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- Edition: Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833 Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1833
At Bohemia, near Hastings, on the 6th inst. the Lady of Wastel BRISCO, jun. Esq., of a son.
BIRTH EXTRAORDINARY.—On the 28th ult., the wife of a shoemaker named BLISS, residing in King-street, Cheltnham [sic], was delivered of four children— two living and two dead. The united ages of BLISS and his wife do not amount to 38.
Here, at St. Mary's Church, on the 2nd inst. Mr. Thomas GIBSON, shoemaker, to Miss Margaret BELL; on the 17th, Mr. James BELL, to Miss Mary DODD.
At Whitehaven, on the 20th inst, at the Friends' Meeting House, Jonathan Dodgson CARR, of this city, to Jane, daughter of Elizabeth NICHOLSON, Scotch-street, of the former place.
At St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, on the 16th inst., Mr. John CARRUTHERS, printer, late of this city, to Mrs. Mary GRAHAM, Two Brewers, Vine-street, Hatton Wall, London.
At Westward, on Thursday week, Mr. John STODDART, joiner, of Thursby, to Miss Ann WILLIS, of West Curthwaite.
At Aikton, on Thursday week, Mr. Francis MARSHALL, to Miss Ann GRAHAM, both of Grayrigg.
At Penrith, on the 18th inst. Mr. James MATTHEWS, to Miss Margaret BROWN; on the 19th, Mr. John WALKER, to Miss Mary WILKINSON; same day, Mr. Frederick SHEPHERD, to Miss Elizabeth WALL; same day, Mr. John BROWN, to Miss Ann DOBSON, all of Penrith.
At Cockermoth [sic], on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph CLARK, husbandman, of the parish of Isell, to Miss Ann RENNICKS, of the former place.
At Workington, on the 18th inst. Mr. John BARNES, hatter, to Miss Mary BURNS; and on the 21st Mr. Thomas PEAK, hair-dresser, to Miss Ann SCOTT.
At Workington, Mr. James HAYTON, mariner, to Miss Hannah LUCAS; Mr. William WEDGEWOOD, to Miss Ann EDWITH.
At Gosforth, on Friday week, Mr. Joseph SEWELL, to Miss Frances HARTLEY, daughter of Mr. H. HARTLEY, of Hallsenna, both of the former parish.
At Ulverston, on the 14th iastant [sic], Mr. George Towers LEATLE, of Keldraw, yeoman, to Miss Agnes HOWSON, of Groffacrag, noth [sic] near Ulverston; on the 15th, Mr. Isaac BOWMAN, to Miss Eliz. SCHOLLICK, both of Rosehead, near Ulverston.
At Clifton, on the 9th inst. Mr. Robert TWENTYMAN, to Miss Ann TODHUNTER; Mr. William BOUCH, to Mrs. Mary HENDERSON.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Monday last, Mr. James HEAVISIDE, waller, to Miss Margt. ELLIOT.
At Whitehaven on Saturday last, Mr. George HILTON, stonemason, of Sandwith, to Miss Margaret PARK; on Monday, Mr. John WISE, mate of the Isabella, of that port, to Miss SIMON, only daughter of Mrs. SIMON, of Ribton-lane.
At Walton Church, on Tuesday week, Harold LITTLEDALE, Esq., merchant, Liverpool, eldest son of John LITTLEDALE, Esq., collector of customs at Whitehaven, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Sir John TOBIN, Oak-hill.
In Rickergate, on Thursday morning last, Mr. Thos. HESLOP, grocer, aged 69 years; much respected.
At Cape Town, on the 31st of August, deeply lamented by her surviving relatives, Mrs. THORNHILL, youngest daughter of the late George MOUNSEY, Esq., of this city.
At the Abbey-gates, in this city, on Wednesday last, Mrs. TATE, wife of Mr. Wm. TATE, clerk of St. Cuthbert's Church,—much respected for her kind disposition, and domestic virtues.
Here, at the house of Ellwood BROCKBANK, George Street, on the 15th inst., after a short and painful illness, Mary, fifth daughter of Mr. Ebenezer GLENCROSS, innkeeper, Moorhouse, aged 14 years.
In Botchergate, on the 17th, Mrs. Jane HETHERINGTON, aged 54 years; Mrs. Elizabeth LITTLE, aged 34 years; on the 19th, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John MORRIS, aged 3½ years.
In Scotch Street, on the 19th, James, son of Mr. Wm. BLACK, clothier, aged 5 years.
At Kirkbride, on Saturday last, Mr. Benjamin BACKHOUSE, of that place, innkeeper, aged 47,—a man of a particularly charitable and benevolent disposition, and highly respected through life; on Thursday week, Mr. Thos. GRAHAM, aged 30.
At Wigton, on Friday last, John FELL, Esq., in the prime of life; much lamented by his family and friends.
At Penrith, on the 21st, Mr. Wm. SARGINSON, stone mason, aged 40.
At Portinscale, near Keswick, on Monday week, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Samuel BENNET aged 15.
At Great Braithwaite, near Keswick, on Thursday last, Mrs. Dinah CROSTHWATE, aged 59.
At Workington, on Monday last, John, youngest and last surviving son of Mr. Wm. BORROWDALE, paper manufacturer, aged 22; and on the 21st Mr. Christopher FAIRS, aged 70.
At Arradfoot, near Ulverston, after a long and severe illness, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. H. BARBER, yeoman, aged 16 years.
At Malpas, on the 8th inst., awfully sudden, Mr. John Hetmeyer DODGSON, solicitor, aged 22, third son of the late Wm. DODGSON, Esq., Ulverston.
At Ellenborough, near Maryport, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Mary LAWRENCE, aged 80 years.
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, Jane, wife of Mr. MAGEE, grocer, aged 50 years; Mr. Thomas KELLY, stonemason, aged 39; Mr. Henry CHERRY, aged 43.
At Bishopwearmouth, on the 11th inst., Mr. John LAWS, aged 52, master of the National School.
Lately, on his passage to Shoreham, Mr. Henry HALIDAY, aged 65, master of the brig Ver, of Sunderland.
At Durham, rather suddenly, at his house in the North Bailey, aged 83, Wm. HARLAND, Esq. Mt. [sic] H. had been known in the law for nearly half a century as a conveyances [sic] of distinguished eminence. His family name was HOAR, but in consequence of of the death of a relation, a few years ago, he assumed the former appelation. He is the father of Charless HARLAND, Esq., M. P. for the city of Durham.
At the Bridge-end of Perth, North Britain, on the 10th inst., Mr. Wm. DICK, lately head master of the Grammar School of that town.
At Bath, on the 13th inst., Admiral Sir Herber, SAWYER, K. C. B., in his 70 year.
At Paington, Devon, on the 8th inst., where he had gone for the benefit of his health, William Harvey HOOPER, Esq., Secretary of the Royal Hospital, Greenwich.
Mr. Joseph WEBB, pilot, aged 72 years. He was present with Sir Sidney SMITH at the attack upon Bolonge, accompanied NELSON to Copenhagen, and was esteemed one of the best North Sea pilots in the service.
In London, on the 14th inst., suddenly, Mr. Jos. Smith HARRISON, solicitor; much respected.