- Transcribed by Petra Mitchinson Petra Mitchinson
- Edition: Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833 Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833
At St. Mary's, in this city, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas HAMILTON, to Miss Isabella BRIGHT.
At Stanwix, on Tuesday last, the Rev. Samuel HUDSON, M. A., Rector of Castlecarrock, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Richard BATY, of Holmgate.
At Brampton, on Thursday last, Mr. E. ATKINSON, iron merchant, to Miss ROUTLEDGE, only surviving daughter of the late Mr. Wm. ROUTLEDGE, grocer and tallow chandler.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas BURGESS, to Miss Jane RIGG.
At Caldbeck, on Sunday last, Mr. Wm. ROBINSON, of Bankend Mill, to Miss H. PORTER, of Hesket-new-Market.
At Askham, on Thursday last, Mr. Charles JACKSON, to Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. John CASTLEHOW, yeoman, of Askham.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. John WILSON, farmer, to Miss Ann DAVIDSON.
At Workington, Mr. Mark TYSON, teacher, to Miss Sarah ELLIOT.
At Clintstead, Langholm, on Thursday week, Wm. BARDGETT, Esq., of the Old Jewry, London, to Jane, oldest daughter of Lieut.-Col. Sir J. MALCOLM, K.C.B.
At Woolwich, on the 30th ult., John James WILSON, Esq., of Northampton-square, second son of John WILSON, Esq., of the Hill, Cumberland, to Elizabeth eldest surviving daughter of the late John Cullen ASHBEE, Esq., of Charing, Kent.
At Whitehaven, last week, Mr. George GRAHAM, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth HARPER.
At Egremont, on Saturday last, Mr. John GLAISTER, stonemason, to Miss Jane KERR.
Here, on Thursday week, Mr. Daniel LAWSON, Castle Street, aged 33.
On Saturday last, Mr. J. HEWSON, Caldewgate, 87.
On Monday, Mr. John MAXWELL, Bridge Lane, 40.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Rebecca RICHARDSON, Spring Garden Lane, aged 75; much respected.
At Brampton, yesterday week, Mr. John FORRESTER, Inly son of the late Mr. James FORRESTER, Commercial onn, Brampton, aged 18.
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mr. John Mc.GUCHIN, aged 29; yesterday week, Francis, wife of Mr. Joseph DAND, late of Scales, aged 61; on Sunday last, Mrs. Agnes STODDART, aged 81; on Wednesday last, Mrs. Jane ROSS, aged 60.
At Friar Hall, Caldbeck, Sarah, wife of Mr. Jacob YOUNGHUSBAND, farmer, deeply regretted by all who knew her. She has left a large family of 7 children, two of whom have been for a considerable time afflicted, to lament the loss of a mother whose kind and benevolent disposition was only equalled by her industry, frugality, and strict attention to the duties of her station.
At Down Hall, near Aikton, on the 17th ult., Mr. Robert HODGSON, aged 15; a most promising young man, and highly respected by all who knew him.
At Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Barnard METCALFE, quarryman, aged 42.
At Kettleside, near Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Christopher MARVELL, yeoman, aged 75.
At Plumpton, on Tuesday week, Mr. J. BELL, 55.
At Doncaster, last week, on her journey from Carlisle to London, Elizabeth, wife of Charles DORMER, Esq., of his Majesty's 9th regiment, and late of Eden Terrace, near this city.
At Bowness, on the 19th inst., Wm. ALLEN, M. D., aged 40 years, a gentleman of great professional attainments.
At Maryport, on the 24th inst., in child-bed, in the prime of life, Mrs. NICHOLSON, wife of Capt. NICHOLSON, of the Itinerant.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. John RICHARDSON, weaver, aged 62; James JOHNSTONE, aged 16.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. C. KNAILE, aged 33; Mr. James CASSLEY, aged 67.
At Parton, near Whitehaven, yesterday week, Mr. John SMITH, late of the King's Arms inn, Gosforth, aged 60.
At Carleton Lodge, near Egremont, on Thursday week, Eleanor, wife of Mr. John MOSSOP, aged 73, only daughter of the late Mr. Nicholas THOMPSON, of Lowmill.
At Low Wreay, in Hensingham, last week, at an advanced age, Mr. Jonathan ROBINSON.