Saturday 22 Jan 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At St. Mary's, on the 20th inst., Mr. John NICHOLSON, to Miss Jane STORY, both of Cargo, in the parish of Stanwix.
At Wigton, on Monday, the 17th inst., by the Rev. Joseph REED, M.A., Curate of Humshaugh, Northumberland, G. C. DIXON, Esq., Eden Hall, to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of the late Rev. Thomas WATSON, formerly Vicar of that place.
At Crosscannonby, on the 13th inst., Mr. J. BROWN, mariner, to Miss MARTIN, both of Maryport.
At Cockermouth, on the 13th inst., Mr. George ASKINS, of Maryport, to Miss Mary HUNTER, of Cockermouth.
At St. John's Church, Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mr. BROWN, surgeon, to Agnes, daughter of Mr. John AIREY, black-lead pencil manufacturer.
At the Parish Church of Newent, Gloucestershire, on Thursday, the 13th inst., by the Venerable Archdeacon ONSLOW, Vicar, Mr. William ROUTLEDGE, of Lambeth, Surrey, and formerly of Bewcastle, in this county, to Henrietta, youngest daughter of Mr. William Giles NICHOLL, of the former place.
At St. George's Church, Hanover Square, London, on the 8th inst., Mr. Edwin Holwell HEYWOOD, son of E. H. HEYWOOD, Esq., of Whitehaven, to Anne Nairn, youngest daughter of the late William MARTIN, Esq., of Barnett's Place, East Grinstead, Sussex.
At the house of her son, Mr. Richard BROWN, brewer, in this city, on Thursday morning last, Mrs. BROWN, at an advanced age, much and deservedly respected.
In Blackfriar's Street, on Wednesday, the 12th inst., Mr. John ARMSTRONG, grocer, aged 65 years,—whose decease will be severely felt by his family and friends.
In John Street, on the 17th inst., John KENYON, aged 38 years.
In St. Mary's Workhouse, on the 18th inst., Wm. GREGSON, aged 71 years; same day, Sarah MILLER, aged 73 years; on the 19th, Jane RIDLEY, aged 23 years.
In East Street, Botchergate, on the 20th inst., Mr. William LOWRY, cotton spinner, aged 22 years.
At Ricktebucto, N.A., on the 10th of December last, Mr. R. J. GRAHAM, surgeon, aged 38 years, second son of the late Mr. John GRAHAM, Abbey Street, Carlisle.
At Ann's Hill, near this city, on the 20th inst., Archibald IRWIN, late of Liverpool, aged 82 years, one of the Society of Friends, much respected.
At her residence, Etterby Lodge, near Carlisle, on Sunday, the 16th inst., Mrs. BIRKETT, relict of the late Edward BIRKETT, Esq., aged 76 years.
At Wigton, on the 14th inst., after a long and painful illness, borne with truly christian fortitude, George JACKSON, aged 40 years, formerly colour-sergeant in the 69th Regt. of Foot. His remains were borne to the tomb by six of the teetotal committee, of which society he was a consistent member, and also a communicant of the Independent Church.
At Parton, near Wigton, on the 9th inst., Mrs. ISMAY, aged 81 years.
At Longhead, in the parish of Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Michael DAND, aged 57 years.
At Oulton, in the parish of Wigton, Mr. William HALL, aged 38 years.
At the Thorn, near Penrith, on the 18th inst., after a short illness, aged 69 years, the Hon. Robert LEESON, youngest son of the late Earl of Milltown, and one of the Justices of the Peace for this county.
At Penrith, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Margaret JACKSON, aged 67 years; on the 19th, Ann, wife of Mr. George UDALE, aged 33 years.
At Plumpton, near Penrith, lately, Mr. John JEPSON, yeoman, aged 60 years.
At Cockermouth, on Wednesday week, much respected, Ann, widow of the late Mr. Robert BELL, cartwrigbt, aged 83 years.
At Cockermouth, on the 17th inst., John, the eldest son of Mr. J. RICHARDSON, jun., aged two and a half years.
On the 9th of August, on board the brig Airey, Capt. NICHOLSON, on his homeward passage from Calcutta, after an illness of three weeks, John Fearon SMITH, eldest son of Mr. William SMITH, boot and shoe maker, Cockermouth, in the 19th year of his age, much and deservedly respected by both officers and crew. He was a young man of a generous disposition, an obedient son, and a pleasant companion.
At Maryport, on the 9th instant, in the 72d year of his age, Mr. Simon PEARSON, late of Dearham Row.
At Maryport, on the 13th inst., Francis, only son of Mr. Francis WALKER, of Ambleside, solicitor, aged 26 years.
At Whitehow Head, near Haile, Mr. Joseph BROWN, aged 75 years.
At Workington, on Wednesday week, Mr. Simpson PENRICE, engineer, aged 78 years.
In George Street, Whitehaven, on Saturday last, Mrs. Margaret RULE, widow, aged 82 years; and same day, at New Houses, Mary, wife of Mr. James FEE, aged 25 years.
In the Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, on the 17th inst., Eleanor CROSBY, aged 71 years, late of Cockermouth; and on the 19th, Jonah GRAHAM, aged 67, late of Harrington.
At Uldale, on Tuesday morning last, after a lingering and protracted illness, borne with much piety and christian resignation, Isabella, the wife of Mr. Robert SKELTON, aged 62 years, much and deservedly respected.
At Appleby, on Sunday, the 16th inst., after a long and severe affliction, which she bore with christian fortitude, Mrs. NICHOLSON, aged 51 years, wife of Mr. W. NICHOLSON, draper. She had been a consistent member of the Wesleyan Connection for many years; and, through faith in her Redeemer, she was enabled to rejoice in her last moments. Her remains were followed to the grave by a numerous circle of friends and relatives, by whom she was much respected.
At Alnwick, on the 6th inst., in the 82d year of his age, Mr. William TARN, a native of Newcastle, and one of the oldest freemen of that borough. His gentlemanly manners and kindness of heart, endeared him to all who knew him. For upwards of thirty years he followed the profession of a picture cleaner, with great success. In the course of his long practice he became an accomplished connoisseur in the various schools of painting, and he has added the memoirs of 1810 artists to his copy of Pilkington's Dictionary of Painters. He wrote the life of CARTREY, the artist, and he has also left a manuscript memoir of his own life, containing interesting conversations and criticisms of several celebrated modern artists, and some of the most distinguished patrons of painting.
On the 9th inst., aged 49 years, Lieut. Robert CRISP, late of the 1st Royal Regt. of Foot, and second son of the late Captain Robert CRISP, adjutant of the Northumberland Militia. The death of Lieut. CRISP was occasioned by being thrown from his horse, near Rock Lodge, while returning from a visit to a friend; the lights of the mail, it is supposed, had scared the horse. The son of the deceased accompanied him, and was at a short distance, when the melancholy accident occurred.
At Hampton Court Palace, on Monday morning week, the Countess of Erne, mother to Lady Wharncliffe, and grandmother to the Hon. J. S. WORTLEY, M.P. for Yorkshire.
DEATH OF VISCOUNTESS DEERHURST.—We have to record the death of the above amiable viscountess. Her ladyship expired at Pau, on Friday week, the 7th inst. By her ladyship's demise, the families of the Earl and Countess of Coventry, Lord and Lady Holland, Lord Northwick, Dowager Lady COCKERELL, Sir Charles and Lady COCKERELL, &c., are placed in mourning.
At Bath, on Saturday week, the Dowager Lady LEIGHTON. Her ladyship was sister of Lord STANLEY, of Alderley, and the present Bishop of Norwich.
At Jarviston, Old House, William MEEK, in his 90th year. He had lived under the family of that estate for upwards of seventy years. As an instance of longevity among the dependents of the same property, it is said that the combined ages of six individuals, all residing within a mile of each other, and alive within the last three years, amounts to five hundred and thirty-one years,—viz. Christina CULLEN, 100; Margaret HILL, 91, (still alive); William MEEK, 90; Janet WALKER, his wife, 86, (still alive); Robert VALLENCE, 86; and Jane FRAME, 84.