Saturday 15 Jan 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Park End, Workington, on Thursday week, the Lady of of E. S. CURWEN, Esq., of a son.
At St. Mary's, on the 10th inst., Mr. Edward MASON, of the Royal Artillery, to Miss Margaret BEALE.
At the Presbyterian Chapel, in communion with the Church of Scotland, on Saturday morning, the 1st inst., by the Rev. John PARK, Mr. Thomas JOHNSTON, mason, Warwick, to Miss Margaret LITTLE, of Moorhouses.
At Brampton, on the 13th inst., Mr. John ARMSTRONG, hatter, to Miss Elizabeth BURN; also at the same time, Mr. Robert TURNBULL, clogger, to Miss Mary Ann CLARK.
At Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 11th inst., by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M., Mr. HODGSON, surgeon, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. STAMPER, gentleman.
At Crosscannonby, on the 11th inst., Mr. John BROWN, to Miss Ann RAVEL, both of Maryport; on the 12th, Mr. Johnson MELMOUR, to Miss Mary NELSON, both of Maryport.
At Lamplugh, on Sunday week, by the Rev. Joseph GILLBANKS, rector, Mr. William BANKS, husbandman, son of Mr. BANKS, of Hensingham, to Miss Margaret DAVIDSON.
At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Frederick WILLIAMS, comedian, to Miss Margaret ROBINSON, dress-maker, Cockermouth.
At St. John's Chapel, Workington, on Saturday last, by the Rev. W. JACKSON, A.B., Mr. Thomas BECK, to Miss Frances WARD, both of Workington.
At Egremont, on Monday last, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Mr. Edward ROBINSON, husbandman, to Miss Mary BENN, both of that town.
At Workington, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. J. HETHERINGTON, M.A., Mr. W. PATTINSON, mariner, to Miss Grace SMITH.
At Harrington, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Peter VON ESSEN, rector, Capt. MARTIN, to Mary, eldest daughter of Capt. DITCHBURN.
At Trinity Church, Whitehaven, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Thomas DALTON, Reuben, eldest son of Mr. John MELDRUM, nurseryman, &c., Kendal, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John LAMB, slater, &c., of Whitehaven.
At St. Nicholas's Chapel, Whitehaven, on Saturday last, by the Rev. C. M. CHRISTIE, Mr. Jacob PELL, upholsterer, to Miss Hannah BOLTON, milliner.
In Abbey Street, on Sunday last, aged 32 years, Mary Ellis, eldest daughter of Richard CUST, Esq., of this city.
At Brighton, on the 5th inst., in his 19th year, Frederick Dennison, third son of Reginald GRAHAM, Esq.
At the house of Mr. James THOMPSON, Rose and Castle, Castle Street, on Tuesday last, Mr. George GILBERTSON, painter, aged 27 years. He was in the employ of Mr. THOMPSON for the last ten months, and is [sic] death is deeply lamented.
At Caldcoats, on the 4th inst., William SAWYER, aged 27 years.
At Denton Hill, on the 7th inst., Mary STOREY, aged 62 years.
In London, at the residence of her son, on the 7th inst, aged 79 years, Jane, relict of the late Thomas WATSON, formerly of Warwick Bridge Mill, near this city.
At Brampton, on the 9th inst., Mr. John NICHOLSON, formerly of Rule Holme, aged 33 years.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, after a long and severe illness, borne with the greatest patience and resignation, Mary, the beloved wife of the Rev. Jonathan IRVING, vicar of that place, in the 45th year of her age, deeply lamented.
At the Wigton Union Workhouse, on the 25th ult., Sarah BEATY, aged 72 years; same place, on the 7th inst., William HODGSON, aged 77 years.
At Aikbank, in the parish of Wigton, on the 6th inst., Mr. Geo. CORRIE, aged 84 years.
At Wigton, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Eleanor M'QUIGGEN, aged 75 years; same place, on the 10th, Mr. Charles ATKINSON, aged 80 years.
At Green Row, Abbey Holme, on the 4th inst., Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Archibald UNDERWOOD, aged 14 years.
At Sylecroft, in Whicham, on Monday last, Sarah, relict of the late Mr. Isaiah SANDWITH, aged 80 years; and at the same place, lately, Mr. John LOWTHER, yeoman, in his 67th year.
At the Workhouse, Bootle, on Tuesday week, Mary SINCLAIR, late of Wasdale Head, aged 74 years.
At Little Blencow, in the parish of Greystoke, on the 2nd inst., Mr. John STOCKDALE, aged 70 years, much respected by all who knew him.
At Brookfield Lodge, on the 8th inst., Mr. Wm. EDMONDSON, aged 55 years, much respected.
At Maryport, on the 9th inst., Mr. Simon PEARSON, late of Dearham, aged 72 years. Mr. P. was distinguished for his extreme politeness and desire to oblige, and few tradesmen in either Dearham or Maryport but have experienced his kind services, for nothing pleased him more than to be entrusted with parcels or letters, and he invariably felt a favour conferred by the confidence reposed in him.
At Maryport, on the 6th instant, Mr. John WALKER, grocer, aged 53 years, one of the Society of Friends.
At Cockermouth, on the 12th inst., Ann, relict of Mr. Robert BELL, cartwright, aged 95 years, much respected.
At Cragg, Setmurthy, on Friday, Nov. 19th, Mr. John FISHER, aged 71 years, greatly respected.
At Cockermouth, in child-bed, on Thursday week, Margaret, the wife of Mr. John PEARSON, dyer, aged 25 years; and on Sunday, Susannah, the wife of Mr. John TYSON, aged 72 years.
At Workington, lately, Mr. John M'NALLY, aged 66 years; and William, son of Mr. Robert BECK, aged 6 months.
At Bigrigg, near Egremont, Mary, daughter of Mrs. HILTON, in the 16th year of her age.
At St. Bees, on Saturday last, at the house of his son, Mr. Jonathan HERD, Mr. John HERD, formerly, and for a long time, of Pallaflatt, near Egremont, aged 85 years.
At Nethertown, near Egremont, on Sunday last, Jane, the daughter of Mr. Jonathan NOBLE, aged 26 years.
At Sandwith, on Tuesday week, at the great age of 86 years, Mr. James LITTLE, yeoman.
At Hensingham, near Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, Mrs. THOMPSON, wife of Mr. Charles THOMPSON, aged 71 years.
At Whitehaven, lately, William SIMPSON, Esq., surgeon, aged 58 years; John, eldest son of Mr. SPENCER, spirit merchant, in the prime of life; Mr. Joseph SHERWEN, butcher, aged 56 years; Ann, wife of Mr. James LEWIS, aged 35 years; and Mr. William SMITH, aged 72 years.
In the Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, Mary MAYSON, aged 53 years.
At Long Marton, near Appleby, on the 30th ult., Mr. John HARRISON, aged 55 years.
At Appleby, on the 11th inst., Elizabeth STEPHENSON, widow, aged 82 years; same place, on the 12th inst., Thomas PEARSON, aged 55 years.
At Falmouth, on the 9th inst., in the 40th year of his age, John Mitchinson CALVERT, Esq., M.D., eldest and last surviving son of the late William CALVERT, Esq., of Greta Bank, Keswick.
On the 29th of November last, on the outward bound voyage to Savannah, in his 27th year, John M'EWEN, mate of the ship Francis. While attending his duties he was washed overboard at midnight, during a storm. He was a young man of great promise, much respected by his employers, and deeply regretted by his afflicted parents and friends. He was son of Mr. George M'EWEN, of Tallentire, Cumberland, and nephew of Mr. John M'EWEN, of Locharthur, Newabbey.
At Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire, on Friday, the 24th ult., aged 28 years, William PARKE, of this town, grandson of the Rev. Mr. PARKE, late minister of Thwaites Chapel, Millom, Cumberland. He was a zealous and indefatigable advocate of tee-totalism. Upwards of 300 individuals followed his mortal remains to their final resting place.—Liverpool Mercury.
At the Low Door Inn, near Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr. Thomas MOSSOP, aged 14 years.
At Buenos Ayres, on the 19th of October last, after an illness of twenty-four hours, Myles, son of Mr John CRAGG, yeoman, Ronhead, near Dalton, Captain of the Bonanza, of Whitehaven, aged 26 years.
DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF CHICHESTER.—It is with feelings of unaffected regret we have to announce the death of Philip Nicholas SHUTTLEWORTH, Bishop of Chichester. His demise took place at the episcopal palace, on Friday night, at half-past ten o'clock. The remote cause of death is not known; no serious apprehensions were entertained by his family up to within half an hour of his death. He had been unwell a few days only. His lordship was in his 61st year, and universally beloved. Dr. SHUTTLEWORTH, who was Warden of New College, Oxford, was gazetted to the bishopric on the 8th Sept., 1840, on the demise of the lamented Bishop OTTER.—Sussex Adv.
THE LAST OF THE DERWENTWATERS.—On Tuesday last the rev. gentleman left Acton Burnell at an early hour, and on his arrival at Harley, two miles from Wenlock, about nine o'clock, two cottagers saw him passing down the road, when he suddenly staggered and fell to the ground in a fit of apoplexy. They hastened to his assistance, and lifted him up; but after breathing several heavy sighs he expired. The body was removed to Acton Burnell the same day, and will be interred in the chapel to-morrow. The deceased was in his 70th year. He was a student at Douay College, when the horrors of the French revolution compelled the inmates of that seminary to fly from France, and seek a shelter under the hospitable roofs of the wealthy members of the Catholic faith in Great Britain and other countries. He arrived at Acton Burnell, the seat of Sir Edward SMYTHE, with other refugees, in 1793, where he remained up to the time of his death; and during the last 26 years officiated as domestic chaplain to the family. He was the last descendant of the house of Derwentwater, which suffered so much in property and life for their adherence to the cause of the STUARTs.—Shrewsbury Chronicle.