Saturday 12 Feb 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
On Sunday, the 30th ult., at The Grotto, Westmoreland, the Lady of William Hugh PARKIN, Esq., of a son and heir.
At St. George's, Hanover Square, London, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. T. WILKINSON, vicar of Stanwix, John HALL, Esq., Coggeshall, Essex, to Frances, second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas ALLISON, of Etterby, near this city.
At St. Mary's, on the 5th instant, Mr. William BOYES, of Kelsick, in the parish of Bromfield, to Miss Sarah BONE; on the 6th instant, Mr. William JOHNSTON, to Miss Ann IVISON.
At Rockliff, on Tuesday last, Mr. Adam THORBURN, grocer, of this city, to Mary Ann HEWITT, daughter of Mr. Thomas HEWITT, of the former place.
At Kirkandrews-on-Esk, on Sunday last, Mr. Robert WILKIN, of Guards, to Ann, second daughter of Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, of Bogside, Tundergarth.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Richard BEWLEY, to Miss Jane WARWICK, both of Waverton; same place, on Wednesday last, Mr. George LAWSON, tanner, to Miss Mary ARMSTRONG, of Scales, in the parish of Bromfield.
At the Abbey Church, Holme Cultram, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. J. ALDERSEY, B.A., C. MALING, Esq., to Hannah, second daughter of John TODD, Esq., of Wigton; same place, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert RIGG, of Pelutho, Holme Cultram, to Miss Mary IRVING, of High Lows, in the same parish.
At Greystoke, on Wednesday, the 9th instant, Frederick BROWNE, Esq., of Lichfield, younger son of the late Reverend J. BROWNE, of Bakewell, in the county of Derby, to Miss SCOLLICK, of Blencowe.
At Penrith, on the 8th instant, Mr. Richard METCALF, to Mrs. Jane CRUMP.
At Flimby, on the 8th instant, Mr. Edward WILKINSON, mate of the brig Dykes, to Miss Mary FLETCHER, of the Princess Royal Inn, Flimby.
At Crosscannonby, on the 10th instant, Mr. SANDERSON, ironmonger, Wigton, to Eliza, second daughter of Samuel SHAW, Esq., Maryport.
At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Monday last, Mr. William HOGARTH, druggist, to Charlotte, daughter of Mr. Robert CLARKE, woollen manufacturer, Keswick.
On Thursday last, at Allendale, county of Northumberland, by the venerable Archdeacon SCOTT, rector of Whitfield, in the same county, the Rev. Jos. Stephenson JACQUES, vicar of Allendale, to Miss CLEMITSON, daughter of the late R. CLEMITSON, Esq., of the same place.
MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.—On Tuesday morning Prince Nicholas ESTERHAZY, eldest son of Prince Paul ESTERHAZY, the Austrian Ambassador, was united to Lady Sarah VILLIERS, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Jersey. A sumptuous dejeuner was then given at the Earl of Jersey's, in Berkeley-square, after which the happy pair proceeded to Osterley-park, near Brentford, where they will spend the honeymoon.
In Castle Street, on Thursday night, the 11th instant, Anne, youngest daughter of Mr. William CORRIE, cabinet-maker, aged seventeen months.
In the House of Recovery, on Monday last, Mr. John CORVEY, aged 25 years.
In Princess Street; on Thursday last, Miss Catherine IRVING, straw hat manufacturer, aged 77 years.
In John's Lane, since our last, Mary DODGSON, aged 53 years.
In the King's Arms Lane, lately, Mrs. Esther WRIGHT, aged 60 years.
Lately, Mrs. Mary HARRINGTON, of Carleton, aged 76 years.
Lately, Catherine, second daughter of the late Mr. SLACK, Inspector of Weights and Measures, aged 21 years,—deeply lamented by her friends.
At Warwick, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Mary BATY, aged 43 years, widow of the late Mr. William BATY, saddler of this city.
At Woodhouses, near Orton, on the 1st instant, Mrs. Mary BARNES, relict of the late Mr. Joseph BARNES, aged 75 years,— much respected.
At Parcelstown, Arthuret, on Saturday last, Jane, wife of Mr. Thomas BAXTER, aged 68 years.
On Saturday last, at the Nook of Irthington, Mr. Christopher BELL, third son of the late Mr. John BELL, of Lowlonning, in his 79th year.
At Wigton, on Thursday week, Elizabeth CROZIER, aged 75 years; same place, on Friday, the 4th inst., in the 84th year of his age, Mr. Edward CARRICK, postmaster—which situation he held upwards of sixty years.
At Little Bampton, on Friday, the 4th instant, Elizabeth DAVIDSON, aged 77 years.
In Liverpool, on the 26th ult., at the house of Mr. Richard BIRD, Sarah MILLBURN, aged 85 years, late of Armathwaite, and formerly of Sebergham.
At Penrith, since our last, Mr. Arthur TULLY, aged 70 years.
At Melmerby, lately, Mr. Henry WHARTON, aged 59 years.
At Alston, on the 8th instant, Mrs. Ann HETHERINGTON, aged 70 years.
At Leadgate, near Alston, on the 8th instant, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, aged 60 years.
At Routensike, in Arlecdon, on the 29th ult., Miss Jane MITCHELL, aged 18 years, daughter of Mr. John MITCHELL, of Steel Bank.
At Brown Beck, St. John's, near Keswick, on the 2nd inst., Mr. George DAWSON, aged 89 years.
At Sylecroft, in Whicham after a protracted illness, Frances, relict of the late Mr. William WALKER, of Sylecroft, and sister to Mrs. Michael WALKER, of Whitehaven, aged 60 years.
At Whicham Mill, Mr. William PARK, miller, at an advanced age.
At Croftnook, in the parish of Gosforth, on Saturday last, after a short illness, Mrs. Ann SINGLETON, relict of the late Mr. Jacob SINGLETON, blacksmith, aged 79 years.
On Tuesday week, Mrs. GRICE, wife of Mr. Thomas GRICE, of Hayton, near Bootle, aged 67 years.
On Tuesday week, at Bookwell, Egremont, of scarlet fever, Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas STAINTON, aged 11 years.
At Workington, since our last, Mr. John FLETCHER, teacher, aged 79 years; same place, on the 4th, Sarah, daughter of Mr. John THOMPSON, aged two years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, aged 81, Mr. Thomas COOKE, formerly and for many years minister of Duke Street Chapel, in that town; on Monday week, Mrs. SHEPHERD, relict of Mr. James SHEPHERD, of North Shields, at an advanced age; on Friday week, Mr. Robert MAGEE, aged 81 years; suddenly, Mr. Thomas LEWIN, tailor, aged 60 years; on Thursday week, Mr. John ION, aged 57 years; and Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Anthony BURTON, carpenter, aged 54 years.
On the 16th of June last, on board the Kitty, South Sea Whaler, BENSON, commander, on her homeward voyage, of remitting fever, Mr. James CORSON, some time since assistant to Mr. STOCKDALE, teacher, of Whitehaven, aged 27 years.
On the 27th ult., aged 41, after four months' illness, the Rev. Samuel BLAIR, late Minister of Cook's Ground Chapel, Chelsea, and formerly of Willden, Yorkshire. His evangelical faith, laborious and useful life, the graces of the Spirit which he exhibited, and his dying expressions, evidence that he has joined the redeemed number, who, having come out of great tribulation, are before the throne of God. He has left a widowand four children. The deceased was the author of "Conversations on Mind and Matter," "The Cottage among the Mountains," a volume of sermons, a small work on temperance, and "A Discourse on Infant Salvation."