Saturday 19 Oct 1822 (p. 3, col. 3)
At Minto-House, Roxburghshire, the Countess of Minto, of a Son.
At St. Mary's, on Monday last, Mr. William ANDERSON, dyer, to Miss Ann PENRITH.
On Monday last, at Gretna Green, J. H. E. D. MANSFIELD, Esq., son of James MANSFIELD, Esq. of Midman Castle, to Henrietta, eldest daughter of Thomas KNIGHT, Esq. of Papcastle, Cumberland.
On the 2d inst. at Gretna Green, Mr. Issac TOWERS, twine spinner, of Beetham, to Miss Agness BARROW, of Hazleslack Tower.
At Kendal, Mr. Thos. RICHARDSON, to Mrs. Margaret ATKINSON.—Mr. John WILSON, to Miss Mary HUNTER, of Kirkland.—Mr. William BAINES, of Grayrigg, to Miss Alice ROBINSON, of Stainton.
On Sunday last, at Liverpool, Mr. HENDERSON, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr. WARWICK, of Farlam, near Brampton.
At Jedburgh, on the 7th inst. Mr. Walter EASTON, printer, to Janet BROWN, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. BROWN.
At Douglas, Isle of Man, Wm. CORLETT, Esq. of Ballamona, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Wm. TEAR, Esq. of Ballabeg.—At Kk. Braddan, Mr. Joseph COWLE, to Miss Christina SHIMMIN, both of Peel.—In Peel, Mr. Joshua TAUBMAN, to Miss M. WATTLEWORTH.
At Chorley, after a courtship of 44 years and 7 months, Mr. W. BROTHERTON, of Salter-lane, Leyland, aged 67, to Miss Ellen TAYLOR, of the former place, about the same age as her swain.—Worcester Journal
On Saturday last, at the house of his brother in this city, after a very short and sudden illness, John ARMSTRONG, Esq., in the 57th year of his age. This gentleman, after a residence of nearly 40 years in Jamaica, returned to Cumberland to enjoy the ample fruits of his exertions among his relatives and friends, who have sustained a loss of no common kind. He was justly esteemed for many virtues, and society is deprived of a very valuable member.
On Tuesday, at Sheen, Surrey, Wm. GILPIN, Esq. eldest son of the late Wm. GILPIN, of Whitehaven, Esq.
At Maryport, on the 14th instant, Mrs. Frances HODGSON, aged 64, much respected.
Last week, at Egremont, the Rev. Abraham BROWN, aged 72. curate of Haile, and formerly curate of Egremont.—Same place, Henry, third son of Mr. LAWSON, surgeon, aged 5 years.
At Frizington, Mr. Joshua SOUTHWARD, aged 64.
At Little Crosthwaite, near Keswick, Mr. Joseph YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 72.
At Workington, Sarah CHALMERS, aged 20 years.
At Oxenfell, near Hawkshead, Mr. John TURNER, slate-merchant, aged 61.
At Kendal, Mr. James PROCTOR, of that town, gardener, aged 65.—Miss Agnes HARLING, of Sedgwick, aged 73.
At Low Fairnham, Northumberland, aged 102, Mrs. Catherine GREEN.
On the 8th inst. at Tent Lodge, Coniston, George SMITH, Esq. late Lieutenant Colonel in the 4th Dragoon Guards.
At Hawk-up-lee, near Allenheads, aged 68, Mrs. LEE, much respected.
At Mount Vernon, near Liverpool, George VENABLES, Esq. aged 37.
At Dumfries, on Saturday last, Mary GORDON, a pauper, aged 102. She retained her mental faculties to the last. Same place, Mr. Wm. MURRAY, shoemaker.
At Maracaibo, on the 1st August, in the 22d year of his age, Mr. Robt. J. LAWSON, only son of the late Mr. John LAWSON, merchant in Dumfries.
Some time ago, on Lochmaben Estate, near Cedar Point, Island of Trinidad, Alexander RITCHIE, Esq. planter; a native of the burgh of Lochmaben.
At Ballacain, Jurby, Isle of Man, Mr. Patrick CAIN, aged 18, eldest son of Mr. David CAIN. Reproduced with kind permission of British Newspaper Archives