Saturday 22 Feb 1840   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Marriages.

On the 15th instant, at the Scotch Church, by the Rev. John PARK, Mr. James MENZIES, to Miss Helen Hall BONNAR.

At St. Mary's, on Sunday last, by license, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, rope maker, to Miss Mary M'CORMICK, of the Old Grapes Lane.

Since our last, Mr. David STORY, grocer, Bothergate [sic], to Miss Sarah TICKLE, Botchergate.

At the Office of the Clerk to the Board of Guardians in this city, on Wednesday last, Mr. George FAINT, of Broomhills, to Miss Rachael LITTLE.

At Wigton, on Saturday, the 15th instant, Mr. Joseph LAMONBY, draper, to Miss RICHARDSON, of High Louthwaite, near Wigton.

At Trinity chapel, Whitehaven, by the Reverend Thomas DALTON, Mr. Thomas SMITH, carpenter, to Miss Sarah IRWIN.

At Harrington, on the 10th instant, by the Reveernd [sic] J. CURWEN, rector, Mr. Thomas LEWES, mariner, to Mrs. Ann WILSON, widow.

At Workington, on the 10th, Mr. Charles Duncan BROWN, blacksmith, to Miss Elizabeth POTTS.

On Saturday last, at St. Bridget's Beckermet by the Rev. C. FOX, M.A., Mr. William BATEMAN, of Yottenfews, (the celabrated [sic] veteran of the wrestling ring, who, in his time, has won upwards of 140 belts!) to Mrs. Jane JACKSON, daughter of Mr. Issac MOSSOP, formerly ot Southam, near Egremont.

NOTICE.—In our paper of the 7th instant, we inserted an account of a marriage, between Mr. WISEMAN, and Miss Ann KNUBLEY, at Hesket. We are assured that no such marriage took place. Parties who send such false statements to newspapers, are probably not aware that they subject themselves, for so doing to fine and imprisonment; and these punishments we shall most certainly endeavour to have inflicted upon the first writing of the kind we can discover.

 

Deaths.

In Abbey Street, on the 16th inst., Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. John BONNELL, aged 30 years.

In Saint Cuthberts Lane, on Sunday last, Mr. John MARTIN, City Arms, aged 56 years. The deceased was much respected by his friends, and a large circle of acquaintances.

On Wednesday last, in Shaddongate, formerly of Carleton, Mr. Edward NORMAN, yeoman, aged 55 years—univerally respected.

On Tuesday last, in Blackfriars street, James RIDDLE, aged 42 years.

In the House of Recovery, in this city, on Saturday last, Miss Mary IRVING, of Botchergate, aged 21 years.

At Brisco, lately, Mrs. Hannah LONGMIRE, aged 34 years.

On the 13th instant, at the House of Mrs. BLAMIRE, Kirkandrews-upon-Eden, Mrs. Hannah SNOWDEN, aged 75 years. dhe [sic] had lived 52 years with the above family, by whom, as also, by all who knew her, she was highly and deservedly respected.

At Scotby, on the 16th instant, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. George HIND.

At Brampton, on Sunday, the 16th instant, Mr. William BERRY, aged 67.

At Rigghead, Kirklinton, on Wednesday last, after a lingering illness, Richard, fourth son of John and Mary COULTHARD, aged 22 years—much respected.

At Longtown, on Saturday last, of cosumption [sic], Ann, wife of Mr. Robert FORSTER, blacksmith, much and deservedly respected; at the same place, on Tuesday last, Jane, the wife of Mr. George ELLIOT, weaver, both in the prime of life.

On the 22nd ult.; at his house, Everton Crescent, Liverpool, Mr. William Owen WYNNE, in the 35th year of his age, grandson of the late Robert Watkin WYNNE, Esq., of Plassnewyd, Denbigh, and many years student at Greenrow.

At Cockermouth, on Wednesday, the 12th instant, Mr. James CLARK, Hatter, aged 75 years; at the same place, on Thursday, William, son of John BRECKAM, shoemaker, aged 5 years; at the same place on Saturday last, Margaret, the wife of Mr. Robert PARKER, nailor, aged 50 years; at the same place, on Sunday last, Mr. Christopher LANCASTER, carrier, aged 56 years; same place, on Wednesday last, Mr. John POWER, hatter, aged 36 years.

At Whitehaven, on the 11th instant, Mr. Richard WHITESIDE, aged 77 years, formerly an eminent West India merchant in that town; at the same place, Mrs. Grace HARRISON, widow, aged 87 years.

On the 9th of November last, on his passage from Demerara to Greenock, on board the John Scott, Mr. Joseph BENN, of Whitehaven, aged 23 years.

At Egremont, on the 6th inst., in the 95th year of his age, Mr. William ROBLEY, yeoman, late of Marlborough, and formerly, of Hesket, near Penrith.

At Harrington, on Wednesday week, Hannah, wife of Capt. Robert CRAGG, aged 49 years.

At Workington, on the 13th instant, Mr. Robert LINTON, aged 75 years; and on the 16th, Mrs. Elizabeth WILSON, widow, aged 72 years.

At Maryport, on Saturday last, Mr. John CLARKE, aged 37, many yearers [sic] carrier between Whitehaven and Maryport.

On Thursday week, at Cockermouth, Mary, wife of Mr. WILLIAMSON, surgeon, aged 48 years.

At Keswick, on Saturday last, Mrs. Elizabeth WALKER, widow, aged 46 years, late of Great Braithwaith, near Keswick.

At Great Braithwaite, near Keswick, on Sunday last, Mr. Adamson FLETCHER, aged 77 years.

At Little Salkeld, near Penrith, of apoplexy, Mr. John HOLMES, yeoman, aged 88 years, much respected.

At Helton, near Lowther, on the 6th instant, Mr. Joseph KIRKBRIDE, pork and ham merchant, aged 50.

At Appleby, Mr. James MILNER, schoolmaster., aged 28 years; and Elizabeth, wife of Mr. STEADMAN, joiner, in the prime of life.

On the 9th instant, at Dukinfield, Cheshire, after a few days illness, Mr. William IVY, aged 27 years, oldest son of the Rev. Robert IVY, Independent Minister of that place; also on the 10th inst., Robert IVY, aged 10 months, infant son of Mr. William IVY.

In Edinburgh, on the 31st ult., Mrs. PARK, relict of the celebrated Mungo PARK, the African traveller, aged 50.

On Saturday, the 9th inst., at Newcastle, Mr. Luke, CLENNELL, the celebrated artist, aged 59. His remains were interred on Friday, the 14th, at Andrews's Church. As a gratifying proof of the affection and esteem entertained for him both as a man and an artist by his brethren in the profession, he was followed to the grave by all the artists resident in the town and neighbourhood.—Tyne Mercury.

At his house, 18, Royal Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 12th inst., Duncan SINCLAIR, Esq., letter founder.

On Friday last, in St. James's Palace, Miss Laura WHEATLEY, daughter of General WHEATLEY, Keeper of the Queen's Privy Purse.