KENT PEOPLE IN BRITISH NEWSPAPER

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1800-1810    1811-1815    1816-1820    1821-1822

1800-1810

Monday, 17 March 1800, Portsmouth Telegraph 23 –
MARRIAGES – On Saturday se’nnight, at Streatham, Sainsbury Langford SAINSBURY, Esq, of Highgate, to Miss HUTTON, of Parrock, in the County of Kent.

Tuesday, 8 April 1800, Hull Packet 674 –
DEATHS – Lately, the Rev William WILSON, rector of Keystone, in Kent, and vicar of Marton-cum-Grafton, in Yorkshire.

Saturday, 5 July 1800, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2462 –
MARRIAGES – Lieutenant-Colonel DYKE, of the West Kent Regiment of Militia, to Mrs CLARKE, widow of the late William CLARKE, Esq.

Tuesday, 2 September 1800, Hull Packet 695 –
DEATHS – On Monday evening last, at her house in Portman-square, London, Mrs MONTAGU, relict of the late Mr Edward MONTAGU, Esq, grandson to the first Earl of Sandwich;  daughter of Matthew ROBINSON, Esq;  late of West Layton in the county of York, and of Horton in Kent, and sister to the present Lord ROKEBY.  Mrs MONTAGU patiently resigned her meritorious life, at a very advanced age.

Tuesday, 19 May 1801, Hull Packet 749 -
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday last, at St George’s church, Hanover-square, Thomas MAUDE, Esq, of Burly-House in the county of York, to Miss JEMMETT, daughter of William JEMMETT, Esq, of Ashford, in Kent. 

Saturday, 19 September 1801, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2325 –
DEATHS – Suddenly, on Monday morning last, at their house near the Green Man Turnpike, Kent Road, Mrs ROLLS, the lady of John ROLLS, Esq, one of the Magistrates for the county of Surrey.  The effect on Mr ROLLS was such, that he languished under an apparent despondency until Tuesday afternoon, about five o’clock, when he expired.  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.

Saturday, 5 December 1801, Morning Chronicle 10154 –
DEATHS – On the 30th ultimate, at Marston, near Sittingbourn, in the county of Kent, the Rev John Hargrove STANDEN, Rector of Marston.

Friday, 18 December 1801, Morning Chronicle 10165 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday the 15th, at Ospringe in Kent, Edward TOKER, Esq, eldest son of John TOKER, Esq, of the Oaks, to Miss Clarissa Champion CRESPIGNY, daughter of Philip Champion CRESPIGNY, of Aldborough, in Suffolk.

Wednesday, 27 January 1802, Aberdeen Journal 2820 –
MARRIAGES – Bartholomew FORBES, Esq, of Great Russel-street, to Miss H. STONE, third daughter of Richard STONE, Esq, of Chislehurst, Kent.

Wednesday, 17 February 1802, Aberdeen Journal 2823 –
DEATHS – At Bedgbury, Kent, John CARTER, Esq, Mr HASTING’s predecessor in the Government of Bengal.

Wednesday, 24 February 1802, Aberdeen Journal 2824 –
DEATHS – At Milton, Kent, Captain DELANGE, late of the ‘Ann’ sloop of war.  He was ad-Lieutenant of the ‘Repulse’ during the mutiny at Nore, and it was by his exertion that she was detached from the mutinous ships, after sustaining a heavy fire from two 74’s.  On this occasion, Captain DELANGE lost a leg.

Wednesday, 12 May 1802, Aberdeen Journal 2835 –
MARRIAGES – Captain McMURDO, of the 8th foot, to Miss Jane OTWAY, of Seven Oaks, Kent.

Monday, 31 May 1802, Caledonian Mercury 12594 –
MARRIAGES – At London, on Thursday last, Lord SYDNEY, to Lady Charlotte CLEMENT.  Immediately after the ceremony, the newly wedded pair set off for his Lordship’s seat of Frognell, in Kent.

Thursday, 16 June 1803, Derby Mercury 3714 –
DEATH S- On Thursday, at his house in Lower Grosvenor-street, London, the Rev H.R. COURTENAY, D.D. Lord Bishop and Archdeacon of Exeter, rector of St George’s, Hanover Square, and of Lee, in Kent.

Saturday, 6 August 1803, Morning Chronicle 10674 –
MARRIAGES – On Friday, the 5th instant, at Croydon Church, by the Rev Dr IRELAND, Prebend of Westminster, John SIMPSON, Esq, of Portland-place, and of Fair Lawn, near Seven Oaks, in the County of Kent, to Miss BAKER, daughter of Robert BARKER, Esq, of Croydon.

Tuesday, 20 December 1803, Hull Packet 884 –

DEATHS – On Friday se’nnight, at Burfield, in Berkshire, the Rev William ROBINSON, fifth son of the late Matthew ROBINSON, Esq, of West Layton, Yorkshire, and Mountmorris, Kent, and brother to the late Lord ROKEBY.

Saturday, 21 January 1804, Caledonian Mercury 12851 –
DEATHS – At Lullingstone Castle, Kent, Lady DYKE, in the 71st year of her age.

Thursday, 5 April 1804, Derby Mercury 3756 –
MARRIAGES – On Monday se’nnight, at St Lawrence, Kent, by the Rev J. HARVEY, John WHEATLEY, Esq, Captain of the Nottinghamshire Regiment, to Miss MILLER, only daughter of the late, and sister to the present, Sir John Riggs MILLER, Bart.

Wednesday, 27 June 1804, Aberdeen Journal 2946 –
DEATHS – At the seat of Lord Frederick CAMPBELL, Croombank, Kent, the Viscountess CURSON.

Thursday, 13 September 1804, Derby Mercury 3779 –
NEWS - A few days’ since, the Gardener of Thomas MAY, Esq, of Littleburn Court, Kent, incautiously threw the clippings of a yew tree into the farm-yard, which were soon devoured by the hogs, and in the course of a few hours, 32 of them dropped down dead.  This is inserted merely as a caution to those who are ignorant of the poisonous quality of the yew tree.

DEATHS – On Thursday last, at the Royal Hotel, Pall-Mall, Sir Charles STYLES, Bart, of Wateringbury, Kent.

Tuesday, 18 September 1804, Hull Packet 923 –
MARRIAGES – On Sunday, the 9th instant, at St Mary Magdalen’s Church, Bermondsey, London, Mr Richard HARDING, merchant of New York, to Miss Louisa Ulrika BRANDT, of Lewisham, Kent.

Thursday, 1 November 1804, Caledonian Mercury 12972 –
DEATHS – At Orpington, Kent, Sir Richard GLODE, Knight.  Sir Richard rose from the humble situation of a Journeyman Bricklayer, by his industry and good qualities, to the rank of Sheriff for the county of Middlesex, and city of London, and has left a very ample fortune behind him.

Saturday, 17 November 1804, Caledonian Mercury 12979 –
DEATHS – At the end of last month, was lost on board his Majesty’s ship ‘Glatton’, off the Texel, Mr Henry CHAMBERS, a midshipman belonging to that ship, in the 15th year of his age, and the eldest son of Sir Samuel CHAMBERS, of Updown, Kent.  He was last seen in the evening of the 25th ultimate, and it is conjectured he fell overboard.

Thursday, 14 February 1805, Derby Mercury 3800 –
MARRIAGES – On Thursday, at Mary-le-bone Church, London, F.L. AUSTEN, Esq, of Shippington Park, Kent, to Miss P. CHOLMELEY, of Easton, Lincolnshire.

Saturday, 23 February 1805, Caledonian Mercury 13021 –
DEATHS – At Aylesford, in Kent, on Friday se’nnight, the Dowager Countess of AYLESFORD.

Wednesday, 3 July 1805, Aberdeen Journal 2999 –
DEATHS – At Ashford, Kent, Captain David BETSON, late of the 9th regiment of foot; only son of David BETSON, Esq, of Meikel Beath.

Thursday, 15 August 1805, Caledonian Mercury 13095 –
DEATHS – At her house in Grosvenor Square, London, on Friday afternoon at four o’clock, the very amiable and beautiful Viscountess SYDNEY, was delivered of a son and heir, to the great joy of that noble family; which, with much concern we state, was too soon changed into the most poignant sorrow, for, at seven in the evening, she died.  This Lady was wife to the Right Hon. John Thomas TOWNSEND, Viscount Sydney, of Chislehurst, Kent, and was married in May 1802.  She had been Lady Caroline CLEMENTS, youngest daughter of the late Earl of Leitrim, by Lady Elizabeth SKEFFINGTON, daughter of the fourth Viscount, and first Earl of Maffarene.  This very amiable woman, the present Dowager Countess of Leitrim, has, in the short space of 13 months, lost the best of husbands, her venerable and respected mother, her brother, the late Earl of Maffarene, her beautiful niece, Mrs MILNER, and now her beloved and amiable daughter.

Tuesday, 27 August 1805, Hull Packet 972 –
DEATHS – Thursday morning, at Tunbridge Wells, George Buffy VILLIERS, Earl of Jersey, Viscount Villiers of Dartford, and Baron of Hoo, in Kent, and Viscount Grandisom of Ireland.  His Lordship was in his 71st year.

Monday, 9 September 1805, Hampshire Telegraph 309 –
NEWS – On Friday se’nnight, as Mr ROBINSON, of Sydenham, in Kent, was returning home from town in a one-horse chaise, on his arriving at New Cross Turnpike on the Deptford Road, his horse took fright, and ran with great fury for a considerable distance.  Mr ROBINSON at length leaped out of the chaise, and broke his leg in three places.  He was immediately, by his own desire, conveyed to his house in Sydenham.

Thursday, 24 October 1805, Derby Mercury 3834 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday, the 15th instant, by special licence, at her father’s house at Beckenham, in Kent, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Willoughby GORDON, of the 92d Regiment, Secretary to His Royal Highness, the Commander in Chief, to Miss BENNET.

Saturday, 8 February 1806, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2754 –
DEATHS – At Goodnestone near Wingham, Kent, the Lady of Sir Brook William BRIDGES, Bart.

Saturday, 22 February 1806, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2756 –
MARRIAGE - At St James’s Church, Captain WHEATLEY, Esq, of Lifney, in Kent, to Miss HAWKINS, daughter and co-heiress of the late George Edward HAWKINS, Esq.

Saturday, 8 March 1806, Morning Chronicle 11489 –
MARRIAGES – Thursday, at St Mary-le-bone, by the Rev John Lloyd CROWLEY, Thomas HALLIDAY, Esq, of Wimpole-street, to Maria Margaret, second daughter of the Rev James MORRICE, of Flower, in Northamptonshire, and Betshanger, in Kent.

Saturday, 15 March 1806, Morning Chronicle 11495 –
BANKRUPTS – Jas DALTON, Brasted, Kent, mealman.

Monday, 30 June 1806, Caledonian Mercury 13181 –
DEATHS – June 21, at Lees Court, in Kent, the Right Hon. Lewis Thomas, Lord SONDES; he was in the 53d year of his age; he has left issue four sons and two daughters; he is succeeded in his title and estate by his eldest son, Lewis Richard.

Wednesday, 3 September 1806, Aberdeen Journal 3060 –
DEATHS –
At Beckenham, Kent, the Dowager, Lady DACRE.
At Tunbridge Wells, in her 40th year, the Countess of EDGECOMBE.

 Thursday, 4 September 1806, Derby Mercury 3877 –
MARRIAGES – Monday, at Meopham Church, Kent, Edward KNATCHBULL, Esq, to Miss HONYWOOD, daughter to the late, and sister to the present, Sir John HONYWOOD.

Monday, 13 October 1806, Hampshire Telegraph 366 –
MARRIAGES – At Westport House in Ireland, J. CATOR, Esq, of Beckenham Place, Kent, to Miss MAHON, eldest daughter of R. MAHON, Esq, of Castlegay, and niece to the Marquis of Sligo.

Thursday, 13 November 1806, Caledonian Mercury 13240 –
MARRIAGES – At Geanies House, Ross-shire, on the 6th current, Charles Carter PETLEY, of River-head, Kent, Esq, to Miss Annabella MACLEOD, fifth daughter of Donald MACLEOD, Esq.

Tuesday, 4 August 1807, Hull Packet 1073 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday, the Rev W.J. MARTIN, of Keston, in the county of Kent, to Miss Ann PICARD, youngest daughter of the late Leonard PICARD, of York.

Saturday, 14 November 1807, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2846 –
NEWS – Last Saturday, a division of the 95th regiment, or rifle corps, who lately landed at Portsmouth, from Buenos Ayres, marched into Lewes, on its route to Hythe, in Kent.  The men bear evident marks of the service they have been engaged in, and are but sorrily clothed, many being without stockings, and with caps made up of old garments, that do not above half cover their heads.

Saturday, 23 April 1808, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2869 –
DEATHS – At Howletts, in Kent, Lady YATES, relict of the late Mr Justice YATES, and of Dr THOMAS, late Bishop of Rochester.

Tuesday, 17 May 1808, Morning Chronicle 12170 –
MARRIAGES – At Calcutta, in December last, Charles DAVIDSON, Esq, of the Bengal Civil Establishment, son of John DAVIDSON, Esq, of Chipplehurst, Kent, to Mary, youngest daughter of Thomas TIERNEY, Esq, of Bermondsey, Surrey.

Sunday, 5 June 1808, Hull Packet 1122 –
DEATHS – Last week, at Lee Grove, Kent, in the 18th year of his age, the only son of Wm ETHERINGTON, Esq, of Gainsborough.

Saturday, 27 August 1808, Caledonian Mercury 13523 –
DEATHS – At his house at Wilmington, near Dartford, Kent, on the 20th instant, James CUMMING, Esq, Admiral of the White, aged 70 years.

Tuesday, 30 August 1808, Hull Packet 1129 –
DEATHS – Monday morning, at Lee, in Kent, the Right Hon Lady DACRE.  The mind of her Ladyship was so strongly tinctured with an amiable though romantic enthusiasm, that for several years past she had made it an invariable rule to pay a nocturnal pilgrimage to the tomb of her husband.

Wednesday, 11 January 1809, Aberdeen Journal 3183 –
DEATHS – At Knowlton, Kent, Joseph TURIN, Esq, late of Devonshire Place.

Saturday, 9 September 1809, Leeds Mercury 2303 –
DEATHS – On the 11th ultimate, at Waldershare, in Kent, Lord Henry STUART, fourth son of the Marquis of Rute; and, on the 30th, on her road to town, Lady Henry STUART, his widow, daughter of the late Earl of Grandison.

Tuesday, 12 September 1809, Hull Packet 1183 –
DEATHS – At Maidstone, Kent, on the 26th ult, after a severe illness, since his return from Spain, Major-General Coote MANNINGHAM, Equerry to the King, and Colonel of the 95th, or rifle regiment.

Wednesday, 1 November 1809, Aberdeen Journal 3225 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, in Kent, Mrs Charlotte MILLS, aged 91.  Her shawl catching fire, and communicating to her dress, occasioned her death.

Saturday, 4 November 1809, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 2949 –
DEATHS – At Chilstone Park, in Kent, after a long illness, Caroline, the wife of George BEST, Esq.

Tuesday, 5 December 1809, Hull Packet 1195 –
DEATHS – Lately, at Shorncliffe camp, Kent, Mr STEPHENSON, paymaster of the North York militia, greatly lamented.

Monday, 5 February 1810, Hampshire Telegraph 539 –
MARRIAGES – On Friday, by the Bishop of London, the Rev Bryant BURGESS, of Salisbury-place, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the Rev Matthias RUTTON, of Selling, Kent.

Saturday, 17 February 1810, Leeds Mercury 2326 –
MARRIAGES – On Saturday last, at St Martin’s Church, London, Mr Hugh HALL, of Holgatehead, near Skipton, in this county, to Miss SOUTHAN, only daughter of the Rev John SOUTHAN, of Leigh, in Kent.

Saturday, 24 March 1810, Leeds Mercury 2331 –
DEATHS – Saturday se’nnight, in her 50th year, Mrs Elizabeth PAYLER, wife of Thomas Wilkinson PAYLER, Esq, of Hedon, in Kent, and sister to Sir Edmund M. WINN, of Ackton, in this county.

Saturday, 12 May 1810, Leeds Mercury 2338 –
MARRIAGES – Last week, George GIPPS, Esq, M.P. for the Borough of Ripon, to Jane, youngest daughter of John BOWDLER, Esq, of Hayes, in Kent.

Tuesday, 29 May 1810, Hull Packet 1220 –
MARRIAGES – On the 14th instant, at Lewisham, in Kent, the Rev Richard SLATE, of Stand, near Manchester, to Miss WATKINS, of Lewisham.

Tuesday, 17 July 1810, Hull Packet 1227 –
MARRIAGES, Tuesday se’nnight, at Ham, Kent, the Rev Thomas Anthony METHUEN, rector of All-Cannings, Wilts, to Eliza Maria, eldest daughter of the Rev Henry PLUMPTRE, rector of Claypole, near Newark-upon-Trent.

 

1811-1815

Thursday, 10 January 1811, Caledonian Mercury 13895 –
DEATHS – At his residence, at Walmer, in Kent, on the 28th ult, universally and most deservedly lamented, in the 74th year of his age, Sir Henry HARVEY, Knight of the Bath, and Admiral of the White Squadron of his Majesty’s fleet, in whose naval service had had faithfully served fifty years and upwards with honour and advantage to his country, and credit to himself.

Saturday, 23 February 1811, Leeds Mercury 2379 –
DEATHS – On Monday se’nnight, at Hull, of a brain fever, after a few hours illness, aged 22, Capt. HARMAN, of the West Kent Militia.

Thursday, 4 April 1811, Caledonian Mercury 13931 –
DEATHS – On Tuesday se’nnight, at Fairy Hall, in Kent, in the 12th year of her age, Isabella Alexandrina Louise, Countess of BYLAND, daughter of the Count and Countess of BYLAND, of that place.

Thursday, 11 July 1811, Derby Mercury 4130 –
DEATHS – Suddenly, in Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, aged 55, Sir E. DEERING, Bart, of Surrenden-Deering, Kent.

Saturday, 27 July 1811, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3039 –
BIRTHS –
At Tunbridge Wells, the Right Hon. Lady LOVAINE, of a son.
At his seat, Brampton-place, Kent, the Lady of Capt. Wm EDMEADES, in the Hon. East-India Company’s service, of a son.
MARRIAGES – J Browne WILKES, Esq, of Dartford, Kent, eldest son of Mr WILKES, Esq, of Rook’s Nest, Surry, to Mrs CROFT, of  Montague-street, Russell-square, widow of Capt J. CROFT, R.N.

Wednesday, 7 August 1811, Aberdeen Journal 3317 –
SINGULAR GENEALOGY – All the persons named in the following genealogy were living at Faversham, in Kent, in 1760, excepting only the former wife of the eldest CASHICK.  Old HARWOOD had two daughters by his first wife, of which the oldest was married to John CASHICK, the son, the youngest to John CASHICK, the father.  CASHICK, the father, had a daughter by his first wife, whom Old HARWOOD married, and by her had a son.  Therefore, CASHICK’s second wife could say:-  “My father is my won, and I am my mother’s mother;  my sister is my daughter, and I am grand-mother to my brother.”

Saturday, 10 August 1811, Caledonian Mercury 13986 –
MARRIAGES – On the 6th curt, the special licence, at Knole, in the county of Kent, Lady Mary SACKVILLE, eldest daughter of her Grace the Duchess of Dorset, to the Right Hon. The Earl of PLYMOUTH.
DEATHS – On the 2d curt, at Deptford, in Kent, in the 79th year of his age, Gilbert FERGUSON, Esq, late Head Surveyor of Shipping to the Honourable East India Company, under whom he had served nearly 40 years.

Tuesday, 10 September 1811, Hull Packet 1287 –
DEATHS – Lately, at Boroughbridge, aged 19, W.K. ROBINSON, Esq, only son of the Right Hon. Lord Rokeby, of Mountmorris, Kent, and West Layton, Yorkshire.

Tuesday, 15 October 1811, Hull Packet 1292 –
MARRIAGES – Thursday, at Cottingham, by the Rev T. DIKES, Capt. BURGESS of the West Kent Militia, to Jane Maria, eldest daughter of the late William FOSTER, Esq, of Spring Head, near this place.

Thursday, 31 October 1811, Caledonian Mercury 14021 –
MARRIAGES – At the seat of Lord Amherst, in Kent, on the 25th curt, the Marquis of DOWNSHIRE, to Lady Mary WINDSOR, daughter of the late, and sister to the present, Earl of PLYMOUTH.

Thursday, 2 January 1812, Caledonian Mercury 14048 –
DEATH OF THE DOWAGER COUNTESS STANHOPE – On the 28th ult, departed this life, at her country seat of Ovenden, in Kent, after a few days illness, the Countess Dowager STANHOPE, in the 93d year of her age.  (Very long obituary)

Thursday, 23 April 1812, Derby Mercury 4171 –
MARRIAGES - ? se’nnight, at St Mary-le-bonne Church, John W.H. BRYDGES, Esq, of Wotton Court, Kent, to the Right Hon. Lady Isabella Anne BERESFORD, sister of the Marquis of ? (damaged entry, illegible)

Saturday, 11 July 1812, Leeds Mercury 2455 –
DEATHS – On the 12th ultimate at the College of Wye, in Kent, in the 83d year of his age, the Rev Philip PARSONS, M.A., upwards of 50 years Minister of that parish, Rector of Suave and Eastwell, in the same county, and formerly of Sidney College, Cambridge, and the author of many ingenious publications.  He was intimately acquainted with Miss SEWARD, Mr PRATT, and other literary characters, with whom he maintained a correspondence till within a short period of his death, and he died as he lived, with the piety and resignation of a Christian.

Saturday, 6 February 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3119 –
MARRIAGES –
At East Marden, Kent, J. HOLLOWAY, Esq, of Sockworth Place, Sussex, to Miss S. HAYWARD, of Beneden.
At Aston-upon-Trent, near Derby, J. HAFFENDEN, Esq, of Tenterden, Kent, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late J. WALKER, Esq, of Eastwood, near Rotherham, in Yorkshire.

Saturday, 20 February 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3121 –
DEATHS –
At Linton Lodge, Kent, at an advanced age, C. TAYLOR, Esq.
Aged 68, Mrs M. SHARPEY, of Maidstone.
Suddenly, Mr H. SAXBY, of Harding-Common, Kent, aged 61 years.

Thursday, 4 March 1813, Derby Mercury 4216 –
ASSIZES – At the last Assizes for the County of Kent, one Wm HALL, a fisherman at Folkestone, was convicted before Lord Chief Justice ELLENBOROUGH, upon an indictment charging him with furnishing a boat to three French prisoners, who had broken their parole from Ashbourne, in this county, to enable them to cross the Channel;  and for this offence HALL was, in the following Michaelmas Term, sentenced by the Court of the King’s Bench to 2 years’ imprisonment, and to pay a fine of 50/-.  These prisoners had travelled in post-chaise from Ashbourne, and the post-boy, John EDWARDS, who had driven them to Folkestone from the Royal Oak at Ashford, kept by one James POTTS, was subpoenaed to give evidence of the fact.  EDWARDS, however, thought fit not to obey the subpoena, for which contempt he was prosecuted, and by the Court of the King’s Bench has been sentenced, in addition to an imprisonment of two months which he has already undergone, to be further confined for the space of six calendar months in the county gaol of Maidstone.

Monday, 5 April 1813, Hampshire Telegraph 704 –
DEATHS – On the 15th ult, at Brompton, Kent, Alexander TORBITT, Esq, Surgeon, R.N. and late Superintending his Imperial Russian Majesty’s fleet in the river Medway, aged 31 years;  a young man of great acquirements in his profession, and of course a public loss.  He was the oldest of three brothers, Surgeons in the R.N., who have all died within the last two years, and left helpless parents, and a disconsolate sister (near Randal’s-town, Antrim, Ireland) to mourn their loss.

Saturday, 17 April 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3130 –
MARRIAGES –
At Wolmer, Kent, Lieut W.P. WADE, Royal Navy, son of C. WADE, Esq, M.D. of Lisbon, to Eliza, widow of the late T. WILSON, Esq, Surgeon on the Staff at Marlborough, Wilts
Mr S. WISE, of Maidstone, to Miss ORROK, only daughter of the late Captain ORROK, R.N.

Monday, 31 May 1813, Hampshire Telegraph 712 –

MARRIAGES –
On Wednesday last, Mr BOWLING, of Salisbury, to Miss DIXON, only daughter of Mrs DIXON, Lower Deal, Kent.
On the 18th instant, at Deal, Henry de HUMBOLDT, only son of Baron von HUMBOLDT, of Scheidnitz in Silesia, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late J. CARTER, Esq, of Deal, and niece to the late celebrated Mrs Elizabeth CARTER.

Saturday, 5 June 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3137 –
MARRIAGES –
Mr N. JOHNSTON, of Bishopsgate-street, to Susanna, third daughter of J. MALYN, Esq, of Braisted, Kent.
At Canterbury, G. TASWELL, Esq, to Anne, second daughter of the late Rev G. GIPPS, rector of Ringwould, Kent.
At Loose, near Maidstone, W.H. DOUCE, Esq, third son of the late T.A. DOUCE, Esq, of St Leonard’s, West Malling, to Emily, eldest daughter of E. PENFOLD, Esq, of Loose Court.

Saturday, 5 June 1813, Leeds Mercury 2502 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday last, at Wakefield, Francis William COBB, Esq, of Margate, in Kent, to Harriett, eldest daughter of John CARR, Esq, of Wakefield.

Saturday, 12 June 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3138 –
MARRIAGES – At Recalver, Kent, G. LEITH, Esq, of Walmer Court, to Miss E. SLADDEN, of Broomfield.

Thursday, 24 June 1813, Caledonian Mercury 14278 –
DEATHS – On the 17th current, at his seat in Kent, in the 87th year of his age, after a life eminently distinguished by every active, public and private virtue, the Right Honourable Charles MIDDLETON, Baron Barham, of Barham court, and of Teston in Kent. (Long obituary)

Saturday, 26 June 1813, Leeds Mercury 2505 –
NOBLEMAN DECEASED – On the 27th instant, at his seat in Kent, aged 87, the Right Honourable Lord BARHAM;  his Lordship held the office of First Lord of the Admiralty in the year 1805.

Saturday, 31 July 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3145 –
MARRIAGES –
At St Helen’s, Bishopsgate-street, Mr H. GORRINGE, of Tonbridge, Kent, to Anne, eldest daughter of J. COOMBER, Esq, of the same place.
At Saltwood, J. LACY, Esq, of Ivy Hall, Kent, to Miss JULL, only daughter of J. JULL, Esq, of Mount Pleasant, in the same county.

Saturday, 14 August 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3147 –
DEATHS – At Hackney, aged 78, Mrs FORBES, widow of T. FORBES, of Watertoun, Aberdeenshire, and mother of Mr FORBES, of Rolvenden, Kent.

Monday, 30 August 1813, Hampshire Telegraph 725 –
MARRIAGES – On the 17th instant, John GILL, Esq, Purser R.N., to Frances, daughter of Henry SMITH, Esq, of Eastling, Kent.

Saturday, 25 September 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3153 –
MARRIAGES – F. PICRARD, Esq, of the East India Company’s Civil Service in Bengal, to Eliza, third daughter of H.H. DEACON, Esq, of Dover-place, Kent-road.

Saturday, 16 October 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3156 –
MARRIAGES – At St John’s, William Ozias HUMPHRY, Esq, of the Privy Council Office, Whitehall, son of the Rev William HUMPHRY, rector of Seal, Kent, to Miss Jane NEWCOMBE, niece of Captain NEWCOMBE, of his Majesty’s ship ‘Wanderer’.

Saturday, 30 October 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3158 –
MARRIAGES – At Ickham, Kent, Mr G. NEAME, of that place, to Miss A. BOXER, of St Margaret’s, Rochester.
DEATHS – J. MARTYR, Esq, Solicitor to the Board of Directors of Greenwich Hospital, and one of the Coroners for the County of Kent.

Monday, 1 November 1813, Caledonian Mercury 14336 –
BIRTHS – On the 23rd ult, at Langley Farm, Kent, the Honourable Mrs WEDDERBURN, of a son.

Saturday, 20 November 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3161 –
DEATHS – At Birchington, Kent, G. FRIEND, Esq, aged 66.

Saturday, 27 November 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3162 –
DEATHS – At the Mote, Igtham, Kent, Mrs M. WALFORD, in her 87th year.

Saturday, 11 December 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3164 –
DEATHS – At Shawfield Lodge, Wigmore, near Bromley, Kent, J. HARRISON, Esq, at the advanced age of 85.

Tuesday, 28 December 1813, Hull Packet 1415 –
MARRIAGES – On Wednesday, at Beckenham, in Kent, Mr J.P. PRITCHETT, architect, York, to Miss P.M. TERRY, of the former place.

Saturday, 1 January 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3167 –
DEATHS – At Faversham, Kent, the Rev R. HALKE, vicar of Faversham, and rector of Badlesmere with Leveland.

Saturday, 8 January 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3168 –
DEATHS – At Yalden, Kent, aged 85, Mrs F. COX, a single lady.

Saturday, 29 January 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3171 –
DEATHS – At an advanced age, Mr J. TINSLEY, many years landlord of the Tiger’s Head, at Footscray, Kent, and one of the proprietors of the coaches which run from London to Maidstone.

Saturday, 5 February 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3172 –
MARRIAGES –
At Newington Church, Surrey, Mr G. WYLDE, of Chipstead, Kent, to Miss Martha RIGARDSFORD, of Riverhead, in the same county.
At St James’s Church, R. BEST, Esq, of Mereworth, Kent, to Miss Harriet READ, second daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander READ, of the Madras Establishment.

Saturday, 19 February 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3174 –
MARRIAGES – At East Malling, Kent, the Rev J.H. NORMAN, to Miss NORRIS, only daughter of the late J. NORRIS, Esq, of East Malling.
DEATHS – At Allhollows, in the Hundred of Hoo, Kent, aged 50, the Rev B. POWELL.

Saturday, 19 February 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3174 –
MARRIAGES – 
At Eltham, J. RUSSELL, Esq, of New Romney, Kent, to Miss HARRISON, of Middle Park, in the same county.
At Lamberhurst, Kent, Mr E. PIERCE, of Tonbridge, to Miss E.A. BARTON, eldest daughter of T. BARTON, Esq, of Lamberhurst.
Mr C. STEPHENSON, of Maidstone, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of T. RICHARDSON, Esq, of Reed Court, Kent.
At Plumstead Church, Kent, S. RHODE, Esq, to Sarah, second daughter of Colonel HAY, of Broom Hall, in that county.
DEATHS – At the advanced age of 86 years, Mrs SMITH, of West Malling, Kent.

Tuesday, 1 March 1814, Hull Packet 1424 –
MARRIAGES – Lately, at Birchington, in Kent, by the Rev A. SIMANS, vicar and domestic chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rev W. WILLIAMSON, A.M., only son of the late Rev. William WILLIAMSON, rector of Wishbore, and nephew of the Rev M. WILLIAMSON, vicar of Swine, to Sarah, only daughter of J. FRIEND, Esq, Brook’s End, Thanet, Kent.

Saturday, 12 March 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3177 –
MARRIAGES –
At Boxley, Kent, the Hon. J. SCOTT, to Miss WICKER, eldest daughter of J. WICKER, Esq, both of Maidstone.
J.H. TAPLEY, Esq, of Newington Mote, next Sittingbourne, Kent, to Miss M. COVENEY, second daughter of W. COVENEY, Esq, of Sunny Hill, Borden.

Saturday, 19 March 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3178 –
DEATHS – Aged 56, T. CORNWALL, gent, of Pembury, Kent.

Saturday, 2 April 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3180 –
DEATHS – At Brasted-place, Kent, the Rev W. PETERS, whose talents were long known and admired in the graphic world.

Saturday, 9 April 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3181 –
DEATHS – At Sydenham, Kent, C.P. CRAWFORD, Esq, of Verulam-buildings, Gray’s Inn, aged 40 years.

Friday, 15 April 1814, Liverpool Mercury 146 –
MARRIAGES – On Sunday last, at St Nicholas’s Church, Mr Thomas GARRETT, shipwright, of this town, to Miss Ann ADAMS, of Milton, in Kent.
DEATHS – Lately, by the upsetting of his boat, off Brindisi, in the Adriatic, in the 35th year of his age, Captain B.W. TAYLOR, of H.M.S. Apollo, son of the late Rev Edward TAYLOR, of Bissons, Kent, and youngest brother of Gerard TAYLOR, Secretary to the King, and of the Lady of Edward Wilbraham BOOTLE, Esq, of Latham in this county.

Saturday, 16 April 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3182 –
DEATHS – At Lancaster, Geo BEST, jun, Esq, son of George BEST, Esq, of Chilston Park, Kent.

Monday, 18 April 1814, Caledonian Mercury 14408 –
DEATHS – At Lowton, near Chatham, in Kent, aged 29 years, Lieutenant J.F. CAMPBELL, Adjutant, Stirlingshire Militia.

Saturday, 30 April 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3184 –
DEATHS –
At Sevenoaks, Kent, in her 84th year, Mrs NASH, widow of John NASH, M.P., late of that place.
At Lowton, near Chatham, Kent, aged 29 years, Lieutenant J.F. CAMPBELL, of the Royal Marines.
At Bath, Paul AMSINK, Esq, Master of the Ceremonies at Tunbridge wells.
In his 84th year, Mr J. SNELLING, of St Mary’s Cray, Kent.

Saturday, 7 May 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3185 –
DEATHS – At his house at Sydenham, Kent, aged 80, G. PRIOR, Esq.

Monday, 30 May 1814, Hampshire Telegraph 764 –
DEATHS – On Thursday, Mr PILCHER, formerly of Godmersham, Kent.  He was found on Friday morning drowned in a small rivulet in the parish of Chilham, into which it is supposed the deceased, when on his return home the preceding evening, must have fallen in a fit.  He was upwards of 82 years of age.

Friday, 3 June 1814, Liverpool Mercury 153 –
DEATHS – On Saturday morning, at his house, Eden Farm, near Bromley, Kent, Lord AUKLAND.  He was sitting at breakfast with his family, was suddenly seized with a spasm, fell from his chair, and instantly expired.

Saturday, 4 June 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3189 –
MARRIAGES –
At Eltham, Kent, Mr J. MILLER, of Bow-hill, Yalding, to Miss Elizabeth LUCAS, eldest daughter of M. LUCAS, Esq, of Lee-place.
At West Malling, Kent, J. DUDLOW, Esq, of that place, to Miss H. SIMMONS, of Yalding.

Saturday, 2 July 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3193 –
DEATHS – Mrs Elizabeth DUNNING, only surviving daughter of the late John GOLDING, Esq, of Ditton-place, Ditton, Kent, and wife of Mr William Alexander DUNNING, Solicitor, Maidstone.

Saturday, 23 July 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3196 –
DEATHS – Suddenly, at Horsmonden, Kent, Thos TWORT, Esq, universally lamented.

Tuesday, 26 July 1814, Hull Packet 1445 –
DEATHS – At Troyes, in Campagne, in the 45th year of his age, Sir Hugh Palliser PALLISER, late of Lee, Kent.

Saturday, 30 July 1814, Caledonian Mercury 14452 –
MARRIAGES – On the 26th current, at Lambeth Palace, Mr Finch HATTON, eldest son of Mr Finch HATTON, of Eastwell Park, Kent, to Lady Charlotte GRAHAM, eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of MONTROSE.  The ceremony was performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.  An elegant breakfast was prepared in the palace for the occasion.  There were present the Duke and Duchess of Montrose, Mr and Mrs Finch HATTON, Earl of Winchelsea, &c.

Saturday, 30 July 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3197 –
MARRIAGES –
At St George’s, Bloomsbury, Mr William Robert SIDNEY, of Hart-street, Bloomsbury-square, fourth surviving son of the late John SIDNEY, Esq, of Hemton, Kent, to Sarah Ann, only daughter of the late Mr J. BLIGHT, of Windsor, Berks, and Rotherhithe, Surrey.
At Sevenoaks in Kent, Charles Carter PETLEY, Esq, of Riverhead, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Henry WOODGATE, Esq, of Riverhill.
At St George’s, Hanover-square, Charles BARLEE, Esq, of Lambeth, to his cousin, Frances Sarah, of Park-street, Grosvenor-square, only child of the late George MITCHELL, Esq, of Deptford, Kent.

Saturday, 30 July 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3197 –
MARRIAGES – At Hickling, Nottinghamshire, the Rev Maurice JOHNSON, M.A., of St John’s College, Cambridge, to Frances, daughter of the late William POST, Esq, barrister at law, of Hale-place, near Maidstone, Kent.

Saturday, 30 July 1814, Leeds Mercury 2562 –
DEATHS –
On the 12th instant, at Sudbury, Suffolk, the Rev T. LANE, D.C.L. of Blackheath, Kent, prebendary of Hertford.  He was riding in a gig on the preceding morning with a friend, when the horse unfortunately fell, by which accident he was thrown out, and a walking stick, which he held in his hand, was forced through the centre of his left eye, and produced such serious injury as to occasion his death.
On the 20th instant, on his return from Ireland, Charles THOYTS, Esq, son of the late Sam. THOYTS, Esq, of Farningham, Kent, and Major in the North York Regiment of Militia.

Tuesday, 16 August 1814, Hull Packet 1448 –
DEATHS – At Seven Oaks, Kent, on Saturday sennight,  Lady RUSSEL, wife of Sir Henry RUSSEL, Bart, and sister of Lord Viscount WHITWORTH, aged 50.

Monday, 22 August 1814, Hampshire Telegraph 776 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday, at Lee, James WEBB, Esq, Director-General of the Ordnance Medical Department, to Jane Theodosia, daughter of the late S. ARANDRAM, Esq, of Lee-grove, Kent.

Saturday, 3 September 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3202 –
DEATHS – At Tenterden, Kent, aged 76, Richard CURTEIS, Esq.

Saturday, 10 September 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3203 –
MARRIAGES – At Salehurst, Kent, W. BALDOCK, Esq, of Chartham Deanery, near Canterbury, to Louisa Maria, only daughter of Samuel DURRANT, Esq, of Robertsbridge.

Saturday, 15 October 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3208 –
MARRIAGES – At Bexley, Kent, Mr E. HARRISON, of Leeds, Yorkshire, to Miss Mary Ann LITTLEWOOD, daughter of Mr LITTLEWOOD, of Walworth Common, near London.

Saturday, 15 October 1814, Leeds Mercury 2573 –
MARRIAGES – On Wednesday se’nnight, Mr E. HARRISON, of this town, to Mary Ann, second daughter of John LITTLEWOOD, Esq, of Bexley, Kent.

Saturday, 29 October 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3210 –
MARRIAGES – At Otterden, Kent, the Rev John BAKER, son of John BAKER, Esq, M.P. for Canterbury, to Frances TATTERSALL, of Halls-place, daughter of the late Rev. John TATTERSALL, Vicar of Harewood, Yorkshire.

Monday, 14 November 1814, Hampshire Telegraph 788 –
MARRIAGES – At Cheriton, Kent, Capt. B. TRAVERS, of the 95th Rifle Corps, to Caroline, daughter of the Rev. J.D. BROCKMAN, Rector of Cheriton.

Saturday, 19 November 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3213 –
MARRIAGES – At Cheriton, Kent, Capt. Boyle TRAVERS, of the 95th Rifle Corps, to Caroline, 2d daughter of the Rev J.D. BROCKMAN, Rector of Cheriton.

Saturday, 3 December 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3215 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, Frances, youngest daughter of Edm. WOODS, Esq, of Shopwick, Sussex.

Saturday, 10 December 1814, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3216 –
MARRIAGES – At Tonbridge, Kent, Mr W. PINNOCH, of Newbury, Berks, to Miss Ann MAUNDER, of the former place.

Saturday, 14 January 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3221 –
MARRIAGES – At Boughton Monchelsea, Kent, Captain COOKE, late of the 94th Regiment of Foot, to Mary H. BARNES, only daughter of the late J. BARNES, Esq, of Kent Road, Surrey.

Sunday, 15 January 1815, The Examiner 368 –
MARRIAGES – On the 7th instant, at Bromley, Kent, by the Rev D. SMITH, Mr William MARTIN, of the Kent Road, to Rachel, only daughter of the late Capt. DINGWALD, of the East India Company’s Service at Madras.

Monday, 13 February 1815, The Examiner 368 –
BIRTHS –
At Evington, Kent, the Lady of Sir J.C. HONEYWOOD, Bart, of a son.
On Thursday last, the wife of Wm. SEAMER, of Tonbridge Wells, of three children, two boys and a girl;  the mother and children are all doing well.

Saturday, 25 February 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3227 –
DEATHS – Mary, the wife of C. GODMOND, Esq, of Lee, Kent.

Saturday, 18 March 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3230 –
MARRIAGES – At Barming, Kent, Richard H. CRESSWELL. LL.D of the College of Advocates, Doctors’ Commons, to Henrietta, fourth daughter of the Rev. Mark NOBLE, F.A.S., Rector of that parish.

Thursday, 23 March 1815, Derby Mercury 4324 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday se’nnight, at St Clement’s, Danes, London, James GREEN, Esq, of Lenton Abbey, near Nottingham, to Mrs Elizabeth HORST, of Blackheath, Kent.

Monday, 10 April 1815, Hampshire Telegraph 809 –
MARRIAGES – On the 30th ultimate, at West Wickham, Major CATOR, of the Royal Horse Artillery, to Miss FARNSBY, of Wickham Court, Kent.

Saturday, 29 April 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3236 –
DEATHS – At Tenterden, Kent, Mr Edward FUGGLES, in his 84th year, leaving a wife in her 81st year, to whom he had been married 60 years, and had issue 18 children, 86 grandchildren, and 30 great grand-children.

Saturday, 6 May 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3237 –
MARRIAGES – At Lewisham, T.B. BATARD, Esq, of Montague-place, Russell-square, to Amelia, youngest daughter of the late Geo. PRYOR, Esq, of Sydenham, Kent.

Sunday, 4 June 1815, The Examiner 388 –
DEATHS – On the 13th ultimate, at Lewisham, Kent, of a rapid decline, in the 33d year of his age, Albert Walter DAVIDS, Esq, Captain, Royal Invalid Artillery.

Saturday, 10 June 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3242 –
MARRIAGES – At Higham, Richard HICKMAN, Esq, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of P. BOGHURST, Esq, of Gads Hill House, Kent.

Saturday, 17 June 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3243 –
DEATHS – In Park-street, London, John MILUS, Esq, brother to R. MILUS, Esq, of N. Elham, Norfolk, and Nackington, Kent.

Saturday, 1 July 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3245 –
MARRIAGES – G. WILMOT, Esq, of Shoreham, to Miss Elizabeth TAY, of Linton Lodge, both in Kent.

Saturday, 8 July 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3246 –
MARRIAGES – At Boughton Matherbe, Kent, Mr G. MATHEWS, of Charing, to Mrs SHARP, widow, of Egerton.  The bridge actually crossed the road to the bridegroom en chemise, previous to tying the nuptial knot;  the act of thus receiving her being supposed to exonerate the husband from becoming liable to any debts the lady may have incurred before marriage.

Saturday, 15 July 1815, Caledonian Mercury 14602 –
MARRIAGES – On the 6th current, at the Earl of Selkirk’s near Sydenham, Kent, John HALKETT, Esq, of the Albany, to Lady Katherine DOUGLAS, youngest daughter of the late Earl of SELKIRK.

Saturday, 15 July 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3247 –
DEATHS – At Charlton, Kent, aged 73, Lieutenant-General STEPHENS, of the Royal Artillery.

Saturday, 26 August 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3253 –
MARRIAGES – At Ditton Church, Thomas ANDREWS, Esq, of East Malling, Kent, to Miss SHEPHERD, of Ditton.

Saturday, 2 September 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3254 –
DEATHS –
At Clifton, the wife and youngest daughter of James MANN, Esq, of Linton-place, Kent.  Mrs MANN was the daughter of the late Sir Horace MANN, Bart.
At Margate, aged 44, David B. BAKER, Esq, of Chatham-place, Blackfriars.
At Hextable House, Kent, Mrs SCOTLAND, wife of Thomas SCOTLAND, Esq, of Antigua.

Saturday, 9 September 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3255 –
MARRIAGES – At St Andrew’s Church, Holborn, Jas BUNCE, Esq, of the Temple, London, to Miss H.E. HUDSOLL, of Sevenoaks, Kent.

Saturday, 23 September 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3257 –
MARRIAGES – Henry EGERTON, Esq, of the Middle Temple, barrister at law, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Rev. George SAYER, of Pett, Kent, and Rector of Eglescliffe, Durham.

Saturday, 21 October 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3261 –
MARRIAGES – At Thorham, Kent, ____ KINGSLEY, Esq, to Miss THOMAS, of the borough of Westree, Maidstone.  (Note: the gentleman’s Christian name was omitted, presumably illegible in the notice sent to the paper, and replaced with a line as above)
DEATHS – At Aylesford, Kent, Miss SPONG, daughter of the late John SPONG, Esq.

Tuesday, 24 October 1815, Hull Packet 1513 –
MARRIAGES – On Sunday the 15th instant, at Folkstone in the county of Kent, (by the Rev. Francis DAWSON), Thomas PAIN, Esq, of Dover, Registrar of the Cinque Ports, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James WILSON, Esq, of Judd-street, Brunswick-square, late of Wellington in Lincolnshire.

Saturday, 28 October 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3262 –
MARRIAGES – At St George’s, Hanover-square, Mr W.L. PILGRIM, of Strood, Kent, to Miss CORNFIELD, only daughter of Robert CORNFIELD, Esq, of Hatfield, Herts.

Saturday, 28 October 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3262 –
MARRIAGES – Mr John BURFORD, of Blackheath, Kent, to Frances, only surviving daughter of the late R. BARROW, Esq, of St Sidwell’s, Exeter.

Monday, 6 November 1815, Caledonian Mercury 14655 –
MARRIAGES – At Edinburgh, on the 31st ult, Mr James MacDONALD, Rotherhithe, Kent, to Catharine, second daughter of Mr David MURRAY, watchmaker in Edinburgh.

Saturday, 11 November 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3264 –
DEATHS –
Of an apoplectic fit, Mrs JONES, of Surrey-place, Kent-road, sister to the late Colonel JAMES of Ightham-court Lodge, Kent.
At Maze Pond, Southwark, aged 53, Henry LEDGER, Esq, of Blackheath, Kent.

Saturday, 18 November 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3265 –
DEATHS – At the Rectory, Chislehurst, Kent, in his 84th year, the Rev Francis WOLLASTON, F.R.S. Precentor of St David’s, Rector of East Dereham, Norfolk, and of St Michael’s-le-Quern, London.

Saturday, 2 December 1815, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3267 –
DEATHS – At Mr FIRMIN’s, in the Strand, Mrs Mary BROWN, widow of the late T. BROWN, Esq, of Queensborough, Kent.

Saturday, 9 December 1815, Caledonian Mercury 14669 –
MARRIAGES – At Lewisham in Kent, on the 28th ultimate, the Honourable Warwick LAKE, to Elizabeth, only daughter of James Beveridge DUNCAN, Esq, of Damside.

Sunday, 17 December 1815, Examiner 416 –
DEATHS – On Wednesday the 6th instant, at Bexley in Kent, Thomas LATHAM, M.D.

 

1816-1820

Saturday, 13 January 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3273 –
MARRIAGES – Edwin STACEY, Esq, of Maidstone, Kent, to Maria, youngest daughter of Edward PENFOLD, Esq, of Loose Court, in the same county.
DEATHS – Saturday last, at Headcorn, Kent, John FARRELL, in the 81st year of his age.  He had been a singer in the church choir of that place for 70 years, and had also been one of the ringers for nearly the same length of time. He was considered one of the finest bass singers in the county, and had never missed attending at his church, more than twice, till within a fortnight of his death.

Saturday, 20 January 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3274 –
DEATHS – Suddenly, in St James’s-place, Hampstead-road, aged 87, John RUSSELL, Gent, of Sittingborne, Kent.

Saturday, 3 February 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3276 –
MARRIAGES – At Chalk, Kent, Mr L.H. WINKWORTH, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Townshend GLADDISH, Esq.
DEATHS – At Camberwell, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. W. BUNCE, of Sandwich, Kent, and only sister of the Rev J.B. BUNCE, Rector of St Dunstan’s, near Canterbury.
At his house, near Westerham, Kent, Wm DEWES, Esq, of Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury-square.

Saturday, 17 February 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3278 –
DEATHS – At an advanced age, Andrews HARRISON, Esq, of Wigmore, near Bromley, Kent.

Saturday, 24 February 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3279 –
DEATHS – Lately, in France, Joseph HUNT, Esq, formerly of Lee, Kent.

Monday, 26 February 1816, Hampshire Telegraph 855 –
DEATHS – On Tuesday, in his 38th year, the Hon. Thomas COVENTRY, of North Cray, Kent;  he is succeeded in his estates by his son, now a minor, at Harrow School.

Saturday, 9 March 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3281 –
DEATHS –
At Dover, after a few days illness, aged 26, Sarah Ann, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel DUFFY, of the Rifle Corps.
Mary, wife of Mr William SCOONES jun, of Tonbridge, Kent.

Saturday, 16 March 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3282 –
DEATHS –
At Bradbourne, near Maidstone, Dame Elizabeth TWISDEN, relict of Sir John Papillon TWISDEN, Bart, and sister of Sir William GERRY, Bart, late of Chatham.
John B. COURTHOPE, Esq, of Lewisham-hill, Kent.

Friday, 5 April 1816, Morning Chronicle 14641 –
DEATHS – On Monday last, Francis McCULLOH, Esq, of East Grinstead, in Sussex, and formerly of Charlton, in Kent.

Saturday, 6 April 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3285 –
DEATHS –
At Sandwich, the widow of the late Rev N. NISBETT, Rector of Tunstall, Kent, aged 72 years.
After a lingering illness, George WHEATLEY, Esq, fourth son of the late William WHEATLEY, Esq, of Lesney, Kent.
At Lyminge, Kent, at the advanced age of 105, after two days illness, Mrs ANDREWS, who retained her faculties to the last.
Jas. WILDMAN, Esq, at his seat, Chilham Castle, Kent, in the 68th year of his age.

Tuesday, 16 April 1816, Hull Packet 1538 –
DEATHS – On Sunday, the 31st ult, suddenly, and without a pang, at Sellinge, Kent, in the 75th year of his age, after performing the accustomed duty of his church, and closing the evening by prayer with his household, the Rev Henry MATOCK, MA, Vicar of Harwell, Berks, and of Sellinge, in Kent.

27 April 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3288 –
DEATHS – At Bentham Hill, Kent, Thomas Butlery EYLES, Esq.

Sunday, 4 May 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3289 –
MARRIAGES – At Ashford, Kent, the Rev Samuel HILL, Chaplain to the Forces, to Jane Stephana, sixth daughter of the Rev Jas. BOND, Vicar of Ashford.

Wednesday, 15 May 1816, Morning Chronicle 14675 –
MARRIAGES – On Sunday, the 12th instant, at St Martin’s Church, by the Rev Archdeacon POTT, Mr Thomas MILLSON, only son of Thomas MILLSON, Esq, of Plumstead, Kent, to Miss WINDER, daughter of Mr J. WINDER, of Mag’s-buildings.

Saturday, 1 June 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3293 –
DEATHS – Suddenly, at Up-street, in Kent, in her 67th year, Mrs E. HENNEKER, widow.

Saturday, 29 June 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3297 –
MARRIAGES – At Cranbrook, Kent, Mr H. DOBELL, miller, of Cranbrook, to Miss BOWLDEN, of Hartley, near the former place.

Saturday, 6 July 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3298 –
MARRIAGES –
At Ightham, Kent, Capt. S.P. NEWELL, of the 4th Foot, to Letitia, widow of the late Colonel JAMES, of Ightham Court Lodge.
At Maidstone, E. CORMICK, Esq, Captain in the 20th Dragoons, to E.H.D. TYSSEN, eldest daughter of W.G.D. TYSSEN, Esq, of Folly House, Kent.

Saturday, 13 July 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3299 –
DEATHS-
At Sertney Castle, Lamberhurst, Kent, E. HUSSEY, Esq, aged 66 years.
Mr ELSE, late landlord of the Bull, at Bethersden, Kent, who was so gored by a vicious bull that he died almost instantaneously.

Saturday, 27 July 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3301 –
MARRIAGES –
At Kelvedon Hatch, Essex, John MOULD, Esq, of Oundle, Northamptonshire, to Mary Ann MACKIE, daughter of the late D.R. MACKIE, of Lewisham, Kent.
Michael COMPORT, Esq, of Rochford, solicitor, to Miss Rebecca FRY, of Stroad, Kent.
Mr R. BAYLY, to Miss TANNER, of Orpington, Kent.

Saturday, 10 August 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3303 –
MARRIAGES – At Beckenham, Kent, Mr BACON, of Foster-lane, to Miss PRITCHETT, only daughter of the late Rev. R. PRITCHETT, Rector of Layham, Suffolk.

Thursday, 15 August 1816, Derby Mercury 4397 –
MARRIAGES – On Wednesday, Mr John PLATT, of Woolwich, Kent, to Sarah, second daughter of the late Mr THORLEY, solicitor, of Macclesfield.

Saturday, 17 August 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3304 –
MARRIAGES –
At Overton, Hants, J. CRIMBLE, Esq, of Horkenden, Kent, to Miss Mary WARD, of Compton, Berks.
Robert, eldest son of R. RAMSDEN, Esq, of Carlton Hall, Notts, to Frances Matilda, third daughter of J. PLUMPTRE, Esq, of Fridville, Kent.

Saturday, 24 August 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3305 –
MARRIAGES – At Sandwich, Kent, the Rev W. ELWYN, of Loose, near Maidstone, to Miss Fanny CARLING, grand-daughter of Captain J. HARVEY, formerly of his Majesty’s ship ‘Brunswick’.

Saturday, 24 August 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3305 –
DEATHS – At Heppington, Kent, in the 71st year of her age, the wife of H.G. FAUSSET, Esq.

Saturday, 7 September 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3307 –
MARRIAGES – At Tenterden, Kent, R. BEALE, eldest son of R. BEALE, Esq, of River Hall, Biddenden, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Walter ELPHICK, Esq, of Tenterden.
DEATHS – At Charlton, Kent, John COLLINS, Esq, late Commander of the Hon. Company’s ship ‘Warley’, in the 37th year of his age.

Saturday, 14 September 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3308 –
MARRIAGES – At Mersham, Captain D’AETH, R.N., of Knowlton Court, Kent, to Harriet, third daughter of Sir Edw. KNATCHBULL, Bart, of Mersham Hatch, in the same county.

Saturday, 21 September 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3309 –
MARRIAGES – At Ashford, Kent, Lieut. Thomas HALLOWES, R.N., son of Colonel HALLOWES of that place, to Marianna, eldest daughter of John KEYS, Esq, of Holborn.

Saturday, 28 September 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3310 –
MARRIAGES – At Hethersett, Norfolk. T. PETTMAN, Esq, of Eastry, Kent, to Emily, youngest daughter of the late J. HATFIELD, Esq, banker, of Norwich.
DEATHS – At Chislehurst, Kent, John DAVIDSON, Esq, in the 81st year of his age.

Saturday, 5 October 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3311 –
MARRIAGES – At St George’s, Hanover-square, Charles POWER, Esq, to Miss DEAR, of Maidstone, Kent.

Saturday, 19 October 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3313 –
MARRIAGES –
At Frindsbury, Kent, the Rev. S. JOYNES, A.M. Fellow of Catherine Hall, Cambridge, and Vicar of Ridgewell, Essex, to Mary, only daughter of the late Mr J. BAKER, of Frindsbury.
At Whitby, the Rev. John GIBBONS, Rector of Brasted, Kent, to Mrs PETERS, of Brasted-place, in the same county.

Saturday, 23 November 1816, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3318 –
MARRIAGES – At East Langdon, Kent, Lieut-Colonel Le FARQUE, to Miss Mary DELANNOY, daughter of the Rev Mr DELANNOY, of that place.

Saturday, 21 December 1816, Caledonian Mercury 14833 –
DEATHS – At Edinburgh, on the 25th ultimo, in the 66th year of her age, Mrs Katharine DUFFIN, relict of William DUFFIN, Esq, of Bromley, in Kent.

Saturday, 4 January 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3324 –
DEATHS – At Tunbridge Wells, Kent W.P. GILLINESS, Esq, in the 88th year of his age.

Saturday, 25 January 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3327 –
DEATHS – At his lodgings in Drury-lane, Mr Thos. BUNDOCK, formerly of Sandwich, Kent, of which town he was one of the Jurats, and served in the office of Mayor.

Saturday, 1 February 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3328 –
DEATHS – At Dartford, Kent, F. CAVILL, Esq, R.N. formerly of Boreham, Essex, and First Lieutenant of his Majesty’s ship ‘Glory’, of 90 guns.

Saturday, 22 February 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3331 –
MARRIAGES – At Bletchingley, Sussex, Mr J. PIX, of Rolvenden, Kent, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of _____ SELMES, Esq, of the former place.  (Note: the Christian name must have been illegible in the notice sent to the newspaper, and has been replaced with a blank line)
DEATHS – At Maidstone College, Kent, Mrs MINGAY, relict of the late James MINGAY, Esq, King’s Counsel, of Ashfield Lodge, Surrey.

Saturday, 1 March 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3332 –
MARRIAGES – At Rodmersham, Kent, Mr Richard SOLLY, of Munden Hall, Essex, to Miss DENNE, only daughter of the late Mr Wm. DENNE, of Rodmersham.

Saturday, 8 March 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3333 –
DEATHS – At Eltham, Kent, in the 18th year of her age, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev John SMITH.

Saturday, 12 April 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3338 –
DEATHS – Mrs Sarah Hawes DOWLEY, of Plaistow Green, Kent, in the 41st year of her age.

Saturday, 10 May 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3342 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev John GREGORY, Rector of Elmstone and Vicar of Preston, near Wingham, Kent, to Mary, daughter of the late S. HARVEY, Esq, of Ramsgate.

Saturday, 17 May 1817, Leeds Mercury 2708 –
MARRIAGES – Lately, Miss HODSOLL, daughter and sole heiress of the late Mr HODSOLL, banker, of the Strand, and of St Mary’s Cray, Kent, to Mr MORGAN, of the upholstery firm of MORGAN AND SAUNDERS, of Catharine Street : the lady’s dowry is estimated at half a million sterling.

Saturday, 28 June 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3349 –
MARRIAGES – Edw. S. MERDER, Esq, Captain in the Royal Marines, to Frances Maria, daughter of the late John PREBBLE, Esq, of Shenne, Kent.

Saturday, 2 August 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3354 –
MARRIAGES – At Swanscombe, Kent, Henry TRYON, Esq, of Stamford, to Catherine Sophia, daughter of Edw. Spencer CURLING, Esq, of Blackheath.

Saturday, 23 August 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3357 –
DEATHS –
At Sidmouth, Helen, wife of the Rev Benjamin SANFORD, Vicar of Farningham, Kent.
At the Oaks, Ospringe, Kent, John TOKER, Esq.

Saturday, 30 August 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3358 –
MARRIAGES – Major TYLDEN, of the Royal Engineers, to Lecilena, eldest daughter of William BALDWIN, Esq, of Stede Hill, Kent.

Sunday, 14 September 1817, The Examiner 507 –
DEATHS – September 6, in Albermarle-street, Edw. HUSSEY, Esq, of Scotney, Kent.

Saturday, 4 October 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3363 –
DEATHS – At Ripple Vale, in Kent, in his 29th year, Fleming W. Pakenham FRENCH, formerly of his Majesty’s ship ‘Pondurgas’.

Saturday, 11 October 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3364 –
DEATHS – At Lecton Farm, Westwell, Kent, aged 71, Mr Wm MAYLAN, sen. Stewart to W. HONYWOOD, Esq, for his Kent estate.

Saturday, 25 October 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 467 –
MARRIAGES – D. EDWARDES, Esq, of Rhyd y’ Gorse, Carmarthenshire, to Caroline Sarah, 2d daughter of J. FORSTER, Esq, South End, Kent.
DEATHS – At Southborough, near Bromley, Kent, aged 22, Thomas NEWNHAM, Esq.
At the Cottage, Staplehurst, Kent, Jonathon GILLETT, Esq.

Friday, 31 October 1817, Liverpool Mercury 332 –
MARRIAGES – On Tuesday, the 21st instant, at Camberwell, Henry MONK, Esq, of Appledore, Kent, to Anna, daughter of the late Wm. WARREN, Esq, of Manchester, merchant.

Saturday, 1 November 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3367 –
MARRIAGES – At Nettlested Church, Kent, Geo. OSBORNE, Esq, of Ashted, near Epsom, to Miss Elizabeth SUTTON, of Tonbridge.

Thursday, 13 November 1817, Caledonian Mercury 14991 –
DEATHS – At Clifton, on the 4th curt, aged 49, the Dowager Lady SMITH. Widow of Sir John SMITH, of Sydling, Bart, sister of W.A. MORLAND, Esq, of Lamberhurst, Kent.

Saturday, 27 December 1817, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3375 –
MARRIAGES – At Chatham, Jas BEST, Esq, of that place, brewer, to Miss Elizabeth HALLADAY, late of Rivor, in Kent.

Saturday, 3 January 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3376 –
DEATHS – At Adisham in Kent, aged 62, the Rev. John PALMER, Chaplain to His Royal Highness, the Duke of York, and Rector of Adisham and Staple.

Saturday, 17 January 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3378 –
DEATHS – In the 92d year of his age, Henry WHITE, Esq, of Brasted near Seven Oaks, Kent.

Saturday, 24 January 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3379 –
MARRIAGES – At Ashford, Kent, John WALTER, Esq, of St Ann’s, Blackfriar’s, London, to Miss Mary SMITH, youngest daughter of H. SMITH, of Ealing, in that county.

Sunday, 25 June 1818, The Examiner 526 –
DEATHS – January 14, at Beckingham, Kent, in his 85th year, Joseph CATOR, Esq.

Thursday, 12 February 1818, Derby Mercury 4475 –
DEATHS – On Sunday, at his home in Charles-Street, Berkeley-square, in the 59th year of his age, William HONYWOOD, Esq, of Marks Hall in Essex, and of Sibton in Kent.  He represented the County of Kent in Parliament from the year 1806 to 1812.  William Philip HONYWOOD, Esq, his eldest son, succeeds to his valuable estates in Essex and Kent.

Thursday, 12 March 1818, Caledonian Mercury 15043 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, in Kent, on the 6th current, aged 60, John GIFFORD, Esq, many years one of the Police Magistrates in London.

Monday, 30 March 1818, Morning Chronicle 15260 –
KENT ASSIZES – MAIDSTONE, FRIDAY, MARCH 27 – Nicholas ROBILLARD and J. ARQUINBAU, two young midshipmen, were charged on two indictments, for shooting at two of the inhabitants of Deal, with the intent to murder, &c.  This was arose out of a contest with some smugglers, to watch and prevent whose practices Messrs ROBBILARD and ARQUINBAU were stationed by their commander, Captain McCULLOCH, of the Severn.  The particulars were stated some time since.  They were acquitted on both indictments.

Saturday, 4 April 1858, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3389 –
MARRIAGES – At Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, Mr Jas TAFFELL, wine merchant, of Rochester, Kent, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the late J. FENSHAM, Esq, of Woolwich.

Thursday, 9 April 1818, Derby Mercury 4483 –
MARRIAGES – On Thursday, the 2d instant, at Clifton, by the Rev. T.A. METHUEN, John Pemberton PLUMPTRE, Esq, Barrister at law, eldest son of John P. PLUMPTRE, Esq, of Fredville, Kent, to Catherine Matilda, fourth daughter of the late Paul Cobb METHUEN, Esq, and sister of Paul METHUEN, Esq, of Corsham House, Wilts, M.P. for the county.

Saturday, 2 May 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3393 –
MARRIAGES – At Milton, next Sittingbourne, Mr Frederick CHATWIN, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr B. BAINES, proprietor of the Kent Herald.
DEATHS – At Bromley Lodge, Kent, the residence of his relation, Stewart ERSKINE, Esq, Captain Peter ROLLAND, of the Hon. East India Company’s service.

Thursday, 7 May 1818, Derby Mercury 4487 –
DEATHS – On the 1st instant, at Eltham, in Kent, Mrs ASHBORNHAM, wife of Denny ASHBORNHAM, Esq, and niece of the Rev. Dr. DIXON, of Staveley Hall, in this county.

Saturday, 9 May 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3394 –
DEATHS –
At Hastings, of a decline, Matthew WARNER, Esq, of Blackheath, Kent.
At Eltham, Kent, of a fever, Augusta, eldest daughter of Thos. CLEEVE, Esq.

Saturday, 20 June 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3400 –
DEATHS – At Sevenoaks, Kent, Mrs Mary LITCHFIELD, of John-street, Bedford-row.

Thursday, 25 June 1818, Caledonian Mercury 15100 –
MARRIAGES – At his brother’s house, Palace Yard, Edinburgh, on the 25th current, by the Rev Richard SHANNON, minister of St George’s Chapel, York Place, Richard DUFFIN, Esq, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Edward WILLSON, Esq, of Lewisham, in the county of Kent.

Saturday, 4 July 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3402 –
DEATHS – At Biddenden, in Kent, Mr John COLLINS, farmer, aged 65.

Thursday, 9 July 1818, Caledonian Mercury 15106 –
MARRIAGES – In the parish church at Speldhurst, near Tunbridge, Kent, on the 22d ultimato, by licence, Lord COCHRANE, to Miss Catharine Corbett BARNES, late of Bryanstone-street – a young lady of small fortunate but good family.

Saturday, 11 July 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3403 –
DEATHS –
At an advanced age, in Orchard-street, Portman-square, Lady FILMOR, relict of Sir John FILMOR, Bart, of East Sutton, Kent.
At Aylesford, Kent, William Alexander DUNNING, Esq, sen.

Saturday, 18 July 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3404 –
MARRIAGES –
At Fakenham, Kent, Frederick DEVEY, Esq, to Frances, fourth daughter of James BUTTIVANT, Esq, of Kennington.
At Eltham, Kent, James Nicholas ABDY, Esq, to Charlotte Georgiana, eldest daughter of Thomas KING, Esq, of Eltham.
DEATHS – At Strood, Kent, John BOGHURST, Esq, aged 94.  This gentleman retained the most perfect use of his faculties till the last, being able to see, read, write and hear, equal to most persons in the prime of life;  and, what is still more remarkable, after having attained his 90th year, he killed 12 small birds out of 13, with single shots.

Saturday, 1 August 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3406 –
MARRIAGES – Sampson, only son of S. KINGSFORD, Esq, of Sturry, near Canterbury, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Saml. BRENT, Esq, of Blackheath, in the county of Kent.
DEATHS – In the 63rd year of his age, Mr Booth HIBBERT, of Bromley, Kent.

Saturday, 8 August 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3407 –
DEATHS – At his son’s house, Chelsfield Court Lodge, Kent, Henry CRAWFORD, Esq, of the India Company’s Civil Service.

Thursday, 20 August 1818, Caledonian Mercury 15124 –
DEATHS – At the village of Leeds in Kent, a few days ago, Mr 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 5000 changes.  He was one of the fourteen who completed the whole revolution on the eight bells, viz. 40,320 changes in 27 hours, on the 7th and 8th days of April, 1761, on Leeds bells.  The deceased stood at one time 14 hours and 44 minutes.

Saturday, 22 August 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3409 –
DEATHS – Georgiana Martha, eldest daughter of H. WOODGATE, Esq, of Spring Grove, Pembury, Kent.

Saturday, 5 September 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3411 –
DEATHS –
In his 63d year, John HARRISON, Esq, of Denne Hill, Kent.
At Maidstone, aged 65, Henry CUTBUSH, Esq, one of the Jurats, and a Justice of the Peace for this town.

Saturday, 12 September 1818, Leeds Mercury 2783 –
MARRIAGES – On the 2d instant, Charles SELWYN, Esq, of the Royal Artillery, to Fanny, second daughter of the late Rev. John SIMONS, rector of Paul’s Cray, Kent.

Saturday, 19 September 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3413 –
MARRIAGES – At Sevenoaks, Mr Charles DRUCE, jun, of Billiter-square, to Ann, daughter of John F. CLARIDGE, Esq, of Sevenoaks, Kent.

Saturday, 19 September 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3413 –
DEATHS – At Eltham House, Kent, Mr James TAPPY, aged 84.

Saturday, 26 September 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3414 –
DEATHS – At Mottingham, Kent, Grace Manley, 3d daughter of Wm SMITH, Esq.

Saturday, 3 October 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3415 –
MARRIAGES – At Brasted, the Rev Thos. GREEN, vicar of Badby with Newnham, in Northamptonshire, to Elizabeth Anne, only daughter of the late Rev Mr PETERS, of Brasted Place, Kent.

Thursday, 8 October 1818, Derby Mercury 4510 –
DEATHS – On Thursday last, at Norton Court, in Kent, the Right Hon. Lady SONDES, only daughter of Richard MILES, Esq, of North Elnham in Norfolk, and Nockington in Kent.

Saturday, 10 October 1818, Caledonian Mercury 15149 –
MARRIAGES – At Seven Oaks, on the 1st current, by the Rev. S. BALE, Rector of Withyham, William LAMBARD, Esq, eldest son of M. LAMBARD, Esq, of Seven Oaks, Kent, to Harriet Elizabeth, fifth daughter of Sir James NASMYTH, Bart, of Posso, in the county of Peebles.

Tuesday, 13 October 1818, Hull Packet 1667 –
DEATHS – Lately, at Edinburgh, three weeks after having given birth to a son and heir, Elizabeth, wife of the Hon. Chas. Noel NOEL, of Barham Court, Kent, second daughter of the Hon. Sir George GREY, Bart, Commissioner of his Majesty’s Dock-yard at Portsmouth.  This amiable and much-lamented lady has been called from life at the early age of 19 years.

Saturday, 17 October 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3417 –
MARRIAGES – Edward RICE, Esq, of Dane Court, Kent, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Edward KNIGHT, Esq, of Chawton House, Hants, and Godmersham Park, Kent.

Saturday, 24 October 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3418 –
DEATHS – At Boughton Malberlie, Kent, aged 92, Mr Robert CUCKOO, who has been nearly three-score years the parish clerk.

Saturday, 12 December 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3425 –
DEATHS –
Suddenly, at Tenterden, Kent, Mr PARTON, many years a respectable miller of that place.
At his house, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Dr MAYO, M.D.

Saturday, 19 December 1818, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3426 –
DEATHS –
At Broomfield Hall, Somerset, Mrs William CRUCKSHANK, daughter of Wm BOYD, Esq, of Plaistow-green, Kent.
At Hastings, Miss Mary RUSSELL, of Lydd, in Kent.

Saturday, 9 January 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3429 –
MARRIAGES – At Horton Kirby, Kent, Mr John De BIE, of the Circus, Minories, to Mary, 2d daughter of Wm MUGGERIDGE, Esq, of the former place.
DEATHS – In Upper Berkeley-street, Mrs SCOTT, formerly of Scott’s Hall, Kent, aged 93.
At Deal, Kent, Elizabeth, the widow of the late Grosvenor WINCKWORTH, Esq, Captain in the Royal Navy.

Saturday, 16 January 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3430 –
MARRIAGES –
At Town Malling, Kent, J. PARKER, Esq, of Windermere, Westmoreland, to Miss Anne PARSONS;  and also J. KENTISH, Esq, of Upper Baker-street, Portman-square, to Miss Eleanor PARSONS, nieces of the Rev Mr PARSONS, of Sevenoaks.
At Tonge, near Sittingbourne, Robert Stewart BLANCHE, Esq, R.M., to Ann Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Rev William STRONG, rector of Norton, Kent.
DEATHS – Aged 57, Mr Wm CUTBUSH, keeper of his Majesty’s gaol, at Maidstone;  his widow, Mrs CUTBUSH, expired also on Monday evening, after a short illness.  Thus have husband and wife been taken away within a few days of each other.
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 St Leonard’s, West Malling, Kent, Francis Hubble DOUCE, Esq, one of the Magistrates of that county.

Monday, 25 January 1819, Caledonian Mercury 15194 –
DEATHS – At his house at Bromley, Kent, on the 17th current, in the 74th year of his age, William WALMSLEY, Esq (nearly 20 years Clerk of the Papers of the House of Lords), after a lingering and painful illness.

Saturday, 20 February 1819, Caledonian Mercury 15205 –
BIRTHS – On the 12th current, at Langley Farm, Kent, the Hon Mrs COLVILLE, of a son.

Saturday, 27 February 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3436 –
MARRIAGES – At Edenbridge, Kent, Allen MARSHALL, Esq, of Southwark, to Mary, second daughter of the late James ALEXANDER, Esq.

Saturday, 20 March 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3439 –
MARRIAGES – At Linsted, near Sittingbourne, Kent, Mr George HARRIOTT, of the Rectory, North Waltham, Hants, to Sarah, second daughter of Thomas ABBOTT, Esq, of Linsted.
DEATHS – At Hawkhurst, Kent, Mr John AYERST.
At North Frith, near Tunbridge, Christopher IDLE, Esq, aged 48, late M.P. for Weymouth.
Aged 43, Anne, wife of W.F. WOODGATE, Esq, formerly of Tunbridge, Kent.

Saturday, 27 March 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3440 –
MARRIAGES – Mr Chas BUTLER, of Cheapside, London, to Anne, only child of Wm. FENNER, Esq, of Ephraim House, Kent.
DEATHS – In Stanhope-street, Mayfair, aged 90, Chas BOONE, Esq, of Lee, Kent.  (NOTE: On the same page is a summary of his will, amounting to five hundred thousand pounds, left to his daughter Harriet DRUMMOND, ie Lady Drummond)

Tuesday, 13 April 1819, Hull Packet 1693 –
DEATHS – On Monday last, at Hartlip in Kent, Capt. SANDFORD, of the Royal Marines, brother-in-law to Mr TODD, of Wright-street, in this town.

Monday, 19 April 1819, Bristol Mercury 1516 –
DEATHS – April 2, at Deptford, Kent, Mary Ann, wife of Mr R. ORMOND, of St Michael’s Hill, in this city.

Saturday, 15 May 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3447 –
MARRIAGES – Maximilian D. DALISON, Esq, of Hamptons, Kent, to Anne Maria, daughter of Sir John SHAW, Bart of Kenward, Kent.

Saturday, 15 May 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3447 –
MARRIAGES – At Lewisham, N. GILBEE, Esq, of Denton-court near Gravesend, to Anne, daughter of Mrs FENNINGS.
DEATHS –
John YEATHERD, Esq, of Sydenham, Kent, aged 78.
At Blackheath, Kent, Mrs STANDART, of Guildford-street.

Saturday, 29 May 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3449 –
MARRIAGES – At South Lambeth, Richard PRESCOTT, Esq, to Miss KELLY, both of Eltham, Kent.

Saturday, 5 June 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3450 –
MARRIAGES – At Stone, in the Isle of Oxney, Kent, the Rev J. MORRIS, MA, Vicar of Feltham, Middlesex, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Jos. HODGES, Esq, of Appledore.

Saturday, 12 June 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3451 –
MARRIAGES –
At Dover, Kent, John Henry LATHAM, Esq, to Harriet Stringer, only daughter of Edward BRODERIP, Esq, M.D.
William GASCOIGNE, Esq, of Bapchild, to Sarah, 2d daughter of W. WHITEHEAD, Esq, of Teynham, Kent.

Saturday, 12 June 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3451 –
DEATHS – At Hawkhurst, Kent, Catherine, wife of Jesse GREGSON, Esq.

Saturday, 10 July 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3455 –
MARRIAGES – Mr George FISHER, of Wittersham, Kent, yeoman, to Sarah, daughter of the late Mr James AMOS, of Maldash, yeoman.

Saturday, 31 July 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3458 –
DEATHS – At the Oaks, Tenterden, Kent, Thomas WESTON, Esq, sen.

Saturday, 7 August 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3459 –
MARRIAGES – Sir Henry RODDAM-CALDER, Bart, of Park House, Kent, to Lady Frances Selma PERY, 3d daughter of the Earl of Limerick.

Saturday, 25 September 1819, Caledonian Mercury 15298 –
DEATHS – At his seat in Kent, on the 20th current, Sir Edward KNATCHBULL, Bart, one of the Members for that county.

Saturday, 9 October 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3468 –
DEATHS –
At Boughton Aluph, Kent, Ewell TRITON, Esq, a Commander in the Royal Navy.
At Middle-deal House, Kent, Capt. Edw. IGGULDEN, R.N.

Saturday, 3 November 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3473 –
MARRIAGES – Mr Henry BARTON, of Paul’s Cray, Kent, to Henrietta Felicia, eldest daughter of Thomas SEARS, Esq, of Dartford.

Saturday, 4 December 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3476 –
MARRIAGES – Mr Wm Marshall HUGHES, of Smeeth, Kent, to Miss Eliza JONES, of Uckfield.

Saturday, 18 December 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3478 –
DEATHS –
In Fenchurch-street, David JENNINGS, Esq, of Hall-house, Hawkhurst, Kent.
Mr FULLER, of Chesterfield, Kent, aged 67.

Friday, 24 December 1819, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3479 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, Mrs TAYNTON, wife of Mr TAYNTON, surgeon.

Saturday, 1 January 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3480 –
MARRIAGES – Mr William BOORMAN, of Headcorn, miller, to Miss E. WEST, of Tenterden, Kent.

Saturday, 8 January 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3481 –
MARRIAGES – Mr Jos. BAYLIS, wholesale grocer, Southwark, to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr J. MARTIN, of Shipbourne, Kent.
DEATHS –
At Rochester, John DONALD, Esq, late Collector of Excise for the county of Kent.
Suddenly, Mrs WARING, of Lewisham, wife of Richard WARING, Esq, late of St Mary Cray, Kent.
At Tunbridge Wells, Charlotte Catherine, wife of Captain James WALKER, C.B. Royal Navy.

Saturday, 22 January 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3483 –
DEATHS – In Great George-street, Hanover-square, aged 66, Charles WARDE, Esq, of Squerries Lodge, Kent.

Saturday, 29 January 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3484 –
DEATHS – At his house, Erith, Kent, Mr James PAGE, sen.

Saturday, 29 January 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3484 –
MARRIAGES – At Canterbury, the Rev Thomas Stephen HODGES, to Julia, third daughter of the late W. BOTELER, Esq, of Eastry, Kent.

Thursday, 3 February 1820, Freeman’s Issue Not Available –
BIRTHS – On the 26th ult, at Chipstead, Seven Oaks, Kent, the Lady of Captain ARROW, of the Royal Navy, of a daughter.

Saturday, 22 February 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3486 –
MARRIAGES – John Jenkin MACLEAN, Esq, of Quebec, Lower Canada, to Miss Ann BURRELL, of Sevenoaks, Kent.

Monday, 17 February 1820, Trewman’s Issue 2840 –
DEATH S- On the 31st ult, after a long and painful illness, borne with exemplary piety, Emma, eldest daughter of Colonel Thos. DOWNMAN, of Town Malling, Kent, and niece of Mrs DOWNMAN of the Circus, in this city.

Thursday, 24 February 1820, Trewman’s Issue 2841 –
DEATHS – On the 15th instant, the remains of the Right Hon. Vicery GIBBS were removed from his house in Russell-square, London, to his family vault at Hayes in Kent, attended by four mourning coaches and a number of carriages.

Saturday, 4 March 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3489 –
DEATHS – At Groombridge-place, Kent, John HARBROE, Esq, of Hall-place.

Saturday, 25 March 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3492 –
DEATHS – At Stone Castle, Kent, Mrs Mary SAVARY, relict of J.T. SAVERY, Esq, of Greenwich.

Saturday, 8 April 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3494 –
DEATHS –
At his family house at Shepherds, aged 73, John TEMPEST, Esq, of Cranbrook, Kent.
At Aylesford, Kent, Mr SMITH, surgeon of that place.
At Middle Deal House, Kent, the relict of K. FLEETWOOD, Esq.

Saturday, 15 April 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3495 –
MARRIAGES – At Bexley, Geo. GROTE, jun, Esq, of Threadneedle-street, banker, to Harriet, second daughter of Thos. LEWIN, Esq, of the Hollies, Kent.
DEATHS –
John HUGHES, Esq, of Union-street, Deptford.
Mrs WILMOT, of the Bell Inn, Bromley, Kent.

Saturday, 22 April 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3496 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev E.M. WILLAN, of Queenborough, Kent, to Harriet, youngest daughter of the late Marcus DIXON, Esq, of Barwell Court, Surrey.

Saturday, 22 April 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3496 –
MARRIAGES – At Farningham, Kent, Wm C. LEMPRIERE, Esq, Captain in the Royal Artillery, to Harriet, daughter of Thomas REID, Esq.
DEATHS – Mr Thomas EDMEADES, of Green-street-green, Kent.

Saturday, 29 April 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3497 –
MARRIAGES – At Nonington, Kent, the Rev Thomas CLAYTON GLYN, of Fairstud, Essex, to Jemima Julia, youngest daughter of William HAMMOND, Esq, of St Alban’s Court, Kent.
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, aged 51, the Rev James John TALMAN, MA, Chaplain of Bromley College, Vicar of North Curry, and of Stogumber, Somersetshire.

Saturday, 13 May 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3499 –
MARRIAGES – Mr W. JOHNSON, of Northfleet, Kent, to Miss WEYMAN, of Fulham.

Saturday, 20 May 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3500 –
DEATHS – At Rochford, Essex, Elizabeth, only daughter of the late John BOGHURST, Esq, of Strood, Kent.

Saturday, 3 June 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3502 –
MARRIAGES – Charles WILLIS, Esq, of Cranbrook, in Kent, to Mrs WHITEHEAD, of Hastings.
DEATHS – At Paris, Geo. DERING, Esq, of Barham Court, Kent.

Saturday, 10 June 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3503 –
MARRIAGES –
John LEEDS, Esq, of Ashford, Kent, to Miss L. MUSSARED, of Broadstairs.
At Lewisham, John LAWRIE, Esq, of the Adelphi, to Eliza, eldest surviving daughter of the late Richard SHUTE, Esq, of Sydenham, Kent.
DEATHS – At Headcorn, Kent, William WEDD, Gent, many years an opulent farmer at Chevening.

Saturday, 17 June 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3504 –
MARRIAGES – J.H. URQUHART, Esq, of Sevenoaks, Kent, to Louisa, daughter of the late Mr SPURRIER, of Poole, Dorset.

Saturday, 24 June 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3505 –
DEATHS – At Chertham, Kent, Mr Saml. SANKEY, yeoman.

Saturday, 24 June 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3505 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev Joseph RUSE, of Northbourne, Kent, to Charlotte, 2d daughter of the late Geo WARDEN, Esq, of Richmond, Surrey.

Thursday, 13 July 1820, Freeman’s Issue Not Available –
DEATHS – On the 24th ultimate, at Brambling House, near Wingham, in Kent, in the 54th year of his age, Captain John WOOD, of the Royal Navy.

Saturday, 29 July 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3510 –
DEATHS – Aged 75, the Right Rev William BENNETT, Bishop of Cloyne.  His remains were removed on Saturday from his house in Montague-square for interment in the family vault at Plumstead, Kent.  He was promoted to the See of Cloyne in1790 : the value of the Bishoprick was estimated at nearly 6,000/- per annum.

Saturday, 29 July 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3510 –
DEATHS –
At the Moat, Kent, Miss SELBY, only daughter of the late Thomas SELBY, Esq.
At Wrotham, Kent, very suddenly, Mrs E. FULLJAMES, aged 70.

Saturday, 19 August 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3513 –
DEATHS –
At Folkestone, in his 75th year, Henry CREED, Esq, of Ashford, Kent.
At Ramsgate, in consequence of his horse falling on him, Mr C. THORNTON, miller.

Saturday, 2 September 1820, Caledonian Mercury 15445 –
BIRTHS – At Langley Farm, Kent, on the 21st ultimate, the Hon. Mrs COLVILLE, of a daughter.

Saturday, 16 September 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3517 –
MARRIAGES – Sir Edward KNATCHBULL, Bart, M.P. for Kent, to Miss KNIGHT, of Godmersham.
DEATHS – At Ashford, Kent, George GEMMETT, Esq, aged 77.

Saturday, 23 September 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3518 –
MARRIAGES – Charles RUGG, Esq, to Rebecca, third daughter of the Rev. John SIMONS, LL.B, Rector of Paul’s Cray, Kent.

Saturday, 30 September 1820, Freeman’s Issue Not Available –
MARRIAGES – Saturday, at St Paul’s Church, Canterbury, by the Rev John Peachy FRANCIS, Richard HALFORD, Esq the younger, to Charlotte, widow of the late George DENNE, Esq, of Paddock House in Kent.

Saturday, 30 September 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3519 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, aged 74 years, John WHEBLE, Esq, the original projector, and till within these few years, the sole conductor of the County Chronicle.

Saturday, 30 September 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3519 –
MARRIAGES – At Severn Stoke, Worcestershire, John SCOTT, Esq, only son of James SCOTT, Esq, of Bromley, Kent, to Susannah Louisa, third daughter of the Rev J.F.S. FLEMING ST JOHN, one of the Prebendaries of the Worcester Cathedral.
DEATHS – Mary, second daughter of H.W. HARVEY, Esq, of Harnden, Kent, aged 25.

Saturday, 7 October 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3520 –
MARRIAGES – Mr J. THOMPSON, of Sandridge, Kent, to Maria Sophia, daughter of John PEARSON, Esq, of Hatton Garden, London.

Thursday, 29 October 1820, Trewman’s Oxford Journal 2875 –
MARRIAGES – Friday last, in the Chapel of Marlston, B. BUNBURY, Esq, of Marlston-House, a Deputy-Lieutenant and Magistrate for the County of Berks, to Mrs TAUBMAN, widow of the late Colonel TAUBMAN, and sister of Benjamin HURANNE, Esq, of Foots Cray Place, Kent.  (NOTE: This notice also appeared in Jackson’s Oxford Journal, published 21 October 3522, with gentleman’s surname spelt HARANCE).

Saturday, 28 October 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3523 –
MARRIAGES –
At Deptford, John WILLES, Esq, of Pembury, Kent, to Anne, eldest daughter of John HILLMAN, Esq, of the former place.  And, at the same time, Mr Thos. HILLMAN, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Richard GIBBS, Esq, of Poplar, Middlesex.
At Sheldwich Church, Kent, Mr Aminidab COOK, to Miss Mary BEAL, both of that place.  On the above occasion, a peal was rung on the church bells by six young maidens of Sheldwich.
DEATHS – Henry EDMEADES, Esq, of Norsted Court, Kent.

Monday, 30 October, 1820, Caledonian Mercury 15470 –
DEATHS – At Rodnham, Kent, on the 20th curt, Jane OLIVER, lady of Sir James MALCOLM, Royal Marines.

Saturday, 4 November 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3524 –
MARRIAGES – Mr John FRYE, of Thaxted, Essex, to Miss Mary WHITE, of Petham, Kent.

Saturday, 4 November 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3524 –
MARRIAGES – At Godmersham, Kent, Sir Edw. KNATCHBULL, Bart, M.P. of Mersham Hatch, to Fanny Catherine, eldest daughter of Edward KNIGHT, Esq, of Godmersham Park, and of Chawton House, Hants.

Thursday, 16 November 1820, Freeman’s Issue Not Available –
DEATHS – On the 7th instant, at Park House, Kent, Lady CALDER, widow of the late Major-General Sir Henry CALDER, Bart.

Saturday, 18 November 1820, Caledonian Mercury 15478 –
MARRIAGES – At London, on the 9th curt, D.J. BALLINGALL, Esq, eldest son of Major-General BALLINGALL, to Dorcas, daughter of the late Thomas WARD, of Sandhurst, Kent, Esq.

Saturday, 18 November 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3526 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev John THOMAS, BA, of Trinity College, Cambridge, to Ellen, only child of the late Thos. W. PRESTON, Esq, of Blackheath Hill, Kent.
DEATHS – At Addington Parsonage in Kent, the Rev Peter ELERS, many years Rector of that parish, and of Rishangles, in the county of Suffolk, aged 63.

Saturday, 2 December 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3528 –
DEATHS –
At Loam Pit Hall, Kent, Sarah, widow of Rd. NICHOLSON, Esq.
In Kennington-Lane, Edwin TURNER, Esq, formerly of Aylsford, Kent.

Saturday, 2 December 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3528 –
MARRIAGES – W.B. MAY, Esq, of Hadlow Court Castle, Kent, to Mary Susanna, only daughter and heiress of the late John PORTER, Esq, of Fish Hall, Hadlow.

Saturday, 23 December 1820, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3531 –
DEATHS – At Farningham, Kent, Bridget, widow of the Rev. Marmadule LEWIS, Rector of Lullingstone, in the same county.

 

1821-1822

Saturday, 6 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3533 –
DEATHS – At Beckenham, in Kent, Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. GODBY, R.N.

Saturday, 20 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3535 –
DEATHS –
At Woodfall House, Yalding, Kent, Mrs SIDNEY.
At Crayford, Kent, aged 42, William THOMSON, M.D.

Saturday, 27 January 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3536 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev. Richard DAVIS, Vicar of St Nicholas, and Head Master of the Free Grammar School, Leicester, to Miss MERCER, of Lewisham, Kent.
DEATHS – The Rev Henry KIPLING, Vicar of Plumstead, Kent.

Saturday, 3 February, 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3537 –
MARRIAGES – John WYNNE, Esq, of Garthmellio, Denbighshire, to Ann, daughter of Thomas FRY, Esq, of Strood, Kent.
DEATHS – At Frindsbury, Kent, Geo. GUNNING, Esq, aged 69, one of the oldest Magistrates of the county.

Saturday, 10 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3538 –
DEATHS –
At Tovil House, near Maidstone, James HULKES, Esq, aged 50 years, formerly M.P. for Rochester.
Suddenly, while eating a hearty dinner, Mrs LITTLE, of Strood, Kent.

Saturday, 17 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3539 –
DEATHS –
At Tenterden, in Kent, Sarah, wife of W. ELPHICKE, Esq.
At Bromley, Kent, Robt. WALLER, Esq, in the 79th year of his age.

Saturday, 24 February 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3540 –
DEATHS – At Eltham, Kent, in the 81st year of his age, the Rev Dr WILDGRESS, Rector of Rawneth, Essex, and late Reader of the Temple Church.

Saturday, 10 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3542 –
MARRIAGES – Mr J. CHANCELLOR, of Chelsea, to Rebecca, daughter of the late T. WILMOT, Esq, of Shoreham, Kent.

Saturday, 17 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3543 –
MARRIAGES –
Capt. W. COLES, of the Royal Lancers, to Miss BUTLER, only daughter of the late George BUTLER, Esq, of Downe, Kent.
At Sevenoaks, Capt. M. HALLIDAY, R.N., to Mrs SLACK, widow of the late T.C. SLACK Esq.
W. HODSOLL, jun, Esq, of South Ash, to Amelia, daughter of the late William KETTELL, Esq, of Waterinbury, both in Kent.
DEATHS – At Bishop’s Down Grove, Tunbridge Wells, Mrs ROBERTSON.
At Birmingham, aged 26, Matilda, wife of Mr John HARLOW, lace Ordnance Barrack Master at Sevenoaks.

Saturday, 31 March 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3545 –
MARRIAGES – At Hornsey, Middlesex, Mr J.B. BRENCHLEY, of York-street, Southwark, to Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Mr Wm MYNN, of Goudhurst, Kent.
DEATHS – After an illness of 48 hours, in her 22d year, Ann, wife of Mr John MATTHEWS, and eldest daughter of Mr John WILLEN, of Gravesend, Kent.

Saturday, 7 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3546 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, in Kent, Elizabeth, wife of Mr CHEYNE, in her 43d year.

Saturday, 7 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3546 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, in the 64th year of his age, the Rev Wm. GIRDLESTONE, Rector of Kelling cum Salthouse, Norfolk.

Saturday, 14 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3547 –
DEATHS – At Orpington Parsonage, Kent, aged 81, the widow of the Rev Mr CLARKE, Minor Canon of Windsor, whom she survived only three months.

Saturday, 21 April 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3548 –
DEATHS – At Chislehurst in Kent, aged 86, Mrs Mary TOWNSHEND, sister to the late Lord Viscount Sydney.

Saturday, 5 May 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3550 –
MARRIAGES – Mr J. MORLEY, of Mecklenburgh-square, to Sarah, daughter of Mr Henry LEE, of Leampit-hill, Kent.
DEATHS – At Woolwich, Kent, aged 58, Sarah, wife of Henry DUGLEBY, Esq.

Wednesday, 9 May 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3826 –
MARRIAGES – At Scarborough, on the 30th April, Archibald GIBSON, Esq, merchant in Edinburgh, to Mrs MACGHIE, widow of the deceased Thomas MACGHIE, of Bridge Place, in the county of Kent, Esq.

Saturday, 19 May 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3552 –
DEATHS – At Brighton, Susannah, daughter of Richard ALLNUTT, Esq, of South Park, Penshurst, Kent.

Saturday, 2 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3554 –
MARRIAGES – At Cheriton, Kent, the Rev Edmund Burke LEWIS, Rector of Toddington, Bedfordshire, to Anne, eldest daughter of the Rev Julius Drake BROCKMAN, Rector of Cheriton and Vicar of Newington, in the same county.

Saturday, 16 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3556 –
DEATHS –
At Sellings, Kent, Mr John BRAN, a respectable farmer of that place, aged 60.
At Rochester, Mr BISHOP, druggist, of the brain fever;  a brother and sister of the deceased have died of the same disorder within the last 18 months.
F. MARKETT, Esq, of Meopham Court Lodge, Kent.
At New Romney, Kent, Mr TOLHURST, many years an eminent grazier of that place.

Saturday, 23 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3557 –
MARRIAGES –
Thomas DAVIDS, Esq, of Crayford, Kent, to Maria, daughter of Thomas SMITH, Esq, late of Paul House, Edmonton.
DEATHS – At Dover, John Minet FECTOR, Esq, aged 67 years.  A few years ago he served the office of High Sheriff of Kent, and was since a magnificent entertainer of the four greatest reigning Monarchs in Europe.
In Upper Harley-street, Mrs KING, of Kelsey Park, Beckenham, Kent.

Saturday, 23 June 1821, Morning Chronicle 16280 –
BIRTHS – At Shooter’s-hill, Kent, on the night of Wednesday last, the Lady of G.W. BAKER, Esq, Royal Artillery, of a daughter.

Saturday, 30 June 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3558 –
DEATHS – The Rev D. IBBETSON, MA, Rector of Halstead, Kent.

Saturday, 21 July 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3561 –
MARRIAGES – July 17 at St John’s, Hackney, the Rev Baden POWELL, MA, Vicar of Plumstead, eldest son of Baden POWELL, Esq, of Langton, Kent, to Eliza, the eldest daughter of V.F. RIVAZ, Esq, of Upper Clapton.  AND, at the same time and place, Francis RIVAZ, Esq, eldest son of the above V.F. RIVAZ, to Maria, third daughter of the late Rev Francis CLIFTON, of Alverstoke, Hants, Rector of Eastwell.

Saturday, 28 July 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3562 –
DEATHS – 
The Rev J. WILLIAMS, Curate of Plastow, Kent.
At Cheltenham, Sir Thomas Marryon WILSON, Bart, of Charlton House, Kent, in his 48th year.

Saturday, 4 August 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3563 –
DEATHS – Mr J. MACE, of Wansunt Farm, Bexley, Kent, aged 78, one of the oldest sportsmen in the county.

Monday, 13 August 1821, Caledonian Mercury 15592 –
DEATHS – At his residence, Leeds Castle, in the county of Kent, on the 5th current, General Philip MARTIN, in the 89th year of his age.

Wednesday, 15 August 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3840 –
DEATHS – On Thursday last, at Greenwich, Mrs BURNEY, the widow of the late Rev Charles BURNEY, DD, Rector of St Paul’s, Deptford, and of Cliffe, Kent.

Saturday, 25 August 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3566 –
DEATHS – The Rev H. MORLAND, Rector of Horsemonden, Kent.

Saturday, 1 September 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3567 –
MARRIAGES – Thos. Stead CARTER, Esq, barrister at law, of Lincoln’s Inn, to Eliza Sophia, only daughter of the late Richard POWIS, Esq, of Sedcup, Kent.

Saturday, 8 September 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3568 –
DEATHS –
At Beckenham, Kent, William Christopher CUPPAGE, Esq, of Old Broad-street, solicitor, aged 46.
At Strood, Kent, in consequence of mortification caused by cutting a corn on the foot until it bled, Mrs BUCK, wife of Mr BUCK, butcher, aged 33.

Wednesday, 3 October 1821, Aberdeen Journal 3847 –
BIRTHS – On 31 August, at Rome, the Lady of Thomas BONAR, Esq, of Camden Place, Kent, of a daughter.

Saturday, 6 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3571 –
MARRIAGES – At Ipswich, Lieut. C. WISE, R.N., of Burden, Kent, to Frances Sophia, eldest daughter of Mr W.H. BRADY, of the former place.
DEATHS – At Boxley House, Kent, in her 64th year, the Hon. Mrs F. MARSHAM, aunt to the Earl of Romney.

Saturday, 13 October 1821, Caledonian Mercury 15618 –
SIGNAL HUMANITY – At Lord CAMDEN’S seat, the Hermitage, near Seven Oaks, in Kent, the following important information was exhibited a few weeks since:-  “This is to give notice, that Lord Camden does not mean to shoot himself, or any of his tenants, till the 14th of September.”

Saturday, 13 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3572 –
DEATHS – At Nizelles near Seven Oaks, Kent, aged 73, Thomas PONTON, Esq.

Wednesday, 17 October 1821, Derby Mercury 4658 –
MARRIAGES – On Saturday last at Otterdon Church, Kent, the Hon. Captain CAMPBELL, R.N., M.P., to Charlotte, second daughter of General GASCOYNE, M.P.

Sunday, 21 October 1821, The Examiner 720 –
DEATHS – On the 3d instant, aged 55, Thomas HAMILTON, Esq, of Bromley Common, Kent, late of Copthall-court, London.

Saturday, 27 October 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3574 –
DEATHS – The Rev. W.T. PATTENSON, Rector of Frinsted, Kent.

Saturday, 3 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3575 –
DEATHS – Aged 60, Henrietta, wife of the Rev John HODSON, of Thornham, Kent.

Saturday, 10 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3576 –
MARRIAGES – At the Ambassador’s Chapel, at Paris, the Baron de Gavedele GEARING, to Eliza, widow of George DERING, Esq, son of the late, and uncle of the present Sir Edward DERING, Bart, of Surrenden, Dering, Kent.
DEATHS – At Court Lodge, Hunton, in Kent, Thomas TURNER, Esq.

Saturday, 24 November 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3578 –
DEATHS – At Greenhithe, Kent, of a decline, Eliza, twin daughter of Thos. BIRD, Esq, aged 19 years.

Saturday, 1 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3579 –
DEATHS – At Malling Abbey, Kent, G.T.H. FOOTE, Esq, aged 77.

Saturday, 8 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3580 –
DEATHS – At Teston, Kent, Mr David THOMPSON, many years Stewart to the Barham Court Estates.

Saturday, 15 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3581 –
DEATHS – In his 70th year, William HAMMOND, Esq, of St Alban’s Court, Kent.

Saturday, 22 December 1821, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3582 –
MARRIAGES –
P. ANDREWS, Esq, of Ashford, Kent, to Mary, daughter of Mr NORBY, of the same place.
Francis, son of Joseph WIGG, Esq, of North Place, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Thomas Edward SHERWOOD, Esq, of Lewisham, Kent.

Saturday, 5 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3584 –
MARRIAGES – Major ONSLOW, of the 4th (or Queen’s Own) Light Dragoons, to Mildred, daughter of John JONES, Esq, of East Wickham House, Kent.

Saturday, 12 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3585 –
DEATHS – At Wye, Kent, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William SCUDMORE, Esq.

Saturday, 19 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3586 –
MARRIAGES – The Rev J. STOKES, Vicar of Cobham, Kent, to Miss FRANKS, of Rochester.

Saturday, 26 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3587 –
MARRIAGES – At Speldhurst, Kent, J.W. SMITH, Esq, only son of Lieutenant-General SMITH, of the Royal Artillery, to Charlotte, to eldest daughter of the late Robert WOODMAS, Esq, of Montagu-square, Middlesex.

Saturday, 26 January 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3587 –
DEATHS – Hewett COBB, Esq, of Clement’s Inn, and of Sydenham, Kent, many years a respectable solicitor, and proprietor of the Brighton Theatre.

Saturday, 2 February 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3588 –
DEATHS – At the Vicarage House of Wolverton, Bucks, aged 25, Louisa Catherine, wife of the Rev Henry Reade QUARTERLEY, and youngest sister of Sir John HONYWOOD, Bart, of Evington, Kent.

Saturday, 23 February 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3591 –
DEATHS –
In Upper Harley-street, Wm Baliol BEST, Esq, aged 29, youngest son of the late George BEST, Esq, of Chilston Park, Kent.
At Hastings, Miss MONTRESOR, of Rose Hill, Kent.
Mr Henry PULLEN, of Maidenhead, aged 82, upwards of 50 years a coachman on the Bath road.

Saturday, 16 March 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3594 –
DEATHS – At Merchant TAYLOR’s School, aged 75, the Rev Thomas CHERRY, BD, Vicar of Sellings, Kent.

Wednesday, 20 March 1822, Derby Mercury 4680 –
BIRTHS – On Saturday last, at Barham Court, Kent, the lady of the Hon. Charles Noel NOEL, of a daughter.

Saturday, 30 March 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3596 –
DEATH S- In the East Indies, Captain John Henry TALBOT, of the 22d Native Infantry, eldest son of Robert TALBOT, Esq, of Stone Castle, Kent.

Saturday, 20 April 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3599 –
DEATHS – At Bromley, Kent, Mary, relict of Wm WALMSLEY, Esq, many years copying clerk of the House of Lords.

Saturday, 27 April 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3600 –
DEATHS –
In his 93d year, Alured PINCKE, Esq, of Sharsted, Kent.
At Ashford, Kent, Mr John WOOD, yeoman.  Also, aged 50, Mr NICKALLS, one of the Society of Friends.
At his father’s residence, Champion-hill, Camberwell, aged 34, Rd. C. CROUGHTON, Esq, of Tenterden, Kent.
At Tenterden, Kent, Mr Thomas WENMAN, aged 88.  His death was occasioned by a bullock, which, having run wild from Appledore to Tenterden, gored him in the groin in a dreadful manner, in which painful state he lingered for several days.

Saturday, 11 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3602 –
DEATHS –
Mrs TWOPENNY, wife of William TWOPENNY, Esq, of Woodstock Park, Kent.
Mr HOSKING, attorney, of Sheerness.

Saturday, 18 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3603 –
DEATHS – At Middle Deal House, Kent, James CLARINGBOLD, Esq, aged 72.
At Great Chart, Kent, Mr S. DURTNAL, yeoman.

Saturday, 25 May 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3604 –
DEATHS – Aged 62, Charlotte, wife of S. WALCH, Esq, of Bromley Common, Kent.

Saturday, 1 June 1822, Jackson’s oxford Journal 3605 –
MARRIAGES – At West Malling, Kent, John WOOD, jun, solicitor, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, to Isabella Doree, daughter of John BAX, Esq, of West Malling.

Saturday, 6 July 1822, Leeds Mercury 2978 –
MARRIAGES – On Thursday week, at Rivers, Kent, John BAYLEY, Esq, eldest son of the Hon. Mr Justice BAYLEY, to Charlotte Mary, second daughter of the late John Minet FECTOR, Esq, of Dover, and Earnsey Abbey, in the same county.

Saturday, 27 July 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3613 –
MARRIAGES – Charles Ricketts GRIMANI, Esq, to Miss Sarah White FINCH, both of Lee, Kent.
DEATHS – In his 68th year, Thomas FULLER, Esq, late of Favingham, Kent.

Saturday, 3 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3614 –
MARRIAGES – Thomas K. CROW, Esq, solicitor of Sevenoaks, Kent, to Laura, only child of Mr W. HODSOLL, of Holborn.

Saturday, 10 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3615 –
MARRIAGES – Edw. TWOPENNY, Esq, of Rochester, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George SMITH, Esq, of Camer, Kent.

DEATHS – At the Court Lodge, East Farleigh, Kent, aged 69, Lucy, the wife of George DOMINICUS, Esq.
At High Elms, near Farnborough, Kent, in her 20th year, Anne LUBBOCK, eldest daughter of Hugh William BROWN, Esq, of St James’s-place.

Saturday, 10 August 1822, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3615 –
MARRIAGES – Henry, second son of S. WELCH, Esq, of Bromley-common, Kent, to Adelaide, daughter of T. THORNTON, Esq, of Springfield-grove, Horsham, Sussex.
DEATHS – At Bexley, Kent, aged 100, William HENSHAW, Esq.

Saturday, 31 August 1822, Caledonian Mercury 15757 –
DEATHS – At Shooter’s Hill, Kent, on the 24th current, General Sir Thomas BLOMEFIELD, Bart, in his 79th year.

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