Saturday 15 Jul 1843 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At White House, near Dalston, on the 11th instant, Mrs. Samuel JEFFERSON, of a daughter.
At the Presbyterian Chapel, on Wednesday, the 12th inst., by the Rev. Henry WIGHT, of the Congregational Chapel, the Rev. Robert WOLSTENHOLME, Springhead, near Manchester, to Anne, only daughter of Mr. A. ROUTLEDGE, Carlisle.
At the Superintendent Registrar’s Office, Brampton, on the 5th instant, Mr. Thomas ROUTLEDGE, schoolmaster, Kirkcambeck, to Miss Jane GRAHAM, Lane Head, Kirkcambeck, parish of Lanercost.
At the Register Office, Cockermouth, Mr. John COULE to Miss Mary BRAGG, both of Greysouthen; also, on the 9th inst., Mr. John DONALD, Dearham, to Miss Mary DARLING, of Row Beck, Dovenby.
At Gretna Green, on Wednesday week, Mr. DOWNEY, mariner, to Miss Sarah WEAR, both of Whitehaven.
At Egremont, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. W. H. LEECH, rector, Capt. W. STEELE, of the Derwent, of Whitehaven, to Miss Eleanor BANKS, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thos. BANKS, of Langhorn, near Egremont.
At Dalton in Furness, on Sunday week, Mr. John LOWTHER, miller, to Miss Mary JOHNSON, of Cockar, in Low Furness.
At Winston, near Gainford, in the County of Durham, on the 29th June last, by the Rev. J. DAVIDSON, Incumbent of Barnard Castle, Stephen, his son, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late John BOURNE, Esq., of Bowes, Yorkshire.
In Brown’s Lane, Fisher Street, on Sunday last, Miss Elizabeth NANSON, aged 64 years.
In the House of Recovery, in this city, on Saturday, the 8th instant, Frances, wife of Mr. Edward HANKING, of the neighbourhood of Brampton, aged 24 years.
In Robert Street, in this city, on Monday, the 10th instant, Jane, wife of Mr. John BEATTIE, late of the parish of Gretna, aged 59 years.
In Caldewgate, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth LOSH, aged 67 years.
In Rickergate, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Hannah ROME, aged 50 years.
At St. Mary’s Workhouse, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Harriet BARCLAY, aged 42 years.
At Fallowfield, on the 8th inst., in her 33rd year, Margaret, wife of Mr. William THORBURN, and fifth daughter of Mr. Wm. CARRICK, of this city.
At Denton Hill, near this City, on the 6th instant, Mr. David JACKSON, bricklayer, aged 75 years.
At Glasgow, on Friday, the 7th instant, Mr. John RIDDLE, coach driver, formerly of this city, in the 33rd year of his age. He was much and deservedly respected though life.
At Denton Holme, on the 8th inst, Mr. David JACKSON, aged 75 years.
At Botcherby, on the 11th instant, Mrs. Jane BELL, aged 84 years.
At Low Crosby, near this City, on the 6th instant, aged 35 years, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Robert RICKERBY; much regretted by a large circle of friends and relatives.
At Wigton, on Thursday, the 6th inst., aged 81, Elizabeth, widow of the late John STRONG, formerly of Drumlening, in the parish of Alston.
At Curthwaite Town Head, in the parish of Westward, on the 4th inst., Mr. Wm. THOMLINSON, at the advanced age of 93 years.
At Appleby Castle, on Saturday last, after a lingering illness, which he bore with christian fortitude and resignation, the Rev. John HEELIS, in the 85th [?] year of his age. Deceased has, for upwards of 37 years, been Steward to the Earl of Thanet, over his Westmoreland estates, in which capacity he always conducted himself in an exemplary and praise-worthy manner. His death will be universally lamented; his kind disposition and courteous manner having warmly endeared him to his numerous relatives and friends.
At Alston, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Mary HARDY, advanced in years.
At Skelgill, on the 12th instant, Mr. Joseph WALTON, aged 46 years.
At Appleby, on the 3rd inst., Hannah second daughter of Mr. Thomas HONSTON, aged 20 years. [HOWSON according to Civil Registration index]
At Meaburn, near Appleby, on the 9th instant, Mr. Thomas PALMER, innkeeper, aged 50 years.
At Keswick, on the 2d instant, Mr. Edward BIRKETT, fishing tackle manufacturer, at the great age of 98 years. During the notorious HATFIELD's, (alias Colonel HOPE, of Buttermere Beauty notoriety) stay at Keswick, the individual whose death we have recorded, acted in the capacity of guide and boatman to that worthless character, and was for several days his only companion amongst the mountains and on the lakes during HATFIELD's sojourn in the lake district. Old Neddy was in the habit of relating many anecdotes of the sham Colonel that are not unworthy of being placed upon record, but the following must suffice for our present purpose. On one occasion when Neddy and the Colonel were fishing on Derwent Lake, the life of the latter was placed in extreme jeopardy, having by some mishap fallen out of the boat into deep water, and not being a swimmer would have evidently perished, but for the prompt exertions of his piscatorial companion, who succeeded in pulling him into the boat again. After HATFIELD had recovered from the effects of his sudden and unexpected ducking, Neddy congratulated him upon his escape from drowning, to which HATFIELD replied—"O, never fear! the man that is born to be hung will never be drowned" and we need hardly inform our readers that the former was poor HATFIELD's fate. At the time HATFIELD eluded the pursuit of the officers of justice at Keswick, it was mainly if not entirely owing to Neddy's instrumentality, who conducted him over the Borrowdale mountains, and along such unfrequented paths that he succeeded in setting him at full liberty. His freedom, however, was doomed to be of short duration; he was presently in the hands of justice, and his fate is too well known to call for further remark.
At Keswick, on the 2nd inst., Martha, the wife of Mr. Adam FAIR, aged 58 years.
At Bootle, on Sunday last, after a few days illness, Robert, son of Mr. James METCALF, shoemaker of that place, aged four years.
At the Union Workhouse, Cockermouth, on Sunday last, John CAPE, shoemaker, late of Maryport, advanced in years.
At Maryport, on the 10th, Mrs. ALLANBY, widow, in the 85th year of her age; Mr. John OSMOTHERLY, painter, aged 70 years.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, in the 15th year of her age, Mary Ann, only daughter of Mr. William MURRAY. The deceased was an amiable and interesting girl, and her memory will be fondly cherished by her relatives and friends.
In Liverpool, since our last, John Brown, only son of Capt. John KIRK, of the brig Planter, of Whitehaven, aged four years.
At Workington, since our last, Sarah, wife of Mr. Richard MILLER, aged 40 years; Mrs. Mary SEWELL, widow, aged 88.
At Egremont, on Saturday last, Hannah, daughter of Mr. William MAWSON, aged 17 months.
At Harrington, on the 6th instant, Jane, daughter of Mr. John GRAHAM, aged two years.
At the Whins, near Harrington, on the 4th inst., Mr. James LAWSON, husbandman, aged 26 years; much respected.
At St Bees, near Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. Isabella SHARP, of that place, aged 73 years.
At Hensingham, near Whitehaven, on Saturday week, Mr. George JACKSON, late woollen manufacturer, aged 81 years.
In Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Edward CORRELL, aged 55 years; Mr. Francis VICKERS, aged 84 years.
On the 8th instant, aged 77 years, at Edinburgh, the Earl of Glasgow. His titles were Baron BOYLE, of Kelburne, Stewarton, Cumbrae, Largs, and Dalry; Earl of Glasgow, Viscount Kelburne, Baron BOYLE of Fenwick, and Baron Ross of Hawkhead. He is succeeded by his son, Viscount Kelburne, which will cause a vacancy in the representation of Ayrshire.
In Drummond Place, Edinburgh, on Monday week, the 3rd instant, Mrs. SCOTT, aged 37 years, wife of Andrew SCOTT, Esq., writer to the signet, and daughter of William AFFLECK, Esq., of Corkicle, near Whitehaven, much and deservedly esteemed.
The Right Honourable Charles Kendal BUSHE, at one time a distinguished political character in Ireland, when opposed to the legislative union, died on Monday rather suddenly, at Furry Park, near Dublin, the residence of his son. Mr. BUSHE took office under the Liverpool administration, as Solicitor-General, and upon the death of Lord DOWNES, became Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench. Soon after the formation of the present ministry, he retired upon a superannuation, and was succeeded by the present Chief Justice, Mr. PENNEFATHER. Mr. BUSHE had been half a century at the bar, having been called in 1793. He had reached his 76th year.
The celebrated Field-Marshal Count WITTGENSTEIN, died at St. Petersburg on the 16th ultimo, at the advanced age of 87. He was, as will be remembered, Commander-in-chief of the Russian armies during nearly the whole of the late French war, and enjoyed the confidence of the late Emperor Alexander, perhaps, in a higher degree than any other of that monarch's ministers or warriors. The Emperor, upon being informed of it, gave immediate orders that the whole Russian army should wear mourning for three days.