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Saturday 11 Mar 1815 - BMD
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* February 18, 2021, 10:51:31 PM
 Saturday 11 Mar 1815   (p. 3, col. 3-4)

At St. Cuthbert's, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert BEEBY, cotton-spinner, to Miss Eleanor M'DONALD; both of this city.
At Gretna-Green, on Monday last, Mr. Thos. AINSLEY, of Headswood, parish of Irthington, to Miss Isabella JOHNSTON, of Moffat.
At Brampton, on Thursday, the 9th inst. Capt. LOWTHIAN, R. N. to Margaret, third daughter of the late Mr. EWART, of that place.
At Wigton, on Saturday last, Mr. John BURGH, of Crookdake-hall, to Miss MOORE, eldest daughter of Mrs. MOORE, innkeeper, Wigton.
At Penrith, on Monday, Mr. Robert PATTISON, to Miss Mary GRAHAM.
Same place and day, Mr. Peter PEARSON, to Miss Mary FLETCHER.
Lately, at Bromfield, Mr. John IRVING, of Wigton, to Miss Francis HUDDERT [Frances HUTHERT according to FamilySearch], of Crookdake.
On Sunday last, at Crosscannonby, Mr. SMITH, sailcloth weaver, to Miss Ann PEARSON, both of Maryport.
At St. George's, Hanover-square, London, by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Chester, Edward Hawke LOCKER, Esq. of Davies-street, Berkeley-square, to Eleanor Mary Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Rev. Jonathan BOUCHER, late vicar of Epsom, in Surry. [The Rev. Jonathan BOUCHER was born in Wigton, Cumberland.]
Lately, at Crosthwaite church (Keswick), Mr. Joseph DOVER, to Mrs. CLARKE; both of Millbeck, Underskiddaw.
At Whitehaven, on Thursday se'nnight, Mr. Thomas KIRKPATRICK, to Miss Sarah ALLAN.
Sunday se'nnight, at Ravenstonedale, Mr. J. W. SLACK, of Newcastle, to Miss Ann ATKINSON, of the former place.
Lately, at Kirkland, in this county, Mr. Thomas BRUNSKILL, of Mansergh Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, to Miss Sarah ATKINSON, of Broats, near Blencarn.
In Kendal, on Monday last, Mr. Edward BEVINS, of Sedgwick, to Miss Agnes DICKINSON.
At Edinburgh, on the 16th ult. Mr. John ROBERTSON, of Eyemouth, to Isabella, second daughter of the late Mr. George HUMBLE, of Gateshead.
The 20th ult. at Witherslack, Mr. John PRESTON, aged 65, to Miss Agnes WILSON, aged 28.
Saturday, at Cleator, Mr. Clark MARSHALL, of Black Beck, sickle manufacturer, to Miss WILLIAMSON, of Cleator.
On Wednesday se'nnight, Mr. COUTTS, the opulent banker, to Miss MELLON, of dramatic celebrity. She is now the mother-in-law of the Dowager Countess of Guildford, the Dowager Marchioness of Bute, and of Lady BURDETT.

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* February 20, 2021, 01:27:45 AM

On Monday morning, at Damside, aged 32, Mr. Joseph FAULDER, dyer, a young man whose friendly and amicable disposition made him particularly endeared to a large circle of friends, and respected by all those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
On Thursday last, Mr. Thos. JAMES, currier, aged 60; deeply lamented by all who knew him.
Sunday, at Penrith, aged 86, Mr. James SCOTT.
On Sunday last, at Edenhall, in this county, deeply lamented, Julia, daughter of the late Sir J. C. MUSGRAVE, Bart. and only sister of Sir P. MUSGRAVE, Bart.
On Thursday last, at Scotby, in her 70th year, Mrs. D. DOBINSON, one of the Society of Friends, and relict of the late Philip DOBINSON, of that place.
At Hill Field, near Brampton, on the 24th ult. Mrs. WANNOP, aged 80, much respected.
On the 2d inst. at Crooked Holme, near Brampton, Mr. J. SIMPSON, aged 57.
At Wigton, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Ann ATKINSON, aged 42.
Wednesday last, at Gamblesby, near Wigton, Mr. John ATKINSON, aged 82. 
Lately, at his uncle's house in London, aged 23, Mr. John BURNE, second son of Mr. R. BURNE, of Unthank End, near Penrith, whose death will be long regretted by his afflicted relatives and friends.
At Maryport, on Monday last, aged 73, Mrs. Ann MILLICAN, widow of the late Mr. Michael MILLICAN, of Aspatria, in this county.
Same time and place, Mr. John SAUL, aged 72, one of the people denominated Friends.
Lately, at Cockermouth, Mr. John GOLDING, aged 17.
Sunday se'nnight, at Ambleside, Mr. Robert PARTRIDGE, aged 68, who for many years acted as guide for the Tourists who visited the lakes, &c. in that neighbourhood.
The 13th ult. at Cork, aged 45, Wm. KIRBY, Esq. a native of Whitehaven, commander of the Cormorant store-ship.
In Whitehaven, on Tuesday se'nnight, Mr. John WALKER, sawyer, aged 68.
Same place, on the 1st inst. Isabella, eldest daughter of Ralph COOKE, Esq.
Same place, on the 2d inst. Mr. Wm. FALCON, merchant, aged 44.
Same place, yesterday week, Mr. HEMLEY, comedian, aged 63.
Same place and day, Mrs. WILSON, wife of Mr. R. WILSON, plasterer.
At Dumfries, on Saturday, Mr. John SHANKS, shoemaker.
At Mount Pleasant, Dalbeattie, Dumfries-shire, on the 27th ult., aged 58, Mrs. Agnes COUGHTRIE, wife of Mr. Wm. COUGHTRIE, paper-maker there.
At Jamaica, on the 14th Dec. W. DOUGLAS, Esq. son of the late Provost James DOUGLAS, of Gatehouse.
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