Saturday 05 Feb 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Cheetham, on Tuesday, the 25th ult., at St. Luke's, Mr. Robert HOPE, second son of Mr. Joseph HOPE, wine merchant, of this city, to Jane, third daughter of Mr. Thomas NELSON, Prospect House, Cheetham, near Manchester.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 29th ult., Mr. Richard COWEL, of Liverpool, merchant, to Miss Mary Hannah STALKER, of Carlisle.
At St. Mary's, on the 1st inst., Mr. Samuel WATSON, to Miss Eliza JOHNSTON.
At Broomfield Church, on the 29th ult., Mr. Wm. HENDERSON, saddler, Wigton, to Mary, third daughter of Mr. John EDWARDS, Birch Hill.
At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on the 1st inst., Mr. George DUGGAN, to Miss Mary WRIGHT.
At Cockermouth Church, on the 26th ult., Mr. Henry WILKINS, hatter, to Mrs. Ann SLEVAN.
At Garrigill, on the 27th ult., Mr. Thos. LITTLE, of Redwing, to Miss Margaret VIPOND, of Dryburn; same day, Mr. Thomas VIPOND, to Miss Hannah WAUGH, of Tynehead.
At Alston, on the 29th ult., Mr Joseph GILL, of High Park, to Miss Mary BRAMWELL, of Foreshield; and on the 30th ult., Mr. William SETREE, to Miss Sarah WAUGH, both of Alston.
At St. James's Chapel, Whitehaven, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. Thomas WILSON, mariner, to Miss Dorothy WALSH, both of Whitehaven.
At Liverpool, on the 20th ult., Capt. Jonathan JACKSON, of the barque Alice BROOKS, of that port, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Thomas KENDALL, innnkeeper, King Street, all of Whitehaven.
At the Parish Church, Workington, last week, by the Rev. Jos. HETHERINGTON, A.M., Mr. William ATKINSON, husbandman, to Miss Mary BORROW.
At St. John's Chapel, Keswick, on Monday week, Mr. John SCURR, joiner and cabinet maker, son of Mr. SCURR, of the Dog and Gun Inn, Keswick, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. Joseph BROWN, auctioneer, of the same place.
At Annan, on the 30th ult., Mr. Isaac OSTLE, yeoman, Seaville, to Miss Frances NUTTER, Carlisle.
At Annan, on the 17th ult., by the Rev. James DOBIE, Thos. WILLIAMSON, Esq., of Dornock, surgeon, in Annan, to Janet, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John SMITH, Kirkland, Hoddam.
At Aston, near Birmingham, William A. PEEL, Esq., son of the late Jonathan PEEL, Esq., of Culham, Oxfordshire, to Anna, daughter of the late Major LEAVIS, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
In Blackfriars' Street, on Thursday last, Susannah HOLME, aged 32 years, much respected.
In Caldew Side, on the 30th ult., Mary M'CORMICK, aged 82 years.
In Bridge Street, on the 2nd inst., Mary HARKNESS, aged 64 years.
In Caldcoats, on the 3rd inst., Mary BULMAN, aged 67 years.
At Stainton, on Saturday last, Joseph, the son of the late Mr. John CLEMITSON, aged 13 years.
At Carlton, on the 28th ult., Mr. Thomas JOHNSTONE, aged 72 years, much and deservedly respected by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances.
At Carlton, near this city, Mary, relict of the late Mr. John HARRINGTON, aged 76 years.
At the house of Mr. John DAVIDSON, of Patten Beck, near this city, on the 22nd ult., Jane M'ADAM, aged 5 years.
At the house of her son, Mr. Richard WATSON, of Plumpton, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Sybil WATSON, aged 83 years, relict of the late Mr. John WATSON, of Newlaith's Hall, near Carlisle.
At Neddom Hill, in the parish of Wigton, on the 31st ult., Mrs. LIGHTFOOT, aged 79 years.
At Penrith, on the 29th ult., Mr. John COULSON, quarryman; same day, Mr. Anthony SMITH, at the advanced age of 99 years; John, son of Mr. Richard STORY, aged 3 years.
At Timpron Hall, near Penrith, on the 28th ult., Mrs. WILSON, one of the Society of Friends.
At Kirkcambeck, on the 26th ult., Mr. Josepy PARKER. Mr. P. was a good specimen of an East Cumberland yeoman. In politics he was a Liberal from conviction. He was well read and consequently better informed than many in his sphere of life. Of simple and unassuming manners—of retired habits and disposition—his worth was best known to his immediate friends and acquaintances. Straight-forward, consistent, and honest, his conduct through life acquired for him the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He has gone to the grave in the fullness of years, having attained the very advanced age of 85.
At his residence at Corbridge, on the 25th ult., aged 50 years, Ridley HALL, Esq., much and deservedly respected by all who knew him.
At his house in Wood Street, Maryport, on the 30th ult., after a lingering illness, borne with the greatest fortitude and resignation, Edward DUGGAN, Esq., aged 63 years. He was distinguished for his integrity as a merchant—for his philanthropy as a man—and for his charity as a christian. His afflicted relatives will feel the void thus created by the loss which they and society in general have sustained.
At Workington, on the 24th ult., Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of Mr. George HALLIDAY.
At Alston, on the 1st inst., Mr. Alexander PATTINSON, blacksmith, aged 40 years.
At Greenends, near Alston, on the 1st inst., Friend, son of the late Mr. Jacob WALTON, aged 20 years.
At Ullock, in the parish of Dean, on Tuesday night week, John, only son of Mr. HUDSON, of that place, aged 18 years.
At Chorley, in Lancashire, on the 23rd ult., the Rev. Thomas TODHUNTER, incumbent of St. George's Church, in that town, aged 47 years, and son of the late Mr. TODHUNTER, of Jericho, near Whitehaven.
At Seaton, near Workington, on the 27th ult., Mary, the wife of Mr. William LINTON, aged 72 years.
In Catherine Street, Whitehaven, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Mary GIBSON, aged 86 years, last surviving daughter of the late Edmund GIBSON, Esq., of Barfield, Cumberland.
In Whitehaven, lately, after a lingering illness, Mr. Joseph WESTRAY, shipping agent, aged 33 years; Mrs. Jane BLAIN, aged 74 years; Mr. Thomas BENSON, innkeeper and painter, aged 42 years; Ann, daughter of Mr. John HEAD, aged 23 years; and at the Union Workhouse, Sarah LINDALL, aged 78 years.
At Great Crosthwaite, near Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mr. Edward PEARSON, labourer, aged 33 years.
At Keswick, on the 16th ult., Eleanor, wife of Mr. George ADDINSON, stonemason, after a long and severe affliction, the deceased not being able to lay down in bed for the last five years, aged 69 years.
At Netherwasdale, on Tuesday week, Mr. John MILLER, at an advanced age.
At Brockwoodlees, Cannobie, on Friday week, Mary, the wife of Mr. John THOMPSON, of Mouldy Hills, and only daughter of Mr. A. DOW, of the former place, aged 24 years, very much lamented.
At Dumfries, on the 29th ult., James, third son of Mr. BROWN, dyer, of that place.
At Camberwell, London, Mr. Henry TYSON, joiner and cabinet maker, and son of the late Mr. H. TYSON, of Calderbridge, aged 49 years.
On Sunday morning, after a lengthened illness, Lady Louisa MURRAY, lady of the Right Hon. Sir George MURRAY, Master General of the Ordnance.
At Kingston, on Wednesday week, the Rev. Dr. FISHER, the respected and venerable master of the Charter-house, in his 92nd year.
DEATH OF THE DUKE OF CLEVELAND.—It is our painful duty to record the death of his Grace the Duke of Cleveland, which took place on Saturday morning at seven o'clock, at his residence in St. James's Square. The late nobleman, who had been for some time suffering from severe illness, was Duke and Marquess of Cleveland, Earl of Darlington, Viscount and Baron Barnard, of Barnard's Castle, and Baron Raby, of Raby Castle, county Durham; he was also Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Durham, and Vice-Admiral of the Coast of Durham, and Colonel of the Durham Militia. He was born July 27, 1760, and was consequently in his 76th year. He succeeded to the earldom in September, 1792, having previously married Lady Katherine POWLETT, second daughter and co-heiress of Harry, sixth and last Duke of Bolton, and co-heir of one moiety of the Barony of St. John of Basing; this lady died in 1807, six years after which the late duke married Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Robert RUSSELL. His grace had no issue by the second marriage, but by his first he has left surviving a family of six children. He is succeeded by his eldest son, the Earl of Darlington, member for South Salop, in the representation of which his accession to the peerage consequently creates a vacancy. The present duke, who is a Tory in politics, contrary to the principles uniformly and warmly professed by his predecessor, was born in 1788, and married, when in his twenty-second year, Lady Sophia, eldest daughter of John, fourth Earl of Powlett, who is three years older than himself. They have no family. The brothers and sisters of the present duke are Lord William POWLETT, Lady Augusta MILBANKE, Lady Louisa MEYRICK, Lady Arabella ARDEN, and Lord Henry VANE, M.P., whose principles assimilate with those of his lamented parent. The barony of Barnard has been in the family since 1699; the dukedom was conferred in 1833.
DEATH OF JOHN SMITH, ESQ., OF DALE PARK.—This eminent banker, who died on Tuesday week, at his seat in Sussex, in his 75th year, was brother to the late, and uncle to the present Lord Carrington. He formerly represented Midhurst and the county of Sussex in Parliament, and has died extremely wealthy. The bulk of his large fortune goes to J. A. SMITH, Esq., M.P., of Belgrave Square, his eldest son, who is married to a daughter of Sir Samuel C. JERVOISE, Bart.
DEATH OF MR. DAVIDGE.— This well-known actor died on Monday last, of a cancerous affection, under which he laboured for the last six months.
Count PELET, (de la Lozere,) Peer of France, and Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour, died at Paris on Wednesday week, in his 83rd year.