Saturday 18 Oct 1834 (p. 3, col. 6)
Here, at St. Mary's church, on the 11th, Mr. Wm. ANCELL, of this city, to Miss Jane ROBSON, of Aglionby, near Wetheral.
At Thursby, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas HOWE, to Miss Ann SURTEES, both of Nealhouse.
On the 12th inst., at Workington, Mr. John TYSON, husbandman, to Miss Mary CLARK.
At Appleby, on Monday last, Mr. Robert ELLISON, of Burrells, to Miss VARTY, of Hoff Row; on Wednesday, Mr. Robert BLENCARN, of Keisley, to Miss JACKSON, of Brackenthwaite.
In Scotch-street, in this city, on Wednesday last, suddenly, Mr. John RICHARDSON, tailor, aged 31 years, highly esteemed by a large circle of friends.
On Monday last, in Scotch street, after a long illness, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Thomas WATSON, Esq., of Hawkesdale.
Since our last, Mr. Thos. LAZONBY, of Irish-gates, aged 45 years; Mrs. Elizabeth CAMPBELL, of Fisher-street, aged 84; Mrs. Margaret GIBBONS, of Irish-gates, aged 89; Mr. Gibbons HUNT, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 68.
At Stanwix, on Wednesday morning last, much lamented, Mr. Henry ARMSTRONG, schoolmaster, aged 80 years.
At High Crosby, on the 15th inst., in the 87th year of her age, Mrs. HENDERSON, relict of the late John HENDERSON, Esq., of Shap, Westmorland.
At the Slacks, Bewcastle, on Monday, very suddenly, Mr. Archibald LITTLE, of the Dodgsons, aged _0 years.
On the 11th, at Glasson, Maryport, Mrs. HACKLEY, aged 88 years.
On Sunday the 5th inst., at Calder Bridge, Francis ARMSTRONG, many years husbandman at Calder Abbey, aged 59 years.
Since our last, at Whitehaven, Miss Mary Ann HARRISON, aged 23; Sarah, wife of Mr. Geo. FARRER, aged 67; Frances, wife of Mr. Richard BELL, hairdresser, aged 29—the deceased was a native of Alston, in this county, where her amiable disposition will long be remembered by an extensive circle of acquaintance; Mrs. Dinah THOMPSON, widow, aged 71.
On Wednesday week, at Egremont, Mr. Joseph LINDOW, formerly of Walk Mill, Irton, aged 77.
On Monday sennight, Rear-Admiral the Hon. George Heneage DUNDAS, one of the Lords of the Admirlty [sic]. He was brother of the present Lord DUNDAS, and in his 57th year.
In Dublin, James Hewitt Massy DAWSON, Esq., late M. P.
At Bongate, Appleby, Mrs. Mary STEEL, widow, aged 62 years.
At Sunderland, on 12th inst., in her 27th year, and a few days after her confinement, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Wm. FRENCH, of that place, deeply and deservedly regretted by her sorrowing relatives and friends.
On 20th April last, at Sydney, New South Wales, the Rev. Geo. ERSKINE, superintendent of the Wesleyan missons in those colonies.