Saturday 19 May 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




In the Crescent, on Tuesday last, Mrs. BARTON, of a daughter. Same day, in Botchergate, Mrs. SCARROW, of a daughter.




At the Register Office, Caldewgate, Mr. William FERGUSON, of Penrith, to Sarah HARRISON, of Blackfriars Street, in this city.


On the 28th of April, at Walton, by the Rev. Mr. TOPPING, Richard WARWICK, Esq., of Carleton, to Mary, daughter of Lowry CALVERT, Esq., of Sandysike, and relict of the late John CARRICK, Esq., solicitor, Brampton.


At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. J. PEARSON, of the parish of Haltwhistle, to Miss Jane CLAN [sic – CLANK according to FreeBMD, CLANN acording to IGI].


At Cockermouth, on the 13th inst., James COOPER, weaver, to Sarah Ann M'NEIL.


At Bridekirk, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. H. A. HANEY, Mr. G. BUNTON, of Tallentire, to Miss Dinah BARNES, of the same place.


At Dearham, on the 6th instant, Mr. John PEAK, of Maryport, to Miss Elizabeth WILSON, of Glasson, near Maryport.


At Workington, since our last, Mr. James ARMSTRONG, blacksmith, to Miss Jane FRAZER; Mr. Daniel REYNOLDS, husbandman, to Miss Ann HAYES.


At Liverpool, on the 3rd instant, George, third son of the late Robert WARRY, Esq., Yeovil, Somersetshire, to Sarah, widow of the late Captain THOMPSON, of Workington.


At Ponsonby, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. John MESSENGER, B.A., Mr. John PORTER, of Calder Hall, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. John MOSSOP, of Church House.


At Bootle, on the 7th instant, by the Rev. A. SCOTT, Mr. John WHINNERAY, grocer, Saint Bees, to Mrs. Hannah SELKIRK, of Hill, near Bootle.


At Liverpool, on Tuesday week, Mr. John BANKS, mate of the Martha, of Whitehaven, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Thomas KENDAL, innkeeper, Whitehaven.


At Newcastle, on the 7th instant, Mr. George SIMPSON, blacksmith, to Mrs. Eliz. STOKER—6th, Mr. Thomas ATKINSON, bricklayer, to Miss Mary ALLEN—3rd, Mr. Henry BURN, engine-wright, to Miss Ann OLIVER.


At Gateshead, on the 10th instant, the Rev. Rayson MANDELL, incumbent of Ridgwell, Essex, late of Newcastle and Gateshead Fell, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Thos. TRAIN, agent, of New Greenwich, Gateshead.

 Saturday 19 May 1838   (p. 3, col. 6-7)




On Thursday evening, at his house in Abbey Street, in his 79th year, George Stephenson MOUNSEY, Esq., of Gilsland, one of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for this county, and formerly Major of the Honourable East India Company's 5th Regiment or Bengal Native Cavalry.


At Spittal Lodge, near this city, on the 15th instant, James Rait HALL, Esq., aged 62 years,—highly esteemed during a long residence in this neighbourhood.


In Scotch Street, lately, Thomas ARMSTRONG, aged 45 years.


In Union Court, Scotch Street, Martha IVISON, aged 26 years.


In the House of Recovery, lately, Jane HEWITSON, aged 45 years; same place, Frances STORY, aged 36 years.


In East Tower Street, since our last, John COWAN, aged 67 years.


In St. Mary's workhouse, on the 17th instant, Isabella WATSON, aged 44 years.


At Cummersdale Mill, latlely [sic], Mr. Christopher TAYLOR, aged 77 years.


On Thursday morning, in Glasgow, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. CALDER, guard of the Glasgow mail, aged 30 years; highly respected.


At Brampton, on the 10th instant, at the Grapes Inn, Mr. John BELL, late of Farlam, aged 71; also, on the 17th, Mary, widow of the late Mr. James LAWRENCE, mason, aged 51 years.


On the 15th instant, at his uncle's residence at Allenheads, Northumberland, Joseph, son of Mr. John WALTON, of Ivegill, in this county, aged 10 years.


At Penrith, on the 14th instant, Miss Jane RAILTON, aged 37 years.


At Temple Sowerby, on the 14th inst., Ann MOSS, aged 90 years, highly respected.


At Keswick, on Thursday week, Isaac, son of Mr. Isaac OAK, shoemaker, aged 32 years.


At Cockermouth, on the 12th instant, Mr. Joseph POTTS, head waiter at the Globe Inn, aged 39 years.


At Gilcrux, near Cockermouth, on the 9th inst., Mary, the relict of John WILLIS, aged 81 years,—greatly respected and beloved by her friends and surrounding neighbours.


At Workington, since our last, Mr. Peter JACKSON, aged 75; and Mrs. Catherine WOODBURN, aged 62 years.


At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, aged 27 years, Ann, wife of Mr. Joseph HELLIWELL, pastor of the Congregational church, after a long and painful illness; same day, very suddenly, Mr. William TODHUNTER, stone-mason, aged 51 years.


On the 23rd January last, on his passage from Whitehaven to Toulon, perished with all his crew, Capt. Jas. Chas. WHITE, of the brig Brothers, aged 24, eldest son of Captain Jas. WHITE, of Liverpool.


On the 13th of February last, on board the Standard, PEILE, on her passage from Demerara to Calcutta, William TURNER, aged 15 years, only son of the late Mr. W. TURNER, of Whitehaven.


At Kendal, on the 9th instant, Margaret, wife of Mr. Henry HORNE, upholsterer, aged 32 years.


At Newcastle, on the 9th instant, Mrs. Eliz. HARTBOTTLE, relict of the late Mr. Wm. HARTBOTTLE, spirit merchant—1st inst., Miss M. FRANKS, victualler, aged 57—9th, Mr. Francis THOMAS, saddler, aged 62—10th, Mr. Edward BELL, corn merchant, in his 86th year.


On the 12th inst., in his 20th year, Mr. Johnson MORRIS, butcher, Birtley.


At North Shields, on the 7th instant, aged 46 years, Mr. F. SLATER, mariner; and, aged 57 years, Mr. Joel VENTEMAN, joiner.


At Statham, New Hampshire, aged 99, the venerable Paine WAINGATE. He was a senator of the first congress, and probably tbe last survivor of that body. His wife, a sister of the Hon. Timothy BICKERING, survives him, at the age of 95.