Saturday 05 Oct 1822 (p. 3, col. 6)
Sept. 26, at St. Ann's, Blackfriars, London, Thomas HENDERSON, Esq. formerly of Long Burgh, in the county of Cumberland, to Elizabeth, widow of the late J. F. WILSON, Esq. of Doughty-street, London.
At Wigton, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph PATTINSON, manufacturer, to Miss PATTINSON, daughter of Mr. PATTINSON, innkeeper, both of Wigton.
At Whitehaven, Mr. John HAMILTON, spirit-dealer, to Miss Mary BIRKETT.
At Workington, Mr. Geo. GRAHAM, to Miss Fanny BRAITHWAITE.
At Muncaster, Mr. William BURNS, of Borrowdale Ground, in Corney, to Miss Elizabeth TAYLOR, of Dyke.
At Annan, on Saturday week, Mr. George ROBSON, to Miss Frances LAING, of Whitehaven.
At Bolton-le-Moors, Mr. John WILSON, of the Bridge Inn, to Miss Emma JAMES, late of Storrs Hall, Westmorland.
At St. Michael's, Toxteth-park, Mr. James CUMMING, Mill-street, Liverpool, to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Edward BARNETT, Esq. Kirkby-Stephen, Westmorland.
At St. Oswald's Church, Chester, the Rev. Frederick PARRY, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. WARD, secretary to the Bishop of Chester.
On the 30th ult. at the Bush, in the parish of Dumfries, Joseph HAMMOND, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John SWAN, of the Bush.
At Kirkcudbright, David BLAIR, Esq. formerly Assistant-Surgeon in the Royal Cumberland Militia, to Mary, eldest daughter of R. GORDON, Esq. of Larglanglee.
At Nuneaton, Warwickshire, the Rev. J. H. MONK, D. D., Dean of Peterborough, to Jane, daughter of the Rev. H. HUGHES, of Nuneaton.
At Huish, Devonshire, the Right Hon. Lord ROLLE, to the Hon. Louisa TREFUSIS, sister to Lord Clinton.
At Kk. Andreas, Isle of Man, Mr. John SHIMIN, of Ballacross, Kk. German, to Miss SAYLE.óBy special licence, at Kk. Santon church, the Rev. John CLARK, of Jurby, to Betsey, eldest daughter of the late Mr. CLUCAS, of Mary-voar, in the former parish.
Yesterday week, at Walby, near this city, after a long and protracted illness, borne with Christian fortitude and piety which evinced a mind soaring beyond the vanities of this world, and shewed that his great hope and consolation was placed in the happiness of a future state, Mr. George BATY, aged 22, a young man universally regretted by all who knew him.
At Penrith, on the 28th ult. Mr. W. DOBSON, aged 36.
At Wigton, on Monday last, Mr. Thomas NEWTON, glazier, aged 79 years.
At Bransty, Mr. Wm. CARMONT, brassfounder, aged 26.
At Swathmoor, near Ulverston, Mr. Samuel FELL, maltster, aged 49.
In London, after a few hours' illness, Mr. J. ROBERTSON, silversmith, formerly of Workington, aged 44.
On Saturday se'nnight, in a fit of apoplexy, while cheerfully conversing in the midst of his relatives, John HUNTER, Esq., Hermitage, Northumberland, aged 63.
Lately, at Ramsgate, the Rev. John OWEN, Rector of Paglesham, Essex, preacher at Park-street Chapel, London, and Secretary to the British and Foreign Bible Society.
Saturday week, suddenly, after a few hours illness, at the Assembly Rooms, Sunderland, Mr. Anthony WETHERELL, dancing-master, aged 44.
At Eastland-ends, near Haydon Bridge, aged 24, Mr. William HOWDEN, son of Mr. John HOWDEN.
At Liverpool, of typhus fever, Silas RICHARDS, Esq. merchant, highly respected.
At St. Andrew's, on the 23d ultimo, the Rev. Dr. CRAWFORD, Professor of Moral Philosophy.
At Old Calabar, in October last, James GELLING, surgeon, of the ship John Tobin
, son of the Rev. Mr. GELLING of Peel. The ship left the coast in a few days after his death, but never arrived at her place of destination, having, as there is too much reason to believe, foundered at sea. Duchess of Newcastle
.óWe are sorry to announce the death of her Grace the Duchess of Newcastle, at Clumber, the family seat, in Northamptonshire, early on the morning of Wednesday week, after having been delivered of twins, a boy and a girl, on the day preceding. Her Grace was Georgiana Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Miller MUNDAY, Esq. of Shipley, in Derbyshire, born 1st of June, 1789, and married July 18, 1807. There was issue of this marriage, 16 children, viz. eleven sons and five daughters, of whom there are now living nine sons and three daughters; of these four were born at two births. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives