Saturday 04 Mar 1843   (p. 3, col. 7)

 

 

Marriages.

 

At the Registrar's Office, Brampton, on Saturday last, Mr. Lowingham HALL, painter, to Miss Margaret WALLACE, both of Brampton. 

 

At the Parish Church, Wigton, on Wednesday, the 1st inst., by the Rev. Robert THOMPSON, rector of Shotley-Field, Northumberland,

Thomas TODD, Esq., of Broadwood, Durham, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. TIFFEN, of Cross Hills, near Wigton. 

 

At the Register Office, Wigton, on the 25th ult., Mr. John SPARK, miner, to Miss Jane RICHARDSON, both of Hesket-new-Market. 

 

At Cockermouth, on Monday last, Mr. George RELPH, feltmaker, to Miss Elizabeth LADYMAN; Mr. Robert KENNON, mariner, to Miss Jane

BOWMAN; and Mr. George ROBINSON, joiner, to Miss Mary Ann GREEN. 

 

At Ponsonby, on Saturday last, Mr. John MUNCASTER, of Haile, shoemaker, to Miss MOSSOP, daughter of the late Mr. John MOSSOP, of

Church House; on Saturday last, Mr. Thos. GREENUP, butler at Ponsonby Hall, to Miss THOMPSON, cook at the same place. 

 

At Gosforth, on Saturday last, Mr. Isaac KAY, husbandman, to Miss Hannah SEWELL, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. SEWELL, formerly of

Blengdale, in the same parish. 

 

At Whitehaven, on the 23rd ult., the Rev. Joseph Empson MIDDLETON, of Brandsby, Yorkshire, to Caroline Battey, youngest daughter of

the Rev. R. P. BUDDICOM, perpetual curate of Saint Bees, and Principal of the Clerical College at that place; on the 25th, Mr.

Robert GORREY to Miss Elizabeth Margaret CAIN, both of Ginns; and on the 25th, Mr. William BENNET, of Ginns, stone mason, to Miss

Margaret HORNE, of Hensingham. 

 

At Dearham, on the 23rd ult., Mr. A. DALZELL, of Stainburn Hall, to Miss BLACKSTOCK, of Dearham Hall. 

 

At Kendal, on Monday the 20th ult., Mr. Tobias D. BOLTON, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. J. MALLINSON, clothier, Kendal. 

 

At Glasslough, the seat of her brother, C. P. LESLIE, Esq., M.P., on Monday, the 20th ult., Lord John BERESFORD to Miss LESLIE,

daughter of the late Col. LESLIE. 

 

 

Deaths.

 

In English Damside, on the 26th ult., Mr. Robert Holliday WELSH, aged 40 years. 

 

In Lowthian's Lane, on the 28th ult., William HARPER, aged 18 years. 

 

In Borough Street, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Mary REX, aged 46 years. 

 

In John Street, Botchergate, on Monday last, Mrs. Elizabeth Mc.ILLROY, aged 35 years. 

 

In Bridge Street, on the 2nd instant, Eleanor HOGARTH, aged 60 years. 

 

At the West Walls, on Thursday, the 2nd instant, Mrs. Elizabeth JONES, widow of the Rev. Lewis JONES, late of Durham, aged 80 years.

 

 

At Woodbank, on Friday, the 17th instant, aged 14 years, James Graham, third son of Mr. James HARRINGTON. 

 

At Burgh-by-Sands, on the 22nd ult., Mrs. Mary MARTIN, the wife of Mr. Robert MARTIN, cooper, after a protracted illness of some

years, which she bore with the utmost resignation. 

 

At Brampton, on the 25th ult., at the house of Mr. Thomas HAUGH, Miss PROUD, aged 21 years. 

 

At Standingstone, near Wigton, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. Mary WATSON, aged 80 years. 

 

At Dockrayrigg, near Wigton, on the 24th ult., Chambers, son of Mr. John BARNES, aged 14 years. 

 

At Wigton, on the 1st instant, Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph WILSON, aged 26 years. 

 

At Sebergham Brow Top, on Sunday last, Mrs. Isabella LITTLE, aged 86 years-much respected through life. She has left 13 children, 57

grandchildren, and 31 great grand children. 

 

At Hudgill, near Alston, on the 24th ult., Mr. Thos. KEENLEYSIDE, aged 45 years. 

 

At Foundarge, near Alston, on the 27th ult., Mr. John MARTINDALE, aged 38 years. 

 

At Parton, near Whitehaven, a few days ago, Mr. John HARTLEY, in the 78th year of his age, formerly dray man at the New Brewery,

Carlisle. 

 

At Maxwelltown, near Dumfries, Mr. John BLACKIE, millwright, formerly of this city, aged 85 years. 

 

At Liverpool, on the 23rd ult., Matilda NICHOLSON, the wife of Mr. Thomas NICHOLSON, late of Dalston, innkeeper. 

 

At Tallantire, on Thursday, the 23rd ult., Mary, only daughter of Mr. Joseph CARTER, aged 42 years. 

 

At Lane Foot, in Lamplugh, on Friday, the 24th ult., Ann, the wife of Mr. Isaac DICKINSON, shoemaker, of typhus fever, aged 24

years. 

 

At Guards End, in the parish of Gosforth, on Thursday week, Mr. John MIDDLETON, yeoman, aged 73. 

 

At Netherwasdale, on Monday last, after a long illness, Mrs. HUDLESTON, relict of the late John HUDLESTON, Esq., of Rainors, in

Gosforth, aged 83 years. 

 

At Duddon Grove, near Whitehaven, on Friday morning, the 24th ult., after a short illness, the Rev. Wm. MILLERS, B.D., aged 76

years. 

 

At Whitehaven, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Mary WOOD, widow, aged 46 years, relict of Mr. William WOOD, grocer and spirit merchant, King

Street, and daughter of the late Mrs. LONSDALE, of the Cumberland Tavern, Mersey Street, Liverpool; on Tuesday week, Dinah, the

daughter of Mr. Matthew SPEDDING, aged 14 months; Margaret, daughter of Mr. Daniel NELSON, aged 64 [sic]; on the 26th, Jane, wife of

the said Daniel NELSON, aged 64; Rachael DOBSON, spinster, aged 47; Mr. Charles BIRKETT, at an advanced age. 

 

At Parton, near Whitehaven, last week, Mary, wife of Mr. James MURRAY, in the 34th year of her age. 

 

At Milford, on Friday week, after a short illness, Captain QUINTON, of the schooner Elizabeth, of Whitehaven. 

 

At Newcastleton, Roxburghshire, on the 23rd instant, advanced in years, Mr. William ELLIOT, formerly writer in Hawick. 

 

At Liverpool, on Thursday week, at an advanced age, Mrs. MOORE, formerly of Whitehaven. 

 

At Liverpool, on the 24th ult., after a lingering illness, aged 48, Anne, the wife of Mr. John SMITH, late lecturer on education,

and now one of the Proprietors of the Liverpool Mercury. 

 

At his house, in Duke street, Westminster, on Tuesday week, Robert ALEXANDER, Esq., one of the Benchers of Lincoln's Inn, and the

Senior Queen's Counsel on the Northern Circuit. 

 

LONGEVITY.-A woman named Rachael PARKINSON died on the 18th ult., in Mitre Street, South Shields, aged 104 years. She had the use of

her faculties till within four weeks of her death.