Saturday 30 Nov 1816 (p. 3, col. 5)
Last week, Mrs. BECK, wife of Mr. BECK, banker, Carlisle, of a Son.
At St. Mary's, on Monday last, Joseph PENDLETON, hatter, to Jane WINSKILL.
On Tuesday last, at Workington, Capt. SCOTT, of the ship Britannia, to Miss Hannah COWAN, both of Workington.
Lately, John BLAKEY, Esq. of Kighley, to Mrs. COATES, relict of the late David COATES, Esq. of the same place, formerly an eminent surgeon, all of Kighley. [The marriage took place on 27 Oct 1816 at Keighley (not Kighley), and the bride’s first name was Susannah
At Whitehaven, by the Rev. T. HARRISON, A. M. Mr. William ROOKIN, rope-maker, to Miss Elizabeth CREWDSON, both of Queen-street.—Mr. SIMPSON, mariner, to Miss Sarah FISHER.—Mr. John GERMAIN, mariner, to Miss Jane PRATT.—Mr. G. HOLLIDAY, mariner, to Miss Mary BROWN.—Same place, by the Rev. R. ARMITSTEAD, A. M. Mr. HOPE, Lieut. in his Majesty's navy, to Miss Agnes TEBAY, of Whitehaven.—Mr. John HERON, to Miss Jane SLOAN.
At Workington, Capt. Joseph TICKLE, to Miss Jane ROBINSON.
At Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man, Mr. Thomas COWLE, tide waiter, to Miss Rose CANNELL, milliner, both of Douglas.
At St. Andrew's, Newcastle, Mr. J. S. PAGET, surgeon, to Ellen, daughter of Joseph POLLARD, Esq. merchant, both of Newcastle.
On Monday the 25th inst. Mrs. HASSEL, wife of Edward HASSEL, Esq. of Dalemain, in this county.
At Brampton, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert DAVIDSON, grocer, aged 74.
At Penrith, on Tuesday, Richard NELSON, aged 73.—Same day and place, Mary WARD, aged 18.
On Saturday last, at Cockermouth, Captain KILNER, Royal Navy. His remains were interred at Appleby on Monday.
At Maryport, on the 22nd instant, Mr. HUDSON, solicitor, in the 59th year of his age, after a long and afflicting illness which he bore with manly and Christian patience. He was a man universally esteemed by all who knew him in his profession as a lawyer; he was always an advocate with his clients to make peace, rather then widen the breach between them. His memory will long be held in estimation by his friends and acquaintance.
On Tuesday, at Cockermouth, after a lingering illness, Philip WOOD, aged 66.
On Friday, the 22nd inst. at Workington, Mr. Jas. GASKARTH, whose marriage was recorded only about a month since.
The 12th inst. at Workington, Capt. William BROWN, aged 49; and on Friday, at Liverpool, Capt. George BROWN, of the Sarah, (brother to the above) in the prime of life.
The 13th inst. at Great Broughton, near Cockermouth, Miss WHINNEY, aged 42 years, daughter of the late Mr. John WHINNEY, of Broughton Bridge.
Tuesday, at his sister's house at Corkickle, near Whitehaven, James, the son of Mr. Wm. GRAHAM, of Drigg, near Ravenglass.
The 15th inst. at Saint Bees, Mrs. Margaret THOMPSON, aged 90.
At Whitehaven, on Thursday the 14th inst. Thomas, the second son of Mr. D. BIRD, of High-street, St. James's.—At Newhouses, in Whitehaven, Mrs. Margaret KELLICK. aged 67; a few days after, Mr. William KELLICK, husband to the above, aged 78.
At Dumfries, on the 23rd inst. Mr. James STURGEON, aged 25.
Suddenly, in Douglas, Isle of Man, Mrs. TAFFE, aged 32, wife of Mr. Thomas TAFFE.—In Ramsey, Mrs. KEWLEY, aged 80 years.
On the 22nd inst. at Kirkbride, Isle of Man, the Rev. John BRIDSON, Rector of that Parish, much and deservedly lamented by his numerous friends and relatives.
At Glasgow, on the 21st inst. much regretted, John WYLD, Esq. Agent for the Commercial Bank of Scotland there.
On the 16th inst. Mr. James WATSON, of the Edinburgh Tea Warehouse, Newcastle, much respected.
On the 7th inst. at Crosby, near Liverpool, aged 54, John PEEL, Esq. of the Pastures, near Derby, High Sheriff of the said county, and youngest brother of Sir R. PEEL, Bart. M. P.
On the 17th inst. at his Lordship's seat, Darbaravine, in the county of Roscommon, the Right Hon. Patrick DILLON, the eleventh Earl of Roscommon, Baron of Kilkenny West. His Lordship was born March 15, 1769, and has left issue, one daughter, Maria, born June 2, 1798. His titles, it is said, are claimed by his cousin, Michael James Robert DILLON, a minor, son of Captain Michael DILLON, late of the county of Dublin Militia, killed at the Battle of Ross, in 1798, during the rebellion. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives