Saturday 07 May 1842   (p. 3, col. 6-7)

 

Marriages.

At St. Mary's, on the 30th ult., Mr. John Sawyer IRVING, to Miss Isabella HARRISON.

At St. Cuthbert's, on the 30th ult., Mr. John M'CULLOUGH, excise officer to Miss Mary MATTHEWS, of Drogheda, Ireland.

At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher Street, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. Richard HUNTER, Mr. John MACVITTIE, baker, to Miss Elizabeth CARRICK, Botchergate.

At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. Joseph Barwise GRAVES, schoolmaster, Rosewain, to Miss Ann TYSON, of the same place.

At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph DAVIDSON, of Highmoor House, to Esther, daughter of Mr. Francis GREY, of Wigton.

At Penrith, on the 30th ult., Mr. John WRIGHT, to Mrs. Isabella RICHARDSON.

At Crosscannonby, on the 26th ult., the Rev. Joseph HETHERINGTON, A.M., curate of the Old Church, at Workington, to Mary Anne, only daughter of John NEWBY, Esq., of Maryport.

At Thornthwaite Chapel, near Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mr. William GATEY, miller, Great Braithwaite, to Miss Dinah GIBSON, of Thornthwaite. This is the first marriage ever solemnized at the above-named chapel.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, on Saturday last, Mr. Joshua HARDISTY, husbandman, to Sarah, daughter of Mr.Henry DOVER, all of Newlands, near Keswick.

At the Dissenting Chapel, Market Place, Kendal, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. E. HAWKES, M.A., the Rev. George LEE, jun., of Hull, to Jane Agnes, eldest daughter of Joseph WHITTAKER, Esq., of the former place.

 

Deaths.

In the Spring Garden Lane, on Thursday last, aged 71, Mr. John BLAYLOCK, brick-layer, a well-known freeman of Carlisle.

In the Pack Horse Lane, English Street, on Wednesday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. John Lowry MULLINDER, formerly of the Cross Keys Public House, Peascod's Lane.

In Court Square, on the 28th ult., at the house of her son-in-law, Mr. William ROBINSON, Jane BOUSTEAD, aged 85 years, relict of the late James BOUSTEAD, butcher, deeply regretted by her friends, and respected by a numerous circle of acquaintance.

In Union Court, on Sunday last, Mary Ann JEFFERSON, aged 36 years.

In Blackfriars' Street, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Jane CARTNER, aged 66 years.

At Devonshire Terrace, Stanwix, on Friday last, William, son of Mr. William BLACK, clothier, of this city, aged 15 months.

At Weymouth, on the 1st inst., after a long illness, in the 14th year of his age, William Boucher, third son of Edward JAMES, Esq.

At Netherton, near this city, on Thursday, the 5th instant, Abigail, wife of Mr. John SOWERBY, in the 93rd year of her age.

At the How, on Wednesday week, aged 45 years, Isabella, the only daughter of Philip MILBURN, yeoman. She was a dutiful and affectionate daughter, a kind and sincere friend; her amiable disposition endeared her to a numerous circle of attached relatives and friends, who will long cherish the remembrance of her many virtues. The suffering poor from her met with ready assistance, and they will deeply deplore her departure hence.

At Low Wood Oaks, on Saturday, the 30th ult., Mary, the wife of John BIRD, in her 56th year.

At Wigton, on the 28th ult., Mr. Francis HOPE, grocer, aged 75 years; on Sunday last, Robert, second son of Mr. Robert BARNES, whitesmith, aged two years.

At Longmoor, in the parish of Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. John HEWITSON, aged 55 years.

At Clifton, near Penrith, on the 4th inst., Dorothy, wife of Mr. William FELL, for many years an eminent and successful teacher, aged 81 years.

At Thackthet, near New Church, on the 1st inst., Mr. John BOWERBANK, yeoman, aged 61 years.

At Penrith, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Jane, NARBOTTLE [Jane HARBOTTLE according to FreeBMD], widow, aged 73 years; and on the 2nd inst., Ann, daughter of Mr. Richard BURN, gardener, aged 13 years.

At Gamblesby, in the parish of Addingham, on Friday, the 30th ult., after a long and painful illness, Mary SALKELD, wife of Thomas SALKELD, Esq., aged 41 years, greatly esteemed and beloved by all who knew her for her many amiable qualities.

At Kersopfoot, in the parish of Nicholforest, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth ARMSTRONG, widow of the late Walter ARMSTRONG, aged 89 years. During her long useful life she was much respected by her neighbours and acquaintances.

At Jerrico, Chittenden county, U.S., on the 17th of January last, Mr. George SCOTT, surgeon, (formerly of Cockermouth) of consumption, greatly respected by the profession to which he belonged, and deeply lamented by a large circle of friends.

At Gosforth, on Sunday last, William, son of Mr. Thomas SINGLETON, joiner, aged one year.

At Hewrigg, in the parish of Irton, on Sunday last, Mrs. Bridget BIRKETT, wife of Mr. Allan BIRKETT, aged 70 years.

At Maryport, on the 24th ult., Mr. George GRAHAM, mariner, aged 60 years.

At Carleton, near Egremont, on Monday last, Mr. Senhouse BENN, yeoman, aged 49 years.

At Cockermouth, on the 28th ult., Mary, the wife of Mr. James BIRKETT, tanner, aged 32 years.

At Cockermouth, on the 30th ult., after a long and painful illness, Eliza Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Captain SIMON, sailing master of her Majesty's ship Dragon, aged 22 years, beloved by all who knew her.

At Low Door Inn, near Keswick, on Saturday last, Mrs. MOSSOP, at an advanced age.

At Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mrs. Hannah DICKINSON, widow, aged 76 years; on Friday, Sarah Wylie, daughter of Mr. Jonathan DREWRY, ship-chandler, aged 1 year.

At Clifton, near Bristol, on the 26th ult., of inflammation of the lungs, the Rev. Robert HEBSON, late curate of Tetbury, Gloucestershire, aged 27 years.

In Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, on the 30th ult., Capt. John Dalrymple HORSMAN, brother of E. HORSMAN, Esq., M.P. for Cockermouth.

At the Parsonage House, Haslingden, Lancashire, aged 60 years, after a long and painful illness, sustained with the most exemplary patience and resignation, Lætitia, wife of the Rev. William GRAY, incumbent of Haslingden, and one of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said county. Mr. GRAY is a native of Bootle, in this county.

At Vera Cruz, Mexico, on the 16th February, aged 20 years, Capt. William HODSON, of the barque Storm King, of Liverpool. This youth was the eldest son of Mr. Wm. HODSON, formerly of Holborn Hill, Millom.

At the Workhouse, Much Woolton, near Liverpool, on the 4th inst., John, son of Mr. John HEYLIN, the governor, aged 11 months.

MELANCHOLY DEATH OF LORD HENRY RUSSELL.—On Monday morning, at five o'clock, this young nobleman expired at the house of his father-in-law, Admiral Sir Robert STOPFORD, the Governor of Greenwich Hospital. The noble Lord was the youngest brother of the present Duke of Bedford and Lord John RUSSELL, and about seven months since was married, at St. Alphade Church, Greenwich, to the third daughter of the gallant Admiral. His Lordship was in the 27th year of his age.

DEATH OF SIR CHARLES BELL.—This eminent practitioner expired suddenly on Thursday last, at Hatton Park, near Worcester, where he was staying on a visit. At dinner on Thursday Sir Charles complained of slight spasms, but, as he was subject to them, he treated the affection as merely a slight and temporary attack, and the next morning he was found lifeless in bed. He was Professor of Surgery in the University of Edinburgh, and author of many valuable works.

DEATH OF GENERAL SCOTT.—This distinguished veteran, who was the oldest officer in the British Army, died on Friday, at his residence, Malleney House. He was in the 97th year of his age, having been born in tbe eventful 1745, and appeared to be in his usual health on the day preceding his death, which was quite sudden.

DEATH OF LIEUT.-GENERAL SIR WILLIAM NICOLAY, K.C.H.—This gallant general, who was the predecessor of the late Sir Lionel SMITH, in the government of the Mauritius, died at Cheltenham the day before yesterday. He was the Colonel of the 1st West India Regiment, and had been fifty-five years in the service.

DEATH OF VISCOUNTESS SIDMOUTH.—We have to announce the death of Marianne Viscountess Sidmouth, which took place at the White Lodge, Richmond Park, on Tuesday evening, the 26th ult. Her ladyship, who was in her 60th year, was daughter and sole heiress of that eminent judge and distinguished scholar Lord Stowell, more known as Sir William SCOTT, and niece of the late Earl of Eldon. Her ladyship was twice married: first to Thomas TOWNSEND, Esq., eldest son of Gore TOWNSEND, Esq., of Honington Hall, Warwickshire, and of the Lady Elizabeth, daughter of Other, fourth Earl of Plymouth; and, secondly, to Henry Viscount Sidmouth.

LADY GORDON CUMMING OF ALTYRE.—This accomplished lady, daughter of Lady Charlotte BURY, and wife of Sir William G. G. CUMMING, of Altyre, Bart, died after a short illness, on Thursday last, at the family mansion of Altyre.