Saturday 02 May 1835 (p. 3, col. 6)
On the 22nd ult., at Norton Conyers, Yorkshire, Lady GRAHAM, of a son.
At St. Cuthbert's church on Saturday last, by the Rev. Jos. SMITH, Mr. Wm. COWAN, to Miss Mary Ann DICKINSON, both of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
At St. Cuthbert's church, on the 18th ult., Mr. John JAMES, to Miss Margaret ROBLEY; 20th, Mr. Henry HILL, to Miss Jane BROWN; Mr. Thomas BELL, to Miss Mary M'CULLOCK; 21st, Mr. James FORSTER, to Miss Elizabeth STAGG ; Mr. Caleb COOPER, to Miss Elizabeth LENNON.
On the 30th ult., at Cumrew, by the Rev. John HUDSON, Mr. John VARTY, of Old Change, London, to Ann, only daughter of the late John GILL, Esq., of the former place.
Lately, at St. Clement Danes, London, by the Rev. Thomas HARRISON, A. M., Mr. Nathaniel ROBSON, formerly of Irthington Mill, near Brampton, to Mary Ann, only daughter of John CARR, Esq., of Upper John Street, Fitzroy Square.
On the 18th, at the Abbey, Holm Cultram, Mr. Joseph LITTLE, eldest son of Mr. Wm. LITTLE, Whinbank, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr. John WAITE, Tarns.
At Cockermouth, on Tuesday the 28th ult., by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, the Rev. S. SHERWEN, rector of Dean, to Miss Hannah ROBINSON, of Cockermouth.
At Crosthwaite church, on Thursday week, Mr. Wm. BROWNRIGG, to Miss Sarah BOWE, both of Keswick; same place, on Monday last, Mr. Thos. BANKS, manufacturer, Greta Mills, near Keswick, to Sarah, second daughter of Daniel DOVER, Esq., of Skiddaw Bank, near Keswick.
On Thursday last, at Annan, P. E. COLLIN, Esq., solicitor, only son of P. COLLIN, Esq., Maryport, to Charlotte Isabella, eldest daughter of George Augustus WOODS, Esq., of Castle-hill, Maryport, and Balla Doole, Isle of Man.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. Rich. Henry ARGUS, to Miss Jane MUSGRAVE; Mr. John ANDERSON, to Miss Sarah SANDERSON, both of Whitehaven.
Saturday 02 May 1835 (p. 3, col. 6)
In the Castle Lane, on Thursday morning last, Mrs. Mary KIRK, aged 59; much respected.
Here, an Wednesday last, Eliza, infant daughter of Mr. M. NUTTER, artist.
At Liverpool, on the 25th ult., aged 72, Mr. Thos. CARLYLE, sen., artist-deeply regretted.
Here, on Thursday, Mrs. Isabella IVISON, aged 82.
Here, since our last, Mrs. Ann BUNTIN, Queen's Street, aged 52; Miss Jane ARMSTRONG, Bridge-lane, aged 20; Mrs. Agnes IRVING, East Tower Street, aged 25.
On Saturday last, Mrs. Mary THORP, English Damside, aged 52 years.
At Upperby, near this city, on the 24th ult., of consumption, William STOUT, printer, aged 20.
At Merthyr Tydvil, Wales, on Thursday the 9th ult., aged 39, Mr. Joseph BELL, a native of Carlisle, and formerly a compositor in the office of this Paper. He was employed on the Gazette and Guardian newspaper of that place, as a compositor; and his loss (says that paper) will be sincerely regretted by all who knew him.
At Gamblesby, on Tuesday last, Mr. Joseph HAYTON, in the 56th year of his age.
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Mrs. Martha ASKEW, aged 67; on Monday, Mr. Charles BOYLE, aged 55; on Thursday last, Mr. Robt. BEATY, many years sexton of the parish church of Wigton, aged 82.
On Wednesday the 22d ult., Mr. Thos. PEASCOD, of Stonerays, formerly of White Quey Inn, aged 79- highly respected by a numerous acquaintance.
At Greystoke, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, yeoman, aged 39.
At Flimby, on the 28th ult., Mr. Hugh WELSH, aged 22. He was a young man of great promise.
At Brigham, on the 25th ult., in the 43d year of her age, Mary, wife of Mr. Thomas HALL, of that place, one of the Society of Friends.
At Cockermouth, on the 18th ult., Mrs. Mary STEPHENSON, aged 62.
At Maryport, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Dorothy PARROT, widow, aged 75 years; on the 25th, Mr. Henry RUDHAM, aged 34.
At Workington, on Tuesday week, Mrs. THOMPSON, relict of Jeremiah THOMPSON, Esq., in the 82nd year of her age.
Same place on the 20th ult., Sarah, wife of Mr. Cuthbert HALL, aged 61; on 22d ult., Mrs. Frances RICHARDSON, widow, aged 75; on the 24th, inst., Mr. Ralph WARD, aged 37.
At Hoadyoad House, on Saturday last, awfully sudden, Harriet, wife of Mr. John BOWMAN, aged 26 years. The deceased was quite well, and had just been suckling her infant, when, in a moment, she was hurried from life into death.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Mary MESSENGER, widow, aged 89 years; Ann LENNOX, aged 23.
At Chapelcross, near Annan, on the 10th ult., Mary Thomson, relict of the late Thomas DICKSON, Esq., of Chapelcross, much respected.
At Skinburness, on the 21st ult., aged 64, after a protracted and painful illness, Mrs. Mary GOWAN, for several years teacher of the Sunday school. The zeal she displayed in instilling into the minds of youth a knowledge of God, had endeared her to numerous friends, who deeply deplore her loss.
Lately, at Duffrin, near Fishguard, aged 96 years, Captain J. MORGAN, R. N. This veteran was wounded at the battle of the Nile, while standing by the side of Admiral NELSON.
At Banbury, aged 86, Mr. John STOCKTON. He was twice married; had eleven children by his first wife, and 15 by his second. He has left two sisters older than himself-the elder of them had her coffin made many years ago, which she now uses as a corner cupboard!