DEATH OF MARYPORT
We regret to report the death which occurred on Saturday of Mrs. Jane Tinnion FISHER, of 106, High Street, Maryport, who in her 88th year, was full of vigour and health until an attack of Bronchitis kept her to her bed seven weeks ago.
She was the widow of Mr. Robert Fisher, master mariner and later dock gateman at Maryport, who died in 1900. She was exceedingly well known in the district, and her family have many sympathisers.
There are three sons and two daughters. One son is Mr. W. E. FISHER, ship broker, and treasurer of the Maryport Golf Club. Another is a licensed victualler at Morecambe, and the other an ironmonger at Barrow. One daughter, a widow, lives at Kirkby Stephen, and the other lived with her mother.
Shortly after entering a cinema on Wednesday night, Mrs. A. GREENHOW, of Sunnyside, Castle Croft, was taken very ill and had to be assisted out. Dr. REED saw her sitting in the porch with Mr. BRAITHWAITE (the manager) as he was passing and immediately had her conveyed home. Mrs. GREENHOW passed away a few minutes later.
One of her sons Jack, is well known as a R. U. forward.