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Saturday 06 Nov 1841   (p. 3, col. 7)

 

Birth.

At Broomholm, in the county of Dumfries, on the 27th ult., the wife of J. C. LAMB, Esq., of a daughter.

 

Marriages.

At St. Mary's, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. Thomas WILKINSON, A.M., Vicar of Stanwix, Mr. James FORSTER, of Tarraby, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James MAGUIRE, of the above mentioned place.

At St. Mary's, on the 30th ult., Mr. John DIXON, to Miss Margaret GILL; on the 31st, John ALDERSEY, to Miss Jane POTTS; on the 1st instant, Thomas MORLEY, to Miss Catherine STRONG.

At the Poultry Chapel, London, on the 1st instant, Mr. Robert BECK, formerly of this city, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. R. KEMP, Regent Street, St. James's.

At Dalston, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Walter FLETCHER, Mr. William NAYLOR, farmer, of Flatbank, to Miss Hannah JACKSON, of the same place.

At Gretna Green, on Wednesday last, Mr. John CLUNEY, of Brampton, hatter, to Miss Ann SMITH, daughter of Mr. John SMITH, of the same place, hatter; after a long and tedious courtship of twenty minutes.

At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mr. Walter MORRISON, hosier, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to Jane, only daughter of the late Mr. John BEATY, of Wigton.

At Crosscannonby, on Tuesday week, Mr. J. IRVING, joiner, to Miss PARKINSON, both of Maryport.

At Brigham, on Thursday week, Mr. John OSTLE, excise officer, Greysouthen, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. John BECK, of the same place.

At the Parish Church, Workington, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. J. HETHERINGTON, Mr. Henry FARRELL, mariner, to Miss Frances TURNER; on the 29th, Mr. Jacob SPENCE, mariner, of Liverpool, to Miss Sarah CLUER; and on the 31st, Mr. Thomas SMITH, blacksmith, to Miss Ann MARSHALL.

At Harrington, on Tuesday week, Mr. James IRVEN, mariner, to Miss COID, of Greenhouse, in that parish. [According to FreeBMD, they were called James IRVINE and Ann COID.]

At Irton, lately, Mr. W. DICKINSON, husbandman, to Miss M. SPARKS, of Greenland, near Holm Rook.

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, the Rev. Joseph ASKEW, M.A., Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, to Ann, third daughter of Captain COLLINGS, of Whitehaven.

At the Parish Church, Kendal, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Dr. WORDSWORTH, master of Trinity College, Cambridge, Joseph SAVORY, Esq., son of the late A. B. SAVORY, Esq., of Stamford Hill, near London, to Mary Caroline, youngest daughter of Isaac BRAITHWAITE, Esq., of Kendal.

At Newcastle, on the 26th ult., George WOOD, Esq., merchant, of Edgbaston, near Birmingham, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. LISTER, silversmith, of Newcastle.

At St. Mary's Isle, near Kirkcudbright, on the 25th ultimo, by the Rev. John M'MILLAN, the Hon. Charles HOPE, M.P. for Linlithgowshire, and third son of the late Earl of Hopetoun, to the Hon. Lady Isabella DOUGLAS, eldest daughter of the late Earl ot Selkirk.

 

Deaths.

On Tuesday, the 2nd instant, in her 41st year, Margaret, the wife of Joseph FERGUSON, Esq., of Lowther Street, and only surviving daughter of Silas SAUL, Esq.

In Rickergate, on the 2nd instant, Mr. James TINNING, aged 52 years. The deceased was formerly in the 7th Fusileers; and fought at the battles of Talavera, Albuera, Salamanca, Roderigo, Badajos, Pampeluna, Vittoria, and Toulouse; also, at the storming of New Orleans, in 1814. He lived respected, and died lamented by all who knew him.

At Stanwix, on Sunday, the 25th ult., after a long and painful illness, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John FITZGERALD, confectioner, aged 30 years.

At Clint Head, near Great Corby, on the 3rd instant, Mr. John ATKINSON, in his 83rd year.

On Thursday, the 28th ult., near Longtown, Mr. James M'CULLEN, for many years coachman to the late Dr. GRAHAM, and also to the late Sir J. GRAHAM, of Netherby. He had for several years been in the receipt of a pension from the present Sir James GRAHAM; and died at a very advanced age.

At Moat, Kirkandrews-on-Esk, on Monday, the 1st instant, very suddenly, Mr. John JACKSON, aged 70 years. He was much respected for his integrity and kindness of disposition.

At Milton, on the 23rd ult., Jane, infant daughter of John HINDSON, of Milton Station, aged 20 weeks.

At Penrith, on the 29th ult., Ann, daughter of Mr. David HETHERINGTON, aged 18 years; same day, Ann, daughter of Mr. James SPEAKS, butcher, aged seven years; on the 4th instant, Miss Margaret RYDER, aged 32 years.

At the Cockermouth Union Workhouse, on Sunday last, Ann JACOBS, formerly of Maryport, aged 78 years.

At New Town, Bootle, on Tuesday week, after a lingering illness, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John JACKSON, aged 55 years.

At Great Broughton, Mrs. Ann OSBORNE, formerly of Lorton, aged 54 years.

At Lorton, on Friday, the 29th ult., Ann, wife of Mr. John JENNINGS, aged 66 years.

At Laguna, after an illness of only two days' duration, Mr. Henry SEEDS, of Maryport, master of the brig Eliza, of Dublin.

At Maryport, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Mary BROWN, aged 72 years; same place, on the 30th, Mr. William TWENTYMAN, butcher, late of Wigton, aged 21 years.

At Nethertown, near Egremont, on Sunday last, Mrs. Jane WALKER, relict of the late Mr. Henry WALKER, aged 63 years.

At Egremont Town Head, on Monday week, after a short but severe illness, Mr. George STABLE, slater and plasterer, aged 23 years. The deceased had paid his passage in Liverpool for America, and came over to see his mother and friends previous to his departure, but a sudden sickness terminated his existence.

At Moresby Hall, on Thursday week, Miss TATE, after a short illness.

At Whitehaven, on Monday morning, John Rowley, infant son of Lieut. LASCELLES, R.N., of Waterloo Terrace.

At Whitehaven, on the 31st ult., Thomas Nicholson PEILE, aged 16 years, eldest son of George PEILE.

At Corkickle, near Whitehaven, Mrs. Sarah JAMES, widow, at the great age of 91 years.

At Harris, near Whitehaven, Mrs. JOHNSON, wife of Mr. R. JOHNSON, aged 37 years.

At Brackenthwaite, on Saturday last, Mr. John DOUGHTY, in the 49th year of his age.

At Ayton, near Stokesley, Yorkshire, on the 30th ultimo, Martha, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, of Stamford Hill, near London, aged 73 years.

On Monday last, at the advanced age of 87 years, the Rev. John BOWSTEAD, B.D., rector of Musgrave, in the county of Westmorland, and Prebendary of Bobenhall, in the Cathedral Church of Lichfield.

On the 30th ult., after an illness of five weeks of typhus fever, William Thomas, son of Hector TINLING, officer of excise, Hulme, Manchester, aged 14 years.

On the 26th of August, at Toronto, North America, after a few days illness, in her 32nd year, Ruth, wife of John ARMSTRONG, and daughter of George HUTTON, of Whinnow; much and deservedly respected.

At Ahmednuggur, on the morning of the 9th of August, Assistant Surgeon William CALVERT, of the Bombay Establishment, and attached to His Highness the Nizam's army, aged 31 years and 6 months; sincerely and deeply regretted.—Bombay Times.—[The above was the youngest son of the late William CALVERT, Esq., of Greta Bank, near Keswick, in this county.]

At Invercarron, in the parish of Kincardine, an aged spinster, Helen MACKINTOSH, died on the 18th ult., at the very advanced age of 104. She expired rather suddenly, from the effects of a cold, occasioned by the late rainy weather. All her faculties were sound, and till within a week of her decease she was able to go about. Indeed, during her long life she had rarely, if ever, been subject to an attack of illness.