Saturday 18 Sep 1841   (p. 3, col. 7)

 

Births.

At Bishopgate, Windsor, on the 9th inst., the Lady of J. POCKLINGTON, Esq., of Barrow House, of a daughter.

 

Marriages.

At St. Mary's, on the 13th inst., Mr. Michael CONNOLLY, to Miss Eizabeth HARREN.

At Cockermouth, by the Rev. E. FAWCETT, A.M., Mr. W. FAULDER, veterinary surgeon, to Mrs. Ann SATTHERTHWAITE.

At St. Phillip's Church, Liverpool, on the 12th inst., Mr. William KINSEY, of Grapnell, near Warrington, to Grace, fifth daughter of Mr. William TICKLE, of Maryport.

At Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, on the 8th inst., the Rev. William GRAHAM, Newcastle, to Mary Coxall, daughter of the late Thomas THOMPSON, Esq., surgeon, and neice of the late Lieutenant General Sir Thomas BOWSER.

At Kirkby Stephen, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. the Vicar, Mr. Thomas REA, to Miss Mary WHITE, both of Soulby.

At Ambleside, on the 6th inst., J. FLETCHER, Esq., of Manchester, to Miss BARGE, of the same place.

At Bowness Church, Windermere, Mr. P. RABY, Bare, Lancashire, to Miss Mary MASHITER, Old Hall, Calgarth.

At the Superintendent Registrar's Office, Kendal, on Tuesday week, Mr. Richard FORSYTH, shoemaker, to Mrs. WILKINSON. Richard is seventy-eight years of age, and his blushing spouse is in her seventy-ninth year.

At Crosscannonby, on the 11th inst., Mr. Wilson REID, shoemaker, to Miss Mary ARMSTRONG, both of Maryport.

At St. John's, Beckermet, on Saturday last by the Rev. Mr. SHEFFIELD, Mr. Henry HALE, husbandman, to Miss Mary PATTINSON, dressmaker, both of Beckermet.

At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, on Sunday last, Mr. John NICHOLSON, mariner, to Miss Elizabeth M'KNIGHT, both of Whitehaven.

At Alston, on the 11th inst., Mr. William DAVIDSON, of Craig, in Garrigill, to Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. Jonathan CLEMENTSON, of Hudgill.

 

Deaths.

In George Street, in this city, on the 12th inst., Sarah Ann, only daughter of Mr. Ellwood BROCKBANK, aged 10 years.

In Irish Damside, on the 13th inst., Thomas BELL, aged 47 years.

In Queen Street, on the 13th inst., Arthur RENNIE, aged 80 years.

In Caldewgate Workhouse, on the 16th inst., Jane MURDOCK, aged 25 years.

In Bread Street, on the 15th inst., Jane NEWLANDS, aged 35 years.

In Sowerby Street, Botchergate, on the 12th inst. Mr. Neil M'VAY, aged 63 years.

At Lowhouses, near Wigton, on the 15th inst., Mary, the wife of Mr. Joseph BUSHBY, aged 68 years.

In New Street, Wigton, on the 13th inst., at the house of Mrs. NICHOL, Mr. George NELSON, surgeon, aged 28 years; also in the same house, and on the same day, Miss Mary NICHOL, aged 14 years.

At Penrith, lately, Mr. John BRISCOE, blacksmith, aged 27 years; John, son of Mr. Wm. ARMSTRONG, farmer, aged 3 years.

At Annan, on the 5th instant, Mrs. Andrew LITTLE, much and deservedly esteemed.

At Portman Square, London, on Friday, the 10th instant, James BLAIR, Esq., of Penningham, late M.P. for the county of Wigtown.

At Dornoch, Mrs. Thomas IRVING, at an advanced age—many years of the Greyhound inn there.

At Heather House, Bewcastle, on Friday week, Mrs. MOODY, widow of the late Charles MOODY, aged 81 years.

At Longtown, on Thursday week, Mary MAXWELL, spinster, at an advanced age.

In London, aged 67, Mr. Jeremiah TOPPIN, son of the late Mr. Joseph TOPPIN, of Carlisle Cathedral.

At Hawkshead, on the 30th of the 8th month, in the 54th year of her age, Rachael BRAGG, youngest daughter of the late Isaac BRAGG, Esq., of Cross, near Whitehaven.

At Keswick, on Wednesday week, Mrs. Mary SCOTT, a maiden lady, in the 67th year of her age.

At Cockermouth, on Saturday, the 11th inst., after a short illness, William RUDD, Esq. The deceased was a worthy and amiable man in all the relations of life, and possessed qualities which did not fail to secure for him the regard and esteem of all classes of his fellow-townsmen, amongst whom he lived respected and has died universally lamented. The demise of so amiable a man as Mr. RUDD in his private capacity, independent of the stern integrity which invariably distinguished his public conduct, cannot fail to be a loss to the town in which he lived, where the force of his example must have been peculiarly felt. It falls to the lot of few men to be more deeply lamented than Mr. RUDD, and amongst those who will most keenly feel his death will be his amiable widow and a young family, to whom his loss, as a kind husband and an affectionate father, can never be supplied.

At Cockermouth, on the 6th inst., Mr. John LIDDLE, woollen weaver, and clerk of the Independent Chapel, aged 45 years.

At Flimby, near Maryport, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Jane JACKSON, aged 73 years.

At Cockermouth, on Thursday week, Mr. John HOLMES, common carrier, aged 83 years.

At Greysouthen, on Wednesday week, Mr. Robert CORT, aged 85, one of the Society of Friends.

At Workington, lately, Miss Mary WILSON, aged 38 years, much respected.

At Calderbridge, on Thursday week, highly and deservedly esteemed, Isabella, wife of Mr. James BINGHAM, aged 32 years.

In Mount Pleasant, Jane, wife of Mr. William HUGHES, aged 37 years.

At the Scotch Street Workhouse, in Whitehaven, Barbara MILLER, aged 63 years.

At Newbiggin, near Ravenglass, on Tuesday week, awfully sudden, whilst on a visit at the house of Mr. PRITT, Mrs. Jane SIMPSON, widow, of New Lowther Street, in Whitehaven, aged 76 years.

At Walls, near Ravenglass, on Wednesday week, suddenly, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. J. BROWN, in the prime of life.

At Garrigill, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Hannah DODD, aged 71 years.

At Brownside, near Alston, on the 15th inst., Henry, son of Mr. George YEATS, aged 21 years.