19th Century Births, Marriages, Deaths in Newspapers

Births in the newspapers

Source: Gale Group 19th Century British Newspapers and The Times Digital Archive

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, April 1, 1870

Born at Newcastle, in Westmoreland terrace, on the 26th ult, a daughter to Mrs John Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, July 15, 1881

Birth at 49 Cambridge street, Newcastle on the 8th inst, to the wife of Joseph H. Wanless, a daughter

Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle etc (Portsmouth, England), Saturday, December 31, 1887

Birth on the 23rd inst at Bareilly, Robileund, a son to the wife of Lieut. R. Wanless Smith (Scottish Rifles).

The Times, Saturday, Oct 24, 1936;

21 Oct, a son, at Hong-kong, to Lieut. E.O. Wanliss and Doreen nee Costobadie

Marriage notices in the newspapers

Source: Gale Group 19th Century British Newspapers

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, May 7, 1803

Married last week at Tynemouth, Lieut. John Kelley of the Royal Navy, to Miss Wanlass, of Queen street, Dockwray Square

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, July 3, 1819

Married the 26th ult. at Stockton, Mr Thomas Wanless, of London, currier, to Miss Jackson, daughter of Mr Richard Jackson, of the former place.

The Morning Chronicle (London, England), Monday, October 1, 1827

Married on Saturday the 29th ult, at St. Andrew’s, Holborn, Wm. Haynes, Esq. of Trinity-square, Newington, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Wanless, of Hatton-garden, late of Hereford.

[This also ran on Friday, October 5, 1827 and also in Jackson’s Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, October 6, 1827]

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, April 12, 1828

Married on the 6th inst, at Houghton-le-Spring, Mr Whitfield Burnett, of Newbottle, grocer, to Ann, second daughter of the late Mr Luke Wanless, of the same place.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), November 27, 1830

Married on Tuesday last at Sunderland, Mr Joseph Wanless to Miss Isabella Hunter, both of that place.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, June 18, 1831

Married the 13th inst at Bishopwearmouth, Mr William Wandlass to Miss Elizabeth Taylor, both of that place.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, February 22, 1834

Married on the 17th inst, Mr Thomas Wanless to Miss Ann Marshall, at Sunderland

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, July 12, 1834

Married on the 8th inst at Monkwearmouth, Mr Joseph Bland to Miss Jane Wanless, both of Sunderland.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, November 1, 1834

Married at Stockton on the 28th ult, Mr Edward Wanlass to Miss Sarah Willis.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 19, 1837

Married the 16th at Sunderland, Mr William Wanless to Miss Jane Bolton.

The Manchester Times and Gazette (Manchester, England), Saturday, July 22, 1837

Married, lately, at Gawsworth, Cheshire, Joshua Paul Wanless, Esq., to Martha, niece of Christopher Moorhouse, Esq. of Congleton.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, January 4, 1839

Married the 31st at Sunderland Church, Mr Matthew Wanless Thompson to Miss Mary Rowell, all of Sunderland.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, March 8, 1839

Married the 25th ult. at Darlington, Mr Thomas Wandless to Miss Ann Nicholson.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, February 7, 1840

Married the 1st inst at St John’s in this town, Mr John Wanlass, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr John Rontree of Bishop Middleham in the county of Durham.

The Times, Saturday, Aug 22, 1840

Married on the 19th inst at Odiham, Hants. by Rev. Charles Day, Mr Edward White of Greywell to Isabella Fenwick, youngest child of the late Mr Mark Wanlace, formerly of Grange cottage near Basingstoke.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), 11 Jun 1841

Married at Bishopwearmouth Church, on the 5th inst, Mr. John Wandless to Miss Elizabeth Taylor

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), 12 Nov 1841

Married at Mitford on the 3rd inst, Mr. Launcelot Murton to Miss Isabella Wanlass, of Newton

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, August 20, 1847

Married at Lanchester on the 14th inst, Mr Robert Wanlass to Miss Jane Bulmer, both of Castlesides near Cold Rowley.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, March 4, 1853

Married at Kirkwhelpington, lately, Mark, only son of Mark Wandless, Esq. of Cambo South House, to Catherine, second daughter of Thos. Henderson, Esq. of Capheaton Park Head.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, January 18, 1856

Married at Sunderland on the 14th inst, Mr Edward Cready Reed to Miss Jane Wandlass.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, June 6, 1856

Married at Cambo on the 21st ult, Mr William Marshall, veterinary surgeon, of North Middleton, to Miss G.E. Wanlace, 3rd daughter of Mr George Wanlace, Cambo, Saugh House.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, August 15, 1856

Married at South Shields St. Hilda’s on the 9th inst, Mr William Wanless, mariner, to Miss Agnes Parkins.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, January 1, 1858

Married at Richmond parish church on the 24th ult, Mr Matthew Ilee of Littlethorpe near Ripon, farmer, to Miss Wanless, daughter of the late Mr Wm. Wanless, painter.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, April 16, 1858

Married at Newcastle All Saints church on the 3rd inst, Mr George Wilson, of this town, to Miss Ellen Wanlass, of Wallsend.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, Jan 7, 1859

Married at Bishopwearmouth St. Thomas on the 1st inst, Mr William Surtees, shipwright, to Miss Mary Ann Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 24, 1861

Married at Tynemouth parish church on the 18th inst, Mr Peter Wanless to Miss Ann Wardle.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 8, 1861

Married in the Primitive Methodist Chapel at North Shields, on the 31st ult, Mr Robert Campbell to Miss Jane Ann Wanless, both of West Cramlington.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, December 13, 1861

Married at Sunderland church on the 8th inst, Mr Robert Wanless to Miss Mary Cartledge.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), 29 Oct 1862

Married on 23 inst in St John’s Church, Newcastle, by the Rev. Mr. Wright, Captain Wanless of the “Queen of London”, to Margaret Hutchieson, relict of the late Mr Robert Hutchieson, mate of the “Strathdon” of Aberdeen.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 28, 1862

Married at Ballarat, Australia, on the 6th Sept, Mr. Jos. Wanlace to Anne, daughter of Mr William Dinning, of Warkswood, formerly of Belsay.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 22, 1863

Married at Cambo on the 14th inst, Mr Cuthbert Henderson, Cambo, to Isabella Mary, youngest daughter of Mr George Wanlace, Saugh House

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, July 23, 1869

Married at Cambo church on the 21st inst, Mr John Brown of Cambo, to Miss Hannah, second daughter of the late George Wanless, Esq. of Cambo Saugh House

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, August 23, 1872

Married at Christ Church, Shieldfield, on the 19th inst, George Wanless, grocer and provision merchant, to Grace Montgomery Brown, both of Wallsend.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, April 18, 1873

Married at Earsdon on the 10th inst, Robert Hann, son of William Hewison of East Holywell, to Eleanor, daughter of Joseph Wanless, Backworth Colliery.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Thursday, February 25, 1875

Married 22 Feb at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Bishop Auckland, Mr John Johnston to Miss Margaret Wanless, both of Crook.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Thursday, April 19, 1877

Married at the Hall street chapel, Barnard Castle, Mr Jonathan Brown to Miss E.A. Wandless, both of Barnard Castle

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Thursday, May 24, 1877

Married May 22 at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Bishop Auckland, Mr William Brotherton, professor of music, to Miss Mary Wandless Wilson, both of Bishop Auckland

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 3, 1882

Married at Marlborough Crescent Chapel on the 1st inst, Richard Mayne to Isabella Wanless, both of Newcastle

The Times, Saturday, Jul 24, 1915

Married 22 July 1915 at Cottingham parish church, George Lee, son of Mr. T. Wanless, to Enid, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip H. Selfe.

The Times, Tuesday, Apr 17, 1934

Engagement of Ewen O. Wanliss, East Lancashire Regiment, son of the late Lieut. Col. C. Wanliss and Mrs Wanliss, Vevey, Switzerland, and Doreen, younger daughter of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. E.G. Costobadie, Trederwen Hall, Llansantffraid, Montgomeryshire. [Married 5 Jan 1935 – Ewen Ormerod Wanliss to Alice Laura Doreen Costobadie, at Holy Trinity, Brompton, per the Times 8 Jan 1935]

The Times, Wednesday, May 29, 1946

Engagement of Major E.O. Wanliss, East Lancashire Reg’t, son of the late Col. C. Wanliss, O.B.E. and Mrs Wanliss, of Vevey, Switzerland, and Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. N.J. Bryce-Smith and Mrs Bryce-Smith of Lytham, Lancs.

The Times, Thursday, Dec 09, 1948

Married 7 Dec 1948 at Shrewsbury, Donald Hull to Doreen Wanliss nee Costobodie.

The Times, Tuesday, Jan 21, 1969

18 Jan 1969 – Christopher, only son of Major E.O. Wanliss-Orlebar and Mrs. D. Hull to Judith, eldest daughter of Mr Desmond McCafferty and the late Mrs McCafferty

Death Notices

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, March 13, 1824

Died on the 2nd inst, Margaret Wanless, age 73.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, October 25, 1828

Died on the 22nd inst. at Denton-Burn, near this town, Mr. John Wanliss, blacksmith

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, Feb 21 1835

Died the 16th inst in Wapping Street, aged 81, Mrs Mary Wanlis, of South Shields.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, February 17, 1837

Died the 15th inst, at Houghton-le-Spring, aged 85, Mr John Wandless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 18, 1838

Died the 15th, in Forth Street, Rachael, infant daughter of Mr Thomas Wanless of this town

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, June 5, 1840

Died, at Sunderland, in Mariner’s lane, on the 27th ult, aged 86, Mr John Wanless, butcher

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, Dec 25, 1840

Died, at Sunderland, in Mariner’s lane, on the 15th inst, aged 65, Mrs Ann Wanless.

Lloyd’s Weekly London Newspaper (London, England), Sunday, October 6, 1844

Explosion at Haswell Colliery, Co. Durham, kills 95, including Wanless Thompson, left a wife and large family.

Lloyd’s Weekly London Newspaper (London, England), Sunday, August 24, 1845

Frightful Colliery Accident at Jarrow Colliery – 50 lives lost, including Thomas Wanless, 40, left a wife & family. [Another newspaper reported this as Joseph Wanless.]

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, August 29, 1845

Died at Shelly, near Netherwitton, on the 23 inst, aged 65, deservedly respected, Mr Joshua Wanlace.

The Times, Tuesday, Nov 11, 1845

Died on the 1st inst at 15 Colet place, Commercial Road, Joseph Wanlace, Esq., solicitor, in his 36th year

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, January 8, 1847

Died at Westoe on the 3rd inst at an advanced age, Mr Robert Wandless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, March 24, 1848

Died at Alexandria, Egypt, on the 19th of Feb, aged 28, Mr Ralph Wandless of Bishopwearmouth. He was a gentleman of considerable promise and ability, and was about to be employed under the Pacha of Egypt, when he was swept off by consumption.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, July 28, 1848

Died, at Newcastle, on the 21st inst, aged 74, Mr John Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, September 15, 1848

Died, at Sunderland, in High street, on the 10th inst, aged 22, Sarah, daughter of Mr Henry Wanless, agent.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, February 9, 1849

Died at Amble on the 3rd inst, aged 90, Mr Thomas Wandless, late of Alnmouth, much respected.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 11, 1849

Died at Sunderland, in Bull Lane, on the 1st inst, William, infant son of Mr Thomas Wanlass, master mariner.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, September 28, 1849

Died, at Barnard Castle, on the 21st inst, aged 22, Mrs Elizabeth Wanless, and same day, aged 3, Rachael, daughter of the above. On the 23rd, aged 25, Mr Robert Wanless, carpet weaver.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, July 25, 1851

Died, at Sunderland, in Low street, on the 14th inst, aged 6 years, John, son of Mr Thomas Wanless, master mariner.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, October 29, 1852

Died at Alwinton on the 22nd inst, aged 36, deeply lamented, Elizabeth Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 19, 1852

Coroner’s Inquests – An inquest was held Saturday last at Sunderland, before T.C. Maynard, Esq., Coroner, on the body of John Wanless Thompson, aged 13 years, who, in leaving a steamboat on the preceding Saturday, had slipped into the river and was drowned. Verdict – Accidentally drowned.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 4, 1853

Died at Thornley Colliery on the 20th ult, aged 25, Elizabeth Wanless, second daughter of Mr John Arrowsmith, merchant.

The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Monday, June 12, 1854

Explosion at Whitwood Colliery near Pontefract killed a boy named John Wanless and injured several others.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 2, 1855

Died at Morpeth on the 23rd ult, aged 4-1/2 yrs, George Thomas, 2nd son of Mr John Wanlace, joiner.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, Feb 18, 1859

Died at South Shields Union Workhouse on the 13th inst, aged 68, Mr Thomas Wanless, baker.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Nov 18, 1859

Died at Richmond, Nov 12, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs Wanless, relict of the late Mr William Wanless, painter, of that place.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, Jan 6, 1860

Died at Newcastle, in Minefield street, on the 27th ult, aged 65, Jane, wife of Mr John Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, Aug 2, 1861

Died at Newbiggin near Hexham, on the 28th ult, aged 49, Mr Lancelot Wanlass, late of the 1st Royal Dragoons.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 14, 1862

Died at Netherwitton on the 11th inst, aged 81, Mr Lancelot Wanlace.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 1, 1863

The body of a ship captain named William Wanless, who had been missing from Sunderland since 18 March, was found Saturday morning under circumstances which appeared to show he had committed suicide. The body of Wanless, with his throat cut, was found in the South Dock floating about under a raft of timber.

Daily News (London, England), Thursday, August 20, 1863

Died Aug 17 at Uper Stamford street, Phoebe, wife of J.P. Wanless, aged 58.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, September 9, 1864

Died at Netherwitton on the 26th ult, aged 78, Sarah, widow of the late Mr Lancelot Wanlace.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, April 12, 1867

Died at Gunnerton Demesne farm on the 25th March last, aged 76, Mr Mark Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, September 27, 1867

Died at Marsden Farm on the 16th inst, aged 75(?) [age illegible on fold], Mrs Rachael Wanlace

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, March 6, 1868

Died at Saugh House near Cambo, on the 15th ult, in the 86th year of his age, Mr George Wanlace, farmer.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Friday, May 13, 1870

An accident of a very serious nature occurred at Seaham Colliery on Wednesday last to an infant, a boy aged 18 months, belonging to Mr William Wanless, miner. A youth named Richard Gordon of Easington Lane had been hawking sand in the vicinity of Seaham Colliery and the infant was seen playing in the centre of the road near the Mill Inn. Gordon had been carelessly walking about 15 yards behind his cart and allowed his cart and horse to pass over the poor child, which was picked up off the road in a most dreadful condition. The cart wheel had passed over its shoulder and also over its head. Medical aid was at once procured, but in spite of all the efforts to save the child’s life, it is expected that the accident will prove fatal. The youth in charge of the cart has been remanded before the magistrates.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, March 17, 1871

Died at 19 Day Street on the 9th inst, aged 11 months, Eleanor Rachel, only child of John Wanless.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, February 16, 1872

Died at Black Pool near Morpeth on the 13th inst, aged 90, much respected, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Thomas Wanless, farmer

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, November 14, 1873

Died at Wallsend on the 10th inst, aged 56, Ellen, wife of Thomas Wanless, grocer

Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser (Dublin, Ireland), Wednesday, January 6, 1875

Died Dec 26 at his residence, Woodbank, Manor Hill, Birkenhead, R. Wanless Kelley Esq. of Islandmore, county Limerick, aged 68 years.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Saturday, October 23, 1875

Died Oct 16, at Prescot street, Darlington, aged 66, Mr William Wandless.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Thursday, May 18, 1876

Died May 17 at the Dun Cow Inn, Post House wynd, Darlington, aged 51, Mr John Wandless Brown. Will be interred at the West Cemetery May 19 at 4 o’clock.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Tuesday, October 30, 1883

Died Oct 27 at 55 Ewbank street, Stockton, Mary Jane Wanless, aged 8 years. Interment Oct 20.

The Newcastle Courant etc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, May 30, 1884

Died at Mary Magdalene Hospital on the 25th inst, aged 78, John Wanlass

The Times, Monday, Jun 09, 1884

Died on 1 June at Ireton House, Cheltenham, Henry B. Kelley, only surviving son of the late R. Wanless Kelley of Liverpool and Birkenhead, age 44

Newcastle Courant (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Friday, July 18, 1884

Died at Fence Houses, Primrose Hill, on the 13th inst, aged 27, Elizabeth Ann Wanless, eldest daughter of Edward Dixon.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Saturday, September 12, 1885

Loss of a Hartlepool Vessel – 15 Men Drowned – A Reuters telegram from Copenhagen yesterday said that the German despatch vessel Blitz collided Wednesday night in the Cattegat, 8 and 1/2 miles south-southeast from the lightship Trindeln, with the British steamer Oaklands, of West Hartlepool, owned by Messrs. Hardy, Wilson & Co., bound from Blyth for Stockholm with a cargo of coals. The Oaklands sank and 15 of the crew drowned and 2 saved by the Blitz. Among the drowned was T.W. Wanless, assistant steward.

The Leeds Mercury (Leeds, England), Thursday, October 6, 1887

Died Oct 4 at 16 Derby crescent, George Wanless, aged 59. Interred at Woodhouse Hill Cemetery.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Friday, June 20, 1890

Pitiful End of an Aged Man – James Wandless, 85, living with a relative, was yesterday taken out of Eldon Reservoir, dead. He had a cork foot, and this and his clothing he had divested himself before entering the water. There are indications that the old man must have made unavailing struggles to regain the bank. Inquest today.

Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Monday, August 17, 1891

Middlesbrough Amalgamated Cycling Clubs – A meeting of this committee was held at Middlesbrough on Saturday, Mr Newton presiding. A vote of condolence with the widow and family of the late Mr Geo. Wandless Robinson, who died on Friday from the result of a cycling accident, was passed, and it was stated that the intention of making a “cyclist’s funeral” had been dropped in deference to the wishes of the family.

The Times, Thursday, Apr 14, 1892; pg. 1

Died on 12 April at Clonard, Dundrum, county Dublin, Mary Anne Kelley, widow of the late Robert Wanless Kelley, of Woodbank, Birkenhead, in her 82nd year

The Newcastle Weekly Courant (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, August 5, 1899

Died at Seaton Burn on the 2nd inst, aged 43, Jane Elizabeth, wife of Lancelot Wanlace.

The Newcastle Weekly Courant (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England), Saturday, April 28, 1900

Died at Morpeth on the 21st inst, Mary, third daughter of the late John Wanlace of Morpeth, and formerly of Cambo, Northumberland. Died at 52 Newgate street on the 25th inst, aged 81, Annabella Grahamsley, beloved wife of the late John Wanlace of Morpeth and formerly of Cambo, universally beloved.

The Times, Friday, Apr 20, 1923

The Hon. Thomas Drummond Wanliss, a former member of the Australian Senate and founder of the Ballarat Star, has died in Edinburgh, age 92.

The Times, Wednesday, Mar 18, 1931

Mr. John William Wanless of Jesmond, Newcastle, provision merchant, died 31 Dec, left estate with gross value of £103,348 with net personalty of £76,634.

The Times, Friday, Oct 06, 1933

Died on 3 Oct very suddenly in London, Lieut. Col. Cecil Wanliss, O.B.E., late South Lancashire Regt., of Bellaria, La Tour de Peilz, Switzerland, age 67.

Death Notices in the Newcastle Evening Chronicle

2nd November 1885 – 31 December 1906

Source: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/NBL/DeathNotices/deaths_WALW.html

1897 incomplete: no entries for the first six months and some pages damaged for later in year.

1901 incomplete – 24th December & 31st December missing.

31 Mar 1906 – only 4 entries shown, remainder damaged

Name Date Age Place
WANDLESS, John George 20 Mar 1902 53 Newcastle
WANLAS, Elizabeth 27 Feb 1895 89 Newcastle
WANLESS, Ann 18 Oct 1897 69 Chester le Street
WANLESS, Christina 20 Oct 1906 36 Newcastle
WANLESS, Eleanor Edminson 29 Mar 1902 Heaton
WANLESS, George Balmer 1 Apr 1903 54 Boldon Colliery
WANLESS, Henry 8 Oct 1904 67 Leadgate
WANLESS, Henry 17 May 1906 35 Iveston
WANLESS, James 10 Apr 1893 48 Gateshead
WANLESS, John 30 Mar 1891 45 Gateshead
WANLESS, Lizzie 22 Nov 1899 Newbiggin
WANLESS, Margaret 26 Jan 1892 75 Gateshead
WANLESS, Margaret 16 Feb 1894 82 Newcastle
WANLESS, Nancy 9 Mar 1905 30 Prudhoe
WANLESS, Thomas 16 Apr 1886 72 W. Cramlington
WANLESS, Thomas 24 Feb 1888 45 Gateshead
WANLESS, Thomas 18 Dec 1900 71 Dorking
WANLESS, Thomas 26 Nov 1900 82 Gateshead
WANLESS, William 18 May 1889 73 Newcastle
WANLESS, William 20 Feb 1906 59 Haltwhistle
WANLESS, William Sanderson 1 Aug 1902 7 Springwell

Births, Marriages, Deaths from the Durham County Advertiser
(added 20 Apr 2016)

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 18 Oct 1861
Deaths – At Wheatbottom, near Crook, on the 7th inst., aged 40, Margaret, wife of Mr. William Wanless, colliery blacksmith

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 26 May 1854
Died, at Stockton, on the 13th inst., Miss Elizabeth Wanless, aged 18.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 14 Apr 1854
Married at Newcastle All Saints church on the 2nd, Mr. J. Wanless, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Hewison Marshall, cordwainer, all of Newcastle.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 15 Sep 1848
Died at Sunderland, on Sunday, in High Street, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Henry Wanless, agent, aged 22.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 4 Aug 1848
Died at Bishopwearmouth, on Friday last, in Wear street, Elizabeth, widow of Mr. Ralph Wanless, coachman, aged 71.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 12 Jun 1846
Died – at Stockton, on Tuesday, Mr. R. Wanless, aged 29.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 15 May 1846
Died, at Sunderland, on the 6th inst., in Silver Street, Jane, wife of Mr. William Wanless, master mariner, aged 31.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 16 Sep 1836
Died, at Easington Lane, on Friday last, Susannah, wife of Mr. William Wanless, aged 47, much respected.

Durham County Advertiser, Sat, 1 Nov 1828
Died, at Denton Burn near Newcastle, 22nd inst., Mr J. Wanliss.

Durham County Advertiser, Friday, 12 Apr 1828
Married at Houghton-le-Spring on Sunday last, Mr. Whitfield Burnett, grocer, Newbottle, to Anne, second daughter of the late Mr. Luke Wanless of the same place.

Durham County Advertiser, Sat, 21 Jul 1827
Married at St. Andrew Auckland on the 7th inst., Mr. George Bainbridge to Miss Eleanor Wanless, both of Shildon.
– note from Holly: he is William in the marriage register

Durham County Advertiser, Sat, 21 May 1825
Died, in Hallgarth Street, on the 12th inst., Ralph Wanless, butcher, late of Merrington, aged 87.

Durham County Advertiser, Sat, 13 Mar 1824
Died, at Chester-le-Street, on the 2d inst., Margaret Wanless, aged 73.

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