Saturday 15 Apr 1843   (p. 3, col. 7)





At Dalston, on Thursday, the 6th inst., Mrs. Joseph BECK, of a son. 





At Stanwix Church, by the Rev. T. WILKINSON, on Thursday, the 13th instant, Mr. G. BIGLANDS, grocer, to Mary, daughter of Mrs.

CARRUTHERS, innkeeper, Stanwix. 


At Bermuda, on the 2nd ult., by the Rev. J. F. LEIGHTBOURN, Thomas H. WARMER, Esq., of St. Vincent, to Sarah, second daughter of the

late Francis STODART, Esq., of this city. 


At Wigton, on the 5th inst., Mr. Hugh SHEPHERD, to Miss Ann BELL. 


At Penrith, since our last, Mr. Joseph MATTINSON, of Lowther New Town, to Sarah BURTON, of Heydale. 


At Lorton, on Saturday, the 25th ult., Mr. Daniel GASGARTH, of Buttermere, to Miss Jane GRINDELL, of Brackenthwaite. 


At the Collegiate Church, Manchester, on the 1st inst., Mr. William ROBINSON, Greystock, to Miss Mary STOBBART, Sebergham. 


At the Parish Church of St. Alphage, on the 6th inst., by the Lord Bishop of Chester, Captain Herbert Main DOBBIE, second son of the

late Captain W. H. DOBBIE, R.N., of Saling Hall, Essex, to Ellen, eldest daughter of Edward Hawke LOCKER, Esq., Commissioner of

Greenwich Hospital. [St. Alphage is the parish church in Greenwich. The marriage was registered in Greenwich District but the

groom's name was given as Robert Main DOBBIE. However, from baptisms of later children in India and in Hayton, Cumberland, on the

IGI, Herbert appears to be the correct first name.]




In this City, on Friday, the 14th inst., Mary, widow of the late Mr. John ATKINSON, tallow chandler, in her 46th year. 


In Irving's Court, Botchergate, on Thursday last, the 13th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Peter BLAIN, stone mason, aged 35 years. 


In this City, since our last, Mrs. Mary NIBLOCK, of Caldewgate, aged 65; Mrs. Mary TYSON, of Scotch-street, aged 69; Mr. Richard

ARMSTRONG, of Crosby-street, aged 67; Mrs. Margaret LOWES, of Castle-street, aged 53; Mr. James NICHOLSON, of Russell-street, aged

64 years. 


In Scotch Street, on the 10th inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. Robert SATTERTHWAITE, aged 61 years. Her kind disposition and obliging

manners had endeared her to a large circle of friends. 


At Wetheral, on the 31st ult., in her 89th year, Jane, the wife of Mr. Joseph ROBINSON-much and deservedly esteemed through life. 


At Warwick Bridge Mill, on Friday, the 7th inst., after a long and painful illness, which she bore with the greatest resignation,

Mrs. Elizabeth Mc.KNIGHT, aged 47 years-much and deservedly respected. 


At Dalston, on Friday, the 7th inst., aged two years and five months, John Blenkinsopp, son of Mr. Joseph BECK. 


At Cardewlees, near Dalston, on the 2nd inst., after an illness of 21 hours duration, Margaret, widow of the late Mr. William

HARRISON, mason, aged 65 years. 


At Thursby, on the 31st ult., David, youngest son of Mr. Andrew HILL, husbandman, aged three years. 


At Thursby, on Wednesday last, after a tedious illness, Ruth, widow of the late Mr. John BELL, shoemaker, aged 62 years. 


At Nenthead, on the 12th inst., Sarah, wife of Mr. Joseph SHIELD, aged 45 years. 


At Longtown, on Tuesday evening last, William, alias Billy MARRS, at an advanced age. 


At Wigton, on the 4th inst., Rachel, daughter of Mr. Thos. ROUTLEDGE, aged nine years; and on the 5th, Margaret, her sister, aged

seven years; on the 9th, Thomas, son of Mr. Samuel GRAVES, innkeeper, aged seven years. 


At the Union Workhouse, Wigton, on the 4th inst., George BIRD, aged 91 years. 


At Greenhill Farm, Westward, on the 28th ult., Thomas, son of Mr. John CARVER, aged 20 years-a seaman on board the Alligator, Capt.

SPARKS, in the late Chinese expedition. 


At Penrith, since our last, Miss Nelly PEARSON, Dockray, aged 75; William, son of Mr. John SLEE, Governor of the Union Workhouse,

aged 20 years. 


At Kirkoswald, on the 12th inst., Mrs. VARTY, aged 82 years -much and deservedly respected. 


At Cockermouth, on Saturday last, Mr. Philip KIRK, shoemaker, aged 70 years. 


At Keswick, on Tuesday week, Martha, only daughter of Mr Daniel YOUNGHUSBAND, in the 12th year of her age. The deceased endured a

long and painful illness with great patience and resignation. 


At Lorton, on Tuesday week, Mary, relict of Emanuel NORMAN, formerly of Dean Scales, aged 80 years. 


At Netherwasdale, on Wednesday week, after a long illness, Miss Peggy BOWMAN, schoolmistress, aged 65 years. 


At Hexham, on the 6th inst., aged seven years, Margaret Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. George SCOTT, tobacconist; same place, on the

8th inst., suddenly, aged 55 years, Mr. James ROBSON, grocer and seedsman. 


At Benin, in Africa, on the 19th November last, on board the Highfield, of Liverpool, (Capt. GLOVER), Mr. John BAINBRIDGE, aged 21

years, second mate of the above-named vessel, and a young man of great promise. The deceased was the eldest son of Mr. John

BAINBRIDGE, grocer, Workington. Captain GLOVER lost seven of his crew whilst at Benin. 


At Wilton, near Egremont, on Thursday week, after a long illness, Mr. Isaac DIXON, yeoman, aged 84 years-much respected. 


At Whitehaven, since our last, Mrs. Ann NELSON, widow, aged 75 years; Mr. Andrew ROSEWELL, in the 37th year of his age; and Tamar

SUTCLIFFE, widow, at an advanced age. 


Mr. MORDAN, the inventor of the patent pencil case, died very suddenly at an early hour on Monday morning, of apoplexy, after only

an hour's illness. He had been previously in perfect health. 


SUDDEN DEATH OF THE EARL OF HOPETOUN.-The Earl of Hopetoun died in his cab on Saturday morning last, while returning from the House

of Lords. He entered the cab apparently in good health. He had been subject to a disease of the heart. 


DEATH OF SIR FRANCIS SYKES, BT.-We have to announce the death of the above baronet, who expired on Thursday week, at Lennox Lodge.

The deceased was eldest son of the second baronet, by the eldest daughter of the Honourable Major HENNIKER, brother of the first

Lord HENNIKER, and succeeded to the baronetcy on the death of his father, in 1804. He was born in 1800, and married, in 1821, Miss

Henrietta VILLEBOIS, daughter of Mr. H. VILLEBOIS, by whom he leaves a family. His eldest son, now in his 21st year, succeeds to the

family honours and estates. 


At Genoa, on the 25th ult., Lady ERSKINE, wife of the Right Hon. Lord ERSKINE, her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister

Plenipotentiary at the court of Munich.