Saturday 31 May 1834   (p. 3, col. 6-7)
 
Births.
 
At Parkstyle, Broughton-in-Furness, on the 20th inst., the lady of J. P. MYERS, Esq., solicitor, of a daughter.
 
At Appleby, on Tuesday last, the lady of the Rev. John WHARTON, of a son.
 
At Grimeshill, Westmorland, the wife of William MOORE, Esq., of a son and heir.
 
On the 14th inst., at the home of her father, John IGGULDEN, Esq., in Russell Square, London, the lady of Thomas Cuthbert BACKHOUSE, Esq., of a son.
 
Married.
 
Here, since our last, Mr. John FENWICK, grocer, Rickergate, to Miss Margaret MILES; Mr. Wm. ROBERTSON, to Miss Isabella GIBSON ; Mr. Thomas CLARK, of Gillcrux, to Miss Hannah HIBBRON; Mr. Charles LITTLE to Miss Elizabeth NATTRESS.
 
At Wetheral, on Tuesday week, Mr. Wm. PARKER, clerk with Messrs. DIXON, of Warwick Bridge, to Miss Matilda MUSGRAVE, of the same place.
 
At Brampton, on Wednesday last, Mr. James HETHERINGTON, of Hollinstone, to Miss HETHERINGTON, late of Milton Hill, near Brampton.
 
At Wigton, on Saturday week, Mr. John BROWN to Miss BOWNESS; on Saturday last, Mr. George SHARP, to Miss Jane EDGAR.
 
At Penrith, on the 24th inst., Mr. Thos. JACKSON, to Miss Elizabeth RUDD; on the 29th, Mr. John WILSON to Miss Ann DIXON.
 
At Penrith, on Thursday morning Mr. John WILSON, of Low Mill, Mosedale, to Miss Ann DIXON, of Thackagate, Penrith. [The notice which appeared in our paper of the 17th inst., of the marriage of these parties, was erroneous—the marriage had not then taken place. The notice had been imposed upon our agent, from whom we received it.]
 
At All Souls Church, St. Mary-le-bonne, London, on the 22nd inst., the Rev. James LYNN, M. A., vicar of Crosthwaite, in this county, to Miss COARE, of Derwent Lodge, near Keswick, second daughter of the late Thomas COARE, Esq. Tottinham.
 
At All Souls Church, St. Mary-le-bonne, London, by the Rev. George Goodenough LYNN, B. A., (and brother to the fair bride), Capt. MURRAY, E.I.C.S., to Sophia Ann, eldest daughter of the Rev. James LYNN, M. A., vicar of Crosthwaite, in this county, and granddaughter of the late Bishop of this diocese.
 
At Cockermouth, on the 19th inst., Mr. William ARMSTRONG, husbandman, to Miss Sarah HEWSON.
 
At Workington, on the 22nd inst., Mr. John CARMICHAEL, carver, to Mrs. Jane BROWN, widow, both of that place.
 
At Sculcoates Church, near Hull, Henry, son of  J. C. PARKER, Esq., to Georgiana, daughter of the late Richard HARRISON, Esq., of Wyton.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Wm. CLAGUE, to Miss Jane SHARP; Mr. Wm. WHITESIDE, to Miss Faster COWEN; Mr. Thomas LINDOW, mariner, to Miss Eleanor PLOWMAN, dress-maker.
 
At Grasmere, on the 17th inst., Mr. John BRUNSKILL, of Troutbeck, to Miss Maria WINDER, of Grasmere; on the 18th, Mr. John HODGSON, to Miss Sarah HODGSON, of Loughrigg.
 
At Appleby, since our last, Mr. Joseph RICHARDSON, to Miss Mary Williams PHILIPS; Mr. Isaac DENT, of Bolton, to Miss Esther SMITH.
 
At Kendal, on Monday last, Mr. John BRUNSKILL, miller, of Low-mills, to Miss Alice WEIGHTMAN.
 
At Ulverston, on the 17th, Mr. Robert Hutchinson FELL, of Woodland, Kirkby Ireleth, bobbin-maker, to Miss Alice ATKINSON, of Stony Cragg, near Ulverston; on the 19th, Mr. Thomas CADDA, tanner, to Miss Ann THWAITE, both of Ulverston; Mr. William EDMONDSON, of Roosbeck, husbandman, to Miss Jane BOADLE, of Trinkelt, near Ulverston. On the 24th, at Torver, Mr. Thomas MASHITER, butcher, of Ulverston, to Miss Mary, daughter of the late Mr. Edward PARK, of Undercragg, Torver.
 
At Lancaster, on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. PARKINSON, of Scotforth, to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Mr. T. BOND, limner, of Lancaster; Mr. John HOLMES, of Carlisle, carver, to Martha, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John GARNETT, of the Dolphin inn, Kendal.
 
At St. Michael's Church, Toxteth Park, James Murray M'CULLOCK, M. D., of Dumfries, to Mary ELLISON, daughter of Mr. LAFONE, of the former place.
 
On the 14th inst., at the house of her brother, in Park Street, London, the hon. Henry BUTLER, third son of the right hon. Lord Dunboyne, to Isabella Margaret MUNRO JOHNSTONE, of Corehead, in Dumfries-shire, only daughter of the late Sir Alexander MUNRO, of Novar, Ross-shire.
 

Saturday 31 May 1834   (p. 3, col. 6-7)
 
Died.
 
In Lowther Street, on Thursday, Miss F. JOLLIE, aged 26, much regretted.
 
Here, since our last, Mr. Robt. YOUNG, of Bothergate [sic], aged 77; also his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth YOUNG, aged 74; Mr. G. BLAYLOCK, of Castle Street, aged 57.
 
At Ann's-hill, on the 28th instant, Miss GRAYSON, in her 82nd year, the last of an old and respectable family of this city.
 
At Crosby Vicarage, on the 20th instant, of apoplexy, whilst on a visit to her mother, Mrs. BARBER, relict of the late Tamson BARBER, Esq., of Willow Hall, Cambridgeshire, aged 60 years.
 
At Buckabank, on the 20th inst., Mr. Jos. FLEMING, aged 86 years, much respected.
 
At Dalston Hall, on Wednesday week, Mr. Isaac WILSON, aged 73 years.
 
At Dublin, on the 16th April, Mrs. E. SARGINSON, wife of Mr. SARGINSON, planter, of St. Croix, on her return from the West Indies, aged 37. She was a native of Coathill, in this county.
 
At Chalkfoot, yesterday week, Mrs. Mary ASHBRIDGE, aged 77 years.
 
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mr. Robt. CUBBY, aged 44; on Tuesday last, Mrs. Elizabeth PARKER, aged 48; on Thursday, Mr. John SCOTT, aged 49.
 
At Penrith, on the 24th inst., Mr. Roger HAYTON, shoemaker, aged 30.
 
At Allonby, on the 19th inst., Mrs. COWEN, aged 73, relict of the late Rev. John COWEN, minister of that place.
 
At Cockermouth, on the 24th inst., Mr. John GRAHAM, of that place, aged 82 years.
 
At Maryport, on the 22nd, Mr. Hugh BROWN, aged 83 years. At Jerusalem, near Appleby, on the 20th inst., Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, yeoman, aged 75 years.
 
At Cowpland Beck, near Appleby, Mr. William TODD, spinner, aged 29 years.
 
At Appleby Workhouse, on the 29th, Jane SYKES, widow, aged 44.
 
At Prospect, parish of Brigham, awfully sudden, Mrs. Thomas BARWISE, husbandman, aged 30 years. The deceased was ploughing on Tuesday the 20th inst., for Mr. BUSHBY, and the presumption is, that at noon after loosing the horses from the plough, he had died immediately, being found the following morning laying upon his face, not more than about 3 yards from the plough, without the slightest appearance on the soft soil of any struggle having taken place. He has left a widow in a state of pregnancy and 3 children to lament their loss.
 
At Harrowhead, in Netherwasdale, last week, very suddenly, Joseph WALKER, aged 17. The deceased was a native of Ennerdale.
 
At Hall Carleton, Drigg, a short time since, Mrs. Elizabeth WALKER, relict of the late Mr. Jos. WALKER, yeoman, at the advanced age of 84 years, much and deservedly respected.
 
At his house in Queen's Street, Whitehaven, on Thursday last, after a short but severe illness, Mr. John BOWMAN, pawn-broker, aged 39 years; since our last, Mr. Henry VINCH, mariner, aged 22; Miss Ann WELSH, aged 20; Mrs. Margaret REID, advanced in years; Ann BRADLEY, aged 5 years.
 
At Sandwith, near Whitehaven, on Monday last, Mrs. SAVAGE, widow, aged about 55 years.
 
At Dumfries, last week, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, late of the King's Arms inn, Maryport, in the prime of life.
 
At Dumfries, on Sunday last, Robert MURRAY, Esq., Provest of Dumfries—to the great regret of his fellow-townsmen.
 
In Langholm, on the 22nd inst., James MOFFAT, Esq., surgeon, after a short illness, in his 68th year.
 
At Bombay, in the month of January last, Capt. William FERGUSON, of the ship Annandale, a native of the neighbourhood of Annan.
 
At Petersburgh, Virginia, in March last, Robert WALKER, Esq., a native of Dumfries, in the 65th year of his age. The deceased emigrated at the early age of 17—talent his passport, and perseverance his capital —and by dint of exertion and honourable conduct, won his way to independence, first as a merchant, and latterly as a banker.
 
On Wednesday night week, after a long illness, in his 74th year, deeply lamented by all who knew him, Mr. Alderman NEWCOMB, for 58 years one of the proprietors of the Stamford Mercury. He served the office of Mayor of that town in the years 1806 and 1820.
 
At Ulverston, on the 19th inst., Isabella, wife of Mr. Edward HIGGIN, tanner, aged 19. She was borne to the grave on the very day twelve months which witnessed her marriage.