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Saturday 24 Aug 1844   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Marriages

At Wigton, on the 17th instant, Joseph, son of Mr. William PATTINSON, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. Henry LOWTHER.

 

At the Parish Church of St. Lawrence, Appleby, on the 15th instant, by the Rev. Joseph MILNER, M.A., Thomas BRENAND, Esq., Burton in Kendal, to Dorothy, youngest daughter of John HIND, Esq., Kirkby Stephen.

 

At Totteridge, Herts, on the 8th inst., James Peard LEY, Esq., of Oak Bank, Cumberland, to Louisa Susanna, daughter of Charles Augustus TULK, Esq., of Totteridge Park, Herts.

 

At Lamplugh, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Joseph GILLBANKS, rector, John UNSWORTH, Esq., of Litherland Mount, Liverpool, to Jane, daughter of Joseph DICKINSON, Esq., of Red How, near Whitehaven.

 

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, W. G. GUBBINS, Esq., of Uregare House, county of Limerick, youngest son of the late George Gough GUBBINS, Esq., of Maldstown Castle, in the same county, to Mary, youngest daughter of John RUSSELL, Esq., City Place, Limerick.

 

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Sunday week, Mr. Paulus Amelius IRVING, farmer, Camerton, to Miss Mary WHITE, of Cockermouth; and on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph REED, rope maker, to Miss Jane NOBLE.

 

At Cockermouth, on Monday week, Mr. John MOSSOP, cooper and turner, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. Thomas FALLOWS, hair dresser; and at the same place, on Sunday, Mr. Thomas STAINTON, of Papcastle, nailor, to Miss Elizabeth KENNAN, of Cockermouth.

 

At the Independent Chapel, Cockermoutb, on Thursday week, Mr James HALL, of the Goat, near that town, to Miss Ann Jane SWEET, of the latter place.

 

At Liverpool, on Sunday week, Mr. Joseph BARNES, joiner and cabinet maker, Harrington, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. James HARDING, of Askham, near Lowther.

 

At St. Bees, on Monday week, Mr. William LEVASON, of Whitehaven, joiner and cabinet maker, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr. George SMITH, of Hensingham.

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Joseph YATES, of Rowrah, farmer, to Jane, sister of Mr. Miles NICHOLSON, of Chapel House.

 

At Bootle, on Saturday week, Mr. Richard WILKINSON, of the Hill, to Margaret, third daughter of Mr. HOUSBY, of the Well, near Bootle.

 

At Bolton, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. J. WOOD, Mr. George KERR, husbandman, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Jacob HEWITSON, of Newlands Row.

 

At Kendal, since our last, Mr. Henry HUCK, of Fawcett Forest, to Mary CARRADUS, of Middleton, near Kirkby Lonsdale; Mr. John HALESWORTH, to Miss Hannah ROUSE, both of Kendal.

 

At Bowness, on Monday, the 12th instant, by the Rev. R. P. GRAVES, Mr. James SALKELD, Railway Terrace, Kendal, to Miss Margaret REDHEAD, of Bowness.

 

At the Parish Church of Cockerham, on Tuesday, the 13th instant, Samuel SIMPSON, Esq., of the Greaves, to Ann, eldest daughter of the late Richard ATKINSON, Esq., of Ellol Grange, Lancashire.

 

Deaths.

In John Street, on the 22nd instant, Mary Jane ATKINSON, aged 12 years.

At Thursby, on the 13th instant, in the 95th year of his age, Mr. Joseph JEFFERSON, formerly of Evening Hill. The strict temperance of his habits, which, with daily exercise in a healthy locality, had doubtless contributed materially to prolong his days and preserve his faculties, which were, up to the close of life, almost unimpaired—nor was he less distinguished for the peaceableness and amiability of his disposition.

At Mireside, in the parish of Bromfield, on Saturday, the 17th instant, after a painful and lingering illness, borne with Christian resignation, Miss TODD, in her 27th year—deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends.

At Wigton, on Thursday, the 15th inst, Ann, relict of the late Christopher BORROWDAILE, Esq., aged 82 years.

At Peth, near Longtown, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth LITTLE, widow, at the advanced age of 99 years.

At her house, Clapham-common, on the 10th inst., Elizabeth Susannah, relict of the late Thomas GRAHAM, Esq., of Edmond Castle, Cumberland, aged 81 years.

At Haltwhistle, on the 14th instant, aged 59, Mr. Wm. BELL of Kellah, eldest son of the late Mr. Thos. BELL, manufacturer Haltwhistle.

In London, on the 16th instant, aged 34, of consumption, after a harassing illness under the most distressing circumstances, and leaving four young orphan sons, utterly unprovided for, to lament her untimely end, Mary, relict of the late Mr. Thomas WINDER, daughter of the late Mr. Isaac THOMPSON, South Field, and grand-daughter of the late George HARRISON, Esq., Appleby, Westmoreland, many years a magistrate for that county. Her end was of that holy peace which the world cannot give, being joyful through hope of a blessed immortality in the mercy of her Saviour.

At Liverpool, on the 18th instant, Margaret, daughter of Robert and Mary AFFLECK, and grand-daughter of Christopher and Bridget BAINBRIDGE, of Low Hesket.

At Appleby, on Wednesday last, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, gardener at Appleby Castle, aged 53 years.

At Nenthead, on the 19th instant, Mrs. Hannah HUTCHINSON, aged 65 years.

At Cockermouth, on Friday last, Mr. Barwise MITCHELL, watch and clock maker, aged 66 years.

At Maryport, on the 14th instant, Mr. John REID, formerly of Liverpool, aged 59 years.

At Workington, on Friday last, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Lancelot BOUCH, Esq., in the 39th year of her age.

At Seaville, on the 8th instant, after a lingering illness, Mr. Joseph BELL, joiner, aged 24 years.

At Dyon Side, near Distington, on Tuesday week, Frances, wife of Mr. Abraham PIPER, dancing master, aged 26 years. The deceased some time ago vomited an animal resembling a water asp, which had long been lodged in her stomach, and seemed greatly relieved by having dislodged the unwelcome intruder; but she lately fell off her health, and gradually became worse, till death at length put a period to her sufferings.

At Hensingham, on Wednesday week, at the house of Mr. John SUMPTON, Mr. Aaron HARTLEY, many years landlord of the Globe inn, in that village, in the 78th year of his age, very highly respected.

At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, after an illness of only four days, Mr. John MARTIN, bread-baker, in the prime of life; on Sunday week, Mr. James ROBERTSON, shoemaker, aged 76; on Thursday week, Mrs. Jane JACKSON, widow of Captain JACKSON, aged 70 years.