Saturday 10 Mar 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Births.

 

On the 5th inst., at Devonshire Terrace, Mrs. Joseph ALLISON, of a son.

 

Marriages.

 

At the Catholic Chapel, on Saturday last, Joseph ATKINSON, cotton-spinner, to Jane HAMILTON, both of Warwick Bridge.

 

At Penrith, on the 27th ult., Mr. Richard BIRREL, to Miss Rachael ABBOTT.

 

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. J. BELL, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. GRAVE, innkeeper, Keswick.

 

At the Parish Church, Workington, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Robert WILLAN, curate, James NOOWNEY, Esq., of Liverpool, to Esther, fourth daughter of the late Capt. W. DAVIDSON, at Workington.

 

At Whitehaven, lately, Mr. Francis GILLEAD, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth PATRICKSON, both of that town.

 

At Distington, on the 1st instant, Mr. Anthony DICKINSON, husbandman, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Miller IRVING, of West Croft.

 

On the 19th ultimo, at St. Peter’s Church, Liverpool, Mr. STANLEY, to Miss Jessie BLENKINSOPP, dress-maker, late of this city.

 

At Freshford, on Thursday week, the Right Hon. the Earl of Arran, to Elizabeth Marianne, daughter of Colonel William F. P. NAPIER, C.B.

 

At St. Thomas’s Church, Dublin, on Thursday week, Roger PALMER, Esq., of Carrowmore, county Mayo, to Catherine Elizabeth, daughter of the Hon. Frederick and Lady Eleanor CAVENDISH, niece to the late Lord Waterpark and the Earl of Arran.

 

A few days ago a couple were married at Rochdale parish church; both of them are upwards of 60 years of age. It is the third time the bride, and fourth time the bridegroom, have attended the hymenal altar.

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Deaths.

 

In St. Cuthbert’s Lane, on the 3rd instant, of a short but severe indisposition, Thomas, son of Mr. Robert CLARKE, aged 4 years.

 

In Ritson’s Lane, since our last, James HUNTER, aged 58 years; also, in the House of Recovery, Margaret, wife of the above, aged 44 years.

 

In Lowther Street, Mrs. Margaret LITTLE, aged 37 years.

 

In Finkle Street, William GLENDINNING, aged 31 years.

 

In Queen Street, Joseph ARMSTRONG, aged 5 years.

 

In Rickergate, Hannah BARNFATHER, aged 14 years.

 

In the Castle, lately, James THOMAS, a private in the 81st Regiment of Foot, aged 28 years.

 

In the House of Recovery, on Sunday last, Mrs. Barbara MURDOCK, aged 49 years.

 

At Newtown, since our last, Mrs. Hannah DAVIDSON, aged 42 years.

 

At Moorhouse Hall, on Saturday, the 3rd instant, Rober William, infant son of Mr. George HINDE.

 

At Brisco Village, on Wednesday last, Jacob, son of Mr. John RILEY, aged 11 years.

 

At Longtown, on Monday last, George WILKINSON, a young man in the prime of life.

 

At the House of his Uncle, in Fitzroy Square, London, on Sunday, the 4th instant, Henry W. HODGSON, Esq., aged 22 years, son of the late Josiah HODGSON, Esq., formerly of Burgh-on-Sands.

 

At Wigton, on the 25th ult., Joseph, son of Mr. M’MECHAN, aged three years; on the 2d instant, Mr. William GRAY, gardener, aged 58 years; on the 4th instant, at Wiza Bridge, near Wigton, Ann, wife of Mr. James BOWMAN, aged 63; Ann, daughter of Mr. William MILLER, aged eight years.

 

At Westnewton, on the 1st instant, John FORSYTH, slater, at the advanced age of 87 years. In the same village resides a patriarch of a still more reverend age, of the name of Alexander M’Corquindale, who was born in the parish of Canonby, on the very night in which “Charlie and his men” took up their quarters in his father’s domicile, in the ill fated forty-five. Old Saunders might have been seen all last summer breaking stones by the way-side.

 

At Aspatria, on the 2nd instant, Mrs. KENDAL, aged 61 years.

 

At Penrith, on the 4th instant, very suddenly, Mr. Joseph TAYLOR, tailor, aged 37 years; 6th, Mrs. Mary NICHOLSON, aged 85 years; same day, Mrs. Jane SEWELL, aged 69 years; 8th, Mr. John NOGG, grocer, aged 47 years.

 

At Silloth, Abbey Holme, in child bed, lately, Sarah, wife of Mr. John LITTLETON, aged 39; much regretted.

 

At Allonby, on the 4th instant, Captain Daniel BEEBY, aged 80 years,—one of the Society of Friends.

 

At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John DENT, joiner and cabinet maker, formerly of this city, aged 34 years; same day, Sarah, wife of Mr. William FRANCE, weaver, aged 46 years; and on Friday, Thomas, son of Mr. Hodgson MARSDEN, waller, aged 17 years.

 

At Maryport, on the 2nd instant, after only a few days illness, Mr. Jonathan DOUGLAS, in the 50th year of his age, many years the active assistant overseer of the parish of Crosscanonby.

 

At Workington, lately, Mr. Joseph JOHNSTON, ship carpenter, aged 40 years; Mr. James DAYKIN, butcher, aged 34 years; and Mr. Martin KERR, shoemaker, aged 26 years.

 

On Tuesday week, after a short illness, Mr. Isaac HOLLIDAY, eldest son of Mr. HOLLIDAY, of Calder Bridge, aged 25 years.

 

At Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mrs. Dorothy HAMILTON, aged 67 years, mother of Mr. HAMILTON, spirit merchant, and many years landlady of the Golden Bull Inn, in the market place of that town.

 

At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. FURNASS, wife of Mr. FURNASS, hat manufacturer, aged 83 years; Mrs. HENSHAW, organist, in her 38th year; Mr. Paul RUSSELL, tailor, aged 90 years; Mr. John CAMPBELL, aged 53 years; Stephen WATSON, aged 96 years; Jane, daughter of Mr. Nathaniel BARR, aged 19 years; Ann, wife of Mr. George CAMPBELL, aged 41 years; Mr. James CARNEY, aged 36 years; Mr. William ANDERSON, aged 24 years; and Mr. David ROSS, aged 62 years.

 

On Thursday, the 22nd ult., aged 81 years, Agnes, wife of Mr. John DIXON, Greenrow, Leeds. She had been married more than sixty years, and was mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother to seventy-two children.

 

On the 17th ult., the Dowager Lady CHATTERTON. She retired to rest, in her usual health, on Friday night, the 16th, having passed the evening of her family circle in her wonted spirits. At four o'clock on Saturday morning she complained of indisposition, and in an hour had departed.