MALTON MESSENGER - Published 3 July 1858

BIRTHS

On the 2nd ult., at Raskelf, the wife of Mr James HODGSON, of a son.

On the 26th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm ROBINSON, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 17th ult., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Rotherham, by the Rev. P. PEARSON, John S. BERRIMAN, Esq., Tutor, Wesley College, Sheffield, to Miss Eliza HOWSON, Eastwood Mount, near Rotherham.

On the 24th ult., at Acklam, by the Rev. T.H. BARTON, Mr Holliday HARRISON to Miss Rachel IAN? (or ION?), both of Acklam.

On the 27th ult., at the parish church, Crambe, by the Rev. G. SMITH, Mr John FROST, turner, to Ann, the second daughter of the late John KING, Slingsby.

Same day, at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr Matthew ARGUMENT, shipwright, to Miss Susannah HILL, both of Whitby.

On the 29th ult., at St. Leonard's church, by the Rev. J.C.A. CLARKSON, Mr John MOORE, dealer in earthenware, to Esther, daughter of Mr Jeremiah SWALES, both of Malton.

Same day, at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr Alexander TURNBULL, merchant,Leith, to Maria, the fourth daughter of Francis PICKERNELL, Esq., engineer, of Whitby Piers.

Same day, at St. Michaels, Spurriergate, York, by the Rev. Canon SUTTON, Mr John MASON, chemist, Norton, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr G. GROVES, cabinet-maker, of that city.

DEATHS

On the 22nd ult., at Raskelf, Mrs Elizabeth GILLBANK, widow of the late Mr Chas. GILLBANK, aged 62, very much respected.

On the 24th ult., same place, the infant son of Mr Jas. HODGSON.

On the 25th ult., at Welburn, after a long and tedious illness, Mrs Jane ELSWORTH, aged 21.

Same day, at Great Ayton, Mrs WRIGHT, aged 89.

Same day, at Scagglethorpe, Jane, the wife of Mr John FOORD, aged 64.

Same day, at Malton, Samuel Thomas, son of Mr M FAMILTON?, railway guard, aged 1 year.

On the 26th ult., at York, Mr John HARLAND, formerly of Fridaythorpe, aged 74.

On the 27th ult., at Old Malton, Mrs Sarah RUSTON, aged 92.

Same day, at Norton, infant son of Mr Thomas SPAVEN.

Same day, at Sherburn, Hannah, widow of the late Mr John THOMPSON, aged 68. She had been an approved member of the Wesleyan Methodist Connexion upwards of 30 years, and the end of her respected life was peace.

On the 29th ult., at Pocklington, Flora Eliza, the infant daughter of Mr John APPLETON, stonemason.

On the 1st inst., at New Malton, John infant son of Mr Charles DUNHAM, aged 4.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 10 July 1858

BIRTHS

On the 2nd inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr W. W. KING, of a son.

On the 3rd inst., at Whitby, the wife of Mr S. MERRYWEATHER, surgeon dentist, of a son.

On the 4th inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr J. BEAL, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr J.G. TOMLINSON, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. TAYLOR, grocer, &c., Castlegate, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 3rd inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Robt. HOPPER, of Snainton, Miss Mary RAPP, of Swinton.

Same day, at Rillington, Mr John THOMPSON, Scampston, to Miss Mary LENN, of the same place.

Same day, at St. Michael's church. spurriergate, York, by the Rev. Cannon SUTTON, Mr Thos. STEPHENSON, city Arms, York, to Miss Margeret SIMPKINS, of Malton.

On the 7th inst., at the parish church Whitby, Mr Thos. WADE, of Birdsall, near Malton, to Miss Hannah JEFFERSON, of Whitby.

DEATHS

On the 28th ult., at Thornton, after a lingering illness, borne with christian patience, Mary HICKEY, aged 50, much respected.

On the 1st inst., Middlecave, Old Malton, Elizabeth, wife of Mr David WATSON, miller, aged 55.

Same day, at Malton, John, son of Mr Chas. DUNNSHOW, aged 4 years.

Same day, at the Union Workhouse, Malton, Elizabeth DALES, aged 25.

On the 2nd inst., at Broughton, Jane, wife of Mr John HUTCHINSON, aged 53.

Same day, at Thirsk, William, youngest son of Robt. ARMITAGE, Esq., borough bailiff, aged 24.

On the 3rd inst., at Thirsk, Mr Michael HORNER of the Black Lion inn, much respected.

Same day, at Hull, Mr Joseph GARBUTT, formerly of Kirby-Moorside, wine and spirit merchant, aged 74, much respected.

On the 4th inst., at Grove Villa, Norton, Mrs Mary WILSON, aged 82.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, Mr John RENNARD, innkeeper, Rockingham Arms Inn, aged 44.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 17 July 1858

BIRTHS

On the 4th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. BRIGHAM, of a son.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Henry STEPHENSON, of a son.

On the 11th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr John REMMER, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 11th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Josh. FALCONBRIDGE, builder, Stockton, to Anne Mary, only daughter of Mr W. THOMPSON, shipowner,

Cleveland Terrace, Ruswarp.

On the 15th inst., at Whitby, Mr T. ARNELL, farmer, Ness Mill, near Whitby, to Miss Mary COOPER, Hawkser.

Same day, at Norton, by the Rev. Edmund DAY, vicar, assisted by the Rev. Canon PRESTON, rector of Bulmer, (uncle to the bride,) Wm. WALKER, Esq., of High Field House, Notts., to Ellen Sophia, youngest daughter of the late Henry PRESTON, Esq., Norton Cottage.

Same day, Mr W. NICHOLSON, station master, Rillington, to Miss SWABY, Marishes.

DEATHS

On the 6th inst., at Stokesley, Mr John HALTON, tailor, aged 32. Upwards of 70 of the bretheren of the Loyal Cleveland Lodge of Odd Fellows, M.U. attended the funeral to pay their last tribute of respect.

On the 9th inst., at Nafferton, Mr Wm. LAYBOURNE, aged 69.

On the 10th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Geo. WILSON, boot and shoemaker, aged 55, much respected.

Same day, at Whitby, Mr Robt. PANNET, hairdresser, St. Anns' Staith, Whitby, aged 63.

On the 11th inst., same place, Mr John SCHOFIELD, shipowner, Belle Vue Terrace, Whitby, aged 73.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mrs Isabella SNOWDON, aged 75.

Same day, at Broughton, Mr Thos. MERRYWEATHER, aged 80.

On the 12th inst., at Whitby, James, only son of Mr J. GREEN, grocer, Church Street, aged 2 years.

On the 13th inst., same place, Sarah Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr W.KNAGGS, coal merchant, aged 9 years.

On the 14th inst., at Malton, Maria, daughter of Mr Christopher WILSON, aged 4 years.

On the 15th inst., at York County Hospital, Mr Joseph WRAY, boot and shoemaker, Norton, aged 66. He had been suffering for a length of time, when he was conveyed to York on the 17th June for the purpose of having his leg amputated, which was done on the 22nd, below the knee.

Same day, at Norton, Jane Ann, daughter of Mr James WRAY, aged 4 months.

Same day, at Thirsk, Mr Robt. ADAMS, aged 73, deservedly respected.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 24 July 1858

BIRTHS

On the 17th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Jas. BOTTERILL, of a daughter.

On the 21st inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. HOPPER, grocer, of a son.

MARRIAGES

Recently, Alexander W. SMITH, Esq., of Fallowfield Lodge, Manchester, to Miss CRUDDAS, of Newcastle.

On the 17th inst., at Nafferton, by the Rev. James DAVIDSON, M.A. assisted by the Rev. J. MELLON, Mr Wm. BELLWOOD, Heighington, in the county of Durham, to Miss Betsy BELT, fourth daughter of Thos. BELT, veterinary surgeon and farmer.

On the 19th inst., at St. Michael's church, Mr Robert PANTRY, of Malton, to Miss Elizabeth MARTINDALE, of Old Malton.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Wm. YOUNG, of Thorpebasset, to Mrs Jane WILSON, of Old Malton.

On the 20th inst., at All Saint's church, Kirby-underdale, by the Rev. J.W. ATKINSON, M.A., Ramsey, second son of Ramsey GARWOOD, Esq., of Full Sutton, to Anne, eldest daughter of C. WIGGLESWORTH, Esq., of Garraby House.

DEATHS

On the 18th inst., at Brawby, Sarah, wife of Mr Robt. FAIRY, aged 29.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mr Robert THIRKELL, shoemaker, aged 61, highly respected.

On the 23rd inst., at Norton, Ellen, the wife of Mr Wm. HOPPER, grocer, &c.,Commercial-Street, aged 26.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 31 July 1858

BIRTHS

On the 20th inst., at Allerston, the wife of Mr SOWERSBY of twins.

On the 24th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr John COLLISON of a son.

On the 25th inst., the wife of Mr WIGGLESWORTH, Coal Depot, of a son.

Same day, at Ruswarp, the wife of Mr J. CARR of twins.

MARRIAGES

On the 21st inst., at St. John's Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, by Rev. George CRUDDAS, brother of the bride, Alexander W. Smith, Esquire, of Fallowfield Lodge, Manchester, to Jane Maria, eldest daughter of George CRUDDAS, Esquire, of Glowich, Newcastle.

On the 24th inst., at St. Michael's Church, by the Rev. J. WALKER, John WILLOWS to Ann BOYS, both of Malton.

On the 26th inst., at the Union Board-room, Pickering, Mr J. ATKINSON, Wrelton, to Anne, only daughter of Mr S. NELLIS, tailor, Thornton.

On the 28th inst., at the Parish Church, Whitby, Mr J NEWTON, master-mariner, to Miss Mary WORMALD, of Whitby.

DEATHS

On the 19th inst., of consumption, aged 21, Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Archibald MEGGET, Esq., M.D. Ayton, near Scarbro'.

On the 22nd inst., at Swinton, Maria, daughter of the late Mr John SLEIGHTHOLME, aged 18 years.

On the 24th inst., at Stokesley, Mr Stephen AINSLEY, grocer, aged 64.

On the 25th at Amotherby, Hannah, relict of Mr Robert SALTON, shoemaker, aged 76.

On the 27th inst., at Norton, Mr Richard WARD, limeburner, aged 47.

On the 28th inst., Mr Richard FOSTER, mariner, aged 77, he was the oldest member of the Union Society.

On the 29th, Thomas HEWRY, Esq., of the Hollens, Grosmont, aged 52 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 7 August 1858

BIRTHS

On the 29th ult., at Great Ayton, Cleveland, the wife of Mr Robert SHEPHERD, of a son.

On the 3rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John SELLER, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

Recently, at the Register office, Stokesly, to Miss Helena Sophia SIMPKIN, of Canterbury.

On the 31st ult., at Kilburn, by the Rev G. SWAINSON, Mr G.C. GIBSON, of Whitby, to Miss Sarah Maria BLAND, of Scincliffe.

On the 3rd inst., at the parish church, Yedingham, by the Rev. W. CARTER, Mr George FEARNLEY, to Miss Mary CARTWRIGHT, both of West Heslerton.

On the 5th inst., at the Register-office, Malton, Mr John SMITHIES, to Mrs Mary MITCHELL, both of Hovingham.

DEATHS

On the 29th ult., at the Hollins, Grosmont, Whitby, Mr Thomas Henry HAY, aged 52 years.

On the 30th ult., at Welburn, Mr Nichol HEWSON, boot and shoemaker, aged 49 years.

Same day, at Thirsk, Mr William TAYLOR, aged 71 years; and on the 1st inst., aged 78, his wife. Both were interred at the same time at Thirsk.

On the 31st ult., at West Cliffe, Whitby, Mr Richard WOOD, mariner, aged 91 years.

Same day, at Whitby, William Knaggs, son of Mr T. P. YEOMAN, draper, Church Street, aged 10 months.

Same day at Norton, Mr James SELLER, aged 66 years. He was for 46 years a steady and consistent member of the Wesleyan Society, and for upwards of 42 years a local preacher in connection with that body, being the oldest on the plan. His end was peace.

On the 4th inst., at Stokesley, Mr John DAVISON, grocer and tea dealer, aged 71 years, highly respected.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 14 August 1858

BIRTHS

On the 9th inst., at Birdsall Hall, Lady Middleton, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 8th, inst., at Norton, Mr John WATSON, to Miss Sarah FORD.

On the 10th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr R.F. TRENHOLM, farmer, Sedgefield, Durham, to Miss Mary KILBURN of Whitby.

Same day, at the parish church, Stockton-on-Tees, by the Rev. F.J. JAMES, vicar, John WREN, Esq., of the firm of Wren and sons, corn merchants, to Mrs CHILD, all of Stockton.

On the 12th inst., at Aldro', near Boro'bridge, by the Rev. H. HOLDSWORTH, Mr G.C. BOND, of the East-Riding Bank, Malton, to Eliza, daughter of Mr SLATER, nurseryman, of the same place.

DEATHS

On the 5th inst., at Stokesley, Mr Edward GLASPER, aged 23, much respected. A number of the bretheren of the Loyal Cleveland Lodge of Odd Fellows, M.U., attended the funeral.

On the 7th inst., at Old Malton, Hannah, relict of Mr John BENSON, cordwainer, aged 66.

Same day, at Norton, Mary, wife of Mr David BROWN, aged 58.

Same day, at Whitby, J.R. LAIDLEY, aged 2 years.

On the 8th inst., same place, Mrs Dinah HUGILL, aged 94.

Same day, at Castle-Howard, Georgina, Countess of Carlisle.

On the 10th inst., at Norton, Ann, widow of the late Robert MEDD, waggoner, aged 85. She was for many years servant to Messrs Cleathing and Bell, merchants, Malton.

Same day, at Gate Fulford, Mrs Sarah HICK, aged 93.

On the 11th inst., at Leeds, Mr John GILL, late of this town, aged 60.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 21 August 1858

BIRTHS

On the 12th inst., the wife of Robert ATKINSON, Cope Lodge, Hartoft, of a daughter.

DEATHS

On the 12th inst., at Old Malton, Mr Wm. FROST, rabbit dealer, aged 77.

On the 17th inst., at Allerston Marishes, Mr Richard NEWLOVE, aged 36.

Same day, Mr Robert HAMILTON, baker, Church-street, Whitby, age 42 years. He was the author of "Whitby Footpaths," and a very frequent contributor of other articles to this paper. His death is keenly felt by a large circle of friends.

Same day, Mr Mark WEIGHILL, White Horse and Griffin Inn, Church Street, Whitby, aged 34 years.

On the 18th inst., at New Malton, Mr William ELLIOT, bacon factor and tallow chandler, Wheelgate, Malton, aged 71 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 28 August 1858

MARRIAGES

On the 19th inst., at St. Paul's church, Holdgate-road, York, by the Rev. W.A. CARTLEDGE, Mr Edward Henry Pickering, bookseller, York, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr George CHAPMAN, of Archers' Cottage, Holdgate.

Same day, at the parish church, Hunmanby, by the Rev. R.M. TAYLOR, vicar, Mr Thos. ELLERKER, gardener, to Miss Martha DIXON, both of Hunmanby.

DEATHS

On the 17th inst., Mr Ralph BRECKON, butcher, Grosmont, aged 32.

On the 19th inst., at Rosedale, Mr John KNEESHAW, clock and watch-maker, Pickering, aged 29, much respected.

On the 20th inst., at Messrs Bird's Cottage, Grosmont, Mrs Mary HARWOOD, widow and relict of Mr Thos. HARWOOD, Goathland, aged 87.

Same day, at Malton, Ann, relict of Mr Henry RYMER, aged 77.

On the 21st inst., at Slingsby, after a long and painful illness, borne with true Christian patience, Mrs COOPER, aged 87.

On the 22nd inst., at Malton, Dinah, wife of Mr George LEE, blacksmith, aged 2?.

Same day, at Norton, the Rev. Daniel JACKON, Wesleyan minister, aged 68.

Same day, Rachel Amelia, youngest daughter of the late Wm. WILKINSON, jun., Whitby, aged 16.

On the 25th inst., same place, Elizabeth HABKIRK, aged 37.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 4 September 1858

BIRTHS

On the 21st ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr John MOORE, of a daughter.

Same day, the wife of Mr John PARNABY, of a daughter.

On the 26th ult., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas WATSON, of a son.

On the 28th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr Jeremiah SWALES, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr James KITSON, of a son.

On the 29th ult., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr John DOUGHTY, of a son.

On the 30th ult., the wife of the Rev. John WALKER, of a son.

On the 31st ult., the wife of Harcourt JOHNSTONE, Esq., Scalby, of a son.

Same day, the wife of Mr J. ANDREW, confectioner and grocer, Baxtergate, Whitby, of a son.

On the 1st inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Charles DIXON, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 26th ult., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, Mr Henry SMALLPAGE, plumber and glazier, to Miss Sarah TINSLEY, both of Malton.

On the 28th ult., at Brompton, near Northallerton, Mr Thomas MARWOOD, to Miss Mary WRIGHT.

DEATHS

On the 27th ult., at York, aged 71, Mary Catherine, widow of John WRIGHT,Esq., jun., of Kelvedon Hall, Essex, and daughter of Francis CHOLMLEY, Esq., of Brandsby Hall, Yorkshire.

On the 28th ult., at Stokesley, Mr Henry COLLINS, jun., aged 24, highly respected.

Same day, at Malton, Mr James D. WAITE, railway clerk, aged 27, highly respected by a large circle of friends.

On the 29th ult., at Norton, Richard, son of Mr Charles STOBARD, railway inspector.

On the 31st ult., at Belle Vue Terrace, Whitby, Miss Mary SCHOFIELD, aged 69.

On the 1st inst., at Malton, Mrs Elizabeth BULLOCK, widow of Mr Thos.BULLOCK, aged 71.

Same day, at Norton, Isaac, son of Mr James FEWBERT? aged 12 months.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 11 September 1858

BIRTHS

On Monday the 30th ult., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Alfred GREEN, of a daughter.

On the 3rd inst., at Welburn, the wife of Robert NEBY, of a son.

On the 6th inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Richard ELLIOTT, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 6th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr J. W. ATKINSON, temperance advocate, to Miss S. HARRISON, of Norton.

Same day and place, Mr Wm. SMITH, to Miss Mary GUTHERLESS, both of Bulmer.

On the 9th inst., at St. Michael's Church, Malton, by the rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Matthew B. SLATER, Malton, to Jemima, youngest daughter of Mr Richard WALLER, farmer, Welburn.

DEATHS

On the 2nd inst., at Old Malton, Robert James, son of Mr Henry BULMER, cordwainer, aged 5 years.

On the 3rd inst., at Malton, Mrs Lydia MARSHALL, aged 74.

Same day at the Union Workhouse, Malton, Mrs Hannah KIRBY, aged 72.

On the 6th inst., at Swinton, Mrs Hannah CONSITT, aged 79.

Same day, at Slingsby, Mr Thomas BURTON, boot and shoe maker, much and deservedly respected, aged 71.

On the 7th inst., at Amotherby, Eliza, wife of Mr John SMITH, railway stationmaster, aged 27.

On the 8th, at Norton, Esther, wife of Mr John BROWN.

On the 9th inst., at Malton, much respected, Mr COLLIER, sen., aged 73 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 18 September 1858

BIRTHS

On the 10th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr SKERRY, joiner and builder, of a daughter.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Robert PICKARD, of a son.

On the 12th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thos. WALKER, of a son.

On the 13th inst., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Rd. BROWN, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr OWEN, Balaklava Tavern, of a daughter.

On the 15th inst., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Rd. MILNER, farmer, of a son.

Same day, at Fridaythorpe, the wife of Mr T. ROWNTREE, of a daughter.

On the 16th inst., at Norton, Mrs WILSON, Scarbro' road, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Henry BRADLEY, joiner, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 11th inst., at St. Leonard's church, by the Rev. J.C.A.CLARKSON, Mr Thomas BURKILL, joiner, to Miss Sarah CARR, both of Malton.

DEATHS

On the 9th inst., at Stokesley, Mr Robert DAWSON, formerly farmer, at the advanced age of 97.

On the 10th inst., at West Heslerton, Mr William BISH, station master, aged 29.

Same day, at Langtoft, Ann Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Mr Robert LAMPLOUGH, farmer, aged 32.

On the 11th inst., at Bilsdale, Henry DUNNING, only son of Mr James DUNNING, Howterby, aged 22.

Same day, at the Union workhouse, Malton, Mrs LAWSON, aged 83.

Same day, at Norton, Minnie, youngest daughter of Mr William KILVINGTON, cordwainer.

On the 12th inst., at West Heslerton, Mr Simpson PATRICK, aged 71.

Same day, at Nafferton, Mary, wife of Mr George IRELAND, aged 60.

On the 15th inst., at Old Malton, Ruth, daughter of Mr R. SANDERSON, aged 17.

Same day, at Norton, Mr William MITCHELSON, aged 48.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 25 September 1858

BIRTHS

On the 16th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Geo. ARRAN, of a daughter.

On the 19th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. PETERKIN, of a daughter.

On the 20th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Geo. ROBSON, of a daughter.

On the 21st inst., at Stamford House, Cheltenham, the wife of the Rev. G.P.CORDEAUX, of a daughter.

On the 22nd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. BROWN, railway porter, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 21st inst., at St. Michael's church, Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, William Taylor COLBY, Esq., surgeon, eldest son of Wm. COLBY, Esq., surgeon, to Annie, only daughter of Wm. ETTY, Esq., wine merchant, both of St Michael's parish, Malton.

On the 22nd inst., at the Parish Church, Brighton, by the Rev. H.M. WAGNER, vicar, Mr Thomas PEARSON, merchant, Malton, to Ellen Elizabeth, second daughter of H. STAPLEY, Esq., Wellington Park, Sussex.

On the 23rd inst., at St. Michael's church, Malton, by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, Mr Joseph PEACOCK, farmer, Malton, to Sarah, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Joseph SCAMMELL, of Ludlow, Wiltshire.

Same day and place, Mr Richard REX, Birdsall, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas READ, Wheelgate, Malton.

DEATHS

On the 13th inst., at Todmorden, Hannah, the wife of the Rev. James HARDMAN, Congregational minister, aged 41.

On the 15th inst., at Leavening, Mr Henry BOULTON, aged 85.

On the 17th inst., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr Edward RACE, aged 35.

Same day, at Little Ayton, Cleveland, after a few days illness, Mr Thomas BAILEY, farmer aged 28.

On the 18th inst., at Malton, Mary, relict of Mr Robert JOHNSON, waterman, aged 55.

Same day, at Eddlethorpe, after a long and painfull illness, Mr John MELLENBY, aged 67 years. He was servant with Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart., upwards of 40 years.

Same day, at the Residence, Ripon, the Rev. Robert SUTTON, M.A., canon residentiary of Ripon, rector of St. Michael's Supurriergate, York, and incumbent of Fulford.

On the 19th inst., at York, the wife of the Rev. George COOPLAND, M.A., and incumbent of St. Margaret's.

Same day, at Great Ayton, after a few days' illness, Mr George BULMER, jun., stonemason, highly respected.

On the 20th inst., at Swinton, Richard, youngest son of Mrs Geo. CLARK.

On the 21st inst., at Malton, after a short illness, John W. WILLIAMSON, Esq., of East Lutton, and late of Malton, aged 25 years.

On the 22nd inst., at Malton, the infant daughter of Mr Thomas PETERKIN.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 2 October 1858

BIRTHS

On the 19th ult., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Wm. SMAILES, of a son.

On the 21st ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr H. RUSSELL, of a daughter.

On the 27th ult., Mrs POSTILL, Old Maltongate, of a son.

On the 28th ult., at West Heslerton, the wife of Mr Wm. HODGSON, postmaster, of a son.

On the 30th ult., at Birdsall, Mrs POWELL, of a daughter.

Same day and place, Mrs SELLERS, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 21st ult., at St. Mary's church, Scarborough, by the Rev. M. A.PIERPOINT, Mr John SMIDDY, farmer, Pickering, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Mr Francis DOWSON, of the same place.

On the 25th ult., at the parish church, Stokesley, by the Rev. J. CROFT, Mr Thos. TASKER, to Mary, third daughter of Mr L. BARKER, veterinary surgeon, Stokesley.

On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. Jas. DINGLE, Mr John PIERCY, draper, Beverley, to Adelaide, youngest daughter of the late Mr Wm. CLARKSON, draper, Whitby.

Same day, at Danby church, Mr Wm. HARRISON, Underpark, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr Geo. WOODWARK, Glazedale.

On the 30th at Kirkburn church, Mr Wm. Ward LUND, to Betsy, the fourth daughter of the late Mr Wm. BARKER, tailor and draper, Tibthorpe.

DEATHS

On the 26th ult., at Slingsby, Mr F. THORNTON, stonemason, ages 65.

On the 28th ult., at Leeds, Margaret, relict of John LOVEL, Esq., of Snainton, aged 74.

Same day, at Huttons Ambo, after a lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Mr Thomas BOGGIT, aged 74.

He was a member of the Primitive Methodists nearly 40 years. His end was peace.

On the 29th ult., at May Fields, Whitby, Thos. Clegg, Esq., merchant, formerly of Heywood, near Manchester, aged 45.

Same day, at Willingdon Park, Sussex, very suddenly, Albert, the beloved son of Henry STAPLEY, Esq.

On the 30th, at Nafferton, Frances, the wife of Mr Isaac WRIGHT, boot and shoemaker, aged 71.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 9 October 1858

BIRTHS

On the 29th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr John ASBOUGH, of a son.

On the 1st inst., the wife of Mr John PICKERING, farmer, of a daughter.

Same day, at Snainton, the wife of Mr Wm. RODGERS, blacksmith, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst., at New Malton, Mrs ROBINSON, Stainton's Yard, of a daughter.

On the 5th inst., at Hutton, Mrs SHUTTLEWORTH, of a daughter.

On the 6th inst., at New Malton, Mrs LINSLEY, Market Place, of a son.

On the 7th inst., at Snainton, the wife of Mr T. TROWSDALE, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 28th ult., at Acaster Malbis, by the Rev. Mr GRAYSON, George FAWCETT, chemist, West Town, Dewsbury, to Mary, second daughter of Mr Richard DRESSER, of the above place.

On the 30th ult., at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, by the Rev. Anthony Berwick LECHMERE, M.A., vicar of Hanley Castle, and Honarary Canon of Worcester Cathedral, Sir Edmund A.H. LECHMERE, Bart., of Rhydd Court, Worcestershire, to Louisa Rosamond, only surviving child of the late John HAIGH, Esq., of Whitwell Hall, in the North-Riding of Yorkshire.

Same day, at Thornton, by the Rev. E. W. HESLOP, rector, Mr Geo. CHAPMAN, son of Mr John CHAPMAN, Elleron House, near Cawthorn, Pickering, to Jane, only daughter of the late Bothie COLLEY, of Church Street, Thornton.

Same day, at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, by the Rev. J.C.WALTER, Patterson, A.H. GEDNEY, Esq., of Candlesby House, Lincolnshire, to Frances Ann, only child of Jospeh JOHNSON, Esq., formerly of Easingwold.

On the 1st inst., at Barton-le-Street, by the Rev. C. HODGSON, Mr John BOWMAN, grocer, York, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr George THOMPSON, farmer, Barton-le-Street.

On the 5th inst., at the Registrar's Office, Whitby, Lowe HEY?, miner, to Miss Elizabeth SEYMOUR, of Staithes.

On the 7th inst., at the parish church, Salton, by the Rev. Wm. ABBEY, vicar, Mr COULTAS, of Swinton, to Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr Robert THOMPSON, of Broughton.

DEATHS

On the 30th ult., at Clarendon Square, Leamington, Miss St. QUINTIN, aged 76.

On the 1st inst., at Thirkleby, near Thirsk, Ann, the beloved wife of Mr. J.JOHNSON, schoolmaster, aged 51.

Same day, at his residence, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Mr James LEAH? (or LOSH?), the judge of the Northumberland County Courts.

Same day, at Norton, Mr Charles HUDSON, cordwainer, aged 42.

On the 3rd inst., at the Union, Malton, Mrs Jame WARDELL, aged 82.

Same day, at Whitby, suddenly, David GASKIN, Esk Terrace, aged 39?.

Same day, at the Paddock, Elizabeth, FOSTER, many years matron of the Whitby Workhouse, aged 76.

On the 4th inst., at Norton, Jane, daughter of Mr John PEARSON.

Same day, at Great Ayton, Cleveland, Mr John JACKSON, sen., tanner, aged 67?, highly respected.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 16 October 1858

BIRTHS

On the 4th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thomas HODGSON, of a son.

On the 7th inst., at Fimber, the wife of Mr MEDD, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Shipton Police Station, the wife of Mr Robert SKELTON, of a son.

On the 9th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. WRANGHAM, spirit merchant, &c., of a son.

On the 11th inst., at Huttons Ambo, the wife of Mr G. MILNER, of a son.

On the 12th inst., at New Malton, the wife of Mr Henry SMITHSON, bookseller,&c., of a son.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Johnathon RIEVELEY, grocer, &c., of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 7th inst., at Slingsby, by the Rev. W. CARTER, rector, Mr Wm.GERMAIN, schoolmaster, to Miss Joanna KNEESHAW.

On the 9th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Wm. MARTIN, of Old Malton, to Miss Martha JACKSON, of Welburn.

Same day and place, Mr Thos. ELLETT, to Mrs Jennett THACKRAY, both of Malton.

On the 14th inst., at the parish church, Norton, Mr MIDGLEY, of Leeds, to Miss THOMPSON, St. Nicholas-Street, Norton.

DEATHS

On the 8th inst., at Norton, Mr Robert FERGUSON, farmer's servant, aged 26.

On the 9th inst., at Malton, Mr Thos. FIELDS, coal porter, aged 93.

Same day and place, Mr Henry GRAY, aged 32.

On the 10th inst., at Norton, Ann Benniworth CARRINGTON, wife of Mr Thomas CARRINGTON, wood turner, aged 65.

On the 11th inst., at Norton, Mr John CARR, late of Huttons Ambo, farmer, age 63.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mr John GALLOWAY, tailor, aged 46, much respected.

Same day and place, Mr Robert STURDY, carrier, aged 30.

Same day at Tanton Dykes, near Stokesley, very suddenly, Mr William ARMSTRONG, stonemason, aged 42.

On the 11th inst., at Norton, Mr John CARR, late of Huttons Ambo, farmer, aged 63.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 23 October 1858

BIRTHS

On the 13th inst., at Great Ayton, the wife of Mr Joseph BAYNE, of twins.

On the 16th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thos. JACKSON, of a son.

On the 17th inst., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Francis RAWLIN, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 10th inst., at Barton-le-Street, by the Rev. C. HODGSON, Mr George HILL, of Slingsby, to Miss Mary JACKSON, of Barton-le-Street.

On the 16th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, Mr Jas. Parkin NEWHOLME, to Miss Anna TATE, of Whitby.

On the 17th inst., same place, Mr J. NOBLE, to Miss Martha PRINGLE, both of Whitby.

On the 19th inst., same place, Mr Stephen DIXON, to Miss Elizabeth ALLISON, Hawsker.

Same day, at the parish church, Scarbro', Mr Walter SHELLEY (Manager of the Theatre, Malton), to Miss Minnie TRAVERS.

Same day, at Kirby-Underdale church, by the Rev. J. W. ATKINSON, Mr Richard KIRBY, of Hanging Grimston, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr John NEWLOVE, farmer, of Kirby-Underdale.

On the 21st inst., at the church of St. Michael, Malton, by the Rev. W.CARTER, M.A., assisted by the Rev. G.A. FIRTH, B.A., incumbent, the Rev. R.W. SHOOTER, B.A., curate of Skipwith, to Sarah, Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Edmond SMITH, Esq., of Hull.

 

DEATHS

On the 25th Sept., at Hull, very suddenly, Henrietta Eliza, second daughter of the late Mr Richard Joseph ELLIS, of Her Majesty's Customs, Hull, and grand-daughter of the late Mr THURNHAM, of Malton, aged 20.

On the 6th inst., at Brawby, Hannah, the eldest daughter of Mr Wm. HODGSON, aged 22.

On the 10th inst., at Henderskelf, Hannah NICHOLSON, aged 87.

On the 12th inst., at Rillington, at the house of her son-in-law, Jane BAXTER, relict of the late Mr James BAXTER, aged 77.

Same day, at Nafferton Mill, Mary, relict of the late Thomas SMITH, farmer, Ubram, aged 87.

On the 15th inst., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Thomas RAINES, farmer, aged 74.

On the 16th inst., at Whitby, Mary, the wife of Mr James ELLIS, pilot master, aged 56.

Same day and place, Mr Peter PAYLOR, aged 63.

On the 17th inst., at Butterwick, near Salton, Mary, wife of Mr Robt. ELLERBY, aged 64.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mr Thomas HAMILTON, hostler, aged 42.

On the 18th, at Newton-in-Cleveland, Mr Joseph BRITAIN, farm labourer, aged 72.

On the 21st inst., at Malton, Mrs Mary HARDWICK, aged 70.

Same day, at Nafferton, Thos. COUPLIN, aged 55.

At sea - July 2th, Oliver GOLDSMITH, aged 24, second officer of the Dunsandle, third son of the late Commander Charles GOLDSMITH, R.N., and a great grand nephew of the poet Oliver GOLDSMITH.

We are sorry to record the death of Colonel C. A. FITTZ-HARDINGE BERKELEY, C.B., of H.M.'s 32nd? Regiment, which occurred on board the Simla, on her homeward passage to Suez, on Sept 24th?

Abraham BOLD, formerly sergeant in the 7th fusiliers, a warrior of thirteen battles and a hundred skirmishes, died recently in Huddersfield. He served with great credit during the penninsular campaign, and did not escape

wounds. His reward was shilling a day! Since 1816? he has lived by weaving and latterly as a porter.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 30 October 1858

BIRTHS

On the 15th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Henry TAYLOR, grocer, of a son.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Wm. SNOW, of a daughter.

On the 26th inst., at Hyde Park Corner, Norton, the wife of Mr J. S. STURDY, butcher, of a son.

On the 27th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr T. BRAND, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 9th inst., Mr Wm. BRAY, mason, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr Geo.SHAW, cordwainer, all of New Malton.

On the 17th inst., at Norton, Mr Geo. PRESTON, painter, to Miss Jane KITCHING, both of the above place.

On the 20th inst., at the Friends' Meeting-house, Scarbro', Thomas MASON,Esq., of York, to Miss Sarah STICKNEY, of Scarbro'.

Same day, at the church of St. Martin-cum-Gregory, York, by the Rev. T.RICHARDSON, incumbent, Serjeant-Major STANLEY, of the 18th Hussars, to Amelia, youngest daughter of the late Mr John WETHERELL, of Morton Palms, Durham.

On the 23rd inst., at Slingsby, Mr F. CLAYTON, to Miss WILSON, both of the above place.

On the 26th inst., at Bilsdale church, Mr BARR, of Nawton, to Miss TATE, youngest daughter of the late Mr John TATE, of Beadlam.

DEATHS

On the 23rd inst., at Norton, Ferdinand, son of the late Mr Daniel JACKSON, Wesleyan Minister, aged 19.

Same time and place, Ann, daughter of Mr James Naylor, aged 2.

Same day, at Old Malton, Eliza, daughter of Mr John ARMDALE, aged 3 years.

On the 28th inst., at Slingsby, Sarah, wife of Mr Robert THORNTON, stonemason, aged 55 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 6 November 1858

BIRTHS

On the 21st ult., the wife of Mr SNOWDEN, Wolds' Inn, Huggate, of a daughter.

On the 24th ult., at Wilton, the wife of Mr Geo. GILL, of a daughter.

On the 28th ult., the wife of Mr John WILSON, Wold-Street, Norton, of a son.

Same day, at the Gas House, New Malton, Mrs MOSEY, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr B. BOYES, of a son.

On the 30th ult., at New Malton, Mrs GODDARD, Barnby's Yard, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Leeds, by the Rev. S. JOY, Mr James SMITH, pianoforte manufacturer, brother to Mr Wm. SMITH, timber and coal dealer, agent, &c., Norton, to Mrs Lucy Isabella JONES, both of that town.

Same day, at the parish church, Stockton-on-Tees, Mr W. R. GRAHAM, grocer, to Emma, third daughter of Mr Thomas PERCY, slate merchant, all of Stockton.

Same day, at Raskelf, near Easingwold, by the Rev. T. HARTLEY, Mr John HODGSON, of Kilburn, near Thirsk, to Miss Jane HUTCHINSON, of Barnard Castle.

On the 4th inst., at Kirby-Underdale, by the Rev. J. W. ATKINSON, Mr John WILKINSON, farmer, of the above place, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Dale, Garraby.

DEATHS

On the 25th ult., at Ganton Dale, near Foxholes, Mr Thos. HOLTBY, farmer, after a lingering illness, aged 55, much and deservedly respected.

On the 27th ult., at Halstead Essex, Mr LEE, daughter of the late Mr Robert BARTINDALE, of this town, aged 56.

On the 27th ult., at Malton, Mr George TAYLOR, cooper, aged 67, highly respected.

On the 29th ult., at Wombleton, Ann, widow of the late Mr George COOPER, grocer, aged 66.

Same day, at Welburn, Mr Brown HOGARD, aged 39, much respected.

Same day, at Nafferton, Mr Thomas BELT, veterinary surgeon, aged 72.

Same day and place, Mr John WILSON, aged 82.

On the 30th ult., at Slingsby, Mr Wm. HAYTHORNE, aged 72.

On the 31st ult., at his residence, Bilbrough Lodge, near York, William BROWN, Esq., late of Broughton, aged 69.

On the 1st inst., at York, very suddenly, Mrs WAUD, wife of Mr T. WAUD, of the Greyhound Inn, Spurriergate.

On the 2nd inst., at Wansford, Mr JEFFERSON, innkeeper.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 13 November 1858

BIRTHS

On the 3rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. CHIVERS, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Thos. FLINTOFT, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Barugh, Mrs BROWN of a son.

Same day, at Old Malton, the wife of Mr NENDICK, tailor, of a son.

On the 9th inst., at Easthorpe, Mrs KIRBY of a daughter.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr William KIRBY of a daughter.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr John MENNELL, of a daughter.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr John MARSHALL of a son.

On the 10th inst., at Norton, Mrs MORLEY, of a daughter.

Same day, at Foxhouse, near Wharram, Mrs MILNER of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 23rd ult., at Christ Church, Scarbro', by the Rev. J. W. WHITESIDE, John DOBSON, Jun., Esq., architect, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr Francis WELLBURN, Whitby.

On the 4th inst., at All Saints Church, Kirby-Underdale, by the Rev. J.ATKINSON, Mr John WILKINSON, Baffan, to Miss DALE, of Garraby.

On the 6th inst., by the Rev. Mr CLARKSON, Thos. HODGSON, miller, to Miss Jane TINSLEY, both of Malton.

On the 8th inst., at the Parish Church, Mr W. H. FERNS, draper, Durham, to Margaret Jane, daughter, of Mr M. L. SIMPSON, Angel Hotel, Whitby.

On the 9th inst., at St. Michael's Church, Mr. Geo. MEDD, farmer, Old Malton, to Jane, second daughter of Mr John LEE, innkeeper, of this town.

on the 10th inst., Mr Geo. PINKNEY, farmer, Cayton, to Miss Frances DUNN, daughter of the late mr Robt. DUNN, farmer, Seamer.

DEATHS

On the 4th inst., at Old Byland, Mrs Holmes, relict, of the late Mr John HOLMES, innkeeper, aged 70.

On the 5th inst., at York, after a long and severe illness, Mr Tindall James LAPISH, late innkeeper, aged 38.

On the 7th inst., at Coneysthorpe, Miss Elizabeth COATES, aged 67.

Same day, at Whitby, the wife of Mr John CLIFFORD, builder, aged 53.

On the 9th inst., at Gromont Cottage, near Whitby, Mr Wm. PURSGLOVE, aged 86.

On Tuesday, November 9th, at 3.15 in the morning, the Rev. John HICKLING finished his useful and happy life in great peace. He was in the 71st year of his ministry, and would have been 93 years old, had he lived only three weeks longer. With him has died the LAST of that noble body of men sent out to preach by the late Rev. John Wesley. His last public service he conducted at Birmingham a fortnight since, when he lectured on "Early Methodism." At the time of his death large hand bills were announcing him to conduct six services in this circuit and Kingswood near Bristol, - He has conducted on the average 150 special public services a year, during the last three years, and collected hundreds of pounds for chapels and other funds.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 20 November 1858

BIRTHS

On the 29th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr William ARUNDALE, of a daughter.

On the 10th inst., same place, the wife of Mr John HOOD, Wood Street, of a daughter.

Same day, the wife of Mr Paul KISPIN?, Fridaythorpe, of a daughter.

On the 12th inst., at the Fox and Hounds Inn, Thornton, the wife of Mr John PERCY, of a son.

On the 13th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. SCORSBY, of a son.

Same day, at Leavening, the wife of Mr John SNOWDON, veterinary surgeon, of a son.

On the 14th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Stephen WILSON, engine stoker, of a daughter.

Same day, at Rochdale, the wife of the Rev. C. GARRETT, late of Malton, of a daughter.

On the 15th inst., at Beverley, the wife of Mr HOLMES, veterinary surgeon, of a daughter.

On the 16th inst., at the Fox and Pheasant Inn, Wilton, the wife of Mr John HUDSON, of a son.

Same day, at Stockton-on-Tees, on the 14th inst., the wife of Mr W. NELSON, grocer and provision merchant, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 11th inst., at West Heslerton, Mr Mark DOBSON, gamekeeper to Joseph MARSHALL, Esq., Heslerton Hall, to Miss Mary LIGHTOWLER, daughter of Mr John LIGHTOWLER, innkeeper, West Heslerton station.

On the 11th inst., at St. Joseph's church, Picadilly, London, Geo. Edward MARSH, Esq., to Florence, youngest daughter of the late Thos. Wentworth BEAUMONT, of Bretion? Hall, Yorkshire, ??? of Bywell Hall Northumberland, and sister of Wentworth Blackett? BEAUMONT, Esq., M.P.

On the 13th inst., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. Jas. DINGLE, Mr George GIBSON, ropemaker, to Miss Mary L. ARCHER, both of Whitby.

On the 13th inst., at Pickering, Mr Peter HARWOOD, yeoman, to Miss Susannah SWALES, both of Goathland.

On the 16th inst., at Whitby, Mr Wm. JACKSON, mariner, to Mrs Elizabeth WILSON.

Same day at Weaverthorpe, by the Rev. J. M. HESLOP, vicar, Mr Gregory ANDERSON, to Fanny, eldest daughter of the late Mr Jeremiah RINGROSE.

On the 17th inst., at the parish church, Norton, by the Rev. J. WALKER, Mr T. SIBLEY, Grantham, Lincolnshire, to Clementina Mary, second daughter of Mr R. ARMISON, Wood Street, Norton.

On the 18th inst., at Whitby, by the Rev. W. KEANE, M.A., Mr Wm. PICKERING, to Miss Elizabeth LEADSON, both of Fylingdales.

 

DEATHS

On the 26th ult., at Cork, wife of James GLOVER, Esq., of Mount Glover, in that county, and mother of E.A. GLOVER, Esq., ex-M.P. for Beverley.

On the 11th inst., at Kirby-Underdale, Mrs MASKELL, aged 40.

On the 13th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Richard BIRDSALL, late of Helmsley, farmer, aged 63.

In the 13th inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr GARBUTT, for many years servant to the late Richard BARR? Esq., of Butterwick, near Malton.

Further entries unreadable

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 27 November 1858

BIRTHS

On the 13th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr W. ALLEN, of a daughter.

On the 20th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Mark HUDSON, of a son.

Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Robt. WISE, of a son.

Same day, Mrs CALVERT, St. Paul's Row, Greengate, of a son.

On the 21st inst., Mrs SKIETH, Stainton's Yard, Castlegate, of a daughter.

On the 24th inst., at Settrington, the wife of Mr Wm. METCALFE, farmer, of a son.

On the 26th inst., the wife of W. FEWSTER, Esq., Swinton Grange, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 24th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Thos. SMITH, to Miss E. SIMPSON, both of Hovingham.

Same day, at the church of St. Andrew's, Buckthorpe, Mr Thos. WHITE, farmer, to Miss Sarah WILKINSON, daughter of the late Mr James WILKINSON, farmer, of the same place.

DEATHS

On the 19th inst., at Hawsker, mear Whitby, Mr John THOMPSON, farmer, aged 84.

On the 20th inst., at Thirsk, Mr Thomas ALDERWICK, hatter, &c., aged 61. He was an affectionate father, and greatly respected by a large circle of friends.

Same day, at Whitby, Elizabeth, wife if Mr Ricard VIPON, aged 67.

On the 21st inst., at Whitby, Mr Richard BRADLEY, aged 68.

On the 22nd inst., of diarrhoea, Mr Charles MONKMAN, of New Malton, aged 61.

Same day, at Great Hanton, Mr Nicholas ROBINSON, aged 67.

On the 23rd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Richard JOHNSON, aged 30.

Same day, at Whitby, Mary, wife of Mr Wm. GARMENSWAY, aged 50.

Same day, at Wykeham, near Scarbro', Mr Richard SHARP, aged 58.

On the 24th inst., at Malton, Mr Richard SMITH, printer, late of this office, and son of Mr Thos. SMITH, refreshment rooms, aged 25.

Same day, at Leeds, after a long and protracted illness, Mr Benjamin WALKER, tobacconist, formerly of York, aged 23.

Same day, at Whitby, Hannah SMITH, aged 76.

Mr SMEE, chief accountant of the Bank of England, died on Wednesday evening.

The Earl of Cortown died on Saturday evening, at his residence in the county of Wexford.

We regret to have to announce the premature demise, after a long and lengthened illness, of Lord Henry CECIL, fourth son of the Marquis and Marchioness of Exeter.

We have to record the death of John Joshua Lord PROBY, heir to the earldom of Carysfort, in his 25th year.

Worcester - November 15th, at Barbourne house, in his 84th year, Lieut.-General Thomas LIGHTFOOT, C.B., last surviving officer in the renowned 45th Regiment. The deceased entered the army very early in life, served in the Peninsula with Moore and left with Wellington. He survived seven wounds and one ball remained in him till his death. He received three gold and eleven silver medals, being one more than the Duke of Wellington.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 4 December 1858

BIRTHS

On the 23rd ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr John BARKER, of a son.

On the 27th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr P. PEACOCK, draper, of a son.

Same day, at West Heslerton, the wife of Mr John BOULTON, innkeeper, of a son.

On the 28th ult., same place, the wife of Mr John MONKMAN, of a daughter.

On the 30th ult., at Settrington, Mrs MATTHEWS, of a son.

On the 1st inst., at Malton, Mrs SMITH, Pump Lane, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

At North Grimston, by the Rev. E. TRUEMAN, William COTSEN, gardener, to Jane THOMPSON, both of the same place.

On the 21st ult., at the parish church, East Heslerton, by the Rev. T.McINTIRE, Mr Robert BROWN, bootmaker, Sherburn, to Mrs Mary WOODALL, East Heslerton.

On the 22nd ult., by the Rev. W. R. GRICEBACK, Mr J. WELBURN, to Miss ROBSON, both of Fridaythorpe.

On the 25th ult., at Slingsby, by the Rev. W. CARTER, rector, Mr Geo. SKAIFE, farmer, Pickering, to Miss ELLERBY, of Slingsby.

On the 27th ult., at Weaverthorpe, Mr George HUMBLE, to Miss Hannah KITCHEN.

Same day at the Register Office, Mr William KENDREW, of Firby, to Miss Adelaide CARR, of Malton.

Same day, at Huggate, by the Rev. T. RANKIN, Mr R. COOK's groom, to Miss CAWOOD.

Same day and place, Mr M. SMITH, cordwainer, Huggate, to Miss RICHARDSON, Pocklington.

On the 29th ult., at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. R. OLDHAM, Mr Wm. IREDALE, shipwright, to Miss A. B. LINCOLN, both of Whitby.

On the 30th ult., at Whitby, by the Rev. Wm. KEANE, M.A., Mr Wm. ATKINSON, farmer, to Miss M. J. YEOMAN, both of Hawkser.

Same day, at the parish church, Kirby-in-Cleveland, by the Rev. J.P. NEWTON, Mr Wm. PENNEY, stonemason, to Annie, eldest daughter of Mr John BARKER, farmer, Dromonby, near Stokesley.

On the 1st inst., at West Heslerton, Mr John PUTSEY, to Miss Maria BAKER, both of West Heslerton.

On the 2nd inst., at Amotherby, by the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, of Malton, Mr Wm.RICHARDSON, Scarbro', to Miss WALKER, of Ness.

DEATHS

On the 24th ult., at Chopyat, Mr Michael JOHNSON, innkeeper, aged 67.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mrs Sarah THOMPSON, aged 68.

On the 25th ult., same place, Mr Michael HEBDON, grocer and seedsman, aged 71.

Same day, at the Workhouse, Malton, Mrs Dinah STELLINGS, aged 76.

Same day, at Malton, Mary, daughter of Mr William CLARKSON, aged 2 years.

On the 26th ult., at Malton, Sarah Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr Wm. LIGHTOWLER, Railway-Street.

Same day, at Stokesley, John GREY, Esq., aged 50, highly respected.

On the 27th ult., at Whitby, Mr Ralph SLATER, grocer, aged 64.

Same day, at Glazedale, near Whitby, John MEDD, Esq., aged 78.

On the 29th ult., of Scarbro', formerly of Hull, aged 58, brother to Mr Jas.GREASBY, bookkeeper, Times office, Scarborough. Deeply regretted by his family and surviving relatives.

On the 2nd inst., at Dishforth, suddenly, Mark BARROWBY, Esq.

n.b. second to last entry was transcribed accurately and no name was given.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 11 December 1858

BIRTHS

On the 4th inst., at Welham, the wife of Mr Johnathon BIDE, of a daughter.

Same day, at Westow, Mrs SIMPSON, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Norton, Mrs FISH, of a son.

Same day, at New Malton, the wife of Mr HARRISON, basket-maker, Wheelgate, of a son.

Same day, at Marr House, Mrs TINDALL, of a daughter.

On the 6th inst., Mrs SUFFIL, Langton, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 4th inst., at Slingsby, by the Rev. Wm. CARTER, rector, Mr James WILKINSON, Fryton, to Mrs Hannah ROBSON, Slingsby.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Robert Allen, to Miss Mary YOUNG, of Hessay, near Thirsk.

Same day, at Egton, near Whitby, Mr Wm. WOOD, of Egton Banks, to Miss Hannah WOODHOUSE, Glazedale.

Same day, at St. Leonard's church, New Malton, by the Rev. J. C. CLARKSON, Mr John HARRISON, roper, to Miss Elizabeth BRADLEY, both of Malton.

On the 6th inst., same place, Mr Richd. STEPHENSON, to Miss Jarnet CARR, both of Malton.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Wm. RICHARDSON, of Foulbridge, to Miss Mary TEMPLE, of Leavening.

Same day, at Norton, Mr James DOBSON, of Hovingham, to Miss Maria KELL, of Wharram-le-Street.

On the 9th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr John FLETCHER, of Habton, carrier, to Miss Sarah SPEDDING, of Huttons Ambo.

DEATHS

On the 26th ult., at Stockton-on-Tees, Isabella, widow of Thomas DUNN, Esq., formerly of the city of Durham, banker, aged 88 years.

On the 29th ult., at Driffield, Mr James KITSON, aged 37.

On the 1st inst., at Rillington, Mary Ann HOLLING, aged 2 years.

On the 2nd inst., at Hilton, near Yarm, Franch COATES, Esq., aged 66, highly respected.

On the 3rd inst., at Slingsby, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr Wm. BOYES, farmer, aged 55, much and deservedly lamented.

On the 4th inst., at Hilton, Mrs Jane JACKSON, aged 24.

On the 5th inst., at Old Malton, Mr Christopher WATTERSON, aged 85.

On the 8th inst., at Malton, Mrs Mary BLACKBOURNE, aged 70.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 18 December 1858

BIRTHS

On the 4th inst., at Wilton, Mrs J. SEDMEN, of a daughter.

On the 7th inst., the wife of Henry JEWISON, Esq., Raisthorpe, of a daughter.

On the 10th inst., at the Castle-Howard Reformatory Institution, the wife of the Rev. I. FISH, Chaplain to the Institution, of a daughter.

Same day, at Settrington, Mrs DALTON, of a daughter.

On the 12th inst., at New Malton, the wife of J. HARTLEY, Esq., surgeon, of a daughter.

On the 14th inst., at Ebberston, the wife of Mr J. PEARSON, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 8th inst., at Centenary Chapel, York, by the Rev Luke H. WISEMAN, Mr John STORR, of Sinnington, near Pickering, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of John FARRAR, Esq., Slaithwaite, near Huddersfield.

On the 13th inst., at the Parish Church, Scampston, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr S. TAYLOR, to Fanny, daughter of Mr Geo. KIRBY, all of Scampston.

On the 14th inst., at the Church of St. Andrew, Buckthorpe, by the Rev. R. KITCHEN, Mr R. Weatherill, of the above placem to Miss Elizabeth BENSON, of Malton.

On the 16th inst., at St. Leonard's Church, New Malton, by the Rev J. WALKER, Mr Aaron SNOWDON, of Nunnington, to Miss Hannah COLLINSON, of New Malton.

DEATHS

On the 2nd inst., at Ganthorpe, near Castle-Howard, Mr Richard GOODWILL, aged 80 years; for 53 years he was head waggoner in the service of the late and present Earls of Carlisle. He was much respected.

On the 9th inst., aged 14 years, Edwin, youngest son of Mr J.H. BOND, Knarsbro'.

Same day, at Gainsbro', in the county of Lincoln, and late of New Malton, Ann Leaf TAPWORTH, aged 68.

Same day, suddenly, at Kirby-Underdale, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr R. WILKINSON, tailor and draper, aged 57.

On the 10th inst., at her uncle's, Thorp-le-Willows, Ellen Swann BROWN, eldest daughter of the late Deputy Commisioner General BROWN, Chalk Villa, Beverley, of a cancer, aged 34, much and deservedly respected by all who knew her.

On the 11th inst., at Auburn Hill, aged 30, after a long and protracted illness, Mr Abram TOPHAM, late of High Mowthorpe; deeply lamented by his family and friends.

Same day, at Kirby Grindalythe, aged 4 years, Miss Mary Jane RINGROSE, the only surviving daughter of Mr John RINGROSE, of the former place.

Same day at Snainton, aged 27 years, Hannah, the only daughter of Mr William ALLANSON, farmer.

Same day, at Slingsby, Mr Christopher DAWSON, aged 83.

On the 12th inst., at Rillington, aged 71, Mrs Daniel OUTHET.

Same day, at Slingsby, aged 23, Richard, the son of Mr Robert KNEESHAW, farmer.

On the 13th inst., at Rillington, after a protracted illness, aged 46, Mr John FREER.

On the 15th inst., aged 20, Leonard, fourth son of Mr Matthew SNOWDON, West Ings, Kirby-Moorside.