Saturday 27 Mar 1841 (p. 3, col. 7)
On the 24th instant, at Petteril Green, the Lady of Robert Holme PARKER, Esq., of a son and heir.
At Penrith, on Monday, the 22nd instant, by the Rev. W. JACKSON, D.D., William Hugh PARKIN, Esq., of the Grotto, Westmorland, third son of the late Hugh PARKIN, Esq., of Skirsgill, to Catharine Corney, eldest daughter of the late William HEBSON, Esq., of Penrith.
At Bowness, on Monday last, by the Rev. Mr. BROWN, Mr. John JOHNSON, tanner, of Thrustonfield, to Miss Mary HODGSON, of Longburgh.
At the Friends' Meeting House, Greysouthen, on the 19th instant, Thomas, eldest son of John WALKER, of Ullock, to Mary, daughter of Isaac HARRIS, of Brigham.
At Cockermouth, on Wednesday last, the 24th instant, Mr. William GRAHAM, husbandman, to Mrs. Ann MOORE.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Sunday, the 21st inst., Mr. Lewis DAVIS, to Miss Margaret MITCHELL, both of Thornthwaite, near Keswick.
At Bishopwearmouth, on Thursday last, the 25th instant, Reginald ORTON, Esq., surgeon, to Mary Isabella, daughter of Turner THOMPSON, Esq., of that place.
At Edinburgh, on the 23rd instant, by the Rev. James MARSHALL, Thomas ALLISON, Esq., Torrington Square, London, to Mary, second daughter of the late Duncan SINCLAIR, Esq., Letter Founder, Edinburgh.
In Church Street, Caldewgate, on Sunday night last, after a lingering illness of fourteen months, Charles Beswick, eldest son of Mr. James STEPHENS, compositor in the Carlisle Patriot Office, in the 33rd year of his age. The deceased, who was highly and deservedly esteemed by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances, served his apprenticeship as a compositor in this Office, and was for several years employed on the Newcastle Journal.
In Castle Street, on Sunday last, Miss Isabella ANGUS, aged 24 years.
In Court Square, on Thursday last, Mrs. Jane DOBIE, widow, aged 67 years. [The second part of this announcement had slipped four lines below.]
In this City, lately, Mrs. Tamar ATKINSON, late of Keswick, aged 82 years.
In St. Mary's Workhouse, Mrs. Mary ROBSON, aged 72 years.
At Buckabank, on the 20th instant, Mr. Nicholas BROWN, aged 58 years.
At Warwick Bridge, lately, Mary, the wife of Mr. Elijah KENNEDY, of the Warwick Arms Inn; much respected.
At Sandhill, near Brampton, lately, Mr. Rowland THOMSON, aged 67 years.
At Little Orton, on the 19th instant, Mrs. Mary CLARKE, aged 90 years; much and deservedly respected.
At Longnewton, on the 1st of March, Mr. John TORDIFF, yeoman, aged 67 years. This veteran of the chase will long be remembered as one of the best sportsmen in this county, and his death lamented by all who knew him. Few men have acquired more celebrity as an experienced and successful hunter, and his many estimable though somewhat eccentric qualities will long be the theme of many a fireside chat, amongst those friends who were in the habit of joining his unrivalled pack, which for nearly half a century have been hunted amongst them with a spirit of liberality too seldom to be met with.
At Border, Holme Cultram, on the 10th instant, Mrs. Mary FARLAM, relict of the late Mr. John FARLAM, yeoman, aged 79 years. The deceased was much and deservedly respected by all who knew her. She was a kind wife, an indulgent parent, and a beneficent neighbour.
At Bothel, on Saturday, the 13th instant, Mrs. Jane DODD, wife of Mr. Joseph DODD, aged 66 years.
At Cockermouth, on Wednesday, the 17th instant, Jane, the eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, joiner, aged 19 years.
At Cockermouth, on Sunday, the 21st instant, Mrs. Jane SIM, in the 96th year of her age—much respected. She was never known to have had a day's illness until within a few weeks of her decease.
At Aspatria, on the 13th instant, Mr. E. M. TWENTYMAN, aged 33 years; a gentleman of a generous spirit, a kind and obliging neighbour, and a warm hearted and benevolent friend to the poor.
At Thornthwaite, near Keswick, on Wednesday, the 17th instant, the Rev. Joseph LANCASTER, aged 74 years, for nearly half a century incumbent of that place.
At Dunthwaite, on Friday, the 19th instant, Mr. Daniel HARRISON, aged 55 years.
At Maryport, on the 17th instant, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. William LIDDLE, sailmaker, aged 23 years.
At Maryport, lately, Mr. Thomas MESSENGER, carpenter, aged 68 years.
At Swinside, on the 5th instant, after a few hours illness, Hannah, wife of Mr. Joseph GRAHAM.
At Well Bank, Bootle, on the 19th instant, Ruth, wife of Mr. Andrew MYERS.
At Workington, on Saturday, the 20th instant, of apoplexy, Mrs. Ann Mc.GAA, widow, in the 70th year of her age; and Miss GAITES, aged 51 years, librarian at the parochial library, at that town.
At Workington, lately, Mrs. Ann FLETCHER, widow, aged 71 years; also, very suddenly, Mr. William RIDGE, painter, aged 55 years.
At Harrowthwaite, on the 14th instant, Mrs. Dorothy NICHOLSON, aged 73 years, widow of Mr. James NICHOLSON, and daughter of the late Richard WORDSWORTH, Esq., Collector of the Customs at Whitehaven.
At Whitehaven, Margaret, relict of Mr. Thomas NICHOLSON, formerly of Kendal, aged 91 years; Mr. Hugh MOONEY, aged 35 years; Mr. George ANGUS, aged 82 years; Mr. Clement DIXON, painter, aged 33 years; and Mrs. Mary WOOD, aged 80 years.
At Warder Street, London, on Friday, the 19th instant, Mr. John GIBSON, late of Penrith, in his 63rd year.
On Thursday, the 18th of March, Mrs. Sophia Jane Maria BEAL BONNELL, relict of James BEAL BONNELL, Esq., of Upton House, Essex, and Pelling Place, Old Windsor, Berks, in the 94th year of her age, and in the full possession of all her faculties.
At Rotterdam, lately, in his 64th year, Joseph BOWSER, Esq., merchant. He was a native of Carlisle, and for some years a clerk in one of the principal mercantile offices in Newcastle. For nearly forty years he had been established as a merchant at Rotterdam, and uniformly maintained a high character for probity and industry, in the transaction of any business with which he was intrusted.
On Sunday, the 21st instant, Mary, the beloved wife of George STONE, Esq., of Muir House, near Edinburgh.