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Wednesday last Week died at his Lodgings in Pall-Mall, aged upwards of 70, Lieutenant Colonel WYVILL of Walton, Surrey: He was Lieutenant Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Horse-Guards Blue, lately commanded by the Duke of Argyll. by whom he had no issue; but by his second Wife, (now living) Mrs. PIGGOT, Clerk of the Stables to his present Majesty when Prince of Wales, he has left one Son about six Years old. LONDON, daughter of John LONDON, of Newington in Middlesex, Esq.; Member in the fourth and fifth Parliaments of Great-Britain, for Wilton, in Wiltshire. This Evening was interred here, the Body of Lewis FRAGER, many Years Gunner at Sheerness Fort, and Deputy Water-Bailiff for the River Medway. a Person brought to the Garrison of Sheerness a Quantity of Oysters for Sale, which FRAGER suspected were dishonestly acquired, and in Consequence of his Office, examined the Vender concerning them, who, without any other Reply, gave him a violent Blow on the Head, which laid him senseless on the Stones, of which Blow he lingered till the 3d instant, when he expired. I there stole a fat hog out of the field near the brick-field, and also broke into a gentleman's hall at Grays, in Essex, and in the town of Grays stole another hog. The dog, as may be expected, was also cut in pieces.
A few Days since died at Deptford, in the 36th Year of his Age, William STACEY, Esq., first Assistant to the Master Shipwright of His Majesty's Yard in that Town; and this Week his Corpse was interr'd in a Vault in Lewisham Church-Yard, under an Altar-Tomb covered with Black Marble, near the remains of Mrs. Tuesday died, after a few Days Illness, at his House at Deptford, Mr. Early on Sunday morning a young woman servant to a Farmer at Northdown near Margate, threw herself from a cliff about 40 feet high and broke both her thighs; the first person, who came to her was her brother, whom she earnestly entreated to put an end to her misery by cutting her throat; she was immediately taken home, but with little hopes of her recovery. Alice RICHARDS, aged 97; she had a daughter 72, a grand-daughter 47, and a great grand-daughter 28, all of whom followed her to the grave. CHEESEMAN, Carpenter of Snave in Romney Marsh, having been at Mr. A., one of the six preachers of the church, rector of St. Raikes, Esq., who, with nine children, are left to deplore the loss of a wife and parent, whose exemplary virtues and many amiable qualities justly endeared her to her family and friends. After that I went to London, and shipped myself on board the Asia, and went sea for eighteen months, at the end of which period I was paid off at Chatham, and then went to Erith, where I committed the robbery for which I am to suffer. DOWNTON, the last surviving daughter of the late Mrs. Her talents (says our Correspondent) as an Actress, were for many years justly admired. Henry PULLEN, of Maidenhead, aged 82, upwards of 50 years a coachman on the Bath road. The driver of the engine, on perceiving a man on the line, instantly sounded his whistle and endeavoured to stop the train, but the distance being so short it was of no avail.(From out Corresponent.) On Monday morning, Mr. On the 2nd June, at Headcorn-place, Rhoda, daughter of James and Sarah Hosmer, aged 26.
They both lie in the same house for interment; and the son and daughter are dangerously ill from the shock they have felt on the unfortunate occasion. At St Leonard's, West Malling, Kent, Francis Hubble DOUCE, Esq., one of the Magistrates of that county. Sir Charles married, in 1844, Jane, eldest daughter of Edward Armitage, Esq., of Farnley Hall, Yorkshire, and leaves issue. - 8th, drowned off Margate, accidentally, Thomas George, aged 23, only son of Thomas BEAVER, of Brixton, formerly of Jermyn-street, S. His remains were interred in Margate Cemetery on the 17th. - 19th, at Essex Cottage, Fairlight Down, the residence of her son-in-law, Sarah, widow of John KNOTT, of Ramsgate, Kent aged 79. - 17th, at The Vale, Ramsgate, Maria, widow of Jno. On Wednesday, Charles RALPH, aged forty-six, a signal-man in the employ of the South-Eastern Railway Company, was found dead upon the Sand Street crossing of the North Kent line, at Woolwich. SUTHERLAND, it was stated, was born at Sheerness in April, 1789. JENINGS, George Thomas, South-house, Faversham, Kent, salesman, died Feb. Claims to Frederick Johnson, Faversham, Sol., by Sept. NETTLEINGHAM, Frederic Beckley, Town Flour Mills, West-st., and Seckley, Overcliffe, Gravesend, miller, died May 3. BIDWELL - May 5, at Berristead, Lansdowne-road, Tunbridge Wells, Sarah Muriel BIDWELL, third daughter of the late Charles BIDWELL, Esq., of Ely, Cambs., aged seventy-two. His senior officer speaks of him as a "...personal loss. He served in the South African War with Lord Compton's Horse and was invalided home with enteric fever. He joined the Observatory in 1841, and was attached to the Astronomical Department until 1874, having during the preceding 18 years been in charge of the chronometric and electric branch. After only three years practise, he put on a special performance for the Duke of Windsor.
At Milton, Kent, Captain DELANGE, late of the Ann sloop of war. DIED - On Sunday last, at Bromley, Kent, in the 74th year of his age, William WALMSLEY, Esq., nearly 20 years clerk of the papers of the House of Lords, after a protracted illness. At North Frith, near Tunbridge, Christopher IDLE, Esq., aged 48, late M. CLIST - On the 10th February, at Nelson-street, Auckland, Maude Mary, the beloved and only child of Henry and Martha CLIST, late of Margate, Kent, England, aged 1 year 3 months. ]The driver of the down goods train from London to Ramsgate, named BURLIN(G)SON, lost his life at Birchingford [probably meant to be Birchington] Station, on Thursday. About midnight it was found that there was no communication from the deceased's box, and an inspector was sent up the line to see what had occurred. On the 5th inst., at his father's residence, Sackett's Hill House, St. After he left the navy he entered Sheerness Dockyard, where he worked for many years, ultimately retiring upon a pension. We regret to record the death of Captain Nelson Pomeroy MASON, of the Indian Navy, who died last week at Deal, where he had resided during the last 20 years of his life. SHOCKING DEATH A young man named SETTERFIELD, while working in a flour mill lately erected at Ashford, Kent, became entangled in the machinery on Thurday, and was whirled rapidly round, substaining such injuries that he died almost immediately. Claims to Sharland, Hatten and Sharland, Gravesend, sols., by Aug. USHER, John, Noel-house, Newton-rd., Faversham, Kent, hay merchant, died Mar. CURRIE - May 11, Alexander CURRIE, of Leslie, Blackheath, in his 64th year. - On May 9, at Broadstairs, Kent, Richard IDIENS, aged 68. SHEATHER, the well-known builder and contractor, passed away at his residence at 7 o'clock this morning, after an illness extending over some four or five weeks. He would always undertake any mission that was required." Lieutenant Edward John INNOCENT, Royal West Kent Regiment, killed on July 3, aged 34, was the only son of the late Mr. At the beginning of the present war he enlisted in the 19th Hussars, and later obtained a commission in the Royal West Kent Regiment. Doris MORGAN, aged nine, died at the Margate Cottage Hospital yesterday. Her brother was Sydney (Sidney), but we cannot see a death for Sydney or Sidney MORGAN in Thanet around that time.]SHRUBSALL. EASTLAND was of a happy disposition and very active. Later he performed at fairs all over the country and once took part in a special show staged for children in the Royal Albert Hall.
Not long since died near Oxford, in an advanced Age, the Rev. HARRISON, Rector of Luddenham, near Teynham, and Minister of Davington, and Oare, in Kent. But such is the instability of all human attainments, that by one false step, before she was sixteen, she so enraged her grandfather that he disinherited her of £3,000 a year. The feelings of the parent were so harrowed at the terrible spectacle of her burning and shrieking child, that she fell senseless on the floor; and, before any assistance could arrive, the clothes were nearly consumed, and the cheeks, bosom, neck, body, and limbs of the sufferer were burnt in a most miserable manner. By searching another site we have discovered that the first name of Mr. John BRAN, a respectable farmer of that place, aged 60. BISHOP, druggist, of the brain fever; a brother and sister of the deceased have died of the same disorder within the last 18 months. WHITAKER, William Stratton, 51 Woolwich-common, of H. WILDASH, Isaac, Ospringe, Kent, farmer who died Mar. Claims to James Tassell, Faversham, solicitor, by July 6. The event was not altogether unexpected, as the deceased gentleman had for some time been in failing health. He began life as a grazing farmer in Romney Marsh, whence he removed to Hendon, Middlesex.
On Wednesday last arrived in this City a German Gentleman, from Dover, who is near 8 Foot high. WINKWORTH, a wealthy Master-Builder of this City, who having acquired a plentiful Fortune, left off Business about five Years ago. who died on Thursday the 8th of this Instant, of the Gout in his Stomach, aged 50 Years. After my arrival in London, I made no stop, but proceeded to the Black Lion, Bayswater-fields, and got work at brick-making: there I left my lodgings, and took with me a suit of clothes that were not my own, and returned back to London. Weller, and, after stopping three months, ran away from him. He was heard moving in his bed-room about eight o'clock on Saturday morning, but as he continued in his bed-room longer than usual, his servant entered the apartment between eleven and twelve o'clock, and found Mr. On Sunday last, at Quiddenham, the seat of her uncle the Earl of Albemarle, to the great affliction of her near relatives, and the sincere regret of a numerous acquaintance, Mrs. This accomplished and beautiful young lady has fallen a victim to a broken heart, in consequence of the distant imprisonment, away from his friends and connexions, of her youthful husband, who, in an inadvertent moment, joined his elder brother in the mad prank of taking away a young lady to Gretna Green. WAKEFIELD was the only daughter of Sir John SIDNEY, Bart. [Same report in Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle etc., Monday, August 20, 1827; Issue 1454, has the variation of her husband "now under sentence for assisting his brother in carrying off Miss TURNER." without mention of Gretna Green. The deceased possessed so extraordinary a memory, that he could repeat the whole of the Church service throughout the year; tell the time of the rising and setting of the sun and moon, and also on what day of the month Easter would fall for 50 years. GRANVILLE, Adjutant of the 80th Regiment, now at Trinidad, was bathing from Dumpton-bay, near Broadstairs, not being an expert swimmer, he sank to rise no more, before the waterman who accompanied him could afford any assistance. HARRISON, the wife of Denwood HARRISON, late in business as a shoemaker, committed suicide by cutting her throat with a pocket knife. Elizabeth SCOTT, deeply regretted, widow of the late Thomas SCOTT, Captain in the 70th Regiment and brother of the late Sir Walter SCOTT, the first Baronet of Abbotsford. George's-place, Canterbury, Robert SMITHSON, Esq., proprietor of the Kentish Gazette newspaper, in the 83d year of his age.
On Friday last died at Margate in Kent, aged 73, the Rev. Last Saturday died at Rahally, in the County of Galway, aged 80 Years, Mr. He left one Son, Jonathan KEMP, of Fowlstone, aged 60 Years, to whom he bequeathed his Paternal Estate of 220 Pounds a Year, but left his Personal Estate of 600 Pounds and upwards, and the Reversion of the Real Estate, to Mr. John SIZE, of Cool, and in Failure of Issue Male in them, they are to have only their Use for Life of the said 600 Pounds and after their Decease the said Sum to be laid out in building an Hospital at Loughrea, for the Support of Strolling half Gentlemen; and the said 220 Pounds shall be for ever applied towards the Maintenance of such Persons as the major Part of his Trustees shall think proper to appoint. Sir Francis left three daughters, the two eldest of whom are married to two sons of the Right Hon. Monday last at BARMING, near Maidstone, John AMBERHURST, Esq., of Rochester. Of inflammation in the brain, caused by being put, in a frolick, into a corn-chest, the heavy lid of which fell on his head, aged 6 years, the youngest son of John Harvey, Esq., of Folkstone. On Sunday, at his home in Charles-Street, Berkeley-square, in the 59th year of his age, William HONYWOOD, Esq., of Marks Hall in Essex, and of Sibson in Kent. M., one of the six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, Vicar of Eastry and Worth, and late Vicar of St. At Strood, Kent, in consequence of mortification caused by cutting a corn on the foot until it bled, Mrs. The deceased was greatly respected in the neighbourhood where he had lived for a very long number of years, and also by the farmers he was in the habit of meeting throughout the county. On the 3rd June, at Chilham, Henrietta WHITE, the beloved and only daughter of Thomas WHITE, aged 54. Yesterday morning a visitor to Margate, named Charlotte Eliza WICKISON, a married woman, aged 36 of 6 Farm Place, Walham Green, Fulham, committed suicide by throwing herself from the Fort Green, Margate to the sands beneath, a distance of about 60 feet.
Tuesday last died at his Seat at Oxted, in the County of Surrey, in a very advanced Age, William HOSKINS, Esq.; one of Justices of the Peace for that County; he was possessed of a large Estate in the County of Kent. Monday the 17th died, after a Series of many months Pain, the Wife of one HIGHLAND, a Labourer, on Iden Green, in the Parish of Benenden, who had been with Child for Two Years and a Quarter; and on the 19th her Body was open'd by Mr. Unfortunately, no name is given for the said farmer in the Newspaper.]Sunday died, at his house in Albemarle-street, Sir Francis HEAD, Bart., of Hermitage in Kent. Tuesday, at Barming, near Maidstone, John AMHERST, Esq., of Rochester.[Editor's Note: Compare the difference, above, in the same notification placed in a different newspaper! Robert BROWN, in the 66th year of his age; he had been a faithful servant to the Right Hon. In her 14th year, Maria Frances, second daughter of Rev. He represented the County of Kent in Parliament from the year 1806 to 1812. The only cause mentioned as being at all likely to have led to his destroying himself, is the fact that he has been very much annoyed lately by a person living in the locality, who has used opprobrious epithets towards him when they have met in public; but it can hardly be supposed that this would have led him to commit such an act. S., aged 33, late of Pamplemousses, Mauritius, youngest son of the late James Hill MELLER, Esq., of Edenbridge, Kent, beloved and respected by all who knew him and deeply regretted by his sorrowing mother. On the 30th May, at Forest-hill (late of Ashdown Park, Sussex), Josiah RANGER, aged 57. On the 3rd June, at Milton-next-Gravesend, John HUMPAGE, Esq., M. She received some very extensive scalp wounds and a fracture of the skull.
He was many Years Coroner for the County, but lately resign'd that Post on Account of his Age. At the Mote, near Maidstone, of a fever, Harriet, Countess of Romney. 9, 1806, and has left issue one son and three daughters. 11 - At Chatham, Kent, aged 57, George Conquest, M. Her benevolence to the sick, the poor, and the friendless, was universally experienced: their sufferings she was ever prompt to relieve, with a disposition so sympathising in her amiable attentions, that her kindnesses could never be encumbered with the yoke of obligation. There I got work at brick-making for four months, and then broke into a gentleman's house near the Terrace, and took from the said house clothes to the value of 3L. A considerable sum in gold was found in five different pockets attached to her person. 9, at Buenos Ayres, Margate, two days after his arrival, Henry BACK, Esq., aged 52 years. On the 31st of January, at Melbourne, in his 22d year, two days after his arrival from England, William Challineor, the eldest son of the Rev. After a time, through defective management of the sail, one boat was upset, and three men, named STOCK, EAST, and SINGER, were drowned.
[Unfortunately, his age isn't quoted.]On Monday last died, in an advanced Age, at her House in Deptford, Mrs. WISEMAN, Relict of Daniel WISEMAN, Esq.,lately deceased: An Act of Parliament passed last Month for the Payment of an Annuity to her and her Daughter for their Lives, for a Sum of Money given by the Will of Daniel WISEMAN, Esq., for the finishing of the Church of Woolwich in Kent. Four children are left to bewail the loss of their parents. She was sole daughter and heiress of William Morton Pitt, Esq., M. Her Christian piety supported her with tranquillity and fortitude through a very long and painful illness, till the close of life; when her death, unarmed of its sting, relieved her from her sufferings, and removed her from this transitory life, in the full hope of a better to come. I went from thence to London, and got work on the Prince Regent's canal for three months. Going over Shooter's-hill, I was stopped by a party of soldiers, and taken back to Woolwich, sworn in as a deserter, and received 300 lashes. His death was occasioned by a bullock, which, having run wild from Appledore to Tenterden, gored him in the groin in a dreadful manner, in which painful state he lingered for several days. The other party were too far off to know of the disaster.