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STATEMENTS OF SURVIVORS AND RESCUERS,

... STATEMENTS OF SURVIVORS AND RESCUERS, Charles Ireland, the ferry boatman, said—l am the ferryboatman. always commence ferrying at five o’clock the morning, and until nearly six am always fully occupied in ferrying persons, both from the Wincolmlee-slde ...

SEVENTEEN lives lost

... knee., *e. 1. The names have aacertaloed of thoee who art aaved Ini ...

Published: Friday 08 December 1848
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2447 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

DREADFUL ACCIDENT ON THE RIVER HULL

... proceeding to and from their labour. fals ferry is the scene of the accident. yesterday (Thptsday) morning the boatman, Charles Ireland, was engaged in conveying the workpnople over, and had already d several trips acroass About a quarter to six o'clock ...

Published: Friday 08 December 1848
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1827 | Page: 5 | Tags: News 

OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE DROWNED AND

... Wilmington-row Elizabeth Jackson .. 24.25, Line. Emma Place 15. 37, do. PERSONS RESCUED, AND SINCE RECOVERED. Charles Ireland . Church-street, Sculcoates. Bridget Dorr 17. 13, Hood-street. David Pyc 4 7. 3, Cheapside, Groves. John Kalian ...

RIVER HULL

... accident. Gowcn Pullen. Alfred Pullen, and Charlaa Dowling claim a portion of merit In saving the ferryman and two others. Charles Ireland withes his statement, that raft of timber, belonging to Messrs. Wade and Sons, was to soma extent an obstruction the fastening ...

THE ACCIDENT IN THE RIVER HULL INQUESTS ON THE BODIES FOUND

... Wet boat. I am sure it originated in their lathIsO t'1 b no occasion for a rope yesterday morniingt0 CtiS~lsillxess Charles Ireland, the ferryman, teas Wtes erier , sald-I live in Church-street, Wincolottee about nitneteen persons had got into the bhast ...

SECOND INQUEST

... England, widow, identified the body of Eliza Ann Williamson. Mary Murphy identified the body of Anna Hurke. John Yales and Charles Ireland repeated precisely tha same evidence as in the previous casa ; the last witness added that he thought the ferry had belter ...

and district news. man called at the shop of Mrs. Bowes, draper, Hc««lesnad, oo Tuesday last, and by means of

... London, crowded audiences of bis parishioners. Bonf rovyo. —An Inquest was held by r. A. Ivcson, coroner, at ti» house of Charles Ireland, of Stonefcrry, on Monday last, the body a new-born female child, which had been found on lUe previous Saturday, near ...

Advertisements & Notices

... HAMILTON. STONEFERRY, DEAR HULL. 1 /Ilt J. S. HAMILTON has received instructions to MX11 SEIL BY AUCTION, at the WHARF OF Mn CHARLES IRELAND, on THURSDAY, June 18tb, 1857, at Half-past Ten ?? in the forenoon precisely, a quantity of MISCELLANEOUS pROPERTY, amongst ...

the hu l l advertiser

... I2lb June. 1857. STONEFERRY. NEAR HULL. MR. J. S. HAMILTON Has received instruction* to SELL BY AUCTION the Wharf op Mr. Charles Ireland, on THURSDAY. June 18th, 1857, at Half-past Ten o'Clock in the forenoon precisely. 4 QUANTITY of MISCELLANEOUS l\ PROPERTY ...

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

... incumbent, MrHenry Cammell to Miss F Chapman. January 24. at Drypool Church, Hall, by the Rev J Ellarn, Incumbent, Mr Charles Ireland to Miss M Murphy. January 21, at St. Paul's Church, Hull, by the Rev W . Hughes, curate, Mr Joseph Hunter to Miss A i ...

MARRIAGES. On the 24th instant, at Holy Trinity Church, in this town, by tbe Rev. James Ournhill, Mr. George ..

... Henry CainmtOJ, to Miss F. Chapman. On the 24th instant, at St. Peter’s Church, Drypool, this town, by the Rev J. Mr. Charles Ireland, Miss Murphy. the 2Srd instant, at the Parish Church. Oarton, the K«*v. J. Ashe, vicar, assisted the Rev, Charles Abbott ...