Saturday 26 Feb 1842 (p. 3, col. 7)
On Tuesday last, in Fisher Street, the lady of Silas SAUL, jun., Esq., of a son.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 22nd instant, Mr. William ASHBURNER, dyer, of Blackfriars' Street, to Miss Elizabeth BERN, of Water Street.
At the Register Office, Brampton, on Saturday last, Mr. John ROBSON, of Corby, joiner, to Miss Hannah DODD, of Castlecarrock.
At Gretna, on Friday, the 18th instant, Mr. Jos. TOPPING, tailor, to Miss Eleanor BROWN, daughter of Mr. L. BROWN (late of Carlisle), both of Brampton.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. William CASSON, tailor, Whitehaven, to Mary Pattinson, daughter of Mr. Pattinson LAWSON, of Bowness. [See correction in next week’s Journal – father of the bride was Mr. Richard LAWSON.]
At the parish church, Workington, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Joseph HETHERINGTON, A.M., Mr. John BROWN, stonemason, to Miss Ann YOUNG.
At St. John's Chapel, Workington, on the 18th instant, by the Rev. W. JACKSON, B.A., Mr. John BOCKLEY, coalfactor, of Belfast, to Miss Ann SATTERTHWAITE, Cross Hill, Workington.
At Cockermouth, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. Edwin ELLIOT, Mr. James GREEN, nailor, to Miss Mary SCARROW.
At Egremont, on Monday last, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Mr. John HELLOM, to Miss Elizabeth JACKSON.
At Bootle, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. Alexander SCOTT, A.M., rector, Mr. STORKE [James STORK according to FreeBMD], hosier, Lancaster, to Miss Clifford DE MAINE, of Chorley, late of Cartmel.
On the morning of Sunday, the 20th instant, Mr. Wm. F. HILDEBRAND, surgeon, in the prime of life.
On Monday, the 21st instant, at the house of her aunt, Miss PEARSON, in Castle Street, Mrs. HILDESHEIMER, second daughter of the late Dr. PEARSON.
In John Street, since our last, Mr. Thomas James MINGINS, aged 22 years.
At the Three Tuns Tavern, Trongate, Glasgow, on the 23rd inst., Hannah, the wife of John LENNOX, formerly of this city,—much and deeply regretted.
On the 15th instant, at Frankfort-sur-Maine, Sir Francis FLETCHER VANE, Bart., of Armathwaite Hall, in this county. Sir Francis had been in a declining state of health for some time, and had gone to the continent for change of air. He has, we believe, left one son (a minor, who succeeds to the title) and two daughters.
On the 12th instant, in child birth, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. MOORE, corn factor, Liverpool, and daughter of John PATTINSON, Esq., Angerton.
At Sierra Leone, on the 14th December last, of the sickness peculiar to that country, Mr. Turner GRAHAM, late of Bolton Gate, in this county, aged 21 years. The deceased served his apprenticeship in the barque Volunteer, of Whitehaven, of which he was at the time of his death first mate. He was much respected by his Captain and the crew.
At the Lonning Houses, Dalston, on Sunday last, Mr. George BARNES, cotton-spinner, aged 77 years.
At Brampton Workhouse, lately, Robert BELL, aged 84 years.
At Brampton, on the 15th instant, Margaret, the widow of the late William BLAYLOCK, yeoman, of Beaumont, aged 69 years.
At Alston, on the 17th instant, Mrs. Jane PATTINSON, aged 70 years; same place, on the 20th, Mrs. Elizabeth TODD, aged 90 years.
At Nenthead, on the 21st instant, Mr. Hugh HUTCHINSON, aged 62 years; on the 24th, Mr. Nicholas MAUGHAN, aged 68 years.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, in the 73rd year of her age, Mrs. Judith WHARTON; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. William HENNON, waller, aged 54 years.
At Keswick, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Agnes ATKINSON, at the great age of 85 years; same place, on the 18th instant, Jane, wife of Mr. Harrison BANKS, saddler, aged 28 years.
At Workington, lately, Mrs. Hannah THOMPSON, spinster, aged 83 years; Fletcher, son of Mrs. Eleanor BENSON, aged two years.
At Egremont, on Saturday last, after a long illness, Mr. James HALE, aged 18 years; same place, on Monday last, Mr. Moses LONG, formerly of Santon Bridge, after a protracted illness, aged 62 years.
At Whitehaven, on the 14th instant, at the great age of 88 years, Mrs. HESLOP, relict of the late Mr. Thomas HESLOP, of the Seaton and Lowca iron works; same place, on the 17th, Mr. William CORRIE, aged 77 years; on the 19th, Mrs. Ann DIXON, aged 87 years; on the 18th, Mrs. Elizabeth BALDRIDGE, widow of Mr. William BALDRIDGE, in her 81st year; on the 14th, Mary, wife of Mr. Joseph CASSON, aged 71 years; on the 15th, Mrs. Mary RAMSBOTTOM, widow, aged 65 years; on the 20th, Thomas HUGGIN, aged 80 years.
Suddenly, on his passage from Demerara, Mr. Joseph BENN, late master of the Bonanza, of Whitehaven, in his 40th year.
At Bombay, on the 13th October last, Mr. William BEATTIE, aged 39 years, mate of the Margaret, of Liverpool, and formerly of Whitehaven.
On the 13th of November last, at Cape Town, on the coast of Africa, Mr. John MAWSON, mariner, aged 21 years. The deceased was the eldest son of Mr. MAWSON, of Croft Nook, near Whitehaven.
On Thursday week, Mr. D. E. MORRIS, proprietor of the Haymarket Theatre. Mr. MORRIS was born about 1770, of humble parents; chance threw him in early life in the way of George COLMAN the elder; under his patronage Mr. MORRIS advanced in fortune, and COLMAN the younger marrying his (MORRIS') sister, introduced him to the theatre. He obtained a situation in the Admiralty, and, husbanding his resources, became a monied man. Nearly forty years since he purchased a share in the Haymarket Theatre, and whilst COLMAN was in the King's Bench, managed that establishment. He lived to pay off all his partners, and became sole proprietor. In his Paul Pry season he realised £14,000.