Saturday 11 Dec 1841   (p. 3, col. 6)



At York, on the 3rd instant, the Countess of Eglinton and Winton, of a son.

On Tuesday, the 30th ult., a poor woman, named PLUMMER, residing in Marlborough Street, Trafalgar Road, Greenwich, of three children, one boy and two girls, who are all living. Her husband is a poor waterman, and his family now amounts to nine persons.

The wife of Mr. Robert WILLIAMSON, millwright, Falls, near Belfast, of three fine daughters, all of whom with the mother, are doing well. The mother is herself a twin.



At the Register Office, in this City, on Monday last, Mr. John GATE, warper, of Bread Street, Caldewgate, formerly of Wigton, to Miss Jane ABRAHAM, of Bread Street.

At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. William HEWITSON, of Aikhead, Low House, near Wigton, to Nancy, second daughter of Mr. John NICHOLSON, of Eskrigg; at the same place, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph WISE, to Miss Jane GRAHAM, both of Braithwaite House, near Wigton.

At Ainstable, on the 9th instant, Mr. Isaac HARRINGTON, steward to H. A. AGLIONBY, Esq., M.P., to Miss LAWRENCE, of Staffield, near Kirkoswald.

At Crosthwaite Church, Keswick, Mr. Robert BOWMAN, painter and brazier, to Miss Grace TEASDALE, both of Keswick; same place, Mr. Adam SLEE, of Borrowdale, to Miss BEWSHER, of Keswick.

At Cockermouth, on Tuesday, the 30th ult., Horatius NEEDHAM, Esquire, only son of Joseph NEEDHAM, Esquire, of Newston, Rutlandshire, and Park, Leicestershire, to Hannah, sixth daughter of Mr. Joseph SANDERSON, banker, Cockermouth; same place, on Monday last, Mr. Hugh BOYD, to Miss Mary M'GUIRE.

At Workington, on Thursday, the 3rd instant, Mr. John HEWITSON, miller, to Miss Sarah STODDART; same place, on Sunday last, Mr. William M'CARTAN, blacksmith, to Miss Hannah HASTINGS.

At Bongate, on the 20th ult., Mr. John MARTINDALE, to Miss Christiana HARRISON.

At Broughton-in-Furness, on the 4th instant, by the Rev. R. PEARSON, Mr. W. DIXON, of Waltham Hill, to Miss Hannah SAWREY, of Hole-beck.

At the Parish Church, Lancaster, on Thursday, the 2nd instant, by the Rev. Robert GIBSON, A.M., vicar of Bolton-by-the-Sand, Thomas Yeats Parker MICHAELSON, Esquire, of the Isle af Barrow, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Charles GIBSON, Esq., of Quernmore Park, both in the County of Lancaster.



On Sunday morning, the 5th instant, at his residence, Paternoster Row, Mr. MOORE, at the advanced age of 82 years.

In English Street, on Wednesday, the 8th inst., Mrs. Jane YOUNG, widow of the late Mr. Thomas YOUNG, in the 83rd year of her age.

In Scotch Street, on Tuesday morning, the 7th instant, Margaret, eldest daughter, of Mrs. PICKUP, of the Green Dragon Inn, in the 24th year of her age. During a lengthened illness she evinced much patience and resignation, and although removed from her afflicted relatives, and a large circle of friends, her numerous virtues will long be cherished by all who knew her.

In the Pack Horse Lane, English Street, lately, Mrs. Mary ATKINSON, aged 69 years.

In East Tower Street, since our last, Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, aged 32 years.

In Shaddon Gate, on the 23rd instant, Mrs. Sarah THOMPSON, aged 75 years.

At Caldcoats, Carlisle, on the 7th inst., Mr. Thomas LOWRY, sawyer, aged 60 years.

In Rickergate, since our last, Mrs. Sarah Robinson, aged 50 years.

In Church Street, on the 4th instant, Mr. Jacob PORTER, aged 40 years.

At the Spring Gardens, in this city, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Sarah HEWSON, aged 89 years, relict ot the late Mr. Joseph HEWSON, of Little Bampton.

In the West Walls, on Tuesday last, the infant daughter of Rev. R. CHESTERS.

At Cienfugos, Xagus, in the Island of Cuba, in the West Indies, on the 2nd of October last, in the 23rd year of his age, Henry MACUEN, a native of this city—respected and esteemed by all who knew him.

At Sprunstone, near this City, on Monday last, Mr. Joseph HARRISON, aged 21 years.

At London, in Leaden-hall Street, on the 21st ult., where he had lately commenced business, Mr. Thomas OSTELL, bookseller, aged 37 years, a native of Moorhouse, near this city; very highly and deservedly respcted. Mr. OSTELL had for many years carried on the same business in Calcutta, and was still continuing it there with a partner in a very extensive way.

At Longtown, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Mr. Matthew COULSON, shoemaker, at an advanced age.

In March last, near Buenos Ayres, Mr. Edward LAWSON, son of the late Mr. Richard LAWSON, and brother of Mr. Richard LAWSON, custom house officer, Drumburgh.

At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Miss Ann IRVING, aged 35 years—much respected.

At Longthwaite, in the parish of Wigton, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Jane HETHERINGTON, at the advanced age of 92 years.

At Stone Hills, near Newby, in the parish of Morland, Mr. William ALLEN, formerly of Hackthorpe, farmer, aged 81 years.

At Bampton, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Ruth MATTINSON, widow, at the patriarchal age of 100 years.

At Calthwaite, on the 2nd instant, Isabella, wife of Mr. John BELL, Dovenby Lodge, near Cockermouth.

At Cockermouth, on Monday, the 29th ult., Mrs. COULTHARD, formerly of the Ship Inn, Allonby, aged 70 years; and at the same place, on Friday, the 3rd instant, at the Union Work-house, Mr. Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND, labourer, aged 69 years.

At Workington, since our last, Mrs. Agnes JOHNSTONE, widow, aged 83 years; same place, on Monday, the 6th inst., Mrs. TYRELL, relect [sic] of the late Captain Joseph TYRELL, and mother of Mr. TYRELL, draper, of Workington, aged 74 years—much respected.

At Harrington, on Friday, the 3rd instant, Mrs. Elizabeth LITTLE, aged 36 years.

At Lowca, on Thursday, the 2nd inst., Martin HODGSON, aged 14 years.

At Bonny, in the parish of Moresby, on Saturday, the 27th ult., Joseph SOUTHWARD, aged six years.

At Savanilla, on first of October last, in the prime of life, Mr. Thomas MITCHINSON, master of the brig Margaret, of Whitehaven, and son of Mr. John MITCHINSON, of Bassenthwaite, in this county.

At St. Thomas's, on the 2nd of November last, of the yellow fever, after an illness of only four days' duration, Captain Isaac NICHOLSON, of the Ann Wise, of Whitehaven.

At St. Thomas's, on the 28th of October, Capt. COWMAN, of the Martha, of Whitehaven, second son of the late Captain COWMAN, of Whitehaven.

At the house of Mr. BOWMAN, Workington, on Tuesday, the 30th ult., Mr. John CLEMENTSON, of Whitehaven, aged 61 years.

At Whitehaven, on Wednesday, the 1st instant, Mr. John Carrington PENNELL, aged 24 years, son of J. PENNELL, Esq., of the customs, of Whitehaven; same place, on Tuesday, the 30th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth WADE, widow, aged 80 years; same place, Mr. Harrison MANEY, mariner, aged 27 years; also, at the same place, Jane, relict of the late Captain John POTTS, aged 59 years.

At Hilbeck, near Brough, on the 25th ult., after a protracted illness, Mr. William WALON [sic – WALTON according to FreeBMD], aged 76 years.

At Broom, near Low Martin, on the 23rd ult., Mr. John BLACKETT, aged 34 years.

At Warcop, near Appleby, on the 20th ult., George PARK, Esq., aged 83 years—much and deservedly respected by a numerous circle of friends and relations.

At Scattle Gate, near Appleby, siuce our last, Mr. Matthew TODD, aged 78 years.

On Wednesday, the 1st instant, at her residence, in Seymour Street, London, at the advanced age of eighty-four years, the Dowager Countess of Winterton. The deceased Countess was second wife of Edward, first Earl of Winterton.

On Thursday, the 2nd instant, at the family seat, Somerley, Hants, Diana, Countess of Normanton, after a protracted illness of four years.

At Valentia, Ireland, in his one hundred and sixth year, Mr. John MURPHY, commonly called "Paul JONES." He had been taken prisoner by that remarkable man when commanding a French squadron off the coast of Kerry. When he sent a boat ashore at Valentia for a supply of water the people seized on the boat and crew, and young MURPHY being on board his vessel at the time, as pilot, Paul JONES carried him off, and he was compelled to serve for two years in a Fench [sic] frigate, during which time he accumulated a good sum of prize-money. He lived on potatoes and milk, and notwithstanding his wealth, never increased his comforts. He was a remarkably strong man, and till within the last few years hale and robust, and walked and rode. He voted at the election of 1834.