Saturday 21 Jun 1834 (p. 3, col. 6)
On Sunday last, at St. Cuthbert's Church, Mr. John LEMON, of Wigton, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. William HARVEY, of Court Square, in this city; on the 14th, Mr. Wm. HALBERT to Miss Mary IRVING.
At St. Mary's Church, on the 19th, Mr. Henry HOPTON, sergeant of the 15th foot, to Miss Rachel ROBSON.
At St. Paul's Covent Garden, on Wednesday week, Mr. Philip THOMPSON, of the Peacock Tavern, Covent Garden, late of Carlisle, to Eliza, widow of the late Captain GRIGGS, of Stone End, Borough.
At Annan, on Sunday last, Mr. Joseph WISE, tailor, to Miss MARTIN, both of Mowbray, near Allonby.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, since our last, Mr. Andrew BEWSHER, to Mrs. Jane ALLISON, both of Thornthwaite, near Keswick; Mr. Joseph CLARK, of High Mill, Bassenthwaite, to Miss Sarah BEWSHER, of Rigg Side, Borrowdale; Mr. Thomas HYMERS, miner, to Miss Agnes DOVER, both of Keswick; Mr. Charles BOWNES, waller, Keswick, to Miss Mary HICKEY, of Great Braithwaite.
At Cockermouth, on the 14th inst., Mr. John BANKS, upholsterer, Maryport, to Miss PEARSON, of Cockermouth.
At Bridekirk, since our last, Mr. R. ROOK, Waverton, to Miss PEARSON, of Tallentire.
At Crosscannonby, on Thusday week, the Rev. William BOOKLESS, minister of the New Presbyterian Chapel, Maryport, to Miss Ann COLLIN, of the same place; on the 15th, Mr. Daniel COLLIN to Miss Mary TICKLE, second daughter of Mr. Henry TICKLE, both of Maryport; Mr. Joseph HURST, carpenter, to Miss Eleanor COLLIN, both of Maryport.
At Workington, on the 11th inst., Mr. Thomas BURNETT, miner, to Miss Martha TWENTYMAN; on the 14th, Mr. Joseph KEY, mariner, to Miss Margaret DIXON.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Samuel PEARSON to Miss Tamer COWEN; Mr. Henry MYERS, joiner, to Miss Jane JACKSON, confectioner.
At Egremont, on Monday last, Mr. James COOK to Miss Jane PICKERING, both of that parish.
At Muncaster, on Thursday last, Mr. Geo. LUMB, of Lowther, to Miss ISLIP, of Ravenglass.
At Preshute Church, Wilts, the Rev. Hugh ALLAN, curate of Preshute, (formerly curate of Skelton, in this county) to Ann, second daughter of Robert BRIANT, Esq., of Marlborough.
At the Cape of Good Hope, on the 17th March last, by the Rev. J. H. VON MANGER, Mr. Septimus GIRD, third son of Mr. GIRD, of Hilton Terrace, Whitehaven, to Miss S. R. VAN DER POOL.
Saturday 21 Jun 1834 (p. 3, col. 6)
Here, on Tuesday last, at the House Recovery, of typhus fever, Mr. George CLARKE, upholsterer, aged 22 years, much respected; since our last, in Botchergate, Mr. Jinkins PEARSON, aged 78; Mr. Joseph DALTON, of Queen Street, aged 22.
On the 14th inst, after a lingering illness, Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr. John ATKINSON, of Clint Head, near Great Corby, aged 37.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Wilfrid CLARKE, shoemaker, aged 65; on Wednesday, Mr. Thomas TREMBLE—an old itinerant musician, well known through Cumberland—at an advanced age.
At Kingmoor-house, near Abbey, on Friday last, Mrs. Mary MAXWELL, aged 74 years.
At Biglands, on Friday week, Miss Mary HAWKIN, aged 25.
At Langwathby, on 12th inst., aged 81, Mr. Geo. RICHARDSON, better known by the name of "Drainer George," a native of Dumfries-shire, but has resided in England for the last fifty years. In a somewhat eccentric disposition, he united a sound judgment and strict integrity. By persevering industry, and singularly frugal habits, he accumulated, and has left to his relations in Scotland, a considerable property.
At Lowbuilding, in Castlesowerby, on the 10th inst., Mr. Edward BULMAN, aged 55, much respected.
At Keswick, on Tuesday week, Mr. Thos. COCKIN, formerly an eminent glazier, aged 85 years.
At Workington, on the 12th, Mr. Daniel DICKINSON, hatter, aged 70; on the 14th, Mr. Thomas WILKINSON, aged 54; on the 15th, Mr. Joseph BOWES, aged 51 years.
At Whitehaven, on Saturday last, after a long illness, Captain BELL, of the Morton of Whitehaven, in the 54th year of his age; since our last, Mr. John FREARS, joiner, aged 53; Catherine, relict of the late Mr. Henry BRAGG, shoemaker, formerly of Calderbridge, aged 84; Mr. Thomas THOMLINSON, in an advanced age.
At the Black Cock, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mrs. BRAYTON, wife of Mr. Joseph BRAYTON, aged about sixty years.
At Egremont, on the 9th inst., Mary, wife of Mr. John FREAR, slater and plasterer, aged 64.
At Stopriggs, in Corney, Mrs. Mary DIXON, relict of the late George DIXON, of Middleton Place, aged 76 years.
In Circus Street, Liverpool, on the 5th inst., Mr. William JENKINSON, tailor, formerly of Ennerdale, of this county, aged 50 years.
Lately, at Warwick Castle, aged 93, Mrs. HOME, who for upwards of seventy years has been the servant of the Warwick family. During the time of her servitude, she has had the privilege of showing the castle, by which it is supposed she has realised £30,000!