Saturday 14 May 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At St. Mary's, on the 7th inst., Mr. James NELANDS, to Miss Elizabeth HILL; same day, Mr. Robert THOMPSON, to Miss Isabella ARMSTRONG.
At St. Mary's, on the 12th instant, Mr. Richard BUSHBY, to Frances M'MURROW, both of Howes.
At Abbey Church, on Saturday last, Mr. William WILSON, of Mowbray, to Mary, second daughter of Joseph PAPE, Esq., of Goody Hills.
At Barton Church, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. T. GIBSON, Mr. Thomas JACKSON, of Martindale, to Miss Eliza HODGSON, of Toad Gill, Newchurch.
At Moresby, on the 9th instant, Mr. John HEWITT, to Miss Mary LAWSON, both of Parton.
At Egremont, on the 9th inst., Mr. J. SANDERSON, mariner, to Miss E. MOSSOP, of Egremont.
At Workington, on the 7th inst., Mr. Patrick MURRAY, to Miss Mary Ann KINNION; on the 8th inst., Mr. Henry SAVAGE, shipwright, to Miss Jane DALEY.
At Torpenhow, on the 7th inst., Mr. Thomas MOOR, of Mealsgate, to Miss Sarah WILKINSON, of Alderscugh, near Cockbridge.
At Millom, on the 5th inst., Captain BARROW, of the Kirkby, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. PARKE, merchant, near Holborn Hill.
At Bowness Church, Windermere, on the 5th inst., Mr. PEARSON, of Border Side, Crosthwaite, to Miss GREENHOW, of Low House, near Bowness.
In Paternoster Row, on Thursday last, aged 58 years, Mr. John HUTTON, for thirty years black and whitesmith in this city. He was a member of the Wesleyan Association from its commencement, and filled the office of Circuit Steward with credit to himself and satisfaction to his brethren. As a husband and a parent he was kind and affectionate, and deservedly respected by all who knew him.
In King Street, on the 10th instant, John, son of Mr. John STODDART, grocer, aged 6 years.
At the House of Recovery, on Thursday last, Mrs. Mary MORLEY, of Hayton, near Warwick Bridge, aged 53 years.
At Caldcoats, on the 9th inst., Mary TURNER, aged 32 years.
In Willow Holme, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Jane THOMLINSON, aged 64 years.
At Netherton, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Abigail SOWERBY, aged 72 years.
At Ratten Row, on the 24th ult., Mr. John STRONG, aged 39 years.
At Thursby, on Monday, the 2nd inst., after a tedious illness, Mrs. Nancy JEFFERSON, aged 76 years; also, at the same place, on the 9th inst., after a lingering illness, Mr. Robert THOMLINSON, cooper, late of Curthwaite, aged 75 years.
At Oulton, on the 4th inst., suddenly, Joseph SIM, son of the late Joseph SIM, of Allonby, and captain and owner of the Mary, aged 52 years,—much respected by a numerous circle of friends.
At Cape Aden, in Arabia, in the East Indies, on the 14th June, 1840, aged 34 years, and formerly of Wigton, in this county, Sergeant Henry LANGCAKE, of the Regiment of Bombay European Infantry, in the service of the East India Company. He was at the taking of Cape Aden in 1839, under the command of Commodore SMITH and General Sir John, now Lord KEAN [sic – should be KEANE], and on which memorable occasion he signalized himself by taking a standard with his own hands. The forces employed on the occasion received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament. He was during 10 years service highly esteemed by his officers as a peaceable and brave soldier, and had he lived a little longer, as a compensation for his long services, he would have received a pension equal to his full pay, by the East India Company. He fell a sacrifice and victim to the severe heat and long services in a tropical climate.
At Roweltown, in the parish of Stapleton, lately, Mr. John BATY, yeoman, aged 61 years.
At Matterdale Parsonage, after a long and painful illness, borne with christian fortitude in the resignation of the divine will, the Rev. Joseph THOMPSON, incumbent of the above chapelry, in tbe 53rd year of his age.
At the Abbey, Holme Cultram, on the 19th ult., Mrs. Margaret HARRISON, aged 58 years.
At Whitbeck, on the 6th inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. James HUDDLESTON, yeoman, aged 82 years.
At Millbeck, near Keswick, on the 4th inst., Sarah BENN, aged 10 years.
At Keswick, lately, Hannah, wife of Mr. Thomas DIXON, labourer, aged 76 years; same place, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Thomas MITCHELL, mason, aged 75 years; same place, Mary, wife of Mr. William DIXON, formerly of the excise, aged 66 years.
At Cockermouth, on the 5th inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. James BIRKETT, tanner.
At Sylecroft, in the parish of Whicham, on the 6th inst., Mr. William BROCKLEBANK, yeoman, aged 86 years.
At Workington, lately, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thos. EMERSON, aged 16 years.
At Frostoms, near Workington, on the 8th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Joseph GRIFFIN, aged 83 years.
At Wood, near Mosser, on the 29th ult., Mr. James RITSON, tile-maker, aged 48 years.
At Egremont, on the 6th inst., Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Wm. THOMPSON, cabinet maker, aged 10 years.
At High Harrington, on the 7th inst., Ann, the wife of Mr. William MARTIN, aged 40 years.
At the Preston Quarter Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, on the 7th inst., Alexander MONRO, aged 43 years.
In Bryanston Square, London, on the 5th inst., after a short illness, Augusta, third daughter of George BURDON, Esq., of Felton Park, Northumberland.
At Haydon Bridge, lately, aged 76 years, much respected, Mr. Mable WOODMAN, late of Langley Castle, farmer; at the same place, aged 33 years, Sarah, wife of Mr. Thomas STOKOE, mason.
At Newcastle, at the Barrasbridge, on the 8th inst., aged 68 years, Mr. Cuthbert BURNUP. The severe and long protracted illness which preceded his death was borne with exemplary fortitude and resignation, and a life spent in active and honourable exertions as a merchant and builder, together with his social qualities, had endeared him to his family, and rendered him extensively known and respected by the public, and warmly esteemed by a numerous circle of friends.
DEATH OF THE DOWAGER DUCHESS OF RICHMOND.—The above highly-respected lady expired at her mansion, in Portland Place, on Wednesday week. The deceased duchess, who was eldest daughter of Alexander, 4th Duke of Gordon, and co-heir of her brother the late Duke of Gordon, was born September 20th, 1768; and was, consequently, in her 74th year. The late duchess was married September 9, 1789, to the late Duke of Richmond, by whom she had issue a family of fourteen children.
DEATH OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR WILTSHIRE WILSON, K.C.H.—The above gallant officer expired at Cheltenham on Sunday last, where he had resided for some time past. The deceased was in his 80th year, having been born in 1762. He was second son of Major WILSON, of Wollock-grange, Northumberland, and was twice married,—namely, first, in 1889, to Miss LEES; and, secondly, in 1825, to Miss GLEN, daughter of Mr. Thomas Chambly, Lower Canada [sic – correct: daughter of Mr. Jacob GLEN of Chambly].
Mr. HEALEY, the popular composer and leader, died suddenly on Tuesday. He was considered a first-rate musician and was author of a number of popular airs and melodies.