Saturday 30 Jul 1836 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At St. Mary’s church, in this city, on the 27th inst., Mr. Thomas WEALLS of the parish of St. Martin’s Liverpool, to Miss Dorothy THIRLWELL, of St. Mary’s Carlisle.
On Saturday last, at Rockliffe, Mr. Roger James WHITE, to Miss Mary JACKSON.
At Arthuret church, Longtown, on Sunday last, Mr. J. LITTLE, draper and tallow chandler, to Miss Margaret CURRY, dress maker, both of Longtown.
At Brampton, on Sunday last, Mr. James KNOX, to Mrs. MARTIN, grocer.
At Penrith, on the 26th inst., Mr. Charles ROTHERAM, to Miss Jane ATKINSON.
At Cockermouth, on the 26th inst., Mr. J. S. MOOR, dyer, to Miss BIRKETT, eldest daughter of Mr. BIRKETT, draper.
At St. James’s chapel, Whitehaven, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph YEOMANS, second son of R. YEOMANS, Esquire, collector of excise, Stourbridge, late of Whitehaven, to Miss Margaret WATSON, of Tangier Street.
At Appleby, lately, Mr. John RAWES, to Miss Ann HUTCHINSON.
On the 30th ult., at St. Pancras, London, Mr. Thomas BATEMAN, late of Askham, Westmorland, to Miss Mary MANNING, of St. John’s Wood, near London.
May 10th, at Epiphany church, New York, Joseph Priestley PETERS, M.D., to Jane, second daughter of the late T. SCAIFE, Esq., merchant, Liverpool.
Saturday 30 Jul 1836 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
Yesterday morning, in Rickergate, after a long and painful illness, borne with exemplary patience and resignation, Mr. Lawrence BENSON, aged 25 years. He had been five years in the office of this paper as clerk and reporter, and by his steadiness, superior abilities, and kindness of disposition had won the confidence and affection of his employers, and the respect of all who knew him.
In this city, in Rigg Street, on the 22nd instant, Mary LAZONBY, aged 46 years; on the 28th inst., in John’s Lane, Mr. Robert CARSON, aged 18 years.
At Cummersdale, near this city, on the 27th instant, Mr. John PORTER, aged 35.
At Brampton, on Thursday the 21st inst., Mrs. Sarah CLEMENSON, aged 78 years.
At Liverpool, on the 18th instant, Mr. Joseph JAMES, late of Carlisle, aged 22 years.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Elizabeth, TIFFIN, aged 59.
At Penrith, on the 28th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth ROBINSON, Townhead, aged 60 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mary, wife of Mr. John KNEALE, boatswain rigger, aged 62 years; at the Infirmary, Mr. R. MARSHALL, aged 44 years.
In London, on the 13th inst., Mr. Peter John HEYWOOD, son to Mr. E. H. HEYWOOD, solicitor, of Whitehaven. The body of this unfortunate young gentleman, who was a student of medicine, attending one of the London hospitals, was found a few days ago in the river Thames.
At Egremont, on Monday week, Ann, wife of Mr. John PARK, joiner, aged 27 years.
At Workington, on the 19th inst., Mr. Ralph BUSHBY, in the 78th year of his age.
At Maryport, on the 23rd instant, Mrs. Sarah SIM, widow, aged 89 years.
At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Richardson GRAYSON, hatter, aged 67 years; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. John DUNGLINSON, aged 84.
At Bongate, Appleby, lately, Nancy, wife of Mr. John WADESON, aged 70 years.
Bt [sic] Drybeck, near Appleby, on the 26th instant, Miss Jane BEWSHER, aged 27 years.
Lately at Cliburn Head, Westmorland, Isabel, widow of the late Mr. Mark THOMPSON, aged 104 years. When a girl she assisted to bake bread for the Royal army, on its march northward during the rebellion of 1745.
At Bolton, near Appleby, on the 27th inst., after a protracted illness, Mr. Wm. ALLAN, yeoman, aged 55 years—much respected.
On the 15th inst., at his seat, Kirklees Hall, in the county of York, Sir George ARMYTAGE Baronet.
On Sunday last, Mr. Joseph MASON, (second son of Mr. MASON, Blencogo, near Wigton,) Custom House officer, Liverpool, aged 25 years. His remains were conveyed to his father's residence, on Wednesday last, and interred in the Holme Cultram church yard, in this county, on the same day. During his stewardship his services and abilities were so highly appreciated, that he was always advanced in his situation when competition gave the preference. He was a sober, attentive, and an unrelaxed observer of his duty. His disposition was that of kindness, sincerity, integrity, and affability, and the whole tenor of his exemplary conduct gave assurance that, (had he been spared) he would have become an ornament to his place of nativity. He will be long and deeply lamented and regretted by his relations, and a numerous circle of acquaintances.—From a Correspondent.