Saturday 30 Nov 1839   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Births.

At Laverock Bank, near Liverpool, on the 28th inst., the wife of Joseph THOMLINSON, Esq., of a daughter.

 

Marriages.

At Lancaster, on Tuesday, the 19th instant, Walter HUNTER, cabinet-maker, late of Carlisle, to Miss Elizabeth SPIGHT, of Lancaster.

At Wigton, on Wednesday last, Mr. John PARK, of the parish of Uldale, to Miss Mary BLEASDALE, of Wigton.

On Saturday last, at Hesket, Mr. Thomas PATTINSON, of Old Town, to Esther, second daughter of Michael HERD, Esq., of Robinson House.

At Penrith, on the 23rd instant, Mr. Joshua WHITEFIELD, to Mrs. Mary GRAHAM; same place, on the 27th instant, Mr. John PASLIE, to Miss Mary ATKINSON.

At Penrith, at the Superintendent's Register Office, on the 28th inst., Mr. Anthony DOBSON, to Mrs. Jane MITCHINSON, dress-maker.

On Wednesday week, at Saint Bees, by the Reverend Henry LOWTHER, M.A., the Reverend Samuel KEY, B.A., of Water Fulford Hall, in the County of York, to Harriet, only daughter of William LAMB, Esq., of Meadow House, Whitehaven.

At Whitehaven, in Trinity Chapel, Mr. John GREENLAW, stone-mason, to Mrs. Frances NEWBY.

At Whitehaven, on Saturday morning last, at the office of the Superintendent Registrar, Mr. William PLASKETT, coal miner, to Miss Martha JACKSON; and at the same time and place, Mr. Wm. STAINTON, coal miner, to Miss M. WINN, all of Distington.

At Cleator, on Monday week, Mr. James BELL, fogeman [sic], to Joice, eldest daughter of Mr. Abraham Mc.CLELLAN, Bleach-Green, Egremont; and on the day following, Mr. BECK, blacksmith, to Mrs. Ann JACKSON, of Cleator.

On Tuesday, the 19th instant, at Brigham, by the Rev. John WORDSWORTH, A.M., George, son of Mr. SMITH, Brayton, to Miss Mary ROBINSON, of Greysouthen, only daughter of the late Amos ROBINSON, yeoman, of that place.

At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. John ENGLISH, mariner, Newtown, Carlisle, to Elizabeth Ann Porthouse, third daughter of Mr. IRVING, Ann-field, near Cockermouth; same day, Mr. John TINDAL, to Miss Jane CASS.

At Crosscanonby, on the 23rd, Mr. Thomas DOBIE, to Miss Jane WILLIAMSON, both of Maryport.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Thursday week, Mr. William THORNTON, tallow chandler and grocer, to Miss Elizabeth EDMONDSON, both of Keswick.

On Tuesday week, at St. Michael's Church, Liverpool, John, son of the late Allison CROSTHWAITE, Esq., of Workington, to Emily Ann PAGE, of London.

 

Deaths.

In this city, since our last, Mrs. Susan THOMPSON, aged 76; Alexander KIRK, aged 46 years.

In Sunderland-Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on the 23rd instant, aged 13 months, George, fourth son of Mr. G. BARNES, formerly of Carlisle.

At Carleton, on Sunday last, Ann, wife of Mr. John DIXON, farmer, aged 29 years.

At Knockupworth, in the parish of Grinsdale, on the 23rd instant, after a lingering illness, borne with great patience and resignation, Mr. John GRAHAM, yeoman, aged 23 years, deeply regretted by all who knew him.

At Longtown, on Saturday last, Mary, wife of Mr. Thomas TWEDDLE, brewer, aged 58; at the same place, on Monday, Janet LAMONBY, widow, aged 66 years.

At Chapel-town, Euston-hills, on Monday, William TINNING, aged 24 years.

At Blaithwaite, in the parish of Wigton, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth SPARK, aged 74.

At Bothel, on 14th inst., Mr. John MANDALL, at the advanced age of 80 years.

At Eamont Bridge, Penrith, on the 22nd inst., Mr. James NICHOLSON, aged 20 years.

At Ousby, on the 24th inst., Mr. John CHAPLEHOW, miller, aged 83 years.

At Blencow, near Penrith, on the 27th inst., Mr. Daniel BOLTON, yeoman, aged 82 years, highly respected. Last year he went with the Eamont Harriers not less than fourteen times, and travelled on foot each time not less than fifteen miles.

At Penrith, on the 22d inst., Margaret, daughter of Alexander MELDRUM, aged 23 years; same place and day, Miss Mary JACKSON, aged 72; same place, on the 27th inst., after a short illness, Thomas HUTTON, Esq., for many years a highly respectable solicitor, aged 73; same place, on the 28th, Mary, wife of Mr. Joseph BIRRIL, aged 79; same place and day, Mrs. Ann EDMONDSON, aged 45 years.

At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mrs. Mary HINDE, widow of Capt. Samuel HINDE, and daughter of the late Capt. John KENNEDY, of the Nimble, of that port, aged 45 years; and at the same place, in New Street, Mrs. Mary MAWSON, aged 61 years.

On Saturday last, at Hensingham, Mr. John CHRISTOPHERSON, aged 63 years.

Since our last, at Workington, Mrs. Jane YOUNGHUSBAND, widow, aged 62 years.

At Maryport, on the 21st inst., Mr. John HETHERINGTON, late of Penrith, aged 41 years.

At Cockermouth, on Friday, the 22nd inst., Mrs. D. JOHNSTON, aged 56 years.

At Mobile, state of Alabama, United States, on the 9th of September last, David KENNEDY, Tinman and Brazier, aged 28 years, formerly of Cockermouth, in this county.

At Low Windy Brow, near Keswick, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas FLEMING, formerly and for many years a respectable butcher in Keswick, aged 72 years.

At Keswick, on Friday, the 22nd inst., Mr. J. DOWTHWAITE, aged 40 years.

At Rosthwaite, in Borrowdale, near Keswick, on Friday week, at the advanced age of 80 years, Mrs. WREN, wife of Mr. Joseph WREN, of that place.

On Wednesday week, at her residence, Mount-pleasant, Liverpool, aged 76, Miss Ann POTTER, daughter of the late Samuel POTTER, Esq., of Springfield.

At Ballybidy, Newtonairds, Ireland, Lord Dufferin, in his 81st year.

At his residence, 32, Wyndham-street, Bryanston-square, London, on the morning of the 16th, Mr. John LANDER, the brother and companion of Richard LANDER in his last fatal African expedition. He was only in his thirty-third year, and after an illness of a few days, yielded to a complaint of the chest, originally induced by exposure to the climate of Africa. Mr. LANDER held an office in the custom-house, conferred upon him by Government as a reward for his enterprise and sufferings, and has left a widow and family to deplore his premature loss.

At his residence, Highbury Park, on the 19th inst., Joshua HUTCHINSON, Esq., in his 75th year. He was born in the county of Durham, and went to the metropolis early in life, almost "a pennyless boy," but by industry and perseverance, he "made his way" until he became an eminent sharebroker, in which profession he was distinguished by strict integrity and upright and honorable conduct. He disposed of his abundance to deserving objects of charity with a liberal but unostentatious hand. As a citizen of London he was extensively known and respected. He was a member of the Society of Friends.