Saturday 12 Oct 1844   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Births.

 At the Rectory, Workington, on Friday morning last, the lady of the Rev. H. CURWEN, of a daughter.

 At Old Derrig, near Carlow, the lady of Captain FITZMAURICE, R.N., of a son; her twentieth child, fourteen of whom are now living.

 Marriages.

 At St. Mary's Church, on the 5th instant, Mr. John BYERS, Aikton, to Miss Jane MILBURN, of Bridge Lane.

 At Gretna, on Tuesday last, Mr. James WHITE, gardener, Newtown, near this city, to Mrs. Jane TURNER, of the Pack Horse inn, in the same place,—each of the parties have been twice married previously, and the sum of their ages is 120 years.

 At Cumwhitton, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. R. ROBINSON, B.A., Mr. Joseph HODGSON, grocer, of Low Plains, in the parish of Lazonby, to Miss BROWN, of Hornsby Gate, in the parish of Cumwhitton.

 At Sark Toll Bar, parish of Gretna, on the 3rd inst., Mr. Joshua NICHOLSON, to Miss Mary ROBSON, both of Hexham.

 At Kendal, since our last, Mr. Richard MARSHALL to Miss Jane BEATHAM, both of that town.

 At Alston, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Hugh SALVIN, the Rev. Octavius JAMES, M.A., to Jane Catherine Helen, eldest daughter of the late Captain BOWLBY, R.A.

 At Workington, on Tuesday last, Joseph JACKSON, Esq., of Calva, near Workington, to Miss HOODLESS.

 

Deaths.

 In Castle Street, on the 28th ult., Mr. John SANDERSON, late of Stcokdalewath [sic], in the 62nd year of his age.

 In Botchergate, on the 9th inst., Mr. John M'CANN, aged 48.

 In Botcherby, on the 7th inst., Mr. James HALLIDAY, aged 88.

 At Denton Hill, on the 3rd inst., Mary RAMSAY, aged 25 years.

 At Drumburgh, on Monday the 16th ult., Betty, the wife of Richard LAWSON, Esq., aged 75 years,—much and deservedly regretted.

 At Glen Hill, near Allendale Town, Northumberland, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Ann CLARKE, aged 87 years.

 At Wigton, on the 1st inst., Miss Jane CLARK, aged 75, daughter of the late rector of the parish,—and deservedly respected for her benevolence and extensive charities; same place, on the 1st inst., Jane, widow of John M'CALL, aged 86 years; on the 2nd, John, son of Ann MILLER, aged 15 years; on the 3rd, Mr. Andrew CRAIG, aged 83; and on the 7th, at the Union Workhouse, Stephen PURDY, at the advanced age of 99 years.

 At Alston, on the 5th inst., Mr. William ARMSTRONG, stonemason, aged 51 years.

 At Acton Cottage, Middlesex, on the 1st inst., Anne, the eldest daughter of the late Mr. J. PEILL, surgeon, Cockermouth.

 In Senhouse Street, Whitehaven, on Monday morning, after a long and tedious illness, Mrs. MARTIN, widow, advanced in years; in Cross Street, on the 3rd inst., Mr. Thomas DAVIS, aged 39 years; in Church Street, since our last, Rose, the wife of Mr. David SMITH, aged 40 years ; at the Infirmary, Eleanor, the wife of Mr. John CRANE, aged 34 years; and in West Strand, Mrs. Ann BROWN, widow, aged 27 years.

 At St. John's, Newfoundland, on the 10th ult., Captain W. TAGGART, of the Lilly, of Harrington.

 At Harrington, on Wednesday last, Mr. Thomas DOUGLAS, mariner, aged 63 years.

 At Workington, on Tuesday week, Mary, infant daughter of Mr. Samuel BELL; same place, on the 3rd, Mr. Thomas DIXON, aged 71 years; and on the 6th, Thomas Henry, son of L. BOUCH, Esq., aged four years.

 At Calder Bridge, on Monday last, Mary, eldest daughter of Peter SHERIDAN, Esq., merchant, Buenos Ayres, aged 18 years.

 At Ulverston, on Wednesday last, Mr. Joseph HODGSON, cotton-spinner, aged 51 years; same place, on the following day, Bella, widow of the late Mr. John DAVIDSON, advanced in years.

 At Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mr. T. NELSON, weaver, aged 36 years.

 At his house, in Stricklandgate, Kendal, on the 3rd instant, Jacob WAKEFIELD, Esq., in his 79th year.

 At Bowness, Windermere, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Eliz. BARROW, aged 26 years.

 In Kendal, after a short but severe illness, at the house of Mr. John CARTER, plumber and glazier, Joseph, son of Mr. Francis HARLING, of Sedgwick, in the 20th year of his age.

 Lately, at Pontefract, aged 82, Mr. Joseph NELSON. During the mutiny of the fleet at the Nore, he was serving in the West York Militia, and was the person who held the lather box for the barber who shaved the unfortunate PARKER the night before his execution.