Saturday 24 Feb 1838   (p. 3, col. 7-8)




At St. Mary’s, on the 22nd instant, Mr. John BELL, of Whitrigg House, in the parish of Crosby-on-Eden, to Miss Elizabeth GRAHAM, late of Blackwell Wood.


At Penrith, on the 21st instant, Mr. Thomas BOWER, furrier, to Miss Elizabeth KELLET.


At Newcastle-under-Line, on the 21st instant, by the Rev. J. PORTER, M.A., Mr. Richard BEATY, tea-dealer, son of Mr. John BEATY, Moss-side, to Miss Jane ARMSTRONG, daughter of Mr. ARMSTRONG, Sand-bed, of the parish of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, in this county.




In Old Grapes Lane, on Tuesday last, Miss Hannah ALLISON, second daughter of the late Mr. Edward ALLISON, of this city, aged 19 years.


In Willow Holm, on the 16th instant, Dorothy DAVIDSON, aged 67 years.


In Scotch Street, on the 10th instant, John GILL, aged 9 years.


In Duke Street, on the 21st instant, Marga[ret                  , aged] 60 years.


In Drover Lane, on the 21st instant, Nicholas LANAG[HAN,] aged 62 years.


In East Tower Street, on the 10th instant, Luke TRACY, aged 85 years.


In London Road, on Monday last, Mr. Isaac IRVING, aged 70 years.


In Sowerby Street, Botchergate, on Thursday last, Mr. Patrick CURRAN, aged 65 years.


In the House of Recovery, lately, Jane SCOTT, aged 48 years.


At Denton Hill, on the 21st instant, Mary PARKER, aged 59 years.


At Cummersdale, lately, Jane PELL, aged 74 years.


At Warwick, on Monday last, Mr. Edward SCOTT, advanced in years,—much respected.


At Closehouse, on the 17th instant, Miss Martha CULLEN, aged 40 years,—much respected by all her friends.


At Oulton, in the parish of Wigton, on the 15th instant, Mrs. Dorothy SANDERSON, aged 82 years.


At Caldbeck, on Wednesday, the 14th instant, Mr. Ellwood WILSON, grocer, &c., aged 55 years,—much respected. E. W. has been 25 years in business there, and is one of the ancient family of ELLWOODs, of Wharton House, Castle Sowerby.


On the 1st instant, after a short illness, Mr. Thomas DUNN, officer of excise, Holme, Manchester, a native of Longnewton, Abbey Holme, in this county, aged 58 years.


At Blencogo, on the 10th instant, Mr. Richard IRVING, thatcher, advanced in years.


At Wheyrigg, on the 12th instant, Miss D. GILL, advanced in years.


At Greystoke, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Adam SMILLIE, master of workhouse, aged 84 years.


At Culgaith, near Penrith, on the 21st instant, Mr. John OGLETHORP, aged 54 years.


At Penrith, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth ATKINSON, widow, aged 61 years; 18th, Mary, wife of Mr. Caton STORY, aged 70 years; same day, Ann, wife of Mr. Isaac GARDNER, aged 38 years.


At Appleby, Jane, wife of Mr. John BRIGGS, bookseller, aged 27 years.

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*** We have been requested to contradict the marriage of Mr. Thomas BELL, land surveyor, of Haltwhistle, to Miss Ann PARKINS, of Carmbridge, in this county, stated in our last to have taken place, at Gretna, on the 13th instant.


At Dalston, on the 13th instant, Mr. Edward YOUNG, of Cumdivock, to Mrs. HOPE, innkeeper.


At the Registrar's Office, Cockermouth, on Monday week, Mr. Thomas SHOTTON, to Rebecca MORRISON, both of Cockermouth; and on Saturday last, Mr. James TYSON, to Mary Ann WILLIAMSON, both of Wythop.


At Whitehaven, on Saturday, by the Rev. Dr. HUDLESTON, Mr. Thomas FLANAGAN, mariner, to Miss Sarah BIRKETT; on Sunday, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. John BENSON, joiner, to Miss Jane LAIDLOW.


At St. Bees, on Saturday, by the Rev. W. AINGER, D.D., Mr. J. S. PATTERSON, of Whitehaven, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. George MAWSON, of Sandwith.




At Armathwaite Castle, on the 17th instant, after three weeks of severe suffering, which he bore with christian fortitude and resignation, highly and deservedly respected, in the 52nd year of his age, the Rev. John RAPER HUNTON, M.A., formerly of Clare Hall, Cambridge; domestic chaplain to the Countess Dowager PAULET; and for many years Incumbent of Armathwaite Chnpel.


At Bassenthwaite Hawse, near Keswick, on Friday, of typhus fever, Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. John COWX, innkeeper at that place, in the 19th year of her age.


At Great Crosthwaite, near Keswick, on Friday week, at the advanced age of 82 years, Mr. Thomas BOWE, who for many years was a faithful servant to James STANGER, Esq., of Dove Cote.


At Cockermouth, on Tuesday, Mrs. Margaret HARTLEY, aged 72, relict of the late Mr. Robert HARTLEY, wool comber and market overlooker; same day, Mr. John Maxwell CROMEY [Isaac Maxwell CROMY according to FreeBMD], hawker, aged 71; on Wednesday, Mr. William THOMPSON, joiner, in the 91st year of his age, much respected; same day, Mr. James TREMBLE, flour dealer, aged 58, much and deservedly respected.


At Maryport, on the 15th, Ann FEATHERSTON, a member of the Society of Friends, at the advanced age of 90.


At Workington, on the 14th instant, deeply lamented, and after a few day's illness, Mr. Robert P. CARLISLE, aged 27 years; on the 16th, Mary, wife of Mr. George LISTER, auctioneer, aged 62 years.


At Little Clifton, on the 11th instant, Mr. Henry FLETCHER, aged 55 years.


At High Harrington, on the 15th instant, Mrs. Deborah CROSTHWAITE, maiden lady, aged 77 years.


At Whitehaven, since our last, at the great age of 87 years, Mr. Thomes LEE; Mrs. Margaret HARRISON, innkeeper, aged 78 years.


At Drigg, on the 12th instant, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. William BATEMAN, aged 59 years.


At Egremont, on Thursday week, Mr. William RENNEY, stone mason, aged 77 years; same day, Mr. Robert EILBECK, joiner, aged 63 years.


At Lowmill, near Egremont, on Tuesday week, Ann, wife of John BANKS, sail cloth weaver, aged 53 years.


At Whitehaven, on Friday week, Mr. Philip ROBERTS, ship carpenter, aged 21 years.


On the 31 st December last, on board the Hero, Capt. SMALLWOOD, on his passage from Sincapore to London, Mr. Anthony RODGER, second mate, and eldest son of Mr. Joseph RODGER, flour dealer, Egremont, aged 21 years. The deceased died of dysentery.


At Sandford, near Appleby, on the 15th instant, John HAMILTON, Esq., of Sanford and Robinson House, Cumberland, aged 62 years.