Saturday 10 Sep 1842   (p. 3, col. 7)

 

Marriages.

At St. Mary's, on the 6th inst., Mr. Thomas GILBERTSON, to Mrs. Jane BLENKINSOP.

At Penrith, on the 30th ult., Mr. William SCOTT, to Miss Martha GREEN; on the 7th inst., Mr. John TURNER, hatter, to Miss Ann VIPOND; on the 8th inst., Mr. Thomas SANDERSON, whitesmith, to Miss Ann FALLOWFIELD.

At Sephton, on Wednesday week, Mr. John FEATHER, of Penrith, to Eliza, third daughter of the late James GRUNDY, Esq.

At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Thos. DALTON, Mr. Robert RIMMER, mariner, to Miss Sarah WALKER.

At the new Roman Catholic Chapel, near Whitehaven, on Monday week, Mr. Thomas FLINN, nailor, to Miss Ann HELLON, both of Whitehaven.

At Moresby, on Sunday last, by the Rev. F. WODEHOUSE, A.M., rector, Mr. James SIMPSON, to Miss Margaret LOWES, both of Parton.

At Cockermouth, on Monday last, Mr. George BROCKBANK, weaver, to Miss Ann BROUGH.

At Darlington, on the 21st ult., Mr. Thomas POTTS, of Blackwell, to Mrs. FENNY, widow of the late Mr. John FENNY, of Bolton House, near Cockermouth.

MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.—On Wednesday last, at St. George's church, Hanover-square, Lord Charles BEAUCLERK, brother to the Duke of St. Alban's, led to the hymeneal altar Miss STOPFORD, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. STOPFORD.

 

Deaths.

At Appleby, on Tuesday, the 6th instant, Mr. T. ARMSTRONG, druggist, formerly of Fisher Street, in this city, aged 52 years.

In Rickergate, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, painter and glazier, aged 58 years.

In John Street, on the 2nd inst., Ann MASON, aged 47 years.

In John Street, on the 2nd inst., John MASON, aged 63 years.

At Brampton, on Monday last, Mr. John FLEMING, aged 46 years.

At Penrith, on Monday, the 5th inst., Thomas LAW, Esq., surgeon, after a painful illness of four weeks. The death of this respected gentleman is very generally lamented by the inhabitants of Penrith and its neighbourhood.

At Penrith, lately, Ann, wife of Mr. Robert MOUNSEY, Fish Inn, aged 23 years; on the 2nd inst., Mr. Wm. BLENKINSHIP, farmer, aged 63 years.

At Hards, Abbey Holme, on the 24th ult., Mr. Twentyman WILSON, aged 52 years.

At Mossends, Abbey Holme, on the 29th ult., Mr. Thomas IRVING, tailor, aged 25 years.

At Wigton, on the 2nd instant, Catherine, wife of Mandy M'KEAVER, aged 51 years.

At Wigton, on Saturday last, William, son of Mr. John COCKBURN, grocer, aged 4 years.

At Holborn Hill, on the 26th ult., Mr. George PHIZAKLEA, of Dalton, blacksmith, aged 50, after a very short and severe illness.

At Abbott Lodge, near Penrith, on the 29th ult., aged 33 years, Ann, third daughter of Mr. Christopher ABBOT, yeoman.

At Milnthorpe, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Mary TOWERS, aged 72; and at Storth, near Milnthorpe, on Friday week, Mrs. Margaret LANCASTER, aged 75 years.

At Low Hill, Liverpool, on the 15th ult., Samuel TOLSON, Esq., formerly of Maryport, in the 87th year of his age.

At Unerigg, near Maryport, on the 28th ult., Mr. Thomas DONALD, aged 82 years.

At Maryport, lately, Ann, wife of Mr. Wm. WOOD, aged 73 years.

At Workington, lately, Mr. Patrick CRANNEY, aged 72 years; and Mrs. PRATT, widow, aged 78 years.

At Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, Mrs. Jane DARGUE, widow, aged 76 years; same day, after a tedious illness, Mr. John GRIMSHAW, schoolmaster, aged 33 years.

At Woodend, near Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Rowland WILSON, yeoman, aged 68 years.

At Haigh, near Wigan, Lancashire, lately, Frances, the wife of Mr. Robert SELKIRK, and second daughter of Mr. John DALE, mill-wright, Egremont, aged 34 years.

At Bombay, on the 16th of June last, of cholera, on board the Harbinger, Capt. CANDLISH, James, son of Mr. MURRAY, shoemaker, Whitehaven.

At Culdrum, near Coleraine, Ireland, Rebecca GLEN, the Widow DOUGHERTY, in her 105th year.

At Devizes, Mrs. BRAGG, in her 96th year. She never suffered a day's illness in her life.

At the Black Venn, near Bromyard, Mrs. Martha SMITH, in her 101st year. Her faculties remained unimpaired to the last. On attaining her 100th year she celebrated the event by leading off in a country dance, on which occasion she met a great number of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

At Ballinagown, near Portadown, Ireland, Mrs. Mary CORR, in her 116th year. This venerable matron was born in 1726, and consequently lived during the reigns of six sovereigns of Great Britain. She was a woman of great mental and physical faculties, and gifted with a strong understanding and most retentive memory; she attended the weekly market of Portadown regularly till within three years of her death; and her sight was so good that she could thread a fine cambric needle.