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Saturday 27 Jan 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Birth.

 

At Moorhousc Hall, on Sunday last, Mrs. George HINDE, of a son.

 

Marriages.

 

At St Mary's on the 22nd instant, Mr. John THOMLINSON, to Miss Mary M'COURT, both of Caldcoats.

 

At St. Cuthbert's Church, on the 23rd instant, by the Rev. John FAWCETT, A.M., William REEVES, Esq., of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A., to Emma, third daughter of Thomas REEVES, Esq., of Lowther Street.

 

At Gretna Hall, on Saturday last, Mr. William FIRBY, of Kingmoor, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. William BULMAN, of the same place.

 

At Gretna Green, on Monday week, Mr. Samuel GAWITH, painter and glazier, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas HARRISON, tobacconist, all of Kendal.

 

At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mr. Joshua GARNER, to Miss Grace FOSTER.

 

At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. William RITSON, of Blearbank, to Miss Annas GRAHAM, of Mosser.

 

At Whitehaven, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Dr. HUDLESTON, Mr. Wm. GORDON, mariner, to Miss Dorothy LOCKHEAD.

 

At Gosforth, on Sunday week, by the Rev. F. F. PINDER, rector, Mr. W. H. MARSH, joiner, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John SINGLETON, blacksmith, both of that parish.

 

At Newcastle, on the 22nd inst., by the Rev. James PRINGLE, Mr. Thomas Henry DOUBLEDAY, son of Capt. Wm. DOUBLEDAY, to Miss Ann TROTTER.

 Saturday 27 Jan 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Deaths.

 

In Castle Street, on Saturday last, Mr. John PICKERING, pavier, aged 24 years.

 

In Finkle Street, since our last, Mr. Joseph POTTER, aged 64 years.

 

In Drover Lane, William QUEEN, aged 96 years; same place, Mary Ann ROBINSON, aged 15 years.

 

In Willow Holme, since our last, Mr. James BAGNALL, aged 79 years.

 

In Water Street, on Tuesday last, Mr. John HUAFF [HUFF according to FreeBMD], aged 55 years; same place, on Thursday last, Mr. John LATTIMER, aged 75 years.

 

In the House of Recovery, on Sunday last, Mrs. Isabella JACKSON, one of the nurses of that Institution, aged 27 years; same place, on Wednesday last, Mary, daughter of Mr. John STODDART, of Union Street, aged 14 years.

 

In Castle Street, on Monday last, after a long and severe illness which was borne with a degree of fortitude and christian resignation rarely equalled and seldom surpassed, Mr. John KIRKBRIDE, fish-hook and tackle maker, aged 40 years. The deceased was a meritorious man in every sense of the word; his industry and perseverance were of that unconquerable nature that he almost "ceased at once to labour and to live." The offspring of his handywork may be found in the possession of almost every angler either north or south of the Tweed. In the spring of last year, though suffering much, at the time, from weakness and continued ill-health, he made his appearance before the public as the author of a neat little volume, entitled "The Northern Angler, or Fly-fisher's Companion"—a work at once replete with useful and interesting information to the sportsman, and which will, no doubt, from its own merits alone, soon become the vade mecum of every honest angler.

 

At Crossgaps, Hesket, on the 21st inst., Elizabeth, widow of the late James KIRKBRIDE, of High Pow, aged 77 years.

 

At Wigton, on Sunday last, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. Robert LIGHTFOOT, surgeon, aged 35 years; and on Wednesday, Mrs. HODGSON, widow of the late Mr. Thomas HODGSON, brewer, advanced in years.

 

At Penrith, on the 20th inst., Mr. John PEARSON, aged 30 years; 21st, Mrs. Mary GARGARTH, aged 82 years; same day, Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas CARTMEL, aged 19 years; 22nd, Mrs. Jane MILLER, aged 95 years; 25th, Mary, wife of William GRAHAM, aged 35 years.

 

At Annan, on Saturday last, Mrs. AITCHISON, wife of Mr. William AITCHISON, carrier.

 

At Maryport, on the 21st instant, Miss ASBRIDGE, eldest daughter of the late Mr. P. C. ASBRIDGE, of that place, aged 24 years; same day, Mr. John TODD, aged 90 years.

 

At Workington, lately, Mr. George BELL, bread baker; Mrs. Jane SPARK, widow, aged 67 years; and Mrs. MERRILL, aged 29 years.

 

At Cockermouth, on Sunday week, suddenly, Miss HERVEY, sister to the Rev. H. A. HERVEY, of Bridekirk, aged 66 years; on the 15th instant, Joseph BAXTER, hatter, aged 65 years; on Tuesday week Mrs. Hannah GORLEY, aged 52 years; same day, Mr. John RITSON, shoemaker, aged 62 years; on Thursday, Hannah, wife of Mr. Thomas BEWLEY, hatter, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. Robert JACKSON, of the Huntsman inn, aged 27 years; and on Friday, Mr. Edward PARKINS, hatter, aged 65 years; also, same day, Mr. James M'DERMONT, labourer, aged 38 years.

 

At Harrington, on Sunday last, Mr. Joseph BARNS, blacksmith, aged 40 years.

 

At Keswick, on Sunday week, Mr. Thos. ATKINSON, formerly of the Dog and Gun inn, in that town, aged 55 years.

 

At Birket Mire, near Threlkeld, on Tuesday week, Mr. John MOUNSEY, yeoman, aged 82 years.

 

At Corkickle, near Whitehaven, very suddenly, Mrs. SIBSON, relict of the late Captain Abraham SIBSON, in an advanced age.

 

At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mr. John HAWKINS, carter, aged 32 years; at the workhouse, James ANDERSON, aged 81 years.

 

On Thursday week, in Brackenthwaite, in Whitehaven, at the great age of 107 years, Mrs. Elizabeth JEFFERSON, widow, but better known by the name of "Old Betty JEFFERSON." This venerable and highly respected female earned a livelihood, until within the last few years, by catching shell-fish amongst the rocks between that town and Parton. A few years ago, however, whilst the Countess of Lonsdale was in Whitehaven, she heard for the first time of the venerable dame, and immediately sought an interview, the result of which was a weekly allowance to the grateful and kind-hearted "old Betty," which not only rendered the toils of crab-fishing unnecessary, but made her comfortable and happy during the last few years of her earthly pilgrimage. "Old Betty" retained all her faculties in amazing perfection until the close of her protracted life.

 

At Mowbray, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Mary OSMOTHERLY, aged 98 years.

 

At Egremont, on Sunday, Mr. Joseph CAMERON, schoolmaster, aged 22 years.

 

At the Bush, near Haydon Bridge, on the 13th inst., aged 25 years, Mr. John ARMSTRONG.

 

At Morpeth, on the 17th instant, at an advanced age, Mrs. ORMROD.

 

At North Shields, on the 14th inst., Mr. James DODDS, shipwright, aged 41 years; 15th, Isabella, widow of Mr. Thomas HART, aged 70 years.

 

At Glasgow, on the 12th instant, Mr. John JAMES, eldest son of the late William JAMES, Esq., Round Thorn, Penrith.

 

At Monton, near Manchester, on the 19th instant, in child bed, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, tailor, formerly of this city.

 

In London, on the 20th instant, John James, son of the late John RICHARDSON, Esq., of Lowther, Westmorland, aged 29 years.

 

On October 8, at Sea, on board the Lord Wellington, of London, on his passage from Sierra Leone, Joseph, son of Mr. James PAGAN, of Workington, aged 17 years.

 

On his passage from Quebec, lately, aged 27 years, Joseph Taylor, eldest son of Mr. FOTHERGILL, of Wincomblee, near Walker.