Saturday 03 Jun 1837   (p. 3, col. 6)
 
Birth.
 
At Lightburne House, Ulverston, on the 17th ult., the lady of William GALE, Esq., of a daughter.
 
Marriages.
 
At St. Mary's Church, since our last, Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, to Miss Jane CARRUTHERS; Mr. George SCOTT, to Miss Sarah GOULDING.
 
At St. Cuthbert's Church, since our last, Mr. Alexander LOCKHARD, to Miss Sarah BROWN; Mr. Robert HEMMINGS, to Miss Jane HEWITT.
 
At Annan Hill, on the 26th ult., Mr. Thomas KIRKBY, to Miss Mary SIMPSON, both of Cross Canonby.
 
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday, Mr. Jonathan HUTCHINSON, sawyer, to Miss Ann SWAINSON.
 
At Crosthwaite church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. James HENDERSON, of Swinside, to Miss Ann RICHARDSON, of Portinscale, near Keswick.
 
At Newcastle, since our last, Mr. William WILKINSON, to Miss Eleanor HALL; Mr. William OLIVER, to Miss Margaret GORDON; Mr. Daniel REED, to Miss Mary SMITH; Robert SCHOFIELD, Esq., of Rochdale, to Jane, daughter of John FENWICK, Esq., of Newcastle.
 
At Gateshead Fell, on the 24th ult., Mr. James BOWMAKER, of the firm of N. F. BOWMAKER and Son, Grainger Street, to Esther, third daughter of the late Mr. John WAILES, founder, of Newcastle.
 
At Chester-le-street, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. George BOWNAS, Edward SMITH, Esq., of Lumley Thicks, to Anne Sophia, second daughter of J. P. KIDSON, Esq., solicitor, of Bishopwearmouth.
 
At Manchester, on the 17th ult., Mr. FRAZER, of Leeds, to Isabella, daughter of the late Capt. John WALLACE, of the Union, of Whitehaven.
 
On Tuesday week, at Lancaster, by the Rev. J. MANBY, vicar, John MARR, Esq., of Wray, to Mary, only daughter of the late Francis SIMPSON, Esq., of Lancaster.
 


Saturday 03 Jun 1837   (p. 3, col. 6)
 
Deaths.
 
At Irish Gate, on the 31st ult., Mrs. Mary HENDERSON, aged 86 years.
 
In East Tower-street, on the 31st ult., Mr. William BRUCE, aged 40 years.
 
At Irish Damside, on the 1st June, Mr. George ELLIOT, aged 50 years.
 
At St. Cuthbert's Church, since our last, Mr. William LONG, Kendal, late of Carlisle, aged 29 years.
 
At Rockliff, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas WILKING, aged 16.
 
At Penrith, since our last, Mr. James BLAIKLOCK, aged 52; Mary, wife of Mr. John AKITT, cabinet maker, aged 29; Ann BARNABY, Sandgate, aged 45 years; Sarah, wife of John DALTON, aged 78 years.
 
At Keswick, on Sunday last, Dinah, wife of Mr. Benjamin WILSON, shoemaker.
 
At Cockermouth, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. Mary BELL, aged 63 years; much and deservedly respected during her residence in that town.
 
At Cockermouth, since our last, Mr. Anthony SIMPSON, youngest son of Mrs. SIMPSON, one of the Society of Friends, aged 24 years, deeply lamented by his relatives and friends; Ann, wife of William BUNTING, weaver, aged 51 years; Joseph WILKINSON, weaver, aged 27 years.
 
At Tunstall, in Staffordshire, on the 25th ult., aged 79, Mr. Randle WILKINSON, father of Mr. WILKINSON, of the Whitehaven Pottery.
 
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mary CLARKE, widow, aged 62; Mr. William HODGSON, aged 61; Mrs. Mary IRVEN, widow, aged 67; Mr. Jonathan DICKINSON, aged 76 years.
 
At Egremont, on Thursday week, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph ROBERTSON, youngest son of the late Mr. Robert ROBERTSON, formerly of Wilton, near Egremont, aged 68 years.
 
At Carleton, near Egremont, on Thursday week, Mr. William SHAW, aged 66 years, highly and deservedly respected.
 
At Broughton Bridge Cottage, on the 27th ult., of inflammation of the bowels, succeeded by typhus fever, Mary Ann, second daughter of the late Mr. WHINNEY, of that place, aged 20 years.
 
At Muncaster House, in Loweswater, on the 28th of April, Mary, the wife of Mr. Henry MUNCASTER, aged 56 years; much respected.
 
At Pallas How, in Brackenthwaite, on the 12th ult., after only four days illness, Mr. Joseph FISHER, aged 35 years; much esteemed.
 
At Hexham, on the 20th ult., Mr. STOBART, in the 75th year of his age; much respected. For fifty seven years a member of the Wesleyan Methodist's Society in that place, fifty three of which he acted as a local preacher; he also filled with great credit to himself and equal benefit to that denomination of christians, the several offices of class leader, society and circuit steward, and his departure will be severely felt and sincerely lamented, he being generally looked up to as the father of Methodism in that neighbourhood, having co-operated with and entertained at his house the Rev. John WESLEY, on his first visit to Hexham, and since that period continued the liberal supporter of Methodism when there were few persons of influence to give it their countenance. Method, punctuality, industry, and strict integrity, were his most striking characteristics. In business he had acquired a handsome competency, and was always ready to promote and forward every laudable object. His end was peace.
 
At Newcastle, on the 25th ult., at the Lunatic Asylum, Mr. George Meggison STEVENSON, upholsterer, aged 37 years; much respected.
 
At Gateshead, on the 25th ult., Harriet, wife of Mr. George SMITH, mate of the Elizabeth, of Shields, aged 33 years.
 
At North Shields, on the 18th ult., Mr John BURTON, master of the Ben Lomond steam packet, aged 34 years. On the 19th ult., Mr. Francis FORTUNE, shipwright, aged 80. On the 20th ult., Mr. George Macgregor NICHOLSON, master mariner, aged 37 years.
 
At the Black Bull Inn, Lockerbie, on the 24th ult., Mr. Wm. SMITH, aged 84 years.
 
At Manchester, on Friday week, Robert JOHNSTONE, baker, a native of Dumfries, aged 21; much and deservedly regretted by his friends and acquaintances.
 
At Clithero, Lancashire, on the 30th ult., Mr John BELL, formerly of Calvert's Holme, Dumfriesshire, advanced in years; much respected.
 
At Corbridge, on the 23rd ult., Mr. Wm. SHIPLEY, aged 30; much respected.
 
At Hackney, near London, on the 10th ult., the Rev. Romaine HERVEY, M.A., brother of the Rev. Humphrey Archer HERVEY, vicar of Bridekirk, near Cockermouth.
 
At Dieppe, on the 19th April, Lieutenant Daniel HARRINGTON, royal navy, an old follower of Lord NELSON, in whose ship he served at the battle of Trafalgar. He was the officer who, for six hours, was in the shrouds of the Victory, after the battle, endeavouring to secure the topmast, at the imminent risk of his life, and which was at last happily effected.
 
MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.—At Gretna, on Friday morning week, Mr. Edward CONROY, eldest son of John CONROY, of the Royal Household, to the amiable and and accomplished lady, Alicia PARSONS, daughter of the Earl of Rosse. The parties are at present sojourning at Carlisle.