, very suddenly, Mrs Elizabeth WARD, aged 50 years
  • Same day at Malton, of consumption in the 34th year of his age, Mr John MORRITT, Plumber and Glazier, much respected.
  • On the 21st inst, at Osmotherley, Ann wife of John STURDY, carrier, aged 39 years.
  • Same day, aged 79, Mr Richard F. FOSTER, grocer and tallow chandler, Scarbro'.
  • Same day aged 38, Mr John Clemishaw ROBINSON, of the Unicorn Hotel, Ripon.
  • On the 25th inst., Mr Thomas ALLANBY, farmer, also freeman of Beverley, East Riding, aged 87 years.
  • On the 26th inst., at Malton, Mr John HILL, joiner, aged 51 years.
  • Same day at Scarborough, at the house of her son-in-law Mr FRANKISH, Auctioneer, Mrs Ann CATTLE widow of the Mr CATTLE, of Winteringham, age 70 years.
  • On the 28th inst., at Norton, Mr Edward WRAGG, many years gardener at Settrington Hall; he has left a widow and eight children to deplore his loss.
  • On the 29th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr John BOULTON, auctioneer, aged 69 years.


6th June 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 2nd inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Luke BLAKELOCK, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 26th ult., at Hovingham, by the Rev. J. S. HARE, rector of Dalby, Mr Robert TURTON, farmer and cattle dealer, Easingwold, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr Richard BLAND, farmer of Dalby.
  • On the 28th ult., at the Centenary chapel, York, by the Rev. P.M'Owan, Mr Luke BENSON, of Ampleforth, timber merchant, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Jas. SNOWBALL, of Yearsley.
  • Same day at Osmotherly, by the Rev. Henry JONES, Mr Richard ALDER, to Miss Jane HARDY, both of Osmotherly.
  • Same day, at Thornton-le-Beans, by the Rev. F.A. STARKY, vicar, of North Otterington, Mr Wm. KILVINGTON, farmer, Bank Head, near Northallerton, to Hannah, youngest daughter of Mr G. ANDERSON, North Field House, Thornton-le-Beans, farmer.
  • On the 31st ult., at Huntington, near York, by the Rev. B.E. METCALFE, vicar, Mr Wm. SUNMAN, of Ashfield House, Malton-road, farmer, to Miss T. ROBINSON, farmer, Elvington, near York.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Barton-le-Street, by the Rev. G. GABB, Mr George JUDSON, Hovingham, to Miss June BARTRUM, of Barton-le-Street.
  • Same day, at Wilton Church, near Guisbro', Mr Joseph CALVERT, bootmaker, Stokesley, to Miss Margaret YORK, of Great Ayton.
  • At the Parish Church, Whitby, June 1st, Mr Thos. COULSON, cabinet-maker, to Miss Esther SKERRY, both of Whitby.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Whitby, Mr G. DAVIDSON, cabinet-maker, to Miss Elizabeth WRIGHT.

DEATHS

  • On the 29th ult., rather suddenly, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr Holliday HARRISON, Acklam, aged 25 years. the deceased was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends for her amiability, and her end was that of a true christian.
  • Same day, at Slingsby, after a lingering illness, borne with christian patience, Joseph HILL, aged 72 years.
  • Same day at Stockton, Mary, relic of Amos GRAHAM, of Osmotherly, age 89 years.
  • On the 31st ult., at Hawterly, in Bilsdale, Mrs Elizabeth Wilson, widow of Thos. Wilson, of the same place, aged 84 years.
  • Same day, at Malton, Arthur, son of John FOX, aged 2 years.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Robert ALLEN, aged 44 years.
  • Same day and place, infant daughter of Mr Robert HORSLEY.
  • Same day at Stokesley, Mrs Margaret STONE, the wife of Mr John STONE, schoolmaster, aged 21 years. Her early death is much deplored by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Birdsall, Mr Wm POTTER, aged 27 years.
  • On the 3rd inst., Betsy BAKER, Innkeeper, of Goathland, aged 78 years.
  • On June 1st at Bag Hole, Whitby, Mr William MOSS, aged 70 years.


13th June 1857

BIRTHS

  • June 4th, at New Malton, the wife of Mr John SAWDON, of a son.
  • June 8th, the wife of Matthew THISTLE, Church Street, Whitby, of a son.
  • June 11th the wife of Mr John JACKSON, plumber and glazier, Malton, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On Wednesday the 10th inst., at the parish church, Wakefield, by the rev. C.J. CAMIDGE, M.A. Vicar, James eldest son of James HARRISON, Esq., of Driffield, to Lucy Anne, second daughter of Thomas Mark CARTER, Esq., of Wakefield.

DEATHS

  • On the 23rd ult., at Ainlaby near Pickering, Mr Peter CAMPLING, aged 69?
  • On the 31st ult., Mr John HIND, farmer, Allerston, aged 81 years, much respected.
  • June 4th, at Norton, infant daughter of Mr W. HORSLEY.
  • On the 6th inst., at Whitby, Hannah, the wife of Peter TAYLOR, aged 62 years.
  • Same day, Sarah Jane COLLEGE? aged 17 years.
  • On the 7th inst., at Newholme, near Whitby, Thos. DOWEN?, aged 57 years.
  • June 7th, at East Heslerton, aged 73, Hannah wife of Mr James WOODALL, tailer and draper, much respected.
  • At Helmsley, on the 8th inst., aged 48 years, Mr William ROWLAND, seed merchant and clerk to the Board of Guardians of the Helmsley Union.


20th June 1857

BIRTHS

  • Recently, at Fimber, the wife of Mr Joseph WHITFIELD, of a son.
  • Also, at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr E. CUNDILL, of twins. Both infants are dead.
  • On the 13th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Henry KIRBY, of a son.
  • Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Mr Robt. BEILBY, of a son.
  • On the 15th inst., at York, the wife of Mr Wm. DAVISON, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 2nd inst., at Kilburn, by the Rev. J. SWAINSON, William, eldest son of Mr Francis NAWTON, farmer and innkeeper, Kilburn, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr William LUMLEY, farmer, Oldstead.
  • On the 13th inst., at Welburn, Mr Thos. CROWTHA, to Hannah SPRUCE, daughter of the late Mr SPRUCE, schoolmaster Welburn.
  • Same day, at the register office, Malton, Mr John RYMER of Gilling, to Miss Ann POTTER, of Sheriff Hutton.
  • Same day, at Fridaythorpe, by the Rev. W.R. GRIESBACH, Mr Joseph JACKSON, to Miss HARPER, both of that place.
  • On the 16th inst., at Langton, by the Rev. A. SHADWELL, Joseph, youngest son of the late Mr Wm. WRAY, of Wharram-le-Street, farmer, to Hannah, fourth daughter of Mr Thos. BOYES, of the former place.
  • Same day, by the Rev. T. BOUSTEAD, Mr Henry POUNDER, to Miss Alice OXENDALE, both of Kirby Grindalyth.
  • On the 17th inst., at Whitby, Mr Edward ORMISTON, farmer, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr John WALKER, farmer, Dunsley.

DEATHS

  • On Friday, the 12th inst., at Leppington Grange, near Malton, after a painfull illness, John WILKINSON (late of Scrayingham) aged 52 years. His amiable disposition acquired him a large circle of friends, who deeply lament his death.
  • On the 14th inst., at Harum, Robert, fourth son of the late Mr WINSPEAR, Crook House, Harum, aged 44 years.
  • Same day, at East Lutton, Mrs LOVET, aged 85 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Ann RUDDOCK, aged 15 years.
  • Same time and place, Harriet FOX, aged 25 years.
  • On the 10th inst., at Snainton, Mr Benjamin BROWN, aged 72 years.
  • Same place, on the 11th inst., Mrs Mary CORDINER, aged 80 years, much respected.


27th June 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 19th inst., the wife of Robert MEGGINSON, Esq., surgeon, at Snainton, of a son.
  • On the 22nd, at New-Malton, the wife of Wm. WRANGHAM, spirit merchant, &c., of a daughter.
  • At West Heslerton, on the 24th inst., the wife of Mr Thomas CHAPMAN, of a daughter.
  • On the 25th inst., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Thos. LAKES, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 20th inst., at the parish church of Hutton's Ambo, by the rev. G.A. SMITH, Curate of Crambe, John CARISS, railway porter at Hutton Station, to Elizabeth NEWBY, eldest daughter of the late Richard NEWBY, all of Hutton's Ambo.
  • Same day, by the Rev. C. R. KAY, vicar, Mr Edward DAWSON, plumber, glazier, and painter, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr Thos. RICKABY, builder, all of Kirby-Moorside.
  • On Monday last, at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. William KEANE, M.A., Incumbent, Mr Robert ROBINSON, of No. 15, Lower Neville Street, Lambeth, London, (formely of Brotton in Cleveland) to Anne Elizabeth only daughter of Mr William COOPER, innkeeper, Whitby.
  • On the 24th inst., at St. George's Church, Bolton-le-Moors, by the Rev. Neville JONES, Thomas MORRIS, Esq., solicitor, Chorley, to Florence Eliza, eldest daughter of W. FARRER, Esq., of Bolton-le-Moors, and formerly of Ripon, banker.
  • On the 25th, at the Parish Church, Croxton, by the Rev. J. TAYLOR, Mr Thos. MEYRICK, jun., Malton, to Anne Eliza, eldest daughter of J.M. WILDERS, Esq., Croxton.

DEATHS

  • On the 17th inst., at Norton, aged 72 years, Mrs Elizabeth PRUDAMES.
  • On the 18th inst., at Malton, Elizabeth YOUNG, aged 81 years, much respected by a circle of friends and relatives. Her end was peace.
  • On the Saturday last, at Whitby, Mr Thos. ARGUMENT, aged 73 years.
  • On Monday the 22nd inst., at South Kilvington, Mary widow of the late John PICK, Esq., of Thirsk.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Hardy Flat, near Welburn, Thomas RIGLESWORTH, aged 83 years.
  • On the 24th inst., at Welburn, Ann SIMPSON, the wife of William SIMPSON, aged 69.
  • On the 25th inst., at New Malton, Mr George YATES, cooper, aged 86 years. About a fortnight ago, deceased was severely bit in the leg by a dog; Erysipeias ensued, from the effects of which he died.


4th July 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 29th ult., at West Heslerton, the wife of Mr David BEAN, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., the wife of the Rev., W. KEANE, Parsonage House, Bagdall, of a daughter.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr W. B. HORNE, of the 'Whitby Gazette', of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 2nd inst., at St. Peter's Church, Pickering, by the Rev. R. KITCHING, Mr Mark HUDSON, draper, Malton, to Miss Frances SWABY, Marishes, third daughter of Thos. SWABY, late of New Malton.
  • On the 27th ult., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Geo. FRANK to Miss Mary DOBSON.
  • Same day, at St. Leonard's Church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEUX, Mr John SNOWBALL, of Kirby-Misperton, farmer, to Miss Helen SNOWDEN, of New Malton.
  • Same day, at Holy Trinity Church, Hull, by the Rev. Dr BROMBY, Mr C. MONKMAN, of New Malton, to Miss Eliza, third daughter of Mr G. BURNBY, of the same place.
  • At the Register Office, New Malton, Mr H.C. SUTTON, of Henderskelfe, to Miss M.A. ROBSON.

DEATHS

  • On the 21st ult., at Brompton, Hannah, the wife of Mr J. TODD, Osmotherley.
  • Same day and place, Mrs Elizabeth STAINTHORPE, aged 84.
  • On the 24th ult., at Kirby-in-Cleveland, Captain William KEARSLEY, aged 78, highly respected.
  • Same day, at Brompton, Mr John ALDERSON, aged 65.
  • On the 26th ult., Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, of Rillington, aged 67.
  • Same day, at Ilildenley, Mary, second daughter of the late Mr W. THOMPSON, of Eskdaleside, near Whitby, aged 27.
  • Same day, from disease of the brain, Ann, wife of Thomas WARDELL, butcher, of Settrington, aged 60. She had been forty years a member of the Wesleyan Society, and feared God above many.
  • On the 29th ult., at Malton, David, infant son of Mr MILNER, artist, Saville-street.


11th July 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 27th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr M. DINSDALE, of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., the wife of Mr Henry KIMBERLEY, Castle-Howard Inn, of a daughter.
  • On the 3rd inst., Mrs MENNELL, Brambling-field, of a daughter.
  • On the 5th inst., Mrs M'DONALD, Greengate, of a daughter.
  • Same day, Mrs YATES, The Doodles, Old Malton, of twins.
  • On the 7th inst., Mrs STAMPER, Old Malton, of twins.
  • On the 8th inst., the wife of Mr PREST, Coneysthorpe, of a son.
  • On the 9th inst., the wife of Mr Wm. DIXON, waiter at the "Talbot" Hotel, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 4th inst., at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Malton, by the Rev, J. FINDLAY, Mr Robert HODGSON, Snainton, to Miss Elizabeth PICKERING, Scampston.
  • On the 5th inst., at the Baptist Chapel, Malton, by the Rev. B. SHAKESPEARE, Mr J. B. SKERRY, builder, to Martha, youngest daughter of Mr John HUDSON, whitesmith, Malton.
  • On the 7th inst., Mr R. BERRIMAN, Draper, Malton, to Miss GRUNDON, White House, Pickering.

DEATHS

  • On the 1st inst., at Brawby, Mr W. BROWN, aged 57, much respected.
  • On the 5th inst., at Malton, Mrs Elizabeth BROWN, aged 85.
  • Same day, at the Union Workhouse, Malton, Mr William ANDREW, aged 57.
  • On the 6th inst., after a protracted illness, Anne, the wife of James WHITE, jun., schoolmaster, Harum.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr Wm. WARD, aged 73.
  • Same day, at Malton, Ellen, wife of Richard REED, aged 65.
  • On the 5th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. HORSLEY, implement maker, aged 24.


15th July 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Northallerton, the wife of C.J. Davison INGLEDEW, Esq., F.G.H.S., of a son.
  • On the 14th inst., at Slingsby, Mary, the wife of George FORTH, saddler, of a daughter.
  • On the 16th inst., at Burythorpe, the lady of W. PRESTON, Esq., of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 11th inst., at the parish church, Thornton, by the Rev. W.F. HESLOP, Mr Benjamin BAKER to Miss Elizabeth STEPHENSON, both of that place.

DEATHS

  • On the 9th inst., at Kirby Moorside, Mr Wm. CHAPMAN, the nephew of Richard CHAPMAN, Esq., M.D., aged 20. Deceased was very much respected by a large circle of friends.
  • On the 10th inst., at Malton, Mrs HARTLEY, widow of the Rev. J. HARTLEY, Marton-cum-Grafton, aged 78 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Weaverthorpe, suddenly, Mr John HAMMOND, aged 58 years.
  • On the 12th inst., at Langton, Isabella FRANKLAND, aged 82 years.
  • On the 13th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Mrs Elizabeth FIELDS, aged 77 years.
  • Same day, at Ryton, Hannah FOX, aged 19 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at Westow, Mary, widow of the late John RICHARDSON, innkeeper.
  • At Northallerton, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Thomas WELDON, tailor.
  • On the 17th inst., at New Malton, David BROWN, aged 52 years.


25th July 1857

BIRTHS

  • Recently, at Welburn, the wife of Mr I. PEARSON, of a daughter.
  • On the 17th inst., at Hutton, Mrs MILNER, of a son.
  • On the 18th inst., at Settrington, Mrs SKELTON, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at New Malton, Mrs J. BARKER, of a son.
  • On the 20th inst., at Norland House, Notting Hill, London, the wife of Mr G.N. STATHERS, late of this town, of a son.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Swinton, Mrs A, PERCY, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Settrington, Mrs Thos. RICHARDSON, of a son.
  • Same day, at Mowthorpe, the wife of Robt. TOPHAM, Esq., of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 18th inst., at the Wesleyan chapel, Malton, by the Rev. C. GARRETT, Mr John CRAVEN, of Old Malton, to Miss Margaret PEARSON, of the former place.
  • Same day, at Raskelfe, by the Rev. Mr LEAH, Mr James HODGSON, blacksmith, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr WAITES, innkeeper, both of Raskelfe.
  • On the 21st inst., at Brompton, by the Rev. John BLAIR, Mr Francis DICKINSON, son of Thomas DICKINSON, Esq., of Brompton Low Field, to Miss Julia KENDALL, of the same place.
  • Same day, at Brompton, by the Rev. John BLAIR, Mr Robt. HODGSON, of Hutton Buscel, to Miss B. KENDALL, of the same place.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Wykeham, by the Rev. A.C. BROOMHEAD, Mr Thos. LAWSON, to Miss Hannah BOTHAM, both of that place.

DEATHS

  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, the daughter of Mr Edward BANKS, aged 16 months.
  • On the 16th inst., at Whitby, Mr Ralph COULSON, aged 67 years.
  • On the 17th inst., at Old Malton, the daughter of Mr Edward POSTILL, aged 1 year.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr David BROWN, coal merchant, aged 51 years.
  • Same day, at Malton, the infant daughter of Mr Thomas GIBSON.
  • On the 19th inst., at Slingsby, Hannah, the wife of Mr Thos. PEIRSON, aged 64? years.
  • On the 20th inst., at York, Robert, the eldest son of Mr G. DUNN, bookseller, aged 22? years.
  • Same day, at Layerthorpe, Mr Henry DOWLER?, aged 85 years.
  • On Tuesday last, Mr James JOBSON, Skeldergate, York, millwright, aged 67 years.


1st August 1857

MARRIED

  • On the 8th ult., at West Heslerton, by the Rev. C.W. KNYVETT, Mr George Thompson, farmer, Heslerton, to Miss Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr John WILLIAMSON, farmer, Yedingham.
  • On the 20th ult., at St. Oswell's Parish Church, Durham, Mr George HOLMES, Norton, butcher, to Miss Margaret PECK.
  • On the 23rd ult., at Kilham, by the Rev. H. DANES, Jno. STANELEY, Esq., Dottril Park, to Margaret, eldest daughter of F. DANBY, Esq., Kilham.
  • On Tuesday, the 28th ult., at Huggate, by the Rev. Thos. RANKIN, Mr Henry STUBBS, of Burnby, farmer, to Miss Harriet WARD, of Huggate.

DEATHS

  • On the 22nd ult., at Bulmer, to the irreparable loss of his family and friends, Mr Edward CATTLEY, for 24 years the faithful servant of the Rev. Wm. PRESTON, rector of the above place.
  • On the 23rd ult., at Sheriff-Hutton, after a long and painfull illness, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr John MARSHALL, aged 66 years.
  • Same day, at Lelholm Side, in the township of Glazedale, Mr Henry MEAD, cartwright.
  • On the 24th ult., at Dunnington House, Mr John BUMBY, late of New Malton. aged 39 years.
  • On the 25th ult., at Huttons Ambo, infant daughter of George MILNER.
  • On the 26th ult., at Old Malton, Thomas SHEPHERDSON, aged 15 years.
  • Same day, at West Heslerton, Mrs Lucy PATRICK, aged 70 years, much respected.
  • On the 28th ult., at Appleton-le-Street, Mary, wife of Mr Wm. HODGSON, aged 37 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at East Heslerton, Elizabeth WOODALL, wife of Mr Thos. WOODALL, tailor, aged 25 years.


8th August 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 29th ult., at Welburn, the wife of W. LANGDALE, of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., at Welburn, the wife of W. STONES, of a son.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr W. UNDERWOOD, of a son.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Bagdale, Whitby, Mrs R. LENG, of a son.
  • Same day, at Whitby, the wife of Mr CASS, pilot, of a son.
  • On the 4th inst., at Whitby, Mrs G. CLARKSON, Church Street, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Whitby, the wife of the Rev., G. CLARK, P.M., of twins.
  • Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Chas. NORTON, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 4th inst., at the register office, Malton, Mr John LIGHTFOOT to Miss Mary COATES, both of Swinton.

DEATHS

  • On the 6th inst., at Old Malton, at an advanced age, Hannah, relict of the late Mr John RACE, of that place, miller.


15th August 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 10th inst., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr Thos. COATES of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 8th inst., at York, Mr John SMITH, jeweller, &c., Scarbro', to Mary Ann, only daughter of Mr HOPPER, Penley Grove-Street, York.
  • On the 9th inst., at St. George's church, Bloomsbury square, London, by the Rev. Adam Parks, Mr John RUMINOUS, green grocer, Upper King-street, London, to Jane, third daughter of Mr John STONEHOUSE, farmer, Scalby.
  • On the 11th inst., at the parish church, Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr John Smith STURDY, butcher, Malton, to Kate, youngest daughter of Mr Jas. LAVERACK, innkeeper, Hyde Park Corner, Norton.

DEATHS

  • On the 4th inst., ay Wydale, near Snainton, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr Johnathon WEBSTER, much respected, aged 66 years.
  • On the 6th inst., at Coneysthorpe, very suddenly, the wife of Mr David MORLEY, aged 43 years, much respected.
  • On the 7th inst., at New Malton, Mr Wm. ASQUITH, waterman, aged 70 years.
  • On the 10th inst., at Ruswarp, Mr John FRANK, innkeeper, and for several years gamekeeper to the late Lord MULGRAVE, aged 72 years.
  • On the 11th inst., at Coneysthorpe, the infant son of Mr Thos. COATES.
  • On the 13th inst., at Hovingham, Mr Robt. BANKS, aged 77 years, much respected.


22nd August 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 16th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr John SPANTON, Green Man inn, of a son.
  • On the 17th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr J. CHARLTON, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 15th inst., at St. Martin's church, London, R.C. BALES, Esq., to Mary Susannah, only daughter of James MALCOLM, Esq., United Service Institution, Whitehall, London.
  • On the 16th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Chas. ENDRETH to miss Frances STOTHARD, both of Whitby.
  • Same time and place, Mr A. DILLON to Miss M. HOGARTH.
  • On the 17th inst., at Whitby, Mr KILLINGTON to Frances Ann MARSHALL.
  • On the 18th inst., at St. Mary's, Bishophill Senior, York, by the Rev. J. WARD, Mr Wm. MONKHOUSE, grocer, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Mr Thos. HATFIELD, all of York.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr Thos. E. JENKINSON, confectioner, to Miss Mary Ann CLOSE, both of Whitby.
  • On the 20th inst., at the Friends' meeting-house, Worcester, Mr Henry PICKERING, of Malton, draper, to Sarah-Anne, daughter of Samuel BURLINGHAM, of Worcester.

DEATHS

  • On the 9th inst., at Stokesley, Mr John BRAITHWAITE, farmer and cattle dealer, aged 55 years; much respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintences.
  • On the 18th inst., at Old Malton, the infant daughter of Mr Robt. MOSEY.
  • Same day, at Malton, aged 75, Mary, wife of Mr Robert WILSON, cordwainer.
  • On the 14th inst., at the workhouse, Malton, aged 77, Mr John WRAY, coal porter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Malton, aged 9 months, the son of Mr John SMITH, whitesmith.
  • On the 16th inst., at Sutton-on-the-Forest, aged 62, Thos. BARKER, Esq.
  • On the 17th inst., at Malton, aged 59, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Jas. HARRISON, hairdresser.
  • Same day, at Hutton Buscel, aged 63, Mr Christopher KIRBY, farmer, much respected.
  • On the 18th inst., at Malton, age 61, Sarah, wife of Mr John COULSON, coal porter.
  • Same day, at Malton, the infant son of Mr Wm. DIXON.


29th August 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 23rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr W. DIXON, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 16th inst., at St. Mary's church, Scarbro', by the Rev. J. WHITESIDES, Captain Thos. HARRISON to Mrs WRIGHT, widow of Captain, Wm. WRIGHT, both of Malton.
  • On the 24th inst., at the parish church, Otley, by the Rev. J. HART, vicar, Mr R. INGHAM, railway station, Malton, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr John HARTLEY, farmer, Brainthorpe, near Otley.
  • On the 25th inst., at the register-office, Malton, Mr Thos. BRIGHAM, tailor, to Miss Eliza HUTCHINSON, both of Malton.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr Wm. BURDEN, mariner, to Sarah, Ann ALLERY, both of Whitby.
  • On the 28th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Geo. TAYLOR, jet worker, to Miss Sarah Walker STORREY, both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 23rd inst., at Thornton, after a long and tedious illness, aged 28, Mr Wm. HARDY.
  • Same day, at Malton, aged 25, the Rev. Herbert DUNKERTON, Unitarian minister to the Malton and Welburn churches.
  • Same day, at Malton, aged 48, Hannah WILKINSON, house-keeper to mr B. SMITH.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Whitehall-corner, Norton, aged 31, Mr Thos. PINKNEY, joiner.
  • Same day, at the Union-house, Malton, aged 79, mr Robt., ETTY.
  • Same day, at Hutton-le-Hole, near Kirby Moorside, aged 67, Mr Richd. BOWES, agent to H.B. DARLEY, Esq.
  • On the 24th inst, at Driffield, the wife of Mr W. TURNER, jun., stationer.


5th September 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 27th ult., at Hutton's Ambo, the wife of Mr. John WELBURN, of a daughter.
  • On the 28th ult., the wife of Mr W. TAYLOR, Market-place, of a daughter.
  • On the 29th ult., the wife of Mr RUSTON, bacon factor, of a son.
  • On the 30th ult., Mrs. BRIGHAM, Church-hill, of a son.
  • On the 1st inst., Mrs. YORK, of Clock Row, Norton, of a son.
  • On the 2nd inst., Mrs. LIGHTOWLER, Barnby's Yard, of a son.
  • Same day, Mrs. JACKSON, Rillington, of a son.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr. Thomas INMAN, Habton, of a son.
  • Same day, at Reskelf, Mrs. TEMPLE of a son.

MARRIED

  • On Thursday last, at the Wesleyan chapel, Easingwold, by the Rev. R. HORNABROOK, Mr James Smithson LUPTON, of Bramley, near Leeds, to Ann, only surviving daughter of the late Wm. SMITH, Esq., Wildon Grange.
  • On the 17th ult., at the parish church, Lastingham, by the Rev. R.D. EASTERBY, Mr. Henry Weetman MILLER, to Fanny, only daughter of Mr. Thomas SMITH, both of Appleton.
  • On the 29th ult., by the Rev., G.P.CORDEUX, William CALVERT, tailor, to Mary Ann HILL, eldest daughter of the late John HILL.
  • On the 1st inst., at the parish church, Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, William TROTTER, Esq., Brook Villa, Norton, son of the late Thomas TROTTER, Esq., surgeon general to the Honorable East India Company's Service, to Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas Farguson DUNN, Esq., farmer, of Ralph SHIELDS, Northumberland.
  • Same day, at the parish church, WHitby, Mr John WEAR, ship chandler, to Mrs. Mary HUNTER, Thorpe.

DEATHS

  • On the 2th ult., at Norton, the Infant daughter of Mr J. CHARLTON.
  • On the 27th ult., aged 22, in the Downs, on board the Derwent screw steamer, of Ague, William Monkman, eldest son of Mr J. JOHNSON, school-master, Thirkelby.
  • On the 28th ult., at Amotherby, Robert, son of Mr Enos ECOLES, aged 14 years.
  • On the 30th ult., at Oswaldkirk, John MORGAN, late Coachman to Mrs. Oakley, of Oswaldkirk Hall.
  • On the 1st inst., at Whitby, Mr. R. FRANKLAND, aged 64.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Whitby, Mrs E. POTTS, aged 77.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Easingwold, Mrs GARBUTT, widow of the late Mr J. GARBUTT, wine and spirit merchant, at an advanced age.


12th September 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 29th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thomas Beal WOOD, of the Civil Service, of a daughter.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thos. BRAND, bricklayer, of a son.
  • On the 4th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. SNOW, draper, of a daughter.
  • On the 5th inst., at Norton, Mrs HARRIS, of a son.
  • On the 7th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. GIBSON, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 31st ult., at Halifax parish church, Mr Benjamin CROWTHER, schoolmaster and parish clerk of Nafferton, to Miss Sarah Ann BROWNE, certificated mistress, late of Douglas, Isle of Man.
  • On the 1st inst., at St. George's church, Hanover-Square, London, by the Rev. G. WHITMORE, M.A. rector of Stockton, Shropshire, Henry Fred, BEAUMONT, Esq., of Whitby Beaumont, in the county of Yorkshire, eldest son of the late Henry Beaumont, Esq., of Newby Park, to Maria Johanna, only daughter of William GARFORTH, Esq., of Wiganthorpe, in the same county.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. DINGLE, Mr John WEAR, ironmonger, Whitby, to Mrs Mary HUNTER, of Thorpe, Fylingdales.
  • On the 7th inst., at the parish church, Stokesley, by the Rev. Charles CATOR, M.A., Mr Jessie WILSON, to Miss Mary Ann HUNT, of the above place.

DEATHS

  • On the 29th ult., at Crakehall, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr W. DODSWORTH, formerly of the Cross Keys Inn, Thirsk, aged 28.
  • On the 1st inst., at York, Sarah, wife of Mr Anthony WHIMP, bacon factor, aged 83.
  • On the 6th inst., at the Union House, Malton, Ann, wife of Mr Wm. ROOKS, aged 67.
  • On the 9th inst., at Scarbro' aged 83, Mr George ADDISON, formerly of Leavening, near Malton.


19th September 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Hull, the wife of Mr P.F.H. HEITMAN, of a daughter.
  • On the 13th inst., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr Wm. ACKLAM, bootmaker, of a daughter.
  • On the 13th inst., the wife of Mr Richard WALKER, postman, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Thos. CRAVEN, shepherd, of a son.
  • On the 16th inst., at 5, Sellar's Terrace, Norton, the wife of Mr George HOWLETT, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr George WRIGHTSON, of a son.

MARRIED

  • on the 13th inst., at the parish church Whitby, Mr Leonard WHITE, to Martha Jane NENDICK.
  • Same day, mr Thos. GREY, postman, to Miss Hannah Bella HARBURN, all of Whitby.
  • On the 14th inst., at York, John ROBINSON, of Malton, to Mary Ann NEWCOMBE, of the same place.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr G. BROWN, jet manufacturer, to Mary Ellen SHAW, third daughter of the late Jas. SHAW, woollen draper.
  • On the 15th inst., at St. Leonard's Church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Robt. BUCE, Esq., of Grantham, farmer, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr Thos. MEYRICK, linen draper, &c., Malton.

DEATHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Willerby, near Hull, Mr George WILSON, farmer, aged 61, much respected.
  • Same day, at Market Weighton, Mr Joseph SMITH, jun., draper, aged 44, much respected by a large circle of relatives and friends.
  • On the 12th inst., at Norton, Mr John FIRTH, sawyer (sic.), aged 53.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Hannah Jane LENG, wife of Mr John Hall LENG, grocer, aged 28.
  • On the 13th inst., at Whitby, John Henry ANDREW, aged 11 months.
  • On the 14th inst., at Whitby, Robert HOLMES, wharfinger, aged 76.
  • Same day, at Stokesley, after a few days illness, Miss Emma HEBDON, eldest daughter of Mr Marmaduke HEBDON, butcher, of the same place, aged 19.
  • On the 15th inst., at Norton, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Joseph NEWCOMBE, fellmonger, aged 85, much respected.
  • Same day, at Malton, Martha, wife of Mr John BARKER, waterman, aged 29.
  • Same day, at Fridaythorpe, very suddenly, Ann, wife of Mr Thomas CRAVEN, shepherd.
  • Same day, at Scagglethorpe, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr Wm. THOMPSON, of Waydale, near Settrington, aged 15, much respected.
  • On the 16th inst., Wm. PIERSON, Gothland, aged 55.


26th September 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 18th inst., Mrs Craggs, Greengate, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., the wife of Mr Robert NELSON, Castle Howard Inn, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 22nd inst., at the parish church Whitby, Mr Robert ROBINSON, to Miss Susan BELL, both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 8th inst., at York, Mr Christopher SMITHSON, aged 31.
  • At her residence in Bagdale, at the advanced age of 89, Anne, relict of the late David ADAMS, Esq.
  • On the 19th inst., at Thornton-le-Moors, Mr Wm. SMITH, shoemaker, aged 76.
  • On the 20th inst., at Burniston, Ann LUTTION?, school-mistress, at an advanced age.
  • Same day, at Sandsend, near Whitby, Roger GREEN, aged 60. He was huntsman to E.S. Wormald's harriers, whilst he resided at Basoniel Fist and was acknowledged to be the best angler in the locality.
  • On the 21st inst., at Market Weighton, Mr NEWBALD, of cholera, very suddenly.
  • At Market Weighton, Wilson HARRISON, labourer. He leaves a wife and children to mourn his loss. He was for many years a teacher in the Wesleyan Sunday School.


3rd October 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 30th ult., at Scagglethorpe, the wife of Mr Robert Mitchell, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 26th ult., at the parish church, Scalby, by the rev. Jas. SEDGEWICK, vicar, Mr J. WEBSTER, farmer, Snainton, to Miss Ann ROBINSON, daughter of the late Loftus ROBINSON, farmer, Burniston.
  • On Tuesday, the 29th ult., at St. Jude's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. J.B. LOWE, incumbant, Mr Christompher L. METCALFE, of Hull, to Ann, younger daughter of the late John ETTY, Esq., of the former place.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Geo. LANGSTAFF, merchant, Hull, to Margaret, daughter of the late R. BRAITHWAITE, Esq., Ruswarp, near Whitby.
  • On the 1st inst., at the same place, Mr G. WALLIS, to Miss Anne PIERSON, Henderwell.
  • On the 30th ult., at Hutton's Ambo, by the Rev. I. FISH, Mr Geo. JONES, High Bailiff of the County Court, at Helmsley, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr Thos. PEARSON, of the former place.

DEATHS

  • On the 23rd ult., at Sledmere, after a long and tedious illness, the wife of Richard CLARKE, foreman on the farm of Sir Tatton SYKES, Bart.
  • On the 21st ult., at Windygate, near Yearsley, Mary, the wife of William NATTERAS, farmer, aged 72.
  • On the 25th ult., Fanny Jane, the daughter of Mr ADAMSON, farmer, Helperthorpe aged 3 years and 7 months.


10th October 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 4th inst., at Appleton-le-Moors, the wife of mr Henry WEETMAN, of twin boys.
  • On the 7th inst., at the Catle-Howard Reformatory, the wife of the Rev. I. FISH, of a daughter.
  • On the 8th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr H. HUDSON, joiner, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 3rd inst., at St. Leonard's Church, Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr James KITSON, clerk, Goods Department, Malton Station, to Miss Mary Ann CRAVEN.
  • On the 6th inst., at Terrington, by the Rev. Chas. HALL, Mr Wm. GOODWILL, to Miss Charlotte WESTWOOD, both of Terrington.
  • Same day and place, Mr Thos. FOUNTAIN, of York, to Miss Elizabeth GOOLE.

DEATHS

  • On the 4th inst., at his seat, Wentworth-Woodhouse, Yorkshire, aged 71, the Right Hon. the Earl Fitzwilliam, K.G.
  • On the 1st inst., at Old Malton, Mary, wife of Mr William CHAPMAN, farmer, age 71 years.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Sledmere, Fanny ATKINSON, second daughter of the late Jeremiah ATKINSON, of the above place, aged 15 years.
  • On the 4th inst., at Old Malton, Mary wife of Mr Millburn BOTTERILL, aged 41 years.
  • At Norton, Elizabeth, wife of Edward KNEESHAW, aged 67 years.
  • On the 7th inst., at Whitby, Mr John PRICE, suddenly, aged 67 years.


17th October 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., at Hyde Park Corner, Norton, the wife of Mr John BOWES, of a daughter.
  • On the 15th inst., at Whitby, the wife of Mr R. HAMILTON, Church-street, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 4th inst., at the Centenary chapel, Scarbro', by the Rev. F. GRIFFITHS, Mr Wm. Luke Lines WEBSTER, bookseller and commission agent, pickering, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr John HOOD, Costa Mill, Pickering.
  • On the 13th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, William Nicholson CLARKSON, surgeon, to Ann, eldest daughter of Joseph CAMPION, Esq.
  • On the 15th inst., at Whitby, Mr J. LEWIS to Miss Mary NIXON, both of Ruswarp.
  • Same day, at Thorpebasset, Mr John MARSHALL, farmer and butcher, second daughter of Mr Francis DENNIS, wheelright.

DEATHS

  • On the 13th inst., at Bradford, Edward Pearson, son of Edward ALLEN, Esq., of that place, aged 3 years.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Hannah LOFTHEAD, aged 92 years.
  • On the 14th inst., at Whitby, Henry BRIAN, aged 19 years.
  • On the 15th inst., at Whitby, Mr Gideon BUCK, aged 65 years.


24th October 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 16th inst., Mrs GAGE, Brickyards, of a daughter.
  • On the 20th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr T, LANGSTAFF, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, Mrs HODGSON, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Richard BARKER, Angel Inn, of a son.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Christopher BELL, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 16th inst., at Thorpebasset, near Malton, by the Rev. H. HALE, Mr John MARSHALL, farmer and butcher, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr Francis DENNIS.
  • On the 18th, at the parish church, Settrington, by the Rev. Mr. SHAWCROSS, Mr J. SMITH, Easingwold, to Ann, fourth daughter of the late Mr Thos. WELBURN farmer, Gilling.
  • On the 18th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr James WRIGHT, to Miss S. HARRISON, both of Whitby.
  • On the 20th at Hutton's Ambo, Mr Thos. RADCLIFFE, to Miss Ann HANDLEY.
  • Same day and place, Mr Thomas MAGSON, to Miss Mary SEAL.
  • Same day and place, Mr John MAGSON, to Miss Martha COOPER.
  • on the 21st inst.at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Robt. SKELTON, of Brafferton, to Miss Jane Elizabeth ELLIS, of New Malton.
  • Same day at Crambe, by the Rev. Ishmael FISH, Robert D. SMITH, Esq., of Oulston, to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of the late Christopher ELLERBY, Esq., of Manor House, Whitwell.

DEATHS

  • On the 5th inst., Mrs Jane, wife of Mr Benjamin KIRBY, Burlington, and formerly of Weaverthorpe, aged 74.
  • On the 15th inst., at Stokesley, miss Jane WALKER, aged 24.
  • On the 16th inst., at York, Mr George BETTS, son of Nathaniel BETTS, Helmsley, aged 31.
  • Same day, at Norton, Jane, youngest daughter of Mr John DOBSON, and formerly of Stonegrave, aged 15.
  • Same day and place, the infant son of Mr Thos. BRAND, aged six weeks.
  • Same day, at York, Mary, wife of Mr Joshua STEAD, St. Paul's Square, aged 65.
  • On the 18th inst., at Norton, Mr George CRAVEN, farmer's servant, aged 29.
  • On the 18th inst., at Weaverthorpe, suddenly, Mr Thos. COVERDALE, aged 89.
  • On the 19th inst., at Huttons Ambo, Mr Paul TAYLOR, farmer, age 82.
  • On the 2st inst., at Whitby, Mrs Mary HEPWORTH, aged 57.


31st October 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 29th inst., at Norton, Mrs DUNN, Wold Street, of a son.
  • Same day, at the Parsonage, New Malton, the wife of the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, of a son.
  • Same day, at Norton, Mrs EDDON, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Amotherby, the wife of Mr AVISON, of the Victoria Inn, of a daughter.

DEATHS

  • On the 19th inst., at Huttons Ambo, Mr Paul TAYLOR, farmer, aged 82.
  • On the 21st inst., Ann, daughter of Mr John WILLEY, maltster, of this town, aged 15.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Stainton, Mary, wife of Isaac ATKINSON, aged 47.
  • On the 24th inst., at Whitby, of typhus fever, Mr Thos. ANDERSON, president of the Union Mill Society, aged 28.
  • On the 26th inst., at Norton, Mr Joseph WATSON, aged 82.
  • On the 28th inst., at New Malton, Mr William SPAVEN, boot and shoemaker, Market-Place, aged 75.


7th November 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 27th ult., at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr George IRELAND, agricultural implement maker, &c., of a son.
  • On the 31st ult., at Thirsk, the wife of Mr DOWSON, draper, &c., of a Daughter.
  • On the 1st inst., at Norton, Mrs TINDALL, of Providence Row, of a son.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Settrington, Mrs PIERSON, of a son.
  • On the 5th inst., at Whitby, the wife of Mr Henry COCKERILL, mariner, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Flutham, by the Rev. Mr BORDON, M.A., L. SIMPSON, of the Angel Hotel, Whitby, to Catherine, fourth daughter of Mr Wm. FRYER, Bedale, spirit and iron (sic) merchant, &c.
  • On the 30th ult., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. DINGLE, Nr Henry LYTHE, mariner, to Miss Mary Ann TROWSDALE, both of that place.
  • On the 31st ult., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, Mr Jno. HARRISON, gardener, to Miss Mary JACKSON, both of Malton.
  • Same day, at Westow, by the Rev. H. WALKER, Mathew GRICE, farmer, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr John TRANMER, of Eddlethorpe.
  • On the 1st inst., Mr Wm. Taylor GALES, mariner, to Miss Mary Jane POTTS, both of Whitby.
  • On the 3rd inst., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEUX, Mr Wm. FRANK, confectioner, to Miss Sarah WHITEHAND.
  • Same day, at the Register office, Malton, Mr Wm. MONKMAN, of Langton, to Miss Elizabeth JACKSON, of Settrington.
  • Same day, at Sheriff-Hutton, by the rev. F.O. FLOWERS, Mr Charles WEBSTER, butcher, fourth son of Mr Wm. WEBSTER, farmer, to Miss LONERGON.

DEATHS

  • On the 24th ult., at Bromptom, near Northallerton, Mr William STOREY, farmer, aged 85.
  • On the 30th ult., at Carfin House, Motherwell, Mr F.C. BUTTLE, merchant, Glasgow, aged 45, eldest son of Mr Robt. BUTTLE, farmer and grazier, Rigg's Farm, near Malton.
  • On the 31st ult., at Malton, Mr Henry GRAY, aged 54.
  • At Whitby, Mrs Mary MEAD, aged 67.
  • On the 1st inst., at Stockon-On-Tees, Mr Thos. DONKIN, aged 60.
  • Same day and place, Mr Thos. JORDISON, aged 36.
  • On the 4th inst., at Beverley, Ann, widow of the late Mr John WATSON, builder, aged 86.
  • Mr James MORRISON, of Basildon-park, Berkshire, one of the "merchant princes" of the city of London, died on Friday afternoon, at his country seat, where, in a declining state of health, he had resided for some years. Mr Morrison was in the 68th year of his age. In mental character, and with immense riches entirely self-acquired, this great millionaire was a remarkable man. His accumulations may be estimated as nearer four than three millions sterling, and a considerable sum of this prodigious private fortune is invested in the United States. In proof of his singular ? and forsight, we are informed that no portion of his transatlantic capital will be ultimately ? by the ? "?" in that country.


14th November 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 4th inst., the wife of Mr B. WALKER, shepherd, Fridaythorpe, of a daughter, still born.
  • On the 6th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Robt. SMITH, of a son.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr Wm. COATES, of Brawby Lane, of a son.
  • On the 8th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr PEARSON, tailor, of a son.
  • Same day, Mrs NAYLOR, Piccadilly, Norton, of a son.
  • On the 9th inst., the wife of John BIELBY, Esq., of Espersykes, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 29th ult., Mr W. R. SPAVEN, Inland Revenue Officer, Beeston, to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Geo. MANN, Nottingham.
  • On the 1st inst., in the parish church, Scrayingham, George Dixon WOOD, Fridaythorpe, to Miss Mary POSTILL, of Norton.
  • On the 7th inst., at St. Leonard's church, by the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, Mr W.H. DOSSER, cabinet-maker, to Mary, third daughter of the late Mr James PERCY, both of this place.
  • On the 8th inst., at the parish church, Stockton-on-Tees, Mr Henry HENDERSON, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas CHARLTON, bacon factor, &c.
  • On the 9th inst., at St. Mary's Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr WHITESIDE, vicar, Mr R. WRIGHT, of Malton, to Miss Jane RUSTON, youngest daughter of the late Nicholas RUSTON, Esq., of Scarbro'.
  • Same day at Scrayingham, by the Rev. W. F. DOUGLAS, Mr Joseph WALES, of Hull, eldest son of Edward WALES, Esq., York, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Robert WILKINSON, Esq., of Scrayingham.

DEATHS

  • On the 5th inst., at Snainton, Mrs Ann ALLANSON, wife of Mr Wm. ALLANSON, farmer, late of Ebberston, much respected, aged 73.
  • At Norton, Mr John HOPPER, farmer, much respected, aged 74.
  • On the 6th inst., at Scarbro', Ann, wife of Chas. Booth GERRARD, Esq., of Brompton, near Scarbro', aged 55.
  • On the 7th inst., John REED, Esq., of Queen-street, Scarbro', aged 53.
  • On the 8th inst., at Whitby, suddenly, and much respected by a large circle of friends, Ralph HAYES, Esq., aged 51.
  • On the 13th inst., at New Malton, Mr Thomas TROWSDALE, late tailor and woollen draper, aged 36 years.


21st November 1857

BIRTHS

  • Recently, the wife of Mr RIPLEY, farmer, Fridaythorpe, of a daughter.
  • On the 16th inst., the wife of Mr LOUNDSBRO', Duggleby, of a son and daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 7th ult., Mr John STANGOL, of Rudswick, to Miss Hannah ROBINSON, of Goldsbro'.
  • On the 12th inst., at the Catholic chapel, Malton, by the Rev. T. MIDDLEHURST, Mr Michael SHOURDICE, to Miss H. VASSALLI.
  • on the 14th inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEUX, Mr George EXLEY, bricklayer, to Miss Ann FLEWKER, both of Malton.
  • On the 17th inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, Mr Robert PEARCY, whitesmith, to Elizabeth FOX, both of Malton.
  • Same day and place, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEUX,, Mr Wm. REDFIRN, of Huddersfield, to Hannah EVERET, of New Malton.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Sandal Magna, near Wakefield, by the Rev. J. CLARKSON, vicar, Nr James LANGFORD, groom of the chambers in the household of His Excellency the Lord Lietenant of Ireland, to Fanny, only daughter of the late Mr MANDER, of Castle-Howard.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Scampston, by the Rev. Thos. ADDISON, vicar, Mr John OMBLER, butcher, of Kilham, to Mary Ann TINDALL, widow of the late Mr James TINDALL, of Scampston.

DEATHS

  • On the 6th inst., at Scampston, after a protracted illness, William, son of Mr Wm. BOTTERILL, aged 18. His end was peace.
  • On the 10th inst., at Old Malton, Mr Robert DUNNING, wheelwright, aged 77.
  • On the 11th inst., at York, after a long illness, Mr Henry BRADLEY, painter, aged 88, much respected.
  • On the 14th inst., at Riggs' Farm, Thinxendale, Francis Cook BUTTLE, eldest son of the late Mr F.C. BUTTLE, Carfin House, Motherwell, Glasgow, aged 8.
  • On the 16th inst., at Slingsby, William, son of Mr David, HUTCHINSON, aged 4 months.


28th November 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 20th inst., Mrs RICHARDSON, of Brawby Lane, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at School-House-Hill, Mrs SADDLE, of a son - still born.
  • Same day, at Raskelf, the wife of Mr Wm. DOWELL, farmer, of a daughter.
  • On the 21st inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr MEDD, roper, of a son - still born.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Malton, Mrs Marmaduke MILNER, of a son.
  • Same day, at Raskelf, the wife of John COATES, labourer, of a son.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Raskelf, Mr Geo. BROWN, innkeeper, of a son.
  • On the 26th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Edward SEWELL, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 21st inst., at the parish church, Yedingham, by the Rev. Wm. GREENWELL, Mr John JACKSON, of Levisham, to miss Mary DIXON, of Trousdale.
  • On the 22nd inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Isaac WOOD, to Miss Jane ELDERS, both of Whitby.
  • On the 23rd inst., same place, Mr Ralph LORAINS, to Miss Mary DOWSON, both of Whitby.
  • Same day, at Raskelf, by the Rev. F. HARTLEY, at St. Mary's church, Mr James CARTER, to Miss Rachel CARTER, both of Raskelf.
  • On the 24th inst., at the parish church Whitby, Mr John HOLMAN, jetworker, to Miss Mary GOLIHER.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Yedingham, Mr Joseph WAITE, to Miss Harriet REED, both of Yedingham.
  • On the 24th inst., at the parish church, Scarbro', both deaf and dumb. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. LEE, curate, who received the answers to the questions put to the different parties in writing on a slate.
  • On the 25th, at Whitby, Mr James BLOOMFIELD, Hawsker, to Miss mary BONAS, Fylingdales.
  • Same day, at St. Leonard's church, Malton, ny the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Wm. BROUGH, shoemaker, to Miss Jane NORTON, both of St. Michael's parish.
  • Same day, at the parish church Scarbro', by the Rev. R. LEE, curate, Mr Tindale WHARRAN, farmer, to Miss Margaret WATSON, both of Scarbro'.
  • Same day, at the Baptist chapel, Mr W. RICHARDSON, tailor and draper, to Miss Charlotte CHAMPLEY, both of Scarbro'.

DEATHS

  • On the 19th inst., at Malton, Mr Wm. FREER, aged 78.
  • On the 20th inst., at Glasgow, suddenly, Mr John STEWARDSON, late of the Inland Revenue Service, and son of Mr Wm. STEWARDSON, West Heslerton.
  • On the 22nd inst., at Scarbro', Susannah, widow of the late Mr Thos. ALLISON, innkeeper, Cross-street, aged 56.
  • Same day, at Ingerthorpe, near Ripon, Mr John PEACOCK, aged 39.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr BAIN, Church-street, aged 64.
  • On the 24th inst., same place, Mr Geo. BROWN, glazier, Haggeragate, aged 34.
  • On the 25th inst., same place, Mrs Elizabeth DOBSON, Baxtergate, aged 80.


5th December 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 28th ult., at New Malton, Mrs HARRIS, Barnby's Yard, of a daughter.
  • On the 2nd inst., at Raskelf, the wife of Mr R. ROBINSON, farmer, of a daughter.
  • On the 3rd inst., same place, the wife of Mr R. COATES, farmer and miller, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 25th ult., at the Supertendent Registrar's Office, Malton, Mr Samuel M. BULL, to Miss Maria ANIS, both of East Heslerton.
  • On the 28th ult., at Norton, parish church, Mr Wm. EDMONSON, of Norton, to Miss Mary LYTH, of New Malton.
  • Same day, at Amotherby, by the Rev. C.P. CLEAVER, Mr Joseph WARD, schoolmaster, Duggleby, to Ann, only daughter of Mr Thos. HUTCHINSON, farmer of Broughton.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. EDWARDS, Mr W. CORNEY, Aislaby, to Miss Ann HARLAND, Lyth.
  • On the 30th ult., at Oswaldkirk church, Mr Wm. WRIGHT, to Miss Mary MASON, both of Ampleforth.
  • Same day and place, by the Rev. H.G.W. COMBE, Mr Wm. PEACOCK, stud groom to Mr Wm. STEBBINGS, Birch Farm, to Miss Louisa Ann MOON, of Castleton.
  • Same day, at Barton-le-Street, Mr John MOUNK, to Miss Hannah NAWTON.
  • On the 1st inst., at Bulmer, Mr Robt. WISE, to Miss Mary BOTTERILL, both of Mount Pleasant.
  • On the 3rd inst., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. Mr KEENE, Mr W. Walker ROBINSON, author, to Louisa, third daughter of Lieut. BOND, R.N.

DEATHS

  • On Monday, the 16th ult., at the Pauper Lunatic Asylum, York, Mr Geo. BROOMFIELD, printer, late of Stokesley.
  • On the 25th ult., at Great Habton, Mr Jerimiah PICKERING, miller, aged 71.
  • Same day, at Whitby Terrace, York, Elizabeth, widow of the late Mr Mark DANIEL, of Water Fulford.
  • On the 26th ult., at Low Hutton, Mrs Jane WOOD, aged 62.
  • On the 28th ult., at Whitby, Mr F. Hilton, pipe manufacturer, Baxtergate, aged 48.
  • On the 30th ult., at Barton-le-Willows, Mr Thos. Richardson, stone mason, aged 54, much respected.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mr David GIBSON, shipwright, aged 71.
  • On the 1st inst., at Old Malton, Mr Wm. HURTLEY, late corn miller, aged 71.
  • On the 2nd inst., very suddenly, at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr Christopher WRIGHT.
  • Same day, at Whitby, Mrs Jane Parker RIPLEY, relict of the late Richard RIPLEY, M.D., aged 67.
  • On the 3rd inst., at Malton, Mr John PALLISTER, of the "Black Bull" Inn, aged 58.


12th December 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 3rd inst., at Kildale, the wife of Mr R. BRADLEY, of a son.
  • On the 9th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr R. TAYLOR, innkeeper, of a daughter.
  • Same day, at Scagglethorpe, Mrs STOCKILL, of a son.

MARRIED

  • Recently, at Sheriff-Hutton, Mr Henry GARBUTT, to Miss Catherine DALE, of Thixendale.
  • Same place, Mr W. BURKS, to Miss Sarah DALE, both of Huggate.
  • On the 30th ult., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Wm. BURRELL, of Settrington, to Miss Sarah Ann SUNLEY, of Malton.
  • On the 5th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr James GREEN, to Miss Christiana HEWITSON, both of Sleights.
  • Same day, at East Heslerton, by the Rev. J. MASON, vicar of Sherburn, Mr Coates WELBURN, farmer, to Miss Catherine Labron, eldest daughter of Mr Aaron BOYES, bailiff to Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart. Sledmere.
  • On the 8th inst., at the parish church, Bulmer, by the Rev. W. PRESTON, Mr Thomas JONES, of Hardeflats House, to Miss Mary SALTMER, in the parish of Welburn.
  • On the 8th inst., at St. John's church, Easingwold, by the Rev. H. AINSLIE, vicar, Mr John BOWSER, butcher, to Miss SMITH, of Primrose Hill Farm, near Easingwold.
  • On the 10th inst., at Slingsby, by the Rev. W. CARTER, rector, Mr John Welburn SCALES, joiner, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr BELL, blacksmith.

DEATHS

  • On the 1st inst., Mr John INMAN, Walton Lodge, and late of Espersykes, near Malton, aged 60.
  • On the 4th inst., at Ryton, near Malton, Mr John HARDWICK, aged 80.
  • On the 6th inst., Mr Jno. NAWMAN, Church-street, Whitby, late of Malton, aged 83.
  • On the 7th inst., Mr John WALKER, Flowergate, Whitby, aged 82.
  • On the 8th inst., at Amotherby, near Malton, William, son of Mr Wm. BRADSHAW, farmer, aged 21.
  • Same day, Mrs Sarah FELLBURN, Cliff-lane, Whitby, aged 93.
  • Same day, Mrs Anne PICKERING, Mitten Hill, near Hawkser, relic of the late Gowan PICKERING, farmer, Flylingdales, aged 74.
  • Same day, at West Heslerton, after a lingering illness, Mrs Hannah JOHNSON, aged 82.
  • On the 9th inst., at Great Ayton, Miss Mary Jane WILSON, aged 27, daughter of Thomas WILSON, shopkeeper and publican.


19th December 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 11th inst., Mrs GARBUTT, Blue Bell Inn, Malton, of a son - still born.
  • On the 13th inst., Mrs NENDICK, of Prior Pot Bridge, Norton, of a daughter.
  • Same day, the wife of Mr Henry STIBOURN, plumbing and glazier, Pocklington, of a son.
  • On the 16th inst., Mrs RAWLIN, Langton, of a son.
  • Same day, Mrs RANDALL, Prior Pot Bridge, Norton, of a son.
  • Same day. the wife of Robt. BRIGNALL, groom, Thorpe-Basset, of a son.

MARRIED

  • On the 12th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Thos. WALKER, miller, Dunsley, to Miss Eliza BURLEY, Ewe Cote.
  • On the 14th inst., same place Mr E. SAWDON, to Miss Mary KNAGGS, both of Whitby.
  • Same day, at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr John HOLMES, landlord of the Old Globe Inn, New Malton, to Miss Arrabella RENNISON, of Welham.
  • Same day, at the parish church, Pocklington, by T.F. ELLIS, vicar, Mr John KIDD, Thornton-le-clay, to Miss Emma Ann HEADLEY, of Pocklington.
  • On the 16th inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, William GRANDY, to Mary Ann GRAY.
  • On the 17th inst., at Whitby, Mr Henry ARNO, to Miss J. HAWKINS, both of Whitby.

DEATHS

  • On the 4th inst., at Terrington, Mr John WALKER, age 70, He was upwards of 30 years groom to Wm. GARFORTH, Esq., of Wigganthorpe Hall - much respected by all who knew him.
  • Died at his sister's residence, Mrs FLOWER, of Malton, Mr HARRISON, son of the late Mr HARRISON, surgeon, of Pickering.
  • On the 11th inst., at Egton, Mr Francis DUCK, stonemason.
  • On the 13th inst., at Mennithorpe, Jane, wife of Peter KIRBY, aged 36.
  • On the 15th inst., at Brompton, Sir George CAYLEY, Bart., aged 83 years.
  • Same day, at Huttons Ambo, Elizabeth POTTER, ager 39.
  • Same day, at Pickering Gate House, Mary, wife of Mr Wm. GARBUTT, age 64.
  • On the 17th inst., at Stokesley, Ann BONWELL, aged 81.
  • Same day, at Malton, Thomas ETTY, Esq., aged 64.
  • Same day, at Thirsk, Mr CAMPBELL, gardener.
  • Same day, at Brawby, Mrs COATES, aged 60.


26th December 1857

BIRTHS

  • On the 23rd inst., at East Lutton, the wife of Mr John WILLIAMSON, a daughter.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mrs Richard METCALFE, of a daughter.

MARRIED

  • On the 19th inst., at Huttons Ambo, by the Rev. Ishmael FISH, Mr Richard WRAY, to Miss Ann BOGGITT, both of Huttons Ambo.
  • Same day and place, Mr ALISON WALKER, of Duggleby, to Miss Mary BOGGITT, of Huttons Ambo.
  • Same day and place, Mr Jasper WOOD, of Stakston (sic.), to Miss Mary CLEAN, of Huttons Ambo.
  • At the Registrar Office, Malton, Mr Richard SWAN, carrier, to Mrs Ellen DOBINSON, both of Hovingham.
  • On the 21st inst., at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEUX, Mr Chas. OWSTON, of Thorpebasset, farmer, to Jane Anne DENNIS, of the same place.

DEATHS

  • On the 15th inst., at Duggleby, Mary wife of Mr Henry EVENS, aged 64, much respected.
  • Same day, at West Heslerton Carr House, Francis WILSON, Esq., aged 82, late farmer and innkeeper, much respected.
  • Same day, at High Hutton, Mis Elizabeth POTTER, aged 39.
  • On the 16th inst., at Pocklington, Mrs Mary MILNER, aged 78.
  • On the 17th inst., at Pocklington, at few days after child birth, Elizabeth, wife of Mr H. STILBURN, plumber and glazier, aged 19.
  • Same day, at Malton, Mr George HARRISON, sailor, aged 70.
  • On the 19th inst., at Norton, Mr Bernard DAKIN, hatter, aged 54.
  • Same day, at Welburn, after a long and tedious illness, Mr Joseph Ross GRAHAM, schoolmaster, aged 26.
  • On the 20th inst., at Malton, Mrs THOMPSON, aged 67.
  • Same day, at Old Malton, Sarah Jane, daughter of Mr Wm. BROWN, aged 11 months.
  • On the 21st inst., at Stamford-Bridge, Watts WRIGLEY, Esq., aged 73.
  • Same day, at Slingsby, Mr Wm. WEDGEWOOD, aged 76.
  • Same day, at High Kidd House, near Nunnington, the fourth son of Thomas STAMPER, Esq., aged 3.
  • On the 23rd inst., at Whitby, Mr Geo. PYEMAN, sailmaker and ship-owner, Church Street, aged 35.

Data transcribed from:
The Malton Messenger
1857
Transcribed by Andrew Sefton ©2001

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