Saturday 06 Aug 1842 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At Gretna Green, on Thursday last, Mr. Richard CASTLES, driver of the Engineer Coach, to Catherine, youngest daughter of Mrs. MURRAY, of the Globe Inn, in this city.
At the Scotch Church, on Saturday morning last, by the Rev. T. PARK, Mr. Thomas ROBLEY, of Wetheral, to Miss Mary IRVING, of Carlisle.
At Penrith, on the 30th ult., Mr. Christopher ATKINSON, of Lazonby, to Miss Ann WATSON, of Penrith.
At the Parish Church, Huddersfield, on Thursday last, by the Rev. J. BATEMAN, vicar, Foster SHAW, Esq., merchant, to Caroline, only daughter of John ALLISON, Esq., solicitor, of Huddersfield, and niece to Mr. ALLISON, bookseller, Penrith.
At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mr. Gilliad WILSON, carpenter, to Miss Isabella WELSH.
At Cleator, on Monday week, Mr. Miles GALTHWATE, spade-maker, to Miss Margaret M'NEILLY, both of Cleator.
At Egremont, on Saturday week, Mr. Isaac HODGSON, of Bootle, tailor, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. Jeremiah NICHOLSON, butcher, of Egremont.
At Grasmere, on the 27th ult., William C. BROOKS, Esq., of Manchester, eldest son of Samuel BROOKS, Esq., banker, to Jane Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr. ORREL, of Grasmere.
At Morland, on the 23rd ult., Mr. John NICHOLSON, schoolmaster, Kirkbythore, to Hannah, daughter of Mr. Thomas TODD, of Bolton Hall.
At St. John's, Newcastle, on the 26th ult., Mr. Robert NICHOLSON, late of Temple Sowerby, Westmorland, to Miss Mary Ann Graham SEWELL, niece of Mrs. GRAHAM, Cumberland Arms, Tynemouth.
At Damside, Caldewgate, on Tuesday last, aged 15 years, Joseph, youngest son of Mr. William BELL.
In Scotch-street, since our last, Mrs. Isabella SLACK, aged 66 years.
At Hayton, on the 26th ult., after a lingering illness, Mr. John EVES, a pensioner from the Royal Horse Artillery, aged 56 years. The deceased served in the above Corps during a period of 28 years, and was present at the memorable Battle of Waterloo. He has for many years been a confidential coachman to Colonel WHINYATES, of Stone House, in whose service he breathed his last. He was much esteemed, and his death is greatly lamented.
At High Moor House, near Wigton, on Wednesday last, after a long and severe affliction, Miss HODGE, advanced in years.
At Wigton, on Sunday last, Isabella MOOR, aged 18 years.
At Maryport, in child-bed, on the 2nd instant, Mrs. Juliet ELLWOOD, aged 29 years.
At Hesket, on the 12th ult., Hannah, the daughter of Mr. Josias PEEL, aged 17 years.
At Irton, on Sunday last, Mr. William CLEMENTS, yeoman, aged 45 years.
At Penrith, on the 2nd instant, after a lingering illness, Mrs. WILSON, aged 66 years.
At Penrith, on the 29th ult., Miss Elizabeth RODGERS, aged 29 years.
At Shap Wells, on Thursday, the 28th ult., after a few days illness, Mr. John CLAPHAM, cattle dealer, of Clapham, Yorkshire, aged 53 years; much and deservedly regretted by a numerous acquaintance.
In London, on the 20th ult., Mr. Thomas WINDER, aged 40—a native of Appleby, in the County of Westmorland.
At Colby, near Appleby, on the 31st ult., Mary STUDHOLME, aged 80 years.
At Whitehaven, since our last, Mr. James STOUP, plasterer, aged 72; Mary, wife of Mr. Richard HODGSON, shoemaker, aged 60; Mr. Edward EVANS, aged 68; Mrs. Ann FRAZER, widow, aged 62; and Mrs. Ann RUSSELL, widow, aged 69 years.
At Egremont, on Monday week, Rebecca, wife of Mr. Henry TYSON, aged 72 years.
At High Harrington, on Friday week, Margaret, wife of Mr. Thomas ELLIOT, aged 62 years.
In Ramsey, Isle of Man, on Wednesday week, Mrs. RADCLIFFE, wife of Captain Thos. RADCLIFFE, of the Ecaster, of Whitehaven, aged 44 years.
At Chipchase Strothers, on the 21st ult., aged 88 years, Mr. William SCOTT, formerly of Kerrington, near Newcastleton. The deceased attended Stagshaw Bank fair for 78 successive years.
At Liverpool, on Wednesday, the 27th ult., Mr. Whittaker ROBINSON, late proprietor of the Adelphi Hotel livery stables, and formerly of Great Broughton, Cumberland, aged 37 years;—much respected.
At Scarborough, on Tueday week, Mr. W. R. BEVERLEY, manager of the Sunderland and Durham theatres, aged 70 years. Mr. BEVERLEY early imbibed a love for the stage, and acted in many provincial theatres. He married a Miss CHAPMAN, a young aspirant for dramatic honours, and through her relatives received an offer from Covent-garden Theatre, making his debut October the 1st, 1800, as David, in The Rivals. His wife appeared on the 30th of September, in the following year, as Cherry, in The Beaux Stratagem. Mr. BEVERLEY was, at different times, manager of the Sheerness, Richmond, Woolwich, Croydon, and other theatres. In 1813 he took the house in Tottenham-street, which he conducted for thirteen or fourteen years, with great credit—no actor ever leaving his doors without his salary. At the expiration of his holding, he took the Chelmsford, Hythe, and subsequently the Manchester theatre; the latter poved [sic] a failure, and he became lessee of the Sunderland circuit. He retained his powers to the last, but a cold brought on dangerous symptoms, and after a short illness he expired at Scarborough. He was a man of an iron constitution, and a kindly heart; half the actors of the present day have been under his management.
At his seat, Millhill, near Blackburn, on Sunday se'night, in his 66th year, William TURNER, Esq., member in several Parliaments for that borough. Mr. TURNER was an extensive calico printer, High Sheriff of Cheshire in 1826, and was father of the late Mrs. LEGH, of Lyme Hall, who was the only daughter and heiress of the honourable gentleman, and whose name is associated with a celebrated abduction case in 1826. Mr. TURNER stood for Blackburn at the last election on reform principles, when he was defeated by George HORNBY, Esq., the present member, by one vote.