Saturday 30 Aug 1834 (p. 3, col. 5)
At Knockbrex, on Monday the 25th inst., the lady of Major COLOMB, of a daughter.
At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 23rd inst., Mr. Thomas RUDDICK, to Miss Sarah LITTLE; 25th, Mr. James HAMILTON, to Miss Catherine ANDERSON.
At Edinburgh, on the 25th inst., the Rev. Richard HUNTER, of the Scotch Chapel, Fisher Street, Carlisle, to Frances, daughter of the late Captain Alex. WISHART, of the 78th regiment.
At Penrith, on the 23rd, Mr. Timothy PLASHEL, to Miss SARGINSON, dress-maker, of London.
At Crosscannonby, on the 16th inst., Mr. William BROWN, husbandman, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. George HAYTON, innkeeper, Crosby.
On the 13th inst., at St. Martin's Church, Liverpool, Mr. H. J. GREENOUGH, surgeon arid druggist, Great Cross Hall-street, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Mr. Jacob BANKS, black-lead pencil manufacturer, Keswick.
At Threlkeld, on the 14th inst., Mr. Isaac TEASDALE, Lowside, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Jos. MAYSON, Stonerays.
At Cockermouth, on the 21st inst., Mr. Edward EVANS, merchant, Dublin, to Miss SMITH, eldest daughter of Mr. SMITH, Cockermouth; same place, on the 23d, Mr. Geo. HICKELS, waller, of the parish of Crosthwaite, to Miss Mary Ann RITCHIE, of the former place; 25th, Mr. John GRAVE, butcher, to Miss Jane BROWN, both of Cockermouth.
At Haltwhistle, on the 21st inst., Mr. Thomas FORRESTER, of Greenhead, to Miss Ann BRUMWELLl, eldest daughter of Mr. Wm. BRUMWELL, of Chapel House.
At Workington, on Sunday last, Mr. Wm. MURRAY, mariner, to Mrs. Jane TUBMAN, widow.
On the 13th inst., at St. Bride's Church, Liverpool, Mr Thomas WILLIAMS, youngest son of Mr. Wm. WILLIAMS, Ty-Brith, Vale of Clwyd, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Benjamin GRISDALE, Esq., Carmarthen, and late Collector of Excise, Whitehaven.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thomas CARRON, mariner, to Miss Mary WARE.
On Monday, the 11th inst., at the Parish Church, Bolton, Mr. CLAPPERTON, (brother to the celebrated Captain CLAPPERTON,) draper, &c., of Blackburn, to Nancy, second daughter of Mr. John HOLT, provision dealer, of Bolton.
On Tuesday the 18th inst., at Axbridge, in the county of Somerset, Mr. John SMITH, of New Bond Street, London, to Sarah, second daughter of George FOWLER, Esq., of Axbridge.
Saturday 30 Aug 1834 (p. 3, col. 5)
Here, on the 22nd, Mr. John DOBSON, attorney's clerk, Union Street, Botchergate, aged 46; since our last, Mr. John CURSON, John's Lane, Caldewgate, aged 46; Mrs. Mary SIMPSON, Church Street, aged 52; Mrs. Elizabeth ROBERTS, of Bridge Lane, aged 50; Mrs. Elizabeth SURTEES, Botchergate, aged 43.
On Monday last, at Rockliffe Cross, Mr. Gavin ARMSTRONG, aged 74; much respected.
At Brampton, on Sunday, Mr. Joseph WILLAN, aged 48 years.
On Monday, at Beckside, near Brampton, Mrs. Margaret SALKELD, aged 78.
At Farlam, on Sunday, Mr. BELL, aged 27.
At Penrith, on the 25th, Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, widow, aged 37.
At Edenhall, near Penrith, on the 22nd, Mr. Wm. HODGSON, yeoman, at the advanced age of 96 years.
At Keswick, on Monday week, in a fit of apoplexy, Mr. George TEASDALE, aged 52, son of the late Rev. John TEASDALE, formerly curate of Mungrisdale, after which he was Minister of the Protestant Church of Dundee, in Scotland. He was a man of very considerable attainments. He was unfortunately induced, when in Scotland, to enter the field in a duel, where he received a wound, which occasioned his death.
At Maryport, on the 19th inst., Mr. John PARROT, aged 76; on the 24th, Mrs. Jane BROWN, aged 81.
At Ouse Bridge, in the parish of Isel, on the 20th inst., Eleanor, wife of Mr. John SCOTT, husbandman, aged 48.
At Threkeld, on the 16th inst., suddenly, Mr. John ROBINSON, breadbaker, aged 73.
At Powter How, in Thornthwaite, on Wednesday week, Mr. Jonathan POSTLETHWAITE, in his 66th year.
On the 22nd inst., Mr James FORSTER, of Blackpoolgate, in Bewcastle, aged 34.
On the 27th inst., at Croft Ends, near Appleby, where he had been for the benefit of his health, Mr. John HENDERSON, solicitor, of Liverpool, aged 29.
At Liverpool, on the 20th inst., after an illness of thirty hours, Barbara, wife of Mr. James QUARMBY, stone-cutter, of that town, and daughter of Mrs. TURNBULL, of the Old Crown Inn, Workington, aged 30, respected by all who knew her.
At Brigham, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Ann BROWN, at the advanced age ot 93 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Thomas PARTLETON, water cartman, aged 48 years; Mr. John SCARROW, aged 84.
On Friday week, at Liverpool, aged 32, Jane, wife of Mr. Martin BROMLEY, Union Street, and second daughter of Mr. W. BECK, sen. late of Woodend, Cumberland.
On the 17th inst., at Dublin, aged 47, Gawin Wm. Howan [sic – should be Rowan] HAMILTON, Esq., Post Captain in his Majesty's Royal Navy, eldest son of the eloquent and celebrated Hamilton ROWAN, Esq., of Killyleagh Castle, in the county of Down, and cousin to Wm. HAMILTON, Esq., of Whitehaven.
On the 15th inst. at the Lawn, near Hemel Hempstead, Herts, Mrs. Sarah LIPSHAM, aged 60 years, having spent her life in the service of the Marquis of Queensberry.
In London, on the 21st inst., Richard, eldest son of Mr. James CALVERT, of Hallbank Gate, aged 23; highly respected.
Lately, in America, a German woman, named Betty BRANTHAM, aged 154.
On the 8th of June, Catherine AWNER, a native of Jamaica, a free black female, aged 148 years.