Saturday 02 Sep 1837 (p. 3, col. 6)
At Linthouse, on the 22nd ult., by the Bev. [sic] Matthew LEISHMAN, John M'HAFFIE, Esq., of Robswood, to Margaret, third daughter of Michael ROWAND, Esq., banker, Glasgow.
At St. John's Chapel, Hensingham, on the 22nd ult., by the Rev. Amos HALL, M.A., Mark Hildesley QUAYLE, Esq., of Douglas, Isle of Man, to Mary Jane Hamilton, eldest daughter of Major SPEDDING, of Summer Grove.
At Whitehaven, on Monday last, by the Rev. John JENKINS, Mr. Charles MOSSOP, of Distington, to Mrs. Jane PATTERSON, widow of the late Mr. John PATTERSON, twine manufacturer, of Whitehaven.
At Keswick, since our last, Caleb, son of Mr. John BOWE, of Great Braithwaite, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph BELL, of Ullock, near Keswick; Mr. William PALMER, stone mason, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr. Thomas ATKINSON, formerly of the Dog and Gun inn, Keswick; Mr. James HIND, to Miss Ann ROTHERAM, both of Lysick, near Keswick.
At Preston, on Wednesday last, Mr. J. Mc.DOUGALL, of Lake, in this county, to Miss Esther CLARKSON, of Rawcliffe, Garstang.
In Lowther Street, on the 18th ult., Mr. John CAMPBELL, nephew of Mr. James MILICAN, millwright after a long and tedious illness. He was much and deservedly repected by a large circle of acquaintance.
At St. Cuthbert's Workhouse, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Jane SCOTT, aged 37.
In King Street, on Sunday last, Mary, wife of Mr. John LAWSON, stone mason, aged 52.
At the Long Island, on Wednesday last, Ann, daughter of Mr. Robert WYLLIE, flax dresser, aged eight years.
At Gaitsgill, Mr. John DAVIDSON, schoolmaster, aged 69.
At Wigton, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Mary TREMBLE, aged 76; on Saturday last, Mary SUMMERS, aged 75; John, only son of Mr. Joseph MOORE, builder—a young man of very promising abitities, and kind and benevolent disposition, and sincerely regretted by his friends and acquaintances.
At Penrith, since our last, Michael Mc.TALBOT, aged 45; Mrs. CANNINGTON, Friar Street.
At Whitehaven, on Sunday week, at the great age of 80, Mrs. BRISCOE, relict of the late Mr. Benjamin BRISCOE, of that town.
At Sea, on the 14th of June last, Mr. Andrew WILSON, aged 27 years, mate of the brig Brown, Capt. LAMB, of Whitehaven, son of Mr. J. WILSON, slater and plasterer, Whitehaven—a young man of unexceptionable character, beloved by all on board, and whose loss will long be remembered by his parents and friends. The deceased, along with other two of the crew, was washed overboard, during a heavy gale of wind, on his passage from Sligo to Quebec.
At Sea, on the 27th of June last, on board the Wilkinson, NICHOLSON, of Whitehaven, a week after leaving Demerara, William, son of Mr. Isaac PARK, of Hensingham, late of the Market Place, in Whitehaven, aged 21.
At Demerara, on board the Medora, CANDLISH, of Whitehaven, Morton STANLEY, a very active, intelligent, and promising youth, aged 13.
At Scilly Banks, near Whitehaven, Mrs. Nancy ARMSTRONG, aged 86.
At Glingarron, since our last, George, only son of Mr. Jas. JOHNSTONE, of that place, aged 8 years.
At Ashley Grove, near Egremont, on the 25th inst., Mr. John PALMER, aged 84.
At Workington, since our last, Edward, son of Mr. James DODDS, aged 8 weeks; Mrs. Isabella ADAMSON, widow, in her 77th year.
At Kendal, on Saturday last, Mrs. Mary WELLS, formerly landlady of the Sawyer's Arms inn, aged 83.
At Maryport, since our last, Mr. Robert GRIERSON, aged 55; Mr. Joseph BARWISE, aged 24—a young man of much promise. Mary, daughter of T. WALKER, aged eight months.