Saturday 28 Oct 1843 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Broadwath, near this city, on Friday the 20th instant, Mrs. Jos. DIXON, of a son.
At London, on Tuesday last, the lady of Alfred Langdon BRANDER, Esq., ordnance office, of a son.
At St. Cuthbert's Church, in this city, on the 23rd instant, Mr. John ELLSMORE, iron founder, to Mrs. Mary RAMAGE, both of Botchergate.
Same place, on the 24th inst., Mr. George PORTER, of West Walls, to Miss Sarah Jane BELL, of London Road.
At Cockermouth, on the 24th inst., Mr. John BURNETT, whitesmith, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Robert PEARSON, Black Friars Street, Carlisle.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Fletcher WILSON, gardener, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edward WILSON, tanner, Maryport.
At Penrith, on the 18th instant, Mr. William NEWTON, blacksmith, to Miss Isabella GRAHAM.
At the Independent Chapel, Alston, on the 25th instant, the Rev. Alfred SCALES, Independent minister, Ipswich, Suffolk, to Sarah Angus, second daughter of Thomas DICKINSON, Esq., Spency Croft, near Alston.
At the Old Meeting, St. Neot's, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. E. MUSCUTT, Chas. F. HINDLEY, Esq., of Dukinfield, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Rev. Robert IVY, of the same place.
At the Parish Church of Sebergham, on Saturday last, by the Rev. J. HEYSHAM, M.A., Mr. Thos. SANDERSON, of Sebergham, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late John TODD, of Welton.
At Workington, on Sunday, the 22nd instant, Mr. Edward IRVING, shipwright, to Miss Mary Ann BRIGGS, both of Workington.
At Cockermouth, on Monday last, Mr. John BIRKETT, weaver, to Miss Elizabeth MIREHOUSE.
At St. John's Church, Keswick, on Tuesday, the 17th inst., Mr. Edward JOHNSTON, to Miss Rebecca STODDART, milliner, Keswick.
At the Parish Church, Crosthwaite, on the 23rd inst., Mr. William BIRD, sawyer, to Miss Elizabeth BURGESS.
At Alverstoke, Hants, on the 19th inst., Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, of Appleby, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edward WAVELL, of Gosport.
At Ulverston, on the 21st inst., Mr. William TYSON, of High Stenerley, farmer, to Miss Betty GRAVES, of Kendal Ground, both in Lowick.
At Muncaster, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Joseph TAYLOR, B.A., Mr. Abraham VICKARS, of Knott End, Birkby, to Miss Elizabeth ROOK, of the same place.
At the English Damside, on the 22nd inst., James, son of Mr. Stewart POLLOCK, aged 17 years.
At the Globe inn, Scotch-street, on Thursday last, Mr. Edward MURRAY, aged 28 years.
In the Willow Holme, on the 20th inst., Mr. Thomas TODD, aged 71 years.
In the House of Recovery, on the 20th inst., Peter HOLLAND, aged 22 years.
In Sowerbys' Street, Botchergate, on Monday, the 23rd inst., Miss Ann ROUTLEDGE, late of Heddington, near Brampton, aged 24 years.
In London Road, Botchergate, on the 25th inst., Margaret, daughter of Mr. Geo. HASTEWELL, aged 17 years.
At Rio de Janiero, on the 22rd [sic] June last, on board the ship Boston, Mr. William BELL, a native of this city, aged 32.
At Moorhouse, near Burgh, on Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas WILLS, farmer, aged 67 years.
At Brampton, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Isaac DAVIDSON, drayman, aged 42 years.
At Wigton, on 18th instant, whilst on a visit to her friends, Dorothy, daughter of Mr. Robert CLARK, Manchester, late of Sebergham, aged 9 years; on the 19th, Mr. Robert BOLTON, one of the Society of Friends, aged 68.
At Caldbeck, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Richard EMERSON, innkeeper, aged 61 years. During the last 41 years of his life he has been in the constant employ of parties carrying on the Caldbeck Brewery, by whom he was highly esteemed as an industrious and faithful servant. The poor man has had many incentives to draw him from the path of right, from which other classes are exempt; but when we see him struggling with difficulties which an improvident necessity has drawn around him, and still preserving his integrity unblemished, he justly becomes an object of well placed esteem and example.
At Standing Stone, on the 18th inst., Jane, widow of the late James JACKSON, aged 82 years.
At Wigton, on the 22nd inst., Mary, wife Mr. John PAPE, aged 69 years.
At Penrith, on the 24th instant, William, son of Mr. Joseph WILKINSON, aged 17 years.
At the Penrith Workhouse, on the 25th instant, John SMITH, aged 56 years.
At Martindale, on the 17th instant, after a lingering illness, Ann, wife of Mr. John KIRPATRICK [KIRKPATRICK accoding to FreeBMD] Sandwick, aged 31 year; much and deservedly respected.
At Garrigill Gate, on the 20th instant, Mr. John STOUT, yeoman, aged 80 years.
At Wanwood Hill, on the 20th inst., Mr. Edward RAIN, farmer, aged 48 years.
At Parton, on the 20th instant, Mr. Thomas ADDISON, aged 52 years.
At Dearham, lately, Mr. John WILSON, yeoman, aged 74 years.
At Cockermouth, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Jane NANSON, aged 65 years; and on the 21st, Jonathan, youngest son of Mr. Jonathan MUSGRAVE, parish clerk.
At Holly Bush, Irton, lately, Mr. John ROBINSON, stonemason, at the great age of 94 years.
At Workington, on the 21st inst., Jane, daughter of Joseph SCRUGHAM, aged 11 years.
At Gill, near Broughton-in-Furness, since our last, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Thomas DICKINSON, in her second year.
At Green Dykes, Egremont, lately, George son of Mr. Geo. FLETCHER, tanner, aged two years.
At Whitehaven, on the 18th inst., Mr. Lewis WILMOT, brass-founder, in the 70th year of his age.
At Keskadale, in Newlands, near Keswick, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Sarah HIRD, widow, aged 76 years.
At High Side, Bassenthwaite, on the 18th instant, Eleanor, wife of Mr. Richard BELL, aged 61 years.
At Cockermouth, on the 24th inst., Mary, fourth daughter of Mr. John HARTNESS, aged 2½ years; on the 25th, Jane, daughter of Mr. Jonathan DOUGLAS, Old Buck Inn, aged 25.
At Keswick, on the 21st inst., Mr. William KIRKBRIDE, tinman and brazier, aged 60 years.
At Low Field, near Appleby, on Tuesday last, very suddenly, Isabel, wife of Mr. William MOORE, aged 54 years, much respected.
At Ayr, on the 11th inst., suddenly, Mr. William BROWN, of the Robert Burns Tavern, Wallacetown, formerly of Maybole, aged 60 years. He was cousin to the poet BURNS, and had endeared himself to a numerous circle of friends.
In London, on Sunday last, Sir James SHAW, Bart., late Chamberlain of London, in the 80th year of his age. He was a native of Riccarton in the county of Ayr, which he left for the metropolis at an early age, and from the humble position of a clerk, in a few years became the partner in one of the most eminent mercantile houses in the City, and afterwards filled the offices of Sheriff, and Lord Mayor of London.