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"January 1653, the grand jury present one William Lee, "That he not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being persuaded by the Devil, &c., to kill his wife, Frances Lee, by certain figs and makaroons, by him poisoned and compounded with ratsbane, of which eating the said Frances Lee died."
"15th December, 1663, the jury present Thomas Gray*, of the parish of St. Alphage, as "a disturber of the peace of the common people, and daily and openly a "common wonder" against his neighbours."
John Brent, Canterbury in the Olden Time
*There was a Thomas Gray who married Syluester Hanley on October 23, 1637, at Saint Alphege, Church in Canterbury that might be him.
Index of Wills - John DESPAIGNE, silk dyer, Blackfriers, Canterbury, Kent, 1656 folio 155
Index of Wills - Samuell MAINEQUE (MAINNECK), signs MAINNECK, Canterbury, 1655, folio 363
Index of Wills - Margaret FRANCK, widow, Canterbury, 1654, folio 156
Index of Wills - Thomas STOWE (Stone in Cal.), barber, Canterbury, Kent, 1656, folio 225
Index of Wills - Daniel KNOTT, Canterbury, Kent (in State service, late of the"Tredaghe" and now of the "Dover" both frigotts under command of Captain Robert Sanders) 1656 folio 427
George KNOTT, gentleman, Canterbury, Kent, 1654, folio 444
William REEVE, Alderman, Canterbury, Kent, 1653, folio 115
John RICHARDSON, councellor oflawe, Canterbury, Kent 1656, folio 456
Mary MUNN (Munne), widow, Canterbury, 1655, folio 374
Edward PYARD, gentleman, Canterbury, 1655, folio 18
John DE LESPINE, Canterbury, 1655 p. 417
John DELESPINE (De Lespine), senior, Canterbury, Kent 1656 folio 430
Phillip DELME, Minister (money left to "my regular Walton (Wallon?) church of Canterbury 1654 folio 156
Bennett DENEWE, weife of Nathaniell DENEWE, merchant of Staplegate (St. Alphage, Canterbury), Kent 1653 folio 113
Nathaniell DENEW (DENEWE), senior, merchant of Staplegate, St. Alphage, Canterbury 1656 folio 128
Allen EPS (EPES), gentleman, Canterbury, Kent 1654 folio 306
Edward ENGHAM (ENGEHAM), Gentleman, Cathedral Church of Christ, Canterbury, Kent, 1655 folio 17
John ELLIOTT, goldsmith, Christ Church Canterbury (Close of Canterbury), 1656 folio 456
Peter BONTE (BONT), Canterbury, Kent 1653, folio 126
Anthony WALBECQ, Canterbury, Kent, 1655 folio 372
Elizabeth WRAIGHT of parish of St. Paul near & without the walls of the city of Canterbury, widow (Nune. dat. 6 Mch. 1657) - Mrs Dorcas Master - Son Thos. Pacy that then dwelt at Feversham & was a seaman exor - Dau. (unmamed). Wit. - Dorcas Master, Mary Gibbon x. (Pr. 5 Apr. 1658. P.A. p. 149)
Dat. 14 Apr. 1658 - Will - Thomas LASHFIELD of city of Canterbury, Gardener. Wife Joane - Dan Giles "garner" exor - House in Thanington - Flax sown in parish of Thanington, Northgate & Patricksbarne. Ch' John & Mary Lashfield (Mark) - Wit: Wm. Jordan clerke & vicar of Saint Pauls, John Ward x. (Pr. 30 Apr. 1658. P.A. p. 137)
Edward ANDREW of the city of Canterbury, Gentleman., widower, about 40, and Mrs. Mary Goddin, of West Maling, in the said county, about 32, her parents dead - at St. Dunstan's in the West or St. Bride, London. 25 Aug. 1663. V. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
John AUCHER D.D. bachelor, about 40, and Susan Peake, spinster 20, daughter of Thomas Peake, of the city of Canterbury, esq., who consents at Harbledown, c. Kent, Canterbury, Cathedral or All Hallows, Lombard Street, London. 2 Sept. 1662. F. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
John COLLYMORE, Mercer of St. Thomas Apostle, London, bachelor, 29 and Mable Lovelace, maiden, 18 of St. Bride, London, daughter of Sir William Lovelace, knight, of city of Canterbury, who consents; consent also of Mr. James Collymore, of St. Thomas Apostle, merchant father of said John - at St. Thomas aforesaid. 17 Feb. 1603/4. B.London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Thomas DOOBS, of the Middle Temple, gent., and Agnes Gourley, spinster, of the City of London, daughter of Thomas Gourley, of the city of Canterbury, gent., gen. lic., 23 Aug. 1589. B. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Robert FAUNTE, of St. Margaret near the city of Rochester, Kent, gent., bachelor, about 25, and Elizabeth Halke, of the city of Canterbury, spinster, about 20, consent of mother, Ower, alias Halke, of the same - at St. Alphage, or St. Andrew, in the city of Canterbury, or St. Gregory, or St. Bride. 25 April, 1661. V. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Thomas GINDER, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 20 and Dorothy Deane, spinster, about 21, daughter of Vicent Deane, of the city of Canterbury, esq., who consents at St. Giles in the Fields, or St. Pancras, Middlesex. 15 May 1682. F. .London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Sir Thomas GODFREY, knight of Heppinten, Kent, bachelor, 32 and Hester Wilde, of the city of Canterbury, spinster, 18, consent of mother, Lady Anne Wilde, widow, of same place - at ST. Andrew Undershaft, Great St. Helens, or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. 24 Sept. 1643. B..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
William JEMMETT, of Stepney, Middlesex, gent., bachelor, about 19, and Mary Browne of the city of Canterbury, spinster, about 14, consent of guardian, her parents dead, alleged by Warham Jemmett, of Stepney, gent. at St. Paul or Christchurch in Canterbury aforesaid. 23 Oct. 1668. V..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Edward KIDD of West Witton, co. York, gent., bachelor, about 22, and Mrs. Katherine Lukin, of St. Margaret in Canterbury, spinster, about 22, her parents dead - at St. Margaret in Canterbury aforesaid. 25 Sept. 1671. V..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Thomas MONINGES, of the city of Canterbury, co. Kent, esq., and Mary Hales, spinster of the City of London, daughter of Charles HALES, of the said city of Canterbury, esq., gen. lic., 22 May, 1595. B.London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Richard OSBISTON of Rumford, Essex, esq., bachelor, about 32, and Mrs. Anne Austin of the City of Canterbury, spinster about 23, her mother's consent at any church in the said city of Canterbury, alleged by Josiah Moore, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, citizen and grocer. 16 July, 1675. V. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Peter de la PIERRE, alias Peters, of the city of Canterbury, bachelor, 30 and Elizabeth Stoneing, spinster, 18, daughter of John Stoneing, rector of St. Anne, Blackfriars, London, who consents - at St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, or ... 5 Oct. 1692. F. .London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Searles PROWDE of the city of Canterbury, gent., bachelor, about 22, and Anne Denne, spinster, 21, daughter of John DENNE, late of c. Kent, gent. deceased, and her mother also dead. Thomas Stockett, of Heckinton, alias St. Stevens in co. Kent, esq., attests that the father of said Searles Prowde is dead, and that his mother Mary Prowde of St. Bartholomew-the-Great, London, gives consent - at Goddenston or Kingston, co. Kent, or St. Fairth the Virgin London. 16 Nov. 1632 F..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Ralph SHELDON of the city of Canterbury, Kent, gent. bachelor about 30, and Mrs. Elizabeth Dun, of same, spinster about 22, and at own dispose - at any parish church in the city of Canterbury aforesaid. 25 Feb. 1670/1. V..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
Thomas THOMSON of the city of Canterbury, gent., bachelor about 30 and Mrs. Phoebe Hammond of same spinster about 18, consent of mother, Mrs. Ann Juxon, alias Hammond at ST. Bride, London. 29 June, 1663 V..London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
5 June, 1749. Mr Henry TERRY died and left Ald. Gray exor. with Richard Barham
"Gen. Advertiser, March 15. An account of a meteor on December 31, 1741; by the Rev. Mr. Wm Gostling, Minor Canon of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury; inserted in support of the supposition of an Airquake in the said paper of the 31st. See p. 125. About one in the afternoon I found my house violently shaken for some seconds of time, as if several loaded carriages had been driving against my walls; and heard a noise, which at first my family took for thunder, but of an uncommon sound. For my own part (as I thought thunder which could shake us at that rate, would have been much louder) I concluded it an earthquake; and, going immediately to the top of my house, found the sky cloudy, but nothing like a thunder cloud in view; only there was a shower of rain from he eastward presently after, and the coldest that I have felt. I thought it the shock of an earthquake, as I told you before; but since find it was attended (and I suppose caused) by a ball of fire, which passed with great rapididty over our country, from westward to eastward, for how long a journey I cannot tell. It began with two great blows, like the reports of cannon (which the jumbling of my sashes prevented my distinguishing); and then rolled away till it was heard no more. The appearance, I hear, was as that of a very large shooting-star; and it left a train of light, which soon disappeared, it being noon-day. I met a pilot today coming from Deal, whom I asked about it, and he told me he saw no fire-ball, but heard the noise, and that it made the ship shake he was in, going from Gravesend to Nore. Canterbury, Dec. W.G.
Further accounts of this phaenomenon, from Sussex, Newport in the Isle of Wight, and London, may be seen in Phil. Tranf. for that year."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1750
Smeeth Church Memorial - "Near this place are interred the remains of Richard Lofty, of this parish, gent. and Eleanour his wife, daughter of Thomas Turner, of Canterbury, Esqr. by whom he had issue six sons and five daughters, seaven whereof are here deposited; Susanna, Eleanor, Robert and William survive. He died the 2nd of Feb. 1703, aged 55; she died the 20th of December, 1732, aged 74. Robert Loftie, ob. 5 Julii, 1750, aged 53."
"Death of Mrs. Hodgkinson, at Canterbury." The Universal Magazine 1751
Sept 1751 Mr. HARNETT, to be an Alderman of the city of Canterbury. The Universal Magazine 1751
Bankrupts, January 1755. Daniel Brissanden of Canterbury, Grocer. Miscellaneous Correspondence
Bankrupts November 13, 1755, Thomas Roalfe, of Canterbury, Harness Maker. Miscellaneous Correspondence
Marriage January 10, 1755, William Kirkby Esq; an eminent Attorney at Law, to Miss Hall, with a fourtune of 4,000 l. Miscellaneous Correspondence
Marriage, January 17, 1755, Marriage of Mr. Rd. Neale Badcock, Linnen Draper in Ludgate Street to Miss Badcock of Canterbury. Miscellaneous Correspondence
1757....Last Friday died at his house in Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Mr. Peter DETHOIT, an eminent Master Weaver at Canterbury; his death was occasioned by a horse running over him last Friday Se'onight at the end of Lombard Street, since which he remained speechless. LC
1757...Last week a woman was committed to Canterbury Gaol by Sir George Oxendon, for destroying her Bastard Child, in conjunction with her master, who is fled on that account.
Marriage, August 12, 1758, The Rev. Mr. Hey at Canterbury, son to Lady Palmer, to Miss Etheldred Lynch, daughter to the Dean of Canterbury. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1757-58
From a Will that was for sale - dated 1770 of Winefred Bridger of the City of Canterbury, A spinster, "I desire to be buried in a leaden coffin as privately as decency will permit as near to my late father and brother as it may confidently be done. I do hereby order and direct the sum of £100 to be laid out in erecting a monument near the place of my burial for my grandmother, my father, my mother, my brother and myself with a proper inscription upon it. I give an devise all my messuages, lands, tenements, hereditaments and real estate whatsoever and wheresoever unto the Reverend William Defovas Bynch of the said City of Canterbury, a clerk and Elizabeth his wife."
Death March 21, 1758. The most Rev. Father in God, Matthew Hutton, D.D. and Archbishop of Canterbury, of a Mortification in his Bowels. .Miscellaneous Correspondence 1757-58
Marriage, January 14, 1759. Mr. Byers in Holborn, to Miss Paulin of Canterbury. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1759
1759 Ecclesistiacal Preferments, Dr. Ducarel, to be Commissary to the Diocese of Canterbury. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1759
Death February 3, 1759. George Thatcher, late of Canterbury, innholder, dealer and chapman. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1759
Death, December 4th, John Denne, of Canterbury, Linen Draper. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1759
Norwich, December 5. About 7 in the evening, ther happened a sudden storm of hail and rain, with a flash of lightning that burst into several parts, resembling balls of fire which fell in many parts of the city, followed instantly by a clap of thunder not distinguishable from the explosion of a single piece of Cannon but did no harm. From Canterbury we learn, that a like Phaenomenon happend there, but the Ball of Fire penetrated the Spire, singed the floor of one of the stages, beat down some bricks and plaster, lest some marks of violence on the side of the building, and after passing nine stagings, forced its way out at the bottom of the tower, doing but little damage. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1760
Marriage, April 13, 1761, The Rev. Mr. Duncombe, Rector of St. Andrews Canterbury, to Miss Highmore, of Lincoln's Inn Fields.Miscellaneous Correspondence 1761
Marriage, December 7, 1762. Mr. Henry Adams, Attorney at Law, to Miss Johnson of Canterbury. Miscellaneous Correspondence 1762
October 26, 1770 Marriage of Lord Digby, to Miss Polly Knowler of Canterbury. Annual Register Dec 1770
June 1770. At the annual meeting of the charitable society for the relief of the widows and orphans of clergymen, held at Canterbury, 225l. 15s. was ordered to be distributed amongst 12 widows and 22 orphans. Annual Register Dec 1770
Memorial in Petham Church - XX. "Underneath, in a vault, lie the remains of William Hammond, gent. late of the parish of Saint Paul's, Canterbury, who died March 25, 1773, aged 86."
Marriages Jan 18 1770, Mr. Henry WADDELL to Miss Elizabeth HUNTER, Canterbury GMv40
1772 Town and County Magazine (vo. 4)
Marriage. Jan 21. MR. John BARTON linen-draper in Cheapside, to Miss R. SCUDAMORE, daughter of Mr. Edward Scudamore, of Canterbury.
Death Sept. 2. William JOHNSON, esq. at Canterbury.
Death March. The Rev. John SHARPE, D. D. Rector of St. Mary Abechurch, London, and late fellow of Bennet-college, Cambridge, aged 84, at Canterbury.
December 31, Death, lately, Mrs. Friend, widow of the late Rev. Dr. Friend, Dean of Canterbury, at Chelsea. Annual Register, Dec 1776
1776 subscribers to Villare Cantianum
Mr. John BURNBY, Attorney, Canterbury
William CARTER, M.D. Canterbury
Rev. Mr. FREEMOULT, Canterbury
February 2, 1777. Marriage of Mr. E. H. Sandys, of Canterbury, to Miss Sally Fagg, youngest daughter of Sir William Fagg, Bart. Annual Register Dec 1777
(Witnesses - E. H. Sandys, Canterbury, John Jennings junior, clerk to Mr. Sandys.....)1796
1778 The Town and Country
Births. The lady of the hon. Dean CORNWALLIS of Canterbury.
Marriage. 29. Samuel GROVES, esq; of Canterbury, to Miss DOBSON, daughter of Mr. DOBSON, Esq. of Thames Street.
Marriage. The Rev. Mr. James FORD of Canterbury, to Miss Dorothy SPEARMAN of the same place.
Deaths. The Right Hon. Dowager Lady ABERGAVENNY at Sharsted near Canterbury.
Aug 15, 1780 - Marriage at Canterbury, William HOUGHAM, junior, esq., of Barton near that city, to Miss ROBINSON, daughter of Charles Robinson, esq., recorder. GM
October 14?, marriage of Rev. R. BALL, Vicar of Chislet and St. Nicolas in the Isle of Thanet, to Miss MOYNE of Canterbury. GM
Marriage of George GIPPS, esq., M.P. for Canterbury, to Miss STANTON, of Harbledown, near that city. GM
Death, Dec 3. Mr. Ald. PARKER, chamberlain of Canterbury. GM
Death at Canterbury, Miss ASLONG, only child of the right hon. Lady Frances ASLONG. GM
Feb. 26 - AS Mr. Joseph NICHOLSON, supervisor of the excise at Canterbury, having made a large seizure of foreign geneva at Whitstable, was removing the same to Canterbury, under the escort of a corporal and eight dragoons of the 4th regiment on foot, they were followed by a very numerous body of smugglers, upwards of fifty of whom had fire-arms, who, without demanding the goods, fired upon the party, by which two dragoons were killed upon the spot, and two more dangerously wounded; after which they unloaded the goods, and carried them off on their shoulders. HIs majesty's pardon to the informers, with 100l reward from the commissioners of excise, and 50 guineas from Lieut. Col. HUGONIN being immediately offered for apprehending the offenders, John KNIGHT, dredger, being apprehended at Whitstable, was tried and convicted at the asizes at Maidstone; and after being executed on Pennenden Heath, was hung in chains on Burstal Hill, where the fact was committed. GM
Dec? Died near Canterbury, Sir A. MANWARING, aet. 96 GM
....Thought at the Grave of Joseph HIGHMORE, esq. in Canterbury Cathedral, ob. 3 Mar. 1780, et? 88
March 27, Lady of the hon. and Rev. Dr. Cornwallis, dean of Canterbury, of a son. (birth) GM
An ELEGY on the Death of W. P. late of Canterbury, one of the people called Quakers. (poem) GM
At his son in law's the Rev. Mr. Duncombe's at Canterbury, in the 88th year of his age, Joseph HIGHMORE, esq. formerly an eminent painter in London, but had retired from business above 18 years. GM
Death at Canterbury, William ASLONG, esq; He married Lady Frances BENNET, youngest sister of the earl of Tankerville. GM
January 18th, at Canterbury, aged 85, Lady HEAD, relict of the late Rev. Sir John HEAD, bart. archdeacon of that diocese. GM
Died at Dover, Osmund BEAUVOIR, esq; captain of his Majesty's packet Prince Frederick, only son of the Rev. Mr. Beauvoir of Canterbury. GM vo. 51
July 19th Death at Wrotham in Kent, Nicholas HADDOCK, esq. He was the eldest son of the late Admial HADDOCk. AT the first establishment of the militia, hew as major of the W. Kent Regiment, and in 1766 was chosen member of parliament for Rochester. Dying unmarried, his estate revolves to his only surviving brother, Charles HADDOCK, esq. of Canterbury, lately adjutant to the East Kent regiment. GM vo. 51
July 24. Death at Nethersole House near Canterbury, John WINCHESTER, esq. aged 72. He was formerly an eminent surgeon in Norfolk-.. London, but declind practice several years ago on a considerable estate in Keng being left to him for life by ____ MARSH, esq. in consequence of his setting the leg of a favourite dog, being before a stranger to him. The estate now succeeds to Mr. MARSH's nephew. He has left one son, a captain in Burgoyne's army lately returned from imprisonment in America and a duaghter married to Sir Edward DERING, bart. GM vo. 51
Nov. Death at Canterbury, Mrs. VINCENT, aged 96, mother in law of Mr. Alderman JACKSON. GM vo. 51
Nov. 17 Death at Chatham, suddenly, Mr. Francis WHITEFIELD, keeper of a lottery office there and at Canterbury, and a tide waiter in the port of London. GM vo. 51
Dec. At Sittingbourner, Kent, James TONG esq. brewer and twice mayor of Canterbury. GM vo. 51
Jan. At Canterbury, Mr. Thomas ROCH, cabinet maker. This genious (for such he was) a native of Ireland, published in 1760 "Proceedings of the Corporation of Canterbury, shewing the Abuse of Corporation Government;" in which he detailed with much wit and humour the particulars of an action brought against him on a bye-law by the corporation, in which they were nonsuited; and in 1761. "An Address to the Electors of the City of Canterbury." GM vo. 51
Feb. 23 Marriages. Mr. HULME of Chatham dock-yard to Miss SPRAY of Canterbury. GM vo. 51
Feb. 27 Married at Canterbury, the Rev. Richard SANDYS vicar of Reculver, to the right hon. Lady Frances Alicia ASLONG, relict of William ASLONG, esq. and youngest sister to the Earl of Tankerville. GM vo. 51
Oct. 25. Marriage. Rev. Mr. ALEXANDER, a dissenting minsiter of Rochester to Mrs. Le GRAND of Canterbury. GM vo. 51
October. Died at Canterbury, Mrs. HOWSON, sister to the Rev. Dr. SHARP, Greek professor at Oxford. GM vo. 51
"Thus too the screen in Canterbury Cathedral, designed by the late Sir James BURROUGH, is Corinthian, as are also the throne, the stalls, and the whole wainscotting of the choir." GM vo. 51
Feb. Death at Canterbury, aged 106, Fred. LEGRANGES a French Weaver. GM vo. 51
Account of the number of houses within each county in England and Wales, and the town of Berwick upon Tweed; distinguishing the number in each city and town, wherein there are four hundred houses, and upwards, chargeable to the duty on houses and windows.
St. John, Isle of Thanet 440
"Marriage of Rev. Allen Fielding, V. of Shepherds Well, Kent, son of the late celebrated Henry Fielding, esq., to Miss Fielding of Canterbury."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
"Marriage of Mr. Knight, of Cliff, near Rochester, to Miss Charlton, of Canterbury."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
"October 2, of a paralytic stroke, at Deal in Kent, aged 62, Robert Lynch, M.D. an eminent physician of Canterbury. He was eldest son of the late George Lynch, M.D. and was some time fellow of C. C. C. Oxford, and one of Radcliffe's travelling physicians."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
"December 11, at Canterbury, Mrs. Randolph, relict of the late rev. Dr. Randolph, president of C.C.C. and archdeacon of Oxford, and sister to the late Sir John Honywood, bart."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
"December 15, at Canterbury, Mrs. Bunce, relict of the Rev. William Bunce, late Rector of St. Peter's, and V of St. Clement's in Sandwich."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
April, Marriage - At Hereford, Mr. Cyprian Rondeau BUNCE, of Canterbury, attorney at law, to Mrs. POWELL, relict of William POWELL, esq. GM vo. 53
"December 25, at Canterbury, Mrs. Pennington, mother to the Rev. Dr. Pennington one of the six preachers in the Cathedral."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1783
"Death, July 18th, At Ramsgate, in an advanced age, Mrs. Lefroy, of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1784
"Death, July 20th, Mr. William Gray, an alderman of Canterbury, aged 80." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1784
"July 18. David Levi and Charles Tirelein were capitally convicted at the General Sessions, at Canterbury, for feloniously stealing, on Nov. 12, several goods in the dwelling house of John May, draper, in that city. They have since been respited."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"August 10th, at Canterbury, Mrs. Tucker, relict of the late Rev. John Tucker rector of Ringwould, Kent."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"Marriage Sept. 12, Mr. John Cozens, to Miss Charlotte Barhon, sister to Richard Barhon esq., one of the Aldermen of Canterbury."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"1b. col. 2. The female robber is said to be Mary Davis, tried for the same offence at Canterbury in 1784, and elsewhere. See vol. LIV. pp. 377 and 553."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"Original Letter from Dr. Ducarel to Mr. Cole of Milton. 1757 Dear Sir, I have just printed a Repertory of the Endowments of Vicarages in the Diocese of Canterbury. It is a quarto pamphlet*, and intended as a sample of my work."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785 *Since reprinted in octavo; with the adition of the diocese of Rochester.
"Death at Canterbury, John Whitfield, esq.; of that City."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"Death at Calais, of a violent fever, Randolph Greenway, esq; senior captain in the Oxford militia; and on the 23d his remains were brought to Canterbury for interment."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"At Canterbury, aged 81, the Rev. Charles Du Bles. He had been one of the ministers of the French Congregation in that city ever since August, 1733, a period of more than 52 years. Before he came to England he had left the sight of one eye by the small pox, and more than 40 years ago he became blind of the other eye by an accident. Notwithstanding his loss of sight, he regularly and assiduously, to his great credit, discharged the duties of his function till within three weeks of his death."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
John CAUTES, late of St. Dunstan, Canterbury, Kent, but now, 1786, of Exeter, gent. & Easter his wife daugther of William JEUDWIN of St. Peter's, Canterbury, by Easter his first wife. (Close Rool 6764, 26 Geo.III., 11-20)
Died January 16th, at Canterbury, Mr. William Hills, attorney in Chancery Lane The Gentlemen's Magazine 1787
Died January 21st, at Canterbury, John Bax, esq. of Ramsgate The Gentlemen's Magazine 1787
Death, March 11, at Lambeth Place, after three days illness, aged 15, Miss Moore, daughter of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Gentlemen's Magazine 1787
Death, May 20th, at the house of his uncle, the Rev. Dr. Lynch, at Canterbury, aged 28, Charles Thurlow esq. The Gentlemen's Magazine 1787
Marriage Nov 19 1787, Peter WILSON, esq. of Canterbury to Miss BECK of Rochester. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death October 29th, 1787, Henry EDMONDS, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death November 6th, 1787, Mrs. HAMMOND of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death November 1787, ___ BASFIELD, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death, December, The Rev. John AIRSON, miner canon of the Cathedral of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Deaths, March 1787, Madame LA COMPTESSE DE CRUX, of Wincheap Street, Canterbury, widow of M. le Compte de Crux, a french refugee. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Marriage, October 12th, Charles GALE, esq. of Croydon, to Miss COLE of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Marriage, William BARTLET, esq. of Lewisham, Kent to Miss Anne WOOD of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Marriage July 29th?, William PAGE, esq, of Canterbury to Miss Elizabeth SALMON, of the same place. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death, October, Mr. James BROSSET, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Death, month? 31st, Francis ARROWSMITH, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Marriage, November 9th, Francis CRANFORD, esq., of Canterbury, to Miss FANCOURT of the same place. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Deaths, April, 7th, Thomas HEDGES, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Deaths, August, Richard BENNET, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
Deaths, May 21st, Alfred KING, esq. of Canterbury. The Lady's Magazine 1787
October 11th, Between the hours of one and three in the morning, the palace of his grace the archbishop of Canterbury was broke open, and plated, as it is said, to the value of two thousand pounds taken away; to secure which , his grace had lately removed a door that led into the plate rooms, and had caused the passage to be bricked up with a wall eighteen inches thick. By this alteration, it is supposed, the villains came to the knowledge of the rooms where the plate was deposited, a part of which was the property of Mr. Eden, who, before he went abroad, lodged it in the palace as a place of great security. Finding it impossible to get over the wall with the booty, the thieves picked the lock of the garden door next the river, and it is thought conveyed away their prize in a boat moored along side the bishop's walk for that purpose. Not any of the family were alarmed, nor the robbery discovered until the servants rose, when the hole in the wall, which was the size of the mouth of a large oven, betrayed the fact. A letter was found in the palace, evidently dropped by one of the depredators, without an address, signed Joseph, but no surname. The contents of the letter is, that the house of the writer's master has been broke open, but the family being alarmed, the men had gone off without effecting their purpose, and left behind them a sack, and some implements for house breaking. This epistle being taken to Bow street, and the books examined, the house to which the letter alluded was known, information of the circumstance having been given at the office after the intended robbery. The gentleman being waited on, immediately knew the hand-writing of the letter to be that of a servant named Joseph, whom he had lately discharged, on an idea of his being concerned with the persons who broke into his house. But nothing has yet been discovered by it.... Annual Register 1788 pg 217/18
Deaths for the year 1788, March 11th, Miss Moore, daughter of the archbishop of Canterbury. Annual Register 1788
"Death Aug. 13th, The right worshipful Peter Calvert, LL. D. F.R. and A.SS. official principal of the arches court of Canterbury, and master, keeper, or commissary of the perogative court of Canterbury." Annual Register 1788
The European Magazine, and London Review
January 14 1788 - Death, Mr. Thomas Smith, Printer and Bookseller, Canterbury
January 16, 1788 - Death, At Canterbury, Mr. William Hills, of Chancery Lane
March 10, 1788 - Miss Moore, daughter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, aged 15 years
The Rev. Samuel Weston, M.A. to a prebend in Canterbury Cathedral, void by resignation of the Rev. Dr. Farmer.
Marriage - At Canterbury, the Rev. William Gregory, rector of St. Andrews to Miss Catharine Sayer.
1788 - Death....Lately, at Canterbury, Mr. Thurlow, of Bennet College, Cambridge, son of the Lord Chancellor.
"...that inn, with the stables and otherwise damaged or destroyed nearly a whole street of houses. Mr. Robinson, cork-cutter, of Canterbury, unfortunately perished in the flames. The accident was occasioned by a Russion gentlemen...." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1789 pg. 77
"ART. XXXII. Experiments to investigate the Variation of Local Heat. By James Six, Esq:
These experiments were made with thermometers of Mr. S.'s own new construction, placed in 3 different stations, viz. one on the top of the high tower of Canterbury Cathedral, about 220 feet from the ground; another at the bottom of the same tower, at about 110 feet; and a third in Mr. Six's own garden, not more than six feet from the ground, and all carefully exposed to the open air, in a shady Northern aspect. "The heat of the days always exceeded that at the middle, and still more the heat at the upper station." This difference might have been expected. Not so the finding the cold of the night at the lowest, not only equal to, but, very frequently, exceeding the cold at the highest stations. To discover whether these variations would continue the same in winter, &c. on December 19, 1783, Mr. Six placed on thermometer in his garden, one on the top of the high tower, as before, and the third at the top of St. Thomas's Hill, about a mile distant from the city, where, at 15 feet from the ground, it was nearly on a level with that on the cathedral tower. His observations are annexed, in two tables. "In the daytime the several thermometers nearly agreed, but in the night he cold at the lower station exceeded the cold a the higher ones rather more than it did in September, when the weather was warmer." The different dispositions of the atmosphere in other respects, and the various state of the weather at the time of making those observations, with its effects on the instruments, are also noted. the most extra ordinary is the circumstance above observed viz. that "whenever the sky became clear, the cold seemed to arise from the earth, and to be found in the greatest degree, as long as it continued clear, in the lowest situation." Mr. Six then describes the valley in which Canterbury Cathedral stands, and suggests some useful discoveries which may possibly result from experiments of this kind." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1785
"Married - Mr. J. Luddington to Miss Cowland, both of Canterbury. - Mr. J. Smith of Ramsgate to Miss E. Smith of Palace Street, Canterbury." The Monthly Magazine or 1796? v. 48 1819?
*subscribed 1790 to "A Full Inquiry into the Subject of Suicide: To which are added (as being closely connected with the subject) two treatises on duelling and gaming by Charles Moore
Mr. Thomas Starr, Canterbury
Messieurs Simmons and Kirkby, Canterbury
Mr. Richard Mount, Canterbury
Mr. Richard Frend, Canterbury
Messieurs Flackton and Co. Booksellers, Canterbury
C. R. Bunce, Esq., Mayor of Canterbury
Rev. William Chafy, M.A., Minor Canon of Canterbury, and Vicar of Sturry, Kent
William Deedes, Jun. Esq.; St. Stephen's, Canterbury and Hythe, Kent
List of Country Perpetual Commissioners - Kent, 1834
Stephen Plummer, Canterbury
John Nutt, Canterbury
Richard Minter Mount, Canterbury
Thomas Starr, Canterbury
George Curteis, Canterbury
"Death - June 26, Aged 57, Mrs. Deeds, wife of Wm. Deeds esq., of St. Stephen's, near Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1792
"Death, August 18, 1792, After a long illness, George Lacy, esq., attorney at law, and late town clerk of Canterbury" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1792
January, Marriage of George Gipps, esq. M.P. for Canterbury, to Miss Lawrence, daughter of the late Dr. Lawrence. The Universal Magazine 1792
September 4, 1792 - Death at Canterbury, Mr. Peter Loubert, attorney at Law GM1792
The Antiquaries Museum; by J. Schnebbelie Number IV. contains - Three portraits of saints, and a device in the wall of St. Augustine's abbey at Canterbury, from Dr. Pegge's collection GM1792
Death - 29. In Cockspur Street, London, aged 92, Mary, widow of Sir Francis Head, of Hermitage, near Rochester, bart. who died in 1768. She was daughter and coheir (with Anne, first wife of teh late Thomas Barrett, esq. of Lee, in Ickham, Kent) of Sir William Boys, knt. an eminent physician at Canterbury, a younger son of John Boys, esq. of Hood Court in Bleane (a branch of those of Fredville), by Anne, daughter of Sir Paul Barrett, of Lee aforesaid, knt. and serjeant at law. By Sir Francis Head she had issue three duaghters of whom the eldest, Mary Wilhelmina, in 1753 married the Hon. Henry Roper, afterwards Lord Teynham, but died vita patris S.P. The second, Anne-Gabriel deceased, married first Moses Mendez, esq. (by whom she had issue two sons and a daughter, of whom the eldest left issue a duaghter; the second is now living, and is married, and has taken the name of Heal; and the daughter was educated abroad in a convent); she married , secondly, the Hon. John Roper, brother to Henry aforesaid; of which match there is no surviving issue. Campbell Elizabeth the third daughter adn coheir, is the widow of hte Rev. Dr. Lill, brother of the Hon. Godfre Lill, a judge in Ireland, who left issue by her a son and three daughters. On Sir Francis Heads death the title descended to his brother Sir John, prebendary and archdeacon of Canterbury, who survived him but a year, and then dying issueless, the baronetage vested in a distant relation, totally unknown to the family, and then in Virginia, though the undoubted descendant of Henry, a younger son of Sir Richard, the first baronet, by Elizabeth his second wife; by which branch it is now enjoyed and is therefore improperly omitted in Kimbers Baronetage. .....GM1792
November 17, 1792
To complete the series of epitaphs of the HEAD family, in Thorpe's Registrum Rossense, and those in the Topographer, vol. III. from St. Mildred's Church I enclose the following in Ickham church, Kent on a flat stone:
Here lieth the body of
DAME SARAH BARRETT, daughter to
Sir George Ent*, knt. wife to
Francis HEAD, of Rochester esq.
and to Sir Paul BARRETT, of Canterbury,
knt. She had 4 sons and 2 daughters,
by the former, and by the latter,
whom the survived, had one son and
a daughter. She departed this
life October 6th, 1711, aged 63 years.
Arms: In a lozenge, Or, a chevorn
Sable, charged with three lions passant
gardant Or, between three mullets Sa.
impaling B. a chevron between three hawks bells, Or.
In the Chancel, on a flat stone;
Corpus RICARDI HEAD, baronetti,
filii natu maximi Francisci Head, bar.
et Margaretae uxoris suae, tubtus
depositum jacet. Obiit decimo octavo
die Maii, vicesimo septimo anno aetatis,
annoque Domini 1721
Subtus etiam duo fratres, et duae forores
ejusdem, Georgius et Henricus, Sara et
Arms: Those of Head, quartering Smistsby and Green quarterly.
"July 30th, death at Canterbury aged 84, Mrs. Mary Hardress, only surviving daughter and heir of John H. esq. M.P. for Canterbury in the reigns of Queen Anne and George I; a major in the army, and governor of Sandown Castle in Kent.." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1793
"At his house in Canterbury, James Six, esq. F.R.S. a gentleman well known to the lovers of science for his ingenious and successful pursuits in astronomy and natural philosophy; and whose natural genius and various abilities distinguished him, from the many, among those who were intimate with him, though his modesty kept him from that distinction his merit deserved. He was one of the French refugee families who settled at Canterbury in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, on account of the persecution of the Protestants in France, and established the silk trade there. Mr. Six was brought up to that business, but, on its decline, retired early in life, on a handsome competency, to pursue his love of science, and with care to educate his son and daughter. He was an eminent astronomer, having frequently made very accurate discoveries in that sublime study, which he communicated by occasionally corresponding with other astronomers all over Europe. He presented to the Royal Society an improved thermometer of his invention, described in their Transactions, vol. LXXII.; and an account of some experiments to investigate the variation of local heat, inserted in vol. LXXIV of the same work. These communications procured him the honour of admission into that learned body. He also made some useful experiments in electricity; and, having very good and expensive electrical machine, which he perfectly understood, he was ever ready to assist with practical skill whenever the medical opinion deemed that electrifying could be beneficial. He was also well known as a florist, and could, with peculiar beauty, taste, and precision, print the flowers he had reared, as well as use the pencil elegantly on other subjects, for amusement. His mind thus replete with variety of knowledge, he filled up the measure of his time, without having much to bestow, on general society, though his disposition was cheerful, communicative and philanthropic in the highest degree, which was evinced by his indefatigable attention to a Sunday school, principally instituted and zealously patronized, by him; which more especially he laboured to improve, and to which he dedicated his leisure hours more steadily, as a pious work to engage his thoughts at a period when the severe stroke of losing his only and very valuable and accomplished son oppressed his heart with the deepest sorrow. James Six, junior, M.A. of Trinity College Cambridge, had traveled with the son of Sir J Stanley, and was justly and highly esteemed by that family. He traveled a second time, and died, early in life, of a fever, at Rome, Dec 4 1786; where he was buried with peculiar honours, notwithstanding the general strictness of the Romish Church (see our vol. :VI. pp. 72, 90). His character being universally respected, a monument was erected there by Sir John Stanley, unknown to the parents of young Mr. Six, who have placed an elegant one in Westgate Church, Canterbury; to which also Mr. Six, with another gentleman,have given an organ, which accompanied the voices of the little chorister's, who were fostered by his care, encouraged in piety and industry by his precepts, and indulged by his benevolence in whatever contributed to their well doing in their humble station. By them and many more he will long be sincerely lamented, for he was a good man, an useful member of society, and a good Christian. He has left a disconsolate widow, and an only daughter, truly worthy of such a father's fond affection, and married to Mr. May, an opulent brewer at Maidstone." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1793
"Death May 10th, at Canterbury, Capt. Jos. Norwood, of the royal navy." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1793
"At Canterbury, aged 65, Mr. John Gifford, a man of eccentric character. He was formerly a schoolmaster at Ramsgate; but of late years had supported himself by writing for attorneys, and keeping a register office at Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1793
"Death, December 26, at Canterbury, aged 67, Mr. William Adams." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1793
*was a William ADAMS, Gent. (freeman) listed in the 1791 directory
Kentish Register 1793
October 17th - At Canterbury, Mr. John CASTLE, master of the caravan from that city to Dover
October 6th, marriage at All Saints Canterbury, Mr. James RONALDS, junr. gunmaker to Miss Catherine Bietchynden of Bifington priory.
Death, October 2nd, at Canterbury, Mr. Nathaniel PRICE, cork cutter.
Death, October 6th at Canterbury, Mrs. CRANE, wife of Mr. H. CRANE formerly commander of an East India packer.
Death October 7th, at Harbledown, Mrs. SANKEY, wife of Mr. Samuel SANKEY
Death October 13th, At Canterbury Mrs. FOWLE, wife of Mr. Thomas FOWLE, hair dresser
Death October 16th, At Canterbury in her 37th year suddenly in a fit Mrs. DEEY, wife of Mr. DEEY, staymaker.
Marriage, October 29th, At St. Stephen's Mr. George KEENE, draper of Canterbury to Miss DEWELL
November 7th at St. Dunstan's, Mr. Robert FURLEY, upholsterer of Canterbury to Miss Jane SEGUIN
November 14th, at Canterbury, Mr. John WILTSHIRE, butcher to Miss CASTLE
Death November, at Canterbury in his 90th year, Mr. John HALBET, of the Walloon Congregation, in that city.
Death November 7th, In the White Friars, Canterbury, aged 73, Mrs. Susan CHURNSIDE, widow.
Death November 7th at Canterbury, in her 76th year, Mrs. JACKSON, wife of John JACKSON, esq. one of the aldermen of that city. Her constitution naturally infirm, but more impaired by repeated illness, had rendered her incapable, for many years, of mixing with society from home; yet she was not on this account deserted by a most respectable number of frineds, who daily endeavoured to lessen the tedious hours of confinement. There needs no pompoes panegyric to say, that her life was valuable, and every other encomium may centre in adding that as her ears were always open to the voice of distress and promition of public good, her heart and hand went together for benevolent and charitable purposes. She has left to regret her loss a most indulgent husband, whose longer protracted years, it is to be hoped, will not be imbittered by any future calamity.
Death November 16th, at St. Stephens near Canterbury, in his 60th year, William DEEDES, esq. chairman of the quarter sessions for the eastern part of Kent. (more)
Death, November 17th, at Bridge near Canterbury, after a long illness, Mrs. Ann WOODRUFF
Wednesday December 25th, The inhabitants of Canterbury and the neighbouring country, to reward the orderly and soldier like behaviour of the Sussex militia, now quartered in that city, entered into a subscription for the purpose of giving them a Christmas dinner; near forty pounds were subscribed and expended for the purpose, and a very excellent dinner was served up to near 900 men, on Christmas Day, in their respective barracks - besides their dinner a pint of strong beer was given to each man. The whole was conducted with much regularity, and the men expressed themselves much pleased with this handsome testimony of respect.
Death, December 17th, in the Grey Friars, Canterbury, Mrs. PILCHER, widow.
Death December 22nd, At Buckwell i the parish of Sturry, Mr. Thomas White COLLARD, of the Hoath Farm, near Canterbury.
Death December 25th, In Canterbury, Mrs. Sarah PANKHURST, mantle-maker.
Kentish Register March 1794
January 13, at St. Pauls Canterbury, Mr. Jeremy LOCK, hoyman, late in the military service of the East India Company, to Miss WALKER, daughter of Mr. J. WALKER, of St. Laurence.
March 2, at Dover, Mr. William JONES, taylor and draper, of Canterbury to Miss Cannon, daughter of the late captain L. CANNON
March 4, at St. Paul's in Canterbury, Mr. John Hollingbery STRINGER, taylor and woollen draper to Miss WHITFIELD, eldest daughter of the late John WHITFIELD, esq. of that city
March 6, at St. Stephens, near Canterbury, Mr. William GILES, of Brotherhood court, in that parish, to Miss Ann Vincent Bletchynden, late of Bilsington priory
April 9th, at Ash near Sandwich, Mr. John ROOKE, butcher of Canterbury, to Miss HORN.
April 27th, at Canterbury, Mr. John STIFF, shoemaker, to Miss LAWRENCE, both of Burgate street in that city.
May 6th, at St. Paul's, Canterbury, Mr. Smith MEAD, butcher to Miss WELLER.
August 3, at St. Andrew's, Canterbury, Mr. S. CHARLES of London, to Miss SPRAKELING.
August 13, at St. Stephen's near Canterbury, Mr. Deane John PARKER, to Miss ABBOTT, daughter of Mr. William ABBOTT.
September 21, at Canterbury, Mr. R. CROSS, linen draper to Mrs. BROWNE
September 24, at Boxley, the Rev. John WOOD, vicar of Hearne, to Miss BENSON, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. BENSON, prebendary of Canterbury.
October 7th, at St. Andrew's Canterbury, Mr. Joshua WILKINSON, surgeon of London, to Miss Sarah PATTESON, youngest daughter of Mr. William PATTESON, of Canterbury.
December 29th (1793), In the Cathedral Precinct, Canterbury, Mrs. SAFFERY, wife of Thomas SAFFERY, music master.
January 4th, In Palace Street, Canterbury, Mr. T. SOAMES, shoe maker
In St. Peter's, Canterbury, Mr. John BING, formerly baker, and son of the late Alderman Bing of that city.
January 6th, In St. George's, Canterbury, Miss CLARKE, wife of Mr. William CLARKE, shoemaker
January 9th, In Castle Street, Canterbury, Mrs. E. HAYWARD, in the 77th year of her age, daughter of the late Edward HAYWARD, apothecary and one of the Alderman of that city - of her is may with strict trust and impartiality be said that she was a most worthy woman.
In the Buttermarket Canterbury, Mrs. CROSS, wife of Mr. CROSS linen draper.
At Canterbury, Mrs. PACK, widow, baker.
Death, January 26th, 1794, at Canterbury, Mr. William RUCK, a sheriff's officer for East Kent, one of the serjeants at Mace and keeper of the goal of Westgate in that city.
February 9th, In Canterbury, suddenly as he was going to bed, Mr. Moses EPPS, butcher.
February 15th (13th), In Canterbury aged 88, Mr. William STAINS, ironmonger, but had retired from business. Same day Mrs. DUTHOIT, widow.
February, at Canterbury, Mrs. BURGESS, wife of Mr. John BURGESS, senior, one of the layclerks in the cathedral there
February 28th, at his father's house at St. Stephen's near Canterbury, Mr. Mark Fielder CALLOW, only son of Mr. John CALLOW
March 4th, In Canterbury, Mrs. THOMAS, most sincerely lamented by her children and acquaintance, to whom she had ever been a very affectionate mother and a disinterested and friendly companion.
March 5th, At Canterbury, much respected, in his 91st year, Mr. William EADES. He had for many years been an active officer of the customs, but had latterly retired on the super annuation. He enjoyed every faculty of the mind unimparied till within a short period of his death, his memory was remarkabley retentive, and his chief amusement during the last ten years unremitting confinement to his chamber by the gout, was reading, especially the scripture, which he almost enabled to accomplish without the assistance of glasses.
April 2nd, of a fever, in the prime of life, at Tournay in Flanders, Mr. John BYNG, assistant surgeon and deputy purveyor of the military hospital for the British Army on the continent, and formerly of Canterbury.
In St. Dunstan's near Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mr. HOLBROOK.
April 30th, In St. George's, Canterbury, Mr. John CHALK, senior aged 59. During the course of a life principally devoted to his business, the punctual discharge of its duties, and his unblemished integrity, procured him the general esteem and confidence of the public. His manners were conciliating and mild, his friendship warm and sincere, and his charity, which was always awake, actuated by the true spirit of Christian benevolence, as a quaker, he was neither austere nor contrasted; the natural liberality of his mind and his intercourse with the world, had led him to accommodate himselft to, rather than oppose its customs and its prejudices; but though perhaps not so seruplous in forms, he was in reality an ornament to his sect, giving an example of the piety without affectation, and proving himself on all occasions the "harbinger of peace and the lover of concord:" He supported an afflicting malady for some days, with the patience and resignation of a sincere christian.
Lately, at Canterbury, Mrs. HANREE, wife of Mr. J. HANREE, baker in Orange Street.
May 8th, At Canterbury, suddenly whilst sitting in his chair. Mr. Caleb PARKER, sen. pipe maker, in Broad Street.
May 11th, At Canterbury aged 35, universally regretted, Mrs. Elizabeth READ, wife of Mr. Stephen READ, schoolmaster.
At Canterbury, Mrs. PLUMMER, widow of the late Edward PLUMMER.
At Canterbury, much esteemed and regretted, Mrs. THORNTON, relict of the late Mr. THORNTON, apothecary of that city.
At Canterbury, Mrs. KNOWLER, wife of Mr. George KNOWLER
May 29th, in Longport, near Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mr. James WARREN, senior.
Wednesday, June 18th, Richard PRETTY, a young man of Harbledown, assisting to unload a timber-tug in St. Dunstan's near Canterbury, received a blow upon the head, which caused almost instant death.
Friday, June 27th. Stephen WATSON, a lad about 16 years of age, in climbing upon some of the ruinous part of St. Ethelbert's tower, belonging to the monastery of St. Augustine, Canterbury in search of birds nests, unfortunately fell down upwards of 30 feet, and broke both his thighs. He was taken up in great agonies, and immediately conveyed to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, where the fractures were set, and there are favourable hopes of his recovery.
June 20th, at Canterbury, aged 85, Mrs. Sarah POWELL.
July 6th, at Canterbury, in teh 71st year of her age, with as much resignation as she had lived, Mrs. Mary CARTER, the eldest unmarried daughter of Mr. William CARTER, late alderman of that city.
July 11th, at Canterbury, in her 82nd year, after a few hours illness, Mrs. Margaret TONGE, relict of Mr. James TONGE, late of that city.
July 23rd, in St. Dunstan's near Canterbury, Mrs. ALLEN, relict of the late William ALLEN, esq.
August 11th, at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas JARMAN, staymaker
August 17th, at Canterbury, Mrs GOOCH, wife of Lieut. GOOCH, of the 3d Prince of Wales Dragoon Guards.
August 19th, At Canterbury, Miss Mary MOYNE, youngest daughter of Mrs. MOYNE, Milliner.
September - At Farningham near Dartford, Mr. William STAINES, son of the late Mr. Thomas STAINES, of Canterbury
September 20, at Canterbury, aged 74, Mr. John WOOLLSHAFEN, well known as an excellent herballist; who's father quited the city of Scarborough, on account of the intolerant government under Louis XIV, and afterwards practiced in Canterbury many years with great credit.
September 22, at Harbledown, greatly lamented, aged 65, Henry PRATT, esq.
September 27th, In St. Paul's, Canterbury, Mrs. WHITFIELD, relict of the late John WHITFIELD, of St. Margaret's of that city.
Saturday, October 27th, Mr. John WOOD, hop planter of Canterbury riding in his cart, drawn by a young spirited horse, the animal took fright in Stour Street, and ran furiously against the corner of a storehouse at the bottom of Hospital Lane, by which the unfortunate man was thrown with great violence against the wall on the opposite side of the way, the cart at the same time overturning fell upon his neck and breast, and killed him upon the spot.
October 1st, at Higham near Canterbury, aged 68, Mrs. HALLET, relict of John HALLET, esq.
October 12, in the Precincts of Christ Church Canterbury, after a few hours illness, in her 84th year, Mrs. Wadham KNATCHBULL, widow of the Rev. Dr. KNATCHBULL, prebendary of Durham.
In Wincheap, Canterbury, much respected and deservedly lamented by her family, Mrs. HIGHMORE, wife of Anthony HIGHMORE, esq.
October 15th, at Canterbury after a long illness born with perfect resignation, Mrs. DYCE, brazier.
1794 November 1, in Canterbury, Mrs. FARLEY, widow of the late Mr. John FARLEY, formerly of the Fountain Inn of that city.
In Canterbury of a decline, George DYCE, youngest son of the late Mrs. DYCE, brazier.
November 8th, In Canterbury Lady FIELDING, relict of the late Sir John FIELDING bart.
At Canterbury, Miss SEDGWICK, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Mr. SEDGWICK, of New Romney.
November 27th, at Canterbury, aged 43, Mr. Daniel HARNETT, brewer. Gentle in his manners and disposition - diffident in his own abilities, and of unblemished integrity, his loss is lamented by all who knew him.
December 5th, in Wincheap, next Canterbury, Mrs. GROVE, relict of the late Mr. GROVE, printer.
December 7th, at his house in Castle street, Canterbury, after a long and painful illness, John Le GRAND, esq. aged 73 years. His whole life was marked with unwearied benevolence; his last days with perfect resignation.
December 21st, at Canterbury, in her 24th year, after a long and painful illness, borne with the most exemplary patience and resignation, sincerely and deservedly regretted by her relatives and acquaintances, for her amiable disposition, Mrs. LOCK, wife of Capt. J. LOCK.
November 26th/December 26th?, in the 59th year of his age, Mr. John HAYWARD, who after many years successful practice as a surgeon and apothecary, at Ash near Sandwich, in this county, retured to Canterbury, gave up the emoluments of his profession, and devoted time and talents to the duties of religion, and the good of mankind. His inoffensive conduct gained their universal esteem. He was an unassuming, useful and instructive neighbour, a friend to the sick, and a father to the poor.
December 25th, In St. Alphage's Canterbury, Mrs. POTTER, relict of Mr. R. POTTER, carpenter. And in Orange Street, Mrs. DURYER, wife of Mr. James DURYER, turner.
GM vol 76
January 26, 1794. At Canterbury, in his 73d year, Mr. Wm. RUCK, keeper of the gaol of Westgate.
February 15th, At Canterbury, aged 88 Mr. William STAINES
March 5th At Canterbury, in his 91st year, Mr. William EADES, formerly an officer of the customs of that city.
April 20 At Littebourn court near Canterbury aged 72, Mr. Henry DENNE
October 1, 1794 At her son's house at Higham near Canterbury in her bed, without a sigh or groan, and in her 68th year, Mrs. HALLER, relict of John Haller esq. formerly commander of the Hardwick East India man, husband of East India shipping, and director of the Royal Exchange Assurance Office, who died in 1765; and on the 11th instant her remains were interred in the family vault at Dunmow priory Essex.
October 12, 1794 At Canterbury, after a few hours illness, in her 84th year, Mrs. Wadham KNATCHBULL, widow of the Rev. Dr. K. LL.D prebendary of Durham, and rector of Chilham, in Kent who died Dec 16, 1760 aged 54.
date? At Canterbury, death of Miss SEDGWICK, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Mr. SEDGWICK of New Romney in Kent.
Aged 74, Mr. John WOOLSHAFEN, well known at Canterbury as an excellent herbalist, and son of Mr. W. formerly an eminent apothecary in that city, who was born at Strasbourg in Alsace, but quitted that place on account of the intolerable government Louis the XIVth had introduced there.
In St. Paul's Canterbury, Mrs. WHITFIELD, relict of John WHITFIELD esq. of St. Margaret's in that city.
At St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, Mrs. ALLEN, relict of William ALLEN esq. brewer there.
17th. At. Canterbury, Mrs. GOOCH, wife of Lieut. G. of the 3d or Prince of Wales regiment of Dragoon Guards.
Marriages GM vol 76
Marriage, October 14? At Canterbury, Mr. Joshua WILKINSON, surgeon of London to Miss Sarah PATERSON, youngest daughter of Mr. William PATERSON of Burgate Street.
Friday, January 23rd. A labouring man, named TERRY, pretty far advanced in age, was found in the snow, near Grove Ferry, frozen to death.
January 4th, in St. George's Canterbury, Mrs. GRAYSON, relict of the late Gregory GRAYSON, esq.
January 11th, in Burgate Street, Canterbury aged 92, Mrs. MILLICENT, widow.
January 21st, in St. George's Canterbury in his 60th year, Mr. Edward AGAR, formerly a wine merchant in that city.
January 26th, In Canterbury, in an advanced age Mrs. CALLAWAY, mother of Mr. John CALLAWAY, Senior, silk manufacturer, of that city.
Saturday, January 31st, Two children, one belonging to Charles JUSTICE, the other to William GASKIN of Canterbury, being left alone by their parents, were burnt to death, by their clothes taking fire.
Monday, February 2nd. The wife of Daniel SANDOM, of Canterbury, going to fill a tea kettle from the river Stour, in St. Mildred's in that city, fell into the current unperceived, and was instantly carried down with its rapidity and drowned. *1830 shows a Daniel Sandom in Word, Sandwich, Labourer.
Sunday, February 22nd, a dog entered a close belonging to Mr. Samuel BALDERSTON, of Canterbury in which 18 Southdown sheep had been driven, against the inclemency of the weather, and killed six of them, and tore and mangled the remainder so much as to make it necessary to kill them also.
February 16th, In Stour Street, Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mr. Red FENNER, senior, many years a respectable brewer in that city, but had retired from business.
February 24th, in St. George's, Canterbury, Mrs. JOHNSON, relict of JOHNSON, esq. lieutenant colonel in the East India Company's Service.
Births - November 25th, 1794, At St. Laurence, near Canterbury the lady of Sir Edward KNATCHBULL, bart. of a daughter.
"At her house in Lower Brook-street, after a lingering illness, Mary Countess-dowager Digby, daughter and heir of John Knowles, esq. of Canterbury, relict of the late Lord, who died September 25, 1793, to whom she was married Nov. 10, 1770, and by whom she was the mother of the present Earl, and three more sons and a daughter. The Gentlemen's Magazine 1794
Sept 26th, 1770 - Lord Digby, Baron of Sherborne to Miss Polly Knowles of Canterbury. GM vol 40
*He married secondly, Nov. 10, 1770, Mary, daughter of John Knowles, of Canterbury, Esq. by whom, who died Feb. 26, 1764, he had issue: Charlotte, born Jan. 18, 1772; married July 22, 1796, William Winefield, Esq. by whom she had issue a son born March 20, 1799. - Edward, born Jan. 6, 1773. - Robert, born April 10, 1775. - Stephen born June 24, 1776, who died in Feb 1795. His Lordship dying, Sept 25, 1793 was succeeded by his eldest son, Edward the present Earl. Heir Apparent. Robert, his Lordship's Brother. Arms. See Plate 19
"I hear Lord Digby is going to be married to a Miss Knowles of Canterbury, fille d'une rang mediocre in all points, I am informed, for I never saw her, so that it is reckoned a very odd choice." *The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany - 1862
"Marriage, November 11th, at the Quakers' meeting house, at Deptford, Kent, Mr. Samuel Veech, linen-draper, of Ratcliff, to Elizabeth Patterson, of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1795
"December 19th, death after a lingering illness, at her husbands apartments in Covent-garden, Mrs. Mary Whitheld, a native of Canterbury, and wife of Mr. Whitheld of Drury Lane theatre." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1795
"Death, November 25th, at the mansion house of Delbury, co. Salop, Mrs. Cornewall, lady of the Rev. Dr. Cornewall, Dean of Canterbury, and sister to the Countess of Abercorn." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1795
Death of Rev. George Berkeley, D.D. prebend of Canterbury, &c. son of the celebrated bishop of Cloyne. The Universal Magazine 1795
"Canterbury, December 17th. On Thursday night, as Capt. Faulkner, of the 103d regiment of foot, was returning from a visit to his sisters at Canterbury, he was attacked by three desperate villains, who, after robbing him of everything valuable about him, left him for dead; he was picked up by the Dover coach, and carried to an inn on the road. Great enquiries are made by the unfortunate gentlemen's relations about the villians." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1795
"Thursday, April 21, 1795, A young man belonging to the New Romney Fencible Dragoons, in barracks at Canterbury, bathing in the river Stour, at Bingley, was unfortunately drwoned. He was accompanied by one of his comrades; neither of them could swim, and being unacquainted with the river, went into deep water, and immediately sunk. The prescribed means for reanimation were used, but too late to have the desired effect. Kentish Register 1795
May 1795, promotions - Richard SANKEY, gent. to be lieutenant, vice JONES, deceased in the Canterbury Volunteers. Kentish Register 1795
Marriages, May, lately in London, Mr. Stephen CHALK surgeon in Canterbury to Miss WEDGIN of Godalming in Surry. Kentish Register 1795
May 14th, 1795 - Marriage at St. Laurence in Thanet, Mr. Stephen READ, schoolmaster, of Canterbury, to Miss Sarah ANSELL, only daughter of Mr. William ANSELL hoyman of Ramsgate. Kentish Register 1795
Death, April 24th, 1795 - In St. George's, Canterbury, John Hollingbery MANN, esq. Kentish Register 1795
Death April 1795 - In the archbishop's palace, Canterbury, Mr. Stephen GILLHAM, late a grocer in that city. Kentish Register 1795
December 25th, 1794, deaths - In ST. Alphage's, Canterbury, Mrs. POTTER, relict of Mr. R. POTTER, carpenter. And in Orange Street, Mrs. DURYER, wife of Mr. James DURYER, turner. Kentish Register 1795
December 26th, 1794, Death at Canterbury, in his 59th year, Mr. John HAYWARD, who after many years successful practice as a surgeon and apothecary, at Ash near Sandwich, retired to the place of his nativity, gave up the emoluments of his profession and devoted his time and talents to the duties of religion, and the good of mankind. His inoffensive conduct gained their universal esteem. He was an unassuing, useful, and instructive neighbour, a friend to the sick, and a father to the poor. By his will he bequeathed 100l. to the rev. Mr. Herne's Sunday School at Canterbury, 100l. to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, and 100l. to the Emanuel Hospital for the reception of the blind, in London, 20l. to the parish of Ash next Sandwich, with many other donations. He was a curious, but modest, investigator of the records of antiquity; and his knowledge of the local history of the city and surrounding country where he resided, will be felt as a public loss. Kentish Register 1795
Death, January 4, 1795 - In St. George's, Canterbury, Mrs. GRAYDON, relict of the late Gregory GRAYDON, esq. January 11th, In Burgate Street, Canterbury, aged 92, Mrs. MILLICENT, widow. January 19th, At Whitstable, in an advanced age, after going to rest in apparent health, Mr. Solomon MANUEL, of St. Dunstan's near Canterbury. January 21, in St. George's Canterbury, in his 60th year, Mr. Edward AGAR, formerly a wine merchant in that city. January 26th, In Canterbury, in an advance age, Mrs. CALLAWAY, mother of Mr. John CALLAWAY, senior, silk manufacturer of that city. September 27th, 1794 - In St. Paul's, Canterbury, Mrs. WHITFIELD, relict of the late John WHITFIELD, of St. Margaret's in that city. Kentish Register 1795
Marriage September 25th 1794 in London, Mr. Henry SMITH, cabinet maker to Mrs. TUNBRIDGE both of Canterbury. October 16th, at Godmersham, Mr. W. TERRY, to Miss BOYS. Kentish Register 1795
May 1796 MM
A fire broke out lately, at Canterbury, which consumed some workshops, a stable, coach-house, granary, and a room appropriated to the Free Masons, at the King's Head Tavern.
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. CLARK. Mr. A. FOWLE.
Death at Canterbury, Mrs. Cornwall, Lady of the Rev. Dr. C. Dean of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 78
Marriage at Canterbury, H. Bazely, Esq. to Miss Stringer. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 164
Marriage at Canterbury of T. S. Horner, Esq. to Miss Whitlock. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 164
Death at Canterbury, Mr. Heard, Sen. . - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 164
Died aged 80, Mr. Robert Quested. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 164
Death at Canterbury, Mr. Fleet, of St. Dunstan's. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 164
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Chalk to Miss Vincent. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 259
Death at Canterbury, Master Sa Chambers, eldest son of Ja. Chambers, esq. of Woodstook, Kent. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 259
A fire broke out lately, at Canterbury, which consumed some work shops, a stable, coach-house, granary, and a room appropriated to the Free-masons, at the King's Head Tavern. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 354
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Clark. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 354
Died at Canterbury, Mr. A. Fowle. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 354
At the late election for Canterbury, a question was agitated whether freemen who had received any relief within a year, were thereby disqualified to vote. Mr. Serjeant Marshall clearly showed, that poverty was no disqualification at common law, and could not be pleaded unless warranted by the immemorial usage of the place; and that, consequently, as no such usage had ever prevailed at Canterbury, a pauper had the same right to vote as any other freeman. It was determined accordingly, that all voters of this description should remain on the poll. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Died at Canterbury, Mr. P. Vincent. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Died at Canterbury, Aged 82, Mrs. E. Kissurt? - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Died at Canterbury, Mr. John Marsh. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Ware, sen. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Walwyn. - The Monthly Magazine 1796 pg. 436
Below is a List of Subscribers to Fugitive Pieces: By Frances Greensted 1796
Miss Atkin, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Angier, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Bridges, Precincts, Canterbury, Kent
Mr. Carter, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Duncomb, Canterbury, Kent
Miss Deedes, The Limes, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Field, Canterbury, Kent
Miss Hammond, Canterbury, Kent
Miss C. Hammond, Canterbury, Kent
James Tillard, Esq., Streets End, near Canterbury
Dr. Rev. Walsbey, Prebendary of Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Webb, St. Thomas's Hill, near Canterbury, Kent
Edward Scudamore, Esq., Canterbury, Kent
Mr. I. Saunders, Canterbury
Mrs. Radcliffe, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Piercy, Precincts, Canterbury, Kent
Mrs. Mills, Precincts, Canterbury
Miss Mills, Ditto
Miss Lukyn, Canterbury, Kent
Dr. Rev. Luxmore, Prebendary of Canterbury
Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart. M.P. Mersham Hatch, Kent
Mrs. Knatchbull, St. Stephens, Kent
Miss M. Kingsford, Barton Mills, Kent
Miss Susanna, Kent
Mr. S. Kingsford, Sturry Mills, Kent
Miss Priscilla Kingsford, Kent
January 1798 MM
Married at Canterbury Mr. John GOLDFINCH, to Miss Mary CULLEN. Henry Godfrey FAUSETT, esq. of Heppington to Miss NOTT esq. of Marston Hall, in the county of Warwick.
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. John EGGIER, to Mrs. S. SHARP. Mr. John WEAKS to Miss Margaret POTTIFOR.
Died at Canterbury - Mr. EVENDEN, Aged 75, Mr. Moses LEVI. Mrs. BLUNDEN. Mr. William FLACKTON, a respectable bookseller of that town. Mr. Richard BOGHURST, Senior. Mr. PIERCE. Mr. STOCKFORD, surgeon of the Oxford Fencibles.
February 1798 MM
Marriage at Canterbury Mr. Thomas BISHOP master of the Golden Lion to Miss Mary HODGMAN. Lieutenant LANGLEY, of the Royal Glamorgan regiment to Miss Arabella CLARINGBOULD.
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas ELMS, master of the Blue Anchor Public House. Mrs. YOUNG, wife of the Rev. Mr. YOUNG a dissenting Minister. Mrs. GAUSSON. Miss BARHAM. Mr. Samuel HONESS. In her 79th year Mrs. Sarah FRANCES. Mr. ROUSE.
March 1798 MM
Married at Canterbury Mr. WILLIAMS of the East Suffolk Regiment of Militia, to Miss Mary WATSON, daughter of Capt. WATSON, Dover.
Died at Canterbury, aged 77, Mr. Samuel ABRAHAMS. Mrs. WALESBY, mother of the Rev. Dr. Walesby, one of the prebendaries of the Cathedral. In her 65th year, Mrs. REEVES. John LILLY a Chelsea pensioner, put an end to his existence by hanging himself in an out house belonging to an inn in Wincheap near Canterbury.
April 1798 MM
Married at Canterbury, Mr. SPRATT to Miss Sarah LOOP.
Died at Canterbury in a very advanced age, Mr. James HIETT. He has left the bulk of a very considerable property to his relations; many of whom are in indigent circumstances. The remainder he bequeated to charitable purposes, leaving, amoun other legacies, 100l. to the Kent and Canterbury hospital; and 300l. in trust to the mayor of this city for the time being, and four eldest aldermen, to purchase great coats annually for aged and infirm men.
At the same place, suddenly, after spending a cheerful evening with his friends, Mr. William WALLACE, commander of a revenue vessel in this port.
May 1798 MM
Married at Ramsgate, Arthur AHMURTY esq. of the royal navy to Miss WILLYAMS, daughter of the late Robert WILLYAMS, esq. of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury in her 20th year, Miss Oliver RATCLIFF, only child of Mr. Thomas RATCLIFF, of St. Dunstan's near Canterbury.
June 1798 MM
no marriages listed
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Philip CHAPMAN. Mrs. TRITTON. Mrs. ROBINSON, wife of Charles ROBINSON, esq. recorder of this city. Mr. Thomas HUDSON, Miss DREW. Mr. GROVE. Mr. John MOCKET, distiller. In her chair, whilst eating her breakfast, Mrs. BLAKE. Mrs. FRIEND the mistress of the ladies' boarding school in Margaret Street (should read St. Margaret's). In an advanced age, Mrs. BENSON, widow of the late Thomas BENSON, esq. auditor of the Cathedral.
August, Marriage of Mr. Elsted, surgeon of Chilham, to Miss Rebecca Whitfield of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 156
September, Married at Canterbury, Mr. Samuel Hardeman, to Miss Lydia Fowler. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 234
September, Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas White, to Miss Caroline Moyne. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 234
September, Died at Winchcombe in the parish of Crundal, Mr. Robert Noyer, formerly landlord of the Mermaid Inn, Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 234
September, Died at the Old Park-house, St. Martin's, near Canterbury, John Austen, esq. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 234
October, Died at Canterbury, after a short illness, Mrs. Fuller. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 312
October, Died at Canterbury, Robert Le Geyt, esq. of the archbishop's palace. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 312
November, Died at Canterbury, Mr. Daniel Marsh?, of the Blue-anchor public-house. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, Mr. W. Wood, pastry-cook. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Philpot. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, Mr. Ratcliffe, of the George and Hoy public-house.. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Pratt, wife of the Rev. John Pratt, vicar of Monkton in the Isle of Thanet. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, aged 82, Mrs. White. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
November, Died at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas Phillips. - The Monthly Magazine 1798 pg. 398
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, Mr. John Cheavale, to Miss Young of Marble-down." The Monthly Magazine, 1798 (possibly Harbledown)
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, Mr. Murton to Miss Ginder." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, After a courtship of nine years, Mr. Plan.., of the navy, to Miss Benger, of Longport." The Monthly Magazine, 1798, pg. 398
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas Sladden, to Mrs. Burton, of High-halden." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, Mr. Charles Judd to Mrs. Elizabeth Epps." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, December, at his seat, at Bifrons, near Canterbury, the Rev. Edward Taylor, patron and vicar of Patricksbourn with Bridge Annexed." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Mrs. Rooke." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Aged 63, Mr. C. Delmar." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, In her 63d year, Mrs. Winifred Shindler." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Mr. H. Spratt." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Mrs. Hayward." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Mrs. Salmon." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Died, Dec, at Canterbury, Aged 81, Mr. Spencer." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Marriage, Dec, at Canterbury, Mr. John Bucknell, printer, to Miss Barbara Igguldan." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Marriage, Dec, at Canterbury, Mr. Clark to Miss White." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
"Marriage, Dec, at Canterbury, Mr. Strouts to Miss Page." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
John James, Esq. of Deal, bachelor age 33 and Mary Sophia Oakley of the same, spinster age 27. September 8th, 1798, Marriage Licence 1798
*Death at Canterbury, aged 77, Mary Sophia James, relict of Lieut. Colonel John James, R.M. The Gentlemen's Magazine 1848
*there was an M. James (female) Independent in St. Margaret's street in 1841
MM1799 vol 7
At St. Dunstans, near Canterbury, in the family of Mr. Thomas Chatwine, shopkeeper the following distressing circumstance took place. The man, his wife, and three children each in the morning took was was supposed to be cream of tartar and brimstone as physic; the effect, however, soon proved deleterious, as the whole family were affected with such alarming symptoms, that the most skilful medical assistance proved inefectual; one of the children died in the afternoon, in the evening another, and at night their mother. The father, after lingering eight days also expired. The infant having taken but a very small quantity of the mixture is the only one expected to survive. This melancholy event was occasioned by a fatal mistake in mixing sugar of lead with the brimstone, instead of cream of tartar; the sugar of lead having very imprudently been kept in the house among some other articles.
Death at Canterbury, aged 88, William CARTER, esq. M.D. many years a physican of this city. Mr. Charles DENT, eldest son of Henry DENT esq. collector of the excise. Mr. John HANREE, formerly a baker.
Married at Canterbury, Mr. William MAYO, of London, to Miss Anne CHANDLER, of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1799, pg 251
Married at Canterbury, Mr. E. JEFFERYS, watchmaker to Miss E. FOREMAN.
At Canterbury, aged 36, Mr. E. C. Gregory, sugar-refiner, Goodman's Fields, London. Aged 78, in St. John's hospital, Mr. B. Foreman. Mr.* Gadesby, wife of Mr. Gadesby. - The Monthly Magazine July 1799, pg 503 *it says Mr.
Married at Canterbury, Mr. W. BUSBY, to Miss E. BLACKMAN. J. N. HENNIKER Esq. to Miss CHAFY.
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. MOORE, aged 88, Mrs. LEPINE, relict of Mr. D. LEPINE of Best Lane, where she had resided constantly from her birth. Mrs. DELMAR. Mr. W. W. TADHUNDER. Aged 80, Mr. Samuel FLINT, many years clerk to the presbyterian congregation. Aged 83 Mrs. BAKER. Mrs. FAGER. Mr. C. MATSON, Mr. J. HARGROVE.
Married at Canterbuyr, Mr. John BROWNE linen draper to Miss WARREN of the same place.
Died at Canterbury, Mr. WELBY master of the Royal Exchange Public House. Mr. John LANDS, master of the Castle Public House. Mrs TERRY wife of Mr. J. TERRY.
Married at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas GOLDING to Miss Mary MINTER.
Died at Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mr. Edward MORGAN, many years a woollen draper there. Mrs. HUTCHINSON, wife of W. HUTCHINSON, esq. Aged 87 Mrs. JOHNSON, relict of the Rev. Isaac Johnson, Vicar of St. Dunstan's, Canterbury. Mr. James HOMERSHAM, carpenter. Mr. Ricahrd ATWOOD. Mr. ATWOOD, maltster.
Death at Canterbury, at an advanced age, Mrs. PATTESON, wife of Mr. PATTESON. Mr. John BUTCHER. Mrs. TURNER. Mrs. ANN STROATS. Aged 72 Mr. MINTER.
"Death at Lymington, Hants, Mrs. Kingsley, widow of Charles Kingsley, esq. of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1799
"Death, September 20th, at Dumfries, Mr. John McMillan, late merchant in Canterbury." The Edinburgh Magazine 1799
"After a very few days illness, at her father's house in the precincts of Canterbury Cathedral, Miss Hester Gregory, only daughter of the Rev. Francis Gregory M.A. the oldest clerical member of the Cathedral, Mr. Gregory having been a member of it more than half a century. By that circle of her friends and acquaintance who knew her best she was highly respected and esteemed, as a person endued with many excellent virtues, and the truest principles of religion....more" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1799 pg. 821
"Death at Canterbury, Mrs. S. Milner, a maiden lady, and second sister of the late Dr. Milner of Maidstone." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1799 pg. 904
"Death at her house in St. George's Street, Canterbury, after a lingering illness, in her 52nd year, Mrs. FIELD, a maiden lady." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1799
"Death, October 3, at his house in Wincheap, Canterbury, nearly on the completion of his 81st year, Anthony Highmore, esq. formerly of Bury Court, St. Mary Axe, London. He was the only son of Joseph Highmore esq. of Lincoln's Inn fields, portrait painter. He married in very early life Anna Maria Ellis (daughter of the Rev. Seth Ellis, rector of Brampton, in Derbyshire), who died tenderly and acutely lamented, October 13, 1794; and by whom he had 15 children, two only of whom, with the daughter of a deceased son, now survive to lament his loss. During the course of a long and unimpeachable life, his mind was directed by a never swerving uprightness, and his conduct guided by the most unshaken and rigid integrity. In his communications with society, and in the more retired limits of domestic affection, his heart and his hand united in the strictest rectitude, the softest sensibility, and the tenderest philanthropy. When he doubted on any transaction, it was his invariable rule to examine arguments and consequences, by committing them to paper with scrupulous exactness. Hence it was that all his determinations were slow, but they were just. Retirement during his latter years afforded him an uninterrupted opportunity of indulging his strong propensity for theological and controversial studies. These he pursued with unwearied diligence, till within the last three months of his life. Herein the vigour of his mind discovered unabating ardour, and laborious investigation; and he was so entirely absorbed in this pursuit, that all other subjects seemed, like the passing insect of the hour, to flit beside him. Buthe was one of those whose theological studies do not confound their faith. Deeply read in Sacred History and Divine Revelation, he accepted the Christian dispensation with unfeigned gratitude. .....more" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1799 pg. 905&906
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Welby, master of the Royal Exchange public house. Mr. John Lands, master of the Castle public house. Mrs TERRY, wife of Mr. J. TERRY. - The Monthly Magazine May 1799 pg 342
Died at Canterbury, at an advanced age, Mrs. Patteson, wife of Mr. Patteson. Mr. John Butcher. Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Ann Stroats. Aged 72, Mr. Minter.. - The Monthly Magazine Feb 1799 pg 172
Died at Canterbury, aged 88, William Carter, esq. M.D. many years a physician of this city. Mr. Charles Dent, eldest son of Henry Dent esq. collector of the excise. Mr. John Hanree formerly a baker. - The Monthly Magazine 1799, pg 251
Married at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas Golding, to Miss Mary Minter. - The Monthly Magazine June 1799, pg 421
Died at Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mr. Edward Morgan, many years a woollen draper there. Mrs. Hutchinson, wife of W. Hutchinson, esq. Aged 87, Mrs. Johnson, relict of the Rev. Isaac Johnson, vicar of St. Dunstan's Canterbury. Mr. James Hemarsham, carpenter. Mr. Richard Atwood. Mr. Atwood, maltster. - The Monthly Magazine June 1799, pg 421
Married at Canterbury, Mr. E. Jefferys, watchmaker, to Miss E. Foreman. - The Monthly Magazine July 1799, pg 503
Married at Canterbury, Mr. SPAWFORTH, of hte 28th Light Dragoons, to Miss BARNES, of the Fleece Inn. The Rev. John ROBINSON, of Chipstead to Miss RICHARDSON. Mr. John HAREY, junior to Miss S. CALLOW, of St. Stephens near this place. Died at Canterbury, Edward EDWARDS, clerk of Stores to the Royal Artillery in that department; he shot himself through the head. It appears, that acts of insanity had been observed previous to the desperate act. Miss Gregory, daughter of the Rev. F. GREGORY, Minor Canon of the Cathedra. Lieut. William T. BOWEN, of the 5th Regiment of foot. Mrs. PAYNE, wife of Mr. Thomas PAYNE. Mrs. CLARINGBOLD, relict of Mr. CLARINGBOLD, late of Rolling Court. - The Monthly Magazine 1799
Died at St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, Mr. Attwood, maltster. - The Monthly Magazine July 1799, pg 503
Married at Seasalter, Mr. A. SPRATT, carpenter of Canterbury, to Miss E. LAWSON, of Whistaple. Died. On the 3rd of October, 1799, at his house in Wincheap Canterbury, nearly on the completion of his 81st year, Anthony HIGHMORE, esq. formerly of Bury Court, St. Mary Axe, London. He was the only son of Joseph HIGHMORE, of Lincoln's Inn fields, portrait painter. He married in very early life Anna Maria ELLIS (daughter of the Rev. Seth ELLIS, rector of Brampton, Derbyshire), who died tenderly and acutely lament, on the 13th of October, 1704: and by whom he had 15 children, two only of whom, with the daughter of a deceased son, now survive to lament his loss. ......- The Monthly Magazine Nov 1799
Married, at St. Dunstan's near Canterbury, Mr. BURT, veterinary surgeon, of the 17th light dragoons, to Miss C. GURNEY. Died at Stockbury, aged 72, William JUMPER, esq., formerly of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1799
At Canterbury, aged 36, Mr. E. C. Gregory, sugar-refiner, Goodman's Fields, London. Aged 78, in St. John's hospital, Mr. B. Foreman. Mr.* Gadesby, wife of Mr. Gadesby. - The Monthly Magazine July 1799, pg 503 *it says Mr.
Died. At Canterbury, aged 78, Mr. G. LANE, 48 years wool registrar of that city. Aged 81, Robert POPE, esq., sen. jurat. Miss HAYWARD, daughter of Mr. HAYWARD. Mrs. STOW, wife of B.F. STOW, esq. collector of customs at Dover. At the Rose Inn, Mr. MOULD, cheesmonger, of Newgate Street, London; he went to bed in good health, but was soon afterwards seized with a violent sickness, which proved fatal. At St. Lawrence, near Canterbury, the lady of Sir. Edward KNATCHBULL, bart. M. P. - The Monthly Magazine 1800
Correction to "Vol. LXIX. p. 1088 The late Mr. LANE was wool-registrar at Canterbury 48 years from 1749 to 1797." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1800, additions and corrections
Death "At Canterbury, Lieut. Gen. DAWSON, an old and meritorious officer, formerly lieutenant governor of the Isle of Man, where he resided near 20 years, and where, for his very able and impartial administration of justice, his constant and enlightened exertions to promote the real interests of the ...nd, he will be long remember with respect and gratitude." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1800
Death March 11 "Mrs. DENNE, wife of John Denne esq. of Chislet court near Canterbury, Kent. In the duties of a wife and of a mother, and in those of domestic life, she was acknowledged to have been eminently distinguished. The excellence of her natural disposition, and the general benevolence of her heart, will ever endear her memory in the circle of her numerous friends. She was a tender wife, and indulgent parent, and the best of friends, and bore a long and painful illness, with fortitude, calmness and resignation." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1800
Death of Rev. Thomas LAMPREY, vicar of Stalisfield and Halstow, Kent. He was son of the Rev. Mr. Lamprey vicar of St. Martin, near Canterbury, presented, by the Dean and Chapter, 1760, and to Stalisfield by the Archbishop, on the death of the Rev. Wanley Sawbridge." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1800
Died at Canterbury, age 29, Mr. T. FRANCIS, son of the late Mr. FRANCIS of the lime-kilns. Mr. James MEAD. - The Monthly Magazine Sept 1800
Married at Canterbury, Mr. J. ABBOT, to Miss Balderstone. Mr. BENNETT, to Miss BREWER of Ludgate street. Gregory BLAXLAND, esq. to Miss Eliza SPURDEN, eldest daughter of John SPURDEN, esq. of Mersey Island in the county of Essex.- The Monthly Magazine Sept 1800
Canterbury, Ramsgate, &c. on the sea coast, have lately been the scene of extraordinary confusion and bustle, from the assemblage and embarkation of the army destined for the expedition agains Holland. - The Monthly Magazine Sept 1800
Married at Canterbury, William HART, esq. Captain in the Royal Waggon Train, to Miss MATSON, of Wingham. Charles POOLE, esq. to Miss H. O. LUTWIDGE, sister of Charles LUTWIDGE, esq. and niece to Admiral LUTWIDGE. Mr. Samuel HACKER, carpenter to Miss Elizabeth ASH, daughter of Mr. George ASH, Brewer. Mr. Charles FREND, taylor, to Mrs. PRICE. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Sladden, wife of Mr. Sladden, Grocer. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, The youngest of Mr. Friend, wine-merchant. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, At St. Augustine's, aged 13, the youngest son of Mr. Wm. Goldsmith. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, Capt. John Bentham, of the Royal Artillery. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Cross, wife of Mr. R. Cross. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Ratcliffe, of Holy Cross, Westgate without. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
Died at Faversham, aged 84, Mrs. Ann JACOB, last surviving daughter of the late Mr. Alderman JACOB, of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 91
September, married at Canterbury, P. Burrard, esq. to Miss S. Naylor. Mr. T. Minter to Miss S. Silk. Died at Canterbury - Mr. T. Bliss. Mrs Sankey, widow of the Late Mr. T. Sankey, Grocer. Mr. Abbott, baker. Serjeant Major Stansly, of the 1st or regiment of Royal Dragoons. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 181
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Underdown. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Bryant, aged 60. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Died at Canterbury, Mr. W. Cockell, aged 76. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Married at Canterbury (March), James Hammond, esq. to Miss Mary Hills Gibbs. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Married at Canterbury (March), Mr. Thomas Bradford Jun. to Miss Loop. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Married at Canterbury (March), Mr. W. Goulden, to Miss Goodhand. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Married at Canterbury (March), Mr. Bandock, to Mrs. Rogers. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 195
Married at Canterbury (April), Mr. T. Browning, to Miss Pegan, both of Whitstable. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281
Died at Canterbury (April), Mr. White, Sen. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281
Died at Canterbury (April), Mr. C. Edmonds. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281
Died at Canterbury (April), Mrs. Ash. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281 *see Canterbury Lieutenancy Papers 1802/03
Died at Canterbury (April), Mrs. Snoulten. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 281
Under Dividends Announced, D. Low..? Canterbury, Victualler, April 14. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 359
Died at Canterbury (May), in an advanced age, Mrs. Warner, late of Sturry. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (May), In her 69th year, Mrs. Six, relict of the late J. Six, esq. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (June), Mr. J. Moss, publican. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 469
Died at Canterbury (June), In his 68th year, Mr. T. Sankey, grocer and tallow chandler, and one of the common-council-men of this city. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 469
Died at Canterbury (June), In his 78th year, Mr. J. Bissaker. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 374
Married at Canterbury (July), Mr. W. Devers, of London, to Miss Nutt. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 560
Died at Canterbury (July), aged 62, Mrs. Pout. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 560
Died at Canterbury (July), Mr. S. Gardener. His death was occasioned by his being unfortunately drawn under the wheels of one of the Dover coaches which was passing the Buttermarket, and the wheel going over his loins, injured him so materially as to bring on his dissolution. He was eminent as a linguist, and enjoyed a remarkably sound state of health for his advanced age. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 560
Married at Canterbury (October) Mr. R. Dodd, Baker to Miss Carter. Mr. T. Mourylian, Grocer to Miss S. Clayson. Mr. W. Stanton to Miss H. Baker of Deal. Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Hatton, wife of Mr. Hatton, keeper of the county jail. Mrs. Holman. Aged 17, Mr. W. Ruck, late a midshipman in the Navy. Mrs. Teshire. Mr. Fortune, Bricklayer. Aged 88, Mrs. Kirby, widow of the late Mr. Kirby, common carrier. Mr. W. Sladden. Mrs. Miles of the Fountain Inn. - The Monthly Magazine 1801 pg. 272
Died at Canterbury, aged 31, Mrs. Lepine, wife of Mr. C. Lepine, Cabinet Maker - The Monthly Magazine 1801
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Cordall, many years master of the Dover Castle Inn. Mr. Webster, Chemist. - The Monthly Magazine 1801
Married at Canterbury, Mr. W. Smith, of Mrs. Baker's company of comedians, to Mrs. Cotesworth. - The Monthly Magazine 1801
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. F. Plater, widow. Mr. B. Greenland, late mate of the Trelawney Planter, West Indiaman. Mrs. S. Stephenson, widow of Whitstable. Aged 86, Mrs. A. Tevelein. - The Monthly Magazine 1801
Marriages, August 1802 - J. Fleming, gentleman of Ramsgate, to Mrs. E. Claris of Canterbury - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Died at Canterbury, August 1802, aged 52, Mrs. F. Delasaye. In an advanced age, Mr. R. Turner. At Maidstone, in his 48th year, Mr. T. Taylor & Mr. J. Bailey, senior, hairdresser. At Tunbridge, Mr. W. Haiselden, hairdresser. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Bankrupts, 1802, J. Henwood, Vintner (Webb, Folkestone) - The Monthly Magazine 1802
September 1802, died at Canterbury, aged 69, Mrs. Nichols. Mr. Pettman, a carrier. Mr. Crothell of the Chequers public house - The Monthly Magazine 1802
September 1802, died at Dover, Mrs. Ismay, relict of Mr. J. Ismay of London, and eldest daugther of the late J. Lade, esq. many years alderman of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
October 1802, A meeting has been lately held of the inhabitants of Canterbury and of Sandwich, at the latter place, for the purpose of considering the expediency of cutting a canal from Canterbury to the sea. Two engineers have been appointed to make surveys and to report on the subject. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
October 1802, married at Canterbury, Mr. J. Fletcher, butcher, to Miss M. Ash, daughter of Mr. Ash, brewer. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Marriages, November 1802, At Canterbury, Mr. Jenkins, hatter to Miss Hodges. Mr. S. Wright to Miss M. Clifford. Mr. H. Christian, druggist to Miss M. Flint. Mr. R. Sheppard, to Mrs. Reeves. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Died at Canterbury, November 1802, Mr. J. Honore, gardiner. Mr. M. Monroe, formerly of Tunford Farm. Mrs. M. Gentile, widow. Miss E. Dixon, eldest daughter of Mr. Dixon baker. Aged 75, Mr. W. Pattison, one of the society of Quakers. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Married, December 1802, at Canterbury - Mr. W. Mond, Saddler to Miss Gowland. Cobden, esq. late of the Estafette corps to Miss S. Gurney. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Died at Canterbury, December 1802, At Canterbury, Mr. Shrubsole, blacksmith. Aged 30, Mrs. Lancefield, widow. Mr. W. Vincent, sexton, of the parish of St. Mildred. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
January 1803, Married Capt. Buckner, of the royal artillery to Miss Pierce of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1803
Married January 1803, Mr. W. Slaugher, tanner of Canterbury to Miss Butterworth of Newington in Surrey. At Canterbury, J. Royle, esq. to Miss Park. Mr. Hodgkin, son of hte Rev. N. Hodgkin, Rector of St. Thomas's, Southwark, to Miss Burnby daughter of Mr. Burnby Attorney. - The Monthly Magazine 1803
Died January 1803, at Canterbury, in a very advanced age, G. Knowler, gentleman, brother to the late Admiral Knowler. Mrs. Masters, wife of Mr. J. Masters, Nurseryman. Aged 71, Mrs. H. Castle, Mistress at the sunday school in the parish of Holy Cross, Westgate without. Mrs. Vincent, widow of the late Mr. Vincent, sexton of St. Mildreds, whose death was announced in our last number. In her 98th year, Mrs. Hazard. Mr. Kyte, a preacher in the society of the late Rev. Mr. Wesley. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
October 1802 - A subscription has been lately opened, and now lies at the banks and libraries in the city of Canterbury, for the purpose of erecting, at the expence of the public, an elegant stone pillar, on the summit of hte Dane John Hill, with iron rails and commodious seats around it, "in commemoration, and expressive of, the costly improvements made on the Dane John Field, in the year 1790, by Mr. Alerman Simmons, and of his other public services" as it is expressly stated in the papers; also to commemorate the "reslolution of the mayor and commonalty of the city, to devote the terraces, walks, and field, in perpetuity, to the public use." N.B. A drawing of the intended pillar has been left for public inspection at Mr. Bistrow's Library. - The Monthly Magazine 1802
Marriage of Mr. Deane, butcher, of Canterbury, to Miss Meade, of Boughton - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 292
Death at Canterbury, aged 20, Mr. W. Goldfinch, Jun. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 292
Death at Canterbury, E. Benson, esq. many years auditor to the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral. He had resigned his office only a very few days before his death. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 89
Marriage, Mr. J. T. Simmonds, of Charing, to Miss J. Simmonds, of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 193
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. T. Shephard, linen-draper, of London, to Miss A. Hagell. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 193
Married at Canterbury, Mr. W. Sharp, cabinet-maker to Miss Horne? - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Died at Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mrs. Spring..l, Widow - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Died, Mr. D. Schooeler, of the Three ...... public house - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Died, in her ...year, Mrs. E. Legge - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Died, Mrs. Piddock, wife of Mr. Piddock, Baker - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
At the King's Head Inn, after a few day's illness, having lately arrived from the West Indies, Ensign W. Gillam, of the 68th Regiment of foot - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Died at Canterbury (November) Mr. J. Simmons, corn-factor - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
In his 91st year, W. Scott, esq. a defendant of the ancient family of Balial Scotts, late of Scott's Hall, in this county - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 393
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. J. Parnell, ironmonger, to Miss Springett - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 494
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Chandler, carpenter to Miss Collins - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 494
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Bradshaw, watchmaker, to Miss Lince of Dover - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 494
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Young - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 494
Married in London, Capt. Buckner, of the royal artillery, to Miss Pierce of Canterbury. MM1803
Married at Maidstone, Mr. W. Slaughter, tannery of Canterbury, to Miss Butterworth, of Newington in Surrey. MM1803
Married at Canterbury, J. Royle, esq. to Miss Park. Mr. Hodgkin, son fo the Rev. N. Hodgkin, rector of St. Thomas's Southwark to Miss Burnby, daughter of Mr. Burnby, attorney. MM1803
Died at Canterbury, in a very advanced age, G. Knowler, gent. brother to the late Admiral Knowler. Mrs. Masters, wife of Mr. J. Masters, Nurseryman. Aged 71, Mrs. H. Castle, mistress of the sunday school in the parish of Holy Cross, Westgate without. Mrs. Vincent, widow of the late Mr. Vincent, sexton of St. Mildreds, whose death was announced in our last number. In her 98th year, Mrs. Hazard. Mr. Kyte, a preacher in the society of the late Rev. Mr. Wesley. MM1803
Marriage at Canterbury, Captain Lynch, of the 95th Regiment, to Miss Finnis, of Hythe - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. J. Roberts, woolstapler, to Miss M. Hills, of Bridge - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. J. Warner, linen draper, to Miss Townshend, of Margate - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Jarratt, hatter, of St. James's street, London, to Miss Nicholls - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. C. Sankey, grocer, to Miss Price - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Death at Canterbury, in his 84th year, Mr. G. Heron. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Death at Canterbury, in his 22nd year, Mr. T. Bridger, youngest son of Mr. Bridger, of Lympne. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
Death at Canterbury, Mr. W. Crawford, late a midshipman in the royal navy. This gentleman who appeared to be about twenty six years of age, and was a fine young man in person, shot himself through the head, in a fit of mental derangement, in his chamber at the White Horse Inn, in this city. - The Monthly Magazine 1803 pg. 595
"Shot himself through the heart, in a bed-room at the White-horse, in the High Street, Canterbury, a young gentleman, named W. Crawford, who, it appears, had been a midshipman in the royal navy." - The Annual Register 1803
Death, October 14th. At Canterbury, William SCOTT, esq. of the ancient family of Baliol Scotts, late of Scotts-hall, in Kent. A long account of the family, who traced their descent from the Baliols, kings of Scotland, may be found in Hasted's History of Kent. - The Annual Register 1803
William NELSON, D.D. to be canon prebendary of the metropolitan church of Canterbury. - The Annual Register 1803
Mr. LINDRIDGE of Herne to Mrs. DYESON of Canterbury.
At Canterbury, Mr. James WARREN, silversmith to Miss Elizabeth HOMERSHAM
At Town Malling, Mr. Charles MINTER, junior, butcher of Canterbury to Mrs. KETTLE.
At Canterbury, Mr. William MARSH chemist, to Miss Hester FANE.
At Canterbury, Mr. John TOWNSEND, of London, upholsterer, to Miss Sophia SANKEY, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas SANKEY, grocer.
At Canterbury, Mr. Edward T. BURROWS, of Dover, linen draper to Miss MARTIN
At Canterbury Mrs. BUCKLEY, wofe of Mr. BUCKLEY, silversmith, 48
Mr. M. KINGSFORD
Mr. SHARP, senior 69
At Canterbury, Mr. John SPRINGGETT, 64
William Webber SANKEY, esq.
Miss Anne BRETON, youngest daughter of Mr. Whitfield BRETON, 18
The infant son of the Rev. Philip Le Geyt.
Mr. Matthew MIETTE, woolcomber
At Canterbury, Mrs. TASSELL, late of Herne
Henry, son of William PEST, esq
Mrs. Abagail JONES, widow of Mr. John JONES, 55
Mr. Charles FRIEND, many years sword bearer to the corporation
Miss SKEATS, daughter of Mr. SKEATS organist of the Cathedral
Sir James MALCOLM, Bart., lately Lieutenant Governor of Sheerness
At Canterbury, Mrs BLOGG, while purchasing some goods in a shop, a bloodvessel suddenly burst in her leg, and occasioned her death within the space of five minutes, before any surgical assistance could be procured. Being far advanced in pregnancy, the Caesarean operation was performed, but without effect
*possible only....there was a burial of a Mary BLOGG, August 16, 1805 age 35 years, address not given, parish of All Saints (my notes)
Mr. T. MARCH, baker, whose premature death was occasioned by a most deplorable accident. He climbed, one evening, upon a part of the ruinious wall of St. Augustine's Monastery, to view an exhibition of fire-works in the inclosure, when a loose stone giving way, he was precipitated upon the jagged end of a piece of timber, which entered the lower portion of the back, and penetrated upwards into his body more than six inches. From this dreadful situation, however, he alone extricated himself at the same time withdrawing his clothes which had been forced into the wound, and walked more than a quarter of a mile to his own house; but the most skilful assistance could not prevent a mortification.
William L. HODGES, second son of Mr. John HODGES, solicitor, 12.
At the house of Mr. FEA, Mrs. WILKES who was for many years a nurse in several respectable families in this county, 63.
Mrs. BODY, 61
Mrs. PARREN, wife of Mr. PARREN tailor.
At Canterbury, Mrs. Elizabeth SHARP, sister of Jacob SHARP esq. of Barham, in this county, 31
Suddenly, Mr. WRIGHT
Mrs. Ann SALTWELL, Fruiterer, 96
Mrs. KEEN, wife of Mr. George KEEN, senior
August, 1806, death, Mrs. JONES, wife of William JONES. Mr. Alexander ROBINSON, 66. Mr. PHILPOT, 48. Mrs. HOWARD, wife of Mr. HOWARD of the White Hart. MM vol 22
Aug 1806 Married at Canterbury, William EVANS, esq. lieutenant in the Worchester Militia to Miss LAWRENCE, daughter of ...... Lawrence Esq. Captain CUMMING, of the 1st Surry militia, to Miss KINGSFORD, daughter of William KINGSFORD, esq. MM vol 22
October 1806, Married at Canterbury, Mr. Thomas CALL, to Miss Elizabeth MINTER. Captain Charles SOBER of the first regiment of dragoon guards, to Mrs. BYTHESEA, relict of the late Rev. G. Bythesea, of Whotham. MM vol 22
October, deaths at Canterbury. Mr. Taylor, of the Marquis of Granby Inn. Henry BRIDGER, esq. of Hythe. MM vol 22
Married, October, at Canterbury, Mr. H. Hilton, to Miss Oldman. The Universal Magazine 1806
Died at Canterbury, aged 90, Mrs. Martin. The Universal Magazine 1806
Married, July, at Canterbury, Mr. Amos to Miss Grace Collington. The Universal Magazine 1806
Died, August, at Canterbury, Mr. Mineard, formerly organist in that Cathedral. The Universal Magazine 1806
Bankruptcies August T. Pilcher, Canterbury, wheel-wright (Mount, Canterbury)- . The Universal Magazine 1806
Died, December, at Canterbury, Mr. Harris, of the Black Boy Inn. The Universal Magazine 1806
Married at Canterbury the Rev. W. Payler, of Heden, to Miss Maria Highmore, of Wincheap. The Universal Magazine 1806
Died at Canterbury, W. Pest, esq. The Universal Magazine 1806
Died, Mr. W. Gill, of the Orange-tree inn. The Universal Magazine 1806
Death of John Monins, esq. The Universal Magazine 1806
Charles Abbot was standing against the wall of the houses in Lamb Lane in the Parish of All Saints, to avoid the wheels of a passing cart. It was at the narrow part of the lane and a wheel of the cart went against his throat and ribs. April 16th. Coroner's Report. 1806, CCA-CC-C/5/1806/1
Death, December 1805, At Canterbury, Mr. William FREND, of the Flower de Luce Inn (Fleur dis Lis). MM vol 22
1806 Married at Margate, Thomas Kynwood BOWYEAR, esq. major of the Hereford militia, to Miss Le Geyt, grand daughter of the late Robert Le Geyt esq. of Canterbury. MM vol 22
Died, November, at Canterbury, aged 90, Mr. John Goodwin, formerly a quarter-master in the 3d dragoon guards. His habits were so singularly parsimonious, that he had secluded himself from the world nearly 14 years past, having never passed his threshold, nor suffered his window shutters to be opened during the whole time. He has left 50l to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital. The Universal Magazine 1806
Death, Sept 1806. At Canterbury, Mr. Samuel MINEARD, formerly organist in that cathedral; a man possessed of great musical abilities. He was the son of hte late Mr. John MINEARD, maltster, who died in 1790, and left, by will, if his son Samuel MINEARD should die without issues, 100l. to the stewards of the Moravian chapel, and 100l. to the stewards of the late Mr. Whitfields tabernacle; interst thereof to be given to the poor in Christmas week yearly 100l. to the Infirmary; and 100l to the Magdalen Hospital. Mrs. Lukyn, 82. Mr. Samuel BELFAY, 74. Mr. B. DURVAL, 48. MM vol 22
Died, at Canterbury Mr. Henry TRITTON, alderman, 32. Mr. HARRIS. Mrs. SALTER, wife of Mr. Robert SALTER of Margate. Mrs. LONGLEY. MM vol 22
December 26, 1806, After a painful illness, Henry TRITTON, esq. alderman and late mayor of Canterbury, Kent. GM vol 76
August 10, 1806 Found hanging in a store room in her own house, the wife of Mr. William GILES, a respectable farmer at Brotherhood Court, near Canterbury Kent. GM Vol 26 pt2
Death, November 11 at Wingham, in Kent in his 9th year, Mr. Richard PEMBLE. He was born at Elham in the same county, in June 1717; and after surviving an apprenticeship to a peruke maker at Canterbury by which he became entitled to the freedom of that city, settled about the year 1738 at Wingham; and from that period for more than a half a century, moved in the humble sphere of a village barber, without seeming to be conscious that Nature had given him talents which with proper cultivation might have fitted him for some of the most important stations of life.....etc.
Married at Canterbury (February), Mr. George Ash, Jun. to Miss (Ann) Culmer. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Married at Canterbury (February), Mr. Joseph Jacobs, of London, to Miss Esther Solomon. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Died at Canterbury (February), Mrs. Townsend, third daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Dr. T. formerly Dean of Norwich. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Died at Canterbury (February), Mr. John Baskerville, 70. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Died at Canterbury (February), Mr. John Emery, 66. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Died at Canterbury (February), Mr. Robert Furley, of the Mermaid Inn. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 99
Died at Canterbury (March), Mrs. Dodson, one of the sisters of St. John's Hospital, 81. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 198
Died at Canterbury (March), Mrs. F. Bolting, 77. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 198
Died at Canterbury (March), Mrs. Elizabeth Hambrook, 77. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 198
Died at Canterbury (March), Mrs. Ridout, relict of Mr. Thos. Ridout, 85. - The Monthly Magazine 1807 pg. 198
"Ecclesiastical Preferments - Rev. Nicholas Simons, M.A. St. Margaret R. in Canterbury, vice Champneys, resigned; and Minster V. in the Isle of Thanet, vice Dodsworth, dec." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1807
Death, at Canterbury June 1807 (see below) The Gentlemen's Magazine 1807
Mrs. Ann Marchant 84
Mr. Thomas Pettit
Mrs. Barrow, wife of Mr. Robert Barrow
Mrs. Lepine, wife of Mr. Charles Lepine, Senior, 58
Mrs. Sarah Reynolds, 84
Death March 31, 1807, at Canterbury, Charles ROBINSON, esq. aged 74, recorder of that city, and brother to the late lord ROKEBY. The Annual Register 1807
A farmer, near Canterbury, gave last week, a grand festival to his hop pickers as soon as they had finished their work; and distributed amongst them his old pickled pork and strong ale, with a hospitable hand. But, before the company departed, a large family silver spoon was missed, the suspicion fell, of course, upon some one or other of the guests. In vain did the lord of the feast intreat the restoration of his plate, and promise to think no more of the theft. All swore to their innocence, and no trace of the spoon could be discovered. At length, however, the farmer declared, that since no one would acknowledge and restore the spoon, he must have recorse to conjuring, in order to discover the thief. Accordingly, not the bird of Minerva, but a large black dunghill cock, was summoned from the poultry roost, and placed upon a table in the hall. A magic circle was drawn round him, with chalk; and after mumbling over him some cabalistical words, just as intelligible as the shanscrit to the guests, the nymphs in the festive parlour were desired to pass in succession, like Macbeth's kings; and each, as she passed, to stroke with her right hind the back of the sable chanticleer, and then to proceed onward to the next parlour, which was darkened. This done, the farmer followed them, with the cock, which he placed on another table; candles were brought; another magic circle encompassed the plumed oracle; another cabalistical incantation was uttered, and thrice the black emperor of the dunghill crowing annonced from his "shrill clarion" the spell completed. The nymphs were immediately ordered to hold up their right hands: nineteen appeared to be smutted with black; but the twentieth, a swarthy palm, though pure from blackness, proved that its owner, a sly young gipsy wench, was not equally pure from guilt. She tremblingly confessed the fact, produced the spoon, and begged forgiveness from the magician of the hop yard, acknowledging his superior skill in the black art. This miracle, like many others of great celebrity, was wrought by a simple stratagem; that of smearing the cock's back with lamp black and grease, and a strong reliance on the adage of Shakespeare, "that conscience makes cowards of us all;" and that, therefore, the real thief, in the superstition of her fears, would shrink, if possible, from the ordeal, and thus betray herself. The Annual Register 1807
"Died, July 20th, Aged 82, the Rev. Thomas Freeman, rector of St. Martin's, vicar of St. Paul's, and 47 years minor canon of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1807 (Historical Chronicle, for the year MDCCCVII Volume LXXVII, part the second
"Died, September 22, 1807, This morning a horse, which was drawing a cart filled with hops through Winchester? Street, Canterbury, suddenly took fright, and the driver losing all command of him, having no reins, the cart unfortunately crushed a poor travelling woman, named Woodman, against the side of a house, whereby she was so shockingly bruised as to cause her immediate death, leaving two children." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1807 (Historical Chronicle, for the year MDCCCVII Volume LXXVII, part the second
"October 4th, In Burgate Street, Canterbury, aged 67, Mr. John Cumming, attorney at law, and brother of Admiral James Cumming." The Gentleman's Magazine 1807
"Death, at Canterbury, the Rev. Joseph Price vicar at Littlebourn, Kent." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1807 (Historical Chronicle, for the year MDCCCVII Volume LXXVII, part the second
"Obituary (Sept) Aged 47, Mr. William Bristow, alderman of Canterbury, printer and bookseller, and treasurer of the Eastern parts of the county of Kent" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1808
"Death at Canterbury, in his 83rd year, Mr. William-Henry White" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1808
"Death in Castle Street, Canterbury, aged 79, Gilbert Knowler Esq." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1808
"Death - Aged 19, William Walker, a waggoner's mate. He was instantly killed by the falling in of a large quantity of chalk in a lime pit where he was at work, in the old Dover Road near Canterbury" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1808
"Marriage - At Betshanger, William-Fuller Boteler, esq. of Lincoln's inn, recorder of the city of Canterbury, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late James Leigh Joynes, esq. of Mount Pleasant, near Gravesend." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1808
"Bankruptcies (Feb. 16 to March 21, 1808 inclusive), H. Andrews, Seedsman, Canterbury. J. Palmer, Tailor, Canterbury" The Universal Magazine 1808
Married, November, at Canterbury, the Rev. William Bennett, vicar of Stone, in the Isle of Oxney, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the Rev. William Chafy, rector of Swallowcliffe. - The Monthly Magazine 1808
Died, November at Canterbury, Mr. Alderman Bristow, printer and bookseller, and treasurer of the eastern parts of the county, 47. He was many years proprietorof the Kentish Chronicle, and has bequeathed 100l. to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, and twenty guineas to the lying-in charity, lately established in this city. Mr. John Sequin, 86. Mr. James Powel, 79. Miss M. Iggulden, daughter of Mrs. Iggulden of the George Inn, 26. Mrs. Noad, 83. Mrs. Chapman, wife of Mr. William Chapman. - The Monthly Magazine 1808 *"Country Booksellers - GM vol. 9 - William Bristow, successor to the late S. SMITH, Canterbury"
Married at Canterbury, Sept. At Canterbury, C. J. G rss. esq. of Ramsgate, to Sophia, only daughter of Joseph Ainsley, esq. - The Monthly Magazine 1808
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Punnett, relict of Thomas Punnett esq. of Maidstone. Mrs. Springall. Mrs. Sarah Sladden, 74. - The Monthly Magazine 1808
Died at Canterbury, October, Charles Pout, eldest son of Mrs. Charles Pout, 18. Gilbert Knowler, esq. Married at Canterbury, Anthony Whiting, esq. of Boxley, to Miss Ann Prentis, youngest daughter of the late George Prentis, esq. of Maidstone. - The Monthly Magazine 1808
March 20 Bankrupts - John PALMER, Canterbury, Taylor, April 11, 12 and 30 at eleven at Guildhall, Canterbury, Attornies, Mr. Reynolds Folkestone or Mr. Jackson Grays Inn - The National Register 1808
Dividends April 12, Thomas PILCHER, Canterbury, Wheelwright, at twelve, at Guildhall, Canterbury - The National Register 1808
Dividends, April 22, William HACKER, Kent, builder, at eleven, at the Guildhall, Canterbury - The National Register 1808
Partnerships Dissolved - Horn GILES and James Tonge FARRIS, Canterbury, Butchers- The National Register 1808
May 22, Partnerships Dissolved - FRY and CUNNINGTON, Canterbury, Wool staplers- The National Register 1808
June 14, Partnerships Dissolved - PROCIER and JEFFERY, Canterbury, Coach Proprietors- The National Register 1808
July 13 Dividends, Giles GIMBER, Sandwich, Kent, Linen Draper, at nine at Guildhall, Canterbury - The National Register 1808
Dividends - August 16, Thomas LUCKHURST, Canterbury draper at eleven at Guildhall - The National Register 1808
Dividends, Dec 29. Henry ANDREWS, Canterbury, Seedsman, at ten at the Guildhall, Canterbury- The National Register 1808
November - Orders were on Wednesday last received for the 3d and 4th Dragoons stationed at Canterbury to hold themselves in readiness for immediate embarkation for Spain. Eight troops from each of these regiments are made subject to this order, and they are, as we have before stated to form the first heavy cavalry brigade under the command of Major General Payne. The 3d regiment is expected will commence its march to Portsmouth in the course of the ensuing week.- The National Register 1808
Bankruptcies Enlarged - John SANDERS, Canterbury, corn merchant, from Aug. 9 to Aug 23 at ten, at Guildhall London - The National register 1808
Harvey, Crane, Procier, and Jeffery, Canterbury, Coach Proprietors (Partnerships Dissolved) - The National register 1808
Fry and Cunnington, Canterbury, Wool Staplers (Partnership Dissolved) - The National register 1808
Dividends - August 16 - Thomas Luckhurst, Canterbury, Draper, at 11 at Guildhall.- The National register 1808
Horn GILES and James Tonge FARRIS, Canterbury, Butchers (Partnerships Dissolved) - The National register 1808
Dividends announced Henry Andrews, Canterbury, seedsman, Dec. 29. - The Monthly Magazine 1808 (Jan, 1809)
Jan 1809, marriage at Betshanger, William Fuller Boteler, esq. of Lincoln's inn, recorder of Canterbury, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late James Leigh Joynes, esq. of Mount Pleasant near Gravesend. - The Monthly Magazine 1809
1810 W. Fuller Boteler, esq. Recorder of Canterbury - The national religion the foundation of national education; a sermon. By Herbert Marsh
April 17th, died at Canterbury, Mrs. ADAMS, widow of Henry A. ADAMS, esq. of Mark Lane, London, attorney at law, and sister of the late Mr. S. JOHNSON, linen draper at Canterbury. GM
Death, May 1809, At her apartments in Mercery Lane, Canterbury, in her 90th year, Mrs. ROYLE, mother of Jos. ROYLE, esq. of that city, distiller. GM
Sept., died at Canterbury, Mr. Charles Collins. Mrs. Marsh. Mr. M'Callum, a dissenting preacher. Mrs. Piddock. Mr. John Philpot, 64. At Hearn Bay, Mr. Thomas Sturgess, of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1809
Oct., died at Canterbury, Henry Nicholl, esq. - The Monthly Magazine 1809
Bankrupts, between the 20th of September, and the 20th of October, Thomas Pierce, Canterbury, brazier (Plummer, Canterbury, and Nethersole and Portal, Essex street, Strand). - The Monthly Magazine 1809
November, marriage, at Canterbury, George Curling, esq. of London to Miss Abbott, daughter of John Abbott, esq. Died at Canterbury - Mr. W. Arnold, Mr. W. Harrison, 72, Thomas eldest son of Mr. Buckley, 24. Mr. J. N. Twyman of Whitstable, 32. At Chilham, Mrs. Bailey, of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1809
Bankruptcies, Sept 24 to Oct. 24, 1809 inclusive - T. Pierce, Canterbury, Brazier (Nethersole and Co. Essex-street). The Universal Magazine 1809
August 5th - Marriage at Canterbury, George CURLING, esq. of Hatton garden, to Miss Abbott, eldest daughter of John Abbot esq. of Canterbury. GM1809
Marriage, August 29th, Lieut. Huthname, of the R. Cornish Miners to Miss Maria Pittman, late of Dover, and niece to Capt. Hunt of Canterbury. GM1809
Death at the Deanry in Canterbury, aged 73, the Rev. Thomas Powys, D.D. dean of that cathedral, recotr of Fawley, Bucks, and of Silchester, Hants, and in the commission of the peace for the counties of Oxford and Buckingham. He was formerly of St. John's College, Oxford; M.A. 1760, B. and D.D. 1795. GM1809
Bankrupt, T. Pierce, Canterbury, Brazier. Att. Plummer, Canterbury The Literary Panoram 1810
"August 8th, 1810, An affray took place in Ruttington lane, Canterbury, this evening, between some soldiers of the Queen's Bays and the populace; the former having attempted to seize a young man whom they suspected to be a deserter from the Navy. Two of the soldiers were dreadfully wounded with a large knife; the one received two severe cuts in the left breast, and the other in the abdomen. They were both conveyed to the hospital, where they lie without hope of recovery." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1810
"Died May 4th at Canterbury, in his 78th year, John Lade, esq." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1811
"died May 16th at St. Thomas's hill near Canterbury, aged 84, Sarah, relict of the late Lieut. col. Charles Webb, greatly lamented by her relatives and friends. Her true piety, her unshaken faith, were, to her latest breath, her true comfort and support." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1811
"death 1809, Feb 23, at Canterbury, aged 74, Rev. John Riquiey, a truly respectable emigrant French priest, formerly Cure D'Espagnes, in the diocese of Amiens." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1811
"June 9th, 1811, death at Canterbury, Mr. Findlater Grant, son of W. Grant esq. of Scabank, near Nalrne, North Britain." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1811
"Death June 13 at St. Lawrence, near Canterbury, aged 77, J. Walker esq.." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1811
1812MM - A destructive fire lately broke out at Mr. FLOOD's Printing Office, Canterbury, which threatened great devastation in the City. Several houses were consumed.
"January - Death at Canterbury, Capt. Lamotte, 1st Royal Dragoons." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1812, pg. 92
"May 12 - Marriage - G. Baker, Esq. eldest son of J. B. Baker esq. M. P. for Canterbury, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Rev. Gerrard Andrewes, D.D. Dean of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1812 pg. 485
"Death at Canterbury, the wife of Herbert Packe, M.D. and daughter of the late John Browne, esq. of Mount Browne, Limerick." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1812
"Mr. Gostling (Rev.) was of Canterbury. His collections were sold at Langford's in 1778, under Mr. John White's inspection." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1812
"Marriage at Canterbury Mr. CHEVELE, of Canterbury to Miss PIERCE of Broadstairs." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Died, at Minorca, Mr. G. BRYDGES, of his Majesty's ship Malta, third son of Sir. E. BRYDGES of Lee Priory, near Canterbury. Though only fourteen years and four months old, he had served at sea five years and a half, principally in the Mediterranean." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"A new society has been established at Canterbury for the relief of the poor; it is entitled the Benevolent Society, and already consists of between four and five hundred members, chiefly ladies." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Died in the Cathedral Precincts, in her 87th year, Mrs. Duncombe, relict of the late Rev. John Duncombe, M.A. vicar of Herne, rector of St. Andrews and St. Mary Breadman, Canterbury, one of the six preachers of the cathedral. Mrs. Duncombe was the daughter of Joseph Highmore, esq. who was eminent in his profession as a painter, and in habits of friendships with the literary men of his age, from which circumstance, Mrs. D., before and after her marriage with Mr. D. one of the polite scholars of his day, became the friend and associate of hte most celebrated authors of her time. She lived beloved and respected, and died lamented by all wo had the happiness of knowing her. We shall be able to give a farther account of htis lady in a future number." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Married, Mr. T. LAWRENCE to Miss Eliza HACKER both of Canterbury" The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Deaths at Canterbury, Mrs. Knight, relict of T. Knight of Godmersham Park, esq. - Mrs. FRESHNER, wife of Mr. Charles FRESNER, 32. - Richard, eldest son of Mr. PEALL, Cathedral Precincts. - Richard KELLY, esq." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Marraige at Canterbury, Mr. J. W. UNDERDOWN, of Deal to Caroline LOOP, fourth daughter of Mr. W. LOOP, of Canterbury. Mr. James BEER, to Miss Mary Ann SMITH, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry SMITH." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Married at Canterbury, Mr. William STREDWICK, to Miss TILBEE. Mr. John JENKINS, of Margate to Miss GORE, only daughter of Mr. GORE of the same place." The Monthly Magazine 1812
"Death of Mrs. COLLARD, wife of Mr. Henry COLLARD, of Little Barton, near Canterbury" The Monthly Magazine 1812
Died at Canterbury - Mr. John SOUTHEE, one of the Alderman of that city, aged 56 - Mrs. SMITH, wife of Mr. J. SMITH, mace bearer for that city. - Aged 86, Mr. Wm. HUSSEY. At Longport, Canterbury, suddenly, Mr. Thomas RIGDEN, one of the brothers of Smith's hospital. The Monthly Magazine April 1812
Marriage - Mr. John BROWNING, to Miss Mary TERRY, both of Waltham, Kent. The Monthly Magazine April 1812
Bankruptcy,W. Gooch, Canterbury, Kent, Gunsmith (Lewis). - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 62
Bankruptcy, E. Pillow, Canterbury, Kent, Brewer (Hillyard and King). - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 63
Died at Canterbury (August), 48, Mr. R. Peall, of the precincts of Christ Church Canterbury; possessed of many good qualities, and much respected by his family and friends. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 89
Died at Canterbury, Capt. Beale, barrack-master. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 182
Died at Canterbury, Mr. John Lemon, writer. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 182
Died at Reed-house, near Rochester, 85, Mrs. Packe, widow of Christopher Packe M.D. of Canterbury. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 183
Died at Canterbury (October), In St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 81, Mr. John Reader. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 282
Died at Canterbury (October), 68, Mrs. Elizabeth Ashman, one of the sisters of St. John. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 282
Died at Canterbury (November), 19, Mr. O. Couchman. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), 79, Mrs. Hardy, of Castle-street. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), Mrs. Hart. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), 72, Mr. W. Booth. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), 31, Mrs. Flint. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), Mrs. Wilds, much lamented. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), 59?, Mrs. Ann Bates. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (November), 16, Miss Ann Badcock. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 374
Died at Canterbury (January 1814), Mrs. Hart, of St. George's Street. - The Monthly Magazine 1813 pg. 565
"Death at Canterbury, aged 76, Mrs. Bunce, relict of Rev. Wheler Bunce vicar of St. Clement's, Sandwich." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1814
"In Sidmouth-place, the wife of Nicholas Simons, esq. youngest son of Rev. Mr. Simons of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1814
"March 23. In Wincheap, near Canterbury, in her 64th year, Mrs. Sarah Highmore. She was the second unmarried daughter of Anthony and Anne Maria Highmore, of the same place, both deceased. Her mind was richly endowed with liberal and religious knowledge, she had learnt very early in life to think for herself, and to act upon the purest principles; and in these she was zealously attached to the Established Church; a retired disposition lead her into the pursuits and habits of reflection, without being chargeable with any natural reserve for to those whom she intimately loved, she was always frank and communicative; her literary attainments constituted for her a rich source of pleasurable occupation and relief, during the greater part of a long life, devoted to the affecitonate duties attendant upon those most dear to her, whose declining health and years afforded her ample excercise for the sympathies of filial and fraternal love. The benevolence of her mind far outbalanced the limits of her slender fortune; but regularity and prudence enabled her to indulge in the luxury of doing good in the circle of her own neighbourhood; and some of the objects of her bounty have not been forgotten in her Will. This tribute to her merit may be reviewed without fear of controversy; and if she deserved sublunary praise, how grateful to her surviving relatives is the anticipation of her future reward!" The Gentlemen's Magazine 1814
February, death at Canterbury, Mary, wife of J. V. JACOB, esq. The Gentlemen's Magazine 1814
May 14, death at Canterbury, Mrs. THWENG, relict of G. Thweng esq. of Heworth, daughter of the late-----Rotton, esq. of Duffield, near Derby." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1814
Died at Canterbury, Mr. J. SPENCER. - Mrs. SIMMONDS - 50, Mr. W. PHILPOT. - 25, Mr. Wm. PEARSON, by an accident.
A penny-a-week society at Canterbury, has, this winter, relieved 359 poor women with coals and clothing, at a cost of 208l.
The Monthly Magazine FEB 1815
Married at Canterbury, Mr. John LUCKHURST, of Ashford to Miss Sarah WOODGATE. Mr. G. MERRYWEATHER, to Miss TAYLOR, both of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury, George, the eldest son of the late Mr. G. CHITTENDEN, of Boughton under Blean. - 70, Mr. Henry BUCKTON, attorney at law.
The Monthly Magazine MARCH 1815
Married, Mr. Edward SMITH of the Archbishop's Palace Canterbury to Miss HARVEY of Sturry. M. Henry BOLDIN of Lisle, in French Flanders to Miss CLARIS of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury, 62, Mr. John PALMER - Mrs. SNELLING. - 86, Mrs. WHITE. - 81, Mr. Thos. BRADFORD. - Mr. NORWOOD.
The Monthly Magazine APRIL 1815
Died at Canterbury, 73, Mrs. Ann GEORGE. - Eliza, second daughter of Wm. FREND, esq. - After a painful illness, Mrs. SERVANTE. - Universally respected, the lady of John BAKER, esq. M.P. for this city. - 25, Mr. Joseph IGGULDEN.
The Monthly Magazine MAY 1815
June, Married, Mr. E. HOLTBURN, to the only daughter of Mr. Alderman POUT, of Canterbury. Rev. J. WILLIAMS of Canterbury, to Miss SMALLWOOD, of Mile end road, London. Jeremiah TERRY esq. of Romper's hall to Miss Ann HEAVER, of WROTHAM. Mrs. Charles Edmund GORDALL of Normanton, Notts, to Miss BATES, of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury - Mr. J. CLARIS, 81
Mrs. PAINE, 75
Mr. RIQUEBOURGH, one of the brothers of St. John's Hospital
Mr. John HARVEY, 78
Mr. John SNELLING, another brother of St. John's Hospital
28, Mrs. ROLTE
The Monthly Magazine JUNE 1815
July Married, Mr. Thomas JULL to Miss DICKES, both of Canterbury. Mr. Edward KINGSFORD of Bethanger to Miss BALDOCK of Dover. Mr. HOGBEN to Miss UNDERDOWN of Canterbury. Mr. George HOMERSHAM, to Miss Frances WILTSHIRE, of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury - Mr. AVERY - 71, Mr. John JOHNSTONE - 68, Mr. John PIERCE - 95, Mrs. BROWNE. - 73, Mr. W. OVENDEN. - The Rev. Edw. WALSBY, D.D. - Mrs BING. - 77, Mr. Bobt. ROUSE. - 24, Mr. Henry BIRCH. - 80, Mrs. BUCKTON.
The Monthly Magazine JULY 1815
"Death at Canterbury, Eliza, second daughter of Richard Frend, esq." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1815
"Death, July 13, at Canterbury, in his 77th year, Austin Piety, esq." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1815
"Death at Mr. Pickering's, Hackney, Middlesex, aged 63, his surviving sister, Miss E. L. Pickering; and on the 28th, aged 94, his mother, Mrs. Mary Pickering, widow and relict of T. W. Pickering, esq. of Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1815
Singular Shooting Match - A shooting match recently took place in Barton Mill Fields, between Mr. E. Saxby and Mr. T. Kingsford, of Canterbury, who were to shoot at martens and swallows only; the former was to have twelve shots, the latter only six, and to keep his left hand in his pocket whilst shooting. The match was won by the latter, who killed four birds out of six, which, considering the confinement of his left hand, was a most extraordinary feat. Mr. Saxby killed but two birds in twelve shots, and using both hands. - Sporting Magazine May 1827
Died at Canterbury, January 1814:
Mr John Jervis, 66
Mrs. Sarah Gadesby, 76
Mr. Le Gasset, 76
Mr. Edward Philpot, 74
Mr. Joseph Watkins, 75
Mrs. Ann Hudson, 66
Mrs. Mary Wilby, 70
The Monthly Magazine, 1814
MM vol 40 1815/1816
Married Mr. SANKEY, to Miss AUSTIN. Mr. William LEPINE to Miss HAWKER, all of Canterbury. Mr. HURST of Canterbury, to Miss M. SIMMONDS, of Broadstairs. Died at Canterbury 82, Mr. Samuel GILES. The wife of William CARTER, M.D. 59, Mrs. Margaret FOORD. 38, Mrs GAMMON. 84 Mrs. Elizabeth KNEFTON. 75, Mr. John WILLIAMSON, surgeon apothecary, and senior surgeon to the Kent and Canterbury Hospital from its first institution, and for some years past treasurer to the Kent Medical Benevolent Society.
Married Mr. A. CUTHBERT to Miss Harreit THOMPSON. Mr. POWELL, to Miss Sarah CLOAKE; all of Canterbury. Mr. HOPLEY of Sturry to Miss PRATT of Canterbury. Died at Canterbury, the Rev. W. STRONG rector of Norton, and one of the six preachers of the cathedral. 82, Mr. Clement COURT. Mrs. James IRWIN. 72, Mrs. WOOLCOT. Mrs. BROOKS, leaving seven children. This poor woman was employed in picking hops two days before her death, and having some of her children with her, a dog flew at one of them, and bit the child, which so alarmed the mother that she died from excessive fright.
Died at Canterbury, Jane, the daughter of E. SERVANTE, esq.
Married. Mr. COWLAND of Canterbury to Miss WHITE of Murston. Died at Canterbury, 44, the wife of Mr. George MERRYWEATHER. Lieut. Charles DARBY of the artillery.
Married. Mr. Richard FOURRE to Miss Mary RUSSELL both of Canterbury. Died at Canterbury, Mr. John IRONS. Mr. James GORELEY, 92, Mrs. Elizabeth DELO. Mr. LEPINE.
Population of Canterbury 10,200
Married Mr. Thomas ROUSE to Mrs. BURROWS; Mr. Henry SMITS to Miss DIXON; all of Canterbury. Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Eleanor PACKE. The relict of the Rev. Edward WALSBY, D. D. 57, Mr. Daniel TOMLIN. 30, Mrs. LAMB. 50, Mr. TINCH, 21, Mr. W. HANREE.
Bankruptcies between 20th of Oct and the 20th of Nov. 1815. W. POOL, Canterbury, shoe maker (Peirce)
Died at Rochester, Mrs. Baker, late proprietor of the Canterbury, Rochester, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells and Faversham Theatres. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg. 273
Birth at Canterbury, the lady of Major Wallace, of three girls. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 82
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Walsby, relict of the Rev. Dr. Walsby. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 82
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Gregory, relict of the Rev. Wm. Gregory master of Eastbridge Hospital. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 82
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Lawrence, 36. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 177
Died at Canterbury, Mr. J. Shepherd. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 177
Died at Canterbury, Mr. Kirk, many years inspector of hides. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816, pg 177
Dividends - Z. Fry, Canterbury, Woolstapler, Feb 27 - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Died at Canterbury, The Rev. Thomas Spencer, one of the minor canons of the Cathedral and vicar of Halston - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Death at Canterbury, Mrs. Kirkby - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Death at Canterbury, Mrs. Mary Wootton, 68 - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Death at Canterbury, Elizabeth Southee, wife of Mr. Thomas Southee - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Death at Canterbury of Mr. Ralph, 48 - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Dividends, C. Leese, Canterbury, Druggist, May 28 - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Certificates, J. Cock, Canterbury, Draper, June 8 - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(FEB) Died at Canterbury, the wife of Mr. William Proctor. - 57, Mrs. Susanna Smith, regretted. - 91, Mrs. Adams. 22, Mrs. Sack. Mr. Hunns. 86, Mrs. Court. 57, Miss Carter, much respected. Mrs. Kirkby. - 63, Mr. J. Thomas. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(FEB) Married. Mr. George Boyle to Miss Jane Craden: Mr. William Thomas to Miss Connor: Mr. Edward Homersham, to Miss Wiltshier; all of Canterbury. Mr. Thomas Stone of London to Miss Amelia Mate of Canterbury. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(MARCH) Married. Mr. Edward Stacey, of Canterbuy to Miss Mollins of Dover. Mrs. John Budden of Canterbury to Miss Elizabeth Dalton, of Walworth. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(MARCH) Died at Canterbury, 83, Mr. Thomas Taylor. - 25, Mr. William Goldfinch. 75, Mrs. James White. Miss Louisa Mantle. 88, Mrs. Jane Baker. 36, the widow of Mr. George Laurence.- The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(MARCH) Death at Sittingbourne Mrs. TERRY - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
In Kent, not only the wages of labourers of husbandry, but also in all mechanical trades such as blacksmiths, masons, wheelwrights, &c. have been reduced one fifth. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(APRIL) Died at Canterbury, 71, Mr. J. Armstrong. - 36, the wife of Mr. Capon Weekes - Mrs. Potter - 46, Mr. James Darke. In St. Dunstan's, 79, Mrs. Strouts. Mrs. Kenney. - Mrs. Benford. In Wincheap Street, Harriet, wife of Mr. John Dombrain. This unfortunate young woman, in the absence of her friends, took the fatal resolution of destroying herself, which she accomplished by suspending herself from the banisters of the staircase, by a silk handkerchief. When cut down, the vital spark was quite extinct. It appreared that the deceased was subject to temporary derangement; in a fit of which, it is supposed she committed the fatal act. The deceased was a young woman of most excellent disposition, and amiable manners, and had only been married a few days; her death is sincerely lamented by her family and friends.- The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(MAY) Married. Mrs. W. S. Loop, to Mrs. E. Barwick both of Canterbury. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(MAY) Died at Canterbury, 78, the Rev. Christopher Naylor. 80, Mr. John Baker. Mr. Charles Linton. 50 (30?), Mr. John Hill, junior one of the Common Council of this city. Thomas Spencer, vicar of Halstow. 86, Mr. Philip Payton, much respected. 95, Mrs. Carrow. At an advanced age, Mrs. Sarah Hill. 32, Mr. W. Fortune. Capt. Loftie, of hte East India Company's Service- The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(JUNE) Died at Canterbury, in an advanced age, Mrs. Westbridge. In Broad Street, 64, Mrs. Elizabeth Southee. 68, Mrs. Mary Wootton, much regretted.. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(JUNE) Marriages. Mr. George Stubberfield, of Wincheap, to Miss Elizabeth Hockless of Canterbury. At Thanington, Mr. J. Cape to Miss Sarah Foord.- The New Monthly Magazine 1816
(JULY) Married. Liet. William Scudamore, R.N. to Miss Catherine Ann Hudson. Mr. George Wood, to Miss Eliza Friend all of Canterbury. Mr. M. Lara, of Ramsgate, to Miss Sarah Mendes De Costa, of Stward Street, Spital Square London. - The Monthly Magazine 1816
(JULY) Died at Canterbury, 31, Mr. John Beasley. 55, Mr. John Bills. - The New Monthly Magazine 1816
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. THORNTON, wife of Mr. THORNTON, Surgeon, Mr. William WILCOX, MR. J. DE LASAUX, 85 pg 466 (at Dover Mr. EATES)
Married at Canterbury, Mr. Robert AVARN, to Frances daughter of Mr W. FOWLER, of Willesborough. pg 466
Married at Canterbury, Mr. T. COOPER, son of John COOPER, esq. Mayor of that city to Miss SANKEY, daughter of Mr. Alderman SANKEY pg 271
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Eliz. BROOKE, 50. Mrs HILLS, 95, Mr. William SEGUIN. pg 271
Married at Canterbury, Mr. George BUCKLEY to Miss FLETCHER pg.553
Died at Canterbury, Mr. William LUDDINGTON, land surveyor, 27. Samuel TAYSUM, esq. 68. Mr. John SPRATT, 66. Mr. John ATKINS, bookseller, 72. pg 553
Married at Canterbury, Peter PENELL, esq. to Harriet, daughter of J. E. WATSON, esq.
Died At Rochester, on his way to Canterbury, Mr. John CLARKE, one of the proprietors of the Union Coaches. Mr. Jos. HAWKINS, many years master of the Free School, 87. pg 368
At Canterbury, Mr. Robert DRAPER, printer, 57 pg 368
Died at Canterbury, Anne relict of Robert T. PYOTT, esq. 84. Mrs. Elizabeth TYLER, 6 pg 173
Hugh REVELEY (architect) storey re: Canterbury page 327 1816
DIVIDENDS - D. RADFORD, plumber (Pierce)
BANKRUPTS - H. SUTHERLAND, Milliner (Nutt) pg 281
BANKRUPTS (from Nov 22, to Dec 22 incl) D. GRIFFITHS, draper (Parton, Walbrook)
Marriage - William CARTER M.D. of Canterbury to Sophia third daughter of the late Samuel HOLWORTHY, Esq. of Elsworth Hall, Cambridgeshire.
Rev. J. REEVES to be one of the six preachers of Canterbury Cathedral
Rev. J. METCALFE to be a minor canon of Canterbury Cathedral.
Dissolutions of Partnership, from Tuesday, November 28, to Tuesday, December 23, 1817 - C. Bradley and R. Sowdon, Canterbury, Linen drapers - The European Magazine
"Married - Mr. William Tanner, to Miss Elizabeth Cook. - Mr. James Lefevre, to Miss Sarah Coe. Mr. Thomas Brett, to Miss Mary Small: all of Canterbury.
Died at Canterbury, in St. Paul's Street, 63, Mrs. Mantell. - 84, Mrs. Fisher." MM1817
"Died at Canterbury, in St. Margaret's street, 46, Mr. Edward Goldfinch, deservedly respected. - 45, Mr. John Trimnell. - In Northgate Street, Mrs. Burrows." MM1817
"Married. Mr. James Clark, to Miss Dorothy Stokes, both of Dover. Lieut. Col. Holmes, of the 3d dragoon guards, to Elizabeth Jemima, daughter of Sir Egerton Brydges, of Lee Priory. - Mr. C. Byron, to Miss Elizabeth Brett, both of Faversham. Mr. William Tooth, junior to Miss Fulcher, both of Cranbrook. - Mr. C. Timson, to Miss Ann Walker; - Mr. John Hook, to Miss Mary Hook: all of Tenterden." MM1817
"Married. Mr. John James Williamson, to Miss Creed. - Mr. Chambers, to Miss M. L. Vennall: all of Canterbury. Mr. D. Peake, to Miss Smithett; both of Dover. Mr. John Hodges, of Canterbury, to Miss Harriet Marsh of Leeds." MM1817
"Married. At Canterbury, Mr. F. HOPPER to Miss M. B. GOLDFINCH, of Howth. Mr. G. JENKINS, of Hythe to Miss DOMBRAIN.
Died at Canterbury, Mrs. PAYLER, relict of the late Rev. W. Payler. In St. Alphage, 72, Mr. J. LONDON.
"Married. Mr. J. Humphrey, of Ashford, to Miss Ann How, of Canterbury." MM1817
"Died at Canterbury, in Cogan's house, Margaret, widow of the Rev. Thomas JOHNSON. 57, Mr. James GRANT of King's Bridge.
"Married at Canterbury - Mr. William TANNER to Miss Elizabeth COOK. Mr. James LEFEVRE to Miss Sarah COE. Mr. Thomas Brett, to Miss Mary Small, all of Canterbury. - The Rev. James Halke, vicar of Selling, to Miss Mary Starr, of the Precincts, Canterbury.." MM1817
"Died at Canterbury, in St. Paul's Street, 63, Mrs. MANTELL. 84, Mrs. FISHER. In Stour Street, 94 Mrs. Sarah DERING. In Castle street, 78 Mr. NEAME.
"Married at Canterbury, Mr. F. Hopper, to Miss M. B. Goldfinch of Howth. - Mr. G. Jenkins, of Hythe, to Miss Dombrain." MM1817
"Died at Canterbury - Mrs. Payler, relict of the late Rev. W. P. - In St. Alphage, 72, Mr. J. London." MM1817
"Married, Mr. Thomas BRETT, to Miss Mary SMALL, both of Canterbury. The Rev. James HALKE, vicar of Selling, to Miss Mary STARR, of the Precincts, Canterbury." MM vol 44
"Died at Canterbury, Sir R. Salisbury, bart. - In Stour Street, 94, Mrs. Sarah Dering. - In Castle Street, 78, Mr. Neame, deservedly regretted. In St. Dunstan's 80, Mr. Edward Bolton, generally respected. In Palace Street, Mrs. Philpot." MM1817
"Death at Canterbury, at her father's house, Mrs. Monins, wife of Rev. J. Monins, of Ringwold." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818
"At Hertford, Rev. A. Bush, rector of St. Mary's Canterbury." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818
"Ecclesiastical Preferments - Rev. John Francis, St. Mildred and All Saints R. Canterbury, vice Whitaker, dec." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818 *Death, October 14th. On Bread Street Hill, aged 68, Rev. E.W. Whitaker, rector of St. Mildred's Bread Street, and All Saints, Canterbury. He was the son of Serjeant Whitaker, and received his education at Christ Church, Oxford. Among the productions of his pen, which are numerous and valulable, may be reckoned the following viz. "Family Sermons, and Sermons on Education;" "Four Dialogues on the Doctrine of the Trinity;" A commentary onthe Revelations of St. John; A dissertation on the Prophecies relating to the Restoration of the Jews; An Abridgement of Universal History; &c. But the most lasting monument, as well of his talents, as his kind affections, is The Refuge for the Destitute, of which he was the planner, founder, and joint treasurer.
"Ecclesiastical Preferments - Rev. H. J. Todd, M.A. appointed by his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, one of the Six Preachers in Canterbury Cathedral." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818
"Births - lately at Canterbury, Countess Munster, of twin daughters." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818
"Marriage at Canterbury, Major A. Munro, R.A. to Mrs. Taylor, widow of the late Lieut. Col. Taylor, 20th light drag. and eldest daughter of John Baker, esq." The Gentlemen's Magazine 1818
"Marriage at Canterbury, Mr. Turmain to Miss Elizabeth Gilham, both of Canterbury." The Monthly Magazine 1818
"Marriage of Major J. Wright of the Marines to Miss Coltham, of Canterbury." The Monthly Magazine 1818
Died at Canterbury, 74, Mrs. Sarah Drayson and at an advanced age, Mrs. Le Geyt, widow of Robert Le Geyt, esq. The Monthly Magazine 1818
"T.S. commmunicates the following anecdote relative to the late Lord Rokeby: " When he represented the city of Canterbury, nearly fifty years ago, he laid a wager of 10l. with the late Alderman Simmons, of that city, that they both should live to see the day when the Bank of England would refuse to pay cash for their own notes. About thirty years after, the Bank suspended cash payments; and his Lordship, when upwards of eighty years of age, rode on his poney from Norton to Canterbury, publicly to demand his wager at the market table of the Alderman, which was instantly paid. At his death upwards of 40,000 guineas were found in his house."
The Gentlemen's Magazine 1819
"Bankruptcies, announced between the 1st and 31st of May, 1819 - R. Snowden, Linen Draper, Canterbury."
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 1819
August, Marriage of Mr. H. Gray to Miss H. Fletcher both of Canterbury. The Monthly Magazine 1819
August, Died at Canterbury, 86, Mrs. S. Shrubsole.
Mr. W. Baldock, age 44
Miss Caroline Purling
Mr. E. Fisher
The Monthly Magazine 1819
Died at Canterbury, 74, Mrs. E. Andrews The Monthly Magazine 1819
Died at Canterbury Mr. J. Rowden age 60. The Monthly Magazine 1819
Marriage of Mr. J. Austin of Canterbury to Miss C. Cullen of Sturry. The Monthly Magazine 1819
Sept, Died at Canterbury, Mrs. J. Wright. The Monthly Magazine 1819
Sept, Died at Canterbury, 73, Mr. T. Birch. The Monthly Magazine 1819
Sept, Married - Mr. G. Lewin of Canterbury to Miss Cross of Dover.
Mr. T. Boorman, of Canterbury to Miss E. Swinyard of Sandwich.
Mr. J. Harris of Biddenden, to Miss A. Maythorn of Canterbury.r.
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October, Died at Canterbury.
At Oaten Hill, 70, Mrs. J. Simmonds, much lamented.
In Northgate Street, 52, Mrs. E. Adams
Died at Margate, Miss Denne, of St. George's Place, Canterbury.
Mr. H. Marsh to Mrs. E. Penfold.
Mr. Tuffihill to Miss L. Hacker, all of Canterbury.
Lieut. Pearson, R.N. to Miss J. Wood of Canterbury.
Mr. W. Hobday, of Canterbury to Miss Carter of Boughton.
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*there was a Bankrupt (From Sat Jan 28th, 1815 to Tuesday, February 21st, 1815
W. HOBDAY, Canterbury, Plumber, March 11, Guildhall, Canterbury. (Collett and Co. Chancery Lane). Jan 28
A new and improved stage coach has recently been started by Messrs. Miles and Minter, of Canterbury. The body is placed in the centre part of hte carriage; the inside is divided into four parts, giving to each passenger a separate seat; the outside seats for twelve passengers are equally commodious.
Married, Mr. J. Perkins to Mrs. M. Holtum both of Canterbury.
Married, Mr. W. Parker of Canterbury to Miss George, of Eastwell.
Died at Canterbury
Mr. G. Simpson
In Church Street, 46, Mr. Richardson.
Mr. Francis suddenly.
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