MAXWELL-BAIRD - At 20, Belhaven Terrace, Glasgow, on the 20th April 1880, by
the Rev. R. ARMSTRONG, M. A., of St. Matthew’s Parish, and the Rev. John
DOWNES, of East Kilbride Parish, Sir William MAXWELL, Baronet, of Calderwood,
Lanarkshire, to Jane, youngest daughter of Frank BAIRD, Esq.
HISSEY - BOUCH - At St. Mary Abbott’s Church, Kensington, on the 20th April,
1880, by the Hon. And Rev. E. Carr GLYNN, Vicar, assisted by the Rev. George
WINGATE, James John HISSEY, of Kensington Park Gardens, London, only son of
James HISSEY, of Longworth, Birkshire, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Sir
Thomas and Lady BOUCH, Edinburgh.
GRAHAM - MILBOURNE - At Wetheral, on the 19th April, 1880, by the Rev. W.
BLAKE, Richard GRAHAM, of Green Bank, Wetheral, to Bessie, widow of the late
John MILBOURNE, Esq., of Stone House, Wetheral.
BELL - WILSON - At the Parish Church, Irthington, on the 13th April, 1880,
by the Rev. Robert WILSON, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William
DACRE, Vicar of the parish, Thos. Pearson BELL, of Liverpool, younger son of
Thomas BELL, Irthington, to Elizabeth, younger daughter of the late Alexander
BLAKE - PERCY - At St. James’ Church, in this city, on the 20th April, 1880,
by the Rev. Joseph WALLACE, Mr. Francis BLAKE, Sheffield Street, to Miss.
Harriet PERCY, Trafalgar Street.
LAWS - WALES - At Christ Church, Silloth, on the 27th March, 1880 by the
Rev. Wm. HORNE, to Mr. John LAWS, Silloth, to Miss. Mary Jane WALES, of the same
MESSENGER - MESSENGER - At Crosscanonby Church, on the 14th April 1880 Mr.
John MESSENGER, to Miss. Lizzie Ann, daughter of Captain John MESSENGER, both
CLARK - WHITTAKER - At St. Michael’s Church, Workington, on the 11th April
1880 Mr. John CLARK of Keswick to Miss. Elizabeth WHITTAKER, of Clifton.
WESTMORLAND - HERD - At the Parish Church, Watermillock, on the 15th April
1880 by the Rev. F. le Grix WHITE, M. A., Mr. Thomas WESTMORLAND, leather
merchant, of Penrith, to Emma, youngest daughter of Mr. Issac HERD, gardener,
WATSON - M’IVER - At the Register Office, Penrith, on the 18th April, 1880,
John H. WATSON, stonemason, to Miss. M’IVER, both of Penrith.
WILSON - IRVING - At St. James’s Church, Burnopfield, County Durham, on the
21st April 1880, by the Rev. Thomas STIRRUP, assisted by the Rev. George
ALTON, James R. WILSON, Newcastle-on-Tyne (formerly the Priory, Whitehaven), to
Kate, youngest daughter of the late Ralph Finch IRVING, M. D., Keswick,
JOHNSTON - BURROW - At the Register Office, Whitehaven, on the 18th April,
1880, Mr. Isaac JOHNSTON, butcher, to Miss. M. A. BURROW, both of Whitehaven.
At 18, Aglionby Street, on the 17th April 1880, the wife of Edwd. J. PARKER,
of a daughter.