Saturday 13 Apr 1839   (p. 3, col. 7)




On Saturday, at St. Cuthbert's, by the Rev. Mr. THWAITES, Mr. WATKINS, Castle, to Miss Ann Hope REID, of the King's Arms Lane.


At Brampton, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. John TOPPING, Mr. Thomas MODLIN, hat manufacturer, to Mrs. Arabella HALLIBURTON.


At Kirklinton Church, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. G. BELL, Nathaniet WANNOP, Esq., of Thorny Moor, Abbey Lanercost, to Miss LAWRENCE, of Sykeside, Kirklinton.


At Caldbeck, on Saturday last, Mr. Nicholas WALKER, of Friar Hall, bobbin-maker, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John ASHBRIDGE, of the former place.


At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. William FELL, to Miss Sarah HASTINGS.


At Penrith, on the 10th instant, Thomas HARTLEY, Esq., High Sheriff of Cumberland, to Georgiana Elizabeth, youngest daughter of George REMINGTON, Esq., Tynefield, Penrith. The church bells rung the whole of the day upon this happy event.


At Newcastleton, on the 6th inst., Mr. George THORBURN, to Miss Mary INGLIS.


At Prestbury, near Cheltenham, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. John Torrens KYLE, rector of Cloughead, Henry Stopford KYLE, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law, third son of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Cork and Cloyne, to Julia Esther, second daughter of Andrew GREEN, Esq., of Cockermouth, in this County.


At Dearham, on the 6th instant, by the Reverend Mr. BRAY, Captain John GARDINER, son of the late Dr. GARDINER, of Maryport, to Miss DOWSON, of Row Hall, near Dearham.


At Everton, Liverpool, Mr. Thomas EDGAR, of Eden Hall, Cumberland, to Miss Sarah BIRD, of Armaithwaite [sic].


At St. Mark's Church, Liverpool, on Sunday, the 24th ult., Mr. Thomas VICKERS, chief officer of the Catherine M'Donald, of Workington, to Miss Martha HARRIS, only daughter of the late Captain P. HARRIS, of Whitehaven.


At Wycliffe, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. T. W. MORLEY, Rector of Birkby, Thomas Story SPEDDING, Esq., eldest son of John SPEDDING, of Mirehouse, in the county of Cumberland, Esq., to Frances Elizabeth, second daughter of the Venerable Archdeacon HEADLAM.

Saturday 13 Apr 1839   (p. 3, col. 7)




Yesterday morning, at Knells, after a short illness, William Giles, youngest son of John DIXON, Esq., in the 10th year of his age.


On Thursdsy last, after a short illness, Mr. James BOUSTEAD, of the Lion and Lamb inn, Scotch-street, aged 42 years.


In Lowther Street, on Saturday evening last, Mrs. Jane DIXON, aged 81 years. Although poor, she was much and deservedly esteemed by a large circle of friends and acquantance, and will long be affectionately remembered by them.


In Union Street, on Wednesday last, William HARRISON, stone mason, aged 52 years; much respected by his friends, and has left a numerous young famiiy [sic] to regret his decease.


In East Tower Street, since our last, Ann BOOTH, aged 35 years.


In Caldcoats, lately, Joseph BULMAN, aged 52 years.


At Stanwix, on the 5th instant, Mrs. Susan PATTERSON, aged 70 years.


At Brampton, on the 5th instant, Jane THORNBURN, aged 49 years; on the 6th, Matthew TEASDALE, and 78 years.


At Mr. Isaac LOWTHIAN's, Penrith, on Saturday last, much and deservedly lamented, Mrs. MOSES, widow of the late Mr. Thomas MOSES, of Brampton, aged 58 years. For many years she had been a steady and consistent member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society, and was a pattern of prudence, meekness, charity and piety. Also, on Wednesday last, Louisa Jane, daughter of the above Mr. LOWTHIAN, aged one year and nine months.


At Wigton, on the 4th instant, Anne, daughter of Thomas JOHNSTON, aged 6 years; on the 8th, John, son of William ANDREW, aged 6 years; on the 9th, Nancy, daughter of Robert BEATY, aged 6 years; on the 29th ult., John, son of Mr. Robert MACFARLANE, aged 6 years.


At Linskill-field, on Thursday last, aged 36, Mr. Anthony NICHOL, second son of the late Rev. Mr. NICHOL, of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk. Mr. NICHOL's unassuming manners and goodness of disposition secured to him the esteem of a large circle of friends, by whom his memory will be long cherished.


At Hugh's Town, on Thursday last, after a short illness, Mr. Philip BUSHBY, of Netherton, aged 57 years. He was a man of most respectable character, and his death will be regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.


At Caldbeck, on Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas WATSON, innkeeper, aged 54. Mr. W. was highly respected by a numerous circle of acquaintances.


At Sebergham, on the 10th instant, Dorothy, wife of Robson CLARKE, aged 69 years.


At Penrith, on the 9th instant, William, son of William ATKINSON, gardener, aged 15 years.


At Maryport, on Sunday, the 7th instant, Mr. George BEATY, aged 47 years.


At Keswick, on the 1st inst., Mary, the daughter of Mrs. Ann DAWSON, widow, aged 13 years.


At Forge, near Keswick, on the 3d instant, Mr. John DOVER, of the firm of DOVER and Co., dyers, aged 88 years.


At Kell's Pit Top, near Whitehaven, Bernard, son of Mr. Patrick MORGAN, aged 16 years.


At Greysouthen, on the 3d instant, John Wilson, son of Mr. John Wilson FLETCHER, of that place, in the 17th year of his age. The deceased was a member of the Society of Friends, and a youth of great promise.


At Whitehaven, on Sunday last, the 7th instant, aged 67 years, Mrs. Anne ELLIOT, only surviving daughter of the late Sir Francis ELLIOTT, Baronet, of Stobs, in the county of Roxburgh; same place, on Sunday last, at the house of his sister (Mrs. JACKSON) Mr. Anthony PEILE, son of the late Mr. PEILE, of Korkicle, brewer, in the 4th [sic – he was aged 40] year of his age; same place, on Wednesday last, Martha, wife of Mr. Joseph IRVEN, carpenter, and daughter of the late Captain Jonn KENNEDY, of the Nimble, of Whitehaven, aged 35 years; Mary MOFFAT, aged 63 years; and Elizabeth JACKSON, aged 16 years.


At Harding, near Morland, Westmorland, on the 31st ult., Mr. William SMITH yeoman, aged 66 years.


At Appleby, on Saturday last, Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas TAYLOR, aged 17 years.