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KENT IN THE NEWS

1821-1822

 

Saturday, 6 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3533 –

DEATHS – At Beckenham, in Kent, Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. GODBY, R.N.

 

Saturday, 20 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3535 –

DEATHS –

  1. At Woodfall House, Yalding, Kent, Mrs SIDNEY.
  2. At Crayford, Kent, aged 42, William THOMSON, M.D.

 

Saturday, 27 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3536 –

  • MARRIAGES – The Rev. Richard DAVIS, Vicar of St Nicholas, and Head Master of the Free Grammar School, Leicester, to Miss MERCER, of Lewisham, Kent.
  • DEATHS – The Rev Henry KIPLING, Vicar of Plumstead, Kent.

 

Saturday, 3 February, 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3537 –

  • MARRIAGES – John WYNNE, Esq, of Garthmellio, Denbighshire, to Ann, daughter of Thomas FRY, Esq, of Strood, Kent.
  • DEATHS – At Frindsbury, Kent, Geo. GUNNING, Esq, aged 69, one of the oldest Magistrates of the county.

 

Saturday, 10 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3538 –

DEATHS –

  1. At Tovil House, near Maidstone, James HULKES, Esq, aged 50 years, formerly M.P. for Rochester.
  2. Suddenly, while eating a hearty dinner, Mrs LITTLE, of Strood, Kent.

 

Saturday, 17 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3539 –

DEATHS –

  1. At Tenterden, in Kent, Sarah, wife of W. ELPHICKE, Esq.
  2. At Bromley, Kent, Robt. WALLER, Esq, in the 79th year of his age.

 

Saturday, 24 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3540 –

DEATHS – At Eltham, Kent, in the 81st year of his age, the Rev Dr WILDGRESS, Rector of Rawneth, Essex, and late Reader of the Temple Church.

 

Saturday, 10 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3542 –

MARRIAGES – Mr J. CHANCELLOR, of Chelsea, to Rebecca, daughter of the late T. WILMOT, Esq, of Shoreham, Kent.

 

Saturday, 17 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3543 –

MARRIAGES –

  1. Capt. W. COLES, of the Royal Lancers, to Miss BUTLER, only daughter of the late George BUTLER, Esq, of Downe, Kent.
  2. At Sevenoaks, Capt. M. HALLIDAY, R.N., to Mrs SLACK, widow of the late T.C. SLACK Esq.
  3. W. HODSOLL, jun, Esq, of South Ash, to Amelia, daughter of the late William KETTELL, Esq, of Waterinbury, both in Kent.

DEATHS –

  1. At Bishop’s Down Grove, Tunbridge Wells, Mrs ROBERTSON.
  2. At Birmingham, aged 26, Matilda, wife of Mr John HARLOW, lace Ordnance Barrack Master at Sevenoaks.

 

Saturday, 31 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3545 –

  • MARRIAGES – At Hornsey, Middlesex, Mr J.B. BRENCHLEY, of York-street, Southwark, to Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Wm MYNN, of Goudhurst, Kent.
  • DEATHS – After an illness of 48 hours, in her 22d year, Ann, wife of Mr John MATTHEWS, and eldest daughter of Mr John WILLEN, of Gravesend, Kent.

 

Saturday, 7 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3546 –

DEATHS – At Bromley, in Kent, Elizabeth, wife of Mr CHEYNE, in her 43d year.

 

Saturday, 7 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3546 –

DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, in the 64th year of his age, the Rev Wm. GIRDLESTONE, Rector of Kelling cum Salthouse, Norfolk.

 

Saturday, 14 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3547 –

DEATHS – At Orpington Parsonage, Kent, aged 81, the widow of the Rev Mr CLARKE, Minor Canon of Windsor, whom she survived only three months.

 

Saturday, 21 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3548 –

DEATHS – At Chislehurst in Kent, aged 86, Mrs Mary TOWNSHEND, sister to the late Lord Viscount Sydney.

 

Saturday, 5 May 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3550 –

  • MARRIAGES – Mr J. MORLEY, of Mecklenburgh-square, to Sarah, daughter of Mr Henry LEE, of Leampit-hill, Kent.
  • DEATHS – At Woolwich, Kent, aged 58, Sarah, wife of Henry DUGLEBY, Esq.

 

Wednesday, 9 May 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3826 –

MARRIAGES – At Scarborough, on the 30th April, Archibald GIBSON, Esq, merchant in Edinburgh, to Mrs MACGHIE, widow of the deceased Thomas MACGHIE, of Bridge Place, in the county of Kent, Esq.

 

Saturday, 19 May 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3552 –

DEATHS – At Brighton, Susannah, daughter of Richard ALLNUTT, Esq, of South Park, Penshurst, Kent.

 

Saturday, 2 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3554 –

MARRIAGES – At Cheriton, Kent, the Rev Edmund Burke LEWIS, Rector of Toddington, Bedfordshire, to Anne, eldest daughter of the Rev Julius Drake BROCKMAN, Rector of Cheriton and Vicar of Newington, in the same county.

 

Saturday, 16 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3556 –

DEATHS –

  1. At Sellings, Kent, Mr John BRAN, a respectable farmer of that place, aged 60.
  2. At Rochester, Mr BISHOP, druggist, of the brain fever;  a brother and sister of the deceased have died of the same disorder within the last 18 months.
  3. F. MARKETT, Esq, of Meopham Court Lodge, Kent.
  4. At New Romney, Kent, Mr TOLHURST, many years an eminent grazier of that place.

 

Saturday, 23 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3557 –

MARRIAGES –

  • Thomas DAVIDS, Esq, of Crayford, Kent, to Maria, daughter of Thomas SMITH, Esq, late of Paul House, Edmonton.

DEATHS –

  1. At Dover, John Minet FECTOR, Esq, aged 67 years.  A few years ago he served the office of High Sheriff of Kent, and was since a magnificent entertainer of the four greatest reigning Monarchs in Europe.
  2. In Upper Harley-street, Mrs KING, of Kelsey Park, Beckenham, Kent.

 

Saturday, 23 June 1821, Morning Chronicle 16280 –

BIRTHS – At Shooter’s-hill, Kent, on the night of Wednesday last, the Lady of G.W. BAKER, Esq, Royal Artillery, of a daughter.

 

Saturday, 30 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3558 –

DEATHS – The Rev D. IBBETSON, MA, Rector of Halstead, Kent.

 

Saturday, 21 July 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3561 –

MARRIAGES – July 17 at St John’s, Hackney, the Rev Baden POWELL, MA, Vicar of Plumstead, eldest son of Baden POWELL, Esq, of Langton, Kent, to Eliza, the eldest daughter of V.F. RIVAZ, Esq, of Upper Clapton.  AND, at the same time and place, Francis RIVAZ, Esq, eldest son of the above V.F. RIVAZ, to Maria, third daughter of the late Rev Francis CLIFTON, of Alverstoke, Hants, Rector of Eastwell.

 

Saturday, 28 July 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3562 –

DEATHS –

  1. The Rev J. WILLIAMS, Curate of Plastow, Kent.
  2. At Cheltenham, Sir Thomas Marryon WILSON, Bart, of Charlton House, Kent, in his 48th year.

 

Saturday, 4 August 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3563 –

DEATHS – Mr J. MACE, of Wansunt Farm, Bexley, Kent, aged 78, one of the oldest sportsmen in the county.

 

Monday, 13 August 1821, Caledonian Mercury 15592 –

DEATHS – At his residence, Leeds Castle, in the county of Kent, on the 5th current, General Philip MARTIN, in the 89th year of his age.

 

Wednesday, 15 August 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3840 –

DEATHS – On Thursday last, at Greenwich, Mrs BURNEY, the widow of the late Rev Charles BURNEY, DD, Rector of St Paul’s, Deptford, and of Cliffe, Kent.

 

Saturday, 25 August 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3566 –

DEATHS – The Rev H. MORLAND, Rector of Horsemonden, Kent.

 

Saturday, 1 September 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3567 –

MARRIAGES – Thos. Stead CARTER, Esq, barrister at law, of Lincoln’s Inn, to Eliza Sophia, only daughter of the late Richard POWIS, Esq, of Sedcup, Kent.

 

Saturday, 8 September 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3568 –

DEATHS –

  1. At Beckenham, Kent, William Christopher CUPPAGE, Esq, of Old Broad-street, solicitor, aged 46.
  2. At Strood, Kent, in consequence of mortification caused by cutting a corn on the foot until it bled, Mrs BUCK, wife of Mr BUCK, butcher, aged 33.

 

Wednesday, 3 October 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3847 –

BIRTHS – On 31 August, at Rome, the Lady of Thomas BONAR, Esq, of Camden Place, Kent, of a daughter.

 

Saturday, 6 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3571 –

  • MARRIAGES – At Ipswich, Lieut. C. WISE, R.N., of Burden, Kent, to Frances Sophia, eldest daughter of Mr W.H. BRADY, of the former place.
  • DEATHS – At Boxley House, Kent, in her 64th year, the Hon. Mrs F. MARSHAM, aunt to the Earl of Romney.

 

Saturday, 13 October 1821, Caledonian Mercury 15618 –

SIGNAL HUMANITY – At Lord CAMDEN’S seat, the Hermitage, near Seven Oaks, in Kent, the following important information was exhibited a few weeks since:-  “This is to give notice, that Lord Camden does not mean to shoot himself, or any of his tenants, till the 14th of September.”

 

Saturday, 13 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3572 –

DEATHS – At Nizelles near Seven Oaks, Kent, aged 73, Thomas PONTON, Esq.

 

Wednesday, 17 October 1821, Derby Mercury 4658 –

MARRIAGES – On Saturday last at Otterdon Church, Kent, the Hon. Captain CAMPBELL, R.N., M.P., to Charlotte, second daughter of General GASCOYNE, M.P.

 

Sunday, 21 October 1821, The Examiner 720 –

DEATHS – On the 3d instant, aged 55, Thomas HAMILTON, Esq, of Bromley Common, Kent, late of Copthall-court, London.

 

Saturday, 27 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3574 –

DEATHS – The Rev. W.T. PATTENSON, Rector of Frinsted, Kent.

 

Saturday, 3 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3575 –

DEATHS – Aged 60, Henrietta, wife of the Rev John HODSON, of Thornham, Kent.

 

Saturday, 10 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3576 –

  • MARRIAGES – At the Ambassador’s Chapel, at Paris, the Baron de Gavedele GEARING, to Eliza, widow of George DERING, Esq, son of the late, and uncle of the present Sir Edward DERING, Bart, of Surrenden, Dering, Kent.
  • DEATHS – At Court Lodge, Hunton, in Kent, Thomas TURNER, Esq.

 

Saturday, 24 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3578 –

DEATHS – At Greenhithe, Kent, of a decline, Eliza, twin daughter of Thos. BIRD, Esq, aged 19 years.

 

Saturday, 1 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3579 –

DEATHS – At Malling Abbey, Kent, G.T.H. FOOTE, Esq, aged 77.

 

Saturday, 8 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3580 –

DEATHS – At Teston, Kent, Mr David THOMPSON, many years Stewart to the Barham Court Estates.

 

Saturday, 15 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3581 –

DEATHS – In his 70th year, William HAMMOND, Esq, of St Alban’s Court, Kent.

 

Saturday, 22 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3582 –

MARRIAGES –

  1. P. ANDREWS, Esq, of Ashford, Kent, to Mary, daughter of Mr NORBY, of the same place.
  2. Francis, son of Joseph WIGG, Esq, of North Place, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Thomas Edward SHERWOOD, Esq, of Lewisham, Kent.

 

Saturday, 5 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3584 –

MARRIAGES – Major ONSLOW, of the 4th (or Queen’s Own) Light Dragoons, to Mildred, daughter of John JONES, Esq, of East Wickham House, Kent.

 

Saturday, 12 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3585 –

DEATHS – At Wye, Kent, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William SCUDMORE, Esq.

 

Saturday, 19 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3586 –

MARRIAGES – The Rev J. STOKES, Vicar of Cobham, Kent, to Miss FRANKS, of Rochester.

 

Saturday, 26 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3587 –

MARRIAGES – At Speldhurst, Kent, J.W. SMITH, Esq, only son of Lieutenant-General SMITH, of the Royal Artillery, to Charlotte, to eldest daughter of the late Robert WOODMAS, Esq, of Montagu-square, Middlesex.

 

Saturday, 26 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3587 –

DEATHS – Hewett COBB, Esq, of Clement’s Inn, and of Sydenham, Kent, many years a respectable solicitor, and proprietor of the Brighton Theatre.

 

Saturday, 2 February 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3588 –

DEATHS – At the Vicarage House of Wolverton, Bucks, aged 25, Louisa Catherine, wife of the Rev Henry Reade QUARTERLEY, and youngest sister of Sir John HONYWOOD, Bart, of Evington, Kent.

 

Saturday, 23 February 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3591 –

DEATHS –

  1. In Upper Harley-street, Wm Baliol BEST, Esq, aged 29, youngest son of the late George BEST, Esq, of Chilston Park, Kent.
  2. At Hastings, Miss MONTRESOR, of Rose Hill, Kent.
  3. Mr Henry PULLEN, of Maidenhead, aged 82, upwards of 50 years a coachman on the Bath road.

 

Saturday, 16 March 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3594 –

DEATHS – At Merchant TAYLOR’s School, aged 75, the Rev Thomas CHERRY, BD, Vicar of Sellings, Kent.

 

Wednesday, 20 March 1822, Derby Mercury 4680 –

BIRTHS – On Saturday last, at Barham Court, Kent, the lady of the Hon. Charles Noel NOEL, of a daughter.

 

Saturday, 30 March 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3596 –

DEATH S- In the East Indies, Captain John Henry TALBOT, of the 22d Native Infantry, eldest son of Robert TALBOT, Esq, of Stone Castle, Kent.

 

Saturday, 20 April 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3599 –

DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, Mary, relict of Wm WALMSLEY, Esq, many years copying clerk of the House of Lords.

 

Saturday, 27 April 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3600 –

DEATHS –

  1. In his 93d year, Alured PINCKE, Esq, of Sharsted, Kent.
  2. At Ashford, Kent, Mr John WOOD, yeoman.  Also, aged 50, Mr NICKALLS, one of the Society of Friends.
  3. At his father’s residence, Champion-hill, Camberwell, aged 34, Rd. C. CROUGHTON, Esq, of Tenterden, Kent.
  4. At Tenterden, Kent, Mr Thomas WENMAN, aged 88.  His death was occasioned by a bullock, which, having run wild from Appledore to Tenterden, gored him in the groin in a dreadful manner, in which painful state he lingered for several days.

 

Saturday, 11 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3602 –

DEATHS –

  1. Mrs TWOPENNY, wife of William TWOPENNY, Esq, of Woodstock Park, Kent.
  2. Mr HOSKING, attorney, of Sheerness.

 

Saturday, 18 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3603 –

DEATHS –

At Middle Deal House, Kent, James CLARINGBOLD, Esq, aged 72.

At Great Chart, Kent, Mr S. DURTNAL, yeoman.

 

Saturday, 25 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3604 –

DEATHS – Aged 62, Charlotte, wife of S. WALCH, Esq, of Bromley Common, Kent.

 

Saturday, 1 June 1822, Jackson’s oxford Journal 3605 –

MARRIAGES – At West Malling, Kent, John WOOD, jun, solicitor, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, to Isabella Doree, daughter of John BAX, Esq, of West Malling.

 

Saturday, 6 July 1822, Leeds Mercury 2978 –

MARRIAGES – On Thursday week, at Rivers, Kent, John BAYLEY, Esq, eldest son of the Hon. Mr Justice BAYLEY, to Charlotte Mary, second daughter of the late John Minet FECTOR, Esq, of Dover, and Earnsey Abbey, in the same county.

 

Saturday, 27 July 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3613 –

  • MARRIAGES – Charles Ricketts GRIMANI, Esq, to Miss Sarah White FINCH, both of Lee, Kent.
  • DEATHS – In his 68th year, Thomas FULLER, Esq, late of Favingham, Kent.

 

Saturday, 3 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3614 –

MARRIAGES – Thomas K. CROW, Esq, solicitor of Sevenoaks, Kent, to Laura, only child of Mr W. HODSOLL, of Holborn.

 

Saturday, 10 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3615 –

  • MARRIAGES – Edw. TWOPENNY, Esq, of Rochester, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George SMITH, Esq, of Camer, Kent.

DEATHS –

  1. At the Court Lodge, East Farleigh, Kent, aged 69, Lucy, the wife of George DOMINICUS, Esq.
  2. At High Elms, near Farnborough, Kent, in her 20th year, Anne LUBBOCK, eldest daughter of Hugh William BROWN, Esq, of St James’s-place.

 

Saturday, 10 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3615 –

MARRIAGES – Henry, second son of S. WELCH, Esq, of Bromley-common, Kent, to Adelaide, daughter of T. THORNTON, Esq, of Springfield-grove, Horsham, Sussex.

DEATHS – At Bexley, Kent, aged 100, William HENSHAW, Esq.

 

Saturday, 31 August 1822, Caledonian Mercury 15757 –

DEATHS – At Shooter’s Hill, Kent, on the 24th current, General Sir Thomas BLOMEFIELD, Bart, in his 79th year.