Saturday 31 Jul 1841   (p. 3, col. 7)



On Wednesday, the 28th instant, Mrs. SIMPSON, Middlegate, Penrith, of a Son.



At Farlam, on the 27th instant, Mr. William DOBSON, of Gelstone, to Miss MOSES, of Tarn House.

At Penrith, on Thursday, the 29th instant, Mr. Edward BROWN, to Miss Jane BOLTON; and Mr. John BLAND, tailor, to Miss Isabella LOWTHIAN, second daughter of Mr. A. LOWTHIAN, clerk of Temple Sowerby Church.

At Flimby, on Monday, the 19th instant, Captain WELSH, of the Lady Eleanor, of Maryport, to Miss WILKINSON, eldest daughter of Captain WILKINSON, of the Paragon, also of Maryport.

At St. Bees, Mr. Richard HADWIN, sailmaker, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr. Richard WOOF, stone-mason, Corkickle.

At Kirkthorpe, William ECCLES, Esq., of Davenham, Cheshire, to Cecilia Sarah Frances, eldest daughter of the late Rev. R. P. GOODENOUGH, Prebendary of Carlisle.

At Everton, near Liverpool, on Thursday, the 22nd instant, by the Rev. R. P. BUDDICOM, M.A., Principal of Saint Bees, the Rev. David ANDERSON, M.A., Theological Lecturer at Saint Bees, eldest son of Archibald ANDERSON, Esq., late of the Hon. East India Company's Service, to Ellen, eldest daughter of the late James MARSDEN, Esq., of Everton.



In Friars' Court, at the house of her son-in-law, Mr. George TURNBULL, Mrs. Mary GRISDALE, formerly of Greystoke, aged 70 years.

At Buckabank, at the house of Mrs. MARTINDALE, on the 28th instant, Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr. John STRONG, of Rattenrow, aged two years and four months.

At Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on Thursday, the 29th instant, Mr. William PATRICKSON, formerly of Knells, near this city, aged 88 years.

At Warwick, near this city, on Monday, the 19th instant, Mr. William CARRUTHERS, aged 82 years.

At Newton, in the parish of Irthington, on the 28th instant, Mr. James BELL, aged 74 years.

At Slacks, in the parish of Bewcastle, on Monday, the 26th instant, after a few days severe illness, Barbara, relict of the late Edward FORRESTER, of Slacks, aged 78 years.

At Bankend, in the parish of Bewcastle, on the 29th ult., Mr. John GRAHAM, yeoman, aged 78 years.

At Penrith, on Wednesday, the 28th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth HILL, widow, aged 83 years. She had been employed for upwards of forty years in the Carleton Hall Gardens, and had attended the market in good health on the day previous to her death.

At Cockermouth, on Sunday, the 25th instant, Miss Ann PEARSON, aged 34 years.

At Maryport, very suddenly, on Monday, the 19th instant, Mr. Daniel CLARKE, carrier, aged 54 years. The deceased was in the shop of Mr.FEARON, grocer, in the act of delivering goods, when he was suddenly seized with indisposition and fell. Medical aid was instantly procured, but it proved of no avail—life was extinct.

At Workington, lately, Mrs. Mary SHIELDS, aged 57 years; Mr. Robert TURNBULL, cooper, aged 46 years; and Sarah, wife of Mr John ROWLANDS, aged 18 years.

At Inmans, Bootle, on Wednesday, the 21st instant, Richard, infant son of Mr. E. TYSON.

At Haltwhistle, on the 21st instant, Lewis T. L. SCAIFE, son of Mr. William SCAIFE, aged 25 years.

At Edinburgh, on Friday, the 23rd instant, where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Fanny, the wife of Wilson PERRY, Esq., solicitor, of Whitehaven, aged 55 years. Her highly amiable character had endeared her to a large circle of friends, by whom her memory will long be affectionately cherished.

At Whitehaven, lately, Mr. Joseph WILSON, butcher, aged 54 years; Mr. John M'CADE, ship-carpenter, aged 32 years; Mrs. Mary MAXWELL, widow; Mrs. Ann M'LAUGHLIN, widow, aged, 84 years.

At the Union Workhouse, Whitehaven, Mr. Henry FORSTER, of St. John's, Beckermont, aged 57 years; Mrs. Rose DICKENSON, of Parton, aged 64 years; Mr. Walter HUME, aged 77; and Mr. Peter SUMPTON, aged 73 years