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Mary HONYWOOD, Mother of Robert HONYWOOD, of Markes-Hall in Essex, Esq.; died lately there, aged 93. His remains were interred in the evening with every mark of respect. After that I broke into a farm-house, and took from thence divers articles.
On Wednesday last arrived in this City a German Gentleman, from Dover, who is near 8 Foot high. WINKWORTH, a wealthy Master-Builder of this City, who having acquired a plentiful Fortune, left off Business about five Years ago. who died on Thursday the 8th of this Instant, of the Gout in his Stomach, aged 50 Years. After my arrival in London, I made no stop, but proceeded to the Black Lion, Bayswater-fields, and got work at brick-making: there I left my lodgings, and took with me a suit of clothes that were not my own, and returned back to London. Weller, and, after stopping three months, ran away from him. He was heard moving in his bed-room about eight o'clock on Saturday morning, but as he continued in his bed-room longer than usual, his servant entered the apartment between eleven and twelve o'clock, and found Mr. On Sunday last, at Quiddenham, the seat of her uncle the Earl of Albemarle, to the great affliction of her near relatives, and the sincere regret of a numerous acquaintance, Mrs. This accomplished and beautiful young lady has fallen a victim to a broken heart, in consequence of the distant imprisonment, away from his friends and connexions, of her youthful husband, who, in an inadvertent moment, joined his elder brother in the mad prank of taking away a young lady to Gretna Green. WAKEFIELD was the only daughter of Sir John SIDNEY, Bart. [Same report in Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle etc., Monday, August 20, 1827; Issue 1454, has the variation of her husband "now under sentence for assisting his brother in carrying off Miss TURNER." without mention of Gretna Green. The deceased possessed so extraordinary a memory, that he could repeat the whole of the Church service throughout the year; tell the time of the rising and setting of the sun and moon, and also on what day of the month Easter would fall for 50 years. GRANVILLE, Adjutant of the 80th Regiment, now at Trinidad, was bathing from Dumpton-bay, near Broadstairs, not being an expert swimmer, he sank to rise no more, before the waterman who accompanied him could afford any assistance. HARRISON, the wife of Denwood HARRISON, late in business as a shoemaker, committed suicide by cutting her throat with a pocket knife. Elizabeth SCOTT, deeply regretted, widow of the late Thomas SCOTT, Captain in the 70th Regiment and brother of the late Sir Walter SCOTT, the first Baronet of Abbotsford. George's-place, Canterbury, Robert SMITHSON, Esq., proprietor of the Kentish Gazette newspaper, in the 83d year of his age.
They both lie in the same house for interment; and the son and daughter are dangerously ill from the shock they have felt on the unfortunate occasion. At St Leonard's, West Malling, Kent, Francis Hubble DOUCE, Esq., one of the Magistrates of that county. Sir Charles married, in 1844, Jane, eldest daughter of Edward Armitage, Esq., of Farnley Hall, Yorkshire, and leaves issue. - 8th, drowned off Margate, accidentally, Thomas George, aged 23, only son of Thomas BEAVER, of Brixton, formerly of Jermyn-street, S. His remains were interred in Margate Cemetery on the 17th. - 19th, at Essex Cottage, Fairlight Down, the residence of her son-in-law, Sarah, widow of John KNOTT, of Ramsgate, Kent aged 79. - 17th, at The Vale, Ramsgate, Maria, widow of Jno. On Wednesday, Charles RALPH, aged forty-six, a signal-man in the employ of the South-Eastern Railway Company, was found dead upon the Sand Street crossing of the North Kent line, at Woolwich. SUTHERLAND, it was stated, was born at Sheerness in April, 1789. JENINGS, George Thomas, South-house, Faversham, Kent, salesman, died Feb. Claims to Frederick Johnson, Faversham, Sol., by Sept. NETTLEINGHAM, Frederic Beckley, Town Flour Mills, West-st., and Seckley, Overcliffe, Gravesend, miller, died May 3. BIDWELL - May 5, at Berristead, Lansdowne-road, Tunbridge Wells, Sarah Muriel BIDWELL, third daughter of the late Charles BIDWELL, Esq., of Ely, Cambs., aged seventy-two. His senior officer speaks of him as a "...personal loss. He served in the South African War with Lord Compton's Horse and was invalided home with enteric fever. He joined the Observatory in 1841, and was attached to the Astronomical Department until 1874, having during the preceding 18 years been in charge of the chronometric and electric branch. After only three years practise, he put on a special performance for the Duke of Windsor.
At Milton, Kent, Captain DELANGE, late of the Ann sloop of war. DIED - On Sunday last, at Bromley, Kent, in the 74th year of his age, William WALMSLEY, Esq., nearly 20 years clerk of the papers of the House of Lords, after a protracted illness. At North Frith, near Tunbridge, Christopher IDLE, Esq., aged 48, late M. CLIST - On the 10th February, at Nelson-street, Auckland, Maude Mary, the beloved and only child of Henry and Martha CLIST, late of Margate, Kent, England, aged 1 year 3 months. ]The driver of the down goods train from London to Ramsgate, named BURLIN(G)SON, lost his life at Birchingford [probably meant to be Birchington] Station, on Thursday. About midnight it was found that there was no communication from the deceased's box, and an inspector was sent up the line to see what had occurred. On the 5th inst., at his father's residence, Sackett's Hill House, St. After he left the navy he entered Sheerness Dockyard, where he worked for many years, ultimately retiring upon a pension. We regret to record the death of Captain Nelson Pomeroy MASON, of the Indian Navy, who died last week at Deal, where he had resided during the last 20 years of his life. SHOCKING DEATH A young man named SETTERFIELD, while working in a flour mill lately erected at Ashford, Kent, became entangled in the machinery on Thurday, and was whirled rapidly round, substaining such injuries that he died almost immediately. Claims to Sharland, Hatten and Sharland, Gravesend, sols., by Aug. USHER, John, Noel-house, Newton-rd., Faversham, Kent, hay merchant, died Mar. CURRIE - May 11, Alexander CURRIE, of Leslie, Blackheath, in his 64th year. - On May 9, at Broadstairs, Kent, Richard IDIENS, aged 68. SHEATHER, the well-known builder and contractor, passed away at his residence at 7 o'clock this morning, after an illness extending over some four or five weeks. He would always undertake any mission that was required." Lieutenant Edward John INNOCENT, Royal West Kent Regiment, killed on July 3, aged 34, was the only son of the late Mr. At the beginning of the present war he enlisted in the 19th Hussars, and later obtained a commission in the Royal West Kent Regiment. Doris MORGAN, aged nine, died at the Margate Cottage Hospital yesterday. Her brother was Sydney (Sidney), but we cannot see a death for Sydney or Sidney MORGAN in Thanet around that time.]SHRUBSALL. EASTLAND was of a happy disposition and very active. Later he performed at fairs all over the country and once took part in a special show staged for children in the Royal Albert Hall.
He was a Gentleman, not more remarkable for the great Antiquity of his Family, (which has held the Possession of this their Paternal Seat of Hardres-Court ever since the Time of William the Conqueror, with whom one of his Ancestors DE ARDRES came over) than loved and esteemed for his own personal Abilities; his unbiass'd Integrity; his sound Judgement, and deep Penetration. I went to Paddington, and entered a baker's shop, and took from thence a large pie, not cooked; I took it down Turpin-lane, and there had it cooked. of Penshurst-place, in Kent - to which place her remains are to be removed - and great niece to Mrs. The IGI has an LDS-member submitted marriage of William WAKEFIELD and Emily Elizabeth SIDNEY on 26th March 1826 in Penshurst, Kent.]On Thursday last, at Cranbrook, aged 86, a poor widow woman, named BAILEY, who had fifty times, in the last nine years of her life, undergone the operation of tapping for the dropsy: the quantity of water taken from her amounted to three hundred and eleven gallons, and three pints. N., last surviving companion of the illustrious navigator, Captain COOK. Having served part of an apprenticeship to the late Mr. was much noticed for his pleasantry and companionable qualities. It is satisfactory, however, to add, that some of his old acquaintance kindly administered to his wants, and among their most cherished reminiscences, the thought of having relieved poor Sharpe will prove, we are sure, one of the most grateful. On Friday, at the inquest, a verdict of "Accidentally drowned" was returned. On Monday last, in London, in the 40th year of his age, after a long illness, Mr. Stephen QUARTERMAINE, of Deptford, and brother to Mr. The deceased had been in desponding state for some past, owing, it is supposed, to her reduced circumstances. He was a collateral descendant of the Yorkshire family of SMITHSON, of which Sir Hugh SMITHSON was created first Duke of Northumberland.
He had the Honour to be chosen Knight of the Shire for the County of Kent in the Year 1711, without Opposition; and afterwards was elected one of the Barons for the Port of Dover; and lastly, for several Parliaments was chosen Burgess for this City; in all which time he serv'd his Country with unblemish'd Fidelity, Steadiness, and Applications; but being at last unhappily disabled from farther Attendance on his Duty, by an hereditary and obstinate Gout, he voluntarily quitted his Seat in Parliament, and died as is above related, leaving behind him the most amiable Character of a disinterested Patriot; a pious and devout Christian; a sincere Son of the Church of England, a tender and affectionate Husband, a most indulgent Father, a very beneficent Master, a pleasant Companion, and a steady Friend. From that I went to Greenwich, and there robbed a man of 28L. (Taken from the Kent Herald)A few days since, at the Fright Farm, in Hawkhurst, aged 87 years, Mr. BARROW, a farmer of the old school and better days. SKEATES, organist, of Canterbury, he had considerable knowledge of music, and was competent to tune pianofortes, as well as to perform on the violin; and not least of his attainments was his knowledge of change ringing, being about to conduct a peal of 5040 bob-major with astonishing correctness. (Taken from the Kent Herald)On Thursday last, as Mr. Sir Richard BURTON died on Monday last at his residence, Sackett's hill-house, Margate, in the Isle of Thanet. BURTON, Knight, of Wakefield, Yorkshire, and was born in 1773.
To which he answer'd, that he would eat as long as the D[evil]l gave him leave, and dropt down dead directly. Thomas WELLER, an Attorney at Sevenoaks in Kent: He is not reckon'd to have died rich, but what is more valuable, he always had the Character of an honest Man; an Example for the Profession. At her residence, the White Friars, Canterbury, aged 59, much esteemed and lamented. and relict of Thomas Knight, Esq., of Godermsham-park, Kent. From thence I went to Woolwich, where I enlisted into the Royal Horse Artillery, as a gunner, and after serving six weeks again deserted, and went to Southend, Essex. She lived 27 years in the room in which she died, without once having it cleaned. He was a kind affectionate husband, a most indulgent parent, and beloved and esteemed by all who knew him. Very late on Saturday night, a party of twelve, who had spent the evening at the Refectory Tavern, left the shore in two boats, for a moonlight sail.
Suddenly, on Monday morning last, at their house near the Green Man Turnpike, Kent Road, Mrs. Thus have husband and wife been taken away within a few days of each other. In 1852 he became Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Bombay, and had the honour of knighthood conferred on him by patent; in 1855 he was transferred to Calcutta, and in 1863 retired from the Bench. WARD, Eliza Maria, Sidney-lodge, Hatherley-rd., Sidcup, Kent, widow, died Apr. Claims to Woodbridge & Sons, 5 Serjeants'-inn, Fleet-st. Claims to Fladgates', Craig's-court, Charing-cross, sols., by Aug. WATKINS, Thomas, 13 Broadway, Deptford, oilman, died Jan. Claims to Marchant & Benwell, 8 George-yard, Lomard-st. It is believed that the package contained dynamite. D., Sandgate Artillary Volunteers, of 4, Manor-road, Folkestone, Kent. - On the 15th Nov., at Masons-hill, Bromley, Kent, James Brenton RICHARDS, son of Captain J. Three weeks ago he fractured his hip by falling through the unprotected trap of a public-house at Fulham, and never recovered from the accident. He was fourth in higher mathematics on entering Woolwich, and had served in Singapore, India and Aden. PARKER (Secretary, coxswain and former Coxswain of Margate lifeboat, respectively). The funeral will leave his home for the Brighton Cemetery at today. 24, 1968, William Ewart CRAIGEN, aged 80 years, of 2, Fairfield Mansions, Fifth Avenue, Cliftonville, Margate, beloved husband of Hilda and father of Bill and Joan. Peter's Footpath, Margate, home, on Saturday, after a long illness. But although Punch left the seaside beach scene, Mr. It had passed down through four generations of his family and has now come to an end.
ROLLS, the lady of John ROLLS, Esq., one of the Magistrates for the county of Surrey. ROLLS was such, that he languished under an apparent despondency until Tuesday afternoon, about five o'clock, when he expired. At his rooms in Trinity College, Cambridge, Richard Nethercoate COOKE, Scholar of that Society, and eldest son of Richard COOKE, Esq., of Dartford, Kent. At the time of his death he held the appointment of Auditor of the India Office. HILLS, William, West-street, Faversham, Kent, retired thatcher, died Sept. Claims to Frederic Johnson, Faversham, sol., by Jan. HITCHCOCK, Robert, 14 and 15 Warwick-street, Regent-street and Sydenham-hill, woollen warehouseman, died Nov. Claims to Kingsford, Dorman & Co., 23 Essex-street, Strand, sols. MALLETT, John, formerly 43 Graham-road, Dalston, and Ramsgate, gentleman, died Oct. Claims to John Ashbridge, 238 Whitechapel-road, sol., by Jan. Joseph SUTHERLAND, a centenarian, who served as "powder monkey" in the British fleet under Nelson, has just died at Sittingbourne. [Death registration may be that of Richard RICHARDS, aged 57, death registered in Thanet Sept. His death took place on Saturday at the Queen's Jubilee Hospital. He went to the front with his battery in August, 1915. S., who has died at Blackheath in his 89th year, was formerly superintendent of the Magnetical and Meteorological Branch of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. The floral tributes included wreaths from the secretary, assistant secretary and crew of Margate Lifeboat. Frederick HODGE died at his home, Head St., Elwood, on Monday, at 83. To the memory of my beloved husband, William James WEBB, J. for Kent and Honorary Freeman of Chatham, who died suddenly just a year ago today whilst on holiday in Scotland. His career in the Punch and Judy business started when he was only 14 years old when he discovered he could use a schwazzle, an instrument placed in the throat which produces a croaking like sound, of the puppets voices.
We hear that General WOLFE was a "Man of Kent" being born at Westram, and Baptised there 11th of January, 1727. [See also Births section of the newspaper extracts.] And found in the Whitehall Evening Post: To the PRINTER, etc. For the last ten years of her life she supported herself by her pen and needlework and kept a day school; but ill health, owing to exquisite sensibility and extreme poverty, lately, reduced her to the greatest distress." [The Gentleman Magazine 1789]Saturday afternoon last, Mr. TOMLIN, of Keeks, in the parish of Birchington, in the Isle of Thanet, crossing the Stour, at Monkton, in a boat by himself, unfortunately overset, and he was drowned. On Friday last, as the hounds of - GORDON, Esq., were hunting in Whitby Shrubs, near Seven Oaks, in Kent, a hound was perceived to have a head in his mouth, which on examination proved to be an human head, and on searching the wood, the remaining part of the body was found, with the flesh all eaten from the bones, and supposed to have been there since October last, when a boy was lost from the work-house at Beresford, and who was then advertised, but has not since been heard of. At Shawfield Lodge, near Bromley, Kent, whilst on a visit to John HARRISON, Esq., Joseph STANLEY, Esq., of Austin Friars, and of the house of Gordons and Stanley, Lime-street. At the village of Leeds in Kent, a few days ago, Mr. He was a passenger in the ship Oaks, bound for the above island, which vessel was unfortunately wrecked off Margate, on the night of the 8th inst. In 1834 one of these models, propelled by a screw revolving beneath the water at the stern of the vessel and set in motion by a spring, was found to answer so well that Mr.
SIR, Observing in your paper of the 27th of this Instant an Article from York, asserting the late GENERAL WOLFE to be a Native of that City, and being unwilling to sink our Claim to the Birth of so complete a Soldier, we transmit you a Copy of our Parish Register. SCOTT, relict of........[left blank] SCOTT, Esq., of Scott's-Hall in Kent, (whose death we mentioned in ours of Monday) has left two sons, viz. CLARE, Rector of Dymchurch, and Vicar of Lympne, in Kent: The former is in the gift of the Lord Chancellor, and the latter in that of the Archdeacon of Canterbury. The deceased was a respectable farmer and has left a wife and 12 children. Richard SACKETT, a person possessed of great property, the bulk of which descends to Mrs. A few mornings since was found dead in his bed, at Maidstone Gaol, Austin FLOWERS, who was capitally convicted at the last Assizes for the County of Kent; he was a young man of abilities, and it was expected he would have received his Majesty's free pardon. Last Tuesday morning an elderly man, named LEE, by profession a gardener, who, according to annual custom, had come out of Kent to see some of his relations at Groombridge, in this County, was found dead in his bed at the Crown Inn, at that place; and where his body had lain undiscovered since the preceding Sunday night, when he retired to rest apparently in good health. The persons who were on the 11th instant drowned in passing from Gravesend to Southend, were, the Rev. PRITCHARD, Curate of Prittlewell, in Essex; Lieutenant T. James BARHAM, aged 92 years, a gardener to the late Lord FAIRFAX of Leeds Castle, and an eminent changes ringer and peal conductor, who has assisted to ring 115 peals, each being composed of more than 5,000 changes. SMITH deemed the screw to be superior to paddles, which hitherto had been exclusively employed for the propulsion of vessels.