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2012-10-19 21:16:46.0user:public:Julie.LUTTRELL. -28th August at the residence of his father,
LUTTRELL.—28th August at the residence of his father,
2012-06-09 14:27:50.0user:public:gdthompson156BRIGHT-NICHOLAS. -September 16, at Bothwell Church  
BRIGHT-NICHOLAS. - September 16, at Bothwell Church  
2012-05-06 02:13:42.0user:public:rbarkmanJOHNSRONE. -19th September, at Hill street, Lans-
JOHNSTONE.—19th September, at Hill street, Lans-
2012-01-31 14:22:57.0user:public:Jennie65WILSON. -13th September, at his residence, Upper
WILLSON. -13th September, at his residence, Upper
2012-01-31 14:18:31.0user:public:Jennie65WILLSON. -13th September, at his residence, Upper
WILSON. -13th September, at his residence, Upper
2011-11-17 21:38:38.0user:public:Roger-GarlandDELL-STORY. - September, at Trinity Church, Laun-
DELL—STORY. —September, at Trinity Church, Laun-
2011-06-27 17:23:34.0user:public:LocoFraucos stieot Main Margotts the boloved wife of
Rubelt M'Grackon, Iranklin Wharf, aftera long nnd
painful illness, »Inch she boro with christian fortitude,
aged Si j ears
MOORE.-íth August, atAucklind, New Zealand, Mr
J J Monro, printer, formerly piopriotor of the
People'» Atti acute, L nun eston
MITCHEI L -8th Sept, nt Eliz tboth street, Launceston,
Matilda the helmed child of H J Mitchell, aged 0
j ears aud 4 mouths
SlDM y -Kith Sept, nt bei lesidenco Foiost Road,nftoi
along and punful illness, Manon Siduoy, lu the 48th
year of lui n(,o
STVMIOUSF -At his lito lesidenco, Arthui Orescent,
Battery Point, Du id Stanhouso, aged 46 years
SIMSON -hil Sept, at Hie lesidenco of Francis Einns,
Esq , Cameron stieot, Liuneeston Ctrobno, eldest
dauelitei of tho 1 ito S Samson, Esq , Wandsworth
lou), Sin icy, England
SEPPINGS -9th Sept, at L uiiieeston General Hospital,
of oi game disease of the heart, Edward Soppmgs, aged
GO, nativo of Liv 01 pool
fll, l.«ntli«.»l
SUIMMINS -11th Sopt, nt her father's residence Kelly
street, Bittory Point, HobiutTown, Rosotta,ihiughtor
of Capt John StiimmiuB, aged two yoars and three
months
TAILOR -At his fathei'a losidonco, Bnsbano street,
Albeit, third son of Mi Win Taylor, aged 9 yent s
Tul LOCH -August 2d, aged 19 years nuil 4 months,
Honiv Geoigo, only son of Captain Samuel Tulloch
WRIOUT -28th August, at his residence, Battery
Point, John Wright after a long and painful illness, m
the 58th year of his ago
WILKINSON -28th August, nt Launceston of pulmonnry
consumption, Augustine William Fredouck Wilkin-
son, aged 19 years, oldest surviving son of Dr
Wilkinson, of Torquay, Tasín ima, much legrottod by
all who knew him
WILLSON-13th September, at his lesidenco, Upper
Murray stroot, Mr. William Sydney Willson, in the
Frances-street, Maria Margetts, the beloved wife of
Robert M'Cracken, Franklin Wharf, after a long and
painful illness, which she bore with christian fortitude,
aged 33 years.
MOORE. -4th August, at Aucklind, New Zealand, Mr.
J. J. Moore, printer, formerly proprietor of the
People's Advocate, Launceston.
MITCHELL. -8th Sept, at Elizabeth-street, Launceston,
Matilda the beloved child of H. J. Mitchell, aged 6
years and 4 months.
SIDNEY. -16th Sept, at her residence Forest Road, after
a long and painful illness, Marion Sidney, in the 48th
year of her age.
STANHOUSE. -At his late residence, Arthur Crescent,
Battery Point, David Stanhouse, aged 46 years.
SAMSON. -3rd Sept, at the residence of Francis Evans,
Esq., Cameron street, Launceston, Caroline, eldest
daugher of the late S. Samson, Esq., Wandsworth
Road, Surrey, England.
SEPPINGS. -9th Sept, at Launceston General Hospital,
of organic disease of the heart, Edward Seppings, aged

60, native of Liverpool.
SHIMMINS. -11th Sept, at her father's residence, Kelly-
street, Battery Point, Hobart Town, Rosetta, daughter
of Capt. John Shimmins, aged two years and three
months.
TAILOR. -At his father's residence, Brisbane-street,
Albert, third son of Mr. Wm. Taylor, aged 9 years.
TULLOCH. -August 20, aged 19 years and 4 months,
Henry George, only son of Captain Samuel Tulloch.
WRIGHT. -28th August, at his residence, Battery
Point, John Wright after a long and painful illness, in
the 58th year of his age.
WILKINSON. -28th August, at Launceston of pulmonary
consumption, Augustine William Frederick Wilkin-
son, aged 19 years, eldest surviving son of Dr.
Wilkinson, of Torquay, Tasmania, much regretted by
all who knew him.
WILLSON. -13th September, at his residence, Upper
Murray-street, Mr. William Sydney Willson, in the
2011-06-27 17:05:17.0user:public:LocoBIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
BOWTELL.-5th September, at 93, Dovey-street, Mrs.
BUCK,-13th Septembor.at Mary's Hope,Gl«norchy,Mrs.
BARRETT.- 10th September, the wife of Mr. A. Barrett,
DAKIN.-August 19th, Mrs. J. Dakin, Charles-street,
FERGUSON.-16th September, at 50, Liverpool-street,
HAYTON.- 24th August, at Yeoman Farm, Mrs. Joseph
HESKETH.-1st September, at Wentworth, Bothwell,
the wife of tho Rev. W. M. Hesketh, of n son.
HARRISON.-12th Septombor, at Merton Valo,Campbell
Town, the wife of Charles Hill Hurrison, Esq., of a
INNES.-10th September, at Hobart Town, Mu George
McVILLY.- 29th August, at Bridgewater, the wife of
MCEACHABN.-loth September, at Linton House,
Powlott-street, East Melbourne, Mrs. Neal WoEaehnrn
TURNBULL.-27th August, nt '-Victoria Terrace," Mrs.
THATCHER.-20th August, at sea, on board the Aldinga,
TAYLOR.-2nd September, nt Harden Mills, Mrs. R.
WILLS.-8th September, at 101 Elizabeth-street, Mrs.
0. H. Wills, of a daughter.
WALFORD.-21st August, at her residence, Lankelly
terrace, Mncleay-street, Mrs. W. B. Walford, of a
BIRKS-RAYMOND.-28th August, at the residonco of
tho bride, Rivor Don, Tasmania, by tho Eev. W.
South Australia, to Adeline Jofferson Raymond, |
BRICHT-NICHOL AS.- September 16, at Bothwell Church
by the Rev. George Wi ight, assisted by tho Rev. W.
M. Hesketh, M.A., Richard Stnnhewor Bright, Esq.,
of Macquarie-strcot, Hobart Town, to Laura, eldest
DOUGLAS-TArriELD.-8th September, at St. John's
. Chuich, by the Rev. F. H. Cox, Arthur Cunningham,
DOLBY-SCHULTZ.-3rd Soptembor, at Perth, by the
relict of tho lato J. F. Schultz, Esq.
ELLISTON-BLACKLOW.- 22nd Augnst,by the Rev. John
Burrowes, at the rosidonco of the hrido's father, Wm.
Whitefoord.eldest son of William Goro Elliston, Esq.,
FEATHERSTONE-MACKEY.-15th September, at St.
Mackey, lato shipbuilder, Battery Point.
HAMILTON-IRELAND.- 29th Angust, at Emerald Hill,
by tho Rev. D. M'Donald, Mr. R. Hamilton of Sand-
LINT-PARROT.-At tho Now Town Church, by tho
Rev. J. Quiltor, Ann Jane Bot, third daughter of \\r.
Farhot, lato of this city, to R. Lint, of tin's city.
MCDONALD-DRAKK.-10th September, by tho Rov.
George Wright, nt St. Peter's Church, Hamilton,
Lawrenny. .
STRATTON-WOOTTON.-24th August, by the Rov. T.
Dixon, at tho Bush Inn, West Tamar, Mary Ann
Licensed Victualler, to Air. Henry Stratton, of tho
VAUTIN-PHILTPS -27th August, by the Rev. W. O.
Robinson, at tho house of tho brido's father, Homy,
YORK-NEVILLE.-10th September, at the residence of
BUSHBY.-9th Septombor, at his residence, Brisbano
streot, East, after n long and painful illness, Georgo,
the fourth son of Georgo Bushby, of Upton-street.
BAYLEY.- 27th August, at tho residence of his uncle,
No, 38 Kelly-street, Charles William Hayley, tho
BROWN.-27th August, at tho residence of hor parents,
. aged 16 years and 8 months.
BOYES.-3rd September, at Dunedin, Now Zealand, after
a lingoriug illness, Eliza, the wifo of W. L. Boyes,
Esq., lato of New Town, Tasmania.
BAKER.-3rd September, Mr. Edmund Baker, aged 52,
late painter and glazier, of this city. .
BEALBY.-10th September, Joseph Bealby, Librarian of
BUCHANAN.-18th September, after a long and painful
COULSON.-21st A ugust, at her residence, Georgo-streot,
Goorge Coulson.
COMSTOCK.-7th September, at her residence, Napoleon
street, after a long and painful illness, Julia, tho
CARR.-September, died of inflammation, Hammond,
DICKSON.-1st September, at Glon Ayr, (the residence
of his son). Bassott Diokson, son., Esq., of Plassey,
in his 79t!i year.
EVANS.-27th August, at liol- late residence, No. 12,
Cross-street, Battery Point, aged 32 yoarsand8 months,
Pationco Solinn, wifo of Mr. W. Evans, and fourth
daughtor of Mr. John Blackwell, Now Town.
FREEMAN- 13th Soptomber.-.Mary Freeman of the Tea
GERMAIN.-6th September at her residence, 103
HUTCHINSON.-17th September at hor father's resi-
dence, Burnott-stroot, Mary Ann, oldest daughter of
the Rev. John Hutchinson, in tho 31st year of her
ago
HARDWICK? -15th Septembor at her íesidonce, Pipors
Rivor, aged 31 yosus, Eleanor, tho bolovod wife of
Thomas llaulwicke Lsq, und second dau"htoi of
the late Thomas Williams, Esq, merchant, of this
toun
Jovis -30th August, Cnroliiio Louisa Jones, in the
27th j o ii of her ago
JOHNSOS -8th Soptomber, of croup, at tho residonco of
her father, Mr lohn Johnson, of the Telegraph
Hotel, Martini Rebecca, aged 4 years and 5 months
JoHNSiONiï.-19th Soptcuiboi, at Hill street. Lan«
downe Crescent William Johnstone, aged 51 years,
after a long and painful illness
LUCKHURST -22nd August, at the residence of her
parents, Argyle- street, Mariaan Luckhurst, aged two
months
LUTTRELL,-28th August at tho residenco of Ins father,
No 24, Frederick sheet, Gcoige Luttrell, aged seven
years
M iNLEr - 30th August, at Hobart lown, &ainh,widow
of tho late Thomas Manley, Esq in the 78th year of
her ago
M'CmtKLN-6th Sept, nt her lato residence, No 5
BIRTHS
, MARRIAGES.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BOWTELL. -5th September, at 93, Davey-street, Mrs.
BUCK. -13th September, at Mary's Hope, Glenorchy, Mrs.
BARRETT. -10th September, the wife of Mr. A. Barrett,
DAKIN. -August 19th, Mrs. J. Dakin, Charles-street,
FERGUSON. -16th September, at 50, Liverpool-street,
HAYTON. -24th August, at Yeoman Farm, Mrs. Joseph
HESKETH. -1st September, at Wentworth, Bothwell,
the wife of the Rev. W. M. Hesketh, of a son.
HARRISON. -12th Septombor, at Merton Vale,Campbell
Town, the wife of Charles Hill Harrison, Esq., of a
INNES. -10th September, at Hobart Town, Mrs. George
McVILLY. -29th August, at Bridgewater, the wife of
McEACHARN. -15th September, at Linton House,
Powlett-street, East Melbourne, Mrs. Neal McEacharn
TURNBULL. -27th August, at " Victoria Terrace," Mrs.
THATCHER. -20th August, at sea, on board the Aldinga,
TAYLOR. -2nd September, at Harden Mills, Mrs. R.
WILLS. -8th September, at 101 Elizabeth-street, Mrs.
C. H. Wills, of a daughter.
WALFORD. -21st August, at her residence, Lankelly-
terrace, Macleay-street, Mrs. W. B. Walford, of a
BIRKS-RAYMOND. -28th August, at the residence of
the bride, River Don, Tasmania, by the Rev. W.
South Australia, to Adeline Jefferson Raymond,
BRIGHT-NICHOLAS. -September 16, at Bothwell Church
by the Rev. George Wright, assisted by the Rev. W.
M. Hesketh, M.A., Richard Stanhewer Bright, Esq.,
of Macquarie-street, Hobart Town, to Laura, eldest
DOUGLAS-TAPFIELD. -8th September, at St. John's
Church, by the Rev. F. H. Cox, Arthur Cunningham,
DOLBY-SCHULTZ. -3rd September, at Perth, by the
relict of the late J. F. Schultz, Esq.
ELLISTON-BLACKLOW. -22nd Augnst,by the Rev. John
Burrowes, at the residence of the bride's father, Wm.
Whitefoord, eldest son of William Gore Elliston, Esq.,
FEATHERSTONE-MACKEY. -15th September, at St.
Mackey, late shipbuilder, Battery Point.
HAMILTON-IRELAND. -29th August, at Emerald Hill,
by the Rev. D. M'Donald, Mr. R. Hamilton of Sand-
LINT-FARBOT. -At the New Town Church, by the
Rev. J. Quilter, Ann Jane Bot, third daughter of W.
Farbot, late of this city, to R. Lint, of this city.
McDONALD-DRAKE. -10th September, by the Rev.
George Wright, at St. Peter's Church, Hamilton,
Lawrenny.
STRATTON-WOOTTON. -24th August, by the Rev. T.
Dixon, at the Bush Inn, West Tamar, Mary Ann
Licensed Victualler, to Mr. Henry Stratton, of the
VAUTIN-PHILIPS. -27th August, by the Rev. W. C.
Robinson, at the house of the bride's father, Henry,
YORK-NEVILLE. -10th September, at the residence of
BUSHBY. -9th September, at his residence, Brisbane-
street, East, after a long and painful illness, George,
the fourth son of George Bushby, of Upton-street.
BAYLEY. -27th August, at the residence of his uncle,
No. 38 Kelly-street, Charles William Bayley, the
BROWN. -27th August, at the residence of her parents,
aged 16 years and 8 months.
BOYES. -3rd September, at Dunedin, New Zealand, after
a lingering illness, Eliza, the wife of W. L. Boyes,
Esq., late of New Town, Tasmania.
BAKER. -3rd September, Mr. Edmund Baker, aged 52,
late painter and glazier, of this city.
BEALBY. -10th September, Joseph Bealby, Librarian of
BUCHANAN. -18th September, after a long and painful
COULSON. -21st A ugust, at her residence, George-street,
George Coulson.
COMSTOCK. -7th September, at her residence, Napoleon-
street, after a long and painful illness, Julia, the
CARR. -September, died of inflammation, Hammond,
DICKSON. -1st September, at Glen Ayr, (the residence
of his son). Bassett Diokson, son., Esq., of Plassey,
in his 79th year.
EVANS. -27th August, at her late residence, No. 12,
Cross-street, Battery Point, aged 32 years and 8 months,
Patience Selina, wife of Mr. W. Evans, and fourth
daughter of Mr. John Blackwell, New Town.
FREEMAN. -13th September, Mary Freeman of the Tea
GERMAIN. -6th September at her residence, 103
HUTCHINSON. -17th September at her father's resi-
dence, Burnett-street, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of
the Rev. John Hutchinson, in the 31st year of her
age.
HARDWICK. -15th September at her residence, Pipers
River, aged 31 years, Eleanor, the beloved wife of
Thomas Hardwicke Esq., and second daughter of
the late Thomas Williams, Esq., merchant, of this
town.
JONES. -30th August, Caroline Louisa Jones, in the
27th year of her age.
JOHNSON. -8th September, of croup, at the residence of
her father, Mr. John Johnson, of the Telegraph
Hotel, Martha Rebecca, aged 4 years and 5 months.
JOHNSRONE. -19th September, at Hill street, Lans-
downe Crescent, William Johnstone, aged 51 years,
after a long and painful illness.
LUCKHURST. -22nd August, at the residence of her
parents, Argyle- street, Marian Luckhurst, aged two
months.
LUTTRELL. -28th August at the residence of his father,
No. 24, Frederick-street, George Luttrell, aged seven
years.
MANLEY. -30th August, at Hobart Town, Sarah,widow
of the late Thomas Manley, Esq., in the 78th year of
her age.
M'CRACKEN. -6th Sept, at her late residence, No. 5
BIRTHS.
MARRIAGES.
2011-06-12 14:54:31.0anonymousYORK-NEVILLE.-10th September, at the residonco of
ton, to Mary, tho only daughter of tho late Mr.
Thomas Novillo, also of Launceston.
YORK-NEVILLE.-10th September, at the residence of
ton, to Mary, the only daughter of the late Mr.
Thomas Neville, also of Launceston.
2010-11-26 01:44:04.0user:public:rmcn6459HAMILTON-IRELAND.- 2flth AnguBt, at Emerald Hill,
HAMILTON-IRELAND.- 29th Angust, at Emerald Hill,
2010-09-14 23:16:28.0user:public:Julie.DELL-STORY.-September, at Trinity Church, Laun-
ceston, by tho Rov. F. Hales, William, second son of
i «ocoud daughter of tho lato Mr. S. T. Story.
DELL-STORY. - September, at Trinity Church, Laun-
ceston, by the Rev. F. Hales, William, second son of
second daughter of the late Mr. S. T. Story.
2010-09-10 15:42:28.0user:public:stephenbuchananillness, Jnnot, tho beloved wifo of John Buchanan, in
the 33rd year of hor ago.
illness, Janet, the beloved wife of John Buchanan, in
the 33rd year of her age.
2010-05-03 19:37:15.0user:public:lloydCARR.-Soptembor, diod ef Inflammation, Hammond,
Samuol Edward, infant son of Mr. Joseph Carr, of
Deloraine, aged, IG months and 8 days.
CARR.-September, died of inflammation, Hammond,
Samuel Edward, infant son of Mr. Joseph Carr, of
Deloraine, aged, 16 months and 8 days.
2010-01-10 00:52:51.0anonymousBIRTHS, UARRIAQES, ANO DEATHS.
BIRTHS.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
BIRTHS
2009-12-31 17:31:30.0user:public:DavidRHaytonHATTON.- 24th August, nt Yeoman Farm, Mrs. Joseph
llnytnn, jun., of a daughter.
HAYTON.- 24th August, at Yeoman Farm, Mrs. Joseph
Hayton, jun., of a daughter.
2009-09-26 08:18:13.0user:public:Nifty49MCVILLY.- 29th August, at Bridgewater, the wife of
McVILLY.- 29th August, at Bridgewater, the wife of
2009-09-17 17:22:00.0anonymousLUOKIIURST -22ad August, at the residence of her
parents, Argvlo street, Manan Luckhurst, aged two
LUCKHURST -22nd August, at the residence of her
parents, Argyle- street, Mariaan Luckhurst, aged two
2009-09-08 08:32:34.0user:public:Nifty49MCVILLY.- 29th August, at Bridgewater, the wifo of
Mr. R. MoVillv, of n daughtor.
MCVILLY.- 29th August, at Bridgewater, the wife of
Mr. R. McVilly, of a daughter.

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