Saturday 21 Mar 1801 (p. 3, col. 3-4)
Tuesday se'nnight, Anthony SURTEES, Esq. of Newcastle, to Miss BLACKETT, eldest daughter of C. BLACKETT, Esq. of Wylam, in Northumberland.
Lately, at Horsham, Colonel ERSKINE, of the 15th Light Dragoons, to Miss Louisa PAGET, third daughter of the Earl of Uxbridge.
At Liverpool, Mr. C. S. BISSETT, merchant, to Miss Jesse SMITH.
William Frazer TYTLER, Esq. advocate, younger, of Belnain, to Miss Margaret Cussans GRANT, only daughter of George GRANT, Esq. of Byrdsyards.
Yesterday, in this city, Mrs. Esther CORKINGDALE, widow of Mr. Guy CORKINGDALE, late of the Blue-Bell public-house, in Rickergate.
Thursday se'nnight, at his house in Irish-street, Whitehaven, John HARTLEY, Esq. merchant, in the 66th year of his age; much and deservedly lamented by a numerous and genteel acquaintance.
On the 22d inst. at Workington, Mrs. Eleanor HAYTON, wife of Mr. John HAYTON, butcher in that place.
At Kendal, in the 54th year of his age, Mr. James DIXON, hosier in that place.
At Leighton-hall, near Lancashire, advanced in years, Mr. John KIRKHAM, steward to —— TOWNLEY, Esq.
Lately, the Rev. Mr. SOMERVILLE, dissenting minister in Sunderland.
John THOMSON, Esq. of Balmeg, factor to Alexander MURRAY, Esq. of Broughton.
At Dumfries, on Wednesday se'nnight, William WELSH, Esq. of Stielston.
At the same place, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert WATT, late deacon of the skinners.
On Monday se'nnight, at her lodgings in Winchester, Mrs. HOOPER, upwards of 80 years of age, and quite blind. Her death was occasioned by her clothes catching fire on Sunday, during the absence of her servant. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives