MALTON MESSENGER - JANUARY 1860 - JUNE 1860

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 7 January 1860

BIRTHS

 

On the 27th ult., at Hope Cottage, Cropton, Mr W. GIBB, of a son.

On the 29th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr John SHEPHERD, painter, of a daughter and son.

Same day, at Eddlethorpe, the wife of Mr COATES, of twins.

Same day, at Castle Howard Gardens, the wife of Mr Geo. SUTHERLAND, of a son.

On the 30th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr John WARDMAN, of a daughter.

On the 31st, at Malton, the wife of Mr Edward POSTILL, of a daughter.

On the 2nd inst., at Scampston, the wife of Mr Isaac HICKS, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

 

On the 24th ult., at Nafferton, by the Rev. Jas. DAVIDSON, Mr Botterill MILNER, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr Michael H?EPENTON.

Same day, Mr John STABLER, to Miss Mary Ann BATESON, of Nafferton.

On the 31st ult., at Lastingham, by the Rev. R. D. EASTERBY, Miss Mary Ann POTTER, at Spaunton, to Mr John HARLAND, cattle dealer, Cropton.

On the 1st inst., at Silver-street chapel, Whitby, by the Rev. J.C. POTTER, Mr Wm. NOBLE, butcher, York, to Mary, third daughter of the late Mr Joseph WALLER, farmer, of Stakesby, near the former place.

 

DEATHS

 

On the 27th ult., at Coxwold, Mrs BOWSER, wife of Mr Thos. BOWSER, grocer, aged 57.

On the 29th ult., at Malton, Mr Wm. SIMPSON, aged 70.

Same day, at Swinton, Mr Miles JACKSON, aged 77.

On the 30th ult., at Norton, Mary, the wife of Mr John ROBINSON, aged 62.

On the 31st ult., at Malton, Mrs Ellen SIXTON, aged 57.

Same day, at Norton, Mr Francis BALDWIN, aged 79.

Same day, at Edston, Mr Geo. CONNING, sen., formerly of Appleton-le-Moors, aged 74.

Same day, at Hovingham, Mary, wife of Mr Michael SEDGWICK, aged 74.

On the 1st inst., at Hutton-le-Hole, Mr Nicholas TATE, aged 70, formerly of Nawton.

Same day, at Welburn Kirkdale, Mr Wm. BARTHRAM, aged 87, farmer, blacksmith, innkeeper and parish clerk, highly respected.

Same day, at Malton, Rachel, daughter of Mr John STONEHOUSE, aged one year.

Same day, of bronchitis, Mary, widow, of Mr Matthew RYMER, coal merchant, York.

Same day, at Ripon, Mr Matthew PRATT, blacksmith, Blossomgate, aged 69.

 

Same day, at the Limes, Lawton, Cheshire, Henrietta WILLAN, widow of Lieut.-Colonel MILNE, 19th Infantry and second daughter of the late Wm.BELCOMBE, Esq., M.D., of York.

Same day, at Nafferton, very suddenly, Mrs Hannah MACKLEY, second daughter of the late Charles BENTLEY, of Wansford.

On the 2nd inst., at Beverley, Caroline Julia, infant daughter of Mr Geo. HOLMES, veterinary surgeon, aged 13 months.

Same day, at Ripon, much respected, Thomison?, widow of the late Mr Daniel RIXWORTH, aged 83.

same day, at Whitby, Mr Wm. MORLEY, Church-street, Whitby, aged 53.

On the 4th inst., at Malton, Mr John GRAY, Castlegate, aged 61.

 

Same day, at Hovingham, Mr Edward BUTLER, aged 62?.

On the 5th instant, at Liverpool, Mr Thomas HIDE, second son of Mr Wm. HIDE, Malton, aged 41.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 14 January 1860

BIRTHS

 

On the 26th ult., at Amotherby, the wife of Mr James ROBINSON, of a daughter.

Same day, at Huttons Ambo, the wife of Mr Henry WRAY, of a daughter.

On the 29th ult., at Huttons Ambo, the wife of Mr Christopher SUGGITT, of a daughter.

On the 30th ult., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Charles REED, of a son.

On the 6th inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Wm. MORLEY, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Settrington House, near Malton, Lady Macdonald, of twins-daughters.

 

MARRIAGES

 

On the 7th inst., at Kirby-Misperton, by the Rev. J. C.. WALKER, Mr Andrew CLARK, to Miss Helen SHEPHERD, both of Habton.

Same day, at Kirby-Misperton, Mr John FREER, Brawby, to Miss Rachel WARD, of Little Habton.

Same day, at York, by the Rev. J. F. WOOD, Mr Wm. Henry SANDS, clothier, Leeds, to Jane, daughter of Mr John SEVERS, of York, mariner.

On the 10th inst., at St. Michael's church, Malton, by the Rev. John WALKER, Mr John STOCKDALE, grocer, to Miss Jane BANKS, both of Malton.

 

DEATHS

 

On the 4th inst., at Bilsdale, David, son of Mr GARBUTT, aged 5 years.

On the 5th inst., at Raskelf, John youngest son of the late Mr John TEMPLE, farmer, aged 17.

On the 7th inst., at Easingwold, Mrs Elizabeth HOBSON, aged 86.

On the 9th inst., at Malton, Rebecca, daughter of Mr John TRUEMAN, aged 9 months.

Same day, at Bilsdale, Rachel, wif of Mr Joseph FEATHERSTONE, after a lingering illness, aged 39.

Same day, at Whitby, Esther, daughter of the late Richard ROBINSON, Esq., aged 52.

Same day and place, Mr James MUTTER, aged 63, highly respected.

We announce the decease of the eminent Eastern geographer, Colonel William Martin LEAKE, F.R.S., &c., which happened at Brighton a few days ago, on the eve of the completion of his 83rd year of his age.

Mr James MURPHY, of Mount Mrrion, near Dublin, was found dead in his bed on Saturday morning. He was the last surviving son of the late Mr W. MURPHY, a celebrated cattle salesmaster. He has left upwards of 300,000.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 21 January 1860

BIRTHS

 

On the 4th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. S. ARMSTRONG, of a son.

On the 13th inst., at Sheriff-Hutton, the wife of Mr J. M. ILLINGWORTH, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr J. H. FIRTH, of a daughter.

On the 15th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr C. ROWSE, of a son.

On the 16th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John LENG, of a son.

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

On the 17th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. WOOD, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

 

On the 11th inst., at St. Maurices's church, York, by the Rev. T. MYERS, Mr Job AYERS, to Mary Ann, younger daughter on Mr Wm. WILSON, mahogany merchant, all of that city.

Same day, at St. John's church, York, by the Rev. E. FOX, Mr F.J. MUSHAM, upholsterer, to Susannah, eldest daughter of Robert Adams, Esq., of Selby.

On the 12th inst., at St. Cuthbert's church, by the Rev. A. B. FAUSSET, rector, Benjamin, son of Mr John CARR, farmer and grazier, of Bossall, to Ursula, daughter of Mr Geo. HILL, innkeeper, Wool Market, York.

On the 19th inst., at Appleton-le-Street, by the Rev. F. Digby LEGARD, the Rev. Charles Pierrepont CLEAVER, to Agnes Lucy, youngest daughter of George LEGARD, Esq., of Easthorpe Hall.

 

DEATHS

 

On the 23rd Nov., 1859, at Yarm, Thos. Spark, second son of the late Mr Joseph PRESTON, surveyor of the Custom-house, Stockton-on-Tees, aged 69.

At Sedgefield, Jane, widow of the late Mr Benjamin WEBB, wood turner, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, aged 75, much and deservedly respected.

On the 15th inst., Mary Ann, niece of the above, and wife of Mr John SALMON, house carpenter, aged 31, after a long and protracted illness. Her end was peace.

On the 10th inst., at Low Hutton, Henry, son of Mr Geo. MILNER, aged 15 months.

On the 12th inst., at York, Ellen, wife of Mr Geo. LUND, fellmonger.

Same day, at Bilsdale, Jane, the fourth daughter of Mr Wm. VENTRISS, aged 8 years.

On the 13th inst., at Malton, Mr John SEDMAN, aged 81.

On the 14th inst.,at Sutton-on-the-Forest, Mrs Mary BARKER, aged 92.

Same day, at York, Mr John GARNETT, printer, Garden-place, aged 54.

Same day, at Ryton, Mr Robt. STOCKTON, aged 69.

Same day, at Malton, Ellen, only daughter of Mr F. PEACOCK, draper, aged 8 (or 3?) years.

On the 15th inst., at High Stakesby Hall, near Whitby, aged 66, Mary, relict of Edmund LOTHERINGTON, Esq., and daughter of the late H. SIMPSON, Esq., Meadowfield House, Whitby.

 

Same day, at Bridlington Quay, Geo. WETWAN, solicitor and notary public.

On Thursday week, at Kirby-Moorside, very suddenly, Mr William THORPE, butcher, aged 48.

On the 16th inst., at Easingwold, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr Richard HODGSON, of the New Inn, Easingwold.

On the 17th inst., at Easingwold, Charlotte, the wife of Mr John STURDY, farmer, aged 75.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 28 January 1860

BIRTHS

 

On the 14th inst., at Low Hutton, the wife of Mr George TURNER, of a daughter.

On the 16th inst., at Bilsdale, the wife of Mr J. HUNTON, cartwright, of a son.

On the 18th inst., at Bilsdale, the wife of Mr W. BIGGINS, of a son.

On the 19th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr James NAYLOR, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

 

On the 12th inst., at Westbourne Grove chapel, London, by the Rev. - LEWIS, Mr Jas. LONGSTER, grocer, Malton, to Miss Elizabeth WOODALL, Scarbro'.

On the 22nd inst., at the parish church, Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr J.W. SLATER, compositor, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr J. GIBSON, architect, both of this town.

On the 26th inst., at the parish church, Stokesley, by the Rev, C. CATOR, M.A., Geo. JACKSON, Esq., Tanton, to Mary Jane, only daughter of Mr Ward ATKINSON, of Stokesley.

Same day, at the parish church, Kirkdale, by the Rev. Mr KAY, vicar, Thos. AYDON, Esq., to Elizabeth, second daughter of Christopher SADLER, Esq.

 

DEATHS

 

On the 15th inst., at Bilsdale, the daughter of Mr William VENTRISS, aged 8 years.

On the 20th inst., at Whitwell, Mrs Elizabeth ELLERBY, aged 68.

On the 22nd inst., at Castle-Howard, Mr James ATKINSON, aged 68, for many years park keeper to the Earl of Carlisle.

Same day at Pocklington, after a long illness, aged 55, Mr Robt. MOON. He was formerly a brewer and maltster at the above place, and highly respected.

On the 23rd inst., at Norton, Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Matthew DINSDALE, aged 4 months.

Same day, at Pickering, John WATSON, Esq., solicitor, aged 65. Greatly respected.

On the 24th inst., at the Browse, Malton, Mary PICKERING, aged 73 years.

On the 26th inst., at New Malton, Ann, daughter of Mr Thos. SUNLEY, blacksmith, aged 35.

Same day and place, Emily, second daughter of Mr W. TAYLOR, draper, of Mount Terrace, in the 5th year of her age.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 4 February 1860

BIRTHS

On the 19th ult., at Swinton Grange, the wife of William FEWSTER, Esq., of a daughter.

On the 25th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr John STABLER, of a son.

On the 22nd ult., at Hawnby, the wife of Mr George SMITH, shoemaker, of a daughter.

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

On Monday, the 30th ult., at Buckthorpe, the wife of Mr John WREGGLEWORTH, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 26th ult., at St. Mary's church, Cartlon-on-Trent, Notts., by the Rev. R. M. TAYLOR, vicar of Hunmanby, Yorkshire, John MITFORD, Esq., eldest son of B. MITFORD, Esq., of Morpeth, Northumberland, to Christiana ELLIOT, only daughter of G.H. RIDDELL, Esq., Carlton.

On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Hunmanby, by the Rev. J. WILKINSON, Mr John SCRIVENER, cooper, &c., to Miss Matilda TAYLOR, of Gansmoor, Burton Agnes.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr William COOPER, to Miss Sarah LEARMAN, both of Sheriff-Hutton.

Same day, at the parish church, Hawnby, by the Rev. O. A. MANNERS, Mr John THOMPSON, carpenter, to Dinah, youngest daughter of Mr Benjamin CORNFORTH, all of Hawnby.

On the 31st ult., at the parish church, Kirby-Malzeard, by the Rev. Mr GLADSTONE, Mr Richd. Pearson DALLAGILL, to Martha, second daugher of Joseph RICHARDSON, Esq., of Puck House, near Kirby-Malzeard.

On the 1st inst., at Norton, Mr Joseph TODD, of Rillington, to Miss Frances TAYLOR, of Norton.

On the 2nd inst., at the parish church, Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr Chas. WHEATLEY, to Miss Agusta Annie DENNIS, daughter of Mr DENNIS, Malton.

Same day, at the parish church, Ellerbourne, by the Rev. Mr MACDOWEL, curate, Mr Geo. DUNNING, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr John WATSON, farmer, all of Wilton.

DEATHS

On the 6th ult., at Misigian, America, Hannah, the wife of Mr David CUTHBERT, formerly of Brawby, aged 69.

On the 24th ult., Mr Robert Topham SIMPSON, of the Manor Farm, Eardiston, Worcestershire, second son of the late Robert SIMPSON, Esq., Cowlam House, in this county, aged 42.

Same day, at Gristhorpe, after a long and tedious illness, borne with patience and resignation, Mr Wm COULSON, aged 37. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing relatives and friends.

On the 27th ult., at Skellbank, Ripon, Miss Sarah CLARK, aged 35.

Same day, at Malton, Elizabeth, wife of Mr John RUDDOCK, maltster, aged 69.

On the 28th ult., at Malton, Mary Ann, the wife of Mr Frederick PEACOCK, draper, aged 30.

On the 29th ult., at Malton, Mrs Jane MAWMAN, aged 84.

On the 30th ult., at Malton, Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr Robert JACKSON, bread baker, aged 5 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 11 February 1860

BIRTHS

Recently, at Maunby, the wife of Mr Thos. BECKWITH, draper and grocer, of a daughter.

On the 30th ult., North Street, Ripon, the wife of Mr Wm. PORT? shoemaker, of a son.

On the 31st ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr J. WOOD, Union Inn, of a daughter.

On the 1st inst., at Low Hutton, the wife of Mr Thomas MAGSON, of a daughter.

Same day, at Water-Skellgate, Ripon, the wife of Mr Wm. BLACKBURN, cabinet-maker, of a son.

On the 3rd inst., at Hull, the wife of Mr R.R. FENWICK, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Henry COLQUHOUN, of a daughter.

On the 6th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr M. NICHOLSON, of a daughter.

On the 8th inst., at Mount Terrace, Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. TAYLOR, of twins.

MARRIAGES

On the 2nd inst., at St. Mary's church, Gomersal, near Leeds, by the Rev. M. S. DALEY, incumbent, Mr John SMITH, Norton, Malton, to Mary, only daughter of the late Mr Joseph SMITH, Skipton.

On the 7th inst., at the parish church, Scarborough, by the Rev. Dr. WHITESIDE, vicar of Scarbro', Mr Rich. J. SMITHSON, of Malton, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Peter LONGFIELD, of Scarborough, late of Malton.

Same day, at St. James' church, Flockton-cum-Denby Grange, by the Rev. R. J. FRENCH, assisted by the Rev. John SHARP, James CROSBIE, Esq., of Ballyheigne Castle, county of Kerry, Ireland, to Rosa, fifth daughter of Sir John Lister KAYE, Bart., of Denby Grange, Yorkshire.

DEATHS

On the 31st ult., at North Street, Ripon, Elizabeth, of Mr Thos SHEPPARD, wheelwright, aged 6 years.

Same day, at Kirklington, near Ripon, deeply regretted, Miss WATERHOUSE, aged 50.

On the 1st inst., at Wellington Street, Ripon, Margaret Anne, daughter of Mr Jas. KENNEDY, tea dealer, aged 1 year and 8 months.

Same day, at High Skullgate, Ripon, Mr John HARKER, aged 65. Deceased was a highly respected inhabitant of Ripon. For many years he was a member of the Yeomanry Corps; an ardent and enthusiastic admirer of music, and an excellent performer on several instruments. As an Odd Fellow, too, he met with the good will of all.

Same day, at Filey, Miss Eliza CUDDEFORD, dressmaker, aged 37.

On the 3rd inst., at Middlesbro', Mr John GIBSON, of Seaham, aged 84.

On the 4th inst., at Meltonby, Mr Robt. SEAMOUR, formerly of the Fleece Inn, Bishop Wilton, aged 66.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, Mrs Jane POSTILL, aged 63.

On the 6th inst., at Ayton, near Scarbro', Elizabeth RIEVELEY, aged 79.

Same day, at Ripon, Hannah, widow of Mr George RUDD, wheelwright and machinist, aged 79.

On the 7th inst., at Welburn, Betsy, daughter of Mr Robt. BIELBY, wheelwright, aged 4.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 18 February 1860

BIRTHS

On the 2nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Samuel COLBERT, of a son.

On the 9th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. WARDMAN, of a daughter.

Same day, and place, the wife of Mr Thos. MURRAY, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. SIXTON, of a daughter.

On the 12th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr William MOORHOUSE, of a son.

On the 14th inst., at St. Paul's Corner, Norton, the wife of Mr S. WALKER, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 14th inst., at St. Thomas's church, Douglas, by the Rev. S. SIMPSON, chaplain, Mr John SOULBY, of Birmingham, to Ellen, second daughter of the late John Nowill BROMEHEAD, Esq., solicitor, London.

DEATHS

On the 29th ult., at the residence of W. F. SMITH, Esq., Leeds, Miss H. COOK, aged 63, formerly of Wheelgate, Malton.

On the 6th inst., at Easingwold, John James, eldest son of Mr John FRANKLAND, tallow chandler, aged 5 years.

On the 7th inst., at Ryton, Mr John Guy RAINES, farmer, aged 78.

On the 9th inst., at Amotherby, Mrs Ann DENHAM, aged 88.

On the 10th inst., at Norton, Mr John WATERS, boot and shoemaker, aged 41.

On the 11th inst., at High Hutton, Mr George HICKS, innkeeper, aged 41.

Same day, at Measham House, Leicestershire, of Bronchitis, George HUNT,

Esq., to the great grief of his bereaved family, and large circle of friends.

Same day, at North Hainby, near Ripon, Mary, wife of Mr Christopher MUDD, aged 74.

On the 14th inst., at Great Ayton, Emma, the youngest daughter of Mr Joseph BAYNE, grocer and draper, aged 5 years.

Same day, at Malton, Mr Robt., EXLEY, aged 86, much and deservedly respected.

On the 15th inst., at Yedingham, Mr James DUNN, aged 83.

On the 17th inst., at Norton, Mr William STOCKTON, Green Lane, aged 41.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 25 February 1860

BIRTHS

On the 13th inst., at South Otterington, the wife of Mr HURD, of a son.

On the 18th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr LONGBOTHAM, chemist and druggist, of a daughter.

On the 19th inst., at Beverley, the wife of Mr Charle (sic.) PRIESTLEY, Westwood Cottage, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr W. W. KING, of a son.

On the 20th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas BARKER, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 18th inst., at the parish church, Middleton, by the Rev. C. MACKERITH, Miss P. MILESTONE, to Mr John NICHOLSON, of Rosedale.

Same day, at the Register Office, Ripon, Mr Matthew GENTRUM, of Mickay, blacksmith, to Miss Elizabeth WALBRAN, of the same place.

Same day and place, Mr Wm. KITCHEN, of Mickay, to Mrs Mary TREVOR, of the same place.

On the 23rd inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Wm. WOOD, of Norton, miller, to Miss Jane DALE, of Malton.

DEATHS

On Sunday, the 12th inst., after a severe and painful illness, in the 20th year of his age, at the Royal Navel Hospital, Malta, where he had been invalided from Her Majesty's ship St. Jean D'Acre, Leonard William, youngest son of Robert BOWER, Esq., of Welham.

On the 18th inst., at Welburn, Dipheria, Mary Jane, only surviving daughter of Mr R. BIELBY, aged 9 years.

Same day, at Hutton Bussel, Sarah, the relict of Mr Johnathon HALDER, aged 81.

On the 14th inst., at Norton, Mary, wife of Mr Thomas RUSTON, aged 64.

Same day, at Malton, Mrs Mary EXLEY, aged 86.

On the 15th inst., Mrs JOLLY, Knayton, late of South Otterington, aged 58.

Same day, at South Otterington, Mrs Hannah THOMPSON, aged 17.

Same day, at Easingwold, Mrs COLDWELL, schoolmistress, aged 56.

On the 16th inst., at Crayke, Mr Wm. DENNYSON, blacksmith and parish clerk.

On the 17th inst., at Maron Lordship, Mr Robt. LOWRAY, farmer, aged 39.

Same day, at Swinton, Mr Henry LYON, aged 87.

On the 18th inst., at Malton, Mr John HALL, joiner, aged 26.

Same day, at High Woods, Wass, Joanna, wife of Mr W. HESSELGRAVE, aged 18, only daughter of Mr Matthew COVERDALE of Plantation House, Ampleforth.

Same day, at Newburgh, near Coxwold, Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr Wm. WRAY.

Same day, at Ripon, Mr Wm. PEACOCK, corn miller, aged 26.

On the 19th inst., at Malton, Mrs Fanny CRAVEN, aged 89.

On the 20th inst., at the residence of Thos. BROOKS, Esq., Wis????, Old Malton, Mrs Grace PERCY, widow of the late Matthew PERCY, gunsmith, Malton, aged 85.

Same day, at Bedern Bank, Ripon, Frederick, son of Robt. ROBINSON, Esq., aged 16.

Same day, at Old Stenningford Hall, North Stainby, near Ripon, Thos. Kitchenman STAVELEY, Esq.

On the 21st inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. SIMPSON, tailor, aged 63?.

On the 22nd inst., at Low Skellgate, Ripon, Michael MEACH, shopkeeper, aged 40.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 3 March 1860

BIRTHS

On the 20th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr Chas. TOWNEND, of a son.

On the 21st ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr John PEARSON, of a daughter.

On the 23rd ult., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Richard WAITE, of a daughter.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr James SPEDDING, of a daughter.

On the 24th ult., at Newsham Mill, the wife of Mr John SMITH, of a son.

On the 27th ult., at Rochdale, the wife of the Rev. Chas. GARRETT, of a son.

On the 28th ult., at Langton, the wife of Mr John BURNET, jun., of a daughter.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr H. M. RUSSELL, of a son.

Same day, at New Malton, the wife of Mr W. SNOW, draper, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 25th ult., at the Cathedral, Ripon, by the Rev. R. POOLE, Rural Dean, Mr John FOSTER, of Bishop Monkton, near Ripon, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr John BATEMAN, formerly of the Norfolk Arms Inn, in that city.

On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Huttons Ambo, by the Rev. G. A. SMITH, Mr Thomas STILBORN, to Miss Rachel FEWSTER, both of the above place.

 

DEATHS

On the 24th ult., Mercy, daughter of Richd. SOWERSBY, Allerston Low Mill, aged 4 years.

Same day, at Oswaldkirk, Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr J. SIMPSON, aged 10.

Also on the 1st inst., at the same place, Jane, daughter of the above, aged 15.

On the 25th ult., at Sheriff-Hutton, after a short illness, Mr James ARMSTRONG, late of Cornbrough, farmer and cattle dealer, aged 82.

Same day, at Thirsk, Mr Wm. MANN, aged 55, much and deservedly respected.

On the 27th ult., at Norton, Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Richard WALKER, letter carrier, aged 11 years.

On the 28th ult., at Henbury Court, near Bristol, Alice, widow of the late Thos. DONKIN, Esq., of Westow, near Malton.

On the 29th ult., at Stockton-on-Tees, Mrs Mary Jane DAVISON, aged 29 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 10 March 1860

BIRTHS

Recently, the wife of Mr HAMILTON, horse dealer and farmer, South Otherington, of a daughter.

On the 26th ult., at Welburn, the wife of Mr T. FRANKLIN, of a daughter.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr John GLOVER, of a son.

On the 19th ult., at Welburn, the wife of Mr Andrew BROWN, of a son.

On the 2nd inst., at the Parsonage, Malton, the wife of the Rev. G. A. FIRTH, of a son.

On the 3rd inst., at Lastingham, Mrs BERRIMAN, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr John READ, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr J. S. BIRDSALL, tailor and draper, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr C. G. BOND, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 3rd inst., at the Abbey church of St. Mary's, Sherbourne, Dorset, Mr Joseph GIBSON, architect, of Oswestry, Salop, and second son of Mr John GIBSON, architect, of this town, to Emily Ann, eldest daughter of Mr John GUPPY, builder, &c., Sherborne.

Same day, at Wetwang, Mr Witty COVERDALE, of that place, to Miss Eliza ROWE, of Bridlington.

 

DEATHS

On the 23rd ult., at Leavening, Eliza, the wife of Mr Wm. CROFT, aged 42.

On the 28th ult., at Thornton, Mr John MAW, veterinary surgeon.

Same day, at Haxby, near York, Geo. SOOTHERAN, Esq., in the 66th year of his age.

On the 29th ult., at Wykeham, near Old Malton, Mr John WALLIS, aged 78.

On the 1st inst., at Pickering, Mr W. HAXBY, carrier.

Same day, at Thornton-le-Moor, Mr David FOSTER, aged 72.

Same day, at Thornton, Lucy, the wife of the Rev. Edward William HESLOP, rector of Thornton, aged 77.

Same day, at Copt Hewick Hall, near Ripon, Catherine, wife of Thos. MASON, Esq., aged 79.

Same day, at Gilling, Mr D. GILBERSTON, steward to C.G. FAIRFAX, Esq., aged 65, much respected.

Same day, at York, Mrs WALKER, relict of the late Mr Chas. WALKER, of the above place, after a short illness, aged 62.

Same day, at Hanging Grimston, after a short illness, Mr Simeon ARNELL, aged 49, highly respected.

On the 4th inst., at Ripon, wife of Mr John BRAITHWAITE, formerly of the Low Mills in that city, corn miller, aged 49.

On the 5th inst., at Great Habton, Hannah, wife of Mr John MOON, aged 70.

Same day, at Welburn, Henry, son of Mr Robert BIELBY, aged 3 months.

On the 6th inst., at Malton, Mr John HARRISON, aged 74.

On the 8th inst., at Whitby, Mr Joseph ANDERSON, aged 72.

Same day, at Weldale, near Snainton, Alfred Thomas youngest son of Mr R. ROWLEY, aged 9 months.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 17 March 1860

BIRTHS

On the 3rd inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas WATSON, of a son.

On the 4th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr James FOSTER, of a son.

Same day, at Wetwang, the wife of Mr W. EASTON, tailor and draper, of a daughter.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. CRAGGS, of a son.

On the 6th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr James KITSON, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Joseph BANKES, of a son.

On the 9th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thos. KERSHAW, tanner, of twins - boys.

On the 10th inst., at High Hutton, the wife of Mr Wm. LEAL, of a son.

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

Same day, at Ripon, the wife of Mr R.E. COLLINSON, of the Unicorn Hotel, Ripon, of a daughter.

Same day, at Aislaby, the wife of Mr John HARLAND, of a son.

On the 11th inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr BOYES, of a son.

Same day, at Lund Forest, the wife of Mr BARKER, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr G. PRESTON, of a son.

On the 12th inst., at Allerston, the wife of Mr R. HUDSON, miller, of a son.

On the 13th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr J. WARWICK, of a daughter.

On the 13th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John SMITH, tailor, of a son.

Same day, at Ripon, the wife of Mr Wm. SMITH, chief borough police officer, of a daughter.

On the 14th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr E. JOHNSON, of the Derwent Biscuit Works, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 13th inst., at Yedingham, by the Rev. F.J. PORTER, Mr Francis NEWLOVE, to Emma, only daughter of the late Mr COCKERILL, Yedingham.

 

DEATHS

Same day, at Wombleton, Mr Joseph RAINE, aged 75.

On the 6th inst., at Scagglethorpe, Sarah, the wife of Mr Stephen PUTSEY, aged 85?.

On the 7th inst., of diptheria, John Henry, second son of Mr FEATHER, of Sowerby Park, near Thirsk, aged 8 years, having survived his brother only a week.

On the 5th inst., at Dringhouses, near York, the Rev. W. BLUNDELL, Wesleyan Minister.

On the 9th inst., at Kirby-Moorside, Mr John NEWBY, late of the Red Lion Inn, aged 80.

Same day, at Ripon, John HULLAH, of Skellgate, Ripon, plumber and glazier, aged 45.

On the 10th inst., at Snainton Heights, Ann, relict of the late Mr John WARD, farmer, aged 78, much respected.

Same day, at Wombleton, Margaret, daughter of Mr Wm. BOWES, aged 8.

On the 11th inst., at Ripon, Mr W. FELL, butcher, aged 73.

Same day, at Castle-Howard, Sarah, wife of Mr Joseph CARTER, aged 72.

Same day, at Malton, Mr John POTTER, aged 83.

On the 12th inst., at Thornton, Mr John KAY, aged 70, highly respected.

On the 16th? inst., at Malton, very suddenly, Mr Joseph HORSELEY, ????, aged ??.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 24 March 1860

BIRTHS

On the 4th inst., the wife of Mr Robt. DALTON, of Kirkgate, Ripon, plumber and glazier, of a daughter.

on the 15th inst., the wife of Mr Geo. WRAY, of Blossomgate, Ripon, joiner, of a daughter.

On the 16th inst., at Great Ayton, the wife of Mr Joseph SMITH, grocer, of a daughter.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Thomas WHIDD, of a son.

On the 17th inst., at Great Ayton, the wife of Mr Joseph BAYNE, grocer and draper, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. CALVERT, tailor and draper, of a son.

On the 18th inst., at Millgate, Ripon, the wife of Mr Geo. GROVES, tailor, of a daughter.

On the 19th inst., at Great Ayton, the wife of Mr Robert FAWCITT, shoemaker, of a daughter.

Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Mr Francis RAWLIN, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr George WRIGHTSON, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 17th inst., at Nafferton, by the Rev. James DAVISON, Mr Wm. DODSON, maltster, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Mr Francis WALKER, blacksmith.

 

DEATHS

On the 13th inst., Georgina Lucretia AGNES, daughter of the late Rev. S. Henry DUNTZE, vicar of Weaverthorpe and Helperthorpe, Yorkshire, aged 22.

On the 14th inst., at Millgate, Ripon, Emily, daughter of Mr Thomas MELDRUM, teacher of music and dancing, aged one year and four months.

On the 15th inst., at Hartlepool, Mr John WILEY, aged 61, late of Stokesley.

Same day, at Malton, John James, son of Mr Mark DOBSON, aged 13 months.

Same day, at Roughbrough Farm, Huttons Ambo, Jane, wife of Mr Wm. MONKMAN, aged 72.

Same day, at Helmsley, Mr Hugh JONES, in the 80th year of his age.

On the 16th inst., at Norton, Mrs Mary POTTER, aged 51.

Same day, at Whitewall Corner, Mr John PINKNEY, aged 83.

Same day, at Ryton, Mr Thomas WAUGH, aged 46.

Same day, at Filey, Mr George JENKINSON, fisherman, aged 65.

Same day, at North Street, Ripon, Alfred, infant son of Mr Geo. BEST, railway porter.

Same day, in Water Skellgate, Ripon, Elizabeth, widow of the late John WALKER, cattle dealer, aged 62.

Same day, at Gilling, Mr W. M'LAURIE, aged 46.

On the 17th inst., at Bondgate, Ripon, Catherine, wife of Mr Geo. NICHOLSON, farmer, aged 74.

Same day, at Filey, Mr Geo. STERRIKER, tailor, late of Pickering, aged 35.

Same day, at Slingsby, after a short but painful illness borne with true christian patience, Jane, the youngest daughter of Mr Martin ELLERBY, aged 17.

On the 18th inst., at Huttons Ambo, Mr Robt. SHEPHERDSON, aged 64, much respected.

On the 19th inst., at Malton, Mr Thomas BRIGHAM, aged 73.

Same day, at Norton, Mary Elizabeth YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 8 years.

Same day, at York, Mr Richard BURDEKIN, bookseller and stationer, aged 78. His loss is deplored by a large circle of friends.

 

Same day , at Nafferton, Mr Geo. HARDY, farmer, formerly of Kilham, aged 64.

Also, recently, at the same place Susannah IRELAND, aged 3 years.

On the 20th inst., at High Skellgate, Ripon, Emily Jane, infant daughter of Mr John LICKLEY, shoemaker.

Same day, at Nottingham, Mr John CARTWRIGHT, the well known jockey, late of the Ram Hotel, in that town, and formerly of Middleham, aged 46.

On the 21st inst., at Malton, Hannah Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr Martin DODSWORTH, joiner and cabinet maker, aged 6 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 31 March 1860

BIRTHS

Recently, the wife of Mr YAKER, South Otterington, of a son.

On the 16th inst., at Stokesley, the wife of Mr Geo. GIBSON, of a son.

On the 19th inst., at Stokesley, the wife of Mr James HARRISON, of a daughter.

On the 21st inst., at Stokesley Station, the wife of Mr Geo. SIMPSON, of a son.

On the 22nd inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Charles WHEATLEY, of a son.

On the 23rd inst., at Brawby, the wife of Mr Thomas SAWDON, tailor and draper, of a son.

On the 24th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr George HOPPER, of a son.

Same day, and place, the wife of Mr James BOYES, of a son.

On the 25th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. RICHARDSON, of a son.

Same day, at Malton, the wife of Mr Rob POSTILL, of a daughter.

Same day, at Welburn, the wife of Mr Wm. STONES, of a daughter.

On the 27th inst., at Welham, the wife of Mr A. PEXTON, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 20th inst., at the Register Office, Stokesley, Mr J. HEPTON, blacksmith, Stokesley, to Miss Ann WINTER, of the same place.

On the 24th inst., at Salton, by the Rev. Wm. ABBEY, Mr Robert LIDSTER, of Brawby Moor, to Miss CLAYTON, of the same place.

On the 28th inst., at Slingsby, by the Rev. W. CARTER, rector, Mr W. HUMBLE, Norton, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr Wm. EAST, Slingsby.

DEATHS

On the 17th February, Mr Geo. C. CAMPBELL, D.D., London, the veteran editor of the British Standard, &c., in his 24th year. He was washed overboard during a heavy gale, on the passage from New York to Glasgow.

Recently, at Borrowby, Mr Wm. MORLEY, farmer, very suddenly.

On the 21st inst., at Welburn Mill, Caroline, the wife of Mr George TODD, aged 39.

On the 22nd inst., at Amotherby, Mr Robt. HARPER, aged 80.

Same day, at Ingelby Greenhow, Cleveland, Mr Edward WRIGHT, aged 35.

On the 23rd inst., at Whitewall Corner, Norton, Mary, relict of Mr John PINKNEY, aged 74.

Same day, at Leeds, Mr George LAWRENCE, tailor, late of Norton, aged 23.

On the 24th inst., at Norton, Mr Thos. RUSTON, aged 66.

Same day, at Northallerton, Mr Henry RYMER, aged 47.

On the 25th inst., at Malton, Robert the infant son of Mr Robert SKELTON, miller.

On the 26th inst., at Great Habton, Mr John MOON, aged 75.

Same day, at Norton, Henry, son of Mr T. KERSHAW.

On the 27th inst., Ellen MIDDLETON, of Northallerton, daughter of Mr Geo. MIDDLETON, bricklayer.

On the 28th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr WILLIAMSON, Golden Lion Inn Yard, at an advanced age.

 

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 7 April 1860

BIRTHS

On the 1st inst., at York, the wife of Mr J. S. ROWNTREE, Union Terrace, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, the wife of Joshua HARTLEY, Esq., surgeon, of a son.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 28th ult., at Holy Trinity church, Micklegate, York, by the Rev. T.CRESER, assisted by the Rev. E. FOX, vicar of St. John's, and brother-in-law of the bride, the Rev. Allom CARNEY, of York, to Emma, third daughter of the late Rev. Abishaw STORR, Hungerford Carr, near Bristol.

Same day, at St. Thomas's church, York, by the Rev. J.E. SAMPSON, incumbent, Mr J. WHITE, of Hugg House, near Richmond, to Lucy Ann, eldest daughter of the late Jas. S. SWETNAM, Esq., of Kirkham Hall, near Richmond.

On the 29th ult., at the church of St. Maurice, York, by the Rev. T. MYERS, vicar, Godfrey, son of Edward ATKIN, Esq., of Highfield, Sheffield, to Ellen, daughter of Henry ?AD, Esq., Grove-Terrace, York.

Same day, at Wesley chapel, Prior-street, York, by the Rev. J. SUGDEN, Mr Thos. S. ROUTLEDGE, of London, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr Wm. AGAR, currier, York.

On the 31st ult., at the Wesleyan chapel, Radnor-street, Hulme, Manchester, by the Rev. G. Carnock, Wesleyan minister, Mr R. C. FLINTOFF, (late of Thirsk,) to Lavinia, youngest daughter of the late Mr Jas. DUNCAN, all of this city.

 

DEATHS

On the 28th ult., at Malton, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr Edward WILLIAMSON, dyer, aged 70.

On the 29th ult., at Malton, Mrs Sarah HORNBY, aged 68.

On the 30th ult., at Norton, Charles, twin son of Mr Thos. KERSHAW.

On the 2nd inst., at Norton, Ada Jane, youngest daughter of Mr J. RIEVELEY, grocer, Malton.

On the 4th inst., at Welburn, Wm. TURNER, aged 4 years.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 14 April 1860

BIRTHS

On the 1st inst., at West Heslerton, the wife of the Rev. T. McINTYRE, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 5th inst., at the Cathedral, Ripon, by the Rev. R. POOLE, Mr Wm. PALEY. to Miss Elizabeth BLACKBURN, both of Ripon.

On the 7th inst., at the Cathedral, Ripon, by the Rev. R. POOLE, Wm. HARTLEY, Esq., of Catteral Hall, Giggleswick, to Emily, youngest daughter of the late I. BENTHAM, esq., of Skipton, surgeon.

Same day and place, Mr. Thos. BUCK, to Miss Jane THACKWRAY, both of Winksley.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Matthew PRATT, of Scrayingham, to Miss Jane Carr MARTIN, of Malton.

On the 9th inst., at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pocklington, by the Rev. H. KNOWLES, Mr W. BANKS, farmer, to Miss Ann QVISON?, both of Bishop Wilton.

Same day, at Richmond, Mr W. GREATHEAD, to Miss Rebecca, youngest daughter of the late Thos. PEIRSE, Esq., Belisle.

On the 19th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Malton, by the Rev. S. TIMMS, Mr Moses MOODY, of Acklam, to Miss Ellen CORBY, of Leavening.

Same day, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Thirsk, by the Rev. J. WARD, Mr John COVERDALE, grocer, to Miss Isabella METCALFE, both of Thirsk.

Same day, at the Register Office, Stokesley, Mr Alfred AVENXY?, brickmaker, Tollesby?, to Miss Mary WOOD, of the same place.

Same day, at hovingham, by the Rev. J.P. MUNBY, incumbent, Mr John SMITHSON, farmer, Broughton, to Isabel, youngest daughter of the late Mr MUZEEN?, of West Ness.

Same day, at Kirby-Grindalyth, by the Rev. T. BOUSTEAD, Joseph ALLANSON, Esq., of Park House, Fimber, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Mr Geo. SELLER, of Heworth, near York, and niece of Messrs T. and J. LUND, Duggleby.

Same day, at St. Leonard's church, Malton, by the Rev. G. P. CORDEAUX, Mr Thos. HARDWICK, of Slingsby, younger brother of the late lamented Archdeacon HARDWICK, of Ely, to Annie, eldest daughter of Mr John RUSTON, of Malton.

Same day, Mr MACREADY, the eminent tragedian, was united in marriage, at Durdham Down, Clifton, to Miss Cecilia SPENCER, granddaughter of the late Sir Wm. BEACHY. Mr MACREADY has attained his 65th year, whilst the young lady whom he has led to the alter is only in her 23rd year.

On the 11th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Ripon, by the Rev. J.S.R. WEBB, Mr David GRAHAM, carpenter, to Miss Mary Ann HUTCHINSON, both of Grevelthorpe.

Same day, at the Catherdral, Ripon, by the Rev. J. JAMESON, Mr Geo. THEAKSTON, of Ripon, joiner, to Miss Ann SNOWDEN, of the same place.

 

DEATHS

On the 3rd inst., Susan, the beloved wife of Mr Joseph BURROWS, of Delamere Forest, Cheshire, and niece to Miss MATHERS, of this town, aged 25.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, Mrs Mary HAYES, aged 72.

On the 6th inst., at Westow, Mr Robert LOTHERINGTON, aged 69.

On the 8th inst., at Pickering, Wm. BARTON, Esq., aged 79.

On the 10th inst., at the Rectory, Kildale, near Stokesley, the Rev. Thos. TODD, aged 61, highly respected.

 

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 21 April 1860

BIRTHS

 

On the 2nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Thos. ALLISON, of a daughter.

On the 12th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr John SAWKILL, of a daughter.

On the 13th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr T. HODGSON, of a daughter.

On the 14th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Richard M. STUBBS, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 14th inst., at the parish church, Middleton, by the Rev. C. MACKERITH, Mr Thos. FEWSTER, farmer and cattle dealer, to Miss BEARCROFT, both of Cropton.

On the 17th inst., at the parish church, Settrington, by the Rev. J. KELLEY, Mr Wm. WARDELL, butcher and farmer, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr John MATTHEWS, of the same place.

Same day, at Malton, Wm. DENNIS, brickmaker, to Anne SELLER, both of this town.

Same day, at St. Saviour's church, York, by the Rev. - Croft, Mr George PEACOCK, landlord, of the Old Three Tuns, Thirsk, to Miss Margaret Holmes, of Old Byland.

DEATHS

On the 13th inst., at Settrington Wold, Henry, youngest son of Mr FOSTER, Langton, aged 32, highly respected.

Same day, at Malton, Mr Geo. SPINK, aged 72.

On the 14th inst., at Hildenly, Mr Geo. RICHMOND, aged 79.

On the 15th inst., at the Workhouse Malton, Mary BAKER, aged 23.

On the 17th inst., at Norton, Mr Robt. ARMISON, aged 21.

Same day, at Hull, Hannah Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr Wm. H. MOUNTAIN, slater, aged 41.

Same day and place, Douglas JOHNSON, second son of Mr D. BARROW, woollen draper, Lowgate, aged 1.

Same day, and place, Charles Henry, the only son of Mr John LOWTHER, Dansom-lane, aged 17.

Last Week, Nelly GILES died at Portsea, being nearly 90 years of age. She was one of the few surviving witnesses of the battle of the Nile, having been on board Her Majesty's ship Bellerphon, Captain H. DARBY, and in all subsequent engagements under Nelson. Three days after the battle Nelly gave birth to a son.

 

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 28 April 1860

BIRTHS

On the 12th inst., at Amotherby, the wife of Mr James WOOD, of a daughter.

On the 13th inst., at Ryton, the wife of Mr Wm. SMAILES, of a son.

On the 23rd inst., at Swinton, the wife of Mr Geo. CLARK, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 19th inst., by the Rev. Charles MACKERITH, Mr THORPE, of Cropton, to Miss Annie Walton, BARUGH.

On the 21st inst., at the parish church, Kirby-Moorside, by the Rev. J.D. CORTIS, Mr Robert SPEDDING, to Annie, only daughter of the late Mr Thomas SLIGHTHOLME, butcher, of the above place.

On the 23rd inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr R. JOHNSON, to Mrs Elizabeth CRAVEN, both of Malton.

On the 25th inst., at Scarbro', by the Rev. J. R. HOPE, M.A., assistant curate at the parish church, Mr Richard GRAHAM, of Middlesbro', to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Wm. TISSIMAN, of Scarbro'.

Same day, at Slingsby, by the Rev. W. CARTER, rector, Mr Samuel TATE, Sherburn, to Miss Mary BOYES, Slingsby.

On the 26th inst., at the Register Office, Malton, Mr Wm. LEVERITT, of Barthorpe, to Miss Emma GOTT, of Langton.

DEATHS

Baron Bruck, the Austrian minister of finance, has just died of congestion of the brain.

John LUDWIG, a revolutionary soldier, has died in New Washington, aged upwards of 113.

A negro is just reported to have died in Georgia, aged 140.

Prince Adam Czartoryski died in Vienna on Monday.

On the 5th inst., Alexander McLEOD, the oldest inhabitant of Perth. According to his own computation (but which at times varied slightly) he was in his 109th year, but he is registered as 107.

On the 19th inst., at the Charter House, Hull, Mr George ALLISON, in his 80th year.

On the 20th inst., at Wombleton, Sarah Frances, eldest daughter of the late Mr Thos. DUCK, aged 27. She was a member of the Wesleyan Society.

Same day, at the Union Workhouse, Malton, Mr Thomas CARR, aged 75.

On the 21st inst., at Malton, Ann, the wife of Mr William RUSTON, tanner, aged 69.

On the 22nd inst., at Hull, Matilda, the beloved wife of Mr John SHAW, draper, aged 43.

On the 23rd inst., at Great Broughton, Mr Jno. NIGHTINGALE, aged 56.

Same day, at Hull, Maria, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas COULSON, Belle-vue-terrace, aged 29.

on the 24th inst., at Norton, Charlotte, infant daughter of Mr Thos. HODGSON.

On the 25th inst., at Hull, Rachel, relict of the late Mr Robert JACKSON, of St. Quintin's Place, Drypool, aged 73.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 5 May 1860

BIRTHS

On the 26th ult., at Ellen's Terrace, Norton, the wife of Mr John MAW, of a son.

On the 27th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr John RUSTON, Golden Lion Inn, of a daughter.

On the 30th ult., at Lund House, near Cropton, the wife of James DIXON, Esq., of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 1st inst., at the parish church, Nunnington, by the Rev. Henry

COOPER, rector, Mr Wm. DENT, farmer, Lazenby Hall, near Northallerton, to

Ellen, second daughter of Mr Thomas MOORE, farmer, Nunnington.

 

DEATHS

On the 21st ult., at Ebberston, Mr Thomas WARD, shoemaker, aged 47.

On the 27th ult., at York, Mr Geo. WOOD, tinner and brazier, New Bridge

Street, aged 63.

On the 28th ult., at Busby Manor House, near Stokesley, very suddenly, Mr

Wm. WISE, aged 70.

On the 29th ult., at Cropton, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr William FORD, aged 22, much respected.

On the 30th ult., at Norton, Mr John WOOD, Terrace Row, aged 77.

Same day, at Stokesley, Mrs Mary DOUGLAS, aged 72.

Same day, at Malton, Mr Robert KING, aged 67.

On the 1st inst., at Dewsbury, Dorothy, infant daughter of Mr J.C. THORNES, late of Kirby-Moorside, aged 6 months.

On the 2nd inst., at Pockley, near Helmsley, Mr George DUNNING, farmer, aged 71.

Same day, at Ryton, Mary, wife of Mr George FOX, aged 42.

On the 3rd inst., at Thirsk, ELizabeth, wife of Mr Wm. HIDE, aged 41.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 12 May 1860

BIRTHS

On the 29th? ult., at High Hutton, the wife of Mr Thomas RUGGITS?, of a

daughter.

On the 1st inst, at Low Hutton, the wife of Mr Richard WRAY, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John SLEIGHTHOLME, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John JACKSON, of a son.

On the 6th inst., at Scarborough, the wife of Mr A. GIBSON, Sussex, of a

son.

Same day, at Southfield Villas, Middlesbro', the wife of Edgar GILKES?,

Esq., of a daughter.

On the 8th inst., at Malton, the wife of Corporal Robert SOWTER, of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 1st inst., at Settrington, near Malton, by the Ven. Archdeacon LONG, Mr Wm. MARSHALL, son of Mr R. MARSHALL, of Suffield, to Isabella, daughter of Mr G. PULLON, of Settrington.

On the 3rd inst., at Hull, to Mary DOUGLAS, only daughter of the late

Michael, GOODSIR, Esq., surgeon, R.N.

On the 5th inst., at the Parish Church, Hawnby, by the Rev. O.A. MANNERS, Mr Wm. DUNNING, of Bilsdale, to Miss Mary CORNFORTH, Hawnby.

On the 7th inst., at the same place, at St. Stephen's Church, Mr Robert BONE, to Miss Mary BARNETT, both of Barton.

Same day, at the Register Office, Ripon, Mr M. POWER, commercial traveller, to Miss Ann KIRKLEY, both of that city.

Same day, at the Catholic Chapel, Malton, Mr Thos. BURT, butler, to Miss Ann OLDFIELD, both of Coneysthorpe.

On the 8th inst., at Hull, at the Register Office, Mr John Young GILDER, upholsterer, to Emma, eldest daughter of Mr T. PARISH, mariner.

On the 10th inst., at the Wesleyan chapel, Pickering, by the father of the bride, Mr W. TANFIELD, of Dudley, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of the Rev. J. CADMAN.

DEATHS

On the 25th ult., at his residence, 18, Gilston-road, Brompton, London, suddenly, Francis BORTON, Esq., third son of the late Wm. BORTON, Esq., of Pickering.

On the 4th inst., at Sowerby, near Thirsk, Maria Teresa, the wife of Thomas SWARBRECK, Esq.

On the 5th inst., at Malton, Agnes, wife of Mr Robt. BIRD, aged 35.

Same day san place, Robert and Sarah Ann, infant twin son and daughter of Mr John WARD, cordwainer.

Same day, at Driffield, George, the son of Mr Thomas DAWSON, late of Huggate, aged 11 months.

On the 6th inst., at Ripon, Mr George MORRELL, of North-street, currier, aged 61.

On the 7th inst., Mr George Heneage LAWRENCE, third son of the late Rev. Wm. WHARTON, vicar of Gilling, near Richmond, Yorkshire, aged 46.

Same day, at Hull, at his residence, Pryme-street, suddenly, Mr Alfred NEWBALD, managing clerk to the shipping firm of Thos. Wilson, sons, and Co.

Same day, and place, George, son of the late Mr George ALCOCK, druggist, aged 12.

On the 8th inst., at the Lodge, Hessle, Mr John Gleadow FEARNE, aged 48.

Same day, at Hull, ann, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas KNILL, master mariner, much respected.

On the 6th inst., at York, Mr Robert Appleby BURDEKIN, second son of the late Mr Richard BURDEKIN, bookseller, aged 40.

Same day, Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Isaac HARGROVE, rope manufacturer, Hunslet, aged 26.

On the 10th inst., at the residence of his father, Willingdon Park, Sussex, aged 18, Charles, the son of Henry STAPLEY, Esq., and brother to Mrs T.PEARSON, Brook Villa, Norton, much lamented.

An aged nautical veteran, named COLLIS, died at the beginning of the week, near Hythe in Kent, who actually served under Cornwallis, where he succeeded to the command of the Canada, on the resignation of Sir George COLLIER.

We have to record the death of General Berkley DRUMOND, at his seat in Hampshire. The deceased had served for nearly 50 years in the Scots Fusilier Guards. He served, in that regiment, then called the 3rd Guards. He served in that regiment, then called the 3rd Guards, in the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the storming of Hergen-op-Zoom; also the campain of 1815, and was present at Quatro Bras and at Waterloo.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 19 May 1860

BIRTHS

On the 3rd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Robert BANKS, of a daughter.

On the 4th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Thos. WARD, of a son.

On the 7th inst., at Malton, the wife of John MERCER, of a son.

On the 9th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Wm. WRAY, of a daughter.

Same day, at Habton, the wife of Mr Geo. JACKSON, of a daughter.

On the 15th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr William HUME, of a daughter.

Same day, the wife of Mr Isaac COATES, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 12th inst., at St. Leonard's church, by the Rev. G. P. CORDEAUX, Mr Charles MARSON, tailor, to Miss Mary ROBINSON, dressmaker, both of Malton.

Same day, at the Cathedral, Ripon, by the Rev. J. JAMESON, Precentor, Mr Henry BARKER, of Fernsby, in the parish of Farnham, to Miss Mary Elizabeth SMITH, of Millgate, Ripon.

Same day, at the Register Office, Ripon, Mr Chas. BOLTON, of Beckwith Shaw, farmer, to Miss Susannah FOSTER, of Markington.

On the 14th inst., at the Register Office, Ripon, Mr Thos. ATKINSON, of Fingerfield, Grewelthorpe, to Miss Mary YEATES, of Carr House, Azerley.

Same day, at the Independent Chapel, Ripon, by the Rev. Joseph CROFT, Mr Wm. BUCKLE, of Dallowgill, farmer, to Miss Jane TOMLINSON, of Kirkby Malzeard.

On the 15th inst., at Danby church, by the Rev. J. R. ELLIS. incumbent of

Westerdale, Mr John Medd WINSPEAR, of Glaisdale, to Maria, daughter of Mr Isaac BROWN, of the same place.

On the 16th inst., at the Independent Chapel, Ripon, Mr John CAPON, of Ripon, leather dresser, to Miss Hannah WILDON, of Brompton Close, near Ripon.

On the 17th inst., same place, Mr Simon HORNER, retired farmer, to Mrs Frances SMITH, of North Street, Ripon.

DEATHS

On the 27th of April last, at Nivelles, Belgium, george STAINFORTH, Esq.,late of Hutton Hall, and formerly of the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers, aged 64.

On the 8th inst., at Terrington, after a lingering illness of ten year's duration, Helen HOLIDAY, aged 31.

On the 11th inst., at Norton, Miss Anne FOX, aged 33.

On the 12th inst., at the Workhouse, Malton, Ann STOCKILL, aged 12.

Same day, at Filey, after a tedious illness, Amelia, daughter of Mr PLASKITT, farmer, aged 16.

On the 13th inst., at Malton, Mary Ann, wife of Mr John CLARK, aged 66.

On the 14th inst., at Bradford, Mr Geo. UMPLEBY, bricklayer, aged 42, much respected.

On the 15th inst., at the Workhouse, Malton, Wm. CROW, aged 23.

On the 16th inst., at Malton, Ellen, daughter of Mr John WITTY, aged 9 months.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 26 May 1860

BIRTHS

On the 20th? inst., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr Wm. ROBINSON, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES

On the 21st inst., at St. Mary's church, Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr. WHITESIDE, vicar, Mr Wm. TURNER?, wine an spirit merchant, Great Driffield, to Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr Geo. LEVITT, of Nafferton.

Same day, at the Old Church, Eccles, Mr Samuel Thomas WILSON, of Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester, to Annie eldest daughter of Mr Michael REED, cattle-dealer, Hope Farm, Eccles, and granddaughter of Mr John REED, Stonegrave, Yorkshire.

On the 22nd inst., at the Independent chapel, Pickering, by the Rev. J. WHITE, Methodist New Connexion Minister, Mr Robinson BOAK, printer and bookseller, Pickering, to Miss Mary DOBSON, of Wrelton, near Pickering.

On the 23rd inst., at the Independent chapel, Malton, by the Rev. D. SENIOR, the Rev. John William ROLLS, Roxton, Bedfordshire, and eldest son of the late Captain ROLLS, Weymouth, to Jane, youngest surviving daughter of the late Christopher OWSTON, Esq., Thorpebassett.

DEATHS

On the 16th inst., at Thixendale, Mr Charles MATTHEWS, aged 79.

On the 17th inst., at Terrington, Mr John TEASDALE, aged 31?, much respected.

 

Same day, at Lydd's? House, Newton, near Pickering, after a protracted illness, with great suffering, Jane, the wife of Mr Thomas MIDDLETON, aged 54.

Same day, at Malton, Mr Wm. THURNHAM, aged 26.

On the 18th inst., at Castle-Howard, Mr Issac ELLIOT, head keeper to the Earl of Carlisle, aged 37, much respected.

Same day, at High Hutton, Sarah, daughter of Mr Thos. FISH, blacksmith, aged 2 years.

On the 19th inst., at Scarbro', Elizabeth, the wife of Mr William THOMPSON, corn miller, Wakefield, aged 48.

Same day, at Norton, Mr John DOBSON, railway goods porter, aged 63.

On the 21st inst., at Coneysthorpe, Mr Joseph TAYLOR, farmer, in the 68th year of his age; much respected by a large circle of relatives and friends.

Same day, at Ripon, Mr Wm. SKIPSAY, of Water Skellgate, joiner.

On the 22nd inst., at Sawdon, Mr Wm. COVERLEY, eldest son of the late Mr Robt. COVERLEY, farmer.

On the 23rd inst., at Great Habton, Mr Wm. MOON, aged 43.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 2 June 1860

BIRTHS

On the 19th ult., at Low Skelgate, Ripon, the wife of Mr Josiah BOX, fellmonger, of a son.

On the 20th ult., at Bongate, near Ripon, the wife of Mr John Lockwood HIRST, of a daughter.

On the 22nd ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr G. HUMPHREY, of a daughter.

Same day, at Amotherby, the wife of Mr John DOBSON, of a son.

On the 25th ult., at Low Hutton, the wife of Mr John CLEMMITT, of a daughter.

On the 26th ult., at Malton, the wife of Mr R. WAUDBY, of a son.

On the 27th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr H. RHODES, of a son.

On the 28th ult., at Norton, the wife of Mr R. GRAHAM, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 26th ult., at Kirby-Misperton, Mr Geo. RAWLING, Bronghton (sic.), to Miss Jane Clayton, Slingsby.

On the 28th ult., at St. Peters. York, Mr Jno. WAINES, of Leamington, to Miss Mary HAYTHORNE, of Slingsby.

Same day, at the Register Office, Malton, Mr John LEEK to Miss Sarah BRADSHAW, both of Amotherby.

Same day, at the Register Office, Ripon, Mr Josh. BAINES to Miss Ann BIRCH, both of Kirby Malyeard (sic.).

On the 29th ult., at the Wesleyan Centenary Chapel, Queen-street, Scarborough, by the Rev. S. WILKINSON, Mr Jas. M. CROSBY, chemist, to Miss Mary Jane BINNINGTON, daughter of the late Edward BINNINGTON, Esq., both of that place.

Same time and place, by the Rev. S. WILKINSON, Mr Thos. GARBUTT, grocer, to Miss Anne BINNINGTON, daughter of the late E. BINNINGTON, Esq., both of that place.

On the 30th ult., at the Parish Church, Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr John R. INGRAM, farmer, of Weeton, in Holderness, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr C. OWSTON, farmer, Thorpassett (sic.), and granddaughter of the late Mr Joseph COOK, of Sutton House Farm.

DEATHS

On the 24th ult., at Farndale, Joseph, youngest son of Mr Wm. POTTER, farmer, aged 22, much respected.

On the 26th ult., at Amotherby, Isabel, daughter of Mr Ralph STOCKDALE, schoolmaster, aged 17.

Same day, at Malton, Mrs Mary BOTTERILL, aged 62.

Same day, at Farndale, James, son of the late William ROBINSON, butcher, aged 14.

On the 27th ult., at Linthorpe Rood, Middlesbro', Mary, the wife of Mr John REED, tea dealer, aged 34.

Same day, at Rillington, after a protracted illness, Charles, son of Mr John WILSON, grocer, aged 20. Much respected.

On the 19th, at Ripon, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Wm. BRAITHWAITE, of Skelgate, in that city, aged 86.

Same day, at Kirby-Moorside, Mr Wm. NAWTON, farmer aged 88, highly respected.

On the 80th ult.,at Malton, Ann, wife of Mr W. COLLINSON, showmaker, aged 63.

Same day, at Edston, Dinah, wife of Mr Robert MILLER, farmer, aged 77, highly respected.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 9 June 1860

MARRIAGES

On the 23rd ult., at the Wesleyan chapel, Thirsk, Mr Jos. WEBSTER, of Ropin, cattle dealer, to Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr Geo. JEFFERSON, of Rainton, near Thirsk.

On the 6th inst., at the parish church, Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr. WHITESIDE, vicar, Mr Henry BACKHOUSE, druggist, of Leeds, to Miss Elizabeth Harrison PROCTOR, of Scarbro'.

Same day, at Bamburgh, by the Rev. Wm. DARNELL, M.A., assisted by the Rev. Mr. WILKINSON, Harold COPPERTHWAITHE, Esq., Esq., C.E., son of W. C. COPPERTHWAITE, Esq., the Lodge, Malton, to Mary, second daughter of Ralph ATKINSON, Esq., of Bamburgh Friars.

On the 8th inst., at the parish church, Acklam, by the Rev. T.H. BARTON, Mr John COLE, Nafferton, to Miss M. WALLBANK?, of Leavening.

DEATHS

On the 27th ult., at Middlesboro', Mary, the wife of Mr John REID, tea dealer, aged 34? - much respected.

On the 28th ult., at Bilsdale, Wm.? JOHNSON, aged 62 - much respected.

On the 31st ult., at How Hutton, Mary Jane, daughter of Mr Wm. WARE, aged 1 year.

Same day, at Gilling, Mr John PAXTON, twenty years servant to the Rev. G. A. BARNES, Gilling Rectory, in his 60th year - much respected.

On the 2nd inst., at Ripon, Sarah, wife of Mr Matthew GOWLING, of Randgate Green, coal merchant, aged 69.

On the 3rd inst., at Old Malton, Ann, wife of Mr Samuel PETCH, aged 78?.

On the 4th inst., at Slingsby, Mrs Ann LINTON?, aged 77.

On the 6th inst., at Old Malton, Mr Robert SMITH, aged ?.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 16 June 1860

 

BIRTHS

On the 2nd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Richard PRUDENCE, of a son.

On the 5th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr John ARUNDELL, of a son.

On the 8th inst., at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Joseph COOK, of a daughter.

Same day, at Thirsk, the wife of Mr John THOMPSON, druggist, of a daughter.

On the 9th inst., at Thirsk, the wife of Mr John WHITWELL, druggist, of a son.

On the 11th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Jerimiah SWALES, of a daughter.

On the 14th inst., at Norton, Grange, the wife of Hirst WALKER, Esq., of a son.

MARRIAGES

On the 7th inst., at Kirby Moorside, by the Rev. W. D. CARTER, vicar, the Rev. W. B. DRAWBRIDGE, L.L.B., assistant chaplain, Bengal Presidency, only son of G.H. DRAWBRIDGE, Esq., M.B., Cantab, J.P. for Rochester, to Alice, eldest daughter of J.F. OXLEY, Esq., M.R.C.S.

On the 9th inst., at the Register Office, Stokesley, Mr Wm. JOHNSON, gardener, Hawterly Cottage, Bilsdale, to Miss Fanny JACKMAN, dressmaker, Thirsk.

Same day, at the parish church, Whitby, by the Rev. J. HUGHES, M.A., Mr John PEIRSON, master mariner, to Eleanor, daughter of Mr John STEWART.

Same day, at the Parish church, Thirsk, by the Rev. W. LINDLEY, Mr George WANE, currier, to Miss ADAMSON, only daughter of Mrs DICKINSON, King's Arms Inn, Thirsk.

On the 12th inst., at St. Leonard's church, Malton, by the Rev. G.P. CORDEAUX, Mr Wm. BAXTER, of London, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr Wm. BELL of York.

On the 14th inst., at the parish church, Scarbro', by the Rev. Dr. WHITESIDE, vicar, (the father of the bride,) assisted by the Rev. R. LEE, Rev. T. WOODCOCK, and the Rev. R.J. HOPE, Annie Catherine, second daughter of the Rev. Dr. WHITESIDE, to Richard Wellesley BARLOW, Esq., Madras Civil Service, grandson of Sir George BARLOW, Governor of Madras. The bride was led to the alter by the Right Hon. Jas. WHITESIDE, M.P.

DEATHS

On the 6th inst., at Gilling, Mary, the wife of Mr John COOPER, veterinary surgeon, aged 63, much respected.

On the 9th inst., at Wykeham, Hannah, relict of Mr John TWEEDY, aged 77.

On the 10th inst., at Malton, Mr Thos. WARDELL, aged 81.

Same day, at Great HABTON, Richard, son of Mr Thomas INMAN, farmer, aged 1.

Same day, at Middlesbro', Mr Geo. FIDDLER, builder, aged 52.

On the 11th inst., at Beverley, Benjamin HIND, Esq., late manager, of the Malton branch of the Union Bank, aged 46.

On the 12th inst., at Malton, Sarah, the wife of Mr John SHEPHERD, confectioner, aged 77.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 23 June 1860

BIRTHS

On the 7th inst., at Potgate, near Ripon, the wife of Mr Wm. PEACOCK, of a daughter.

On the 9th inst., at Copt Hewick, near Ripon, the wife of Mr John HADLEY, of a daughter.

On the 10th inst., at Habton Grange, the wife of Mr Mark SMITH, of a daughter.

On the 15th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr J. BRADSHAW, of a son.

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

On the 16th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Wm. BROWN, of a daughter.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Jas. METCALFE, of a son.

Same day, at Ripon, the wife of Mr John CARTOR (sic.), joiner, of twins, both girls, which only survived a few hours.

On the 19th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Jas. CLARK, of a daughter.

On the 20th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr John CHARLTON, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 16th inst., at Norton, by the Rev. E. DAY, Mr Geo. THOMPSON, to Miss Elizabeth CRAVEN, both of Norton.

On the 17th inst., same place, Mr John GOODALL, to Miss Sarah SNOWDON, both of Norton.

 

DEATHS

On the 14th inst., at Malton, Mrs Ann SMITH, aged 83.

On the 15th inst., at Sharow, near Ripon, Mr Thomas HARDY, railway guard, aged 21.

On the 16th inst., at Blyton, near Gainsboro', Mr Richard WRAY, formerly of Duggleby, near Malton, aged 76.

On the 18th inst., at Millgate, Ripon, John Burgess, the infant son of Mr Wm. DUDGEON, shoemaker.

Same day, at Malton, Mr Richard SMITHIES, aged 84.

MALTON MESSENGER - Published 30 June 1860

BIRTHS

On the 16th inst., at Doncaster, the wife of Mr John LANE, of a son.

On the 17th inst., at Norton, the wife of Mr Mark, HILDRETH, of a daughter.

On the 19th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Robt. BANKES, of a son.

Same day, at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Geo. ROOKES, of a son.

On the 22nd inst., at Coneysthorpe, the wife of Mr David MORLEY, of a son.

Same day, at Old Malton, the wife of Mr Tindale ANDERSON, of a son.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr Joseph SWAIN, of a son.

On the 23rd inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr Richd. READ, of a son.

Same day, at High Hutton, the wife of Mr John YEAMAN, of a daughter.

On the 24th inst., at Malton, the wife of Mr H. HARRINGTON, of a daughter.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr C. WILLIAMSON, of a daughter.

Same day and place, the wife of Mr Thos. LANGSTAFF, of a daughter.

Same day, at Norton, the wife of Mr Thomas WAITE, of a daughter.

 

MARRIAGES

On the 21st inst., at Brompton, near Northallerton, by the Rev. W. J. MIDDLETON, Mr WILSON, timber merchant, Sunderland, to Miss Margaret, third daughter of John WILFORD, Esq., linen manufacturer, Brompton.

On the 25th inst., at the Register-office, Malton, Mr A. BAKER to Miss Mary Ann WARDELL, both of Pickering.

On the 28th inst., at the Minster, Beverley, by the Rev. J. B. BIRTWHISTLE, M.A., incumbent, Mr Wm. Marwood WATSON, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Mr Robt. BIELBY, of Beverley.

DEATHS

Lately, at Slingsby, at the house of her daughter, Mrs COULSON, Mrs WILSON, of Risebro', aged 77, much respected.

On the 21st inst., at Barton-le-Street, of dropsy, Mrs JACKSON, much respected.

On the 24th inst., at the residence of Mr E. ASH, Malton, Miss Isabel WALKER, aged 16.

On the 26th inst., at Malton, Mr John WARWICK, late of the Golden Lion Inn, aged 58, much respected.