Saturday 08 Jul 1815 (p. 3, col. 4)
On Saturday, at Carlisle, George TINNISWOOD, Esq. of Boothby House, near Brampton, to Miss TIFFIN, daughter of the late Mr. TIFFIN, attorney-at-law, Brampton.
On Thursday last, in this city, Mary, daughter of Mr. CARRUTHERS, cow-keeper, to Robert, son of Mr. CARRUTHERS, of Oakshaw-hill.
On Monday last, the Hon. Mr. POWLETT, son of the Earl of Darlington, to the rich and accomplished Lady Caroline LOWTHER, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Lonsdale. [They were married at St. George’s, Hanover Square, London. The groom’s first names were William John Frederick.
Lately, at the Friend's Meeting-house, Pardshaw Hall, in this county, Mr. Elihu SUTTON, tanner, of Scotby, near Carlisle, to Miss Esther WALKER, seventh daughter of Mr. Joseph WALKER, of Dean.
Same time and place, Mr. WIGHAM, of Dean, to Miss WALKER, daughter of Mr. Jacob WALKER, of Smallthwaite, parish of Lamplugh.
Monday last, at Wigton, Mr. Joseph DIXON, stone-mason, to Miss Mary MOORE; both of Wigton.
On Wednesday week, at Wigton, at the Friends' Meeting-house, Mr. John DODGSON, of Dikeside, Kirklinton, to Miss Deborah GRAHAM, daughter of Mr. John GRAHAM, of Allonby.
Lately, Mr. William SLEE, of Kirkoswald, to Miss Ann RICHARDSON, daughter of Mr. George RICHARDSON, of Lazonby, and niece to Mr. Marmaduke RICHARDSON, Demesne, Kirkoswald.
At Alston, on Saturday last, Mr. Isaac VARTY, to Miss Jane BELL; both of the above place.
At Penrith, Mr. Charles WOOD, of Longton, to Miss Eleanor HERRING, of Penrith.
Monday week, at Workington, Mr. John FIDLER, grocer, to Miss Margaret DIXON, mantua-maker.
At Carleton, on the 7th inst. in child-bed, Ann, wife of Mr. John HARRINGTON, innkeeper, aged 43 years; universally respected.
Yesterday week, at Wigton, aged 91, Mary, relict of the late Rev. Michael HOME, rector of Nether Denton, in this county.
The 30th ult. aged 79, Mr. Joseph KAY, of Swinsty.
At Alston, on Saturday last, Mary, the wife of Mr. Thomas WALTON, agent to the East Crossfell Lead Mine Company, aged 27; much lamented among all her friends and acquaintance.
At Penrith, on Tuesday last, Mr. John CARMALT, aged 60; much and deservedly regretted.
The 27th ult. aged 15, Thomas, second son of Mr. John YOUNGHUSBAND, of Abbey-Holme, cooper; a youth whose abilities in the outset of his life gave promise of great splendour, had his sun not declined before it reached the meridian.
At Allonby, on the 29th ult. Mrs. Isabella BEEBY, aged 25; wife of Mr. William BEEBY, brewer.
Sunday week, Mr. James M'GEORGE, shoemaker, Workington, in the prime of life.
Thursday week, in Whitehaven, Mrs. Ann MAYERS, aged 67.
Yesterday week, at the Shield Feld, near Newcastle, aged 26, Mr. H. G. L. FENWICK.
The 26th ult. aged 65, Mr. John BROWN, butcher.
The 29th ult. Mr. Wm. HUTCHINSON, cabinet-maker, Newcastle, aged 20.
Lately, at Hensingham, Mrs. Jane SIDE, aged 75.
Monday last, in York, aged 55, Mr. W. STORRY, printer.
At Maxwelltown, Gallowayshire, the 28th ult. Mr. James HOWAT, shoemaker.
At Dumbarton, on the 25th ult. after a severe indisposition of three days, Mr. Paul Holland SEARSON, comedian. His death was occasioned by a severe fit of intoxication, brought on by an immoderate and improper joy, on receiving twelve hundred pounds from a near relation. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives