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1845 MARRIAGES

JUNE



6 JUNE 1845, Friday


At BUDOCK, Mr. Richard DOBIE, son of Mr. S. DOBIE, Tre*fusis, to Nannie Hawke, second daughter of the late Capt Isaac NASH, of TRURO.

At NEWLYN east, on Wednesday last, Mr. James CLARKE, to Miss Jane KENDALL.

At ST. IVES, Mr. Thomas ROACH, to Miss Anna Maria BENNETT.

At the Wesleyan Chapel, COPPERHOUSE, on Tuesday last, Mr. Samuel BAILEY, to Mrs. Elizabeth RICHARDS, both of CAMBORNE.

At CAMBORNE, on Wednesday last, Mr Edwin K. FAULL, of Newton Abbot, Devon, to Miss Mary Faull WHEAR, of the former place.

At St. Mary's chapel, PENZANCE, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. E. Shuttleworth, -- DENBY, Esq. of PENZANCE, to miss Fanny PASCOE, of the North Parade.

At MADRON, on Tuesday last Mr. John LEGG, mate of the " Little Briton, " to Miss Ann CHAPPELL, both of PENZANCE.

At ST. AUSTELL, on Tuesday last Mr. George NOTT, of LONDON, to Miss Martha CHAPPLE, of the former place.

At the Association chapel, ST. MABYN, on the 29th ult., Mr John HAWKEY, to Miss Elizabeth TUCKER.

At CALSTOCK, on the 26th ult., Mr R.M. LITTLE, clothier, SHERBORNE, to Jane, fourth daughter of Mr. R. CLATWORTHY, of the former place.

At BIDEFORD, on the 28th ult., T. Mackenzie SMITH, Esq., surgeon, to Miss SCOTT, daughter of Lady CHALMERS, and sister- in- law to of T.B. CHANTER, Esq., Mayor of Bideford.

At LONGTON in the Potteries, on the 29th ult., the Rev. James WILSON, Methodist New Connexion Minister, late of the Truro Circuit, to Miss COOKE.


13 JUNE 1845, Friday


At Kenwyn, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Frederic WEBBER, of Eglon Merther, George Dennis JOHN, Esq., of Penzance, to Elizabeth, only surviving daughter of the late Jonathan PASSINGHAM, Esq., of Bonython, in this county.

At St. Hilary, on the 4th instant, Mr. SHUGG, of St. Ives, to Miss Sally THOMAS, of Marazion.

At Madron, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. M. N. PETERS, Mr. E. LAVARS, of Bristol, to Elizabeth Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. John WALLIS, of Penzance.

At Camborne, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph IVEY, to Miss Jane TREVAN; and on Tuesday, Mr. J. PERKINS to Miss Mary BENNETT.

At Bodmin, on Tuesday last, Mr. John DERRY, of Egloshayle, to Mrs. Ann TEAGUE, relict of the late Mr. Thomas TEAGUE, of the Ordnance Department, Sierra Leone.

At Tintagel, on Tuesday last, Mr. Edward JOHNS, of Tretoil, in Lanivet, to Miss Jane GLANVILLE, of the former place.

At the Registrar's Office, Bodmin, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. FRADD, of Wadebrigde, to Mrs.GARLAND, of the same place.

At Liskeard, on the 5th instant, Mr. WILKEY, of L[avrean?] to Miss TAYLOR, of the former place.

At Stratton, on the 3rd inst., Capt. PERKINS, of the sloop "Mirra" of Bude, to Miss TOMS.

At Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel, London, on the [2nd] inst., Mr. John REMFRY, of Chiswell-street to Sarah [Isabella?], eldest daughter of the Rev. Robert YOUNG.


20 JUNE 1845, Friday


At FALMOUTH, on Wednesday last, W.J. GENN, Esq., solicitor, to Ellen, eldest daughter of J. CORNISH, Esq.

At the Wesleyan chapel, ST.AUSTELL, on Wednesday last, Mr. John WARNE, schoolmaster, to Miss PENROSE.

At TALLAND, Mr. John SALT, of POLRUAN, to Mary Louisa, daughter of Captain R. O. JOHNS, of the schooner "Halloo," of POLPERRO.

At LISKEARD, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Pebendary Lyne, uncle of the bride, the Rev. Edwd. POLWHELE, Incumbent of St Stephens by LAUNCESTON, to Jessie, second daughter of Peter GLUBB, Esq., of the former place.

At LAUNCESTON, on Wednesday last, Lieutenant Thomas JAMES, R.N., of STRANGWAYS TERRACE, TRURO, to Elizabeth Anne, second daughter of the late Stephen SPETILGUE,Esq., of the former place.

At the Wesleyan chapel, HELSTON, on Tuesday last Mr John BOLITHO, to Miss Ann MITCHELL, both of WENDRON, and at the Registrar's office, Mr, John CURNOW, to Miss S(......) LAMPRO, both of MAWGAN.

At MADRON, on Tuesday last, Mr. A. G. NEWTON, to Miss Marian PONIAL[?], of PENZANCE.

At MADRON, on Wednesday last, Mr. Frederick Rabion de la TREHONNAIS, to Sophia Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John COCKRAM, chemist, both of PENZANCE.

At BIDEFORD, by the Rev. R. K. Buck, Mr HOOPER, grocer, BATH, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. HANDFORD, merchant.

On the 8th instant, A. KESTENBURY, Esq., of PLYMOUTH, to Phoebe, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Levy JACOB, mineralogist, of PENZANCE.

At St, George's, BROOMSBURY, LONDON, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Robert Morris, Richard James, third son of the Rev Richard COPE, L. L. D., of PENRYN, to Maria, daughter of the late, Joseph MILLS, Esq., of Great Russell- street, BLOOMSBURY.

At GLOUCESTER, C. E. Parke GORDON, Captain 75th Regiment, to Louisa, daughter of Edward DAY, Esq., of TREDENNICK, in this county.

At LLANDYDNO Church, on the 11th inst., Mr. HUMPHREYS, stationer, &c., Castle Square, CARNARVON, to Mary second daughter of Capt. DAVEY, of the former place.


27 JUNE 1845, Friday


At Kenwyn on the 5th instant, by the Rev. W Marshall, Henry HAWORTH, Esq., assistant Surveyor of Taxes, to Emily, second daughter of Mr W. S. TRELEAVEN, of Truro.

At Budock, on the 17th instant, Mr William HAWKE, of the Basset Arms Inn, to Miss Ann SPARGOE.

At St Hilary, on Monday last, Mr John WARREN, to Miss Elizabeth RICHARDS, of Marazion.

At Landewednack, on Tuesday last, Mr Henry PENGILLY, of Manaccan, to Miss Eliza HOCKING, of the former parish.

At the Chapel of Esse, Pool, in the parish of Illogan, Shaun, second son of Thomas DAVEY, Esq., of Tuckingmill, to Catherine, third daughter of John BLAMEY, Esq., of Scorrier.

At St Ives, Capt. John FRAZIER, of the schooner "Drake", to Mary, second daughter of Mrs Mary ROACH, of the Commercial Inn.

At the Registrar's Office, St Mary's Scilly, on Monday last, Mr Francis BAMFIELD, to Miss Mary Edwards DYSART.

At the Bible Christians' chapel, Luxullian, on Wednesday last, Mr Wm. NICHOLLS, to Miss Elizabeth GREY, both of Lostwithiel.

At Liskeard, on Tuesday last, the Rev. J. A. H. LAFFER, Perpetual Curate of St Gennys, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Joseph CHILDS, Esq., of the former place.

At Plymouth, on the 16th instant, Mr TRESTRAIL, of East Looe, to Miss PAUL, of the former place.

At Bideford, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. R. H. Buck, the Rev. Samuel DENNIS, to Georgiana Sarah St Leger CALL, daughter of O. J. CALL, Esq., Paymaster of the 18th Royal Irish Regiment.


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