Saturday 25 Mar 1843   (p. 3, col. 6-7)





On Thursday, the 22nd inst., Mrs. KAY, of West Curthwaite, in the parish of Westward, a railway labourer's wife, gave birth to three

fine boys, who with their mother are doing well. 


At Monmouth, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. William HINDER, grocer, &c., of two sons and a daughter, who with their mother are

doing well. 





At Stanwix Church, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. T. WILKINSON, Edward WAUGH, Esq., solicitor, of Cockermouth, to Miss LIDDLE,

daughter of the late Mr. LIDDLE, wine merchant, of this city. 


At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher-street, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Richard HUNTER, Mr. Michael ROSS, ironmonger, to Miss Jane



At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 19th inst., Mr. Henry GADDES, of West Tower Street, smith, to Miss Margaret PATTINSON, of

Backhouse's Walk. 


At the Register Office, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas WALTON, of Nenthead, to Miss Margaret NICHOLSON, of Eden Brow, Wetheral. 


At Kirkbampton, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Robert FALLOWFIELD, Mr. John DAVIDSON, of Cargo Hill, to Ann, second daughter of the

late Mr. John LAWSON, of Kirkbampton. 


At Arthuret, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert TAYLOR, jun., to Jane, daughter of Mr. Wm. JOHNSTON, of Lairdstown. 


At Kirkandrews-on-Esk, on Wednesday last, Mr. William SIMPSON, baker, of Longtown, to Miss Jane LATIMER, of Glinger Bank. 


At Penrith, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Andrew BELL, draper, of Appleby, to Miss Isabella DIXON, milliner, Penrith. 


At Alston, on the 23rd inst., Mr. William RICHARDSON, miner, to Mrs. Susannah HOUNAM. 


At Crosscanonby, on the 21st inst., Mr. James ADAMS, late of the Derwent Constabulary Force, and formerly of the A. Division of the

Metropolitan, to Mrs. ASHCROFT, Grapes Inn, Maryport. 


At Crosscanonby, on the 20th inst., Mr. John Harkness THOMPSON, to Miss Mary Ann KIRKBY, both of Maryport. 


At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. John HARRISON, carpenter, Plumbland's Lane, to Miss Mary TODHUNTER, of Sandhill's Lane. 


At Harrington, on Thursday week, by the Rev. Peter VON ESSEN, rector, Capt. John LITTLEDALE, of the brig Liberty, to Miss Margaret

NICHOLSON, both of Harrington. 


At the Parish Church, Ulverston, Mr. John POSTLETHWAITE, of Low Nibthwaite, bobbin turner, to Miss M. A. NICHOLSON, of Spark Bridge.



At West Ilsley, Berks, on the 13th inst., Mr. Edward TAYLOR, steward of the above place, and late of Armathwaite, Cumberland, to

Miss Ann POSTLETHWAITE, of Keswick. 




In Lowther-street, on the 17th inst., Mr. John ERRINGTON, currier, aged 44 years; much respected. 


In Union Street, on Tuesday last, the 21st inst., Mr. David BARNFATHER, joiner, aged 53 years. 


In Bread Street, since our last, Mr. Matthew BELL, parish clerk of Sebergham for upwards of 40 years, aged 68. 


In John Street, since our last, Ann WATSON, aged 35 years. 


At Stubbs Buildings, since our last, Mr. Thomas KING, of Stubbs Buildings, aged 50 years. 


On board the Amelia, THOMPSON, of Ching Keang-foo, on the 26th September, Joseph ABBOTT, Esq., M.D., of Thornthwaite Hall,

Westmoreland, in the 23rd year of his age. 


At Parton, on the 15th inst., awfully sudden, aged 33 years, Jane, the wife of Mr. Joseph DENT, pattern maker, Lowca Foundry, and

formerly of Carlisle. 


At Netherton, on Monday last, Mr. John SOWERBY, at the advanced age of 95; much and deservedly respected through life.


At Lazonby, on Sunday, the 19th inst., Mr. John LONGRIGG, yeoman, aged 85 years. He was an old resident in the above village, and

his loss will be greatly felt; through life he was greatly esteemed, and his death is deeply lamented. 


At Wigton Union Workhouse, on the 10th inst., Joseph ALCOCK, aged 50 years. 


At Wigton, on the 11th inst., Ann SMITH, aged 8 years; on the 13th inst., Thomas Ismay, son of Isabella M'DONALD, aged 12 years; on

the 14th inst., Catherine TURNER, aged four years. 


At Nineviah, or Nether Beck, Kirkandrews-on-Esk, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Jane WILSON, widow, aged 90 years. 


At Caldbeck, on the 22nd inst., Mr. William SCOTT, one of the Society of Friends, aged 73 years. 


At Penrith, on the 17th inst., Miss Ann IRELAND, spinster, aged 50 years; on the 18th, Mr. John DIXON, weaver, aged 38 years; on the

20th inst., at the house of her sister, Miss B. HARRISON, Mrs. WATT, aged 79 years-much respected by a large circle of friends; on

the 21st, George GREENUP, shoemaker, aged 70; on the 19th, at Clifton, Mr. Thomas WORKMAN, painter, aged 86 years-much respected. 


At Nenthead, on the 17th inst., aged 27, Mr. Robert PERCIVAL, shoemaker. 


At Blagill, Alston, on the 22nd inst., Mr. Robert DAVIDSON, aged 28 years. 


At Tynehead, Alston, on the 20th inst., Mr. Thomas MILLICAN, agent for the manor of Tynehead. 


At Allonby, on the 19th inst., much and deservedly regretted, Catherine, wife of Mr. John DOBSON, aged 65 years. 


At Cockermouth, on Friday week, Bell, the wife of Mr. Edward ALLISON, hatter, aged 32 years; on Sunday, Jane Eleanor, only daughter

of Mr. PENNY, draper, aged 4 years; same day, Ann, relict of Mr. Isaac MARK, aged 74 years; also, same day, and in the same house,

Mary, their eldest daughter, aged 37 years. 


At Goat, near Cockermouth, on Friday week, Mr. John RABY, flax dresser, aged 37 years. 


At Keswick, on the 14th instant, Mr. Joseph MATTHEWS, tailor, aged 76 years. 


At Green, in Millom, on the 15th inst., Mr. Michael ORMANDY, tailor, aged 23 years. 


At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Nancy CURWEN, widow, aged 88 years; Mrs. Margaret QUAIL, widow, aged 59 years; Richard, son of

Mr. Richard PHILLIPS, aged four years; and Mr. W. BELL, aged 78 years. 


At Rothersyke, near Egremont, lately, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph DICKINSON, aged 12 years. 


At Whitehaven, on Friday, the 17th inst., Sarah, third daughter of Mr. J. H. HETHERINGTON, aged two years and five months; on

Thursday week, aged ten years, after a long and severe illness, Adam, eldest son of Mr. John BRINDLE, late of the Fish Inn; Mr.

Thomas GLOVER, aged 39 years, Mrs. Ann CAMERON, widow, aged 60 years; Esther, daughter of Mr. Edward DAWSON, Corkicle, aged 12

years; Miss Mary JACKSON, aged 37 years; Mr. Thomas HUDSON, ship-carpenter, aged 73. 


At Macao, on the 28th of October last, on board the ship Devenport, belonging to Thomas BENN, Esq., of Greenbank, near Whitehaven,

Mr. Sharp TYSON, aged 18 years, youngest son of Mr. William TYSON, Wellington Row, Whitehaven. 


At Fairfield House, near Liverpool, on Thursday, the 16th instant, Thomas, only child of James MELLOR, Esq., of the firm of John and

James MELLOR, distillers and brewers, Liverpool, aged nine years.