Information on strays from St Just in Roseland found elsewhere



I'm trying to track any information I come across relating to the activities of the parishioners of St Just in Roseland in other parishes. I'm also recording information on St Just residents appearing in the West Briton. In the 'source' column you will see where I have obtained the information. Note that I am not necessarily recording all the information that is available (particularly with regard to Parish Records) so I suggest you go to the source to obtain anything else that might be there.

You will find the sources as follows:
OPC - you can find the OPC's email address and/or their website address from http://www.cornwall-opc.org/ and select 'Parish Index'
C-PROP - you can search the C-PROP parish records database for yourself at http://www.cornwall-opc-database.org/
West Briton - here I have included the full text but you can also go looking for other relevant information at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad/
Bible Christian Magazine - see  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~biblechristianmag/title.html
London Gazette - see http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/home.aspx?GeoType=London
CRO - Cornwall Record Office, Truro http://crocat.cornwall.gov.uk/dserve/DServe.exe?dsqApp=Archive&dsqCmd=Index.tcl


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SurnameForenamedd_mmmYearEventLocationNotesSource
ANDAINWalter21-Jun1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Sunday last, Walter ANDAIN, aged 15 years. West Briton 26th Jun 1857
ANDREW(dau)Nov1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, last week, the wife of Mr. F. ANDREW, of a daughter. West Briton 4th Dec 1857
ANDREWS Nov1857  FalmouthLAUNCH  -  There has been launced from the building yard of Mr. JOSEPH HALY, at the Bar, Falmouth, a fine new pilot cutter, of 50 tons burthen, for the Messrs. ANDREW, pilots, of St. Mawes; she was named "The Andrews," and went off in beautiful style.  At one period the pilots were restricted to have their cutters not exceeding 40 tons, but this restriction has been removed.  The "Andrews" is a beautiful vessel, and reflects much credit on the builder.  Mr. Trethowan, of Little Falmouth, has also a pilot cutter nearly ready for launching, for Messrs. JAMES JAMES and CO. West Briton 20th Nov 1857
BANKS(Mr)July1857Transfer St MawesTHE CUSTOMS - Mr. WEBSTER, tide-surveyor on the St. Mawes station, has been appointed on promotion to Leith. Mr. BANKS, from Newport, Monmouthshire, has been appointed in his stead. West Briton 31st July 1857
BARNICOAT(dau)08-Oct1856Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Wednesday last, the wife of Mr. JOHN BARNICOAT, builder, of a daughter. West Briton 10th Oct 1856
BARNICOATJohn15-Nov1855Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 15th instant, Mr. John BARNICOAT to Miss Sarah CORKHILL, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 30th Nov 1855
BELLMANElizabeth03-Sep1849Petty SessionsRuan HighlanesJOHN PASCOE of St. Just, aged 17, was brought up for an aggravated and indecent assault upon an aged woman, called ELIZABETH BELLMAN, a widow. The features of the case strongly indicated a criminal intent, but peculiar circumstances induced the magistrates to levy a fine of GBP 4 and costs, in default of payment of which he was committed to Bodmin jail for two calendar months. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
BELLMANHenry09-Oct1854Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 9th inst., Mr. Henry BELMAN, aged 67 years. Royal Cornwall Gazette 13th Oct 1854
BELLMANPhilippa14-Nov1900Death St MawesBELMAN – At Laurel-cottage, St. Mawes, Nov. 14, Mrs Phillipa Belman, aged 66. Royal Cornwall Gazette 22nd Nov 1900
BELLMANRichard13-Feb1851Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 13th instant, Mr. Richard BELLMAN, aged 67 years, West Briton 28th Feb 1851
BONETTO(dau)10-Feb1856Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 10th, the wife of Mr. T. BONETTO, a daughter. West Briton 22nd Feb 1856
BLAKELavinia02-Aug1856Death St Just in RoselandAt BOSCAIN, in the parish of ST.JUST in ROSELAND, on Saturday last, Miss Martha THOMAS, aged 24 years; and at TREWOLLACK, Lavinia, youngest daughter of Mr. James BLAKE, aged 14 years. West Briton 8th Aug 1856
BORLASEJohn19-Aug1856Death St Just in RoselandAt Trethewell, in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, on Tuesday last, Mr. JOHN BORLASE, builder, aged 28 years. West Briton 22nd Aug 1856
BORLASEJ 1857Birth St Just in RoselandAt St. Just Lane, in the parish of Roseland, the wife of Mr. J. BORLASE, jun., of a daughter. West Briton 25th Sept 1857
CARLYONC.W. (Mr) 1855Commission  ROYAL MARINES - MR. C. W. CARLYON, second son of the Rev. C. W. CARLYON, of St. Just in Roseland, has received a commission in the Royal Marines Light Infantry, and is appointed to the Plymouth division. West Briton 27th April 1855
CARLYONC. Winstanley (Rev)11-Dec1888 Death  CARLYON – On the 11th inst., the Rev. C. Winstanley Carlyon, for 52 years rector of St Just-in-Roseland, aged 78 years – Funeral will take place on Saturday next, at half-past two. Royal Cornwall Gazette 13th Dec 1888
CHAMBERSRobert03-Sep1849Petty SessionsRuan Highlanesbefore Messrs. GREGOR, CREGOE, and GWATKIN:  A pilot of St. Mawes, of the name of ROBERT CHAMBERS, was brought before the bench, on a charge of indecently assaulting two young girls of an early age. The circumstances were of a most revolting nature. The aged defendant, from the nature of the evidence, was not committed,  but the magistrates fined him GBP 3 and costs, and discharged him with a suitable and salutary admonition. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
CHENOWITHAnn27-Dec1856Death St Just in RoselandAt Zanzague (Lanseague?), in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, on Saturday last, Miss Ann CHENOWETH, aged 63 years. West Briton 2nd Jan 1857
CHYNOWETHElizabeth05-Aug1852Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 5th instant, Mr. JOSEPH SHERROCK to Miss ELIZABETH CHYNOWETH, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 20th Aug 1852
CHYNOWETHJohnJul?1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, Mr. John CHYNOWETH to Miss Louisa WHITFORD, both of that place. West Briton 18th Jul 1851
COCKJohn24-Mar1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes on Tuesday last, Mr. John COCK, aged 71 years. West Briton 27th Mar 1857
COLLINS(son)19-Mar1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 19th instant, the wife of Mr. Rd. COLLINS, of a son. West Briton 27th Mar 1857
COLMAN(dau)26-Apr1858Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. J. COLMAN, of a daughter West Briton 30th Apr 1858
CORKHILLJohn19-Feb1852Marriage TregoneyAt Tregoney, on the 19th ult., Mr. JOHN CORKHILL, of St. Mawes, to MARY, second daughter of Mr. NICHOLAS ANDREW, of the former place. West Briton 5th Mar 1852
CORKHILLJohn19-Feb1852Marriage TregonyAt Tregony, on Thursday the 19th inst., by the Rev. Henry Peter Gurney, rector, Mr. John Corkhill, of St. Mawes, yeoman, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Nicholas Andrew, farmer. Royal Cornwall Gazette 27th Feb 1852
CORKHILLSarah15-Nov1855Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 15th instant, Mr. John BARNICOAT to Miss Sarah CORKHILL, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 30th Nov 1855
COUCH(dau)22-Oct1852Birth St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. JAGO PASCOE, a son, and the wife of Mr. THOMAS COUCH, a daughter. West Briton 29th Oct 1852
CURNERAnn13-Feb1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, Miss Ann CURNER, aged 76 yearsWest Briton 20th Feb 1857
DASH(Mr)24-Oct1849Accident off St Anthony's HeadNARROW ESCAPE  - On Wednesday se'nnight, in the evening, a gig belonging to MR. VINCENT, with five pilots on board, was upset off St. Anthony's lighthouse when returning to St. Mawes from the bay. The wind was blowing strong from the south-west, and a heavy sea was running; but fortunately MR. DASH, another pilot, was not far off in a punt with two men, and on seeing the accident they went to assist, and got the five men into their little punt, two of them being nearly exhausted. They then rowed the boat, with the eight men in her, and a quantity of water, stern before, unto they cleared St. Anthony Point. West Briton 2nd Nov 1849
DASH(son)19-Nov1852Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 19th ult., the wife of Mr. J. DASH, a son. West Briton 3rd Dec 1852
DASHHarriet Jane15-Jan1899Death St MawesDASH – At Bohella, St. Mawes, Jan. 15, Harriet Jane (Janie), the eldest and dearly-loved daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Dash, aged 26. Royal Cornwall Gazette 19th Jan 1899
DASHWilliam Vincent14-Nov1900 Death St MawesDASH – At Victoria Cottage, St. Mawes, Nov. 13, William Vincent Dash, Trinity pilot, aged 64. Royal Cornwall Gazette 22nd Nov 1900
DEVONSHIRENicholasApr1858Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, last week, Mr. Nicholas DEVONSHIRE, aged 83 yearsWest Briton 30th Apr 1858
DIXONCharles25-Dec1852Death St MawesAt St. Mawes Castle, on Saturday last, Mr. CHARLES DIXON, corporal of artillery, aged 70 years;- he had served his country with great credit, had medals for some of the great battles in the Peninsula, did his duty in the field at Waterloo, and enjoyed the otium in the castle for several years, very creditably to himself, and obligingly to all who had occasion to visit it. West Briton 31st Dec 1852
DODDSophia Jane09-Apr1856Marriage NorthhillAt Northhill, on Tuesday last, the Rev. JOHN MARTIN, second son of JOHN L. MARTIN, Esq., of Croft Lodge, Cambridge, to SOPHIA JANE, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Dr. RODD, of Trebartha Hall, and formerly rector of St. Just in Roseland, in this county. West Briton 11th Apr 1856
DOTSON(son)22-Nov1856 Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 22nd ult., the wife of Mr. T. DOTSON, of a son; on the 28th, the wife of Mr. KITT, of a son; and the wife of Mr. J. J. VINCENT, of a son. West Briton 12th Dec 1856
DOWNTONWilliam George26-Apr1852Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Monday last, WILLIAM GEORGE, son of Mr. WILLIAM DOWNTON, of Truro, aged 2 years. West Briton 30th Apr 1852
FURSE-05-Feb1856Fire St Just in RoselandFIRE IN ROSELAND  -  On the evening of the 5th instant, about ten o'clock, a stack of corn standing in a small farm yard, belonging to a farmer called FURSE, in the parish of St Just, (east) about a mile from St. Mawes, was discovered to be on fire.  Being on the top of the very high ground which forms the south coast of the harbour, and the night being clear, it formed a bright and brilliant spectacle, over a very extensive area of country, and its splendour, being necessarily accompanied with a certain portion of terror, said to be necessary to constitute the sublime, the formidable element exerted its prerogative, unrestrained, and illumined the firmament for some time.  Few persons being near the spot at the time, and water being scarce at that elevation, the whole of the stack, which was not very large, was entirely consumed.  It is painful to add, that little or no doubt can be entertained of this mischief being occasioned by some diabolical incendiary. West Briton 15th Feb 1856
FURZESarah 1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. James FURZE, aged 6 years. West Briton 9th Nov 1855
GEORGE(son)04-Aug1856Birth St MawesAt ST.MAWES, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. E. GEORGE, of a son. West Briton 8th Aug 1856
GEORGE(son)21-Mar1857Death St MawesAt St Mawes on Saturday last, the infant son of Mr. GEORGE, relieving officerWest Briton 27th Mar 1857
GEORGE(son)06-Jul1857Death S MawesAt St. Mawes, on Monday last, the infant son of Mr. GEORGE West Briton 10th July 1857
GEORGE(son)30-Dec1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Wednesday last, the wife of Mr. G. E. GEORGE, of a son. West Briton 1st Jan 1858
GEORGE(son)23-Apr1858Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, the infant son of Mr. GEORGE. West Briton 30th Apr 1858
GEORGE(Mr)06-Nov1856  St MawesWESLEYAN MISSIONS. – On Thursday the 6th instant, a meeting was held in the Wesleyan chapel, St. Just in Roseland, in behalf of these missions. Mr. Dunstan was called to the chair, and addressed the meeting, after which Mr. Janlon, the superintendent of the St. Mawes circuit, read some extracts from the report for the last year. Mr. Woolcock, of Ruan, addressed the assembly, and was followed by Mr. George, of St. Mawes, after which Mr. Janlon gave some interesting details of what he had witnessed while a missionary in the West Indies, and the success of his labours in some of the islands. The collection amounted to nearly one-third more than that of the last year. West Briton 14th Nov 1856
GEORGEM05-Dec1850Accident St JustDREADFUL ACCIDENT. -  On Thursday last, when Master M. George, a little boy about 10 years old, son of Mrs. George, of Gearvean, in St. Just (Roseland), was in the act of throwing down a bundle of straw from a stack, he accidently fell on a long rough pole put as a prop to the rick, and, distressing to relate, the end of the pole entered his groin at the bottom of his abdomen.  In this fearful position he fell backwards a distance of 12 or 14 feet, when his cries were heard by some men who were at work near the spot, who ran to the poor little fellow’s assistance, and soon released him from his dreadful position by pulling out the end of the pole from his flank to the almost incredible length of nine inches.  Mr Boyne, surgeon of St. Mawes, was soon in attendance; the boy is going on well, and hopes are entertained that the dreadful wound will not prove fatal. Royal Cornwall Gazette 13th Dec 1850
GEORGEMargaretJan1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, last week, Margaret, daughter of Mr. C. J. GEORGE, aged 5 years. West Briton 16th Jan 1857
GERMAN-03-Sep1849Petty Sessions Ruan HighlanesTwo boys called WEBBER and GERMAN, of St. Mawes, were charged with theft in an orchard at St. Mawes, and being convicted, were fined altogether 13s.6d. each, and cautioned to be more honest in their future conduct, or they would certainly be committed to the house of correction, it being necessary to exhibit after this, a severe example, to counteract the increasing depravity of the borough.   A case of poaching and a few other matters, were afterwards disposed of. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
GERMANTheodoreJan1879Marriage St Just in RoselandGERMAN – HACKETT. – At St. Just-in-Roseland, Theodore, second son of the late Mr. John German, builder etc, to Miss Alice Hackett, of London. Royal Cornwall Gazette 28th Jan 1881
GERMANWilliam22-Mar1854Inquest St MawesOn Wednesday, at St. Mawes, on the body of William GERMAN, of that place, aged 22 years.  The deceased had been employed as a boatman in the Coast Guard service, stationed at St. Mawes for about six weeks.  On Monday afternoon last, when off (.....?) Point, in the "Alarm," revenue cruiser, he was (on?) the platform gangway throwing the lead to ascertain the depth of water.  After he had drawn in his line and was coming down from thence the wind took the mainsail on the port side, and caused the boat to jibe.  The mainsail struck deceased and knocked him overboard.  Every exertion was made to save him, but he sank before assistance could reach him, and was not seen to rise again.  The body was crept up near the same spot the following afternoon.  Verdict, "accidentally drowned." West Briton 24th Mar 1854
GREEN(son)23-Sep1855Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 23rd ult., the wife of Capt. J. GREEN, of a son. West Briton 5th Oct 1855
GREEN(dau)11-Aug1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on tuesday last, the wife of Mr. Charles GREEN, of a daughter. West Briton 14th Aug 1857
GREEN(son)17-Mar1879Birth St MawesGREEN – At St. Mawes, March 17, the wife of William Henry Green, Trinity pilot, of a son. Royal Cornwall Gazette 28th Mar 1879
GREENFlorence(22-Nov)1849Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, Capt. John MARRICK, of Wales, to Florence, youngest daughter of Mr. Charles GREEN, innkeeper, St. Mawes. West Briton 30th Nov 1849
GREENJaneJan1881Death St MawesGREEN – At Rose Villa, St. Mawes, Jane, wife of Mr. Joseph Green, master mariner, aged 75 years. Royal Cornwall Gazette 28th Jan 1881
GREENJoseph01-Sep1856Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph GREEN, aged 44 years. West Briton 5th Sept 1856
GREETElizabeth15-Aug1885Burial BodminC.C. Asylum, formerly of St Just in RoselandLDS film 1545323 img 550
HANCOCK(son)17-Mar1855Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes on the 17th, the wife of Mr. J. HANCOCK, of a son. West Briton 30th Mar 1855
HANCOCK(Mrs)Apr1851Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, Mrs. HANCOCK, aged 68 yearsWest Briton 2nd May 1851
HANCOCKJoseph01-Mar1849Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 1st inst., Mr. Joseph Hancock, innkeeper, aged 64. Royal Cornwall Gazette 16th Mar 1849
HANCOCKSarah01-Jun1854marriage TywardreathAt Tywardreath, on the 1st instant, Mr. J. HITCHINGS, Master, R.N., to Sarah, oldest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph HANCOCK, of St. Mawes. West Briton 9th June 1854
HARRIS(son)08-Dec1855Birth St Just in RoselandAt Trevennel, in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, on the 8th instant, the wife of Mr. Robert HARRIS, of a son. West Briton 21st Dec 1855
HARRISMargaret06-Apr1851Death St Just in RoselandAt St. Just Lane, in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, on Sunday last, Margaret, relict of the late Mr. John HARRIS, of Treverras, in that parish, aged 85 years. West Briton 11th Apr 1851
HARVEY(dau)15-Dec1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 15th instant, the wife of Mr. Thos. HARVEY, of a daughter West Briton 25th Dec 1857
HASWELL(Lieut.)05-Oct1849Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, the wife of Lieut. HASWELL, of the Coast Guard, of a daughter. West Briton 12th Oct 1849
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02-Aug1852Petty Sessions VeryanRIGHT OF CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICERS TO SEARCH THE PERSON - At the Petty Sessions held at Veryan on Monday last, CARDIGAN MURPHY, a coast guard man on the St. Mawes station, was brought before the bench for having gone into a public-house in St. Just, and meeting a person called WHISTON, and proceeding to search him for smuggled goods; but, finding nothing contraband about him, he left the house.  Shortly afterwards, Whiston quitted, but had not walked many yards, when he again met Murphy, who stopped him and went on to search him a second time, but again finding nothing  on him, left him.   Whiston, the following day, obtained a summons, and the case coming before the magistrates, the ultra-officious coast guard man was fined 50s. and the costs [under a new Act], which provides that any person in the employment of the customs, attempting to search any one personally, without having reasonable ground of suspicion, shall be liable to a fine of GBP 10.  The magistrates humanely mitigated the penalty, as it was the first case under this Act of Parliament which had come before them.     LIEUT. HASWELL, of the St. Mawes station, was present at the examination, and endeavoured to repudiate the character of the prosecutor, but this was overruled by the bench, the letter of the act being clear.   We think it due to the character of the coast guard men, however, as a body, to bear testimony to their general orderly and decent deportment towards the inhabitants at their respective stations. Their demeanour is mostly very correct, and their assistance often very useful to the community. West Briton 6th Aug 1852
HICKS(son)11-Jan1856Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 11th instant, the wife of Mr. EDWARD HICKS, a son. West Briton 25th Jan 1856
HICKS(son)25-Feb1857Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Wednesday the 25th ult., the wife of Mr. Edward HICKS, of H.M. Customs, of a son. West Briton 6th Mar 1857
HICKSEdward17-Oct1854Marriage KenwynAt Kenwyn, on the 17th instant, Mr. Edward HICKS, of H. M. Customs, St. Mawes, to Miss Ann LIBBY, of Truro. West Briton 27th Oct 1854
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14-Apr1857 Notice St Just in RoselandWHEREAS MY WIFE, CATHERINE HICKS, on the 8th of April instant, left my house, situate at Messack, in the parish of St. Just in Roseland, in the county of Cornwall. Now I hereby give notice that I will not be answerable for any debts whatever which she may contract after this public notice. WM. HICKS, dated 14th April, 1857 West Briton 17th Apr 1857
HILL(Mary)31-Oct1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 31st ult., the widow of the late Mr. John HILL, of St. Anthony. West Briton 16th Nov 1855
HILLHarriet30-Aug1855Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St.Just in Roseland, on the 30ult., Mr. James PORTER, of Michell, Canada West, North America, to Harriet, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Peter HILL, of Flushing, master in the old post office packet service. West Briton 7th Sep 1855
HITCHINGSJoseph01-Jun1856Death JamaicaAt Jamaica, on the 1st of June last, Mr. Joseph HITCHINGS, Master of H. M. ship "Termagant," aged 36 years. He was a native of St. Mawes, and was beloved by all his brother officers. West Briton 4th July 1856
HOOKER(Mrs) 1853/54Death NewtonAt Newton, near St. Mawes, Mrs. HOOKER, aged 75 years. West Briton 6th Jan 1854
HOOKERAmelia06-Apr 1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas N. TIDDY, innkeeper, of St. Just Lane, To Miss Amelia HOOKER, of St. MawesWest Briton 11th Apr 1851
HOOKERThomas08-Feb1856Death St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Friday last, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, Mr. THOMAS HOOKER, aged 69 years. West Briton 15th Feb 1856
ISABLE-10-Jul1851Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 10th instant, the wife of Mr. John ISABLE, of a son. West Briton 18th Jul 1851
ISSABLEJohn??-Feb1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, Mr. John ISSABLE, mason, to Miss Elizabeth KINSMAN, both of St. Mawes. (recorded in PRs on 6th Feb)West Briton 28th Feb 1851
JAMESElizabeth04-Nov1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. C. W. CARLYON, Mr. Joseph J. JAMES, chemist and druggist, of Lemon Street, Truro, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. JAMES, of Newton, near St. Mawes.West Briton 7th Nov 1851
JAMESJane11-Apr1852Death NewtonAt Newton, near St. Mawes, on Sunday last, JANE, relict of the late Mr. JAMES JAMES, aged 85 years. West Briton 16th April 1852
JENKINC (Mr)01-Jun1852Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland on the 1st instant, Mr. C. JENKIN to Miss L. LOWER, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 11th Jun 1852
JENKINC J (Miss)23-Feb1854Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 23rd ult., Miss C. J. JENKIN, aged 22 years. West Briton 10th Mar 1854
JENKINMatthew21-Oct1856Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 21st instant, Mr. Matthew JENKIN, aged 83 years. West Briton 31st Oct 1856
JENKINRobert (Mr)09-Oct1871Accident St MawesAccident - On Monday Mr. Robert Jenkin, of St Mawes, met with a painful accident by running a very large sized fish-hook into his right eye. It appears that he was in the act of passing through the back kitchen of his residence, where the hook was suspended from the ceiling by a piece of string when it came in contact with his eye, entering deeply into the flesh, just clearing the ball. Dr. Harding attended, and after some difficulty succeeded in extracting the hook. There is every hope that the sight will not be injured. Royal Cornwall Gazette 14th Oct 1871
JENKINSusan Sophia23-Nov1852Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent Chapel, Portscatha, on Tuesday last, Mr. WILLIAM PETERS to Miss SUSAN SOPHIA JENKIN, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 23rd Nov 1852
JENKINWilliam Lower22-Jan1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 22nd ult., William Lower, infant son of Mr. Charles JENKIN. West Briton 2nd Feb 1855
JENKINGJames14-Nov1856Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, Mr. James JENKING, aged 18 years. West Briton 21st Nov 1865
KINSMAN(dau)16-Jun1855Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 16th instant, the wife of Mr. Simon KINSMAN, of a daughter. West Briton 29th Jun 1855
KINSMAN(son)16-Oct1856Birth St MawesAt St.Mawes, on the 16th instant, the wife of Mr. Simon KINSMAN, of a son. West Briton 24th Oct 1856
KINSMANElizabeth??-Feb1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, Mr. John ISSABLE, mason, to Miss Elizabeth KINSMAN, both of St. Mawes. (recorded in PRs on 6th Feb)West Briton 28th Feb 1851
KINSMANSimon28-Aug1854Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 28th ult., Mr. Simon KINSMAN to Miss Emily WATTS, of St. Mawes. West Briton 8th Sep 1854
KITT(son)28-Nov1856 Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 22nd ult., the wife of Mr. T. DOTSON, of a son; on the 28th, the wife of Mr. KITT, of a son; and the wife of Mr. J. J. VINCENT, of a son. West Briton 12th Dec 1856
KRABBE(dau)30-Jun1855Birth St MawesAt Newton House, St. Mawes, on the 30 ult., the wife of Mr. Frederick J. KRABBE, R. N., of a daughter. West Briton 13th Jul 1855
LANGLANDAlexander26-Dec1856Inquest St MawesThe following inquests have been held by Mr. CARLYON county coroner:
On Friday, the 26th ult., at St. Mawes, on the body of Alexander LANGLAND, aged 30 years. The deceased was a gunner and driver in the Royal Artillery stationed at St. Mawes castle and from the evidence of John WOODWARD, a bombardier of the same service, who had charge of the men at the castle, it appeared that the deceased and another man called Richard CAIRNES were not present at the tattoo at half-past eight on Wednesday evening; but about half-past eleven he was sitting in his quarters and heard a noise outside; and on going out he saw gunner Cairnes on the drawbridge, looking over it. Witness asked what he was doing there; he replied that he came over the wall and he thought the deceased had fallen into the ditch. Witness looked into the ditch and saw something lying on the ground; deceased's jacket was open and he saw the breast of his shirt. Witness immediately unlocked the door leading to the ditch, and raised the deceased to a sitting posture, and left him with Cairnes until he got further assistance; he was cold and speechless.
As soon as assistance arrived he was carried into the castle and laid on the first bed. Mr. HARDING, surgeon, was sent for from St. Mawes, and attended him; but he died from the injuries he had received between three and four o’clock on the following morning.
Richard CAIRNES, gunner R.A., deposed that he and the deceased left the castle on Wednesday evening between six and seven o'clock and remained at St. Mawes till eleven; they then returned to the castle; deceased was the worse for liquor but was able to walk without assistance, and they had both drank alike.
On arriving at the castle, witness got over the wall near the castle ditch, and deceased attempted to follow him; he saw him on the top of the wall and saw him fall from thence into the ditch, a depth of about twenty-seven feet. It appeared that the deceased before he died recovered sufficiently to be able to tell those who were near him that he had fallen in the way described, and he hoped it would be a warning to others.
Verdict, accidental death. The jury at the same time expressed a hope that some steps would be taken to confine the men to the castle after hours, so as to prevent the recurrence of such an accident.
West Briton 2nd Jan 1857
LAWRYGrace01-Jun1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt ST.JUST in ROSELAND, on the 1st instant, Mr. Thomas BENNETTO, of FALMOUTH, to Miss Grace LAWRY, of ST.MAWES. West Briton 13th June 1851
LIBBYEliza24-May1855Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. C.W. CARLYON, Thomas, second son of Thomas JAMES, Esq., banker, of the Haymarket, London, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Samuel LIBBY, Esq., R.N., of St. Mawes. West Briton 1st Jun 1855
LIBBYEmma17-Jun1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 17th instant, Emma, youngest daughter of Mr. Samuel LIBBY, R.N., aged 16 years. West Briton 29th Jun 1855
LOWERL (Miss)01-Jun1852Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 31st ult., Capt. RICHARD HICKS, of St. Anthony, to Miss SARAH RICE, of St. Mawes; and on the 1st instant, Mr. C. JENKIN to Miss L. LOWER, both o St. Mawes. West Briton 11th Jun 1852
LOWRY(dau)21-Jun1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Sunday last, the infant daughter of Mr. F. LOWRY West Briton 26th Jun 1857
LOWRYH.H. (Mr)19-Oct1849Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, Mr. H. H. LOWRY, for many years the town crier. West Briton 26th Oct 1849
MARRACKEliza-1856Marriage LondonIn London, Mr. RICHARD HEWETT, of Penzance, to ELIZA, third daughter of the late Mr. MARRACK, formerly of St. Just in Roseland, and of Sancreed.West Briton 3rd Oct 1856
MARTINSophia26-Mar1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 26th ult.,  Mrs. Sophia MARTIN, at an advanced age.West Briton 13th Apr 1855
MENEERW.30-Apr1857Death ChacewaterAt Salem near Chacewater, on Thursday last, Mr. W. MENEER, late of St. Mawes, aged 22 years. West Briton 8th May 1857
MICHELRalph07-Nov1883Marriage  MICHEL – TANK. – November 7, Mr. Ralph Michel, retired farmer, Nanshut-hall, near St. Mawes, to Mrs. Jane Tregaskis Tank, relict of Mr. Tank, of Comerrans Farm. Royal Cornwall Gazette 23rd Nov 1883
MITCHELL(dau)??-Feb1851Birth St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, the wife of Mr. Ralph MITCHELL, of a daughter. West Briton 28th Feb 1851
MITCHELLJohn26-Sep1854Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 26th ult., Mr. John MITCHELL, of Nanshutall, in that parish, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Capt. Thomas JONES, of Swansea.  West Briton 6th Oct 1854
NANCARROWJohn28-Oct1854Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 28th ult., Mr. John NANCARROW, of H.M. Customs, St. Mawes, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. William PETERS, of St. Mawes. West Briton 10th Nov 1854
NAPTOND. (Miss)05-Aug1857Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas CROWLE, of Feock, to Miss D. NAPTON, of St. Mawes. West Briton 7th Aug 1857
ODGERS(son)17-Mar1855Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 17th instant, the wife of Mr. W. ODGERS, of a sonWest Briton 30th Mar 1855
PARSONSP. (Rev)11-Sep1851Accident St MawesACCIDENT - On Thursday evening the 11th instant, as the REV. P. PARSONS, Wesleyan Minister, St. Mawes was returning from his appointment, his horse started at some gipsy tents, near the road, between Trewithian and Tregear. He was thrown off, and his head severely cut. After lying there nearly an hour, he was found and removed to the house of Mr. E. H., HILL, where every kindness was shewn to him. He was afterwards conveyed to his own residence. West Briton 19th Sep 1851
PASCOE(son)22-Oct1852Birth St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Friday last, the wife of Mr. JAGO PASCOE, a son, and the wife of Mr. THOMAS COUCH, a daughter. West Briton 29th Oct 1852
PASCOE(son)22-Mar1857Birth St Just in RoselandIn the parish of St. Just in Roseland, on Sunday last, the wife of Mr. Matthew PASCO, of a son West Briton 27th Mar 1857
PASCOEGeorge04-Jul1857Death St Just in RoselandAt St. Just Lane, Mr. George PASCO, aged 29 years. West Briton 10th Jul 1857
PASCOEJohn03-Sep1849Petty Sessions Ruan HighlanesJOHN PASCOE of St. Just, aged 17, was brought up for an aggravated and indecent assault upon an aged woman, called ELIZABETH BELLMAN, a widow. The features of the case strongly indicated a criminal intent, but peculiar circumstances induced the magistrates to levy a fine of GBP 4 and costs, in default of payment of which he was committed to Bodmin jail for two calendar months. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
PASCOEWilliam10-Jan1857Death St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Saturday last, Mr. William PASCO, aged 76 years. West Briton 16th Jan 1857
PASCOEW. H.Aug1872Death St MawesPASCOE – At St Just-lane, St. Mawes, after a lingering illness, Mr. W. H. Pascoe, eldest son of Mr. S. Pascoe, maltster, aged 35. Royal Cornwall Gazette 17th Aug 1872
PEARCENancy10-Jun1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 10th instant, Miss Nancy PEARCE, aged 79 years West Briton 26th Jun 1857
PETERS(dau)Jun1857Birth St MawesAt St Mawes, the wife of Mr. John PETERS of a daughter West Briton 19th Jun 1857
PETERS(son)7-Jun1857Birth St MawesAt St Mawes, on the 7th instant, the wife of Mr. W. PETERS, of a son. West Briton 19th Jun 1857
PETERSMary28-Oct1854Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 28th ult., Mr. John NANCARROW, of H.M. Customs, St. Mawes, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. William PETERS, of St. Mawes. West Briton 10th Nov 1854
PETERSPhilippa22-Dec1852Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 22nd instant, aged 73 years, Mrs. PHILIPPA PETERS, wife of Mr. J. PETERS, postmaster of that place for the last thirty years;- she was of active business habits, very just in her dealings, and friendly to the poor, amongst whom she will be much missed. West Briton 31st Dec 1852
PETERSWilliam23-Nov1852Marriage PortscathaAt the Independent Chapel, Portscatha, on Tuesday last, Mr. WILLIAM PETERS to Miss SUSAN SOPHIA JENKIN, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 23rd Nov 1852
POMERY(son)Aug1856Birth St Just in RoselandAt TREGREARVEAN, in the parish of ST.JUST in ROSELAND, last week, the wife of Mr. James POMERY, of a son. West Briton 8th Aug 1856
PRESANTT (Lieut-Col)18-Apr1885 Death St MawesPRESANT – At St. Mawes, April 18, Lieut. – Col. T. Presant, R.A., aged 59. Royal Cornwall Gazette 1st May 1885
PUCKLEE. (Rev)Dec1850Emigration Canterbury NZTHE CANTERBURY SETTLEMENT  - The four vessels that sailed In September last for this new establishment arrived safe at their destination, and it is somewhat singular that three out of the four reached their port, within twelve hours of each other, on the 16th of December. The fourth, the "CRESSY," was eleven days after the others. They had a most prosperous voyage. The REV. E . PUCKLE sailed in the "RANDOLPH," and the passengers and crew of that vessel sent a deputation, unknown to Mr. Puckle, to wait on the REV. DR. SELWYN, the Bishop of New Zealand, to express their great affection for, and admiration of, the reverend gentleman's Zeal and christianlike demeanour to the whole of the numerous ship's company, that he had preserved harmony and peace throughout the voyage, and promoted the comfort and happiness of all.  
The Bishop in reply said he was delighted to receive this testimony to Mr. Puckle's merits, he had heard of the unity that had prevailed on board of the "Randolph," and he was highly pleased that the reverend gentleman had been able to carry out, his, the bishop's, views, stated in one of his lordship's letters to England, and the "he had so knit all hearts as to have brought his flock with him."  The bishop subsequently gave Mr. Puckle a most cordial and flattering reception, and we have no doubt that he will prove one of the most efficient and useful persons in the construction of this new colony. The circumstances which led to Mr. Puckle's removal from St. Mawes, have thus, as we are glad to learn, indirectly contributed to his own benefit, and to the general advantage of an interesting community.
West Briton 13th Jun 1851
PYECharles25-Sep1743Ordination St Justsee Charles Pye Ordination deed  
REEDN.03-Apr1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 3rd instant, Mr. N. REED, late of Truro, aged 64 years. West Briton 13th April 1855
RICE-17-Jun1854Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. Hugh RICE, jun., aged 31 years. West Briton 23rd Jun 1854
RICEHughApr1851Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, Mr. Hugh RICE, auctioneer, aged 66 years. West Briton 2nd May 1851
RICESarah31-May1852Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland on the 31st ult., Capt. RICHARD HICKS, of St. Anthony, to Miss SARAH RICE, of St. Mawes. West Briton 11th Jun 1852
RICEWilliam Henry15-Mar1855Marriage GerransAt Gerrans, on the 15th instant, William Henry, youngest son of the late Mr. Hugh RICE, of St. Mawes, to Dorothy Benson, only surviving daughter of Mr. Samuel THOMAS, of Metherscolling, in the former parish. West Briton 23rd Mar 1855
RICKARDBlitchford14-Dec1861Death St MawesAt Tregorland, near St. Mawes, on Saturday last, Mr. Blitchford Rickeard, aged 38. Royal Cornwall Gazette 20th Dec 1861
RICKARDF. B.04-Nov1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 4th instant, Mr. F. B. RICKARD, of Trethen, to Miss Emily WHITFORD, of Messack. West Briton 4th Nov 1851
RICKARDJohn08-Apr1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland on the Tuesday, Mr. John RICKARD, of Trethern, to Miss Caroline WHITFORD, of Messack. West Briton 11th Apr 1851
ROBERTSJohn13-Dec1861Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Thursday, the 13th inst., Mr. John Roberts, aged 77 years. Royal Cornwall Gazette 20th Dec 1861
RODDHarriet17-May1855Death St Stephens by LauncestonAt St. Stephens by Launceston, on the 17th instant, Harriet, widow of the Rev. Edward RODD, formerly rector of St. Just in Roseland, and late of Trebartha Hall, in this county.  Mrs. RODD's sympathy and innate benevolence unceasingly and unsparingly exerted amongst the sick and the distressed will create a lasting and grateful remembrance of her many virtues.  Generous, tolerant, and expansive, her charities embraced all shades and all classes.  While mitigating the pangs of the suffering, and alleviating the achings of the destitute, she reaped deservedly the soul’s balmy reward, in the enjoyment of the “luxury of doing good.”  She administered comfort in each locality in which she had resided, and where the name will long be a subject and a source of veneration and esteem. West Briton 25th May 1855
SHERROCKJoseph05-Aug1852Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 5th instant, Mr. JOSEPH SHERROCK to Miss ELIZABETH CHYNOWETH, both of St. Mawes. West Briton 20th Aug 1852
SHERROCKJ. (Mr)12-Sep1852Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 12th instant, the wife of Mr. J. SHERROCK, a daughter. West Briton 24th Sep 1852
SIGHHugh12-Mar1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 12th instant, Mr. Hugh Sigh, aged 85 years West Briton 27th Mar 1857
SIMPSON(son)27-Apr1858Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Tuesday last, the wife of the Rev. J. SIMPSON, Weslyan minister, of a son. West Briton 30th Apr 1858
SINGER(dau)12-Oct1854Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 10th  inst., the wife of Mr. E. SINGER, of a daughter. Royal Cornwall Gazette 13th Oct 1854
SMITHMary Ann28-May1858Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. Robert SMITH, of the "Ship and Castle Inn," aged 60 years. West Briton 4th June 1858
SNOW(son)27-Jun1856Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 27th ult., the infant son of Mr. W. SNOW. West Briton 11th July 1856
SPRAKE(dau)09-Jan1855Injury St MawesCHILD BURNT - A little girl, daughter of MR. SPRAKE, was in her grandfather’s house at St. Mawes on the 9th instant, playing with some children, when her clothes were unfortunately set on fire.  She rushed out of the house through the street to her father’s house, by which time most of her clothes were burnt, and before the flames could be extinguished she was greatly injured. She has since been under the care of MR. BOYNE, surgeon. West Briton 19th Jan 1855
SPRAKEElizabeth08-Nov1855Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 8th instant, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John SPRAKE, aged 19 years. West Briton 23rd Nov 1855
STEPHoratio11-Jan1856Assault St MawesASSAULT BY DRUNKEN SOLDIERS Two of the soldiers belonging to the Militia, a party of whom are stationed at St. Mawes Castle, have been charged before the magistrates with being drunk and assaulting HORATIO STEP, a constable in the execution of his duty, by striking him with one of their belts, and threatening to murder him.   The picket was obliged to be called out, and we are sorry to record, that it appeared from the evidence of Mr. Step, that this brought rather an accumulation of his enemies than a reinforcement to add to the security of his position, and after volleys of oaths, imprecations and menaces, he returned in safety to his home. Great credit is due to this intelligent and intrepid officer, for his public spirit on this occasion, and his activity and determination in vindicating the law by bringing the offenders before the court. One of the parties was fined ten shillings, and the other five shillings, with the costs in both cases, and a notice from the bench, that any future similar cases would be visited by much heavier penalties.   It is of the highest importance to society at large that constables, and all executors of the laws, should receive essential protection, for of what use is it for senates to make statutes to preserve property and life if they do not impart special safeguards to those, who, as Punch says, are the "finishers of the law." West Briton 11th Jan 1856
SYMONSHenry & PhillippaNov1850Death at seaWHEREAS, HENRY SYMONS, late of St. Mawes, master of the Merchant Ship "Golden Eagle," and PHILLIPPA his Wife, are supposed to have been drowned together in November last, when the said ship was wrecked on the Haaks off the coast of Holland.  Whoever will give any specific information respecting the death of the said Persons or either of them, to Mr. JOHN SYMONS, Hungerford Wharf, Strand, will be rewarded for his trouble. West Briton 15th Aug 1851
TANKJane Tregaskis07-Nov1883 Marriage  MICHEL – TANK. – November 7, Mr. Ralph Michel, retired farmer, Nanshut-hall, near St. Mawes, to Mrs. Jane Tregaskis Tank, relict of Mr. Tank, of Comerrans Farm. Royal Cornwall Gazette 23rd Nov 1883
TEDDYMary??-Mar1851Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, last week, Mrs. Mary TEDDY, widow, aged 50 years. West Briton 4th Apr 1851
THOMAS-10-Nov 1854Injury St MawesACCIDENT AT ST. MAWES CASTLE  -  On Friday last, as a workman called THOMAS, employed on the works at St. Mawes Castle, was excavating, a quantity of earth came away suddenly and fell upon him, crushed in three ribs and broke one of his legs.  Mr. MILLER, surgeon, of Falmouth, attended to the injuries, and we understand that although he now is 64 years of age, he is progressing very favourably. West Briton 17th Nov 1854
THOMAS(son)08-Feb1856Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 8th instant, the wife of Mr. JOHN THOMAS, a son West Briton 22nd Feb 1856
THOMAS- (son)16-Jun1883Birth St MawesTHOMAS – At Bohillo, St. Mawes, June 16, the wife of Mr. E. Thomas, of a son. Royal Cornwall Gazette 22nd Jun 1883
THOMASMartha02-Aug1856Death St Just in RoselandAt BOSCAIN, in the parish of ST.JUST in ROSELAND, on Saturday last, Miss Martha THOMAS, aged 24 yearsWest Briton 8th Aug 1856
THOMASWilliam20-Sep1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Sunday last, Mr. William THOMAS, aged 32 years. West Briton 25th Sept 1857
TIDDY(Miss)12-Jun1856Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 12th instant, Mr. THOMAS TRUSCOTT, of Falmouth, to Miss TIDDY, of Lane, in the former parish. West Briton 20th Jun 1856
TIDDYThomas N.06-Apr1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on Sunday last, Mr. Thomas N. TIDDY, innkeeper, of St. Just Lane, To Miss Amelia HOOKER, of St. MawesWest Briton 11th Apr 1851
TREGEAGLE
VEACH
William
James
16-Nov1855Inquest St MawesCORONERS' INQUESTS  -  The following inquests have been held before Mr. JOHN CARLYON, county coroner:-   ... On the same day {Friday 16th} at St. Mawes, on the body of JAMES VEACH, a master mason of Truro aged 55 years, who was killed last Thursday afternoon at Place, in the parish of St. Anthony, whilst he and one of the workmen, called WILLIAM TREGEAGLE, were employed in pulling down an old house on the grounds of Sir SAMUEL SPRY.  The front wall was built partly of stone and partly of cob, and from the evidence of William Tregeagle it appeared that at the time of the unfortunate occurrence they were undermining a portion of it, about 16 feet long and between 9 and 10 feet high at each end.  Witness when he had nearly got through his end gave the wall a blow, and observing it shake and inclined to fall, called the deceased to get out of the way, but he jumped from the board on which he was standing in a wrong direction, and in attempting to escape the wall fell on him and he was crushed underneath it.  Assistance was immediately at hand and he was extricated in about three minutes, but life was extinct.  Verdict, "accidental death." West Briton 23rd Nov 1855
TRUSCOTT
DARBY
 Jan1858Law suit BodminBodmin County Court - TRUSCOTT v. DARBY.  This action was brought to recover the sum of GBP2 for damages, for the unlawful detention of THOMAS WHITELOCK, he being the lawful apprentice of plaintiff, who formerly carried on business of a shipwright at Falmouth, and subsequently removed to St. Mawes, after which the apprentice obtained employment of DARBY, the defendant.  The case was left to Mr. JOHN TRETHOWAN, a shipwright at Falmouth, who awarded that plaintiff was entitled to the services of the apprentice, and that he should allow him 2s. 6d. per week extra wages in consideration of the master removing to St. Mawes, and which sum was to be continued to be paid the apprentice until the expiration of his apprenticeship, to meet the extra expense he would be subject to in consequence of his having to remove from Falmouth to St. Mawes. West Briton 22nd Jan 1858
VARCOEPhilip21-Nov1856Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Friday last, Mr. Philip VARCOE, mason, aged 81 years. West Briton 28th Nov 1856
VINCENT(Mr)24-Oct1849Incident off St Anthony's HeadNARROW ESCAPE  - On Wednesday se'nnight, in the evening, a gig belonging to MR. VINCENT, with five pilots on board, was upset off St. Anthony's lighthouse when returning to St. Mawes from the bay. The wind was blowing strong from the south-west, and a heavy sea was running; but fortunately MR. DASH, another pilot, was not far off in a punt with two men, and on seeing the accident they went to assist, and got the five men into their little punt, two of them being nearly exhausted. They then rowed the boat, with the eight men in her, and a quantity of water, stern before, unto they cleared St. Anthony Point. West Briton 2nd Nov 1849
VINCENT(Mr)28-Dec1849Incident St MawesSUSPENSION OF PILOTS  -  We understand that Mr. VINCENT, of St. Mawes, and the other pilots on board his pilot boat at the time of speaking the “Mary,” of Dartmouth, lost near Falmouth about a fortnight since, are suspended from acting till some further investigation has taken place relative to the charges against them for not taking the ship under their care. West Briton 28th Dec 1849
VINCENT(Mrs)13-Dec1852Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Monday last, Mrs. VINCENT, relict of the late Mr. HENRY VINCENT, aged 85 years. West Briton 17th Dec 1852
VINCENT(son)28-Nov1856 Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 22nd ult., the wife of Mr. T. DOTSON, of a son; on the 28th, the wife of Mr. KITT, of a son; and the wife of Mr. J. J. VINCENT, of a son. West Briton 12th Dec 1856
VINCENT(son)06-Jan1858Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Wednesday last, the wife of Mr. W. VINCENT, of a son. West Briton 8th Jan 1858
VINCENTJoseph 1858Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, aged 33 years, Mr. Joseph VINCENT. West Briton 5th Mar 1858
WARRENGeorgeApr1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, last week, Mr. George WARREN. West Briton 17th Apr 1857
WATTSElizabeth31-May1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt ST.JUST in ROSELAND, on the 31st ult., Mr. William COLLINS, of H. M. Customs, DUBLIN, to Miss Elizabeth WATTS West Briton 13th June 1851
WATTSEmily28-Aug1854Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 28th ult., Mr. Simon KINSMAN to Miss Emily WATTS, of St. Mawes. West Briton 8th Sep 1854
WEBBER-03-Sep1849Petty Sessions Ruan HighlanesTwo boys called WEBBER and GERMAN, of St. Mawes, were charged with theft in an orchard at St. Mawes, and being convicted, were fined altogether 13s.6d. each, and cautioned to be more honest in their future conduct, or they would certainly be committed to the house of correction, it being necessary to exhibit after this, a severe example, to counteract the increasing depravity of the borough.   A case of poaching and a few other matters, were afterwards disposed of. West Briton 7th Sep 1849
WEBBER(son)26-Oct1852Birth St MawesAt St. Mawes, on the 26th ult., the wife of Mr. G. WEBBER, a son.  West Briton 5th Nov 1852
WEBSTER(Mr)July1857Transfer St MawesTHE CUSTOMS - Mr. WEBSTER, tide-surveyor on the St. Mawes station, has been appointed on promotion to Leith. Mr. BANKS, from Newport, Monmouthshire, has been appointed in his stead. West Briton 31st July 1857
WHITEPhilippa15-Feb1857Death St MawesAt St. Mawes, on Sunday last, Philippa, the wife of Mr. John WHITE. (repeated in 27th Feb 1857 issue with addition of '...Mr John White, mariner, aged 34 years')West Briton 20th Feb 1857
WHITFORDAnn G.11-Dec1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 11th instant, Mr. Christopher WHITFORD, of Probus,to Miss Ann G. WHITFORD, of the former parish. West Briton 26th Dec 1851
WHITFORDCaroline08-Apr1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland on the Tuesday, Mr. John RICKARD, of Trethern, to Miss Caroline WHITFORD, of Messack.West Briton 11th Apr 1851
WHITFORDEmily04-Nov1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, on the 4th instant, Mr. F. b. RICKARD, of Trethen, to Miss Emily WHITFORD, of Messack. West Briton 4th Nov 1851
WHITFORDLOUISAJul?1851Marriage St Just in RoselandAt St. Just in Roseland, Mr. John CHYNOWETH to Miss Louisa WHITFORD, both of that place. West Briton 18th Jul 1851
WILLIAMSJaneApr1858Death St Just in RoselandAt St. Just Lane, in Roseland, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. William WILLIAMS, aged 24 years. West Briton 30th Apr 1858

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