Saturday 04 Dec 1841 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 29th ult., Mr. Charles BALLANTINE, of Caldewgate, to Miss Elizabeth ABBOT, of Botchergate; same place, on the 27th ult., Mr. W. SMITH, to Miss Elizabeth HALL, both of Botchergate.
At Hesket-in-the-Forest, on Tuesday, the 30th ult., Mr. Matthew WILSON, assistant schoolmaster, to Miss Fanny PARKER, of the same place, straw bonnet maker
At Whitehaven, at St. Nicholas's Chapel, Mr. Samuel OPHENHEIM, of St. Mary's, Whitechapel, London, cabinet-manufacturer, to Miss Susannah MOSLEY, Whitehaven; same place, on Sunday, the 28th ult., Mr. William WOOD, to Miss Ann BURNS, both of Whitehaven; at the same place, on Thursday, the 25th ult, Mr. Thomas MURRAY, writing-master, to Miss E. SITTLETON [Elizabeth LITTENTON according to FreeBMD].
At the Catholic Chapel, Whitehaven, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Mr. M'GARRY, of Whitehaven, tallow chandler, to Mrs. TYSON, widow of the late Mr. James TYSON, of Croft Head, in the parish of Gosforth.
At Ulverston, on the 22nd ult., Mr. William PENNY, to Miss Jane FARRER, both of Ulverston.
At Kendal, Mr. Samuel AIREY, warehouseman, to Miss Rebecca CREIGHTON, both of that town; same place, Mr. Joseph TANNER, of Yealand, in Warton, to Miss Elizabeth VIPOND, of Kendal.
At Cartmel, on Monday, the 22nd ult., Mr. John WATSON, master bobbin turner, Gill Head, Windermere, to Miss Fanny NEWBY, of Flookburgh.
At Bridekirk, since our last, by the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, Mr. ROTHERY, of Croft Head, farmer, to Miss Martha RITSON, of Bridekirk.
At Embleton, on Saturday, the 20th ult., Mr. John FLETCHER, of Embleton, to Miss Maria CARTER, of Oughterside.
At Urswick, since our last, Mr. William BARKER, of Urswick, to Miss Mary SHARP, of Roosebeck.
At Edinburgh, at the Roman Catholic Church, and afterwards at the Episcopal Church, Monsieur THIERGARTNER, to Mary, daughter of Sir Francis Walker DRUMMOND, of Hawthornden, Bart.
On the 23rd ult., at Trinity Church, Marylebone, Henry William, third son of the late Zachary MACAULAY, Esq., and late British Commissary Judge at Sierra Leone, to Margaret, fourth daughter of Lord and Lady DENMAN.
At Marylebone, John THORNTON, jun., Esq., of Clapham, to Harriet, daughter of the late Right Rev. Reginald HEBER, Bishop of Calcutta.
At St. George's Hanover-square, Wm. BECKETT, Esq., M.P. for Leeds, brother to Sir John BECKETT, Bart., to Frances, sister to Hugo C. MEYNELL INGRAM, Esq., of Temple Newsham, Yorkshire, and Hoar Cross Hall, Staffordshire.
In Annetwell Street, on Sunday last, Mrs. Mary IRVING, aged 82 years. The deceased was for thirty years teacher of a school in Annetwell Street, supported by the late Mrs. LODGE and Miss BOWES, was highly and deservedly esteemed by all who knew her, and was followed to the grave by a large number of persons who had been under her tuition.
In Water Street, on Thursday, the 2nd inst., Mary, daughter of Mr. William COULTHARD, aged 16 years.
In Chapel Street, since our last, Mr. John ETCHELL, aged 61 years.
At Stanwix, on the 16th ult., aged 75 years, much respected, Mr. George MULCASTER, last surviver of the family of Mr. Richard MULCASTER, of Beck House, Cumberland.
At Heads Nook, on Saturday, the 20th ult., Miss Mary Ann FISHER, daughter of Mr. Isaac FISHER, and grand-daughter of the late Mr. John ATKINSON, of Clint-head, in the 14th year of her age.
At Penrith, on the 19th ult., Mrs. Rebecca TUER, widow, aged 72 years; same place, on the 28th ult., Mary, wife of Mr. John BELL, mercer and draper, aged 39 years; same place, on the 29th ult., Sarah, wife of Mr. Joseph PATTINSON, book-binder, aged 56 years; also, at the same place, on the 1st instant, Mr. John COWPER, aged 41 years.
At the Abbey, Holme Cultram, on the 10th ult., Ann, widow of the late Mr. George ELLIOTT, surgeon, aged 71 years.
At Aspatria, on Tuesday last, after a long illness, Margaret, the wife of Mr. George ELLIOTT, surgeon,aged 40 years—deeply lamented.
At Edderside, Holme Cultram, on Tuesday, the 16th ult., after a long and tedious illness, borne with truly pious resignation and fortitude under the Divine will, Hannah, the daughter of Mr. Joseph DANIEL, aged 30 years: she lived respected and died deeply lamented by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.
At Allhallows, on the 22nd ult., Harriet Ann, eldest daughter of the Rev. Mr. THOMPSON, aged 27 years.
At Skelgill Plains, near Alston, on the 27th ult., Ann, daughter of the late Mr. W. RIDLEY, aged 20 years.
At Green Bank, near Whitehaven, on Monday, the 22nd ult., Mr. Wilkinson TATTERS, aged 44 years.
At Whitehaven, on Monday, the 22nd ult., Mr. John EDMONDSON, tailor, aged 28 years; same place, Mrs. STEELE, aged 40 years; same place, Mrs. Jane BROUGH, widow, aged 88 years.
At Harrington, on Wednesday, the 25th ult., Mrs. Mary STAINTON, widow, aged 82 years.
At Workington, on Saturday, the 27th ult., of consumption, Isaac, second son of William FISHER, Esq., in the 26th year of his age; same place, Mr. William NORMAN, aged 31 years; same place, Mrs. Jane WILKINSON, widow, aged 55 years; also, at the same place, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Robert GLOVER, aged fourteen months.
At Maryport, on Sunday, the 28th ult., after a lingering illness, Mr. Jonathan RUSSELL, joiner and cabinet-maker, aged 24 years.
On the 27th of August last, about three hundred miles from the River Plate, William, son of Mr. Stockdale STEPHENSON, mate of the brig Creole, aged 14 years. The deceased was washed over-board during a heavy gale and perished.
At Cockermouth, on Monday, the 22nd ult., Harriet, wife of Mr. Joseph LITTLE, husbandman, aged 64 years; same place, on Thursday, the 25th ult., Mr. Michael FLIN, aged 39 years; also, at the same place, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Mr. George GRAHAM, currier, formerly of Rockliffe, near this city.
At Black Cock, near Cockermouth, on Saturday, the 20th ult., Mrs. Sarah KEASLOW, aged 89 years, a native of Great Strickland, Westmorland.
At Kendal, since our last, Jane, wife of Mr. Joseph PHILIPSON, aged 89 year.
At Gracewater Parsonage, near Truro, Cornwall, on Friday, the 19th ult., Margaret, wife of the Rev. David JACKSON, formerly of Kendal, aged 34 years.
At Nook, near Kendal, on the 21st ult., Mr. Henry HEBDON, father of the Rev. J. HEBDON, Incumbent of Preston Patrick, aged 86 years.
At Grange, near Cartmel, on Monday, the 29th ult., Mary, wife of Mr. T. JACKSON, farmer, aged 35 years.
At Kirkby Stephen, on the 15th ult., Jane, relict of the late Rev. Mr. ROBINSON, M.A., aged 60 years.
At the Union Work-house, Ulverston, Mr. W. HEWITSON, late of Cartmel, aged 85 years.
At Ulverston, on the 26th ult., Mr. John WAINMAN, aged 68 years.
At Kelso, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Catharine WALDIE, a maiden-lady, aged 80 years.
At Tullich farm, near Inverary, on the 8th ult., Duncan MUNRO, in the 108th year of his age, the oldest tenant upon the Argyle estate: he and his forefathers possessed the same farm about three hundred years.
On Monday, the 29th ult., suddenley [sic], in the 73rd year of his age, Colonel CUYLER, the eldest colonel in the service, having been longer in the service than the Duke of Wellington. He was accustomed jocosely to say, that there were three great men born in one year—the Duke of Wellington, Napoleon and himself, but that one of them had not been so fortunate as the rest.
On Tuesday morning last, suddenly, at the house of his mother-in-law, Mrs. LANG, in Hyde Park Gardens, Sir Henry FREELING, aged 52 years.
DEATH OF LADY ANN BERESFORD.—This excellent lady breathed her last on Saturday evening last, after a short illness, at Harcourt-street, Dublin. Her ladyship was sister of his Grace the Lord Primate, and aunt of the Marquis of Waterford.
A CENTENARIAN.—Died lately, at Kirkliston, at the advanced age of one hundred and one, "Patie STEWART," well known and much esteemed by all the parish. He came from the north when only seven years old, and resided about ninety in Kirkliston. He was the father of a large family—children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, &c., amounting to about one hundred and twenty. Out of door labour was his general employment: his favourites latterly were hedging and ditching. Within the last ten years he frequently walked into Edinburgh and out again on the same day, a distance of sixteen miles.—Caledonian Mercury.
DEATH OF ADMIRAL SIR JOHN WELLS.—This gallant naval officer died on Friday, the 19th ult., at Belnore, his residence, near Cuckfield, Sussex, at the advanced age of 78 years. He had been in the navy upwards of sixty-five years, for his commission as Lieutenant is dated as far back as 1779. When Captain he was appointed, in 1797, to the Lancaster, of sixty-four, and, under Lord DUNCAN, contributed to the defeat of the Dutch fleet, commanded by Admiral DE WINTER, and, for his eminent services on that occasion (the victory of Camperdown,) he received the distinction of a medal. In October, 1834, he was nominated a Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. His commission was dated as follows:—Lieutenant, the 22nd of July, 1779; Commander, the 1st of June, 1782; Captain, the 1st of March, 1783; Rear-Admiral, the 9th of November, 1805; Vice-Admiral, the 31st of July, 1810; and Admiral, the 19th of July, 1821: being, with the exception of Sir Charles E. NUGENT, Sir J. H. WHITSHED, and Admirals AYLMER, and W. WOLSELY, the senior Admiral in the British service.
DEATH OF THE EARL OF HAREWOOD.—The Earl of Harewood died suddenly, on Wednesday evening, the 24th ult., near Tadcaster. He had been out hunting, and returning home, he complained of feeling indisposed, and staid behind the party. He was missed; and within ten minutes after, he was found lying by the road-side, in a lifeless state—he never spoke afterwards. The immediate cause of death has been supposed to be a rupture of the bladder; and the evidence at an inquest, which was held on the body on Thursday, tended to strengthen the impression that something of the kind had taken place; but the surgeon who was called in expressed an opinion that a blood-vessel at the base of the brain had been ruptured. Lord Harewood was in his seventy-fourth year, having been born in 1767. In 1794, he married Henrietta, eldest daughter of the late Sir John Saunder SEBRIGHT; who died in February, 1840. He has left a large family: his eldest son, Viscount LASCELLES, succeeds to the Earldom in his forty-sixth year. The Lord-Lieutenancy of the West Riding of Yorkshire is vacated by this death.