Saturday 23 Dec 1815 (p. 3, col. 4)
Tuesday se'nnight, in this city, Mr. John COOK, of Newcastle, to Miss BELL, of Lowhurst.
At Workington, on Thursday, Capt. DALRYMPLE, of the Integrity, to Miss HENELL, both of that place. [On FamilySearch, their names are Joseph DALRYMPLE and Hannah HENNELL.
On Saturday last, at Addingham church, Mr. Jacob HOW, of Melmerby, general agent, to Miss E. LOUGH, of Winskill.
A few days since, John, the eldest son of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, of Kirkbeckstown, parish of Bewcastle, to Mary, daughter of Mr. George ROUTLEDGE, of Raw, in the same parish.
At Maxwelltown, Gallowayshire, on Monday, Mr. George AIDIE, tinman, to Mrs. Janet GRAHAM.
On Monday last, in this city, aged 16 years, Jane, fourth daughter of Robert MOUNSEY, of Castletown, Esq.
On Wednesday last, in Annetwell-street, Mr. Walter SCOTT, grocer, aged 61.
On Tuesday, in Scotch-street, advanced in years, after a short illness, Eleanor, wife of Mr. John HUDDERT, hairdresser.
At Damside, Botchergate, on Monday, Sarah, wife of Mr. William LIDDELL; advanced in years.
On Sunday, aged 38, near the Scotch-gate, Elizabeth CARTNER.
Lately, at Kirkandrews, Agness, daughter of Mr. Christopher ELLIOT, aged 17.
On the 18th inst. at Penrith, Mr. Joseph SCOTT, aged 25.
Same place, on the 21st inst. Mrs. Ann STRICKLAND, aged 94.
In Whitehaven, on Thursday week, Mrs. Rebecca PIPER, a maiden lady; one of the Society of Friends.
Wednesday, the 13th inst. Mr. ELLIOT, of the Three Bulls Heads, Newcastle.
The 12th inst. in Newcastle, aged 86, Mrs. Margaret LOWES, last surviving sister of W. LOWES, Esq. deceased, Ridley Hall, Northumberland.
Saturday, at same place, Mrs. FROST, aged 34, wife of Mr. S. M. FROST, surgeon.
Yesterday week, at same place, Mr. John BELL.
The 13th, at same place, aged 30, Mr. J. M'ALLISTER, bricklayer.
On the 9th inst. at Warkworth, Northumberland, in the 22d year of her age, deeply lamented, Miss Isabella WATSON, youngest daughter of the late John WATSON, Esq. formerly Major in the 65th foot.
At Annan, the 11th instant, Mr. John ARMSTRONG, of Pockeskine, aged 87.
At Dalbeattie, same day, aged 79, Mary MIDDLETON, relict of Mr. Alexander KISSOCK.
At Jamaica, on the 20th Sept. J. V. WILLIAMSON, Esq. practitioner in medicine and surgery, and second son of the late Rev. John WILLIAMSON, minister of Tinwald, Dumfries-shire.
The 18th ult. suddenly, at Lisbon, the notorious Major SIMPLE. It is said he was on his way to Morocco, to which he had engaged to transport himself, on the Prince Regent's remitting the sentence passed on him at his last conviction for defrauding a cheesemonger of bacon and eggs.
THE DUKE OF NORFOLK.—On the morning of the 16th, at nine o'clock, in his 70th year, after an illness of some months continuance, which he bore with the greatest fortitude and resignation, the Most Noble Charles HOWARD, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England, Earl of Arundel and Surrey; Baron Fitz-Allan, Maltravers, Clun, and Oswaldestre; Premier Peer, and chief of the royal family of HOWARD; Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the county of Sessex [sic – should be Sussex
], and Colonel of its Militia; High Steward of the cities of Gloucester and Hereford; and President of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts and Manufactures, F. R. S. and F. A. S. &c.—His Grace is succeeded in his titles, hereditary honours, and principal estates, by Bernard Edward HOWARD, Esq. of Fornham, in the county of Suffolk. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives