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Saturday 15 Jun 1839   (p. 3, col. 7)
On Monday week, at Sowerby, near Bridlington, Yorkshire, the wife of Mr. Samuel MASON, of three daughters, all doing well.—Leeds Times.
At 76, Kirk Street, Calton, Glasgow, on the 29th ult., Mrs. Edward MURRAY, of two sons and a daughter, all of whom are in perfect health.
The wife of one of the workmen of Messrs. George KENT and Co., of London, presented him, on the 18th ult., with five children, three of whom, with their mother, are doing well; the other two are not quite so well.
At St. Cuthbert's, on the 10th instant, Mr. John ASHBRIDGE, of Bowness, to Miss Martha ROBINSON, of this city; same day, Mr. Thomas KINDLEY, to Miss Jane WOODROOFF; 14th, Mr. John LOVE, to Miss Mary WILSON.
On the 3rd instant, at the Old Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher-street, by the Rev. R. HUNTER, Mr. George WHITE, gardener, to Miss Isabella BOUSTEAD; also, at the same place, on the 8th, Mr. Thomas LOVE, to Miss Elizabeth BRIGGS, of Wetheral.
At Alston, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. Meyric BEEBEE, Archibald DUNLOP, jun., Esq., Artillery Place, Westminster, to Miss WRIGHT, daughter of the late Anthony WRIGHT, Esq., of Alston; on the 6th, Mr. Joseph MAUGHAN, to Miss Ann BOWMAN, of Alston; same day, Mr. Jonn HENNAM [sic – John HOUNAM according to IGI and Civil Registration Index], to Miss Mary HIND, of Nenthall.
At Bewcastle Church, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. John MAUGHAN, Mr. James LITTLE, of Saughs, to Miss Elizabeth TWEDDLE, of Nixonstown.
At Allhallows, on the 22nd ult., Mr. BRINDLE, of Cockbridge Inn, to Miss Jane JOPSON, of Maryport.
At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, by the Reverend Edward FAWCETT, A.M., John SIMPSON, Esq., of Southampton Row, Russell Square, London, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William RUDD, Esq., of the former place.
At Harrington, on Sunday last, by the Rev. John CURWEN, rector, Mr. William BULMAN, formerly master of the brig Samuel and Thomas, of Whitehaven, to Mrs. M'GAW, straw-bonnet maker, Workington.
At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, lately, Mr. John WATTERS, mariner, to Miss Sarah COWMAN; Mr. George IRVIN, miner, to Miss Jane SHIMMINS. At St. Nicholas's Chapel, on the 10th instant, by the Rev. E. WHITE, Mr. J. ROYAL, mason, to Miss A. PARKER.
At St. George's, Hanover square, London, on the 6th inst., by the Very Rev. the Dean of Carlisle, Henry BYNG, Esquire, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, son of the Hon. Captain BYNG, and nephew to the late Lord Viscount Torrington, to Mary Anne WEBB, of Quendon Hall, a descendant of Archbishop CRANMER.
On Wednesday week, Mr. Marmaduke BARKER, gentleman, Drypool, Hull, to Miss Jane WHITEMAN, servant in the family of Mrs. FORSTER, of South-end, Hull, in whose service she has lived for twenty-seven years. The bridegroom is 76, and his lovely bride 42 years of age.—Leeds Times.
Saturday 15 Jun 1839   (p. 3, col. 7)
On the Irish Brow, since our last, Mrs. Dorothy SEWELL, aged 45 years.
At Upperby, lately, Mrs. Jane MATTHEWS, aged 53 years.
At Wetheral, on the 8th instant, Mr. Thomas BIRRELL, of the firm of Messrs. WALLACE and BIRRELL, of this city, aged 29 years—much respected.
At Battenbush, Kirkandrews-on-Esk, on the 6th inst., Mrs. EDGAR, aged 87 years.
At Springfield, Gretna, on Sunday last, Mrs. LONG, wife of Simon LONG, aged 48 years.
At Penrith, on the 8th instant, Robest SHURR, hatter, aged 68 years; 12th, Mrs. Barbara BIRD, aged 64 years; 13th, James SPEIGHT, aged 56 years.
At Cockermouth, on Monday last, Robert, the only son of Henry RENNICKS, draper, aged 2 years.
At Bassenthwaite, on the 26th ult., after a lingering illness, in the 25th year of his age, John, the second son of Mr. Richard BELL, a young man greatly respected by all who knew him.
At Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert YARKER, formerly and for many years ostler at the Royal Oak inn, aged 72 years.
At High, in Moresby, on Friday week, in the 28th year of his age, after a short illness, Mr. Dickinson WILSON, auctioneer, and son of Mr. John WILSON, of that place.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Ann MOORE, widow, aged 81 years; Mrs. Eleanor FURNESS, widow, advanced in years; and Isabella MADGIN, aged 24 years.
At the Smithy, Parton Brow, on Sunday last, after a short illness, Mr. Daniel LITTLE, blacksmith, aged 27 years.
At Winton, near Kirkby Stephen, on Wednesday week, after a lingering illness, the Rev. John ADAMTHWAITE, D.D., one of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Westmorland, aged 56 years.
At his house, in English Street, Dumfries, on the 1st curt., James M'WHIR, Esq., merchant, and formerly one of the Magistrates of that burgh, aged 62 years.
At Dumfries, on tbe 7th curt., at the early age of 23, Robert, eldest son of Robert KEMP, Esq., writer, late Provost of Dumfries. The deceased, who is sincerely and deeply lamented, was a youth of full promise and amiability; he had many friends and no enemies—for manners, conduct, and principles such as his were sure to win their way to all hearts.
At Manchester, on the 1st instant, after a few months illness, brought on by sleeping in a damp bed, Mr. William PATTERSON, aged 38, a young man well known in the north of England and the greater part of Scotland as a traveller in the book number line, in which capacity he bore the most exemplary character for punctuality and attention to the interests of his employers and those that favoured him with orders. He was a native of Scotland, Ayrshire.
On the 21st ult., in Meadow Entry, Dundee, aged 114, John ROBERTSON. He was born in England, but his parents having removed to Morayshire, when he was nine months old, he was brought up there; he saw Prince Charles, on his march to the battle of Culloden, and described him as a young man of very prepossessing appearance. The deceased retained his faculties to the last; he could see to thread a needle, and hear the slightest whisper.