Full Citation

  • Title Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries
  • Publication Title Leeds Intelligencer
  • Date Monday,  May 31, 1819
  • Volume LXVII
  • Page Number 3
  • Place of Publication Leeds, England
  • Language English
  • Document Type Public notice
  • Publication Section News
  • Source Library British Library
BIRTH. The Royal Family of Great Britain has received another audition, by the safe delivery of her royal highness, the Duchess of Kent, of a Daughter. Tim happy event took place at Kensington Palace, on Monday morning, at a quarter past four o'clock. Her royal highness and the infant, are, both well. MAURI AGES. On Wednesday last, at Christ, church, liversedge, Mr. Richard S. Brooke, of Cleckheaton, to Ann, eldest daughter of the lute Mr. Jeremiah Firth, of Heckmondwike, merchant. This day week, at Otley, Mr. Robert Parkinson, of Pudsey, to Mrs. Wrather, of. the former place. On Sunday last, Mr. Richard Denison, to Miss Mary Whjtakcr, of Boar-lane, Leeds; On Thursday last, at Stoiv.port, Mr. Samuel Thorn- ley, of Liverpool, to Miss CreswcU, daughter of Mr. Joseph Creswell, of Huddersfield. On the lHth inst. at Darfield, near Barnsley, by tlte Rev. J. Armer, Mr. J. W. Graham, of Mansfield, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late G. Brooke, Esq. of Old Moor House, near the former place. On Monday, John Bainc, F.sq. of Great Cockram- street, Brunswick-square, to Harriet, daughter of Wm. Boothby, F.sq. of West-grove-house, Sheffield. On Sunday, at Kirkburton, Mr. George Hirst, of Dogley-Mill, near Holmiirth, to Miss Ellinora Swal- low, of the latter place. On Wednesday, Mr. Benjamin Bapcr, ironmonger, to Miss Mary Kendall, both of this town. On the 2Jtn inst. at Northallerton, William Bayley, Esq of Stockton-upon-Tces, to Miss D'Oyley, daugh- ter of Edw. D'Oyley, Esq. late of-Skm-bill, near Thirsk. DEATHS. On Sunday, the 23d inst. at Dunham Massey, in the 82d year of his age, George Harry, Earl of Stamford and Warrington, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Chester, ccc. His Lordship married, in 1763, Lady Henrietta Cavendish Bentinek, second daughter of William the second Duke of Portland; ana is suc- ceeded fey George Harry Lord < irey, the sixth Earl of , this illustrious family. On Saturday, a' Liverpool, af'er a long and pain- ful illness, in the 27th yeat cf her age, Eliza, fourth daughter of Mr. Daniel (.lover, late of this town. On the lst inst. at Naples, in tjve 24th year of his age, Mr. Henry Graham, architect, son of the Rev. J. Graham, of York. On Friday the 21st inst. at Bath, Dr. Solomon, of Liverpool. On Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, the Rev. James Chariiock, perpetual curate ot Haworth, in the parish of Bradford. On Friday, Mr. Wm. Brown, of the Wellington Inn, Huddersfield. On Saturday, after a lingering illness, Mr. W. Beau- mont, of the Lane, Huddcn.fi eld, merchant. Monday last, Mrs. Hartley, relict of, the late Mr. John Hartley, pf Manston, farmer. Thursday sennight, in London, Rhoda, the wife of Mr. Frederick Flower, of York and Hull, after up- ! wards of 25 years of severe affliction. Wednesday, Mrs. Brook, wife of Mr. James Brook, of Southowram, near Halifax. On Wednesday, to the great grief of his family and friends, Mr. Richard Catdey, of York, merchant. Wednesday last, at Askwith, near Otley, Mr. Bolton, of the Fox Inn, and many years huntsman to the late. Sir James fbbetson, Bart, of Denton Park. At Henley, in Arden, on the 2d in*'. Major John Hilton, late of the 2oth Light Dragoons, in the year of his age, after a long and severe illness. On Thursday, at the house uf his brother-in-law, Mr. W. Melville, Nottingham, on his return f rom London to Matlock, where he was going for the recovery of his health, Mr. Richard Townend, youngest son of the late Wm. Townend, Esq. of Ardwick-place, near Man- , ehester. . . On Friday, aged 82, Mrs. Booth, relict of the lata I Mr. Wm. Booth, of Little Horton, near Bradford, j On Saturday morning, Mr. Mordecai Patterson, an ! eminent dyer of Halifax. Same day, at Halifax, Miss Kershaw, aged 80; a maiden lady, universally respected. On Saturday, aged 7«, greatly Mr. John Brooksbank, of Park-Hill, Gardens, Wakefield. On Saturday, aged 84, Mr. Thomas Pu»eine, many years lawllord of the White Lion Inn, in W «*eheld. On Tuesday last, at Thorp-Arch, near \\ ethcrby, .aged 72, Mrs. Frances Dring, a maiden lady.