Saturday 23 Jul 1842 (p. 3, col. 7)
At Broadwath, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Joseph DIXON, of a son.
At St. Mary's Church, on Monday, the 18th instant, Mr. John GREEN, to Miss Isabella ROGAN.
At Penrith, on Tuesday, the 12th instant, Mr. W. TURNER, of Thrimby, to Miss Ann SOWERBY, of Kirkoswald.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. William ATKINSON, mariner, to Miss E. JOHNSON, both of that town; at the same place, on Sunday last, Mr. William ADAMS, to Miss Margaret BRITTON.
On the 5th instant, at Hurst Church, Reading, by the Rev. C. J. GOODHART, Mr. MADDERS, of the East of England Bank, Norwich, son of the late Captain MAGGERS, of Whitehaven, to Susan, youngest daughter of the late Joseph HALL, Esq., of Weymouth.
At Heversham, on the 11th inst., Mr. W. DIXON, of Levens, to Miss Mary ATKINSON, of Levens Hall.
At Aldingham, on Sunday, the 10th inst., by the Rev. J. STONARD, D.D., Mr. John WHINNERARY, to Miss Ann WILSON, of Gleaston.
At Christ's Church, Marylebone, London, on Thursday, the 14th instant, Mr. William PLATTS, Wasing, Berkshire, to Fanny, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph LEAVER, Aldermaston, Berkshire.
At St. George's Church, London, on Tuesday week, Sir John CAMPBELL, K.C.T.S., to Harriet Maria, widow of Major-General Sir Alexander DIXON, K.C.B.
*** The Marriage stated to have taken place at Gretna on Sunday last cannot be inserted, not being authenticated.
At St. John's, New Brunswick, North America, occasioned by falling overboard the barge Evergreen, being his first voyage, James, son of the late Mr. Daniel ATCHINSON, cooper at the New Brewery, in this city, aged 17 years.
On Tuesday last, at Chalk Quarries, in the parish of Westward, in his 83rd year, Mr. John SANDERSON, lime-burner; an honest, upright, and industrious man, long well-known and highly respected in that neighbourhood. He was a man of considerable ingenuity aud talent in his line; and although not endowed with a liberal education, he became very fond of writing verses, and besides publishing two volumes of poems and songs, he has left behind him an immense number of pieces in manuscript.
On the 17th instant, at Calton House, Warwickshire, Miss Sarah BELL, daughter of Mr. David BELL, of Woodhouselees, Wreay, aged 23 years.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas Mc VITIE, aged 77 years.
At Penrith, on Wednesday, the 13th instant, Mrs. NOBLE, wife of Mr. NOBLE, formerly gamekeeper at Eden-hall, advanced in years; at the same place, on Saturday, the 16th instant, Thomas, son of Mr. Robert JAMES, joiner and cabinet-maker, aged 12 years; also, at the same place, on Sunday, the 17th instant, Mr. John GASS, grocer, aged 66 years.
At Keswick, on Friday last, Mrs. Margaret FISHER, widow, aged 75 years.
At Wanthwaite Mill, St. John's, near Keswick, on Tuesday, the 12th instant, Mr. William NICHOLSON, miller, in the 50th year of his age.
At his residence, near Storr's Hall, on Tuesday week, Mr. R. PICKTHALL, aged 63 years.
At Sea View, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, aged 67 years, Mr. John SCOTT, late of the firm of Messrs. WHITESIDE and SCOTT, ship-builders, Whitehaven.
At Whitehaven, on Friday last, Mr. William PEARSON, jun., aged 33 years; at the same place, on Tuesday, the 12th inst., Mr. John HOGG, joiner, aged 50 years.
At Brackenthwaite, near Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, Mrs. COWAN, relict of the late Mr. COWAN, boat-builder, aged 66 years.
At Portobello, near Edinburgh, on the 16th instant, after a short illness, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John JAMES, of Burton High, near Whitehaven, and late of Asby, in the 20th year of her age.
At the New Town, near Whitehaven, on Friday last, Mrs. Elizabeth FRAZER, aged 56 years.
At Workington, lately, Phoebe, the wife of Mr. J. WINN, aged 30 years.
At Mill Holme, near Bootle, on Wednesday, the 13th instant, of decline, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John ASKEW, in the 22nd year of her age.
At Crosby, near Maryport, on Friday, the 15th instant, Mr. R. MURRAY.
At Knutsford, Mr. BAIRD, late of Maryport, surgeon, in the prime of life.
On Friday last, at Brockwoodlees, Cannobie, Monroe, second son of Mr. Andrew DOW, of that place, aged 18 years.
On Tuesday, the 19th instant, at his house, Maize-hill Greenwich, in the 82nd year of age, after only four days' illness, William TAYLOR, Esq., Admiral of the Red, the only surviving officer who accompanied Captain COOK in his third voyage round the world, and was present at his death—most sincerely respected and beloved, and deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends.
At Penzance, on Wednesday week, in the 65th year ef his age, Mr. Richard POTTER, late M.P., for Wigan.