Saturday 23 Nov 1816 (p. 3, col. 4-5)
Monday se'nnight, at Muncaster Castle, the Right Hon. Lady LINDSEY, of a son; her Ladyship's third son, and third child.
At St. Mary's, on the 16th inst. Thomas KENNAN, to Henrietta KAVENS.—Same day, William HENDERSON, to Maria SOWERBY.
At Barton, near Penrith, on Tuesday last, Mr. Wm. BRAGG, of Keswick, to Miss Sarah GREEN, of Barton.
On the 12th inst. at Crosthwaite Church, by the Rev. Mr. DENTON, Mr. Thomas WILSON, of Keswick, boot and shoemaker, to Miss Jane DOUTHWAITE, of Portinscale.
On the 13th inst. at Bassenthwaite Church, by the Rev. J. BROWN, Mr. FEARON, of Moorside, to Miss M. HODGSON, of Bassenthwaite.
At Haltwhistle, on Saturday last, Mr. John SCOTT, spirit-merchant, Brampton, to Miss SCOTT, of William's Wick Mill, near Haltwhistle.
At Crosscanonby, on the 3rd inst. by the Rev. Mr. DONALD, Mr. Jos. GREEN, mariner, to Miss Ann PEARSON, both of Maryport.—On the 16th, Mr. Edward SWAINSON, of Ellenborough, to Miss Mary FLETCHER, of Maryport.
At Dearham, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Mr. WHITELOCK, Mr. James CAMPBELL, shopkeeper, Maryport, to Miss BOWMAN, of Workington.
At Whitehaven:—On the 12th inst. at Trinity church, by the Rev. C. BARNES, Mr. John MALKINSON, mariner, to Miss Mary BELL.—Same day, Mr. John CAMPBELL, to Miss Mary M'CLENNON.—14th, Mr. John OWENS, to Miss Hannah LAMB.——On the 13th, at St. James's church, by the Rev. R. ARMITSTEAD, A. M., Mr. Joseph PENRICE, to Miss FRAZER, of College Street.—On the 17th, Mr. Wm. DOBSON, master of the ship Hartly, to Miss MULLENDER, of Church Street.
At his house in Abbey-street, on Wednesday the 20th instant, Captain STORDY, formerly of his Majesty's 31st Regiment.
On the 17th inst. in this city, Lucy DONALDSON, aged 86.
This week, at Stanwix, James DAVISON, at the advanced age of 83 years.
On the 16th inst. Mary BOWMAN, of Stockdale Wath, aged 92.
On Wednesday last, at Penrith, advanced in years, Mrs. Hannah WHITTON.
At Kendal, last week, very suddenly, Mrs. CROSSFIELD, relict of the late Mr. Simon CROSSFIELD, advanced in years; one of the Society of Friends.
At Dumfries, on Monday last, after a long and severe illness, Mrs. ORR, aged 67, relict of the late Mr. Thomas ORR, deacon of the incorporation of shoemakers in that town.—Same place, on Saturday last, very suddenly, Mr. James KENNAN. Although a native of Dumfries, he long resided in this city, and sometime past experienced many vicissitudes of life. In every situation in which "the froward freaks of Fortune" placed him, he maintained a character irreproachable, and died lamented by all who knew him.
At Dumfries, very suddenly, on the 21st instant, Mrs. JACKSON, wife of Deacon JACKSON, shoemaker, aged 56.
At Newlands, near Dumfries, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. William TAIT, farmer.
On Saturday se'nnight, Mr. John ROBINSON, blacksmith and farrier, landlord of the King's Arms Inn, Annan, after a long and afflicting illness, which he bore with manly and Christian patience.
At Lockerbie, on the 7th inst. Mr. William GARDNER, stay-maker.
On the 11th inst. Mr. William RUSSELL, calico printer, of Pendleton, of the firm of RUSSELL, BELLRINGER and Co. Manchester.
On the 3rd inst. aged 93, Robert Warren DARWIN, Esq. one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Nottinghamshire, and the author of Principia Botanica
At Gatcombe House, Hants, last week, Sir Roger CURTIS, Bart. a distinguished naval officer. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives