Liverpool Mercury and Lancashire Advertiser

Marriages and Obituaries August 23rd 1833

Transcribed by Caryl Williams

MARRIED

On 13th June last at Falmouth, Jamaica Captain Joseph COOKE of the barque Amelia, of this port, to Mary Jane, third daughter of Mr William FOSBROOKE

On Tuesday the 16th at St Luke's church, the Rev G W L BOWER of Ashton-under-Lyne to Miss HANCOCK of Ormskirk

On Thusrday the 1st at Frome Selwood, the Rev Cyrus MORALL, A M of this town, to Emily Jane, eldest daughter of the late Rev Francis BLACKBURNE, rector of Weston-super-mare Somerset, and of Ruskell, Yorkshire

On Sunday the 4th, at St James church, Edward EVANS watchmaker, to Elizabeth FAZARKERLEY, both of this parish

On Wednesday the 7th, at St Michael's church, Toxteth Park, Mr John ROBINSON slater and plasterer, to Mary, second daughter of Mr William WILLIAMS, Crabtree-lane, both of this town

On Thursday the 8th at the Friends Meeting House, Kendal, John Sanderson THOMAS Esq, of Bristol to Deborah, fourth daughter of W D CREWDSON Esq, of Helme Lodge near Kendal

On Sunday, the 11th at Prestbury, Mr P BEARD of Shrigley, to Miss A BOOTH, of the same place, after a tedious but short courtship of seven weeks-the bridegroom having attained his 90th year, and the bride in her 25th only

On Tuesday the 13th at St John's church Chester, John, third son of George HARRISON Esq Crook street to Francis Mary, youngest daughter of William YATE Esq Broughton Same day at Prestwich church, James William MYLNE Esq, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-law, to Sarah Jane daughter of Robert PHILLIPS Esq, of The Park Prestwich

Same day at Kirkham, by the Rev BOWDEN, Mr Robert PARKINSON, (of the firm PARKINSON and BAMBER drapers, Blackburn), to Miss PORTER only daughter of the late, Mr John PORTER currier, of the former place

Same day at All Saints Church, Southampton, Mr Samuel DREW of this town to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr Robert OLIVER of Southampton

Same day at St Peter's church, Mr Jabez BELLIS, of Wellington Shropshire, late of Liverpool, to Miss M E PARRY eldest daughter of Mr Edw PARRY, of His Majesty's Customs

On Wednesday the 14th at Manchester, Mr John Richmond RICHARDSON, son of the late Mr Isaac RICHARDSON of that town, to Miss Jane WILSON of Ashton-under-Lyme

Same day at Mold, Mr William STOPFORD, liquor merchant, to Miss Martha DAVIES of Buckley

On Thursday the 15th at the Roman Catholic Chapel of St Peter's Seel street, and afterwards at St Phillip's church, Mr Martin MURONEY, to Miss Hannah Felton PURR, both of this town

Same day at Cockermouth, Henry MANDERS Esq, of Dublin, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late William WOOD Esq

Same day at the parish church Kendal, Mr Isaac GRUNDY, carpet manufacturer, of this town to Miss Hannah HOLDEN, of the former place, eldest daughter of the late Capt. Lawrence Parker HOLDEN of this town

Same day at St Phillip's church, Mr James BRINDLEY of Manchester to Mrs S CREWE of this town

Same day at the Collegiate church Manchester, Mr Samuel EYRE of this town, to Mrs Jane STEVENS of Manchester

Same day at Howden Yorkshire Mr William HADFIELD, merchant of this town to Martha youngest daughter of the late Thomas WILKELY Esq of the former place

On Friday last at St Phillip's church, Mr James NEWALL of Bangor to Miss Mary YELVERTON of this town

On Monday last at St George's church Everton, Mr John WILLIAMS book-keeper to Miss Ellen eldest daughter of Mr John WALTON painter

On Tuesday last, at Bispham church, Captain FRASER, of the 43rd Light Infantry, to Mary Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Thomas Starkie SHUTTLEWORTH Esq

Same day at St Michael's church, Capt. Andrew THOMAS, of the brig Mersey, to Isabella second daughter of John GOULDING Esq, merchant of this town

Same day at Trinity church, Mr Robert George STRACY, wine and spirit merchant of Manchester, to Ellen daughter of Mr John WOODRUFF of this town

On Wednesday last, at St George Church Everton, by the Rev Thomas DWYER, M.A. Mr Henry DIRCKS, of this town, to Mary only daughter of the late Mr Oliver JONES of Montgomeryshire

Yesterday at St George's church Everton, by the Rev R P BUDDICOM, M A. Mr Guido MEDLEY to Mary Ann, only daughter of Richard JOHNSTON Esq

Obituaries August 23rd 1833

DIED

On the 14th of June last, in the poor house, In Maury county Tennessee, Abraham BOGARD, being 118 years and 4 days old. He never drank spirits, nor was sick, nor took medicine of any kind. He was once bled out of curiosity. He retained the faculties of hearing, seeing, and memory until the vital spark took it's final departure. He was born in the State of Delaware

On Wednesday, the 31st after a few days illness, Mr Benjamin COPE of this town, at his native place, Cookley nr Kidderminster, Worcestershire, in the 70th year of his age

Same day aged 88, Alice, relict of Mr John GUEST formerly of Leigh, much respected by her relatives and friends

On Monday the 5th in this town, much respected Anne ARROWSMITH, late of Stanthorne Cheshire

On Tuesday the 6th, the Rev W MULLIGAN, professor of Mathematics in the Royal Belfast Institution

Same day Hannah, wife of Samuel PARRY cabinet-maker, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends

On Wednesday the 7th, aged 35, Elizabeth wife of Mr Charles MALBRON

On Thursday the 8th, deeply regretted by his family and friends, Mr Thomas BOWYER of Toxteth park

Same day aged 66 years, Mr Adam CROMPTON, sail-maker, deeply regretted by his relatives and friends

Same day aged 58, Mr John SPENCER hair-dresser, deeply regretted by his family and friends

Same day age 38, after a severe illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Betsy, the wife of Mr John A FORD, Vine-street, and daughter of the late Mr James CAWSON, deeply regretted by all who knew her

On Friday the 9th, aged 62, Godfrey HIGGINS, Esq of Skellow Grange near Doncaster

Same day aged 25 years, Martha the beloved wife of Mr William SMITH, solicitor, Manchester

On Saturday the 16th at his daughters house in Seel street, Mr T M PERKINS aged 61, late of Walker house nr Sheffield

Same day Dr DARWALL of Birmingham, Whilst engaged in dissecting a dead body, he unfortunately cut his hand, which occasioned a dangerous wound, of which he died

On Sunday the 11th at Greenock aged 91 Mrs EASON, mother of John EASON of this town

Wednesday the 14th Mr James WAINWRIGHT, architect and surveyor aged 56 years

On Thursday the 15th, at Kensington, near this town, Elizabeth Ellen, wife of Mr John W COOKE

Same day after a severe and protracted illness, Mr Lawrence BROWNBERGE, hairdresser, Whitechapel aged 49

Same day Mr William OWENS of Harrington street

On Friday last, Mr H J LUZMORE Surgeon, Seymour street

Same day in her 56th year much regretted, Margaret relict of the late Mr John KILLEY merchant of this town

Same day aged 15 months, Richard Henry, infant son of Captain Thomas CHAPMAN, Cornwallis street

On Friday last aged 28 Mr George MADDOX, watchcase-maker, much and deservedly lamented

Same day Mr J W THOMAS of Toxteth Park

Same day at Warrington, aged 55 years, Jane the wife of Mr James ASHTON, greatly respected by all who knew her

Same day aged 61, universally respected, Mary wife of Mr Thomas PRESTON, tidewaiter, Tithebarn street

Same day aged 55 years, Mr John Ellis MARTIN, snuff manufacturer

Same day aged 48, Mr Thomas HARDMAN, cooper, Bridgewater street

Same day aged 37 years, Benjamin JOSEPH, joiner, late in the employ of Mr HAIGH builder. The deceased was the Secretary to the Liverpool Trades Union, and his funeral was attended by several hundred of his fellow workmen

On Saturday last at Great George-square, in the 68th year of her age after a long and severe illness, borne with the most Christian resignation, Mary the kind and affectionate wife of William DONALD Esq

Same day, aged 27, William only son of the late Mr Wm COYTE of this town

Same day in his 52nd year, Michael TETLEY, watch-case maker, late in the employ of Mr Ralph SAMUEL Slater street

On Sunday last, aged 48, Ann wife of Mr John HIGGINBOTTOM surgeon of this town, deeply regretted

Same day aged 65, Mr John GRAYSTOCK, hair-dresser Berry street

Same day, at Egremont Bridge-end, Mr William MOSSOP of the First Regiment of Life Guards

On Monday last, aged 9 mnths, Ann youngest daughter of Mr GURDEN Islington

Same day Mrs Susannah KELLY, her truly benevolent and cheerful disposition was the theme of general admiration and esteem, and her loss will be long and deeply felt by the numerous poor to whom she was a generaous benefactress, as well as by her disconsolate husband-bereft as he is of her who was the solace of an eventful and trying period in his life

On Tuesday aged 26, Cecilia only sister of the Rev John KELLY, minister of the Independant Church Duncan street

Same day aged 70 Mr John LEEMING

On Wednesday last, Mrs Mary Lydia STUBBS, aged 77 years

Same day aged 55, Mr John LETHABY, tailor and draper, deservedly respected

Yesterday aged 73, Mr John HOGG, Joiner

Same day at his house in Ryley's-garden, aged 53, Mr William TAGGART,
shipwright, much and deservedly repected by all

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