Saturday 02 Nov 1839   (p. 3, col. 6)




This morning, in English Street, Mrs. Wm. MARTINDALE, of a son.

On Saturday last, in Castle Street, Mrs. JONES, wife of Mr. JONES, one of the choristers in our Cathedral, was safely delivered of twins—two fine boys.




At St. Mary's, on Tuesday last, Mr. Jeremiah ROWELL, to Miss Margaret PEARSON; same place, on the 1st instant, Mr. H. F. MILLS, to Miss Isabella Maria Frances Theresa MILLS.

At the Presbyterian Chapel, in communion with the Church of Scotland, by the Rev. J. PARK, on the morning of Wednesday last, Mr. Joseph DIXON, to Miss Margaret MORLEY, both of Caldewgate.

On Thursday last, at Tynemouth, by the Rev. Mr. REED, vicar, the Rev. J. HUDSON, A.M., Chaplain to the Forces, to Mary, third daughter of the late Mr. Richard BATY, of Holme Gate, in this county.

On the 26th ult., at St. Ann's, Westminster, by the Rev. J. HODGSON, Mr. MORTON, of Fenchurch-street, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. Mark WARWICK, of Carleton, near this city.

At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mr. John MILLAR, saddler, to Miss STANWIX.

At Watermillock Church, on Saturday, the 26th ult., by the Rev. W. P. KING, minister of Martindale, Mr. Joseph TODHUNTER, husbandman, of Hutton, to Miss Mary WHITE, of Sparket Mill, in the parish of Greystoke. 

At Graitney, on the 12th ult., Mr. David TWEDDLE, to Miss Betsey STOREY, late of Aspatria.

At the Independent Chapel, Cockermouth, on Thursday last, Mr. John HODGSON, to Sarah, only daughter of the late Rev. James MUSCUTT, many years minister of that chapel.

At Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, by the Rev. E. WHITE, Mr. John LITTLE, commercial traveller, to Miss Elizabeth HODGSON, daughter of Mr. Fletcher HODGSON, tailor; on Saturday, Mr. Andrew KENNEDY, of Cockermouth, mason, to Miss Hannah PRESTON, of Whitehaven; same day, Mr. John SHERIDAN, mate of the "Ant," of Whitehaven, to Ann, daughter of Capt. John DIXON.


The following notices of Marriages were read at the Board of Guardians, on Thursday last:—

James WILSON, of Ferguson's Lane, and Eleanor GRAHAM, of the same place; David BELL, of Drover's Lane, and Elizabeth GRAHAM, of Finkle Street; Lieut. H. F. MILLS, late of Bath, and Isabella F. M. T. MILLS,  widow, late of Widrington Castle.




In the Irish Damside, lately, Elizabeth FAULDER, advanced in years.

In Backhouse's Walk, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Mary TOPPING, aged 60 years.

In John Street, Botchergate, on Wednesday last, Mr. John STRACHAN, aged 56 years.

In Moffat's Yard, Lowther-street, Mrs. Mary FORSTER, aged 60 years.

In the King's Arms Lane, since our last, Mrs. Christiana KNIGHT, aged 57 years.

On Monday, the28th ult., at her aunt's, at Aglionby, very suddenly, Hannah, the fourth daughter of Mr. Richard RIGG, of Lesson Hall, near Wigton, aged 16 years. The deceased was of a religious and pious disposition, and much respected.

On the 13th of May last, on his passage to, and within a few hours sail of, Sydney, New South Wales, Mr. Joseph ATKINSON, of 124, Wood-street, London, and son of Mrs. WALLAS, Brampton, aged 27 years. His many amiable qualities endeared him to his friends, by whom he is deeply and sincerely regretted.

At High Longthwaite, in the parish of Wigton, on the 25th ultimo, Martha, only daughter of Mr. John JEFFERSON, aged 17  years.

At Hayton, in the parish of Aspatria, on the 16th ult., Mrs. E. DOVER, in the prime of life.

At Aspatria, on the 16th ult., aged 21 years, Miss Mary LONGCAKE, only daughter of Joseph LONGCAKE, yeoman;—an accomplished young woman, and sincerely lamented by her acquaintance.—Same place, on the 22nd, Mrs. Bella CLARKE, aged 76 years.

At Baggrow, on the 23rd ult., on his 71st year, Mr. Joseph WINDER, yeoman. Whoever knew this quiet and honest old bachelor, would have beeen apt to surmise that he had sat to Washington IRVING for his picture of "Ready money Jack."—The artificial manners of the age bid fair to render his breed extinct; but "Ill fares the land to hastening ills a prey" when such as him, "his country's pride," become a rarity.

At Bootle, on Friday week, after only a week's indisposition, Mr. John KITCHEN, aged 75 years, formerly a highly-respected scholmaster [sic] in that town, and for 35 years parish clerk at that place.

At Keswick, last week, at the great age of 87 years, Mr. Joseph WILSON.

At Cockermouth, on Monday, the 21st ultimo, Mr. John SWAN, of the Old Hall Inn, a member of the Derwent Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, aged 41 years; on Tuesday week, Mary, the wife of Mr. James FISHER, aged 28 years; also, on Monday last, Mrs. Mary BURROWS, aged 73 years.

At Coulderton, near St. Bees, on Saturday, Mr. Nathaniel NUTINGALE [sic – Nathaneal NIGHTINGALE according to FreeBMD], a Chelsea pensioner, aged 58 years.

At Workington, since our last, Mr. Edward JOHNSTONE, aged 19 years; and Mr. James PORTER, aged 17 years.

At Cleator, lately, Mrs. Hannah WILLIAMSON, wife of Mr. J. WILLIAMSON, aged 79 years.

At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Isabella PONDER, aged 76 years.

THE EARL OF KINGSTON.—We have to record the demise of the Earl of Kingston, which took place on Friday week at the family residence, Hull-place, St. John's Wood. The late Earl, who was Viscount Kingsborough in the peerage of Ireland, and Baron Kingston in the peerage of the United Kingdom, was born on the 9th of April, 1775, and succeeded his father, the second Earl, on the 17th of April, 1799. On the 5th of May, 1794, his Lordship married the Lady Helena MOORE, daughter of the Earl ol Mountcashel, and aunt of the present Earl, Lady Jane PEEL, wife of the Hon. W. Yates PEEL, and Lady ROBINSON, by whom his Lordship has left issue Viscount Kingsborough (now Earl of Kingston), who was born in 1795. The late Earl was elder brother of Viscount Lorton.