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The Newfoundland Express
1852

 

 

The Newfoundland Express Jan 1, 1852
Died
On Tuesday last, at Manuel's South Shore, Conception Bay, aged 75 years, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. William Smith.


The Newfoundland Express Jan 6, 1852
Married
At Harbour Grace, on the 29th ulto. by the Rev. Bertram Jones. Rector of St. Paul's, Mr. James Cooper, of Bell Isle, to Mrs. Louisa Stevenson, widow of the laste Captain Wm. Stevenson.

Died
On Wednesday morning last, at the residence of Dr. J. J. Dearin, Water Street. Eleanor, wife of the laste Mr. Grahm Little, merchant of this place, aged 75 years.


The Newfoundland Express - Jan 8, 1852
Died
On Monday last, aged 1 year and 9 months John Francis, only son of Mr. Felix Dowsley, of this town.

On Tuesday morning, Alice Robe Lyttleton, youngest daughter of the Hon, E.M. Archibald, aged one year and 11 months.

Last evening, aged one year and two months, John, fourth son of Mr. William Coyell of this town.


The Newfoundland Express - Jan 10, 1852
Coroner's Inquest
An inquest was held on Tuesday last, on view of the body of Ellen Russel, seven years of age, who met her death by the accidental ignition of her clothes on Sunday evening. - Verdict accordingly

Married
On Wednesday, the 7th instant. At the Cathedral Church, by the Right Rev's the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, assisted by the Ven. Archdeacon Bridge, James Shannon Clift, Esq., merchant, to Jane Sydney Shanks, relict of the late William Grieve, Esq.

Last evening, by the Rev. Francis Nicol, Mr. John Gibbs, to Miss Elizabeth Harrison, both of this town.

Died
On Wednesday, 31st Dec., in the 49th year of his age, Mr. George Pippy, much regetted by his relations and friends.


The Newfoundland Express Feb 3, 1852
Died
On Saturday last, after a short illness, Miriam Elizabeth Withycombe, daughter of Mr. John D. Withcombe of this town, aged 5 years and 3 months. Her funeral will take place from the residence of Mr. James Harvey, (South Side) this afternoon. (Tuesday) at 3 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully requested to attend.

At Birkenhead, Liverpool, on the 13th November last, Mr. John Thompson, aged 76 years, father of Dr. Thompson, Carbonear.


The Newfoundland Express Feb 10, 1852
Died
On Saturday last in the 84th year of his age, 62 of which he resided in this colony, Mr. James Anderson, senr., a native of Collinton, near Edinburgh, much regretted by all who knew him. His funeral will take place today at half-past two o'clock, from his late resdience, on the Signal Hill Road at which his friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Feb 12, 1852
Married
Last evening, by the Rev. G. Schofield, Mr. George Lash, of the firm of J. & G. Lash, to Miss Marianne, only daughter of F.R. Page, Esq., both of this town.


The Newfoundland Express Mar 2, 1852
Died
Yesterday morning after a brief illness, at her residence on the South-side, aged 85 years, Jane, relict of the laste John Dambrell. The funeral will take place at half-past two o'clock on Thursday next, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Mar 4, 1852
Married
On the 22nd January, in Belturbet Church, by the Rev. Andrew McCreight, Robert Law. Esq., 31st Reginment, eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Law. K. II., to Fanny Doyne, relict of the late Walter Meldon Moloney, Edq., and only daughter of the late Franics Thompson, Esq., of Killabandrick, in the County of Cavan. London Morning Chronicle, Jan 26.

Died
On Sunday morning last, Mr. James McCormack, a respectable inhabintant of this city, after a protracted illness, leaving a wife and eight orphans to mourn his loss.


The Newfoundland Express Mar 11, 1852
Died
On Thursday evening last, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Sarah, relict of the late Mr. Gregory Brown, aged 54 years; she was much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives.


The Newfoundland Express Mar 9, 1852
Married
At Harbour Grace, on the 26th Feb., at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. Bertam Jones, Rector, Mr. Henry T. Moore, to Julia Maria fourth daughter of J.C. Nuttal, Esq., all of that town


The Newfoundland Express Apr 1, 1852
Married
On Saturday evening last, at St. Thomas' Church, by the Rev. Charles Blackman, M.A. Garrison Chaplain, Montague Stopford Whitemore, Esq., R.E., second son of the late Major Whitemore, Commanding Engineer on the station, and grandson to Sir George Whitmore, R.E., K. H. C., to Georgina Louisa Phyllis, youngest daughter of Aaron Hogsett., Esq, Coroner of the Central District of Newfoundland.

Died
On Saturday last, at her residence, Mount View, Emma Blamey, widow of the late Captain G. W. Blamey Royal Navy, and sister of the late Sir J.Pearl, R.N.


The Newfoundland Express Apr 2, 1852
Died
On yesterday morning at four o'clock, William Coady, a native of Bay Bulls, aged 43 years. His funeral will take place on Sunday next, from his late residence, near Newman & Co's., when his friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Apr 3, 1852
Married
On Wednesday last, by the Rev. E Botterell, Mr. John Baldon to Miss Elizabeth Henneberry, both of this town

Died
On Thursday last at four o'clock, Mr. William Coady, a native of Bay Bulls, aged 43 years. His funeral will take place tomorrow, from his late resdience, near Newman & Co's., when his friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.

On Thrusday evening last, Miss Elizabeth Rogers, aged 76 years. Her funeral will take place this afternoon, (Saturday) at half past two o'clock, from her late residence Meeting-house lane, when her friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Apr 6, 1852
Died
At Bear's Cove, on the 28th ulto. much regretted by her relatives and friends, Emma, daughter of the late Mr. Henry Parsons of that place, aged 28 years.


The Newfoundland Express May 4, 1852
Died
On Friday last, after a tediuos and painful illness, Mrs. Christiana Greenway, eldest daugher of Mr. John Freeman, of this town.

On Saturday evening last, Mr. James Sawyer Bowden, a native of Totness, Devonshire, aged 16 years. His funeral will take place this day at 3 o'clock precisely, from the residence of Mr. Frederick Lash, at River Head, when friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

Accidentally drowned yesterday, Mr. Thomas Angell, aged 55 years.His funeral will take place on Thursday next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when his friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.

On Board the Margaret Ridley on her passage from Brazil to New York, Feb 27th, Mrs. Charles Stirling, aged 20 years, youngest son of William Stirling, Esq., of Harbour Grace, much regretted by his parents and friends.

Same day, on board said vessel, much regretted, Mr. Edward Parsons, aged 29 years, son of the late Mr. Henry Parsons, of Bear's Cove.


The Newfoundland Express May 8, 1852
Married
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. K Walsh. Cap., T. Cummins to Ellen, second daughter of Mr. Michael Scaulan, of this town.


The Newspaper Express June 1, 1852
Died
On Sunday night, after a short illness, aged 59 years, Mr. Edward Luscombe. His funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon, at half-past 3 o'clock, when friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Jun 3, 1852
Died
At Harbour Grace, on Saturday morning last, after a brief illness, sincerley lamented by a large circle of relatives and friends, Mr. Daniel Green, of that town, aged 65 years.


The Newfoundland Express Jun 10, 1852
Married
On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. George Schofield. Ebenezar Barnes, Esq., of the Firm of J.B. Barnes & Co.) to Jessie, daughter of the late Robert Brine, Esq.


The Newfoundland Express Jul 3, 1852
Birth
On the 27th ult., the lady of James Cormack, Esq., Bay Roberts, of a son.

Died
At Carbonear, on the 29th ult., Miss Amelia Davis, aged 69 years. The deceased lady is deservedly lamented by a large circle of relations and friends.


The Newfoundland Express Jul 6, 1852
Married
On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. J.S. Addy, Mr. Joseph Beckerton, of Liverpool, to Miss Sophia Wotton, of this town.


The Newfoundland Express Jul 10, 1852
Married
On Thursday last, at the Cathedral, by the Ven. Archdeacon Bridge, Mr. Elias Rendell, to Elizabeth, relict of the late Captain John Steer, of this town.


The Newfoundland Express Aug 3, 1852
Married
On the 21th ult., by the Rev. K Walsh, Mr. William Renouf, to Catherine Mary, daughter of the late Mr. John Cook, both of this town.

At Carbonear, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev.Thomas Anguin, W.M. Mr. Thomas H Newell, of Boston Mass, To Cornelia, second daughter of the late Thomas Chancey, Esq., of Carbonear.

Died
At Carbonear, on the 17th ult., in the 94th year of her age, Mrs. Ann Howell.


The Newfoundland Express Aug 7, 1852
Birth
At Twillingate on the 24th ult., the lady of William Stirling, Esq., M.D., of a daughter.

Died
On Tuesday morning last, Robert, infant son of Captain George Corbin.

On Thursday, Sarah, Widow of the late Richard Langley, Esq., Merchant, of this place. The Funeral will take place on Monday next at two o'clock.


The Newfoundland Express Aug 10, 1852
Married
At Carbonear, on Friday the 30th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Anguin, Mr. T. McKenzie to Miss Mary Ann Ash.


The Newfoundland Express Sep 9, 1852
Died
On Monday evening, Mr. James Carter, of Devonshire, England. His funeral will take place today, at 3 o'clock, precisely, from the Division Rooms of the Sons of Temperance.

At Montreal, on the 19th August, Sarah Anne Lane, eldest dauther of the late Assistant Commissary -General Wm. Lane, and sister of Deputy-Commissary-General John Lane, of Bermuda, many years residing in this town.


The Newfoundland Express Sep 11, 1852
Died
On Sunday evening last, after a short illness, Charles John, youngest son of Mr. William Squarry, of this place, aged 2 year. His funeral will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, at 7 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Oct 2, 1852
Married
On the 2nd inst., at St. Peter's chapel, Montreal, by the Rev. G. Percy, William Kent, Esq., First Clerk of the Provincial Registrar's Office, to Adelaide, widow of the late Dr. Eastaff, and daughter of John Stark, Esq., of Harbour Grace.

At St. Mary's Cathedral, Halifax, by the Very Rev. Dr. Connolly, Mr. Henry Welton, of Sydney, C.B., to Mary, eldest daugher of Mr. Edward Keefe, of St. John's, NF.

Died
On Saturday morning last, after a protracted illness, Mr. Augustin McNamara, aged 65 years.


The Newfoundland Express Oct 7, 1852
Married
At Carbonear, on the 2nd. Inst., by the Rev. John Dalton, Lewis Emerson, Esq., Clerk of the Peace of Harbour Grace, to Sophia, second daugher of the late Dr. Hanrahan.

Died
At Williamsburgh, New York, Sept 8, of consumption, Mr. Lewis Ingraham Salter, formally of this place.


The Newfoundland Express Oct 8, 1852
Married
On Wednesday last, by the Rev. L. Walsh, Mr. James Allison, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John Phelan - both of this town.

At Black Head, Conception Bay, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. Thomas Auguin, Stephen Rendal, Esq., of Hants Harbour, to Catherine, second daughter of the Rev. J. Norris, W.M.

Died
On Wednesday morning last, after a few hours illness, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew her, Joanna, third daughter of Mr. James Leaney, aged 19 years.

At Mosquito, on the 3rd inst., after a lingering illness, much regreetted by all who knew her, Catherine, eldest daugher of Mr. Roger Hanrahan of that place, aged 20 years.


The Newfoundland Express Oct 12, 1852
Died
On Sunday morning last, after a short but painful illness, Richard, second son of Mr. Richard Atwell, aged 15 years. His funeral will take place this day (Tuesday) at 3 o'clock, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully requested to attend.


The Newfoundland Express Nov 2, 1852
Birth
Yesterday, the wife of James Hooper, Esq., of a Son.

Married
At the Cathedral, on Saturday evening last, by the Venerable Archdeacon Bridge, Mr. Edmund Row Clow, to Mary Ann, eldest daugher of Captain James Axtell.

Died
On the 8th inst., Augusta Charlotte Baillie Hamilton, eldest and beloved daugther of Governor and Mrs. Hamilton, aged 17 years.


The Newfoundland Express Nov 4, 1852
Died
Yesterday morning, after a long and painful illness, Mr. William Mineard, aged 67 years. His funeral will take place on Saturday next at 2 o'clock pm., from his late residence, Chapel Lane, when his friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

Last evening, after a short but painful illness, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Lilly, leaving a large famly to deplore their loss.


The Newfoundland Express Nov 6, 1852
Died
On Thursday morning, after a long and painful illness which he bore whith Christian fortitude, George Bollard, second son of the late MR. George Burton, in the 49th year of his age. His funeral will take place on Monday next at 10 o'clock, from his late residence on the Long Pond Road, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully requested to attend.

At Kinsale, Ireland, on the 10th ult., Kesia, wife of Captiain Wiliam Silly, of the schooner John and Mary, and youngest daugher of Mr. W. Loveys, of this place.

At Weymouth, county of Digby, on Wednesday, the 15th September, after a long and painful illness, which he endured with much resignation, Mr. John V. Cahill, teacher, formerly of Horton, a native of Tramore, county Waterford, Ireland, aged 54 years.


The Newfoundland Express Nov 9, 1852
Married
On Friday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. O'D ………. ???? William L Hackett, of the ?????? , to Miss Ellen Mary Coady, both of this place.

At the Wesleyan Cahpel, Burin, on the 2nd inst., by … Rev. J…. P?a? n, Mr. George Brett, to Mary Ann, eldest daugher of Mr. Isaac Collins.


The Newfoundland Express Nov 11, 1852
Died
On Monday last, John Churchill aged 3 ½ years, second son of Mr. James Wingfield, Saddler, of this town.

On Tuesday evening last, after a short illness, Mary Louis, aged 7 years, daughter of Mr. James McLarty. Her funeral will take place tomorrow, (Friday) at 2 o'clock, when the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

Yesterday morning, after a brief but painful illness, Ann, beloved wife of MR. William Pettten jr., aged 30 years. Her Funeral will take place tomorrow, (Freiday) at two o'clock, when the friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully requested to attend.

At Leghorn, on the 2nd. Ulto., deservedly regretted, Captain Gregg, of the brig Haidee, of Harbour Grace, aged 44 years.


The Newfoundland Express Dec 2, 1852
Married
At Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, on 31st Oct., by the Archdeacon, the Hon. Chief Justice Carter to Margaret Spencer, second daugher of the Venerable Archdeacon Coster.

Died
On Tuesday afternoon, Emma, the beloved wife of the hon, Joseph Noad, Surveyor-General, and youngest daughter of the late Judge Lilly, aged 37 years. Her funeral will take place on Saturday next, at one o'clock pm.

Suddenly, on the 23d instant, at Heart's Content, Captain John Hopkins, deeply regretted. He was a father to the fatherless and a support to the widow He was well known in St. John's where he was respected and esteemed.

At New Yrok, of whooping cough, Helen Louiza, the beloved child of Mr. William J. Ward of this place, in the fifth year of her age.

Yesterday, after a short illness, William Thomas, only son of Mr. Samuel Loveys, aged 2 years and 7 months.


The Newfoundland Express Dec 4, 1852
Birth
On Wednesday last (1st inst.) the wife of S.M.V. Lloyd, Esp., M.D., Surgeon Royal Newfoundland Companies, of a daughter.

Died
On yesterday morning, after a brief illness, Thomas Flannery, youngest son of Mr. Henry Renouh. - Funeral will take place tomorrow, (Sunday) morning at half-past 8 o'clock.


The Newfoundland Express Dec 7, 1852
Died
On Sunday last, after a long and painful illness, aged 3 years and 7 months, William Peter, son of Mr. William Kitchin.


The Newfoundland Express Dec 9, 1852
Married
At King's Cove, on the 22nd Nov., by the Rev. B. Smith. Mr. James Mifflan, to Miss Catterine Brown.

Died
On the 28th ult., Mr. George Trapnell, a native of Poole, Dorsetshire, England, aged 65 years.

At Newman's Cove, Bonavista Bay, on the 22nd November, Honor, wife of Mr. James Skiffington, of that place.

 

 

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Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Monday February 27, 2017)

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