Saturday 20 May 1843   (p. 3, col. 7)



At St. Mary's Church, on the 14th inst., Mr. William HODGSON, grocer, Botchergate, to Miss Jane CARRUTHERS, dress-maker, Annetwell Street; same day, Mr. Anthony PARKER, sawyer, to Miss Mary M'ALLISTER, of the Willow Holme.

At St. Andrew's Church, Newcastle, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. S. NICHOL, of Hetton, Mr. R. T. LIGHTFOOT, surgeon, Newcastle, son of the late Mr. LIGHTFOOT, of Carlisle, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Thomas BELL, Esq., of Newcastle.

At Bowness, on Saturday last, Mr. Benjamin BARRETT, tea-dealer, Wigton, to Miss Ann LOGAN, of Bowness.

At Alston, on the 18th inst., Mr. Thomas HARRISON, of Greenends, to Miss Rebecca WALTON, of Galligill.

At Crosthwaite Church, by the Rev. Mr. HUNTER, Arthur DOVER, Esq., of Skiddaw Bank, near Keswick, to Miss Jane LANCASTER, niece of the late Isaac LANCASTER, Esq., of Spring Bank, near Keswick.

At Cockermouth, by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M. on Tuesday, the 15th inst., Mr. Joseph ROBINSON, foreman to Mr. WILSON, hat manufacturer, to Miss WILSON, milliner, Bridge End.

At Crosscanonby, on the 13th inst., Mr. Joseph DIXON, to Miss Eleanor MOORE; on the 15th, Mr. James TURNER, to Miss Isabella WILSON, all of Maryport.

At Trinity Church, Ulverston, on the 9th inst., Mr. Thomas MOSS, attorney's clerk, to Miss Elizabeth ASPDEN, both of Ulverston; on the 10th, at the parish church, Mr. Robert STONES, mariner, to Miss M. SEWARD, both of Ulverston.

At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, by the Rev. Thomas DALTON, Mr. George QUAYLE, plasterer, to Miss Elizabeth RILEY.

At Ross, Van Dieman's Land, on the 8th of December, 1842, Benjamin HORNE, Esq., J. P., of Cheswick, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Thomas MANLEY, Esq., formerly of Whitehaven.

At the Friends' Meeting House, at Lancaster, on the 11th inst., Richard BATT, of Yealand, to Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late George CROSFIELD, of Lancaster.



On Sunday last, in Abbey-street, after a long illness, Mr. John WILSON, drysalter, aged 51 years. Mr. WILSON was the first Treasurer of the Borough appointed under the Municipal Reform Act, an office which he held until the end of last year. He was highly respected through life, by a very large circle of acquaintances.

In Castle Street, on Sunday last, Joseph, youngest son of Mr. John CARRICK, china merchant, in his 18th year.

In this City, on Sunday last, John Gibbons, son of the Rev. Joseph TWENTYMAN, and grand-son of the late Rev. Thomas ROGERS, of Wakefield, aged 11 years.

At the Railway Hotel, Carlisle, on the 17th inst., where he was staying for the benefit of his health, John MAURTIN, Esq., of Newcastle.

On Sunday last, the 14th inst., Jane, relict of the late Mr. Thomas RAILTON, of Carleton, near this city, in her 88th year.

At Priors Lee, Shropshire, on Sunday last, Mr. Robert FANLON, formerly of Drumbrugh, in this county, in his 79th year.

At Bath, on the 13th inst., in her 70th year, Miss YATES, daughter of the late J. O. YATES, Esq., of Skirwith Abbey, and sister of the late Major AGLIONBY, member for the County of Cumberland. [Mary YATES and Francis AGLIONBY were both children of John Orfeur YATES and his wife Mary née AGLIONBY. Francis’ surname was YATES at birth but he later  took the surname AGLIONBY because this was a condition for his inheriting estates from his mother’s sisters.]

At Walworth, near London, on Monday the 8th inst., aged 62, Mr. John CARRICK, formerly of Wardrew House, Gilsland.

At Wigton, on the 11th inst., Esther, widow of the late Mr. James ATKINSON, aged 53 years; on the 13th, Mr. William WILLIS, aged 32 years; on the 15th, Miss Mary Ann POTTS, aged 37 years; on the 17th, Mr. John TYSON, auctioneer, aged 80 years.

At Oulton, on the 15th inst., Mr. George HARDON, aged 70 years.

At Penrith, on the 13th inst., Jane, widow of the late George ABBOT, weaver, aged 79 years; on the 17th, Mr. John ROPER, painter, aged 72.

At Alston, on the 12th inst., Mr. John WILSON, aged 27.

At Great Clifton, near Workington, on the 16th inst., Mary, the beloved wife of William CANNON, Esq., and eldest daughter of Joseph BUSHBY, Esq., of Liverpool, aged 34 years. The deceased bore a long illness with pious resignation, and has left a large circle of relations and friends to lament the loss of one so universally respected.

At Keswick, on the 11th inst., Hannah, wife of Mr. John TOPPING, aged 37 years.

At Cockermouth, on the 10th inst., Mr. John DENWOOD, tanner, aged 51 years.

At Grosvenor Row, London, on the 8th inst., Mr. Joseph THOMPSON, formerly of Cockermouth, in his 63rd year.

At her mother's house, King street, Maryport, on the 15th after an illness of eight years, Sarah Fell, eldest daughter of the late Thomas SCAIFE, Esq., formerly of Liverpool, merchant, in her 32nd year.

At Maryport, on the 14th inst., Mr. George M'CARTNEY, after an illness of many years duration, aged 58.

At Maryport, on the 12th inst., Mr. John CAMPBELL, shipwright, in an advanced age.

At Winscales, near Egremont, lately, Mary, the daughter of Mr. William TYSON, farmer, aged 11 years.

At St. Bees, Whitehaven, on the 9th inst., Mr. James COATES, Student of the Clerical Institution, and son of the Rev. James COATES, of Bakewell, Derbyshire.

At Whitehaven, on the 12th inst., Mr. Francis NICHOLSON, late sergeant in the staff of the Royal Cumberland Militia, in the 71st year of his age; same day, Mr. John GRAHAM, shoemaker, aged 33 years; lately, Mrs. Catherine LEECE, widow, aged 64 years; on the 13th inst., aged 36 years, Mr. Robert CRANE, mariner, son of Mr. Phillip CRANE, shoemaker.

At Hawswater House, Bampton, Christopher BOWSTEAD, Esq., aged 60 years, eldest surviving son of the Rev. John BOWSTEAD, B.D.

At his residence, Belgrave Square, on Thursday week, Lord FITZGERALD, President of the board of Control for the affairs of India.

DEATH OF HERR LANNER.—Continental papers announce the death of Herr LANNER, the celebrated German waltz director, the most popular throughout Europe of all contemporary composers—his rival STRAUSS, perhaps, excepted. So much beloved was he by the public of Vienna, that a procession of upwards of one hundred and twenty thousand persons is said to have followed his body to the grave, including the principal craftsmen's guilds and the orchestra, headed by STRAUSS, and two hundred performers.