- Transcribed by Petra Mitchinson Petra Mitchinson
- Edition: Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1843 Carlisle Journal BMD Notices 1843
Saturday 14 Oct 1843 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At St. Cuthbert's Church, since our last, Mr. Robert AIKIN to Miss Rebecca LANCASTER, both of Botchergate.
At Brampton, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. C. BENSON, George Thomas ALLAN, Esq., of Blackwell Grange, County of Durham, to Maria, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Thos. RAMSHAY, vicar of Brampton.
At Bridekirk, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Mr. BUNCE, curate, after rueing of his bargain on the previous day, Mr. John JOHNSTON, of Grinsdale, near Carlisle, aged 24, to Miss Sarah ALLAN, of Great Broughton, a blooming maiden of 54.
At Dumfries, on Monday, the 9th instant, by the Rev. Mr. RANKINE, Maxwelltown, William POTTER, Esq., to Mary, eldest daughter of the late John ROBSON, Esq., of Broomrigg, Dumfriesshire.
At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Sunday, the 8th instant, Mr. John RENNEY, weaver, widower, to Mrs. Helen SHORTRIDGE, widow, both of Cockermouth.
At Alston, on the 7th inst., Mr. Thomas PRICE to Miss Mary TAYYERS, both of Nenthead.
At Bootle, on Thursday week, Mr. James WEEKS, house-carpenter, St. Bees, youngest son of the late Mr. WEEKS, master of the King's Boat, formerly stationed at Ravenglass, to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr. James BURNEY, blacksmith, Bootle.
At the parish Church, Workington, on the 5th instant, Mr. Thomas WATSON, husbandman, Eaglesfield, to Miss Ann DOBIE, of Workington.
At Egremont, on Sunday last, Mr. Matthew SMITH, stonemason, to Miss Esther TYSON, grocer, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry TYSON, clock and watchmaker, both of Egremont.
At Gosforth, on Thursday week, by the Rev. Mr. PITMAN, Capt. PITMAN, of the R.N., to Miss SENHOUSE, daughter of the late Capt. Sir H. Le Fleming SENHOUSE, K.C.H., of Seascale, in the parish of Gosforth.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. James SHIELDS, miner, to Miss Susannah MORGAN, both of this town.
At Hawkshead, on the 23rd ult., Mr. William HARRISON, of Low Graythwaite, to Catherine, second daughter of Mr. Geo. TAYLOR, plasterer, Hawkshead.
At Tynemouth Church, on the 4th inst., William BAINBRIDGE, Esq., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, barrister-at law, to Mary, second daughter of Thomas CHATER, Esq., solicitor.
At St. Mary's Church, Gateshead, on the 3rd instant, the Rev. D. AKENHEAD, eldest son of John AKENHEAD, Esq., of Newcastle, to Mary, third daughter of Edmund GRAHAM, Esq., of Cotfield.
At Burton, on Saturday last, Mr. John PARKER, flax-dresser, to Miss Catherine FOSTER, both of Holme, near Burton.
On Sunday morning, the 8th instant, John, the second son of Mr. THOMPSON, builder, of this city, in the 24th year of his age.
In John Street, Botchergate, on Wednesday last, Miss Olivia GREEN, aged 35 years.
At the English Damside, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Barbara TURNER, aged 47 years.
In Ritson's Lane, on the 8th instant, Mr. John BULMAN, aged 28 years.
In Bridge Street, on the 10th instant, Elizabeth M'ALLISTER, aged 28 years.
In Glasgow, on the 30th Sept., Mr. Charles K. CRANMER, aged 31, second son of Mr. Wm. CRANMER, innkeeper, of this city.
At Kirkandrews-upon-Eden, on Tuesday, the 10th instant, Catherine, second surviving daughter of Mr. Robert NORMAN, aged 23 years.
At Faugh, on the 30th Sept., Mr. William MORLEY, yeoman, aged 83 years—much respected by a numerous circle of acquaintances.
At Border Cottage, Abbey Holme, on the 2nd inst., Clement PAPE, aged 87 years—much and deservedly respected through life.
At Wigton, on Monday last, Rachael, wife of Mr. Joseph PEARSON, aged 47 years.
At Penrith, on the 5th instant, Ann, wife of Mr. James SANDERSON, chair maker, aged 68; on the 7th Mary MADGEN, widow, aged 70; on the 9th, Bridget MALAN, aged 50.
At Hunsonby, in Cumberland, on Wednesday, the 4th inst., much respected, Mr. Thomas HALL, aged 79 years.
At Martindale, on Saturday, the 7th instant, after a long and painful illness, born [sic] with Christian resignation, Ann, relict of Mr. Thos. WOOD, aged 76 years—much and deservedly esteemed by a large circle of friends.
At Liverpool, on Monday, the 2nd instant, Mr. George HETHERINGTON, aged 25 years, late of Willow Hill, Kirklinton, much respected; and it may be gratifying to his friends to know that he was most respectably interred by the natives of his own county.
At Keswick, on Wednesday week, after a lingering illness, Mr. BATES, solicitor, in the 29th year of his age.
At Clitheroe, near Alston, on the 6th instant, aged 60, Mrs. Ann HYMERS.
At Sylecroft, in Whicham, last week, Isabella, relict of the late Mr. Edward SIMPSON, and sister of Mr. Matthew SINGLETON, of the above named place, advanced in years.
At Acorn House, Keswick, in the prime of life, Sophia Maria, wife of the Rev. David HUNTER, curate of Crosthwaite. Her life was latterly, when health permitted, one continued round of charitable actions: she had established a clothing society for the benefit of the poor, and was one of the most active members of the Bible Society. No one, either child or adult, was allowed, with her knowledge, to remain without the Word of God. Few have descended into the grave more generally regretted. She was a native of Germany.
At Cockermouth, on the 3rd instant, Mr. George TINDALL, clogger, aged 20 years; at the Union Workhouse, on the 1st, Mr. John RUDDICK, mariner, aged 62 years; on the 4th, Mr. Joseph DEANS, aged 51 years, both formerly of Workington; on Tuesday the 5th, Martha SCOTT, aged 67 years; on Friday last, Mr. Charles TALBOT, teacher, aged 21 years. The deceased was a member of the Methodist persuasion, and was the first buried in the ground attached to their New Chapel.