Saturday 17 Feb 1844   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Births.

At Maryport, on the 12th instant, Mrs. Jacob WALKER, of a son and daughter.

At Moffat, the Hon. Mrs. HOPE JOHNSTONE, of a daughter.

At Holyrood Palace, on Wednesday afternoon, the 7th inst., the Princess Marie, Marchioness of Douglas and Clydesdale, was, after a few hours illness, confined of a still-born son.

 

Marriages.

At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 11th instant, Mr. William RUDD, of Easton, in the parish of Bowness, husbandman, to Miss Isabella ARMSTRONG, of St. Cuthbert's Lane; on the 12th, Mr. Henry MACKENZIE to Miss Mary BURGESS.

At the Office of Mr. James MOUNSEY, Superintendant Registrar, Carlisle, on Saturday, the 10th inst., Mr. Robert QUIN, of John Street, tallow-chandler, to Miss Elizabeth WILSON, of the same place, cotton reeler; on Monday, the 12th instant, Mr. James BURGESS, of Botchergate, iron-moulder, to Miss Janet GRAHAM, of East Tower Stree

At Wigton, on the 13th inst., Mr. John SCOTT, to Miss Mary HOWE, both of Dockray; on the 14th, Mr. William MOORE, mason, to Miss Hannah FAWCETT.

At Gretna, on Friday last, Thomas, youngest son of John SEWELL, Esq., of Broughton Lodge, to Miss Ann CLARK, of Standingstone, Broughton.

At the Office of R. BENSON, Esq., Superintendant Registrar, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. James TUNSTALL, pot manufacturer, of Fox Houses, Broughton, to Miss Ann CARRUTHERS, of Moor Side, Broughton.

At Shap, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. J. ROWLANDSON, Mr. Daniel FAIRER, of Asby, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Matthew WILKINSON, of Rosegill; also, on the same day, Mr. John MASHEDER, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas COWART, both of the parish of Shap.

At Crosby Ravensworth, on the 3rd inst., Mr. William DENT, to Miss Elizabeth SIMPSON, both of that parish.

At St. Mary's Chapel, Maryport, on the 8th instant, Mr. John WALKER, of Great Broughton, to Miss Mary BANKS, of Maryport.

At Trinity Church, Ulverston, on the 11th, Mr. Wm. PARK, to Miss HENDERSON, daughter of Mr. HENDERSON, Supervisor of Excise, both of Ulverston.

At Crosscanonby, on the 8th, Capt. John HART, of Kirkcudbright, to Miss Martha SCURR, of Maryport.

At St. Barnabas's Church, King's Square, London, on the 3rd instant, Mr. Edward THOMPSON, of the General Post Office, formerly of Lorton, Cumberland, to Miss Ann BLAIR, youngest daughter of Mr. Wm. BLAIR, Bretha Hill, Setmurthy.

At Cockermouth, on Monday, Mr. John BARNES, dyer, to Miss Ann TUNSTALL; same day, Mr. Joseph YOUNGHUSBAND, to Mrs. Mary LOWTHER.

At St. John's Chapel, Workington, by the Rev. W. JACKSON, Mr. Wm. ELLIOT, mercer, to Miss ADCOCK, of the same place.

At Beckermont, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph RUSSELL, to Miss Margaret WILSON, Calder Midtown, in the parish of Ponsonby.

At Drigg, on Saturday last, Mr. John NICHOLSON, of Scarr Green, in the Parish of Ponsonby, to Miss Eleanor SINGLETON, youngest daughter of Mr. John SINGLETON, of Drigg, yeoman.

At Harrington, on Monday last, Captain John EILBECK, of the Britannia, to Miss Dorothy JACKSON, of West Field, near Harrington.

At the Friends' Meeting House, Kendal, on Thursday last, John WAITHMAN, Esq., of Yealand Conyers, to Hannah, eldest daughter of the late W. WILSON, Esq., of Kent Terrace, Kendal; on Saturday last, Mr. George RUTHVEN, master of the free grammar school, Grayrigg, to Miss Emily GROOME, of the National School, Kendal.

 
 

Deaths.

In St. Alban's Row, on Saturday, the 3rd inst., Mrs. PEIL, wife of Mr. Isaac PEIL, of the Queen's Head Inn, in this town, aged 36 years—greatly respected by a large circle of friends.

In Castle Street, on the 14th instant, Harriet HIND, aged 23 years.

In Caldcoats, on the 15th inst., Mr. William RYCROFT, aged 40 years.

In Rickergate, on the 14th inst., Joseph Perry, son of Mr. Joseph PEARSON, aged 13 months.

In Botchergate, on the 11th inst., Elizabeth CORRIL, aged 58 years.

At the House of Recovery, on the 12th inst., Mary FORSTER, aged two years; also on the 12th inst., Mr. William WILSON, from the Parish of Burgh, aged 77 years—formerly of Botchergate.

At Cummersdale, on the 12th inst., Mr. John PORTER, aged 20 years.

At Low Flanders, near Dalston, on the 25th of January, Isaac BOUCH, eldest son of Mr. Isaac BOUCH, aged 15 years—much respected.

In Perth, on the 9th inst., at the house of her son, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Margaret, the wife of Mr. Robert GOWENLOCK, a native of this city, in her 55th year.

At Brampton, on Wednesday last, Mary, widow of the late Mr. Joseph RICHARDSON, currier, aged 62; also on the same day, Mrs. Fanny REED, grocer, advanced in life.

At the Wigton Union Workhouse, on the 7th instant, Mr. Walter PETIGREW, aged 84 years.

At Wigton, on the 9th inst., Mr. Joseph BUSHBY, grocer and spirit merchant, aged 26 years; on the 12th, Mr. Joseph GLAISTER, aged 65 years.

At Rane-end, in the parish of Wigton, on the 6th instant, Jane, wife of David DOUGHERTY, aged 54 years.

At Tarnrigg Moor, in the parish of Wigton, on the 9th instant, Martha, wife of Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, farmer, aged 22 years.

At Salt Coats, in the parish of Holme Cultram, on Wednesday last, in the 62nd year of his age, Mr. John BIGLANDS, yeoman, one of the Society of Friends—much and deservedly respected.

At Petteril Crooks Mill, in the parish of Hesket-in-the-Forest, on the 12th instant, Mr. Thomas ATKINSON, miller, in the 50th year of his age—much and deservedly respected.

At Wreay, on the 12th inst, Mr. William LONGRIGG, yeoman, in the 66th year of his age.

At Armathwaite, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Jane SARGINSON, in the 72nd year of her age—much respected.

At Raughton Head, on the 15th instant, Barbara, daughter of the late Joseph GRAY, Esq., of Plumpton, in this county—deeply regretted.

At Appleby, on the 1st inst., Mr. William KNIPE, aged 67—much respected.

At Kerber, near Appleby, on Monday last, after a long and protracted illness, Mary, daughter of Mr. Joseph DODD, aged 22 years.

At Newbiggin, since our last, Mr. William JACKSON, aged 66 years.

At Park House, near Cockermouth, on Sunday, the 11th instant, Mr. Robert HODGSON, aged 83 years; and on the following day, Elizabeth, relict of the said Robert HODGSON, aged 84 years. The deceased were buried at Bridekirk, on Wednesday, the 14th, in one grave. The deceased were married about 60 years, and during that time were never separated longer than two or three days at a time, their long life was one of tranquillity and happiness, and they have descended together to the grave universally respected and esteemed.

At his father's house, English Street, Dumfries, on the 7th current, Mr. David ANDERSON, printer.

At Annan, on the 6th instant, the infant son of Mr. William LOCKERBIE, manufacturer, North Street.

At York, on the 5th inst., Mary, eldest daughter of the deceased William M'KIE, Esq., late Provost of Dumfries.

At Maxwelltown, on the 5th current, Mrs. Janet SHORTRIDGE, relict of the late Mr. WALKER, grocer.

At Maryport, on the 14th inst., very suddenly, Mr. Thomas HAYTON, wine and spirit merchant, aged 30 years.

On the 9th January last, at New York, U.S., Leonard J. B. DYKES, fifth son of the late J. D. B. DYKES, Esq., of Dovenby Hall.

At Beckhouse, Embleton, on Saturday last, Mr. John ROTHERY, yeoman, aged 65 years.

At Cockermouth, on Sunday last, Mr. John GREEN, shoemaker, aged 41 years.

At Workington, on Wednesday last, Thomas William, son of Mr. Isaac BURNETT, aged two years.

At High Cock How, Kinneyside, on Thursday week, Mr. William JACKSON, yeoman, much respected.

At Spring Field, near Whitehaven, since our last, Mary, daughter of Mrs. HILTON, widow, aged 12 years.

At Whitehaven, Mrs. Isabella WILMOT, relict of the late Mr. Lewis WILMOT, brass-founder, aged 67; on the 4th instant, Mrs. Margaret WISE, widow, aged 76; on Saturday last, Mr. James ROUTLEDGE, joiner, aged 81 years; on the 6th, Eliza, daughter of Mr. Robert HARDY, ship builder, aged 10 years; and on the 7th, Mrs. Jane BLACK, widow, Harmless Hill, aged, 64 years; at the Infirmary, in Whitehaven, Henry DIXON, aged 13 years; Isabella SIM, aged 19 years; Peter Mossop DIXON, aged 11 years; and Tabitha, wife of Mr. William SULLIVAN, aged 50 years; in the Union Workhouse, February 9, Margaret, TALL [TOLL according to FreeBMD], aged 68; and same day, Elizabeth BLANEY aged seven months.

At Nenthead, on the 11th instant, aged 68, Mr. George HUTCHINSON.

At Alston, on the 13th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Samuel WHITE, aged 63 years.

In Kendal, on Thursday week, Miss Elizabeth CARTMEL, dress-maker, aged 25 years.

At Chepstow, lately, Mr. William MARMAN, in his 103rd year.

At Moyglass, near Enniscorthy, lately, Mr. Wm. COWMAN, in his 112th year.

At Jerusalem, on the 22nd December, Robert BATESON, Esq., M.P. for Londonderry.

At Florence, on the 22nd January, Ellen Elizabeth WARDLE, relict of the late Colonel Gwyllym Lloyd WARDLE, of Hart's Heath, Kent, in her 77th year.

At New Zealand, in June last, Thos. Awdos MALONY, Esq., late of Sunderland, Lieutenant in the Royal Westmoreland Militia. He was one of the unfortunate individuals killed by the natives in the late melancholy affair at Wairou. He held the office of Captain Commander of the Civil Force for the city and province of Nelson, and has left a widow and two young children to mourn his untimely fate.