Newswpaper snippets for Dadds of Devon

Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser

Birth

April 1, 1885

Birth, March 24th, 38 Oxford Terrace, St Thomas, the wife of Mr J. DADDS, a daughter

Marriages

September 10, 1835

Marriage. At Southmolton, William DADDS, builder aged 70, to Mrs Mary WOOLCOTT

May 26, 1859

Marriage May 28 St David's Exeter John DADDS, Captains coxswain late H.M.S Mohawk to Mary Ann eldest daughter James ROWE, this city

May 3, 1871

Marriage April 27th, at Crediton, George DADDS, Esq of Westerham Kent, to Jane, 2nd daughter of the late G. B. RUMMELL, Esq, formerly of Nash Court, Isle of Thanet

Deaths

May 30, 1822

Death. On Saturday last James DADDS, of Newport, nr Barnstable, dairyman, a bachelor aged 33, put a period to his existence, being discovered dead, suspended by a silk handkerchief, in a back room on the premises of Capt WILLIAMS, to whom he was an occasional assistant. He left property to the value of 2000 and upwards.

October 24, 1822

A porter at our Quay, named DADDS, has very recently come into the possession of a handsome fortune, about 2000, by the death of a relation.

April 23, 1862

Death, April 13th, at the Stag's Head, Landkey, Thomas DADDS, aged 77, upwards of 50yrs in the service of Earl Fortesque

Wednesday, May 6, 1868

Death, May 3rd, Back St, Exeter, William DADDS, aged 76

August 19, 1868

Death, Aug 9th, Castle Hill, Henry DADDS, aged 37

December 29, 1869

Death, Dec 23rd, 37 South St, Exeter, after a few hours illness, William James, eldest son of Henry DADDS, aged 3yrs 3mths.

May 5, 1875

Death, May 3rd, Back St, Catherine widow of W. DADDS, aged 75

November 19, 1879

Death, Nov 17th, Dove Inn, South St, Mary DADDS, aged 39

October 1, 1889

Death, Sept 30th, at the Infant's Schoolhouse, Back St, Exeter, Eliza DADDS, aged 61

November 14, 1891

Cemetery Interments, Nov 14th, Ann DADDS, St Mary, Major, aged 69

Snippets

January 4, 1865

Hatherleigh, petty sessions held on Wednesday before, J. H. VEALS, J. L. OLDHAM, and L. P. MADDEN Esq.s John DADDS, was formerly in the Devon Constabulary, but is now a member of the Gloucestershire Constabulary. He was stationed at Iddesleigh when in this county, and the graceful form of Miss Ann ALLEN attracted his attention. Like Enoch ARDEN he spoke his love, but it was in a letter, which was conveyed to the irresistible Ann. She was then living at Hill Farm Monk-okehampton, and acting upon the contents of John's missive she went out and met him. Into her acceptive ear he poured the "lecherous distilment" and she eventually became a mother. The interesting event probably induced DADDS to leave Devonshire, and he was now summoned to show cause why he should not contribute towards the maintenance of the child. An order was made for the payment of 1s a week, with the usual costs.

June 30, 1880

A snippet from The Sunday School Centenary Celebration [Exeter]

St Mary Major's Girl's School. The exact date of the origin of this school is not known, but it is supposed to be about 40 years since, during the time when the Rev J. Fisher TURNER was the Rector, at present there are 198 scholars and 20 teachers, under the superintendence of Miss DADDS. [previous snippets on this school mention the Misses DADDS] The school is held at Back St, nearly opposite St Mary Magdalen Church [Boys school]. This school was originated by the Exeter Episcopal Sunday School Society. For years it was carried on in a house in Smythen St. The number of boys on the books is 160, there are 16 teachers, Mr Henry H. WIPPELL is the superintendent. In addition to these schools there are four bible classes

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