- Transcribed by Petra Mitchinson Petra Mitchinson
- Edition: Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833 Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833
At Brough, on the 18th inst., the lady of Thos. Hodgson HOBSON, Esq., of a daughter.
At Winkfield, near Windsor, Berks, on the 14th inst., the lady of Lieut. Francis SEWELL, R. N., of a son.
At St. Mary's, in this city, on Monday last, Mr. John NICHOLSON, to Miss Mary Ann REAY.
At Annan, on Tuesday last, Mr. Archibald JOHNSTON, to Miss Isabella BROWN, both of Springfield, near Gretna.
At Penrith, on Saturday last, Mr. Jos. CLEMENTSON, to Miss Sarah HULLOCK; on Wednesday, Mr. Joseph WILSON, to Miss Frances BELL.
At Crosthwaite, on Monday last, Mr. Robt. GRAVE, cordwainer, to Miss Mary GRAVE, both of Keswick; on Saturday, Mr. MINNICAN, of Durham, to Miss GRIGG, of Burns, near Keswick.
On Thursday last, at Egremont, Mr. John STONELY, of Norton, Northamptonshire, gardener, to Miss Bridget ATKINSON, daughter of Mr. ATKINSON, tanner, Green Dykes, Egremont.
On Sunday last, the 22d inst., at St. Bridget's church, Beckermet, Mr. J. D. ALLISON, of Tallentire, to Mrs. REDMAYNE, niece of Samuel HALL, Esq., of Gilcrux.
At Crosscannonby, on the 18th inst., Mr. Hayton HARDY, shopkeeper, to Miss CLARK, both of Maryport.
On Sunday, at St. Nicholas's, Whitehaven, by the Rev. F. WOODHOUSE, A.M., Mr. Wm. BRIGGS, of Acre Walls, to Catherine, seventh daughter of Mr. John RAVEN, of Sandwith, near that town.
Since our last, at Whitehaven, Mr. James TURNER, mariner, to Miss Charlotte PRESTON; and Mr. Peter CRISTY, linen-merchant, to Miss Mary ROSS.
At Dufton near Appleby, on the 13th inst., Mr. John BLAINBRIDGE, to Miss Elizabeth EGGLESTONE.
At St. George-the-Martyr, Queen-square, London, on the 13th inst., Thos. C. BACKHOUSE, Esq., of Caldbeck, Cumberland, to Maria Gotobed, only daughter of J. IGGULDEN, Esq., of Russell-square.
At West Alvington, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. R. HILL, the Rev. C. E. DUKINFIELD, youngest son of the late Sir N. DUKINFIELD, Bart., and Vicar of Edenhall cum Longwathby, Cumberland, to Dora, fourth daughter of the late J. L. LUSCOMBE, Esq., of Coombe Royal, Devonshire.
Here, on Tuesday last, in Botchergate, Mrs. Eliz. IRVING, aged 78.
Here on Sunday last, in Botchergate, Mrs. Jane SHERWEN, aged 38 years.
On Friday week, in Chapel Lane, Willowholme, of influenza, Hannah, fifth daughter of Mr. S. GILES, aged 19, much respected.
On Thursday week, Mr. Robert PORTER, of Newtown, aged 39.
At Penrith, on Friday week, Mrs. Ann PEARSON, widow, of Cliburn, in Westmorland, aged 77; she had been on a visit to her daughter Mrs. Joseph RAYSON, of Penrith.
At Maryport, suddenly, Mrs. Mary BELL; Elizabeth, the daughter of Mr. John HIND.
At Keswick, on Sunday last, Mrs. Ruth STAINTON, relict of the late Mr. Robert STAINTON, auctioneer, aged 73; much respected.
On Thursday last, at Cleator, Mr. Jonas LINDOW, senior, at the great age of 96; Mrs. Mary SOUTHWARD, innkeeper, relict of the late Mr. Isaac SOUTHWARD, aged 65.
At Whitehaven, on the 17th inst., Mrs. S. HUTCHINSON, one of the Society of Friends, and relict of the late Capt. Francis HUTCHINSON, formerly of that port, aged 65; Miss Elizabeth RUSSELL, aged 22; Mrs. Ann NICHOLSON, widow, aged 84; Mr. John SHERWEN, aged 50; Abigail HUDSON, aged 54.
At South Mosses, near Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mr. John WATSON, of that place, aged 75.
At St. Bees, on Sunday morning last, Mr. Henry PAGAN, late landlord of the Red Lion inn, Strand St., Whitehaven, advanced in years.
At Knock near Appleby, on the 20 inst., Mr. RAISBECK, many years an eminent surgeon in Appleby.
At Crosby Ravensworth near Appleby, on the 23d inst., Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. Joseph BRISCO, vicar, aged 75 years, much respected.
On Sunday the 14th inst. in St. James's Square, Bath, Harriet, second daughter of the late Edmund Lamplugh IRTON, Esq., and sister to Samuel IRTON, Esq. M. P. of Irton Hall.