Saturday 16 Oct 1841 (p. 3, col. 7)
A Belgian Journal says—"A woman of Oreya, aged forty, and who had never before had a child, has just been brought to bed of three daughters."
At St. Mary's, on the 10th inst., Mr. Thomas IRVING, to Miss Eliza SCOTT.
At the Presbyterian Chapel, Fisher Street, on Saturday last, by the Rev. R. HUNTER, Mr. William BRIGGS, Railway Contractor, to Miss M. NICHOLSON, of Bardon Mill, Haltwhistle.
At New Church, Watermillock, on Tuesday, the 12th inst., by the Rev. F. MYERS, incumbent of St. John's, Keswick, the Rev. Wm. WHEWELL, B.D., Fellow and late Tutor of Trinity College, and Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Cambridge, to Cordilia, second daughter of John MARSHALL, Esq., of Hallsteads.
At Penrith, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. T. J. CLARK, M.A., George Monier WILLIAMS, Esq., of Brocklesby, Lincolnshire, eldest son of Col. WILLIAMS, of Woolton, near Liverpool, to Margaret, daughter of the late James BARROW, of Esq., Kendal.
At Cockermouth, on the 13th inst., Mr. Robert GEDLING, cabinet maker, Whitehaven, to Miss Elizabeth SMITHSON, of Cockermouth.
At Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. Thomas DALTON, Mr. Wm. BROWN, to Catherine, second daughter of John PONSONBY, Esq., both of Whitehaven.
At Loweswater, on the 5th inst., J. L. BROUGHAM, Esq., of Richmond, Yorkshire, to Mary, third daughter of the late J. SKELTON, Esq., of Foulsyke, Cumberland.
At Fordington, by the Rev. Dacre CLEMETSON, M.A., George ANDREWS, Esq., solicitor, of Weymouth, eldest son of the late Captain George ANDREWS, R.N., to Margaret, the youngest daughter of the late Captain M. CLARK, of Parton, in this county.
At Harrington, on Thursday week, Mr. William COTTIER, mate of the brig Argus, of Harrington, to Miss Elizabeth GRAHAM, both of that place.
At Crosscannonby, on the 7th inst., Mr. George THOMPSON, of Ellenborough, to Miss Mary HURST, of Maryport.
At Eden Place, near this city, on Sunday last, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thomas ATKIN, builder, aged 64 years. She was a loving wife, an affectionate parent, a kind hearted neighbour, and her death is deeply regretted by her family and all who knew her.
At Caldew Brow, on the 13th inst., Mrs. Mary GRAHAM, aged 84 years.
In Brown's Brewery Yard, English Damside, on the 15th inst., Mr. George HUTTON, aged 38 years.
In Willow Holme, on the 11th inst., Mr. John BONNER, aged 42 years.
At Pebble Cottage, near this city, on Wednesday last, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Wm. NICHOLSON, stonemason, aged 14 years.
At Houghton Court Estate, Jamaica, on the 20th of July last, after a few days illness, Mr. Thomas LANGHORN, youngest son of the late Mr. Edmond LONGHORN, of Cumwhinton, in this county, aged 25 years. Mr. LANGHORN had been in the island about twelve months only; he filled a very confidential situation on the above estate, and was highly esteemed by his employers.
At West Linton, on Thursday, the 13th inst., Mr. Thomas GRAHAM, highly and deservedly respected through life, and whose decease is deeply lamented by his relatives and friends.
At Penrith, on Monday, the 11th instant, Henry ADDISON, Esquire, aged 53 years. The deceased, who was on the Commission of the Peace for this County, and Chairman of the Penrith Board of Guardians, had by a long and active career of usefulness, and by the kindness of his disposition gained the esteem of all classes of society, and the affection of a large circle of relatives and friends, by whom his death will be long and deeply lamented.
At Penrith, on the 9th inst., of consumption, Joseph Moffat BLENKINSOP, aged 18 years, son of the late John BLENKINSOP, of London, and grandson of the late Wm. BLENKINSOP, yeoman, Hallfoot Mills. The deceased was of great amiability of manners, and of steady religious principles. He bore his affliction with unwavering patience and resignation, studiously endeavouring to follow the example of Him in whose ministry he had ardently longed to spend and be spent. His departure was accelerated by his close application to his studies.
At Penrith, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Mary HORSLEY, aged 81 years.
At Wigton, on the 9th inst., Frances, wife of Mr. John CAPE, grocer, aged 67 years.
At Wigton, on the 12th inst., Mary, daughter of Mr. Joseph ADDISON, aged 11 years.
At Wigton, on the 13th inst., Betsy, daughter of Mr. Wm. ROUTLEDGE, butcher, aged 4 years.
At Fernando Po, in July last, Robert, second son of Mr. HOODLESS, of Workington, aged 32 years.
At Old Town, near Hesket-in-the-Forest, of typhus fever, Jane, third daughter of Mr. John ROBLEY, aged 18 years.
At Maryport, on the 4th inst., Miss WILLIS, aged 52 years.
At Workington, on the 5th inst., Sarah, wife of Mr. George SUGDEN, aged 46 years.
At Distington, suddenly, on the 26th ult., owing to an injury received from his falling from a cart, while on his way to house some corn, Mr. Joseph HENDERSON, of that place, brewer, aged 29 years.
At Parton, on Wednesday week, Letitia, wife of Mr. Miles CORNTHWAITE, shoemaker, aged 24 years.
At Peel, in Loweswater, lately, Mr. John CLARK, advanced in years—much respected.
At Whitehaven, lately, Mrs. ALLINSON, relict of the late Mr. ALLINSON, saddler, advanced in years; Mr. James REED, engineer, aged 35 years; Mrs. Mary TRUIT, widow, aged 85 years; Mrs. GILLIOT, aged 68 years; Margaret, daughter of Mr. T. ELLIOT, nailor, aged 12 years.
At Middle Durgavel, in the parish of Dumfries, on the 9th inst., Margaret, wife of Mr. Wm. KERR, and second daughter of Mr. James ARMSTRONG, late farmer, in Lamonby, parish of Skelton, Cumberland.
At Rice, near Alston, on the 14th inst., Mr. Wm. HUTCHINSON, aged 51 years.
At Nenthead, Alston, on the 5th inst., at the house of her uncle, (Mr. Thomas HARRISON,) Mrs. Elizabeth LONSDALE, wife of the Rev. Wm. LONSDALE, and second daughter of the late David BATY, Nunclose, aged 29 years, much respected.
At Glasgow, on Saturday last, Dr. R. COWAN, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in the University of Glasgow.
On the 10th ult., at the house of the Rev. J. JOHNS, minister to the poor, Liverpool, Miss Margaret HAZLITT, sister of the late William HAZLITT, the distinguished essayist and critic, aged 71 years.
At Redvales, near Bury, on the 11th inst., after long and severe suffering, James OPENSHAW, Esq , aged 75 years.
At Swansea, lately, Mr. Morgan WILLIAM, aged 104 years and eleven months. He resided at Swansea (where the copper smoke is said to be so destructive to human life,) for the last 77 years! In his 99th year he walked to Llanelly (12 miles) in three hours.
DEATH OF LADY LORTON.—At Rockingham Castle, at half-past twelve o'clock on Thursday night, her ladyship departed this life, in the 68th year of her age. Her ladyship was some time declining, and her constitution, naturally weak, sunk suddenly and unexpectedly under the effects of influenza, which lately affected her. By her ladyship's death the public have lost a bright example and the poor an ardent friend.—Dublin Warder.
We have to announce the death of Lord MONSON, which took place on Thursday week. His Lordship was born in February, 1809, and succeeded to the peerage while in his first year. He married, in 1832, Theodosia, youngest daughter of Latham BLACKER, Esq., by whom he has not, we believe, left any children.