Saturday 14 Sep 1839   (p. 3, col. 6)






On Thursday week, at Rigmaden Park, Westmorland, the Lady of Miles PONSONBY, Esq., of Hail Hall, in this county, of a daughter.




In the Catholic Chapel, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. J. MARSHALL, Mr. Christopher DONNELLY, to Miss Mary McMACKIN.


On Wednesday last, at Trinity Church, Whitehaven, by the Rev. Thomas DALTON, Joseph DIXON, Esq., of Broadwath, near Carlisle, to Ann, eldest daughter of Wilson PERRY, Esq., of Whitehaven.


At Cockermouth, on Sunday, the 8th instant, Mr. Benjamin ALLINSON, hatter, to Miss Betty ARMSTRONG; at the same place, on Monday, Mr. John BERTENSHAW, hatter, to Mrs. Phoebe SPEARS.


At the Register Office, Cockermouth, on Monday, the 9th instant, Mr. George WEDGEWOOD, to Miss Ann RITSON, both of Flimby.


On the 9th instant, at the office of the Superintendent Registrar, in Whitehaven, Mr. Patrick SAVAGE, nailer to Miss Elizabeth MOUNSEY, both of Whitehaven.


On Sunday, at Distington, by the Rev. Henry LOWTHER, A.M., rectoy [sic], Mr. William SOUTHARD, of Dixon Dyke Nook, Whillimoor, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. STALKER, of Distington Mill.


At St. Bees, on the 27th ult., Mr. James BROOKMAN, carver, Maryport, to Miss Jane HUDSON, of Whitehaven.


On Friday week, at St. John’s Beckermont, Mr. Thomas GATES, joiner, only son of Mr. Henry GATES, to Miss H. HALE.


At Torpenhow, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Joseph THEXTON, B.A., Mr. Thomas MOOR, yeoman, Overgates, Bothel, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Greenup HODGSON, yeoman, Plumbland.


At Wigan, Lancashire, on Monday last, Captain Thomas RIDLEY, of Bank House, near Tarn Waddling, in this county, and commander of the barque “Savanilla,” of Liverpool, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Wm. McEWEN, draper, Wigan.


At Bywell, St. Andrew, on Friday the 6th instant, by the Rev. John RAWES, A.B., Charles FERGUSON, Esq., of Bishop Wearmouth, to Frances, youngest daughter of the late Charles BACON, Esq., of Styford.


On the 2nd instant, at the Bavarian Chapel, Warwick-street, Golden Square, London, by the Rev. F. GERRAT, John WATSON, Esq., of 15, Watling-street, to Miss Elizabeth WICKWAR, of George-street, Hanover Square, second daughter of J. WICKWAR, Esq., Baylis House, Salt Hill, near Windsor.






In Abbey street, since our last, Mr. John WILSON, aged 24 years.


In English Street, since our last, Hannah Maria, daughter of Mr. Thomas WHEATLY, silver-smith, aged 14 months.


In Brewery Row, since our last, Elizabeth STODDART, aged 58 years.


At Jamaica, on the 8th of June last, Mr. John EDGAR, son of Mr. Robert EDGAR, of Rockliff Cross, and grandson of the late Mr. Thomas JACKSON, innkeeper, Rockliff, aged 28 years.


At Hesket in the Forest, on the 1st instant, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. John WRIGHT, horse-keeper, aged 12 years; at the same place, on Saturday, the 8th instant, Edward, son of Mr. Edward RUDD, horsekeeper.


On the 6th instant, at Askham Hall, Julia Marion, daughter of the Rev. Dr. JACKSON, Recton [sic] of Lowther and Vicar of Penrith.


At the Union Work House, Whitehaven, Mary SALKELD, aged 65. The deceased was an inmate of that work-house during the last sixty years of her life.


On Tuesday week, at Egremont, Mary, daughter of Mr. Isaac MILLS, aged 42 years; same place on Sunday morning, Mr. Joseph JAMES, formerly schoolmaster at Rottington and Egremont, aged 80 years.


At Penrith, on the 11th instant, Mr. John LITTLE, schoolmaster, aged 56 years; at the same place, on the 12th instant, Jonah PEARS, aged 78 years; same place, on the 7th instant, Miss Dorothy CAPSTICK, for many years house-keeper with Mr. HALFAX, aged 29 years.


In the Union Work House, Workington, on the 1st of September, Thomas GRAHAM, aged 51 years; on the 3rd, Mr. John MOOR, razor grinder, aged 76 years; and on the 5th, Jane, wife of Mr. John CAPE, aged 68 years.


At Bothel, on Wednesday week, Mr. John ALLISON, innkeeper, of that place, aged 66 years.


At Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Agnes HOLMES, widow, of that place, aged 67 years.


On the 28th ult, while on a visit at Northampton, on his way to the meeting of the British Association, at Birmingham, in the 71st year of his age, William SMITH, Esq., L.L.D. and F.G.S.


On the 31st ult., at his residence at Lensfield, Cambridge, on his 61st birth-day, William WILKINS, Esq., A.M.


On the 29th ult., at Upper Gore House, Kinsington, General David Douglas WEMYSS, Governor of Tynemouth and Clifford’s Fort.