Saturday 18 Jan 1823 (p. 3, col. 6)
On the 7th of August, 1822, at Bangalore, the Lady of Mr. ROSSER, Adjutant of the 13th Lt. Dragoons, of a daughter.
At Glasgow, on Wednesday last, the Lady of Mr. Samuel COLMAN, of a Son.
At St. Cuthbert's, in this city, on Monday the 13th, Mr. George RUDDICK, to Miss Mary HIGGINSON.
At Workington, on the 9th inst., J. A. WHITTAKER, Esq., of Broughton-Hall, to Miss E. TODHUNTER, of Workington.
On Saturday, at Crosscannoby, by the Rev. Mr. DONALD, Robert SCAIFE, Esq. of Birkby Lodge, to Miss Ann WILLIS, daughter of Mr. Geo. WILLIS, of Maryport.
At Annan, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Nicholas SLOAN, Mr. John STUBBS, of Keswick, to Miss Mary Ann EDWARDS, of Milnthorpe.
On the 1st inst. at Kirkby Lonsdale, Mr. W. BEE, to Miss M. BELL.
At Annan, by the Rev. W. MONCRIEFF, W. HODGSON, Esq., of Sunderland, to Miss Charlotte ALLISON, of of [sic] Newbottle and Gateshead. The fair lady and her lover were pursued by three of her brothers, in a chaise and four, to Gretna Green: but the indissoluble knot was tied before they had the power of preventing it.
At Dumfries, Mr. Wm. MILLIGAN, hosier, to Miss Jane BERWICK, daughter of the late Mr. James BERWICK, Ardwall, Newabbey.—On Monday, Mr. J. A. PEARCE, iron-founder, to Margaret, third daughter of Mr. George HAUGH, white-smith.
At Durham, Chas. ANDREWS, Esq. of the 13th Light Dragoons, to Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of William COOKE, M. D.
Jan. 8, at Cherrington, Warwickshire, James Allan PARK, Esq. eldest son of the Hon. Mr. Justice PARK, to Mary, daughter of the late Rev. William DICKINS.
Jan. 13, at Douglas, Isle of Man, by special licence, William COUTT, Esq., to Miss GRIER, daughter of the late Capt. GRIER, of that town.—On Sunday last, at Kk. Braddan, Mr. J WHITEHEAD, formerly of Liverpool, to Miss Mary ROBINSON, of Douglas.—Same time and place, Mr. Thomas KAY, to Miss Margaret CHRISTIAN, both of Douglas.—At St. Paul's Church, Ramsey, the Rev. Philip CORLETT, to Miss Christian KISSACK, of that town.
On the 21st ult. at Florence, at the residence of the British Ambassador, his Highness the Prince SAPIEHA, of Poland, to Miss BOLD, daughter and heiress of the late Peter Patten BOLD, Esq. of Bold, Lancashire.
Since our last, Thomas ARMSTRONG, Matthew's Yard, Caldew Brow, aged 73.—Hannah SEWELL, of Brisco, aged 90.—Margaret REAY, English-street, aged 70.—Michael SALMON, of Spring-garden-lane, aged 75.—Jane DIXON, Caldewgate, aged 36.—Isabella SIMPSON, Caldewgate, aged 36.
At Penrith, on Friday sennight, Dorothy, the wife of John SHEPHERD, aged 82.
Suddenly, at Cockermouth, on Monday last, Mr. John MAXWELL, aged 66. He arrived there on Saturday, in order to give evidence, as to his place of settlement, at the Sessions; and was apparently in good health, when he fell from his chair, and instantly expired.
At Maryport, suddenly, Mr. John YOUNG, aged 71. Same place, on Tuesday last, suddenly, Miss SMITH.
On the 10th of June, at his house in Egmore, Madras, the infant son of Lieut. Charles Highmore POTTS; and on the 21st of the same month, the Lady of Lieut. C. H. POTT'S [sic
], of his Majesty's 54th regt., aged 23 years.
At Workington, Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, relict of the late Thomas ROBINSON, of Pardshaw, aged 84 years.—Same place, Mary, the wife of Thomas EMERSON, in the prime of life.—On the 11th inst., William, son of Captain John GRAYSON, aged 7.
On the 4th inst. at the house of Mr. Jos. BRAITHWAITE, Kendal, Ann HOLME, aged 74; who had lived in the family as a servant 53 years.
At Appleby, on the morning of Sunday last, the infant child of Mr. G. LAWSON.
Last week at Kendal, Mr. W. SPEIGHT, and Mr. S. WILLIAMSON, both aged 78.
At Ulverston, very much respected, J. YARKER, Esq.
On Saturday evening, at Newcastle, in the 72nd year of his age, Mr. Robert DOUBLEDAY, 46 years secretary to the Dispensary of that town; also to the Fever Hospital and Lying-in Charity.
On Friday the 10th inst., at Manchester, the Rev. Thomas BLACKBURNE, LL. D., Warden of the Collegiate and Parish Church, in his 67th year.
At Dumfries, on Sunday last, William JARDINE, Esq. surgeon of the Royal Navy.
At Burnfoot, near Ecclefechan, on the 11th inst., Herbert IRVING, Esq., whose loss will be deeply felt.
At Kirkcudbright, on Tuesday last, Samuel M'CALL, Esq. timber merchant.
On Tuesday last, at noon, to the inexpressible grief of her husband and of her family, Lady Frederick [sic] STANHOPE, eldest daughter of the Earl of Mansfield, and wife of the Hon. J. H. STANHOPE. The infant, of which she was delivered on Saturday, died the following day. [The lady’s correct name was Frederica Louisa STANHOPE née MURRAY. Her husband was James Hamilton STANHOPE.
At Douglas, Isle of Man, at the advanced age of 90 years, Mrs. Sarah BLAKE, formerly of Brigham, Cumberland, and mother of the late Mr. John BLAKE, of the Plough Inn, Douglas.—At Tromode, after a short illness, Lieut. Richard CLARKE, R. N., aged 34.—At Castletown, Mrs. Elizabeth KELLY, wife of Mr. Robert KELLY, architect, of that town, aged 73 years.—At Injebreck, Hatton, eighth son of John WADE, Esq.—At Douglas, aged 87, Mr. J. CANNELL, formerly a master cabinet-maker on the Parade. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives