Saturday 30 Jun 1838 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Limekilns, near Annan, on the 25th instant, Mrs. THOMSON, of a son.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 28th instant, Mr. Peter TURNER, to Miss Mary HARRIS.
At Burgh-by-Sands, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Richard BURN, rector of Beaumont, Mr. Joseph BORROWDAILE, Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, to Miss Mary LAWSON, of the same place.
At Alston, on the 16th instant, Mr. John STEPHENSON, of Thurstones, Tynehead, to Miss Ann GILL, of Garrigill.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Wm., youngest son of Mr. John BOWE, waller, Keswick, to Miss Rebecca CROSTHWAITE, of the same place.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Benjamin MARTIN, miller, to Miss Mary BELL, of the Brown Cow inn; at the Registar Office, same day, Mr. James FURNESS, husbandman, to Frances MARTIN, of Cockermouth.
At Dearham, on the 16th instant, Mr. James SANDAM, to Miss Elizabeth TELFORD.
At Workington, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Henry CURWEN, M.A., William DAVIS, Esq., of Dublin, solicitor, to Jane, daughter of William PEILE, Esq., of Harrington; 18th instant, Mr. William IRWIN, miner, to Miss Mary THOMPSON.
At Arkleby, on the 21st inst., Mr. John GRAINGER, of Southfield, to Miss Mary JACKSON, of Arkleby.
At Flimby, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. W. MAWSON, Mr. John SCOTT, of the parish of Bridekirk, to Miss Mary WELSH, of the parish of Flimby.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. J. JENKINS, Mr. Thomas BELL, ship carpenter, to Miss Mary LOWE; same place, on Monday last, Mr. Patrick MARTIN, labourer, to Miss Mary MURPHY; on Wednesday week, Mr. William HEATON, private in the 60th Rifles, to Miss Ann SAMPSON.
At Cartmel, on Saturday last, by the Rev. Henry THOMPSON, Mr. George COX, watchmaker and jeweller, of Whitehaven, to Betsy, youngest daughter of the late John FIELD, Esq., of the former place.
At St. Bees, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Mr. CLARKE, Capt. HELLON, of the Shannon, of Whitehaven, to Miss SMITH, only daughter of Mr. SMITH, of Singleton House.
At St. John's, Beckermet, on Saturday, by the Rev. Mr. SMYTHE, Mr. George STEELE, to Miss Hannah PATTINSON; same place, on Monday last, by the Rev. William BRAITHWAITE, B.A., incumbent of Holland Fen, Lincolnshire, Mr. Russell ATKINSON, of Braystones, to Miss Elizabeth FELL, of Beckermet.
At Templesowerby, on Saturday last, Mr. Thomas RICHARDSON, stone mason, to Miss BRUNSKILL.
At Hexham, on the 18th instant, the Rev. John LOCKHART, minister of the Scotch Church, Newcastle, to Jane Ann, only daughter of Mr. David KING, Prospect House, Hexham; same place, Mr. Joseph SAINT, of Lambshield Fulling Mill, to Miss Alice PRATT, of Sunnyside.
Saturday 30 Jun 1838 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
In Scotch Street, on Friday, Mr. James GILKERSON, spirit merchant, aged 56 years.
In Abbey Street, on the 22nd instant, Mr. Robert ATKINSON, aged 72 years.
In Rickergate, since our last, Mrs. Margaret GOODFELLOW, aged 66 years.
In Caldcoats, lately, Mary BULMAN, aged 24 years.
In Water Street, lately, Mrs. Mary POOLE, aged 73 years.
In Union Street, Mr. John SEWELL, aged 30 years.
At Todhills, in the parish of Rockliffe, lately, Mrs. Jane FORSTER, aged 91 years.
At Moat, Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, on Saturday last, Elizabeth WILSON, widow, aged 76 years.
At Longtown, on Sunday last, James, son of the late Geo. ANDERSON, game keeper to Sir James GRAHAM, aged 7 years.
At Annan, on Sunday last, Mr. John HOLLIDAY, inn-keeper, aged 48 years.
At Greystoke, on the 12th instant, Mr. Thomas GRAVES, shoemaker, aged 68 years,—much respected by an extensive circle of acquaintances.
At Penrith, on the 25th instant, Mr. William OUSBY, sawyer, aged 50 years; same place, on the 27th, Mrs. Mary CORKIN, widow, aged 46 years.
At Keswick, on Monday week, Mr. James GRAVES, aged 20 years; same place, on Monday last, Betsy, the wife of Mr. John HAISE [sic – Elizabeth HAYES according to FreeBMD], coach driver.
At Thornthwaite, near Keswick, on Tuesday week, George STAMPER, aged 16 years.
At Cockermouth, on Sunday last, Mrs. Elizabeth WOODMAN, aged 65 years.
At Allonby, on Sunday week, Mr. Robert JOHNSON, wine and spirit merchant, in the prime of life.
At Sea, on board the Rival, outward bound to Nassau, on the 26th April, Capt. John BROWN, of Maryport, aged 32 years.
At Distington, on Sunday morning, Mrs. Martha FEARON, of that place, aged 78 years.
Lately, at Mains Gate, in the parish of Irton, greatly respected, after an illness of six years, which she bore with patience and resignation, Mary, daughter of Mr. Robert BRAITHWAITE, joiner, aged 24 years. Soon after her illness commenced she nearly lost her speech, and continued in that state till within a week of her death; and for the last nine weeks she took no kind of food whatsoever. It is not a little singular, in the case of this young woman, that about three days before her death both her speech and appetite were restored.
On Sunday afternoon last, at Corkickle Place, Whitehaven, awfully sudden, Mr. John BROCKBANK, tobacconist, aged 40 years. Mr. B. had been indisposed for some weeks, but was considered convalescent, and had only reached home from attending to his usual business in the town, when he suddenly dropped down and immediately expired.
At Whitehaven, on Friday week, Mr. Matthew GRISDALE, in his 87th year; on Tuesday week, Mr. John FLETCHER, aged 74 years; on Friday week, Mr. James M'MICKAN, many years a master cartman in that town, aged 69 years; same day, Mr. David JACKSON, aged 59, several years one of the harbour boat men at that port; Mrs. Mary POOLE, aged 73 years.
At Great Sankey House, near Warrington, on the 14th inst., in the 62nd year of his age, Joseph SIM, Esq., one of the Society of Friends, and formerly of Whitehaven.
At Widon, near Haltwhistle, on the 19th inst., Miss Mary RICHMOND, only daughter of Mr. RICHMOND, master mariner, of North Shields. She had been at Haltwhistle with her mother on the previous day, to see the trains pass on the opening ot the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, and soon after took an illness which terminated her mortal career in a few hours. She was a lady highly respected and beloved by all who knew her.
At his residence, at Axwell Park, on the 20th instant, in the 77th year of his age, much esteemed and regretted, Charles John CLAVERING, Esq. He was senior magistrate of Northumberland, of which county he served the office of high sheriff in the year 1795; he also filled the office of high sheriff of the county of Durham for several years.
At Clifton, near Bristol, after a long and painful illness, aged 67, the Rev. Mark NICHOLSON, M.A., formerly fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and 26 years president of Codrington College, in the Island of Barbadoes, a native of the parish of Barton, Westmorland.