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Harbor Grace Standard & Conception Bay Advertiser

1859 - 1869

From The Harbor Grace Standard and Conception Bay Advertiser as transcribed by Sue O'Neill and posted on NFLD-roots mailing list. Dates given are dates of publication.

The HARBOR GRACE STANDARD, earliest issue located: Dec. 7, 1859 (v. 1, no. 4)and it ceased publication: 1936. Frequency of publication was weekly, Dec. 7, 1859-Mar. 3, 1888; semiweekly, Mar. 10, 1888-1894 and weekly, 1894-1936?

The paper had several titles: Standard and Conception-Bay Advertiser, Dec. 7, 1859-Dec.25, 1867; Harbor Grace Standard and Conception-Bay Advertiser, Mar.1, 1871-Mar. 3, 1888; Harbor Grace Standard, Mar. 10, 1888-1936.

The Harbor Grace Standard published news of the Conception Bay Region, domestic and foreign news, legislative proceedings, extracts from St. John's papers, shipping and fishing news, poetry, and advertisements. The paper strongly opposed Confederation in 1865 but supported it by 1869. In the 1870's the paper did not receive patronage from the Bennett administration and supported Carter and Ambrose Shea, who represented the Harbour Grace district in the House of Assembly. The paper supported the railway and Whiteway's first administration. The Standard took the Protestant side in the aftermath of the 1883 Harbour Grace affray and supported Thorburn in 1885. The Standard was published until 1936 when it folded due to economic reasons.

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Memorial University [1859]-1860, 1862-[1863-1865]-1867, [1880]-[1884]-[1888]-[1919, 1921, 1929-1933] Microfilm
Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador [1863]-[1865-1867, 1873]Microfilm
Provincial Reference and Resource Library 1860, [1862]-1867, 1873-1874, 1876-1892, [1896, 1906, 1910] Original
Provincial Reference and Resource Library [1859]-1860, 1862-[1863-1865]-1867, [1880]-[1884]-[1898]-[1919, 1921, 1929-1933] Microfilm
Trinity Historical Society Sept. 17, 1915; Jan. 26, 1917, Mar. 18, 1921 Original

The records were transcribed by SUE O'NEILL and formatted by BONNIE HICKEY in February 2000. While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors.

PUB. DATE EVENT DETAILS
1859
December 7, 1859(Death)At St. John's, on Thursday last, aged 90 years, John BRYAN.
December 7, 1859(Death)At the same place, on Saturday last, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mr. John COAKER, a native of Widdicomb Devonshire, England, aged 50 years.
December 7, 1859(Marriage)At St. John's, on Wednesday evening last, by the Venerable Archdeacon Lower, M.A. Mr. John STIDSTONE, of that place, to Miss Jane, third daughter of Mr. John MOORS, of Carbonear.
December 7, 1859(Marriage)At the same place, on Thursday last, by the Rev. J. O'Donnell, Capt. Joseph CLEMENTS of Green Bay, to Alice relict of the late Capt James SILVEY of that place.
December 7, 1859(Marriage)At the same place, on Saturday lst, by the Rev. J. O'Donnell, Mr. Patrick POWER, (Branch Pilot), to Ellen, second daughter of the late James McLOUGHNAN, of that place.
December 7, 1859(Marriage)At the Same place, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. Henry Daniel, Mr. Henry WEEKS, of Charlottetown P.E. Island, to Marrian Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Capt BURFORD, of that place.
December 7, 1859(Marriage)At Salmon Cove, Gasters, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Kyran Walsh, Edward, eldest son of Mr. James WADE, Jr., planter at Cat's Cove, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Edward FLAHERTY, planter of that place.
December 14, 1859(Marriage)At St. John's, on the 3rd Dec., by the Rev. Henry Daniel, Mr. Robert WOODS, to Miss Elizabeth Ann MOOR[sic], both of that place.
December 14, 1859(Death)At. St. John's on Thursday last, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Ann, third daughter of Mr. James DOOLEY, of Portugal Cove, aged 21 years.
December 28, 1859(Marriage)On Thursday evening last, at St. Paul's Church by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Mr. George ANDREWS to Mary, relict of the late Mr. Blathwaite SNOW, both of this town.
December 28, 1859(Death)On Sunday morning the 18th inst., Mr. Thomas FRENCH, aged 55 years. An old and respected inhabitant of this town.
December 28, 1859(Death Inquest)An inquest was held on Monday last the 26th inst., before John STARK, Esq., and a Coroner's Jury, at the house of Mr. William LILLY in this town, on the body of Christopher COYLE, Tailor. It was proved that on the evening of Saturday last, the deceased was sitting by the fire when in one of the fits he had been subject to he fell, and received a slight wound on the left temple but sufficient to cause death. Dr. ALLEN was examined. Verdict - Died of Apoplexy
1860
January 4, 1860(Marriage)On Monday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Shenstone, Mr. John BUTT of Western Bay, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Ambrose PARSONS of this town.
January 4, 1860(Marriage)At Greenspond, on the 8th December, by the Rev. Julian Moreton, George SKELTON, Esq., M.D., of Bonavista, to Lucy Hester, fourth daughter of Mr. Richard WILLS, of St. John's
January 4, 1860(Death)At St. John's after a long and severe illness in the 62nd year of her age, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. John CURRIE, of Harbor Grace.
January 4, 1860(Death)At the same place, after a long and painful illness, in the 31st year of her age, Hannah, the beloved wife of Mr. Benjamin WOOD.
January 4, 1860(Death)At the same place, aged 5 years, Rachael Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Christopher VEY.
January 4, 1860(Death)At Toad's Cove, after a tedious illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mr. Samuel DRISCOL, deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends.
January 4, 1860(Death)At St. Mary's, Mr. Michael MURRAY, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place, aged 84 years.
January 4, 1860(Death)At Liverpool, in October last, of fever, Mr. Frederick STONEMAN, fourth son of the late William STONEMAN, Esq.
January 11, 1860(Marriage)On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. W.E. Shenstone, Mr. Richard T. PIKE, to Miss Catherine ANDREWS, both of this town.
January 11, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Wednesday last, after a long and painful illness, in the 31st year of her age, Hannah, the beloved wife of Mr. Benjamin WOOD.
January 11, 1860(Death)At the same place, at his residence River Head, on Wednesday the 4th inst., Captain Denis MEALY, an old and respectable inhabitant of that town.
January 11, 1860(Death)At St. Mary's, on the 10th instant, Mr. Michael MURRAY, and old and respectable inhabitant of that place, aged 84 years.
January 23, 1860(Marriage)At Carbonear, on Thursday the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. C. Lockhart, Captain F. PIKE, eldest son of Edward J. PIKE, Esq., to Charlotte Maria, second daughter of John THOMPSON, Esq., M.D., formerly of Hull, England.
January 23, 1860(Marriage)On the 5th inst., at St. John's, by the Rev. J. O'Donnell, Mr. James MORRISSEY, a native of Newfoundland, to Miss Margaret McMANUS, a native of Paisley, Scotland.
January 23, 1860(Death)On Sunday night last, after a short illness, Robert M'NAB, a native of River John, Nova Scotia, aged about 20 years. The deceased was young man generally respected in this town.
January 23, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Thursday morning last, William MURDOCK, fourth son of Mr. P. McPHERSON, aged 14 months.
February 1, 1860(Marriage)On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. B. Jones, Mr. Charles BRAKER, to Miss Rachael MARTIN, both of this town.
February 1, 1860(Death)On Sunday morning last, after a short illness, Mr. Thomas RYAN, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
February 1, 1860(Death)At Brigus, on Monday the 16th Jan., after a lingering illness, borne with truly Christian fortitude, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr James TARAHAN, and daughter of the late Mr. M. SCANLAN, of St. John's, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew her.
February 1, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 21st inst., James CLIFT, Esq., in the 84th year of his age, fifty of which he has resided in this Colony; born in the Parish of Smithwick, near Birmingham England.
February 1, 1860(Death)At the same place, on Friday the 27th Jan., after a lingering illness, Mr. Walter SHELLY, aged 77 years, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew him.
February 8, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 31st Jan., Mary Ann, aged 44 years, the beloved wife of Mr. John COLE.
February 8, 1860(Death)At St. Leonard's Barbadoes, on the 15th December, in her 23rd year, Sophia Mary Julia, the beloved wife of John R. PITCHER, Esq., and eldest daughter of George WINTER, Esq.
February 18, 1860(Marriage)On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. J. Walsh, Mr. James FOSTER, of Kirkcudbrightshire Scotland, to Ellen Mary, only daughter of the late William DIXON, of this town.
February 22, 1860(Marriage)At St. Paul's Church, on Thursday last, by the Rev Bertram Jones, Mr. John PAYNE, to Hamutal, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel DAVIS, both of this town.
February 22, 1860(Death)AT St. John's on Sunday, the 5th inst., after a short and painful illness, Ellen, third daughter of Mr. Edward NORRIS, aged 16 years.
February 22, 1860(Death)At the same place on Tuesday sen'night last, Isabella Jane, fourth daughter of Mr. George WHITTEN, South Side, aged 20 years.
February 22, 1860(Death)At the same place on Tuesday, sen'night, after a short but painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mr. Michael MAHER, aged 30 years, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew him. He leaves a young widow and one child to mourn their loss.
February 22, 1860(Death)At the same place after a short illness, Alexander Harvey, infant son of Mr. R. PEACE, aged 4 1/2 months.
February 22, 1860(Death)At St. Dunstan's College, Charlottown[sic] Royalty, on the 30th ult., after a long and lingering illness, in the 66th year of his age, the Right Rev. Bernard Donald McDONALD, Roman Catholic Bishop of Prince Edwards Island - universally respected.
February 22, 1860(Death)At Brooklyn, New York, on the 31st January, of consumption, Charles Percy, eldest son of Daniel H. and Helena CRAIG, aged 19 years and 3 months.
February 29, 1860(Death)At Carbonear, on yesterday the 28th instant, Robert PACK, Esquire, aged 74 years. The deceased was a native of Poole, England, and resided in this Colony upwards of Sixty years. During the past fifty years he was the principal of one of our leading Mercantile Establishments, and few Merchants ever stood higher for honor, integrity and generosity. He was greatly beloved and esteemed in all the relations of life, as a husband, father and friend, and leaves a widow, children, and grand-children to lament their heavy loss. His name will ever be revered by all who had the privilege of his acquaintance in this and other countries, for all those qualities that adorn the upright British Merchant and exemplary pious citizen.
March 7, 1860(Marriage)AT Bourlarderie C.B., on the 19th January last, by the Rev. J. Fraser, Capt. Donald MATHESON to Margaret, daughter of Finlay M'RAE, late of the 71st Regiment.
March 7, 1860(Marriage)AT Brigus, on Tuesday, 24th Jan., by the Rev. Mr. Shannon, Captain William WILCOX, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. William ANTLE of Brigus.
March 7, 1860(Marriage)At Burin, on the 19th January, by the Rev. J. Cullen, P.P., Mr. Patrick O'NEIL, son of John O'NEIL Esq., J.P., to Monica, second daughter of Clement BENNING, Esq., J.P.
March 7, 1860(Death)On Tuesday the 28th ult., William TAPP, of Cape Ray. Deceased left Channel for Cape Ray that morning apparently in good health and was found a corpse on the ice the same evening a few hundred yards from his house. He was a native of Dorset, England, and for 50 or 60 years a resident of Cape Ray and Cod Roy, he has left a large family to deplore his loss.
March 14, 1860(Marriage)AT Carbonear, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Lockhart, Mr. Richard HOWARD, to Miss Louisa MOORS, both of that town.
March 14, 1860(Marriage)At Brigus on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Shannon, Joseph C. SIMMS, Esq., fourth son of George SIMMS, Esq., J.P., of Trepassey, to Emma Selina, youngest daughter of the late Abraham BARTLETT, Esq.
April 25, 1860(Death)On Friday, after a short illness, universally regretted, Ellen, relict of the late Mr. John SHEA, aged 62 years.
May 23, 1860(Marriage)At St. John's, 5th inst., by the Rev. Henry Daniel, Capt. Mark VERGE, to Miss Susannah FERNHAM, both of St. John's
May 23, 1860(Marriage)On the 16 ult., at New Park-street Chapel, Southwark, by the Rev. C.H. Spurgeon, Robert Livingstone MUIR Esq., of St. John's, Newfoundland, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late George PEEL Esq., of London.
May 23, 1860(Marriage)AT Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on the 22nd Dec. last, Stanislaus James BAYLY Esq., Barrister-at-law, of Belfast, Port Fairy, to Emily DREW, late of Exeter, Devon.
May 23, 1860(Death)Died - on Friday last, after a lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Sarah Susanah, daughter of Mr. William SPARKES, of this town, aged 25 years.
May 23, 1860(Death)On Saturday the 12 inst., aged 5 years and 2 months, Evelene, daughter of Captain G. Brown.
May 23, 1860(Death)At Carbonear on Friday last, after a lingering illness, Catherine wife of Mr. Charles FORWARD, aged 37 years.
May 23, 1860(Death)At. St. John's, 10th inst., of whooping cough, Emma Jessie, daughter of Mr. William PITTS, aged 12 months.
May 30, 1860(Death)At. St. John's, the 14th inst., after a long illness William Thomas, infant son of George HOGSETT, Attorney General
May 30, 1860(Death)At the same place, 21st inst., Catherine Ellen, infant daughter of Mr. Polydore BARNES
May 30, 1860(Death)On the 15th inst., after a lingering illness, Michael MURPHY, aged 62 years, leaving a wife and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss.
June 6, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 24th ultimo, after a long protracted illness, which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Sarah Kingwell, relict of the late Mr. John SPRY, aged 96 years.
June 13, 1860(Death)Yesterday morning, after a long and lingering illness, borne with christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mr. John DOOLING, aged 22 years. His funeral will take place from his Mother's residence, Water Street, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
June 13, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 2nd inst., Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. John SHEEHAN, aged 28 years
June 20, 1860(Marriage)In St. Paul's Church, Trinity, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. Benjamin Smith, Alexander W. BREMNER, Esq., to Miss Tryphena, second daughter of B. SWEETLAND, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate of Trinity.
June 20, 1860(Death)At Spaniards Bay, on the 16th inst., after a lingering illness of four months, Abigail, wife of Mr. William GOSSE, and Daughter-in-law of Mr. Moses GOSSE, aged 43 years leaving a large family to deplore her loss.
June 20, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Sunday evening last, after a short illness, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew him, Mr. Richard FIELD, of the firm Geran and Field, aged 26 years.
June 27, 1860(Marriage)On Thursday last, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, by the Bride's Father, the Rev. F. WOODS, B.A., of South Hadley Falls, Mass., to Sarah H., daughter of the Rev.W.E. SHENSTONE, of this town.
June 27, 1860(Marriage)At St. John's, on Tuesday the 19th inst., at the Cathedral Church, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, assisted by the Ven. the Archdeacon, William James WARD, Esq., Notary Public Editor of the Morning Post, to Anna Maria Webster WARD, daughter of the late James WARD, Esq., of Portsmouth, N.H., U.S.A.
June 27, 1860(Marriage)At Burin, by the Rev. John S. Phinney, W.M., Mr. Thomas KEECH, of Bristol, England, to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. George GODDARD, of Spoon Cove, Burin.
June 27, 1860(Marriage)At Halifax, N.S., on Saturday, May 26, by the Rev. T. Crisp, Mr. Charles DeCEAN, of Jersey, to Miss Mary L., daughter of the late Michael G. POWER, of St. John's, Nfld.
June 27, 1860(Marriage)At the above place, at St. Mary's Cathedral, June 4, by the Rev. Dr. Hannan, Mr. Richard F. FORD, to Miss Margaret KNOWLAN, both of Newfoundland.
June 27, 1860(Death)On Saturday evening last, Robert Norman, infant son of Capt. John MUNN.
June 27, 1860(Death)At St. John's, the 17th inst., after a very short illness, Frances Maria, the beloved wife of the Rev. George M. JOHNSON.
June 27, 1860(Death)At the same place on the 21st inst., Robert Ollerhead, fourth son of John CANNING, Esq., Her Majesty's Customs, aged 22 years.
July 4, 1860(Death)On Saturday the 30th ult., at St. John's after a short illness, Patrick Tasker, fifth son of Mr. G.G. GEDDES, aged 7 years 4 months.
July 4, 1860(Death)And on the 2nd inst., Andrew Morrison, youngest son of Mr. G.G. GEDDES, aged 5 years 6 months.
July 11, 1860 Marriage At St. Thomas's Church, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Reginald Malcolmn[sic] Johnston, Garland Crawford GADEN, Esq., Sheriff of the Northern District, to Matilda Susan, relict of the late David C. NOBLE, Esq., of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and only daughter of the late Captain Smith PARKER, of the 64th regiment.
July 11, 1860 Death In London, on the 29th May, deeply regretted, Hugh Alexander EMERSON, Esq., late Solicitor General of this Colony.
July 18, 1860(Marriage)On the 6th ult., at St. Olaves's, Exeter, the Rev. R.H.E. WIX, incumbent of Alderholt, near Fordingbridge, only son of the Rev. E. WIX, some time Archdeacon of Newfoundland, and grandson of the Rev. S. WIX, vicar and hospitaller of St. Bartholomew-the-less, London, and rector of Inworth, Essex, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late William ABBEL, Esq., of Jamaca[sic]
July 18, 1860(Death)At the residence of her Father, Capt. John STEPHENSON, after a short illness, regretted by all who knew her, Susanna GORDON, relict of the late Capt. Wm GORDAN[sic] - Aged 30 years.
August 8, 1860 Death At St. John's on Thursday last, after a short illness, in the 13th year of her age, Martha CORBETT, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WOODS.
August 15, 1860(Death)We regret to record 2 deaths from drowning which took place here yesterday - one was that of a little girl named FRY, about 6 years old who fell into a well or tank near the Phoenix Engine House - the other that of a young woman, a servant of Mr. TOUSSAINT named Elizabeth BRINE, who was bathing in Twenty-mile pond, and having gone beyond her depth and had no assistance, was, in a few moments, no more.
September 5, 1860(Death)On Sunday last, Albert Edward, infant son of John HAYWARD, Esq.
September 5, 1860(Death)At Carbonear on the 5th instant, Mary relict of the late Capt. John TAYLOR, aged 69 years, much and deservedly regretted.
September 12, 1860 Death At St. John's, on Wednesday evening last, after a short and severe illness, Reginald Sydney, youngest son of John H. WARREN, Esq., M.H.A., aged 3 years and 8 months.
September 12, 1860 Death At same place, after a protracted illness, Catherine Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. Redmond BRINE, aged 3 1/2 years.
September 19, 1860(Marriage)At Bay Roberts, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. W.E. Shenstone, John W.R. THOMPSON, Esq., Electric Telegraph Operator, to Miss Louisa Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John Ellis PIKE, all of Carbonear.
September 26, 1860(Death)Yesterday, after a lingering illness, Mr. Maurice SHEA, aged 22 years.
October 1, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 11th inst., after a short but painful illness, William, oldest son of Mr. Thomas COYELL, aged 47 years, leaving a widow and large family, together with many sorrowing friends to mourn their irreparable loss.
October 1, 1860(Death)At same place, on the 11th inst., after a short illness, Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Alexander SMITH, in the 14th year of her age.
October 17, 1860(Marriage)Yesterday, at Carbonear, by the Rev. W.J. Hoyles Alfred P. HANN, Esq., to Lavinia Seager, second daughter of the late Robert AYLES, Esq., of Carbonear.
October 24, 1860(Death)AT St. John's, on Monday last, Bridget, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas PARKER, aged 19 years.
October 24, 1860(Death)At the same place, on Tuesday, after a short illness, Mr. William EARLE, a native of Dartmouth, for 47 years Clerk of St. John's Church, deeply regretted, aged 69 years.
October 31, 1860(Death)On the 10th of August last, at Corbett's Harbor, Labrador, two fine young men, named George COURAGE and Edward COLE, were drowned in consequence of the upsetting of their fishing boat. One of the bodies, George COURAGE was recovered; but notwithstanding the most strenuous search the body of the other poor young man could not be found.
November 7, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Friday night last, Patrick TASKER, Esq., aged 36 years, third son of James TASKER, Esq., of Greenock.
November 14, 1860(Death)Yesterday morning, after a long illness which he bore with truly Christian fortitude to the Divine will, Mr. Robert Lee WHITING, an old and respected inhabitant of this town. He has left a large family to deplore his loss. The deceased was a good neighbour, a kind father, and one who never shut his door to the call of charity.
November 14, 1860(Death)At St. John's, Nov. 9, after a short illness, John J. GERAN, Esq., late M.H.A., and eldest son of the late Capt. Laurence GERAN, aged 29 years.
November 21, 1860(Marriage)On Sunday the 11th inst., at Bay Bulls, by the Very Rev. Dean Cleary, James TARAHAN, Esq., of Brigus, to Mary, eldest daughter of Martin WILLIAMS, Esq., of Bay Bulls.
November 21, 1860(Death)On Thursday last, Frances, beloved wife of Mr. William HARKNESS, aged 28 years, deservedly regretted by all who knew her.
November 21, 1860(Death)At Old Perlican on Tuesday the 23rd October, after a short but severe illness, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends, Rev. Thomas GAETZ, Wesleyan Minister, aged 30 years.
November 21, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on the 11th inst., after a short illness, Amelia, relict of the late Edward KIELLEY, Esq., M.D., aged 65 years.
November 28, 1860(Marriage)Last evening, by the Rev. Mr. Walsh, Mr. John WALSH, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Patrick BUTLER.
November 28, 1860(Marriage)AT Heart's Content, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Petley, Mr. Levi WILLIAMS of Harbor Grace, to Emma, daughter of Adam ROCKWOOD, Esq.
December 5, 1860(Death)Yesterday morning after a long illness Mr. Matthias O'NEIL, a respectable inhabitant of this town.
December 12, 1860(Death)At Carbonear, much and deservedly regretted, after a lingering illness, which she bore with truly Christian Resignation to the Divine Will, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Wm BROWN, and mother of the Rev. James BROWN, of Bonavista aged 59 years. Her end was peace.
December 12, 1860(Death)At. St. John's on Wednesday morning, Francis Dighton, 4th son of the Rev. P.G. DICKINSON, aged 39 years.
December 26, 1860(Death)On the 12th inst., after a short illness, Mr. George A. SPARKES, aged 18 years.
December 26, 1860(Death)At Heart's Content, on the 19th inst., after a short illness, Emily Field, youngest daughter of Mr. John RYALL, aged 16 years, deeply regretted by her relatives and friends. Ah, who can know the yearning Of the sorrow-stricken heart, As it finds at every turning Fresh cause for deeper smart. The hopes long years have cherished, And nurtured many a day, By one fell stroke have perished Tough seeming bright and gay.
December 26, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Saturday the 15th inst., Mary, relict of the late Henry DUGGAN, Esq., and mother of Hon. Phil DUGGAN, at the advanced age of 100 years.
December 26, 1860(Death)AT Boston, where he had gone to pursue his medical studies, Henry H. DANIEL, eldest son of the Rev. Henry DANIEL, late Wesleyan Chairman of the Newfoundland District.
July 11, 1860(Marriage)At St. Thomas's Church, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Reginald Malcolmn[sic] Johnston, Garland Crawford GADEN, Esq., Sheriff of the Northern District, to Matilda Susan, relict of the late David C. NOBLE, Esq., of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and only daughter of the late Captain Smith PARKER, of the 64th regiment.
July 11, 1860(Death)In London, on the 29th May, deeply regretted, Hugh Alexander EMERSON, Esq., late Solicitor General of this Colony.
August 8, 1860(Death)At St. John's on Thursday last, after a short illness, in the 13th year of her age, Martha CORBETT, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WOODS.
September 12, 1860(Death)At St. John's, on Wednesday evening last, after a short and severe illness, Reginald Sydney, youngest son of John H. WARREN, Esq., M.H.A., aged 3 years and 8 months.
September 12, 1860(Death)At same place, after a protracted illness, Catherine Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. Redmond BRINE, aged 3 1/2 years.
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1862
January 8, 1862(Marriage)AT St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Mr. Hugh GORDEN, to Miss Sarah THISTLE, both of this place.
January 8, 1862(Marriage)AT the Wesleyan Chapel, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Lockhard, Mr. George F. PARSONS, to Miss Hannah El. HEATER, second daughter of Mr. George HEATER, of this place.
January 8, 1862(Marriage)On Wednesday last the 1st inst., at Bay Roberts, by the Rev. Mr. Blackmore, Mr. Joseph CALPIN, to Miss Susannah WILCOX, both of that place.
January 8, 1862(Marriage)At St. John's on Wednesday evening, January 1st, at the residence of the bride's uncle, by the Rev. E. Botterell. W.M., Chairman Newfoundland District, Llewellyn HANMER, Esq. Royal Engineer Office, to Jessie GILMAN, third daughter of the late Mr. Henry LILLY.
January 8, 1862(Death)On Friday 3rd inst., Maria, relict of the late William INNOTT, Esq., Merchant of this town, aged 68 years.
January 13, 1862(Marriage)At Brigus, on Wednesday, 1st inst., by the Rev. T. Harris, Mr. Absalom ANTLE, to Emma Susanna, daughter of Mr. George SPOONER, all of Brigus.
January 13, 1862(Marriage)On Wednesday, the 1st instant, at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. T. M. Wood, Military Chaplain, Charles MESHAM, Esq., Lieut. H.M. 52nd Regt., to Ellen Caroline, second daughter of Edward L. JARVIS Esq., of this city
January 13, 1862(Death)At Carbonear, on the 13th inst, after a lingering illness, Leonora, the beloved wife of Capt. T. PIKE, aged 32 years.
January 13, 1862(Death)At St. John's, on Monday morning, the 6th inst., at half-past nine o'clock, Amelia Fredrica, wife of Mr. W. FREEMAN, aged 64 years.
January 13, 1862(Death)At same place, on Thursday morning, after a short illness, William KIELLY, aged 64 years, and old and respected inhabitant of that town.
January 13, 1862(Death)At ? [smudged] Greenock, on the 13th December, of croup Harrington, aged 2 years and a half, son of James J. GRIEVE, Esq., Provost of Greenock
January 22, 1862(Death)On Saturday night after a short illness, in the 98th year of his age, Mr. William PARSONS, an old and highly respectable inhabitant of this town. His Funeral, will take place to-morrow (Thursday)at 2 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
January 22, 1862(Death)On Sunday morning, after a lingering illness, M. Mansell ALCOCK, aged 95 years, an old and respectable inhabitant. His Funeral will take place tomorrow (Thursday) at 2 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
January 22, 1862(Death)At Carbonear on Wednesday last, 15th inst., of Consumption, Fanay Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Frances PIKE aged 18 years.
January 22, 1862(Death)On Monday morning, John, infant son of Mr. Joseph GODDEN.
February 5, 1862(Death)On Sunday night the 2nd instant, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Stretton PARSONS, aged 62 years. A large circle of her relations and friends deeply lament her loss. Her funeral will take place on to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon at half past two o'clock from her late residence, at Bears Cove.
March 12, 1862(Death)On Saturday morning last, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mary, relict of the late Wm MITCHELL, aged 66 years, an old and respected inhabitant of this town.
March 19, 1862(Marriage)On 15th January, at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, by the Revd P.R. Shaw, Benjamin Greer GARRETT, Esq., High Sheriff of the Colony of Newfoundland to Mary, widow of the late G.G. DAY Esq., of Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, and St. Ives, Huntingdonshire.
March 19, 1862(Death)At St. John's, on Wednesday night last, after a short illness Isabella McLEAN, aged 37 years, wife of Mr. Thomas McCONNAN and only daughter of the late Rev. D.A. FRASER, M.A.
March 26DeathAt Heart's Content, on the 25th inst., Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late Charles RENDALL (of diphtheria) aged 14 years.
March 26DeathAt St. John's, on the 20th inst., Mr. Richard HAMLIN, aged 47 years.
March 26MarriageAt Boston, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Chapin, Methodist Episcopal Church, Mr. C. Henry ST. JOHN, to Adaline, daughter of the late William HARTWELL, Esq., of Bangor, Maine.
April 2, 1862(Death)On Sunday last, after a short illness Mr. George WELLS, aged about 26 years. His funeral will take place this day (Wednesday) when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
April 9, 1862(Marriage)At St. John's on Thursday night last, at St. Mary's Church, Southside, by the Rev'd J. Pearson, George Augustus, youngest son of Mr. George GARLAND to Patience Emilia, eldest daughter of Mr. William WHITTEN, both of this town.
April 16, 1862(Death)At Carbonear, on Thursday evening last, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mrs. Margaret JONES, aged 65 years. The deceased was an old and respected inhabitant of Carbonear.
April 30MarriageOn Thursday last, at Carbonear J. MADDOCK, Esq., of the firm of J. & R. Maddock, to Miss D. GUY, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph GUY.
May 7DeathAt same same[sic], on Wednesday last, at one o'clock, p.m. in the 61st year of her age, Ellen Maria, wife of our respected Sheriff, John V. NUGENT, Esq. The deceased lady was a daughter of John CREEDON, Esq., of Mount Dorset, City of Cork.
May 7DeathAt St. John's, on Tuesday morning, after a brief illness borne with great meekness and patience, Mr. William FREEMAN, in the 78th year of his age.
May 14MarriageAt St. John's, at St. Thomas' Church, by the Rev. T.M. Wood, Mr. John G. JAMES, to Eliza, fourth daughter of the late John FOOT, Esq., of Twillingate.
June 4MarriageAt Glasgow, on the 2nd Sept., by the Rev. Alexander Cumming, Andrew BOGLE, Esq., of the Royal Bank of Scotland, to Helen, daughter of W.F. RENNIE, Esq., St. John's Newfoundland.
June 4MarriageAt St. John's, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. E. Botterell, assisted by the Rev. T. Harris, Rev. James A. DUKE, Wesleyan Minister of Bonavista, to Emily R. KNIGHT, eldest daughter of Thomas KNIGHT, Esq., H.M.A. of St. John's.
July 2DeathYesterday morning after an illness of extreme suffering of over twenty-four years, twenty-three of which she was confined to her bed, Mary Audion, wife of Mr. Henry STOWE, of this town, in the fifty-first year of her age.
July 2MarriageAt same place, at the Episcopal Cathedral, on Tuesday the 2nd inst., by the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop, assisted by the Rev. John Pearson, the Rev. Joshep[sic] Francis PHELPS, eldest son of Joseph PHELPS, Esq., of Madeira, to Fanny Harriet, fourth daughter of the Hon. Mr. Justice ROBINSON.
July 2MarriageAt the Wesleyan Parsonage, Sackville, N.B. on the 20th inst., by the Rev. John Allison, A.M. Joseph L. BLACK, Esq., merchant of Sackville, to Mary A. second daughter of the Rev. John SNOWBALL, Wesleyan Minister.
July 15DeathAt Alora Canada West, on the 28th August, Mr. John Samuel CROSSMAN, aged 49 years, a native of Newfoundland. He has left a wife and six children to mourn their loss.
July 16DeathOn Sunday, aged 79 years, leaving a large family to deplore his loss, Mr. Wm. GORDON, an old and respectable inhabitant of this town. His funeral will take place form his late residence, Bears' Cove, Tomorrow, at 2 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
July 30DeathOn the 31st July last, of yellow fever, on the voyage from New Orleans to Halifax, N.S., Arthur Stuart BINDON, Assistant Paymaster of H.M.S. Rinado, aged 19 years, and son of the late Major BINDON, R.N.C.
August 13, 1862(Marriage)On the 17th inst., at St. Bride's Church Liverpool, Mr. W. TAIT, to Zela Drusilla, second daughter of C. WATTS Esq., Harbor Grace, Newfoundland.
August 20MarriageOn Saturday, 26th inst., by the Revd. E. Brettle, Mr. George CROSBIE, of Miraumachi, to Miss Martha CHALKER of Brigus
August 20MarriageAt St. John's, at the Cathedral Church, by the Lord Bishop, assisted by the Ven. the Archdeacon, the Rev. George Henry HOOPER, of La Poile, to Eliza Charlotte, youngest daughter of George SIMMS, Esq., J.P., of to Eliza Charlotte, youngest daughter of George SIMMS, Esq., J.P., of Trepassey.
September 17DeathOn Wednesday, 25th June last, Joanna Maria, the beloved and only child of Mr. Richard IVORY, aged 9 years and 3 months.
September 17DeathOn Sunday morning last, after a short illness, Mr. William WALSH, aged 84 years. The deceased was a very respectable inhabitant of Newfoundland for upwards of 47 years, 44 of which he spent in Harbor Grace; he bore an excellent character for honesty of purpose, and uprightness, and was one whose life as a citizen, a parent, and a pious christian may be pointed at as an example to all.
September 17DeathAt St. John's, on the 27th inst., at Richmond Hill, the Hon. Kenneth McLAE, a native of Greenock, in the 62nd year of his age, beloved and deeply regretted by his family and a large circle of friends.
September 17DeathAt Harbor Main, on Tuesday, the 24th inst., after a long and tedious illness, Mr. John KENNEDY, aged 48 years, a respectable inhabitant of that place.
September 17DeathOn Friday evening last, after a lingering illness, in the 56th year of his age, Mr. John WEST, a native of Bristol, England, and for many years a respectable inhabitant of this town.
October 1DeathOn Sunday last, at the International House, after a short but painful illness, Meliora, second daughter of the late R. PERCHARD, Esq. Her remains were taken to St. John's in the Ellen Gisborne via Portugal Cove.
October 1DeathOn Tuesday the 7th inst., after a long and painful illness borne with truly Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mrs. Grace TAYLOR, aged 70 years, an old and respectable inhabitant of this place.
October 1DeathAt Brigus on the 26th ult., universally respected and regretted, Mr. James A. PERCEY, aged 24 years, son of Captain Stephen PERCY[sic], late of Brigus, now of St. John's. The deceased was Telegraph operator at Bay Roberts. His death was preminently peaceful.
October 29DeathAt St. John's on Tuesday morning, Louisa, third daughter of Mr. Abel WATKINS, shipwright of that town.
October 29DeathOn Wednesday last, after a lingering illness, Louisa, wife of Captain James BROWN, aged 34 years.
October 29DeathYesterday morning, at Port-de-Grave after a long and painful illness which she bore with truly Christian resignation to the Divine will, in the 75th year of her age, Mrs. SHEA, relict of the late Dr. SHEA of that place. The deceased was highly respected by all her acquaintance, and the poor has lost a true and faithful friend, as she was in the habit of dispensing medicines and other relief to them for a number of years.
November 12DeathSuddenly, at Figueira, Portugal, on 12th Jan. last., Thomas B. RENDELL, Esq., for many years a resident merchant of that place, aged 77 years.
November 12DeathAt 16, Tavistock Street, Bedford Square, London, in the 86th year of her age, Lucretia, widow of the late Newman Wright HOYLES, Esq., formerly Colonel Treasurer of this Colony.
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January 7, 1863(Marriage)By the Rev. Mr. Bretell, Mr. John Charles STEVENSON, son of Captain John STEVENSON to Sara Jane, daughter of Mr. John YOUNG, Island Cove.
January 7, 1863(Marriage)At Carbonear, by the Rev. W.J. Hoyles, on Thursday, 1st January, Mr. Alexander DONNAN, Wigtownshire, Scotland to Jessie Susanna, eldest daughter of Henry T. FORWARD, Esq., Carbonear.
January 7, 1863(Death)On the 31st December; aged one month, Arthur Polloch, infant son of Dr. ALLAN.
January 14, 1863(Death)At his residence, St. George's House, Figueira, Portugal, on the 10th of November last, in the fifty-first year of his age, John Richard Maguire COOKE, Esq., formerly of St. John's Newfoundland, son of the late Capt. Robert COOKE, 28th Regiment.
January 14, 1863(Death)At St. John's on the morning of Wednesday, the 7th current, after a protracted illness, Jane Frances, the beloved daughter of the Hon. Patrick KOUGH.
January 21, 1863(Death)On Thursday last, at Caplin Cove, after a lingering illness, aged 81 years, Mr. Jonathan WEBBER, an old and respected inhabitant.
January 21, 1863(Death)At Scilly Cove, on the 24th Nov., of Diptheria, after a severe illness, borne with Christian fortitude and resignation to the Divine will, Lucretia, second daughter of the late Mr. John WALKER, schoolmaster aged 14 years.
January 21, 1863(Death)At the same place, on the 12th Dec., of the same disease, after a severed illness, borne with Christian fortitude and resignation ot the Divine will, Harriet, second daughter of Mr. James KOLLAND, aged 18 years.
January 28, 1863(Marriage)At St. John's, on Tuesday the 20th day of January, at the Congregational Church, by the Rev. Charles Pedley, Thomas Raffles JOB, Esq., only son of Thomas JOB, Esq., of Liverpool, to Agnes Beater BROWN, daughter of Robert BROWN, Esq., Manager of the Commercial Bank of St. John's Newfoundland.
January 28, 1863(Marriage)At Harbor Buffet Placentia Bay, Jan. 20th, by the Rev. John Kingswell, Mr. Charles D. CHAMBERS, merchant, late of Halifax N.S., to Ann eldest daughter of Mr. Nelson BAILEY, of Oderin.
January 28, 1863(Death)On Monday morning, the infant daughter of the Rev. Mr. ROSS.
January 28, 1863(Death)On Wednesday night last, at Spaniard's Bay, after a short illness, in the 83rd year of his age, Mr. Richard GOSSE.
January 28, 1863(Death)At St. John's on Monday morning, Sarah, aged 26 years, third daughter of Mr. M. THORNE, late of Harbor Grace, and beloved wife of Mr. Frederick HASS of this down.
January 28, 1863(Death)At Dunse Scotland, on the 22nd ult., in the 33rd year of his age, James Noble NEILSON, master of St. Andrew's School, St. John's, Newfoundland.
January 28, 1863(Death)At. Liverpool, on the 19th Dec. last, Rufus, infant son of Mr. Robert TRAPNELL, late of this town.
January 28, 1863(Death)At Great Placentia on the 7th instant, after a short illness, in the 83rd year of his age, John RIELLY a native of that place. Deceased was universally respected and will long be remembered in Placentia where he leaves a numerous circle of relations and friends to mourn a tender father and a respected neighbor.
January 28, 1863(Death)On Friday the 2nd instant, at Mosquito, St. Mary's Bay, after a lingering illness, John DOODLE, aged 40 years. He was much respected by all who knew him and leaves a widow with a large family to mourn their irreparable loss.
January 28, 1863(Death)On Thursday evening last, after a lingering illness, Patrick CANE, a native of Kilmathomas, County Waterford.
February 11, 1863(Death)At Carbonear on the 8th inst., John S. OSHANNESY, M.D., a native of Limerick, Ireland, aged 72 years. Graduate of Hartford College, Boston, also 3 years in the Dispensary at Halifax, N.S. His funeral took place on Sunday the 8th inst., and was attended by a very large number of persons from all denominations.
February 11, 1863(Death)At St. John's, on Thursday, the 5th inst., Jessie Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. E. BARNES, aged nine years and eight months.
February 11, 1863(Marriage)At Guelph, Jan 1st by the Rev. James Brock, Richard C. NEWMAN Esq., chemist, to Emily, daughter of the late Alfred MAYNE, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, &c., Harbor Grace, Newfoundland
February 18, 1863(Death)At. St. John's, on Tuesday night the 10th inst., in her 80th year, Ann, relict of the late Mr. Thomas DUDER.
February 18, 1863(Death)At same place, on Sunday the 8th inst., after a lingering illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mrs. Elizabeth MADDEN, widow of the late Mr. John MADDEN, of Caplin Bay, in the 82nd year of her age.
February 25, 1863(Death)On Thursday the 19th inst., after a short illness, in the 78th year of his age, Mr. Thomas WOOLFREY, an old and respectable resident of this town.
February 25, 1863(Death)On Tuesday the 17th inst., Mr. James GIAVEIN, an old and respectable citizen of this town aged 84 years.
March 18, 1863(Death)On Sunday last after a lingering illness, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Thomas WOOLFRY aged 72 years. Her funeral will take place this afternoon when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
March 18, 1863(Death)At Spaniard's Bay, on Saturday last, of consumption, Julia Anna June, second daughter of Mr. Moses GOSSE, in the 31st year of her age. And on Sunday last, of disease of the heart, Harriet Sophia, fourth daughter of Mr. Moses GOSSE, in the 26th year of her age. Their funerals will take place from the residence of their father this day (Wednesday)
March 18, 1863(Death)At St. John's on the 26th February last, sincerely regretted by a large number of acquaintances and friends, in the 80th year of her age, Annie, relict of the late Mr. John RADFORD.
March 25, 1863(Marriage)On the 18th December last, at St. Giles, Reading by the Rev. J. Vesey, Hamilton, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. T.V. Fosbery, vicar of the parish, Captain R. Vesey HAMILTON R.N., to Julia, second daughter of Vice-Admiral James Arthur MURRAY, and grand daughter of the late Lord William MURRAY.
April 8, 1863(Death)At Black Head, on the first instant, after a severe illness, borne with Christian resignation, John CURTIS, Esq., Coroner, &c., aged 69 years. Mr. C. had been for fifty years a faithful and zealous Local Preacher among the Wesleyan congregation, 22 of which has been in Black Head circuit. His loss is deeply regretted by his sorrowful family, and will be deeply felt by all who knew him, more especially by the Churches where he labored.
April 8, 1863(Death)At Bay Roberts, the infant child of Mr. MOORS.
April 8, 1863(Death)At. St. John's, on the 27th ult., Eliza, the beloved wife of R. HOWLEY, Esq., aged 66 years.
April 8, 1863(Death)At same place on the 2nd inst., William Archibald, only son of Mr. W. WARREN, aged 15 years
April 8, 1863(Death)At Hall's Bay, of brain fever, on the 24th February, W.R. PERCHARD, son of the late R. PERCHARD, Esq., aged 25 years
April 22, 1863(Death)On the 13 inst., Martha Ann, the beloved wife of the Rev. Alexander ROSS, Presbyterian Minister of this place, in the 35th year of her age.
April 22, 1863(Death)At St. John's suddenly on Easter Morning, aged 23 years, Martha Maria, wife of James Bower BALFOUR, Esq., and second daughter of the Hon. G.H. ???son [Sue's note, print was extremely small and light]
April 29, 1863(Death)At Toronto, on the 7th April, Mr. William LOVEYS, late of St. John's, aged 85 years.
June 3, 1863(Death)On Sunday morning last, Susannah, youngest daughter of Mr. Charles DAVIS, aged 8 years.
June 3, 1863(Death)At Carbonear, on Sunday last, after a long and painful illness which he bore with Christian resignation, Mr. W. BROWN. Mr. BROWN was the father of the Rev. J. BROWN, of Bonavista, and is universally regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances; he spent upwards of twenty-seven years of his life in Carbonear. His funeral will take place this forenoon, from his late residence when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
June 17, 1863(Death)At St. John's, on the 9th inst., of Consumption, in the 14 year of her age, Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas PARKER.
June 17, 1863(Death)At the same place, on the 10th inst., after a protracted illness which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Capt. William COLE, aged 60 years.
June 24, 1863(Marriage)On Monday Evening last by the Rev. Mr. Brettle, Capt James BROWN, to Miss Lavinia PARSONS, of Bear's Cove.
June 24, 1863(Death)At Spaniards Bay on Sunday last, in the 81st year of her age, Mary, relict of the late John HUTCHINGS.
July 1, 1863(Death)At Carbonear, on Sunday, 28th inst., John THOMPSON, Esq., surgeon, in the 57th year of his age, deeply regretted by his bereaved family, and a large circle of relations and friends, whose loss, both in public and private, will be long felt and deplored. The deceased has been a resident in Carbonear for 16 years, and he bore his long, painful illness, with christian resignation. His funeral will take place from his late residence, at 3 o'clock, this day, p.m., when his relatives and friends are invited to attend. His lingering head is at rest, Its thinking and aching are o'er; His quite, immovable breast, Is heaved by affliction no more. His head is no longer the seat Of Trouble and torturing pain; It ceases to flutter and beat, It never shall flutter again. The lids he so seldom could close, By sorrow forbidden to sleep, Sealed up in them mortal repose Have strangely forgotten to weep! The fountains can yield no supplies These hollows from waters are free, The tears are all wiped from his eyes, And evil they never shall see.
July 15, 1863(Death)At Carbonear, on the 6th instant, after a long illness, Mr. George JONES, an old and respected inhabitant in the 81st year of his age.
August 5, 1863(Death)Suddenly on Sunday evening last, Mary, daughter of Mr. E. WHITEWAY, aged 23 years.
August 19, 1863(Death)At Carbonear, on Thursday, Aug 6 at 1 o'clock a.m., Mr. Charles PENNY, aged 68 years, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place.
August 19, 1863(Death)At Boston, on Sunday morning, Aug 2nd George, son of John RORKE, Esq., Merchant, Carbonear, aged 25 years.
August 19, 1863(Death)At the same place, on Tuesday, 5th inst., Peter KEOUGH, cooper, aged 50 years. Deceased was a native of Carbonear.
August 26, 1863(Death)On Sunday evening last, after a lingering illness Mr. Thomas WHITE, aged 70 years. Deceased was a resident of Carbonear for a number of years.
August 26, 1863
On Saturday last, Elizabeth Jane, infant daughter of Mr. Frederick HEATH of this town.
September 9, 1863(Death)On Sunday last, the 6th inst., Elizabeth Norman, the beloved infant daughter of Mr. George MAKENSON, aged 5 months.
September 9, 1863(Death)At Brigus, on Wednesday morning, the 26th ult., Charles COZENS Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate of that place, aged 79 years. The deceased was a native of Blanford, Dorset; and had resided at Brigus for over 61 years where he long carried on an extensive business, and was distinguished for the energy of his character, and for his benevolence and hospitality.
September 23, 1863(Marriage)On Tuesday May 26, at the Wesleyan Church, Yanastreet Geelong, by the Rev. W.I. Binks, Mr. George POPLE, Farmer, of Connewarre[sic], to Frederica Furneux DAVIS, only daughter of Capt G.G. DAVIS, of Geelong.
October 21, 1863(Death)At Bristol, on the 20th September, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends, William, son of Mr. John TRAPNELL, of this place. Aged 33 years.
October 23, 1863(Death)At. St. John's, on Sunday 23rd inst., after a long and painful illness, Ann, daughter of the late Richard COLLINS.
November 11, 1863(Death)On Friday, the 6th inst., Patrick, eldest son of Edward FITZGERALD, aged 31 years.
November 11, 1863(Death)On Monday morning last, Michael Robert, infant son of Capt H. THOMEY, aged 4 months
November 18, 1863(Death)At Hackensack, New Jersey, after a brief, but severe illness, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. E. WINTON, aged 37 years.
November 18, 1863(Death)At Buffalo, on the 7th October, at the residence of her brother, Mr. Samuel PARSONS, Sarah PICKAVANT daughter of the late Mr. Jonathan PARSONS of this town.
November 18, 1863(Death)At St. John's, on Monday 9th November, the Hon. Patrick KOUGH, aged 77 years.
November 18, 1863(Death)At the same place o 6th inst., after a painful illness, Mr. Thomas S. WESTCOTT, a native of Teignmouth, England, aged 68 years.
November 25MarriageAt Brigus, on Wednesday 18th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Harris, Mr. John MURPHY, of Sydney, C.B. (Capt of the Associated Press Yacht, Cape Race) to Miss Susan WILLS of St. John's.
November 25MarriageAt the Wesleyan parsonage, No 8, Gottingen Street, Halifax, N.S., by the Rev. J. S. Addy, W. E. DOUSE, Esq,. of Charlotte-town, P.E.I., to Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Mr. P. MacPHERSON, of Port-de-Grave, Newfoundland.
November 25DeathOn Friday morning last, (suddenly) Mrs. DICKSON, aged 66 years.
November 25DeathAt St. John's, on Monday the 16th inst., Flora Shannon, relict of the late James CLIFT, Esq., aged 70 years
December 2, 1863(Marriage)At Montreal, on the 22 Oct last, at St. Lukes Church, by the Rev. Mr. Bond, assisted by the Rev. John Godden, the Rev. Thomas GODDEN, B.A., son of Mr. Thomas GODDEN of this town, to Margaret, daughter of A.R. BLACKWOOD, Esq., . of the former place.
December 2, 1863(Marriage)At Boulardrie Cape Breton, N.S., on the 19th November by The Rev. J. Fraser, Mr. Kenneth W. McKENZIE, late of Harbor Grace to Miss Hughina ROSS, youngest sister of W. ROSS Esq., MPP for County Victoria, C.B, also to Roderick ROSS Esq., MPP for Wapue, New Zealand.
December 09MarriageOn the 2nd inst., at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Josiah, son of Mr. Isreal[sic] GOSSE, Bishop's Cove, to Jane, eldest daughter of Captain Mark ALCOCK of this place.
December 09DeathSuddenly, on the 23th ult., of apoplexy, in the 60th year of his age, Mr. Arnold WEBBER.
December 09DeathAt Bay Roberts, on the 23rd ult., Maria Jemima, youngest daughter of Mr. Elijah MERCER, aged 20 years.
December 23DeathOn the 19th November last, at Camdentown, London, Anne Stothart, wife of James Laidlaw CROSS, Esq., formerly of St. John's, Newfoundland.
December 30MarriageAt New Harbor, Trinity Bay, on Thursday last, by the Rev. W.Dobie?[very light on copy], Mr. William STEVENSON, son of Captain John STEVENSON, to Sarah, daughter of C. NEWHOOK, Esq., J.P., of the above place.
December 30DeathYesterday, Joseph RYAN,Esq.
December 30DeathAt Montreal, on the 5th inst., Jomra Breen, wife of M RYAN, Esq., Advocate, aged 48 years.
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January 13, 1864(Marriage)At Carbonear on Wednesday evening last, the 6th instant by the Rev. John O'Connor, at the residence of the mother of the bride, Mr. Michael RYAN, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late William HANRAHAN Esq. M.D.
January 13, 1864(Marriage)In Brooklyn, N.Y., December 31, by the Rev. Mr. Remington, at the residence of Mr. Jno LILLY, the bride's uncle, Mr. Thomas DEAN to Miss Sarah C. LILLY, late of St. John's Newfoundland.
January 13, 1864(Death)At Carbonear on Wednesday the 30th ultimo, William W. BEMISTER Esq., a native of Corfe-Mullen, Dorsetshire, England, aged 74 years, over 69 of which were spent in this Island, principally in Carbonear. Mr. BEMISTER was for more than 40 years engaged in mercantile business, and always regarded as a man of honor and integrity, of unassuming manners, sincere friendship, and no man's enemy.
January 27, 1864(Death)On Monday evening, 18th inst., after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Bridget, the beloved wife of Mr. Maurice DOYLE, a native of Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland aged 63 years.
January 27, 1864(Death)At St. John's on Wednesday evening last Mr. Nicholas Gill HARRIS, aged 64 years
February 24MarriageAt Boston, on the 11th January, at St. Stephen's Church, by the Rev. E.M.P. Wells, Mr. Phillip T. KNIGHT, Printer, to Miss Mary Ann REARDON, both of St. John's, Nfld.
February 24DeathAt Island Cove, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. James CRANE, son of Mr. John CRANE, aged 23 years.
February 24DeathAt Spaniard's Bay, on Sunday night last Mr. Richard CALLAHAN, aged 75 years, an old and respected inhabitant of that place.
February 24DeathAt Bonavista, on the 21st January last, of Diphtheria, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends, Charlotte, and on the 23rd, Agnes, the beloved daughters of Mr. Joseph SHEARS


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DEATH works great changes, and oftentimes under circumstances of severe pain and trial. When it visits a house and takes away one or more from the family circle, the affliction into which that family is plunged far exceeds any earthly consolation. Yet we beg to express our sympathy with the bereaved parents in the terrible loss with which, as will be seen by the obituary to-day, they have been visited. Suffering and lingering under that trying disease, Diphtheria, two beloved daughters at last fall under its way, and within scarcely two days of each other their parents mourn their loss. The circumstances of deep affliction with which these sad events were and are attended, are of two sacred a nature for us to intrude upon, but the writer of this notice having the pleasure of an intimate acquaintance with the bereaved parents and family, and experienced their uniform kindness and hospitality, begs most respectfully to record this imperfect tribute of sympathy with them in their time of trial, and reverence for departed worth.
April 6, 1864(Death)At St. John's on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness James G., second son of Mr. Robert MATTHEW, aged 23 years.
April 13, 1864(Death)At Bay Roberts, on Sunday 10th inst., after a lingering illness, Frederick Carter, son of Stephen Olive PACK, Esq., aged 11 years.
April 20, 1864(Death)On Friday last, after a lingering illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. WILLIAM and eldest daughter of Mr. Phillip WALSH, aged 33 years.
April 20, 1864(Death)On Saturday last, after a short illness, Mary Joseph, only daughter of the late Mr. Edward GLAVENE, aged 3 years.
April 27, 1864(Death)On Friday evening last, after a lingering illness, which he bore with truly Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mr. Thomas G. GREEN, aged 22 years. His funeral took place yesterday from the residence of his grandmother and was numerously and most respectably attended.
May 11MarriageAt Bears Cove, on the 6th ult., by the Rev. Alexander Ross, Mr. Thomas HENDERSON, late of Dumfries, Scotland, to Ann Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Mr. William GORDON of this place.
May 11DeathOn the 5th inst., after a short illness, Julia, the beloved wife of Mr. Martin KELLY, aged 65 years.
May 11DeathAt Carbonear, on the 5th inst., deeply regretted by all who knew her, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Pierce PHELAN, aged 86 years.
May 11DeathAt St. John's, on Monday morning May 2, after a short and painful illness, Mr. Richard COOK, aged 44 years.
May 18DeathOn Saturday evening, the 7th inst., at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Brigus, Sarah, the beloved wife of the Rev. Thomas HARRIS, aged 36.
May 18DeathAt St. John's, on Saturday morning after along and painful illness, in the 63rd year of his age, Mr. Peter ASPWELL, a native of the county Wexford, Ireland.
May 25, 1864(Death)At St. John's, on Sunday morning, at half-past 3 o'clock, , Alice Dalton, relict of the late John ELSON Esq., Merchant, of Carbonear, aged 72 years.
June 8 1864(Death)At St. John's, on Thursday the 2nd inst., after a protractive illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation to the Divine Will, Catherine, the beloved wife of Dr. J.J. DEARIN and sister of John FENNELL Esq., Clerk of Peace of this place, aged 44 years.
June 22DeathOn Tuesday the 14th inst., after a long illness, Mr. William HOWLETT, a native of County Wexford, Ireland, and for many years a respected inhabitant of this place, aged 52 years.
June 22DeathOn Wednesday, the 15th inst., Susana, relict of the late Mr. Jacob MOORE, aged 77 years.
June 22DeathAt Rattery, Devon, May 16, aged 65 years, after a long and painful illness, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. John MADDOCK, of Rattery, and the affectionate mother of J. & R. MADDOCK of Carbonear. who knew her, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Pierce PHELAN, aged 86 years.
August 17DeathAt Heart's Content, on the 30th ult., after a long illness,much and deservedly regretted, Robert OLLERHEAD, Esq., aged 76 years. The deceased gentleman was a resident of Heart's Content for upwards of 50 years.
August 31DeathAt Hearts Content, on Tuesday, 23d inst., after a long illness, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends, Maria Ann, the beloved wife of Captain Elias WARREN, aged 26 years.
September 07DeathOn Sunday evening last after a long illness, Susan, the beloved wife of Mr. Stephen PETERS of this town, aged 35 years. Her funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock when the friends of the family are respectfully requested to attend.
September 07DeathAlso the same night, Mary Ann, infant daughter of the above named.
September 07DeathAt St. John's on Wednesday, 31st August, Mr. James MURRAY, a native of Perth, Scotland, aged 55 years.
September 21MarriageAt the Priory Church, Great Mulvern, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Geo Fisk, Vicar, Graham KINLOCH, Esq., Church, near Accrington, Lancashire, eldest son of the late Graham KINLOCH, Esq., Alexandria, Dumbartonshire, to Isabella Fisher, eldest daughter of the Hon. John MUNN, Newfoundland.
September 21DeathAt Carbonear, the 16th inst., Alexander O'DONOVAN, Esq., aged 51 years, a native of the county Cork, Ireland, for the last 21 years principal of the Grammar School at Carbonear, and formerly Professor of Mathematics ad Carlow College, leaving six orphan children to deplore his loss. May his soul rest in peace O Lord what is my hope Truly my hope is even in thee
September 21DeathAt Mosquitto, on Friday last, after a short illness, Mr. Philip MEANEY, aged 75 years, an old and respected inhabitant of that place for a number of years.
October 05DeathAt Port-de-Grave, on the 19th ultimo, after a short illness; much and deservedly regretted, Mr. Henry DAWE, Sen., aged 63 years.
October 12DeathAt Demerara, of yellow fever, on the 26th August, Captain Robert WELSH, of St. John's Nfld., in the 34 year of his age; also, on the 1st Sept., his brother, William WELSH, mate, aged 22 years, leaving a father and four sisters to mourn the loss of kind sons and affectionate brothers, and much regretted by a large circle of friends.
October 12DeathAt Leithenhall, Wamphrey, Dumfriessire, on the 19th August, Samuel ROGERSON, Esq., aged 65 years.
October 12DeathAt his residence, Burin, on the 1st inst., William HOOPE, Esq., J.P., in the 77th year of his age. Deceased had held the office of Stipendiary magistrate at the above place for many years, which position he filled with credit to himself, and general satisfaction to all with whom he had to deal. His memory will long be cherished by those with whom he had social intercourse, and the poor will have just cause to mourn the loss of a sincere and charitable friend. We sincerely sympathise with his bereaved family and friends.
October 12DeathAt Havana, of yellow fever, on the 7th September, Richard Cole LAY, a native of Teignmouth, Devon, aged 54 years and 4 months.
October 26MarriageOn Thursday evening last, at the residence of the brides' father, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. Patrick WALSH, to Jane only daughter of Mr. W. BURKE, all of this town.
October 26MarriageAt Tilton Harbor, on the 15th ult., by the Rev. P. Ward. P.P., Mr. James B. DRYSDALE, of this place to Kate, youngest daughter of thelate P. MULLOWNEY of St. John's.
October 26MarriageAt the Cathedral Church, St. John's, on Wednesday last, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, assisted by the Rev. Thomas M. Wood, Garrison Chaplain, Duncan Norton TAYLOR, Esq., R.A., son of Captain TAYLOR, R.N., of Maida Hill, London, to Harriet Liddell, only daughter of the Hon. Hugh W. HOYLES, Attorney General of Newfoundland.
October 26MarriageAt St. John's, on Wednesday last, at St. Mary's Church, South-side , by the Rev. Mr. Medley, A.W. HARVEY, Esq., to Miss Elizabeth WALKER.
October 26DeathAt 30, Kirkgate, Leith, on the 24th of September Mr George WILSON, late of H.M. Customs, and last surviving son of the late Henry WILSON, Esq., of Cleugh, Lanarkshire.
October 26DeathAt Aquaforte, on Tuesday, 11 inst., Peter WINSER, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate of the Ferryland District, and for many years previously its Representative in the Assembly, aged 83 years.
October 26DeathAt Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on the 26th June last, Charles Nuttall THORN, Esq., merchant, aged 49 years (formerly of Harbor Grace), leaving a wife and ten children to mourn his irreparable loss.
November 02DeathAt Bay Roberts, on Monday morning last, after a short illness, in the38th year of his age, leaving a widow and six children to mourn the loss of a kind husband and parent, Captain William BARTLETT. The deceased was widely known and generally respected by a large number of persons for his hospitality and kindness, and will be mourned by a large circle of relatives and friends, and the poor will miss a friend who was at all times ready to relieve their distress. His funeral will take place to-morrow Thursday at 11 o'clock when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
November 02DeathOn Saturday, last, after a short illness, in the 60th year of her age, leaving a large family to deplore her loss, Elizabeth, the belovedwife of Mr. Patrick BUTLER.
November 02DeathOn the 20th September last, at Black Tickle, Labrador, Mr. Edward SEAPLEN, aged 49 years, much and deservedly regretted by all his friends.
November 16, 1864(Death)Yesterday morning, at St. John's in the 28th year of his age, Mr. Horatio REED, son of T. REED Esq., Sub-collector at La Poile.
November 23MarriageOn Thursday, the 10th inst., at the house of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Winterbotham, the Rev. John GOODISON, Wesleyan Minister, Catalina, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of John RORKE, Esq., M.H.A., Carbonear.
November 23MarriageAt St. John's, on the 12th instant, by the Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, assisted by the Rev. J. Vereker, P.P., Mr. James HEALY, Chief Clerk, General Post Officer, to Mary, third daughter of the late Hon. James FURLONG.
November 23DeathOn Saturday last, of consumption, aged 38 years Ellen, relict of thelate Mr. William BRYDLE, of Carbonear
November 23DeathOn Saturday last, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Michael QUINN, aged 43 years.
November 30, 1864(Marriage)At Carbonear, on the 22th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. O'Connor, assisted by the Rev. J. Cummins, John, youngest son of Arthur THOMEY, Esq., of Mosquitto, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Michael GOULD, Esq.
November 30, 1864(Death)At St. John's, on Saturday the 26th inst., Judith, wife of Capt Henry HERDER, aged 66 years.
December 07DeathOn Sunday last, Mr. Henry ROCHE, a native of County Wexford, Ireland. His remains will be taken to St. John's this day for interment.
December 07DeathAt St. John's, on the 28th November, Cathrine, the beloved wife of Stephen MARCH, Esq., M.H.A., aged 53 years. Mrs. MARCH, for many years, endured great bodily affliction, with exemplary patience and resignation to the will of her Heavenly Father. She was a woman ofunassuming deportment, but firm friendship and kind disposition; an affectionate wife, and a beloved mother. Her unostentatious charity will not be soon forgotten. Her house, for many years, was open for the reception of the Ministers of that Church to which she was conscientiously attached, and of which she was a consistent member; many of whom will realize in her decease the loss of a kind and sympathizing friends. She has left a bereaved husband and family, anda large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn her comparatively early removal from their midst; but their loss is her eternal gain.
December 14MarriageOn Saturday evening last, at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. B. Jones, Mr. Thomas P. BROOKS, of Pugwash, N.S., to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas GODDEN.
December 14DeathOn the 3rd inst., after a long illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, aged 73 years, Mr. Edward PETERS, a native of Devonshire, England, and a resident of this place for upwards of 50 years.
December 21, 1864(Death)At the Wesleyan Parsonage, Harbor Grace, on the 18th inst., Anne Eleanor Janetta, infant daughter of the Rev. James DOVE.
December 28DeathOn Monday evening last, after a short illness, Mr. Thomas JENKINS, aged about 38 years. His funeral will take place to-morrow Thursday at 2 o'clock.
December 28DeathOn Wednesday the 7th inst., after a protracted illness, Richard ANDERSON, Esq., a native of Cavan, Ireland, aged 80 years, 60 of which he spent in this country.
December 28DeathAt St. John's, on Monday last, Mr.s Elizabeth RADFORD, wife of the late Henry RADFORD, aged 99 years.
December 28DeathAt same place, on the 21st instant at 4 o'clock, after a short illness, aged 77 years, 57 of which he spend in Newfoundland, John O'DONNELL, Esq., a native of Tipperary. Deceased was engaged for many years in the trade of this country, and had earned the respect of all who knew him by his probity and uprightness of character.
December 28DeathOn Thursday, 22nd Dec., after a protracted and painful illness, borne with meek submission to the Divine Will, Catherine A.S.,. eldest daughter of Peter Weston CARTER, Esq., Chief Police Magistrate, St. John's.
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January 05DeathOn Sunday morning last after a short illness which she bore with truly Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Ellen, relict of the late Mr. John MURPHY, aged 66 years, an old and respected inhabitant of this town for the past fifty years. The deceased was a very charitable person, and the poor will miss a kind friend.
January 11MarriageAt St. John's, on Tuesday last, at St. Thomas's Church, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, assisted by the Bride's father, George ROBINSON, Esq., Master R.N, to Sophia, second daughter of the Rev. T.M. WOOD, Rural Dean.
January 11DeathAt Carbonear, on Thursday night, after along and painful illness, which she bore with truly Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Susan, relict of the late Captain William PIKE, of Carbonear, and mother of Captain George PIKE of this town, aged 77 years. Her end was peace. Her funeral took place on Monday last, numerously attended.
January 11DeathAt St. John's, on Monday last, the Hon. John ROCHFORT, M.D., and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, Senior member of the Legislative Council of this Colony, Senior Surgeon of St. John's Hospital; and for upwards of 45 years a resident of this colony; a man of unblemished honor and of the highest professional reputation in this community.
January 11DeathAt same place, on Tuesday morning, after a protracted illness, aged 70 years, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Samuel BRIDGEMAN.
January 11DeathAt St. John's, on Tuesday evening last, after a short but painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Mr. James Laing SCAPLEN, in the 47th year of his age, most deeply lamented by a bereaved family. His end was peace.
January 11DeathAt Trinity, Dec 23rd, Ann, the beloved wife of William KELSON, Esq., aged 74 years, leaving an aged husband and many relations to mourn their loss.
January 11DeathAt Chapel Cove, in the 80th year of his age, Mr. Henry SHEA, a native of the parish of Kilmacow, County Kilkenny, Ireland.
January 18DeathAt St. John's, on Sunday last, at one o'clock, after a short illness, in the 20th year of his age, much beloved and regretted by all who knew him, John Hayward GREEN, third son of W.S. GREEN, Esq., merchant, of Bay Roberts.
January 18DeathAt Port-de-Grave, after a lingering illness, Mr. James KEEPING, aged fifty years, a respectable inhabitant of that place for upwards of thirty years.
February 08DeathOn Sunday last after a short illness, much ad deservedly regretted in the 65th year of his age, Mr Edmund WHITEWAY, a native of Dartmouth, England, and for many years a respected resident of this place. His funeral will take place from his late residence this afternoon at half-past two o'clock, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
February 08DeathAt Geelong, Australia, Oct. 9 1864, Alexander FRASER, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, aged 45 years, eldest son of the late Rev'd D.A. FRASER.
February 08DeathAt New York, on the 8th inst., of Consumption, Eliza, fifth daughter of the late Mr. Patrick MOLLOWNEY, of this town.
February 08DeathAt St. John's, on Sunday morning last, after an illness borne with meek submission to the Divine Will, Adah Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John M. BRINE, aged 26 years.
February 08DeathAt Bay Fortune, P.E. Island, on the 13th ult., in the 65th year of her age, Marianne, relict of the late Wm. UNDERHAY, Esq., J.P., Lieut.-Colonel in the Militia of that island [The deceased Mrs. UNDERHAY was sister to John C. WITHERS, Esq., Editor and proprietor of the "Royal Gazette"]
February 08DeathAt New York, on the 12th Dec., after a short but severe illness, in the 24th year of his age, Augustine J. ELLARD, printer, son of the late Mr. Peter ELLARD of this town.
February 08DeathAt St. John's, on Thursday morning, in her 24th year, Mary Anne, second daughter of Thomas BYRNE, Esq., M.H.A.
February 08DeathAt Malaga, on the 18th ultimo, in his 37th year of his age, John Thomas Bonafant HOGSETT, youngest surviving son of the late Aaron HOGSETT, Esq., of this place.
February 15, 1865(Death)Yesterday, after a lingering illness, Mr. John ASH, an old and respected inhabitant of this place, aged 85 years.
March 01DeathAt St. John's, on the 3rd ult., Edward Archibald, third son of Thomas BENNETT, Esq., J.P., Mount Dorset, aged 30 years.
March 01DeathAt same place on Sunday last, after a long illness, Ann, relict of the late Mr. Francis TREE, an old and respected inhabitant, aged 86 years.
March 01DeathAt Combeinteignhead, Devon, Jan 6, Mr. Edward METHERELL, aged 85 years, many years a respectable shipmaster in this trade.
March 08DeathAt Spaniards Bay, on the 4th inst., after a lingering illness, in the 77th year of his age, Mr. William GOSSE, an old and respected inhabitant.
March 08DeathOn the 25th inst., at Aquafort, on his passage home from Boston, Samuel J. COWAN, eldest son of Mr. Peter COWAN, aged 27 years.
March 15DeathAt Spaniard's Bay, on the 7th instant, after a long illness, Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr. John VOKEY, aged 20 years.
March 22DeathAt Bear's Cove, on the 3rd March, after a long and painful illness, William SIMMONDS, in the 25th year of his age.
March 22DeathAt St. John's, on the 7th inst., Jonathan, eldest son of Mr. W.T. PARSONS, aged 18 years.
April 11MarriageOn Monday the 9th inst., at St. Matthew's Church, Bay Roberts, by the bride's uncle, the Rev. M. Blackmore, Mr. Duncan CAMPBELL, of Greenock,Scotland to Augusta Elias Addison, daughter of Stephen O. PACK, Esq., late of Bay Roberts.
April 19DeathAt St. John's, on the 4th inst., after a very short illness, Adelaide, the beloved wife of John T. BURTON, Esq.
April 19DeathAt Change Islands, Green Bay, on the 5th Dec., Mrs. Eliza G. OSMOND, the beloved wife of Mr. John OSMOND, aged 66 years.
April 25DeathOn Saturday morning last, after a long and very protracted illness, which she bore with truly Christian resignation, in the 79th year of her age, Mr. Elizabeth TAPP. The deceased was a very old resident of this town and was universally loved and esteemed.
April 25DeathAt St. John's, Mr. John BLUNDEN, Clothier, in the 73d year of his age.
May 10, 1865(Death)At St. John's, on the 1st instant after a short illness, Mr. John MacNAMARA, letter press printer, aged 35 years. The deceased was a faithful and devoted foreman in the office of the Newfoundlander newspaper, and is much and deservedly regretted by all who knew him.
May 10, 1865(Death)On the 24th ult., at the St. John's Hospital, Mrs. Elizabeth HOLDEN, the much esteemed matron, of that institution, aged 52 years.
May 17, 1865(Marriage)On the 26th ult., at Great George St. Chapel, Liverpool, by the Rev. E. Mellor, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Martin, of Westminster, William CROSFIELD, Jun., son of William CROSFIELD, Esq., to Fanny Elizabeth, second daughter of Thomas B. JOB., Esq., all of Liverpool.
May 17, 1865(Death)At St. John's, on Saturday morning, after a lingering illness, aged 20 years, Penelope Elizabeth, second daughter of J.C. WITHERS, Esq.
May 24DeathOn Sunday morning last, Mr. John TAPP, aged 45 years.
May 31DeathOn Sunday morning last, after a short illness, Mr. Martin KELLY, aged 64 years, an old and respected inhabitant of this town for over 40 years.
June 14MarriageOn the 1st inst., by the Rev. Father Carfignini, Mr. Patrick FARRELL, to Miss Margaret GORMAN, all of this town.
June 14DeathAt St. John's on the 6th inst., in the 42nd year of his age R.L. MUIR, Esq.
June 21, 1865(Death)At Spaniards Bay, On Saturday last, much and deservedly regretted, in the 62nd year of his age, Mr. John SHEPPERD.
July 12DeathOn Tuesday week, at the advanced age of 80 years, Mrs. Jane BRADBURY, relict of the late Mr. Bishop BRADBURY of this place, an old and respected inhabitant.
July 12DeathOn Saturday last, after a long and painful illness, John, only son of Mr. James LAMPIN, aged 35 years.
July 12DeathOn the 18th June, at Bridge House, Church, Acerington, the infant son of Graham KINLOCH, Esq.
August 02MarriageAt St. John's, in the Wesleyan Church, on (Wednesday) morning at 8 o'clock, a.m., by the Rev. Paul Prestwood, Superintendent Minister of the St. John's Circuit, the Rev. Charles LADNER, Wesleyan Minister, Fogo, to Maria S., eldest daughter of the Hon. John BEMISTER, Colonial Secretary of this Island.
August 02DeathAt Halifax, N.S., on the 14th July, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Phoebe, relict of the late William LANGLEY, Esq., in the 53rd year of her age.
August 16MarriageAt Lamaline, on the 26th July, by the Rev. Mr. Gabriel, Wesleyan Minister, George EVANS, Esq., to Leah, daughter of Mr. Henry KNIGHT of St. John's
August 16DeathOn Sunday evening, the 6th inst., at Island Cove, Joseph, son of Mr. Thomas DROVER of that place.
August 23DeathAt North River, parish of Brigus, Conception Bay, on the 8th inst., Mr. James RAFTER, aged 85 years, a native of the county Kilkenny, Ireland, and a resident of Conception Bay for the last 57 years.
September 06DeathOn Saturday last, of consumption, at the residence of his grandfather, in this town, Henry, oldest son of Mr. John ANDREWS, of Ship Cove, Port-de-Grave, in the 90th year of his age. The deceased was universally regretted and esteemed by a large circle of relatives and friends for his many amiable qualities. His end was peace
September 06DeathOn Wednesday night last, at the residence of her grandfather, Mr. T. GODDEN, Hannah, infant daughter of Capt. Josiah PARSONS, aged 13 months.
September 13, 1865(Marriage)At. St. Thomas Church., St. John's on the 31st ult., by the Rev. T.M. Wood, Mr. Andrew J. LAMEY, of Fifeshire, Scotland, to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of the late Captain DENCH, of Devon England
September 20, 1865(Death)On Monday last, at Carbonear, after a long illness borne with truly Christian resignation to the Divine Will, in the 64th year of his age, Mr. George JOYCE, a native of that place. The deceased was much respected by a large portion of friends and acquaintances for his many Christian virtues, and the Wesleyan body have to mourn the loss of a kind and beloved brother, who at all times was foremost in the support of the Wesleyan religion and the poor of Carbonear a friend indeed.
October 11, 1865(Marriage)At St. Paul's Church, on Wednesday morning, September 27th, by the Rev. B. Jones, Mr. Homer JOSLYN, of New York to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Capt Charles WALKER of that place.
October 11DeathOf your charity pray for the soul of Mrs. Mary DILLON, wife of Walter DILLON, Esq., and daughter of John V. NUGENT, Esq., High Sheriff of Newfoundland, who died in this city aged 41 years, on Monday, the 18th inst., after a long and painful illness, borne, we can truly say, with Christian fortitude. Few were endowed with more winning graces, more rare accomplishments, than she whose death is mourned by a large circle of friends and relatives; few were more singularly gifted, more formed to shine in social circle, and few have undergone greater trials, or struggled more bravely against them, than the lamented subject of this brief notice. Now that the grave has closed above her - a foreign grave far from home and kindred, many who knew her in her brighter days will drop a tear to her memory on reading these lines. - Requiescat in peace. - New York Tablet, 23rd Sept.
October 18MarriageAt St. Paul's Church, on yesterday afternoon, by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Mr. Charles LEWIS, branch pilot of St. John's, to Emily, eldest daughter of Mr. John SPENCE, of this town.
October 18DeathOn the 8th of this month, in the Presentation Convent of St. John's, Mrs. Belinda FURLONG, (in Religion, Mother Mary Joseph Xavier) at the advanced age of 85. She was a native of the county of Clare but joined the Presentation Order in the convent of Galway. In 1833 she arrived in St. John's and at once gave herself heart and soul to the instruction of the young and old. Though her general occupation was the teaching of the rising generation, still she was always at the service of the old and afflicted, who found in her an adviser and consoler in their cares and their sorrows. In 1853 she left St. John's as Superioress to found the Convent at Harbor Main, thus making a second sacrifice for the good of the people of that locality. Her life in her new mission was the same as in St. John's, and when obliged by age and infirmity to return to her ancient Convent she was to the last week of her life most anxious to be sent again, if possible, to establish another foundation. She was interred (after the Office and High Mass) in the Conventual Cemetary. Her funeral was attended by the Bishop and Clergy, the Religious of the Order of Mercy, the Orphans and School-children, and an immense concourse of people.
November 01DeathOn Thursday last, Martha, only daughter of Mr. James GODDEN, aged 4 months.
November 01DeathAt Fogo, on the 22nd inst., on her way to the Rev. James Brown, Tilton harbor, Isabella GRUBERT, in the 41st year of her age. She was universally esteemed and respected, and leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her sad loss.
November 08DeathAt St. John's, on Tuesday, Oct 31st, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian fortitude and resignation to the Divine Will, Mr. Patrick JORDAN, tailor, a native of the county Wexford, Ireland, aged 66 years.
November 08DeathAt same place, on Tuesday, Oct 31st, in the 50th year of his age, Captain George HART, of the barque Meteor. The lamented deceased had been for many years engaged in the Newfoundland trade, and earned for himself the character of an indefatigable and first class ship-master.
December 06MarriageOn Thursday last, at the residence of the Bride's father, by the Rev. John Walsh, Charles L. KENNEDY, to Frances Ellen, daughter of Mr. Patrick KELLY of this town.
December 06MarriageAt Carbonear, on Thursday last, by the Rev. J.S. Allen, at the Wesleyan chapel, James Robert MOSS, master mariner to Emily Anna, second daughter of Richard BRANSFIELD, master mariner of that town
December 13MarriageAt Carbonear, on Thursday last, by the Rev. J. S. Peach, Mr. Lorenzo TAYLOR, to Triphena, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John PIKE, of Carbonear.
December 13MarriageAt St. John's, on Monday evening last, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. J. Vereker, Mr. Denis F, eldest son of Redmond BRINE, butcher, to Miss Margaret Caroline, eldest daughter of the late Capt. SILVEY.
December 13MarriageAt Brigus on Sunday, the 3rd current, by the Rev. W. E. Shenstone, Mr. Stephen PERCY, to Charlotte, relict of the late Mr. Josiah PERCY, all of Brigus.
December 13MarriageAt the same place, on Thursday, the 7th current, by the Rev. Thomas Taylor, Mr. William DAWE, of Port-de-Grave, to Mary Susanna, daughter of Mr Isaac ANTLE, of Brigus.
December 13MarriageAt same place and time, by the Rev. W.E. Shenstone, Mr. John BARNES, to Victoria, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John ANTLE, all of Brigus.
December 13DeathOn Monday last, after a lingering illness, perfectly resigned to the Divine Will, Mr. William MARTIN, teacher aged 56 years, much and deservedly regretted. His funeral will take place on to-morrow at three o'clock, when his friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.
December 20MarriageAt St. John's, on the 14th inst., by the Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, assisted by the Rev Mr. Vereker, at the residence of the bride's father Marie Louise, second daughter of J.C. TOUSSAINT, Esq., Vice-Consul of France, to Sr. Don HIPOLITO de Uriarte, Consul of Spain
December 29DeathOn board brig Saxon, Dec 2, on his passage from New York to this port, William, second son of Mr. Robert WALSH, of Harbor Grace, aged 23 years.
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January 03MarriageAt St. John's, on Tuesday, 19th inst., at the Congregational Church, by the Rev. John Mazek, James Cartier TESSIER, Esq., of London, to Annie Jackman, eldest daughter of George LANGMEAD, Esq., Dartmouth, England.
January 03MarriageAt St. Luke's Church, Port-de-Grave, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. J.C. Harvey, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Shears, Mr. William ANDREWS, to Miss Sarah Jane COLLIER, niece of J.M. Maddock, Esq., J.P.
January 03DeathOn the 22nd December, at Hearts Content, after a lingering illness, borne with truly Christian resignation to the Divine will, Charlotte, the beloved wife of Mr. John RYALL, aged 63 years.
January 03DeathAt Carbonear on the 1st inst., after a short illness, Laurence GREEN, aged 62 years, leaving a wife and numerous family to mourn his loss.
January 10MarriageAt the Cathedral, St. John's, on the 28th Dec., by the Ven. Archdeacon Kelly, assisted by the Rev. GM.N. Johnson, Charles BOWRING, Esq., (of the firm of Bowring Bros) to Laura Anne, second daughter of J.H. WARREN, Esq. M.H.A., Surveyor General
January 17MarriageAt Brigus, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. R.H. Taylor, Mr. Alexander CLIFT of this town, to Mrs. Susannah WHELAN, of the former place.
January 24DeathAt St. John's, on Sunday week, after a lingering illness borne with christian fortitude, Frances, eldest daughter of the late James BERNARD, and relict of the late of William DAW, of Port de Grave
January 31MarriageOn Tuesday evening, 23rd inst., by the Rev. John Walsh, Thomas J., eldest son of Mr. Timothy MITCHELL, of St. John's to Elizabeth Caroline, youngest daughter of Mr. Michael MURPHY, of this town.
January 31MarriageAt St. John's, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. J. Vereker, Mr. Patrick O'CONNOR, to Martha third daughter of Mr. Robert GEAR, of that town.
January 31MarriageAt same place, on Saturday evening, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Paul Prestwood, Stephen MARCH, Esq., M.H.A., to Martha, third daughter of James PITTS, Esq.
January 31DeathAt Harbor Main, on Monday last, Mr. Patrick STRAPP, an old and respected inhabitant of that place.
January 31DeathDrowned, from on board the schooner, Lucy Ann, (bound for Baltimore) of Liverpool, N.S., on Wednesday, 10th January, while endeavoring to save himself, Christopher, eldest son of John and Charlotte PENNY, of Carbonear, in the 22nd year of his age, beloved and regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
February 12DeathAt Bombay, after a short illness, John Carrigan KENT, second son of James KENT, Esq., of this city, in the 26th year of his age. Mr. John C. KENT's illness and death was the result of an accident on board the British India Steam Navigation Company's ship, Cashmere Mr. KENT was second officer, beloved by his brother officers, and valued and esteemed by his employers. He had been over 7 years at sea, chiefly in the Indian and Chinese seas. He was ardently devoted to his profession; and was rapidly rising in it. His family, and a large circle of friends in Waterford mourn his early death.
February 14, 1866(Death)At. St. John's on the 5th inst., after a protracted illness, Mr. John FORD, a native of Devonshire, England, aged 72 years.
February 28MarriageOn the 18th inst., at St. Matthew's Church, Quebec by the Rev. H. Roc Mr. George BROWN to Marie Antoinette, only daughter of the late Henry BUTERIS, Esq., Notary, all of St. John's, Newfoundland.
February 28DeathOn Sunday, the 18th inst., in the 7th year of his age, John, son of Mr. George GORDON.
February 28DeathOn Monday last, at Spaniard's Bay, after a lingering illness, Mr. William BROWN, aged about 68 years.
February 28DeathAt St. John's on Thursday last, after a short illness Mr. George Davis GARLAND, a native of this town, aged 62 years.
February 28DeathOn 12th Jan., at his residence, Mount Pleasant, N.S., Mr. Ebenezer E. HENDERSON, aged 47 years.
February 28DeathOn the 29th Jan., at Camberweil Grove, London, Henry SIMMS, Esq., late of Hamburg, in his 78th year.
February 28DeathAt Ship Harbour, on Sunday the 11th inst., after a long and painful illness, Mr. Edward DAY, aged 69, for upwards of 40 years an old and respectable inhabitant of that place He leaves a wife and family to mourn the loss of a kind husband and father.
February 28DeathAt St. John's, February 25, after along and painful illness, borne with patience and Christian resignation to the Divine will, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends, Mr. Richard WILLS Sr., aged 67 years, only son of the late Capt. Richard WILLS, of Kingskerswell Devon, England, leaving a large family to deplore their sad loss. His end was peace.
April 04DeathAt his residence, Brucedale, in Queenstown, of fever, John Burera Skinner, last surviving son of J. HUTCHINGS, Lieut.-Col., Madras Retired List.
April 18DeathAt Catalina, on the 28th ult., Mr. Bryan KAVANAGH, aged 72 years; for the past 30 years a respectable inhabitant of that place. He was a native of Ross, County Wexford, Ireland.
May 2, 1866 Marriage At St. Pauls Church on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Meek, Mr. James WALSH, to Mary Ann Radford, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Phelp WILLS, of St. John's
May 16, 1866 Death On Thursday, after a lingering illness, James Edward, eldest surviving son of J.C. WITHERS, Esq., aged 25 years.
May 23, 1866 Marriage On the 29th March, by the Rev. James Dove, Mr. Simeon H. PARSONS, to Isabella, third daughter of Mr. Thomas ROBBINS of Bonavista.
May 30, 1866 Death At Bay Roberts, on the 19th after a long illness, Mr. William JONES, aged 34 years.
May 30, 1866 Death On the 20th, after a short illness, George, second of Mr. Nathaniel MERCER, aged 19 years.
May 30, 1866 Death On the 21st after a lingering illness, Joanna, wife of Mr. Henry RUSSELL, aged 69 years, an old and very respected inhabitant.
May 30, 1866 Death At St. John's, on Monday the 22nd instant, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with truly Christian resignation, Margaret, daughter of Mrs. COLLINS, and relict of the late Capt. Edward BURKE.
June 6, 1866(Death)At Carbonear, on the 1st June, after a painful illness, aged 60 years, Mrs. Mary CASEY. The deceased was Post Mistress in Carbonear for a number of years, and was much respected by all who knew her.
June 13, 1866 (Marriage) On Tuesday the 6th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Right Revd. Dr. Dalton, assisted by the Revd. John Vereker, Robert J. KENT, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Ellen, eldest daughter of John DONNELLY, Esq., of this town.
June 27, 1866 (Death) At Bay Roberts, on Monday, the 25th inst., Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Isaac RUSSEL, at the advanced age of 95 years. Her end was peace.
June 27, 1866 (Death) At St. John's on the 19th inst., after a long and painful illness, which she borne with truly Christian resignation, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. John HUDSON, aged 62 years, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to mourn the loss of a truly good neighbor and friend
July 18, 1866 (Death) Here on the 13th inst., after a brief illness of a few hours, Annie Bertha, eldest surviving and dearly beloved child of Mr. George MAKINSON, aged 2 years and 11 days "One joy less on earth; in Heaven one more"
July 18, 1866 (Death) At Morell, St. Peter's, Prince Edward Island, on the 26th June after a long illness, John B. COX, Esq., merchant of that place, in the 62nd year of his age. The deceased was a native of St. John's Nfld., where he has many relatives.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) At St. Matthews' Church, Bay Roberts, by the Rev. M. Blackmore, Mr. Edward CALDWELL, of St. John's, to Louise Anne, fourth daughter of Mr. Charles CALPIN, of the former place.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) On the 12th ult., at St. Paul's Church, Islington, by the Rev. W.B. Mackenzie, B.A., Augustus O. HAYWARD, Esq., Barrister, of St. John's, Newfoundland, to Sarah Grace, only daughter of Thomas ROWE, Esq., Merchant, of 8 Finch Lane and Cannonbury Place, and niece of the Hon. Chief Justice of Newfoundland. -No cards.-London Times July 16th.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) At Sydney, C.B., on the 23rd July, by the Rev. Mr. Uniacke, F.F. CARMAN, Esq., Druggist, to Isabella, daughter of the late Daniel P. MURRETT, Esq., of H.M. Customs, Newfoundland.
August 15, 1866 (Death) On Saturday last, after a lengthened illness, much and deservedly regretted, Mr. Emmanuel STOWE, aged 77 years. His funeral will take place today (Wednesday) at 3 o'clock, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
August 15, 1866 (Death) At Bear's cove, on Wednesday, 8th instant, William Henry, second son of Mr. Edmund PARSONS, aged 14 year. "Nipt by the winds unkindly blast, Parch'd by the sun's direct ray The momentary glories waste, The short lived beauties die away"
August 15, 1866 (Death) At St. John's, on Monday morning the 6th inst., Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Captain Henry ANDREWS, and relict of the late Mr. Robert PERCY, aged 29 years.
August 22, 1866 (Death) On Sunday morning last, William Bartlett, infant son of Mr. Joseph SIMMS.
August 22, 1866 (Death) At Spaniards Bay, after a long illness, aged 44 years, Mr. J. GOSS, leaving a wife and six children to mourn his loss.
August 29, 1866 (Death) At his residence in St. John's, after a brief illness on the 7th inst., Mr.Patrick TARAHAN, a native of Fairfield, Waterford, aged 84 years, 61 of which he spent in Newfoundland, where he was universally esteemed by all classes of society, for his unflinching integrity and gentle disposition R.I.P.
September 19, 1866(Marriage)On Monday, the 3rd instant, by the Rev. D. Macrae, Mr. Alfred S. BRACE to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry LILLY, all of this town.
September 26, 1866 Marriage On last evening, at the residence of the brides father, by the Right Rev. Dr. Dalton, assisted by Rev. John Walsh, W.J.S. DONNELLY, Esq., Merchant, to Margaret M., second daughter of Patrick DEVEREUX, Esq., all of this town.
September 26, 1866 Death Suddenly of apoplexy at Knereshorough, England, on the 30th of August, while absent from Ripon, his place of residence, Henry CRANFORD, Esq., son-in-law of the late Mr. Wm FREEMAN, aged 57 years, leaving a wife and three children to mourn his inseparable loss.
September 26, 1866 Death At Placentia, on Saturday evening, 8th inst., after a short illness, Emily Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr. James E. CROUCHER of that place.
September 26, 1866 Death At her residence, Beverly Paget, Bermuda, on Wednesday, the 15th August, in her 83rd year, after along and tedious illness, perfectly resigned to the Divine Will, Susan relict to the late Henry HARVEY, Esq.
October 3, 1866 Marriage On Sunday evening last, at the bride's residence, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. J.S. MORRIS, of Cumberland, N.S., to Miss Catherine HOWLETT, second daughter of the late Mr. William HOWLETT.
November 14, 1866 Marriage At Toronto, Canada West, on the 25th October, by the Rev. Mr. Young, Mr. Richard CLAYTON, of England, to Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Mr. Samuel LOVEYS, of St. John's, Newfoundland.
December 5, 1866 Death At Island Cove, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mr. Joseph DROVER, snr., an old and respected inhabitant of that place. The deceased carried on business in Island Cove for a number of years, and by his integrity earned for himself the appellation of an honest and upright man.
December 5, 1866 Death At Brigus, on the 29th ult., in the 62nd year of his age, John LAMPTON, Esq. The deceased gentleman carried on business in Brigus for a long period, where he was held by all classes in the highest esteem, for his strict integrity of character and amiable disposition. He represented the district of Port-de-Grave for several years with credit to himself and benefit to the district. His funeral took place on Friday last and was numerously and most respectably attended.
December 13, 1866(Marriage)On Saturday evening 1st instant, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. Maurice MURPHY to Miss Frances BRITT, all of this town.
December 19, 1866(Death)On the 7th instant, after a short illness, much and deservedly regretted, Mr. William INNOTT, aged 56 years.
April 18, 1866 (Death) At Catalina, on the 28th ult., Mr. Bryan KAVANAGH, aged 72 years; for the past 30 years a respectable inhabitant of that place. He was a native of Ross, County Wexford, Ireland.
April 4, 1866 (Death) At his residence, Brucedale, in Queenstown, of fever, John Burera Skinner, last surviving son of J. HUTCHINGS, Lieut.-Col., Madras Retired List.
February 28, 1866 (Marriage) On the 18th inst., at St. Matthew's Church, Quebec by the Rev. H. Roc Mr. George BROWN to Marie Antoinette, only daughter of the late Henry BUTERIS, Esq., Notary, all of St. John's, Newfoundland.
February 28, 1866 (Death) On Sunday, the 18th inst., in the 7th year of his age, John, son of Mr. George GORDON.
February 28, 1866 (Death) On Monday last, at Spaniard's Bay, after a lingering illness, Mr. William BROWN, aged about 68 years.
February 28, 1866 (Death) At St. John's on Thursday last, after a short illness Mr. George Davis GARLAND, a native of this town, aged 62 years.
February 28, 1866 (Death) On 12th Jan., at his residence, Mount Pleasant, N.S., Mr. Ebenezer E. HENDERSON, aged 47 years.
February 28, 1866 (Death) On the 29th Jan., at Camberweil Grove, London, Henry SIMMS, Esq., late of Hamburg, in his 78th year.
February 28, 1866 (Death) At Ship Harbour, on Sunday the 11th inst., after a long and painful illness, Mr. Edward DAY, aged 69, for upwards of 40 years an old and respectable inhabitant of that place He leaves a wife and family to mourn the loss of a kind husband and father.
February 28, 1866 (Death) At St. John's, February 25, after along and painful illness, borne with patience and Christian resignation to the Divine will, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends, Mr. Richard WILLS Sr., aged 67 years, only son of the late Capt. Richard WILLS, of Kingskerswell Devon, England, leaving a large family to deplore their sad loss. His end was peace.
February 12, 1866 (Death) At Bombay, after a short illness, John Carrigan KENT, second son of James KENT, Esq., of this city, in the 26th year of his age. Mr. John C. KENT's illness and death was the result of an accident on board the British India Steam Navigation Company's ship, Cashmere Mr. KENT was second officer, beloved by his brother officers, and valued and esteemed by his employers. He had been over 7 years at sea, chiefly in the Indian and Chinese seas. He was ardently devoted to his profession; and was rapidly rising in it. His family, and a large circle of friends in Waterford mourn his early death.
January 31, 1866 (Marriage) On Tuesday evening, 23rd inst., by the Rev. John Walsh, Thomas J., eldest son of Mr. Timothy MITCHELL, of St. John's to Elizabeth Caroline, youngest daughter of Mr. Michael MURPHY, of this town.
January 31, 1866 (Marriage) At St. John's, on Saturday evening last, by the Rev. J. Vereker, Mr. Patrick O'CONNOR, to Martha third daughter of Mr. Robert GEAR, of that town.


At same place, on Saturday evening, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Paul Prestwood, Stephen MARCH, Esq., M.H.A., to Martha, third daughter of James PITTS, Esq.
January 31, 1866 (Death) At Harbor Main, on Monday last, Mr. Patrick STRAPP, an old and respected inhabitant of that place.
January 31, 1866 (Death) Drowned, from on board the schooner, Lucy Ann, (bound for Baltimore) of Liverpool, N.S., on Wednesday, 10th January, while endeavoring to save himself, Christopher, eldest son of John and Charlotte PENNY, of Carbonear, in the 22nd year of his age, beloved and regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
January 24, 1866 (Death) At St. John's, on Sunday week, after a lingering illness borne with christian fortitude, Frances, eldest daughter of the late James BERNARD, and relict of the late of William DAW, of Port de Grave.
January 17, 1866 (Marriage) At Brigus, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. R.H. Taylor, Mr. Alexander CLIFT of this town, to Mrs. Susannah WHELAN, of the former place.
January 10, 1866 (Marriage) At the Cathedral, St. John's, on the 28th Dec., by the Ven. Archdeacon Kelly, assisted by the Rev. GM.N. Johnson, Charles BOWRING, Esq., (of the firm of Bowring Bros) to Laura Anne, second daughter of J.H. WARREN, Esq. M.H.A., Surveyor General
January 3, 1866 (Marriage) At St. John's, on Tuesday, 19th inst., at the Congregational Church, by the Rev. John Mazek, James Cartier TESSIER, Esq., of London, to Annie Jackman, eldest daughter of George LANGMEAD, Esq., Dartmouth, England.
January 3, 1866 (Marriage) At St. Luke's Church, Port-de-Grave, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. J.C. Harvey, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Shears, Mr. William ANDREWS, to Miss Sarah Jane COLLIER, niece of J.M. Maddock, Esq., J.P.
January 3, 1866 (Death) On the 22nd December, at Hearts Content, after a lingering illness, borne with truly Christian resignation to the Divine will, Charlotte, the beloved wife of Mr. John RYALL, aged 63 years.
January 3, 1866 (Death) At Carbonear on the 1st inst., after a short illness, Laurence GREEN, aged 62 years, leaving a wife and numerous family to mourn his loss.
August 29, 1866 (Death) At his residence in St. John's, after a brief illness on the 7th inst., Mr.Patrick TARAHAN, a native of Fairfield, Waterford, aged 84 years, 61 of which he spent in Newfoundland, where he was universally esteemed by all classes of society, for his unflinching integrity and gentle disposition R.I.P.
August 22, 1866 (Death) On Sunday morning last, William Bartlett, infant son of Mr. Joseph SIMMS.
August 22, 1866 (Death) At Spaniards Bay, after a long illness, aged 44 years, Mr. J. GOSS, leaving a wife and six children to mourn his loss.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) At St. Matthews' Church, Bay Roberts, by the Rev. M. Blackmore, Mr. Edward CALDWELL, of St. John's, to Louise Anne, fourth daughter of Mr. Charles CALPIN, of the former place.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) On the 12th ult., at St. Paul's Church, Islington, by the Rev. W.B. Mackenzie, B.A., Augustus O. HAYWARD, Esq., Barrister, of St. John's, Newfoundland, to Sarah Grace, only daughter of Thomas ROWE,Esq., Merchant, of 8 Finch Lane and Cannonbury Place, and niece of the Hon. Chief Justice of Newfoundland. -No cards.-London Times July 16th.
August 15, 1866 (Marriage) At Sydney, C.B., on the 23rd July, by the Rev. Mr. Uniacke, F.F. CARMAN, Esq., Druggist, to Isabella, daughter of the late Daniel P. MURRETT, Esq., of H.M. Customs, Newfoundland.
August 15, 1866 (Death) On Saturday last, after a lengthened illness, much and deservedly regretted, Mr. Emmanuel STOWE, aged 77 years. His funeral will take place today (Wednesday) at 3 o'clock, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
August 15, 1866 (Death) At Bear's cove, on Wednesday, 8th instant, William Henry, second son of Mr. Edmund PARSONS, aged 14 year. "Nipt by the winds unkindly blast, / Parch'd by the sun's direct ray / The momentary glories waste, / The short lived beauties die away"
August 15, 1866 (Death) At St. John's, on Monday morning the 6th inst., Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Captain Henry ANDREWS, and relict of the late Mr. Robert PERCY, aged 29 years.
July 18, 1866 (Death) Here on the 13th inst., after a brief illness of a few hours, Annie Bertha, eldest surviving and dearly beloved child of Mr. George MAKINSON, aged 2 years and 11 days One joy less on earth; in Heaven one more
July 18, 1866 (Death) At Morell, St. Peter's, Prince Edward Island, on the 26th June after a long illness, John B. COX, Esq., merchant of that place, in the 62nd year of his age. The deceased was a native of St. John's Nfld., where he has many relatives.
June 27, 1866 (Death) At Bay Roberts, on Monday, the 25th inst., Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Isaac RUSSEL, at the advanced age of 95 years. Her end was peace.
June 27, 1866 (Death) At St. John's on the 19th inst., after a long and painful illness, which she borne with truly Christian resignation, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. John HUDSON, aged 62 years, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to mourn the loss of a truly good neighbor and friend
June 13, 1866 (Marriage) On Tuesday the 6th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Right Revd. Dr. Dalton, assisted by the Revd. John Vereker, Robert J. KENT, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to Ellen, eldest daughter of John DONNELLY, Esq., of this town.
May 30, 1866 (Death) At Bay Roberts, on the 19th after a long illness, Mr. William JONES, aged 34 years.
May 30, 1866 (Death) On the 20th, after a short illness, George, second of Mr. Nathaniel MERCER, aged 19 years.
May 30, 1866 (Death) On the 21st after a lingering illness, Joanna, wife of Mr. Henry RUSSELL, aged 69 years, an old and very respected inhabitant.
May 30, 1866 (Death) At St. John's, on Monday the 22nd instant, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with truly Christian resignation, Margaret, daughter of Mrs. COLLINS, and relict of the late Capt. Edward BURKE.
May 23, 1866 (Marriage) On the 29th March, by the Rev. James Dove, Mr. Simeon H. PARSONS, to Isabella, third daughter of Mr. Thomas ROBBINS of Bonavista.
May 16, 1866 (Death) On Thursday, after a lingering illness, James Edward, eldest surviving son of J.C. WITHERS, Esq., aged 25 years.
May 2, 1866 (Marriage) At St. Pauls Church on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Meek, Mr. JamesWALSH, to Mary Ann Radford, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Phelp WILLS, of St. John's
September 26, 1866 (Marriage) On last evening, at the residence of the brides father, by the Right Rev. Dr. Dalton, assisted by Rev. John Walsh, W.J.S. DONNELLY, Esq., Merchant, to Margaret M., second daughter of Patrick DEVEREUX, Esq., all of this town.
September 26, 1866 (Death) Suddenly of apoplexy at Knereshorough, England, on the 30th of August, while absent from Ripon, his place of residence, Henry CRANFORD, Esq., son-in-law of the late Mr. Wm FREEMAN, aged 57 years, leaving a wife and three children to mourn his inseparable loss.
September 26, 1866 (Death) At Placentia, on Saturday evening, 8th inst., after a short illness, Emily Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr. James E. CROUCHER of that place.
September 26, 1866 (Death) At her residence, Beverly Paget, Bermuda, on Wednesday, the 15th August, in her 83rd year, after along and tedious illness, perfectly resigned to the Divine Will, Susan relict to the late Henry HARVEY, Esq.
October 3, 1866 (Marriage) On Sunday evening last, at the bride's residence, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. J.S. MORRIS, of Cumberland, N.S., to Miss Catherine HOWLETT, second daughter of the late Mr. William HOWLETT.
November 14, 1866 (Marriage) At Toronto, Canada West, on the 25th October, by the Rev. Mr. Young, Mr. Richard CLAYTON, of England, to Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Mr. Samuel LOVEYS, of St. John's, Newfoundland.
December 5, 1866 (Death) At Island Cove, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mr. Joseph DROVER, snr., an old and respected inhabitant of that place. The deceased carried on business in Island Cove for a number of years, and by his integrity earned for himself the appellation of an honest and upright man.
December 5, 1866 (Death) At Brigus, on the 29th ult., in the 62nd year of his age, John LAMPTON, Esq. The deceased gentleman carried on business in Brigus for a long period, where he was held by all classes in the highest esteem, for his strict integrity of character and amiable disposition. He represented the district of Port-de-Grave for several years with credit to himself and benefit to the district. His funeral took place on Friday last and was numerously and most respectably attended.
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February 6, 1867(Death)At Bonavista, on the 12 current, Mr. Charles SAINT, aged 63 years, leaving a wife and several children to deplore their loss.
February 6, 1867(Death)On the 26 inst., Mr. Peter CARTER, aged 32 years a native of Greenspond. The deceased was much and deservedly respected by all who knew him, having faithfully served Edwin DUDER, Esq., as agent in Fogo, for the past ten years.
February 6, 1867(Death)Suddenly at Burgeo, on Saturday morning last, (Jan 12th) aged 84 years, Isabella Ann, wife of John Benjamin COX, Sr., formerly of St. John's.
February 6, 1867(Death)On the 18th inst., at Sandy Cove, Little Placentia, after a lingering illness, Mary, aged 17 years and 6 months, youngest daughter of Mr. William PHERAN. Her end was peace.
February 13, 1867(Death)On the 7th January, at Brigus, Long-House, Mr. Patrick BRIEN, a native of County Waterford, aged 75 years.
February 20, 1867(Death)At Spaniards Bay on the 13th instant, Mr. William VOKEY, aged 78 years.
February 20, 1867(Death)On the same day Mr. Solomon BUTT, aged 22 years.
February 27, 1867(Death)On Sunday last, after a long illness, aged 79 years, Mr. W. ANDREWS, an old and highly respected inhabitant of this town, sincerely regretted by a large number of relations and friends.
February 27, 1867(Death)On the 10th inst., after a long illness, Mrs. Elizabeth PAYNE, aged 75 years. The deceased was a school teacher in this town for upwards of 36 years and was universally respected.
February 27, 1867(Death)On Sunday last, after a long illness, aged 79 years, Mr. W. ANDREWS, an old and highly respected inhabitant of this town, sincerely regretted by a large number of relations and friends.
March 6, 1867(Death)At Retreat Cottage, on Thursday, the 28th of February, Willie, third son of Lewis Wilkins EMERSON Esq., aged 6 years.
March 13, 1867(Death)On Wednesday last, at Island Cove, after a short illness, the Rev. William F. MEEK, Episcopal Minister, aged 37 years. The deceased was a native of Bonavista and was appointed to the mission of Island Cove some four years since. He was of a most exemplary disposition and was universally respected by his parishioners as a zealous worker in his Master's cause. He earnestly and faithfully pursued the work of a devoted minister and friend to his people. His strength, however, which had been failing for some time past, gave way under the load of toil and exposure which he encountered in the discharge of his sacred duties, rendered all the more arduous by wide-spread poverty, disease, and death. A fever which he had contracted in visiting the sick, after the lapse of a brief week, removed this excellent Clergyman from his scene of earthly labor and usefulness to his eternal rest. We most respectfully beg to sympathise with the bereaved family on the occasion of his lamented disease.
April 3, 1867(Death)On Saturday morning last, much and deservedly regretted, after a short illness, borne with christian fortitude, Amelia, the beloved wife of Mr. J. GARDNER, aged 50 years. "No man plucketh them out of my Father's hand."
March 20, 1867(Death)On Wednesday the 13th inst., of dyptheria, Robert Slade Secord, son of Lewis W. EMERSON, Esq., aged 12 years.
March 20, 1867(Death)On Monday 17th of dyptheria, Mary Ann Quinne, nursemaid in the family of Lewis W. EMERSON, Esq., aged 18 years.
March 20, 1867(Death)At Carbonear, on the 11th inst., after a short illness, Roanna[sic], the beloved wife of Mr. Nicholas THOMAS, South Side, aged 35 years. The deceased leaves a large family to deplore her loss.


On the 11th at same place, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Anne, relict of the late John TAYLOR, Planter, leaving a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn her loss.
March 20, 1867(Death)On the 15th inst., at the same place, after a long illness, Mr. Colman M'CARTHY, an old and respected inhabitant, aged 80 years.
March 20, 1867(Death)At Bay Roberts on the 13th inst., Frances, relict of the late Mr. ELMS, in the 89th year.
April 3, 1867(Death)Her funeral will take place from her late residence, this afternoon, 3 o'clock, when the friends of the family were respectfully invited to attend.
April 3, 1867(Death)At Windsor Cottage, Halifax, N.S. on the 18th Feb., after a short illness, Marianne, only daughter of the late Captain Lawrence GERAN, of St. John's Nfld.
April 3, 1867(Death)At Trepassey on the 26 ult., Margaret, relict of the late James WADDLETON, aged 75 years.
April 3, 1867(Death)In Boston, Feb 28th of malignant erysipelas, Mr. Thomas D. MARKS, aged 35 years. Mr. Marks was engaged form some years on the Boston Traveller and Herald, and his sudden death will be deeply regretted by his numerous friends. The deceased was a native of St. John's Newfoundland. **Sue's note - erysipelas - Contagious skin disease, due to Streptococci with vesiculas and bulbous lesions.
April 3, 1867(Death)On the 11th inst., at Olivers Cove, Placentia Bay, after a long and painful illness borne with christian resignation to the Divine will, John, fourth son of Mr. Thomas SULLIVAN, aged 24 years.
April 3, 1867(Death)On Friday, the 15th inst., at Weston Cottage, Clara Jane, second daughter of Hon. P.G. TESSIER, aged 3 years.
April 3, 1867(Death)At Harbor Main, on Friday the 15th inst., after a long and tedious illness, Mr. James KENNEDY, aged 42 years, a respectable inhabitant of that place.
April 27, 1867 SERIOUS ACCIDENT - London, Canada West. We regret to learn that Charles ELLIS, a young man, son of Mr. Andrew ELLIS, 4th Concession of the Township of London, and brother of Lieutenant George ELLIS of this city, met with a serious accident on Thursday afternoon, while engaged on his father's farm with a team of horses attached to a cultivator. It appears that a shower of rain led him to seek shelter a few yards from his work; he left the horses in harness, believing the shower would cease in a few minutes. He had not left them long, however, before they came restive and started away. Mr. ELLIS, perceiving this, hastened to stop further progress. In attempting to do so he was knocked down and dragged a distance of several hundred yards, one of the teeth of the cultivator entering his abdomen on the right side, causing a fearful gash and severe injury to his intestines. Medical assistance was at once summoned from this city, and Drs. BROWN and NELLIS were soon in attendance. All that medical skill could do was done. We are sorry to hear that faint hopes are entertained of his ultimate recovery.
May 1, 1867(Marriage)On Easter Monday, by the Rev. A. Ross, Mr. Stephen SPENCE, to Susanna, daughter of Mr. Henry TRAPNELL, all of this town.
May 1, 1867(Death)On the 15th April Isabella, aged 14 months, and on the 20th, George, aged 2 years, son and daughter of Mr. Hugh GORDON.
May 1, 1867(Death)On Monday last, after a protracted illness, much and deservedly regretted, Pierce, oldest surviving son of the late P. GRACE Esq., St. John's aged 30 years. His remains will leave this morning by the steamer Lizzie for interment at St. John's.
May 1, 1867(Death)On Wednesday last after a short illness Mr. James FURNISS, aged 45 years.
May 1, 1867(Death)On Sunday evening last, Sarah the beloved daughter of Stephen MARCH Esq.
May 1, 1867(Death)On Wednesday morning, after a lingering illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of James POWER, cooper, aged 75 years.
May 8, 1867(Death)On Saturday night last, after a long and painful illness, borne with humble submission to the Divine will, Louisa, wife of Mr. George Lee WHITING, in her 30th year, leaving three young children to mourn the loss of a fond mother, "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."
May 15, 1867(Death)On Sunday morning last, William G., second son of Mr. William TAPP, aged 15 years.
May 29, 1867(Death)Here on the 28th inst., Margaret Cairns, relict of Robert RUTHERFORD, Parochial Schoolmaster, Eckford, Roxburghshire, Scotland aged 82 years.
June 5, 1867(Marriage)On the 30th April, at the parish Church of Blunham, Bedfordshire, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Bedford, assisted by the Rev. M.F. Sadler, vicar of St. Paul's, Bedford, Edward, Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, to Sophia, daughter of the late Robert BEVAN, Esq., of Rougham Rockery, Suffolk, and widow of the late Jacob G. MOUNTAIN, Principal of St. John's College, Newfoundland, son of the Rev. J.H. Brooke MOUNTAIN, D.D., rector of Blunham, and grandson of the first Lord Bishop of Quebec.
June 5, 1867(Death)Of scarlatina on the 28th ult., William Brown, aged 3 years, 31st ult., Mary Anne, aged 18 years, and on the 1st instant, Charles John, aged 14 years, children of Mr. Robert P. NEWHOOK.
June 5, 1867(Death)On the 31th ult., of disease of the heart, John Augustus, third son of Mr. John CHIPPITT, aged 27 years.
June 5, 1867(Death)On Saturday last much regretted by a large circle of friends, Mr. Charles DAVIS, aged 55 years.
June 12, 1867(Marriage)At Brigus, on the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. W.E. Shenstone, the Rev. Thomas HARRIS, to Caroline, youngest surviving daughter of the late Mr. Nathaniel MUNDEN, of Brigus. - No Cards.
July 10, 1867(Death)On the 24th May last, after a long and protracted illness, which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Patience, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas PARSONS, Otterberry, aged 53 years.
July 3, 1867(Marriage)At Harbor Grace, on the 19th ult., by the Rev. Alexander Ross, Mr. William DUFF, Carbonear (late of Falkirk Scotland)to Miss Mary Ann, youngest daughter of the late James THOMPSON, Esq., Stranraer Scotland.
July 10, 1867(Death)On Friday morning last, after a short but painful illness, Wilfrid, aged 7 years and 7 months, youngest son of Mr. Mark PARSONS.
July 10, 1867(Death)At Burgeo, on the 23rd June last, after a very short illness, Mr. John B. COX, in the 88th year of his age.
August 14, 1867(Death)On Thursday last, Charlotte Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. John STRATHIE, aged 32 years, leaving a large family to mourn her loss.
August 21, 1867(Marriage)On Wednesday last, by the Rev. M. Harvey, Minister of Free St. Andrews Church, Thomas McCONNAN Esq., to Fanny, only daughter of E.L. MOORE Esq., of Her Majesty's Customs.
August 21, 1867(Death)At Bishop's Cove, on the 3rd instant, Thomas GOSSE an old and respected inhabitant in the 83rd year of his age.
September 4, 1867(Death)On Sunday morning last, after a short illness John F., son of Capt. John TUCKER, of this town, in the 15th year of his age. The deceased was an apprentice in the office and was universally respected. His funeral took place on Monday last and was most respectably attended.
September 18, 1867(Death)At St. John's on Wednesday afternoon of short illness, which he bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, David, youngest son of Mr. Edward NORRIS, aged 14 years and 9 months.
October 2, 1867(Death)At Cambridgeport Mass., on the 18th September, Mr. Timothy PHILLIPS, printer, formerly of St. John's in the 32nd year of his life.
October 9, 1867(Marriage)At the residence of the bride's father, St. John's on the 1st instant., by the Rev. John Prince, Mr. Thomas M. CARINS, of Stirlingshire Scotland, to Emiline S., daughter of Capt. Robert KNIGHT.
October 9, 1867(Death)On Monday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. John DAVIS, aged 29 years. His funeral will take place this afternoon when the friends of the family are invited to attend.
October 16, 1867(Death)Suddenly, on Saturday last, Mr. Jonathan MARTIN, an old and much respected inhabitant, aged 73 years.
October 16, 1867(Death)On Tuesday morning last, after a long and painful illness, borne with truly Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mr. John ALCOCK, in the 71st year of his age.
October 30, 1867(Marriage)On the 9th of October, at Crescent Chapel, Everton by the Rev. John Kelly, Mr. Thomas ROBINSON, of 33 St. Domingo-Grove, to Jessie Louisa Davidson, third daughter of G.C. GADEN, Esq., of Newfoundland.
November 6, 1867 Death On Wednesday last, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, much and deservedly respected, Elizabeth Louisa, wife of Mr. James LAMPIN, in the 63rd year of her age.
November 6, 1867 Death On the same day, at Hearts Content, in the 46th year of his age, Mr. Elias WARRAN . The deceased carried on business for a number of years in Hearts Content and was respected and beloved by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and a large family to mourn his loss.
November 6, 1867 Death On the same day, Anna Bertha, infant child of Matthew and Maria MARTIN.
November 27, 1867 Marriage At St. John's, on Monday last, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. Mr. Caswell, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Pi?[faded], George Grant, fourth son of Mr. George WEBBER, to Hannah Louisa, only daughter of Mr. Samuel CARROLL -both of this town.
November 27, 1867 Marriage Yesterday morning, at the Cathedral, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Ward, Thomas CLIFT, Esq., merchant, of this place, to Eliza Lavinia, daughter of Mr. James BAYLY, Esq.., formerly of Her Majesty's Customs - All of this place
November 27, 1867 Death At Carbonear, on the 4th Nov., infant daughter of Richard McCARTHY, Esq.
November 27, 1867 Death At Brigus, on the 18th inst., Heber Charles Laurence, infant son of the Rev. J.S. PHINNEY, aged 20 months.
December 4, 1867 Death Drowned in the Harbor of Bristol on the twenty fourth of October last, aged twenty one years, Mr. Wilson DOW, third son of the late William DOW, Esq., M.D., of this town.
December 11, 1867 Marriage On the 30th ult., at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. John LYNCH, to Eliza, daughter of the late Mr. Edmond PHELAN.
December 11, 1867 Marriage AT St. Paul's Church, on the 5th instant by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Mr. Robert BREMNER, to Emma Francis, second daughter of G.C. GADEN, Esq., Sheriff of the Northern District of Newfoundland.
December 11, 1867 Marriage At St. Luke's Church, Port-de-Grave, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J.C. Harvey, William Robert, son of the late Mr. George ANDREWS, to Patience, second daughter of the late Mr. John DAW, all of Ship Cove, Port-de-Grave.
December 11, 1867 Death At Upper Island Cove, on the 29th November, after a short illness Jane, relict of the late Mr. George CRANE, aged 77 years, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to mourn her irreparable loss.
December 18, 1867(Death)On the 11th instant, Charles Edward, youngest son of Mr. Frederick HEATH, aged 14 months.
December 11, 1867 (Marriage) On the 30th ult., at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. John Walsh, Mr. John LYNCH, to Eliza, daughter of the late Mr. Edmond PHELAN.
December 11, 1867 (Marriage) AT St. Paul's Church, on the 5th instant by the Rev. Bertram Jones, Mr. Robert BREMNER, to Emma Francis, second daughter of G.C. GADEN, Esq., Sheriff of the Northern District of Newfoundland.
December 11, 1867 (Marriage) At St. Luke's Church, Port-de-Grave, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J.C. Harvey, William Robert, son of the late Mr. George ANDREWS, to Patience, second daughter of the late Mr. John DAW, all of Ship Cove, Port-de-Grave.
December 11, 1867 (Death) At Upper Island Cove, on the 29th November, after a short illness Jane, relict of the late Mr. George CRANE, aged 77 years, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to mourn her irreparable loss.
December 4, 1867 (Death) Drowned in the Harbor of Bristol on the twenty fourth of October last, aged twenty one years, Mr. Wilson DOW, third son of the late William DOW, Esq., M.D., of this town.
November 27, 1867 (Marriage) At St. John's, on Monday last, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. Mr. Caswell, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Pi?[faded], George Grant, fourth son of Mr. George WEBBER, to Hannah Louisa, only daughter of Mr. Samuel CARROLL -both of this town.
November 27, 1867 (Marriage) Yesterday morning, at the Cathedral, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Ward, Thomas CLIFT, Esq., merchant, of this place, to Eliza Lavinia, daughter of Mr. James BAYLY, Esq.., formerly of Her Majesty's Customs - All of this place
November 27, 1867 (Death) At Carbonear, on the 4th Nov., infant daughter of Richard McCARTHY, Esq.
November 27, 1867 (Death) At Brigus, on the 18th inst., Heber Charles Laurence, infant son of the Rev. J.S. PHINNEY, aged 20 months.
November 6, 1867 (Death) On Wednesday last, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, much and deservedly respected, Elizabeth Louisa, wife of Mr. James LAMPIN, in the 63rd year of her age.
November 6, 1867 (Death) On the same day, at Hearts Content, in the 46th year of his age, Mr. Elias WARRAN . The deceased carried on business for a number of years in Hearts Content and was respected and beloved by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and a large family to mourn his loss.
November 6, 1867 (Death) On the same day, Anna Bertha, infant child of Matthew and Maria MARTIN.
July 10, 1867 (Death) On the 24th May last, after a long and protracted illness, which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Patience, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas PARSONS, Otterberry, aged 53 years.
July 10, 1867 (Death) On Friday morning last, after a short but painful illness, Wilfrid, aged 7 years and 7 months, youngest son of Mr. Mark PARSONS.
July 10, 1867 (Death) At Burgeo, on the 23rd June last, after a very short illness, Mr. John B. COX, in the 88th year of his age.
June 5, 1867 (Marriage) On the 30th April, at the parish Church of Blunham, Bedfordshire, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Bedford, assisted by the Rev. M.F. Sadler, vicar of St. Paul's, Bedford, Edward, Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, to Sophia, daughter of the late Robert BEVAN, Esq., of Rougham Rockery, Suffolk, and widow of the late Jacob G. MOUNTAIN, Principal of St. John's College, Newfoundland, son of the Rev. J.H. Brooke MOUNTAIN, D.D., rector of Blunham, and grandson of the first Lord Bishop of Quebec.
June 5, 1867 (Death) Of scarlatina on the 28th ult., William Brown, aged 3 years, 31st ult., Mary Anne, aged 18 years, and on the 1st instant, Charles John, aged 14 years, children of Mr. Robert P. NEWHOOK.
June 5, 1867 (Death) On the 31th ult., of disease of the heart, John Augustus, third son of Mr. John CHIPPITT, aged 27 years.
June 5, 1867 (Death) On Saturday last much regretted by a large circle of friends, Mr. Charles DAVIS, aged 55 years.
June 12, 1867 (Marriage)At Brigus, on the 10th inst., at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. W.E. Shenstone, the Rev. Thomas HARRIS, to Caroline, youngest surviving daughter of the late Mr. Nathaniel MUNDEN, of Brigus. - No Cards.
May 8, 1867 (Death) On Saturday night last, after a long and painful illness, borne with humble submission to the Divine will, Louisa, wife of Mr. George Lee WHITING, in her 30th year, leaving three young children to mourn the loss of a fond mother, "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."
May 1, 1867 (Marriage) On Easter Monday, by the Rev. A. Ross, Mr. Stephen SPENCE, to Susanna, daughter of Mr. Henry TRAPNELL, all of this town.
May 1, 1867 (Death) On the 15th April Isabella, aged 14 months, and on the 20th, George, aged 2 years, son and daughter of Mr. Hugh GORDON.
May 1, 1867 (Death) On Monday last, after a protracted illness, much and deservedly regretted, Pierce, oldest surviving son of the late P. GRACE Esq., St. John's aged 30 years. His remains will leave this morning by the steamer Lizzie for interment at St. John's.
May 1, 1867 (Death) On Wednesday last after a short illness Mr. James FURNISS, aged 45 years.
May 1, 1867 (Death) On Sunday evening last, Sarah the beloved daughter of Stephen MARCH Esq.
May 1, 1867 (Death) On Wednesday morning, after a lingering illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of James POWER, cooper, aged 75 years.
April 3, 1867 (Death) On Saturday morning last, much and deservedly regretted, after a short illness, borne with christian fortitude, Amelia, the beloved wife of Mr. J. GARDNER, aged 50 years. No man plucketh them out of my Father's hand.
April 3, 1867 (Death) Her funeral will take place from her late residence, this afternoon, 3 o'clock, when the friends of the family were respectfully invited to attend.
April 3, 1867 (Death) At Windsor Cottage, Halifax, N.S. on the 18th Feb., after a short illness, Marianne, only daughter of the late Captain Lawrence GERAN, of St. John's Nfld.
April 3, 1867 (Death) At Trepassey on the 26 ult., Margaret, relict of the late James WADDLETON, aged 75 years.
April 3, 1867 (Death) In Boston, Feb 28th of malignant erysipelas, Mr. Thomas D. MARKS, aged 35 years. Mr. Marks was engaged form some years on the Boston Traveller and Herald, and his sudden death will be deeply regretted by his numerous friends. The deceased was a native of St. John's Newfoundland. **Sue's note - erysipelas - Contagious skin disease, due to Streptococci with vesiculas and bulbous lesions.
April 3, 1867 (Death) On the 11th inst., at Olivers Cove, Placentia Bay, after a long and painful illness borne with christian resignation to the Divine will, John, fourth son of Mr. Thomas SULLIVAN, aged 24 years.
April 3, 1867 (Death) On Friday, the 15th inst., at Weston Cottage, Clara Jane, second daughter of Hon. P.G. TESSIER, aged 3 years.
April 3, 1867 (Death) At Harbor Main, on Friday the 15th inst., after a long and tedious illness, Mr. James KENNEDY, aged 42 years, a respectable inhabitant of that place.
March 20, 1867 (Death) On Wednesday the 13th inst., of dyptheria, Robert Slade Secord, son of Lewis W. EMERSON, Esq., aged 12 years.
March 20, 1867 (Death) On Monday 17th of dyptheria, Mary Ann Quinne, nursemaid in the family of Lewis W. EMERSON, Esq., aged 18 years.
March 20, 1867 (Death) At Carbonear, on the 11th inst., after a short illness, Roanna[sic], the beloved wife of Mr. Nicholas THOMAS, South Side, aged 35 years. The deceased leaves a large family to deplore her loss.
March 20, 1867 (Death) On the 11th at same place, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Anne, relict of the late John TAYLOR, Planter, leaving a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn her loss.
March 20, 1867 (Death) On the 15th inst., at the same place, after a long illness, Mr. Colman M'CARTHY, an old and respected inhabitant, aged 80 years.
March 20, 1867 (Death) At Bay Roberts on the 13th inst., Frances, relict of the late Mr. ELMS, in the 89th year.
March 13, 1867 (Death) On Wednesday last, at Island Cove, after a short illness, the Rev. William F. MEEK, Episcopal Minister, aged 37 years. The deceased was a native of Bonavista and was appointed to the mission of Island Cove some four years since. He was of a most exemplary disposition and was universally respected by his parishioners as a zealous worker in his Master's cause. He earnestly and faithfully pursued the work of a devoted minister and friend to his people. His strength, however, which had been failing for some time past, gave way under the load of toil and exposure which he encountered in the discharge of his sacred duties, rendered all the more arduous by wide-spread poverty, disease, and death. A fever which he had contracted in visiting the sick, after the lapse of a brief week, removed this excellent Clergyman from his scene of earthly labor and usefulness to his eternal rest. We most respectfully beg to sympathise with the bereaved family on the occasion of his lamented disease.
February 20, 1867 (Death) At Spaniards Bay on the 13th instant, Mr. William VOKEY, aged 78 years.
February 20, 1867 (Death) On the same day Mr. Solomon BUTT, aged 22 years.
February 6, 1867 (Death) At Bonavista, on the 12 current, Mr. Charles SAINT, aged 63 years, leaving a wife and several children to deplore their loss.
February 6, 1867 (Death) On the 26 inst., Mr. Peter CARTER, aged 32 years a native of Greenspond. The deceased was much and deservedly respected by all who knew him, having faithfully served Edwin DUDER, Esq., as agent in Fogo, for the past ten years.
February 6, 1867 (Death) Suddenly at Burgeo, on Saturday morning last, (Jan 12th) aged 84 years, Isabella Ann, wife of John Benjamin COX, Sr., formerly of St. John's.
February 6, 1867 (Death) On the 18th inst., at Sandy Cove, Little Placentia, after a lingering illness, Mary, aged 17 years and 6 months, youngest daughter of Mr. William PHERAN. Her end was peace.
January 24, 1867 (Marriage) On the 15th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. E. O'Keefe, Mr. James DELANEY, of Bay Roberts, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr. Richard HENNEBURY, of Bareneed.
January 24, 1867 (Death) On the 14th instant, after a long illness, Jane SNOW aged 68 years.
January 24, 1867 (Death) At St. John's, on the 20th instant, after a short illness, deservedly regretted by all who were acquainted with her Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Thomas HAW, aged 16 years.
January 16, 1867 (Marriage) At Carbonear, on the 3rd inst., at the residence of Messrs. J. & R. Maddock, by the Rev. J.S. Peach, W.M., Captain Thomas PIKE, to Miss Julia GUY, both of Carbonear.
January 16, 1867 (Death) At Carbonear, on the 3rd instant, after a long illness, in the 78th year of her age, Christina, relict of the late James FORWARD. The deceased was an old and respected inhabitant, and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her loss.
January 16, 1867 (Death) At the same place, on the 12th inst., Mr. Edward GOFF, aged 70 years, an old and respected inhabitant, having resided there for a period of 40 years.
January 9, 1867 (Death) At Carbonear 7th instant, James, son of John and Margaret McCARTHY, aged 4 years.
January 9, 1867 (Death) At St. John's, on Saturday last, after a lingering illness, aged 27 years, Susanna, eldest daughter of Mr. J.C. WINTERS, Proprietor of the Royal Gazette.
January 9, 1867 (Death) On Christmas Day, of Scarlatina, Catherine Mary, aged 8 years and 6 months. Also, on the 26th, Bryan Francis Xavier, aged 2 years and 6 months, children of Mr. Thomas McGRATH, Carriage Maker.
January 9, 1867 (Death) At Cats Cove on Saturday the 23rd ult., after a lingering illness, much and deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, Honora, the beloved wife f Mr. James WADE, Jr., aged 63 years.
January 9, 1867 (Death) At Chapel's Cove on Saturday the 8th inst., after a lingering illness, borne with Christain[sic] fortitude to the Divine will, Bartholomew, third son of Mr. Thomas CORBET, aged 14 years.
January 9. 1857 (Death) Nov. 2, at Grenada, West Indies, William L. O'DONNELL, Esq., eldest son of the late Michael O'DONNELL, Esq., of Dublin.
April 21, 1867 (Death) At Carbonear on Wednesday 12th April, instant, Mr. Henry Corbin WATTS, in the 85th year of his age, he was a native of Ringwood, England, came to this Island in 1797, and had but two days illness.
April 21, 1867 (Death) At Boston, on the 3rd inst. of small pox, Mr. John P. M'LELLAN, a native of Cape Breton, N.S., aged 28 years. The deceased resided in Harbor Grace for several years and was universally respected by a large circle of acquaintances.
April 10, 1867 (Death) On Thursday evening the 4th instant, after a short illness, aged 11 years, Susannah Mary WHELAN, daughter of Mrs. Alexander CLIFT.
April 10, 1867 (Death) On Saturday morning last, after along and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine will, Mr. William TOUSSAINT, aged 29 years, leaving a widow and three children to mourn their loss. The deceased was a young man of most exemplary character, and was universally loved and respected by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. His body was brought to the Cove, for interment in St. John's on Monday last.
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