Saturday 17 Dec 1842 (p. 3, col. 7)
At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher-street, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. R. HUNTER, Mr. I. F. WHITRIDGE, bookseller, of this city, to Rachel, second daughter of the late Mr. MILES, of Pate's Hill, in this county.
At St. Mary's Church, on Thursday, the 8th inst., by the Rev. W. REES, Mr. Robert CREIGHTON, of Lowther-street, to Miss Sarah MANDELL, of Wetheral.
At St. Mary's Church, on the 15th inst., Mr. Robert CHARTERS, to Miss Janet ARMSTRONG.
At the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Carlisle, on the 3rd inst., Mr. Thomas ATKINSON, Headsnook, to Miss Maria Mc.MULLAN, Warwick Bridge; also, on the 10th inst., Mr. Joseph COLLINS, cotton spinner, Trinity Buildings, to Miss Sarah KNOWLES, Trinity Buildings; same day, Mr. James RICHARDSON, Thursby, to Miss Matilda MATTHEWS, Bow, in the parish of Orton.
At Irthington, on the 10th inst., Mr. Joseph ATKINSON, boot and shoe maker, Brampton, to Miss BOUSTEAD, of Cumrenton.
At the Register Office, Wigton, on the 10th inst., Mr. John PATTINSON, of Greenspot, in the parish of Bowness, to Miss Margaret JOHNSON, of Kirkbampton.
At Abbey, on Saturday, the 3rd inst., by the Rev. J. SIMPSON, A.M., Mr. John RITSON, of Hayton Brow, Bromfield, to Julia, third daughter of Mr. Thomas PEARSON, of Cowper, Holme Cultram.
At Bromfield, on Saturday last, Mr. John ELLIOT, of Hayton, in the parish of Aspatria, to Miss Elizabeth TREMBLE, of Salta, Holme Cultram.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph JACKSON, weaver, formerly of Carlisle, to Miss Elizabeth HETHERINGTON, of the former place.
At Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mr. John CASSON, ship carpenter, to Miss Mary SCOTT.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Richard WATSON, second mate of the Derwent, of Whitehaven, to Eleanor HILTON, straw bonnet maker; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. John Park HODGSON, tailor, to Miss Mary HOLMES, dress maker.
At Cleator, on the 28th ult., Mr. Henry GAINFORD, spade maker, to Miss Margaret COLWELL; and on the 4th inst., Mr. Joseph HARKNESS, cordwainer, to Miss Ann THOMPSON.
At Kirkoswald, a few days ago, Mr. Thomas WARWICK, cabinet maker, to Miss Mary Ann ALLAN, housekeeper at the College, Kirkoswald.
At Dent, on Thursday week, Mr. W. D. BLADES, Sedbergh, surgeon, to Betsy, daughter of Mr. Rowland TATHAM, of Shoolbred, in Dent.
At Barton Church, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. T. GIGSON, Mr. Robert HODGSON, husbandman, to Miss Agnes SMITH, both of Martindale.
At Kirkby Ravensworth, near Richmond, Yorkshire, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. James HOLME, B.A., vicar of Kirkleatham, James STRACHAN, Esq., to Mary Anne, only daughter of the late John RICHARDSON, Esq., of Lowther, Westmoreland.
In West Tower Street, on the 13th inst., Mrs. GRAHAM, in her 79th year.
In Waugh's Lane, Botchergate, on Friday last, the 9th inst., Mrs. Margaret WILSON, widow, aged 69 years.
In Botchergate, on Saturday last, the 10th inst., Mrs. Jane WILSON, aged 54 years.
At Denton Holme Head, since our last, Mr. David BRANNAN, aged 49 years.
At the Infirmary, last week, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON, aged 29 years.
In Scotch-street, since our last, Mr. William TYSON, aged 77 years.
In Lowther-street, on the 9th inst., Mr. Joseph MEEKLEY, aged 21 years.
On the 12th inst., aged nine months, Jane Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Joseph WILSON, linen manufacturer, Bigg Market, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and formerly commercial traveller for J. & D. HEWSON, of this city.
At Cumwhitton, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, much and deservedly regretted, George, youngest son of Mr. Hugh EARL, Cumwhitton, yeoman, in the 27th year of his age.
At Wreay, in the parish of Westward, on Sunday, the 27th ult., Miss Jane JEFFERSON, at an advanced age.
At Hayton, on the 27th ult., William, third son of Mr. Gale BRISCO, of that place, and late of Langrigg, aged 22 years, after an illness of eight months from consumption. He was a very promising young man, and has died deeply regretted.
At Brampton, on the 12th inst., Margaret, wife of Mr. Thos. HETHERINGTON, late grocer, aged 84 years.
At Wardrew, near Gilsland, on the 5th inst., Mr. William BLENKINSOPP, aged 76 years.
At Little Clifton, on Saturday, the 3rd inst., after a tedious and lingering illness, Mr. John HETHERINGTON, aged 33 years.
At Clifton, near Lowther, a few days ago, Mr. John WILLIS, aged 88 years; and at Melkinthorpe, Sarah, the only daughter of Mr. William BOWNESS, yeoman, aged 32 years.
At Greysouthen, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Sarah MULCASTER, aged 41 years.
At Montreal, in Canada, on the 1st Nov. last, Anne, wife of Mr. Thomas LADYMAN, common brewer, late of Keswick, aged 27 years.
At Maryport, on Friday last, Mrs. Mary CUNNINGHAM, aged 81 years.
At Workington, since our last, Margaret, wife of Capt. John DAVIS, aged 63 years; Mr. Thomas GRIFFITHS, aged 76 years; and very suddenly, on the 10th inst., Eliza, wife of Mr. Francis TEMPLE, aged 35 years.
At Liverpool, on the 9th inst., after a long and painful illness, Sarah, the wife of Mr. Joseph GIBSON, mariner, formerly of Workington, aged 74 years.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mrs. Catherine PINDER, aged 71, landlady of the Dusty Miller, and relict of the late Capt. Richard PINDER.
At Whitehaven, Mr. Joseph Harrison, ship-carpenter, aged 50 years; at William Pit, Mr. Peter Wood, aged 36 years;
On Thursday, the 8th inst., aged 42, Ann, wife of the Rev. John SHACKLEY, York, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry RICHARDSON, of Ginns, near Whitehaven, sister to the Rev. Thomas RICHARDSON, and niece of the Rev. James RICHARDSON, Sub-Chanter of York Cathedral.
At Lowca, near Whitehaven, lately, Mr. John PENRICE, aged 65 years.
At Santon Bridge, on Thursday week, Mrs. TURNER, wife of Mr. Henry TURNER, aged 60 years.
At his residence, Bootham, York, on the 3rd inst., in the 75th year of his age, the Rev. Lamplugh HIRD, A.M., Prebendary of York Cathedral, Vicar of Paull, and one of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, and Deputy Lieutenant for the West Riding of Yorkshire.
DR. TAYLOR.—Died, on the 4th inst., in Larne, at the house of his brother-in-law, the Rev. James SMITH, Rector of Island Magee, after a long illness, John TAYLOR, Esq., of Blackhouse, Ayrshire. In the above simple intimation—which it would seem singular in us to pass unnoticed—will be recognised an individual who, under the professional designation of "Dr. TAYLOR," occupied, for many years, a large space in the public eye. Latterly, in declining health, he retired to the North of Ireland, where, in the society of near and attached relatives, he enjoyed that tranquility in which he had been long a stranger, and devoted himself closely to profitable study and reflection. Nothing, says an eye witness, could exceed the calmness and serenity of his mind in his latter moments; while, claiming that forgiveness he freely extended to all mankind, his last whisper was a hope of salvation through the Redeemer's merits.—Ayr Advertiser.
Near Bushmills, county Antrim, at an advanced age, Alex. M'MULLAH, locally called "Alick M'COCK." This singular individual has been long known to tourists and others who have visited the Giant's Causeway, as the principal "Causeway Guide," ever ready to entertain the vistant with legend and song, and to direct attention to everything remarkable about this grand natural curiosity.
At Stewartstown, county Tyrone, in her 103rd year, Catherine REYNOLDS. Within the last three years she was able to read without spectacles.