Saturday 06 Jan 1844   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Marriages.

At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher-street, on Thursday, the 4th inst., by the Rev. R. HUNTER, Mr. David HAMILTON, of the Newcastle steam packet office, to Miss Mary FENWICK, daughter of Mr. Henry FENWICK, Scotch-street.

At St. Mary's Church, on the 30th ult., Mr. John BRADLEY, to Miss Ann MUNIGHAN; same day, Mr. Christopher AIREY, to Miss Sarah TURNER.

At Dalston, on Wednesday, the 27th ult., by the Rev. Walter FLETCHER, Mr. Joseph BEWLEY, tutor of Howrigg School, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. TIFFIN, of Buckabank.

At Wigton, on the 1st inst., Mr. David Irving MILLER, mason, to Miss Mary DAVIS.

At Cockermouth, on the 23rd ult., Mr.Thomas MACKEMSON, shoemaker, to Miss Sarah WREN; on the 31st, Mr. W. Samuel HALLIN, comedian, to Miss Elizabeth THOMPSON; and on the 2nd instant, Mr. Wm. SUART, foreman to Mr. SMITH, woollen manufacturer, to Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. R. MOORE, formerly of the Goat Inn.

At Alston, on the 31st ult., Mr. Thomas BELL, of Natrass, to Miss Hannah BELL, of Clithera, Alston.

At Whitehaven, on the 1st instant, Mr. IRELAND, druggist, Egremont, to Miss JACKSON, Whitehaven.

At Beckermont, on the 25th ult., Mr. George WEEKS, of St. Bees, joiner, to Miss HOLLIDAY, daughter of Mr. William HOLLIDAY, of Calder Bridge.

At Caldbeck, on the 25th ult., Mr. Joseph PARKER, land steward, to Miss Fanny STRONG; same time and place, Mr. W. GRISENTHWAITE, plumber and brazier, to Miss Ann PEARSON; and on Tuesday the 26th, Mr. Isaac GREENUP, tailor, to Miss Isabella BARNES.

At Workington, lately, Mr. John HANNAH, miner, to Miss Eleanor BENSON.

At Arthuret Church, on the 27th ult., Mr Joseph GRAHAM, of the parish of Penrith, to Miss Catherine CULLEN, of the parish of Arthuret.

At Casterton, on Thursday week, by the Rev. Edward CARUS WILSON, M.A., Vicar of Crosby Ravensworth, the Rev. Edward Arthur LITTON, M.A., Fellow and Dean of Oriel College, Oxford, and eldest son of Edward LITTON, Esq. late M.P. for Coleraine, to Anne, youngest daughter of the Rev. Wm. CARUS WILSON, of Casterton Hall.

 

 

Deaths.

In Finkle Street, on the 27th ult., Bridget BLAIR, a member of the Society of Friends, in the 90th year of her age,—much respected.

In Paternoster Row, on the 25th ult., John Barclay, infant son of Mr. William WELSH.

In English Street, on the 31st ult., Mrs. Sibbela HODGSON, aged 59 years.

On the 29th ult., John, son of Serjeant BELL, of the Royal Artillery, aged 9 years.

In Castle Street, on the 30th ult., Mrs. Jane CRUMMER, aged 73 years.

In the Caldewgate Workhouse, on the 2nd inst., Elizabeth CLEMENTSON, aged 20 years.

At London, on the 30th ult., suddenly, aged 33, Mr. T. GIBSON, artist, third son of the late Mr. James GIBSON, of North Shields. Mr. GIBSON was well known in Carlisle, where he had been resident for some time pursuing his profession as a portrait painter. He was a man of very considerable talent, and bid fair to reach a high station as an artist.

At London, on Sunday the 31st ult., Mr. William ROBINSON, of the Vine Inn, Kentish Town, in the 33rd year of his age. The above was the eldest son of Mr. James ROBINSON, innkeeper, Stanwix; the deceased was much and deservedly respected through life.

At Manchester, on the 23rd ult., at the house of his nephew, Mr. James IRVING, aged 70, Mr. James DALTON, lately of the North British Volunteer, Deansgate, and formerly of Aglionby, near this city. Few men in their time have dispensed more real benefits amongst their friends and relations, or have gone to the grave more universally respected and esteemed.

At Kilesykehill, on the 2nd inst., Mr. John LAMB, aged 80 years, much respected.

At Wigton, on the 28th ult., Robert BROWN, aged 19 years; on the 29th, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Rowland STOUT, shoemaker, aged 45 years.

At Stainriggmoor, on the 2nd inst., Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, in her infancy.

At Tallantire, on Wednesday, the 20th ult., Miss Mary JOHNSTON, aged 34 years. She was a teacher in Mrs. BROWNE's school, and after bearing her illness with the greatest resignation, sunk into her eternal rest amidst the universal esteem of all those who knew her.

At Harrington, on the 28th ult., Mr. Henry HODGSON, aged 77 years.

At Borrowdale Ground, on the 27th ult., after a few hours illness, Mr. John POOLE, aged 60 years formerly of Hallsenna, in the parish of Gosforth.

At Bootle Workhouse, on the 26th ult., Esther SHEPHERD, late of Millom, aged 88 years.

At Blengade, in the parish of Gosforth, on Saturday the 30th ult., after a long illness, Mr. John JOPSON, farmer, aged 58 years.

At Park Head, near Broughton-in-Furness, on the 23rd ult., Mr. John SLATER, in his 60th year.

At Whitehaven, on the 28th ult., Jacob, son of Mr. Jacob STRONG, aged one year and nine months.

At the Union Workhouse, Preston Quarter, Whitehaven, on the 29th ult., William BROCKBANK, late of Arlecdon, aged 66 years; and on the 1st instant, at the same place, John BRIAN, aged 64 years.

At China, on the 5th of August, Capt. Robert BROADFOOT, of the ship Davenport, (the property of Thomas BENN, Esq., of Green Bank, near Whitehaven) and youngest son of the late John BROADFOOT, Esq., Gatehouse-of-Fleet.

At Victoria, in the island of Hong Kong, on the 29th of August last, the Hon. John Robert MORRISON, Esq., Her Majesty's Colonial Secretary, pro term. Mr. M. had recently been appointed a member of the legislative and executive councils of the colony, and Chinese secretary to the government of Hong Kong; he fell a victim to the climate, in the 32nd year of his age, deeply regretted by all.

DEATH OF GENERAL LOVEDAY.—This gallant and venerable officer, who died at Bath last week, at an advanced age, had seen much service in India, and his commission as lieut. general (local rank) bore date 10th January, 1837. He married Miss D'ESTERRE, sister to Mr. Norcott D'ESTERRE, who was killed by Mr. O'CONNELL in a duel near Dublin, in 1815, by whom he had a numerous family.