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The Newfoundland Express
The Newfoundland Express - Oct 25, 1851
On Tuesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, after a lingering and painful illness, which he bore with true Christian resignation to the Divine will, aged 76 years, 40 of which he spent in the the service of the Government, Mr. James Bearnard, an old and respectable inhabitant of this town. His funeral will take place this day at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, when the friends and acquatinances of the family are respectfully requested to attend.
The Newfoundland Express Oct 28, 1851
At Frederickton, on Sunday, the 12th inst., the lady of Chief Justice Carter.
At Quebec, on the 3rd current, the Rev. P. McMachon, Pastor of St. Patricks Church in that city, much and deservedly regretted.
The Newfoundland Express Oct 30, 1851
The Newfoundland Express Nov 1, 1851
On Sunday last, after a short illness, in the 39th year of her age, Ellen, daughter of the late Mr. Denis McGrath of this town. Harbour Grace Hearld, Oct 29.
At Bryant's Cove, on the 25th inst., Mr. William A Hearn, in the 68th year of his age, much regretted by all who knew him.
The Newfoundland Express Nov 8, 1851
The Newfoundland Express Dec 2, 1851
The Newfoundland Express Dec 6, 1851
On Saturday night week, by the Rev. Father Walsh, Mr. Doane, to Miss Glascot, of this place.
On Wednesday, at the Cathedral Church, by the Venerable Archdeacon Bridge, Mr. Henry Stone, to Susanna, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Skinner of this town.
On Thursday evening, at St. Thomas' Church, by the Rev. C. Blackman, M.A., Mr. William M. Silly, master of the Schooner John & Mary, to Kezia, youngest daugher of Mr. Wm. Loveys.
On the 25th ulto. At Carbonear, sincerley lamented by her parents and friends, Mary, second daughter of Mr. William Brown, of that place, aged 22 years.
The Newfoundland Express Dec 11, 1851
MarriedOn Sunday last, by the Rev. J.S. Addy, Mr. Samuel Foadan, to Miss Jane Churchill, both of this place.
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