|2 September 1836, Friday|
At St. Austell, on Wednesday, Mr. Wells, of London, to Miss Clarke, of Bodmin.
On the 1st instant, at Clifton Church, by the Rev. Jas. Taylor, Mr. James Henry Buller, merchant, of Liverpool, to Elizabeth Edgecombe, daughter of Richard Ferris, Esq. of Richmond Hill, Clifton; and, at the same time and place, Mr. William Score, chemist, of Bristol, to Mary Praer, also daughter of the aforesaid Richard Ferris, Esq.
On the 1st instant, at St. Mary's Church, Swansea, by the Rev. William Hewson, D.D., Mr. John Williams, of St. Clement, in the County, to Susan, only daughter of Captain William Jenkins, of Swansea.
At Tintenhall, Somerset, Alexander Macfarlaine, Esq., London, to Josephine, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Lovering , Esq. of Mininster[?].
On Wednesday, the 31st ult, at Redruth, Capt. James Davey, to Miss Elizabeth Trevorah; also, Mr. Thomas Bolitho, to Miss Mary Riddle.
On the 21st ult at St. Agnes, Mr. James Rule, to Mrs. Carne, widow.
Yesterday, at St. Austell, Mr. Nicholas Wills, son of Mr. Wills of the London Apprentice Inn, to Miss Mary May of Molingey.
On Wednesday the 31st of August, at St. Mawes, the Rev. Wm. P. Burgess, Wesleyan Minister, to Miss James.
On Thursday, the 1st instant, at St. Michael Carhayes[sic], the Rev. C. T. Kempe, Mr. Thomas Hitchens, of St. Austell, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Mr. Slade, of the former place.
At St. Columb, on Sunday last, by the Rev. F. Chudleigh, Mr. J. R. Sandoe, grocer and tallow-chandler, St. Agnes, to Mrs. Sarah Johns, Helston.
On Thursday, at Christow, in this county, by the Hon. and very Rev. the Dean of Norwich, Thomas Lane, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. Richard Lane, of Coffleet and Bradley House, to the Hon. Julia Pellew, only daughter of the late, and sister to the present, Viscount Exmouth.
On Monday last, at Liskeard, Mr. Jago, surgeon, to Miss Brown.
On Tuesday last, at Illogan, by the Rev. George Treweeke, Edward Lanyon, Esq. eldest son of Tobias Lanyon, Esq. of Camborne, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of W. Reynolds, Esq. of Trevenson.
At St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, Edmund Morshead, Esq. eldest son of the Rev. E. Morshead, Rector of Calstock, to Penelope, daughter of the late Col. Dillon.
On Sunday last, at St. Ives, Captain Andrew Thomas, of the schooner "Diligence", of that port, to Agenora, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Allen, collector of lights.
On Wednesday last, at St. Hilary, Mr. John Downing, to Miss Elizabeth Eddy, both of St. Michael's Mount.
On Tuesday last, at Bodmin, Mr. William Tucker, of Egloshayle, to Miss Susan Harvey, of Bodmin.
On the 12th instant, at Liskeard, Mr. Jago, surgeon, to Miss Brown.
On Wednesday last, Helston, Mr. T. Bishop, to Miss Elizabeth Trerice, of [...]ister, in Manaccan.
On Wednesday last, Mrs. Nancy Downing, alias Dunn, Elias, Bryant, to Mr. J. Williams, jun., pilot. This is the fourth time the [bride] has been led to the hymeneal altar, though she is [very] little above 30 years of age.
On the same day Mr. Vivian Stevens, of Trevalgen, farmer, to Thomasine, daughter of Mr. J. Penberthy, of Pulmanhoe, both of St. Ives.
At Stonehouse, on Saturday last, Mr. Charles Rean, of Fowey, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Thomas, of the same place.
At Tywardreath, on Sunday last, Mr. Stephen Maynard, of St Ewe, to Miss Sarah Popplestone, of Kingsbridge, Devon.
On Friday last, at Fowey, William Harvey, of Belford, in the County of Northumberland, Esquire, to Miss Strike, of the former place.
On Saturday last, at Phillack, Mr. George Hext Bellringer, of Penzance, to Anne, only daughter of Richard Hosking, Esq. of the same place.
On Monday last, at Stoke Church, Mr. John Trenhaile, of Stoke Damerel, to Miss Eliza Brenton, of the same place, third daughter of the late Mr. W. Brenton,of H. M. Dock-yard, Devonport.