The Genealogist - UK census, BMDs and more online

Saturday 05 May 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Births.

 

Yesterday, in Lowther Street, Mrs. ELLIOT, of a son.

 

On the 23rd ult., the wife of Mr. Thomas DUNN, of High Bridge, near Raughton Head, of three daughters, all of whom are since dead.

 

In Lowther Street, Whitehaven, on the 24th ult, the Lady of Williamson PEILE, Esq., of a son.

 

Marriages.

 

On the 25th ult., by the Rev. R. HUNTER, at the Old Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher Street, Mr. William FORRESTER, of Crosby Street, to Jane, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas ARMSTRONG, of the Scotch Gate.

 

On the 21st ultimo, at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, by the Rev. G. GILBERT, Mr. T. SMITH, stationer, &c., to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Lancelot BROWN, of this city.

 

At the Friends Meeting House, Beck Foot, on the 26th ult., John SAUL, painter, &c., to Catherine WILLIAMSON, both of Wigton.

 

At Alston, on the 19th ult., Mr. Joseph FEATHERSTONE, Pry Hill, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas BURN, innkeeper, Alston; on the 26th, Thomas, fourth son of Mr. Wm. WALTON, of Blaygill, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mrs. Margaret ARMSTRONG, of the Brown Cow Inn, Alston.

 

At Prestbury, on Tuesday week, Mr. Richard ALLINSON, of Liverpool, broker, late of Whitehaven, to Sophia Anne, youngest daughter of Thomas BECK, Esq., of Upton Priory, Macclesfield.

 

At Whitehaven, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. William RAY, miner, to Miss Catherine BARR.

 

At Whicham, on Saturday last, by the Rev. J. BRAGG, Mr. Thomas WALTON, of Whicham Hall, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. W. WALKER, of Sylecroft.

 

At Cliburn Westmorland, on Saturday last, Mr. J. ROBSON, shoemaker, to Miss ROBERTSHAW, his housekeeper.

 

At Kendal, on Monday week, Mr. William HALL, formerly wool-stapler, to Miss Rachael WHARTON.

 

At Newcastle, on the 21st ult., Mr. Thomas IRWIN, of East Baldon, farmer, to Mary, only daughter of Mr. Wm. FINLAYSON, of Edington, near Morpeth.

 

Lately, at the Holy Trinity Church, a couple, whose united ages amount to 140 years. After the ceremony, the bride, whose appearance bespoke very feeble health, as well as advanced years, informed the vicar that he had married her 20 years ago. "Indeed!" replied the vicar. "Yes," rejoined the old dame, "and, what is more remarkable, it was to the same man." It appeared that when she was about forty years of age she was deserted by her husband, and ten years afterwards, not having heard anything of him, married her present spouse, by whom she had several children; after which she heard of her first husband being still alive, and broke off her connection with the second; eventually she received information of the death of her first husband, and returned to the society of him whom she had married when she only supposed herself a widow, and they had since continued to live together; but not being satisfied as to the legality of their union, they had at length resolved to be again united by due course of law.—More recently, at another church in this town, a youthful couple appeared at the hymeneal altar, and during the reading of the service, on the bridegroom producing the ring, the bride expectant was found to be in a profound sleep.—Hull Advertiser.

 Saturday 05 May 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Deaths.

 

On Friday, the 27th ult., Frederick and George Boucher, the infant sons of George DIXON, Esq., Abbey Street.

 

On the 30th ult., Martha, the wife of Mr. George BLACKLOCK, painter, after a lingering illness,—much respected.

 

In Annetwell Street, Mary CLARK, aged 32 years.

 

In Duke Street, Ellen VALLERY, aged 65 years.

 

At the Irish Damside, John FISHER, aged 67 years.

 

In Lawson's Yard, William WOOD, aged 56 years.

 

In Caldewgate Workouse, Mary PAYNE, aged 76 years.

 

At Longtown, on Thursday week, Jane MURRAH, widow, aged 88 years; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. George HARKNESS, aged 78 years.

 

At Alstonby, in Kirklinton, on Sunday last, Mr. Joseph FAULDER, aged 103 years.

 

At Penrith, on the 19th ult., William Johnstone, son of Mr. BURTHWICK, druggist; 29th, Mr. Nicholas ROUTLEDGE, dyer, aged 46 years; Mr. Joseph NANSON, hatter, aged 34 years; 3rd instant, Elizabeth SCOTT, widow, aged 87 years.

 

At Skirsgill, near Penrith, on the 29th ult., in the 86th year of his age, Hugh PARKIN, Esq., one of her Majesty's Deputy Lieutenants for the County. He served the office of High Sheriff in the year 1797, and was on the Commission of the Peace.

 

At Angerton, in the parish of Holme Cultram, on the 14th ult., Mr. John PATTINSON, aged 44 years,—much respected.

 

At Cockermouth, on the 22nd ult., Mrs. Mary FORSTER, aged 71 years; on Wednesday week, Mr. John LOWTHER, schoolmaster, aged 41 years; and on Friday, Margaret, wife of Mr. John MIREHOUSE, hatter, aged 42 years.

 

At Robin Hood, in Bassenthwaite, on the 10th ult., Mr. W. TOWERS, aged 55 years.

 

At Millstone Moor House, on the 18th ult., Hannah, wife of Mr. James CARR, aged 56 years,—much and deservedly respected.

 

At Wythop, on Friday week, Mrs. Mary STAMPER, at the great age of 83 years, mother of Mr. George STAMPER, of Millbeck, near Keswick.

 

At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Mary LIDDELL, a maiden lady, aged 76 years; Miss Jane PEARSON, aged 21 years; Mrs. SPEAR, aged 67 years; and Mr. Henry IRWIN, painter, aged 57 years.

 

At Hinningside, in the parish of Gosforth, on Thursday week, Mr. John WILSON, landlord of the Wellington inn, aged 52 years, late of Ennerdale Bridge.

 

At Maryport, on Thursday week, Mr. William TAYLOR, mariner, son of the late Mr. Jonathan TAYLOR, aged 32 years.

 

At Ellenborough, near Maryport, on Saturday, Mr. John TINNION, in the 29th year of his age.

 

At Dearham, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Eleanor COULTHARD, at the advanced age of 93; same day and place, Mr. James JOHNSON, aged 70.

 

On Friday, in Mulberry Street, Liverpool, of tyhus fever, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thompson IRWIN, Egremont, and formerly of St. Bees, aged 15 years.

 

At Row House, in the parish of Castlesowerby, on Sunday last, Anne, daughter of Mr. Edmund WALLAS, of that place, aged 22 years.

 

At Egremont, on Monday, the Rev. Samuel M'CLELLAN, aged 79 years. The deceased was a gentleman of considerable literary attainments.

 

At Ipswich, on the 22nd ult., the Rev. Isaac KITCHIN, rector of St. Stephen's, in that city, and formerly curate of Haile, in this county, in the 48th year of his age.

 

At Bongate, Appleby, lately, Mary, the wife of Mr. Robert LAMB, joiner, aged 43 years.

 

At Stone Riggs, near Appleby, lately, Mr. Christopher ALDERSON, aged 73 years.

 

At Murton, lately, John, the son of Mr. Stephen SLEE, joiner, aged 24 years.

 

At Longmarton, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph PEARSON, clogger, advanced in years.

 

At Hawkrigg, on the 25th ult., Mr. Richard ATKINSON, yeoman, aged 40 years.

 

At Lowgill, near Brough, on the 25th ult., at the house of his father, Mr. Harrison BIRD, of Windmoor End, Stainmoor, aged 30 years.

 

At Brough, lately, Mr. Adam DEVIS, many years bailiff to the Earl of Thanet, advanced in years.

 

At Newcastle, lately, aged 86, Mary, widow of Mr. William BELL; Dorothy, wife of John BULMAN, Esq., aged 88; Mrs. Margaret BENNETT, publican, aged 62; Dorothy, wife of Mr. Ralph BAINBRIDGE, currier, aged 72; Miss Barbara NELSON, aged 39; Mr. John OYSTON, aged 41 years.

 

At Ryde, in the Isle of Wight, on the 20th ult., aged 34, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Alex. BROWN, grocer and currier, of Newcastle.

 

On Wednesday week, aged 36, Mr. William SLATER, solicitor, York. The deceased had for many years taken an active part as honorary secretary of the Mechanics' Institute at York, and had been chosen as delegate to attend the meeting of the West Riding Union of Mechanics' Institutes, which office he satisfactorily filled last year.