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

 

Marriages.

On Thursday, the 4th inst., at Plumbland, Mr. Jas. HUGHES, of Liverpool, to Mary, eldest daughter of Joseph JACKSON, Esq., of Arkleby.

At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Irving WALLAS to Miss Isabella ROBINSON.

At Arthuret, on Friday last, Mr. Wm. IRVING, stone mason, to Jane BELL, daughter of James BELL, grocer, Longtown.

At Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. Mr. HODGSON, Mr. John M'NAUGHTEN, Woodslee, Cannobie, to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Andrew ARMSTRONG, of Beckhouse, near Longtown.

On 2nd the instant, at Hayton, by the Rev. J. TOPPIN, Mr. Edward BARNES, of Glasson, to Miss BROWN, of Greenholme, near Hayton.

At Whitehaven, Mr. James GARDNER, mariner, to Miss E. KENNEDY, both of Whitehaven; on Sunday last, at Saint Bees, of Whitehaven, stone mason, to Miss Elizabeth JOHNSON, of the same place. [According to FreeBMD, Elizabeth JOHNSTONE matches Thomas HOLLEYWOOD.]

At Crosscanonby, on the 26th, Mr. Robert CURWEN, of London, to Miss Margaret PENNY, of Maryport.

At Ulverston Parish Church, on Thursday week, Mr. Benjamin MASON, to Mary BROCKLEBANK, both of that place.

At Bampton, on the 23rd ult., Mr. Richard BRUNSKILL, to Miss M. HOWE, both of Bampton.

At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John SEWELL, millwright, formerly of Egremont, to Miss Sarah GRAVE, of the former place.

On the 17th ult., at St. Peter's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. I. HALTON, Mr. James DOBSON, to Miss Diana HUGHES, both of whom being deaf and dumb, the ceremony was performed by the clergyman tracing before the parties the different passages of the marriage rites, at the same time reading aloud in the usual manner. The interrogatories were answered in writing, the individuals having been educated in the Liverpool Deaf and Dumb Institution.

 
 

Deaths.

In this city, on the 2nd instant, Elizabeth Baty LITTLE, daughter of Mr. LITTLE, Joiners' Arms, English Street, aged 12 months.

On the 31st March, Henry Harding ROBSON, son of Mr. T. ROBSON, builder, aged 2 years and 2 months.

In Botchergate, on the 1st instant, Miss Jane BRISCO, aged 17 years.

On the 31st ult., in Finkle Street, Mr. John MURRAY, aged 48 years.

In Moffat's yard, Lowther Streeet, on the 29th ult, Mr. William JOHNSON, aged 78 years.

On the 1st instant, Sarah GADDES, of West Walls, aged 29.

At Devonshire Walk, on Tuesday, Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of Mr. George Pollock HENDERSON, aged 4 years.

At Brampton, on the 28th ult, Miss Elizabeth WALTON, aged 63 years.

At Wigton, on Monday last, Robert, son of Thomas SUTHERLAND, aged 6 years.

At Physic Hall, near Alston, on the 31st ult., Mr. John RICHARDSON, aged 39 years.

At Alston, on the 31st ult., James, son of Mr. B. HUDSON, Wesleyan Minister, aged 19 years; on the 1st instant, Mr. William SIMPSON, draper, aged 47; on the 2nd inst., Mr. Wellington WALTON, aged 30 years.

At Brigham, near Cockermouth, on the 26th ult., in childbed, Ann, wife of Mr. Thomas BLACK, waller, aged 36 years,—universally lamented in death as she was highly esteemed in life, by all who knew her, for the amiable qualities which she possessed.

At Cockermouth, on Thursday the 4th inst., after a few days illness, Mr. Jon. WOODMASS, grocer and druggist, aged 52 years. The deceased rose from a very humble station in life (that of a miner at Alston) to the highly respectable station which he occupied at his death, by his own untiring industry and perseverance, and has gone to his rest universally esteemed as an upright man and consistent christian.

At Skerton, near Lancaster, on the 29th ult., of typhus fever, Margaret, only daughter of the late Jos. ROBINSON, Esq., formerly of Cargo Hill, near this city.

At Whitesyke, on the 24th March, George GILL, aged 65.

In Church Street, Whitehaven, on the 27th instant, John, son of Mr. John FEARON, painter, aged 7 years; last week, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William WADDLE, aged 32 years; Ann, wife of Mr. John KENNAUGH, aged 31 years.

On Thursday last, at the Priory, St. Bees, aged 88 years, Robert Joseph BUDDICOM, Esq., formerly of Liverpool.

At Workington, on Monday week, Fergus, son of Mr. Thos. ELLWELL, same place, on Wednesday, Mrs. Eleanor PRIESTMAN, widow, much respected, in the 73rd year of her age; and at same place, on Sunday, Miss Catherine DAYKIN, aged 20 years.

On Sunday last, at Cockermouth, Mr. Henry HEWITSON, at the advanced age of 88 years, much and deservedly respected.

At Isel Grange, near Cockermouth, on the 21st ult., Jane, the wife of Captain WYBERGH, R.N., aged 37 years.

On Sunday last, at Haverigg, in Millom, Mr. John FOX, yeoman, advanced in years.

At Manchester, in his 48th year, Mr. Edward HIND, formerly of Baldwinholme, near Carlisle; much lamented by his family and friends.

At Delaware State, Wilmington, North America, Jane, the wife of Mr. Robert BARNES, miller, late of Grisdale, in this county, aged 46 years; also of Robert, their son, aged 12 years; and Jane Ann, their daughter, aged 5 months,—all within a period of five weeks.

THORWALDSEN, the celebrated Danish sculptor, died suddenly at Copenhagen, on the 25th ult., aged 74 years.

At Well Bank, near Bootle, on Tuesday last, Mr. John BRAITHWAITE, waller, aged 85 years.

On the 27th, at Maryport, Mr. John TEMPLETON, mariner aged 73 years.

On Wednesday last, at Leeming House, Ullswater, awfully sudden, Catherine, wife of John RAW, Esq., and sister to Mrs. John ROBINSON, of Keswick.

In Kendal, on Monday week, deeply regretted, Mr. B. PEARSON, accountant and general agent, aged 64.

On the 27th ult., in Islington Street, Salford, Manchester, Mr. John BURN, (the author of BURN's Commercial Glance,) a native of this county, aged 69 years.