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PAGAN-Mary, who died at Papcastle, November 27th, 1916.

PARK-At the Isolation Hospital, Aldershot, on the 26th April 1931, Private Christopher, the beloved son of john James and Grace Park, 13, Lonsdale Place, Flimby, aged 20 years.  Interred at Flimby Cemetery.

PARK - On June 30th, 1938 at Irt Cottage, Wasdale, Edward PARK, aged 76 years. Interment at Wasdale

PARK - At Hethersgill, on the 17th July 1844, aged 85 years, Mary PARK, widow of Mr. John PARK

PARK-MARY, the beloved wife of JAMES PARK, who died at 32 Main street Frizington, April 3rd 1915, in her 69th year. Also WILLIAM, their eldest son , and dearly beloved husband of ELIZABETH PARK, who died at Wallsend-On-Tyne, March 24th 1908, in his 38th year, and was interred at Wallsend-on-tyne Cemetery.

PARK. - On the 15th Oct. 1902 at Frizington, Thomas Tyson PARK, iron miner, aged 58 years.

PARK-Samuel, At the Old Brewery, Irish-street, Whitehaven, Dec. 1844, employed in the capacity of drayman, for the last 23 years, MR. SAMUEL PARK, at an advanced age.

PARK. In loving memory of Private William Walker Park, Border
Regiment, who was killed in action on 27th March 1918, youngest son of
the late John Park, Brown Beck, Naddle, Keswick, aged 24 years. Deeply
regretted.

PARKER- At the residence of her son, William, at Glenville House, Haltwhistle, 23rd March 1903, Elizabeth, widow of the late John PARKER, of Asby,Cumberland, aged 66 years. Interred at Haltwhistle Cemetery.

PARKER: On the 10th Apr. 1882, at the Union Workhouse, Cockermouth, Elizabeth, widow of Mr. William PARKER, labourer, aged 77 years.

PARKER-At 14 Devonshire Street, Workington, on the 12th June 1903, Jane, widow of the late Joseph PARKER, of Camerton, aged 76 years. Was interred at Camerton Church

PARKER - On the 2nd Oct. 1855, MARGARET, wife of MR. JAMES PARKER, innkeeper, Annan, late of Castlecarrock, aged 31 years - much respected.

PARKER-On the 24th Jan.1884, at Skirwith Abbey, Penrith, MARY VIOLET, eldest daughter of E. W. PARKER, Esq., Skirwith Abbey, Penrith, aged two years and six months.

PARKER- On the 23d Jan, 1856, at his residence, Skirwith Abbey, Cumberland, WILLIAM PARKER, Esq., in the 67th year of his age.

PARKIN-At Langrigg, on the 29th May 1895. Henry, infant son of Joseph GREENUP and Annie PARKIN.

PARKIN- On the 6th June 1860., at Norwood JAMES PARKIN, Esq., of the Leathes, Cumberland,aged 64.

PARKIN-Robert Parkin, late of High Scotch Street, Whitehaven, who was killed at Haig Pit, January 29th, 1931.

PARKIN- At Eamont-lodge, on the 16th June 1858, SARAH MARGARET, relict of the late HUGH PARKIN, Esq., of Skirsgill, in the county of Cumberland, in the 88th year of her age.

PARKIN-Walter, Whitehaven, son of Robert, died January 11th, 1928.

PARKINGTON, Catherine, Kings Arm Inn, Workington, Feb. 1777

PARSLEY-On the 2nd June 1897 at Frizington, Joseph William, infant son of Joseph PARSLEY.

PARTRIDGE, On the 2d April, 1819, at his native place, Ambleside, in Westmorland, aged 76, MR. PARTRIDGE, sen., for above 40 years an inhabitant of St. Paul, Covent-garden, London.

PASCOE-Pvt. James Pascoe, who died in the Military Hospital, London, December 1918. Was interred at Arlecdon.

PATRICKSON.- At the Workhouse, Penrith, on the 20th May 1986. Edith PATRICKSON, infant.

PATRICKSON-On the 8th 1932, at 77 Duke Street, Southport, Mary PATRICKSON, wife of William Charles PATRICKSON. Interred at Southport Cemetery.

PATTERSON-Elizabeth the beloved wife of William Hunter Patterson, of Keekle Terrace, Hensingham, who died at Moor Row, March 16th 1901.

PATTERSON - In Botchergate, July 1844, Mr. James PATTERSON, aged 92 years.

PATTERSON-SARAH, the wife of MR. JOSEPH PATTERSON, in the 28th year of her age; Whitehaven, Dec. 1844

PATTERSON-On the 6th Feb. 1897, at Town Hall Buildings, Scotch-street, Whitehaven, William Tweddle WILSON, infant son of James PATTERSON, police sergeant.

PATTINSON. - On April 2, 1931, Albert, dearly beloved son of Thomas and Hannah PATTINSON, aged 10 months. Was interred at Westnewton

PATTINSON-George, formerly of Whitehaven, died in Winnipeg General Hospital, Canada, Jan. 1932.

PATTINSON-Accidentally killed, at Gillfoot Station, on the 15th Sept. 1903, Henry of Kerbeck Cottage, Beckermet, aged 44 years. Interred at St John's Church, Beckermet.

PATTINSON. - At Ravenstone, on Thursday August 7, 1913, Margaret, widow of the late John PATTINSON.

PATTINSON-On the 28th Nov. 1902, at Moore ??, Dearham, Mr. Robert PATTINSON.

PATTINSON-At Blencogo, on the 22nd inst., Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Pattinson, Bromfield Hall.  Was interred at Bromfield on November 24th, 1920

PATTINSON-Capt. John, at Seaton, near Workington, Feb. 1812

PATTINSON-Mary Lister (Polly), wife of Tom, who died at 55, Harriston, Aspatria, May 17th 1925

PATTINSON. - On the 28th June 1882, at Seaton, MR. THOMAS PATTINSON, aged 70years.

PATTINSON-On the 30th Sept.1879, at Burlington-place, Carlisle, MR. TYSON PATTINSON, aged 61 years.

PEACHY. - On the 24th 1897, at Frizington, ARTHUR F., infant son of WILLIAMJOHN PEACHY, railway platelayer.

PEARCE-At 76, Trumpet-road, Wath Brow, Cleator Moor, On Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 1905, James, the beloved husband of the late Mary A. PEARCE.To be interred at St. John's Church, Cleator Moor.

PEARS-Frances, the dear adopted daughter of James and Sarah Ann MOORE, Brigham, died April 18th, 1931, aged 22 years.

PEARS-On the 1st Dec. 1902, at 41 Main-street, Kes??, Tamar, widow of the late Mr. Nathaniel, aged 66 years.

PEARSON - On the 19th March 1882, at Orchard-House, Dearham,Alfred, son of Mr George PEARSON, general merchant, aged 13 months

PEARSON-B. PEARSON, who died at Lodge Farm, Great Clifton, on September 13th 1902.

PEARSON,Daniel High, the beloved husband of ELIZA PEARSON, who died at 49 Jacktrees-road, Cleator Moor on August 29th 1897.

PEARSON-At 136, Main Street, Frizington, on September 11th, 1903, EDNA MARY, the  dearly beloved daughter of THOMAS and ELEANOR PEARSON, aged 12 months. Interred at St. Paul's Churchyard.

PEARSON - On the 1st April, 1882, at 27, Sheffield-street, Carlisle, Margaret, widow of William PEARSON, Cote Hill, aged 81 years.

PEARSON-On the 20thOct. 1879,at Queen-street, Carlisle, Mary Pearson, aged 50 years.

PEARSON-On the 15th April 1882, at High Hesket, Thomas, aged 30 years 

PEFFEY-aged 13 years. Interred at Camerton Church, on Friday,  the 18th Sept. 1903.

PEILE–On the 26th Nov.1879, at Washington Street, Workington, Mary, relict of Captain Joseph PEILE, aged 55 years.

PEIRSON.--On the 2nd Oct. 1869, at South View, near York, Charles HARLAND, son of
Harland PEIRSON, Esq., formerly of this town.

PENN - At the Irish Damside, on the 29th Sept. 1855, MR. JAMES PENN, dyer, aged 79 years - much respected.

PENNINGTON-On the 18th Oct. 1879, at Sawrey, Mr John Pennington, in his 74th year

PENNINGTON, In Charles-street, Whitehaven on the 4th Oct. 1855, MARY JANE, daughter of MR. JOHN PENNINGTON, mariner, aged 4-1/2 years

PENNINGTON, At London, on the 30th Sept. 1855, OCTAVIUS CUTHBERT, youngest son of ROWLAND PENNINGTON, Esq., of Whitehaven, aged 22 years.

PENNY - At Harrington, Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. Alan PENNY, July 1844, aged 26 years.

PERCY-On the 23rd Nov. 1902 at Cleator Moor, William, printer, aged 53 years.

PERRING-At 5 Brunton-place, Carlisle, Robert PERRING, Esq., in his 82nd year. Oct. 1869

PERRY-On the 13th Sept. 1879 at Greenodd near Ulverston MR GEORGE JAMES PERRY of Barrow-in-Furness aged 34 years.

PERRYMAN-George, the beloved husband of Florence Perryman (nee Lawson), who died at 3, Clay Street, Workington, December 3rd, 1918.

PETERS-Whilimina Connor, who died at 91 Nelson Street, Maryport, on November 20th, 1919, aged 9 months.

PEAK-On the 5th June 1895, at No. 2 Murraydale Terrace, Workington, the residence of his sister, after a long and painful illness, Thomas PEAK, son of Thomas and Ann PEAK, late of Wilson Street, aged 43 years, Interred at St John's Church.

PEARSON-Daniel High PEARSON, the beloved husband of Eliza, who departed this life at No. 49, Jacktrees Road,  Cleator Moor, August 29th, 1897, aged 52 years.

PEARSON- On the 2d Feb. 1857, at Bury St. Edmund's, ELIZA HINCKES, relict of JOHNPEARSON, Esq., of Hawkesdale Ladge, Cumberland, in her 82d year.

PEARSON- On the 8th May, 1833, of apoplexy, Henry PEARSON, Esq., for many years an eminent solicitor of Carlisle, aged 57.

PEARSON-On the 9th March 1884, at Brunswick-square, Penrith, Cumberland MARGARET HARKNESS, widow of ROBT. PEARSON, Esq., M. D., and sister of the late PROFESSOR HARKNESS, of Queen's College, Cork.

PEARSON- Sarah Pearson, who died November 30th, 1918, at 64, Senhouse Street, Maryport.

PEERS. At Chester on the 12 the Apr. 1918Diana, the dearly beloved wife
of Richard Barrow Peers, eldest daughter of the late Thomas and
Isabella ATKINSON, formerly of Pooley Bridge.

PICKTHALL-On the 16th May 1899, at Lonsdale Place, John Pickthall, aged 70 years. Interred at the Whitehaven Cemetary

PICKUP - At 14 Morton Street, on the 27th January 1933. Henry James (Harry), dearly loved husband of Margaret Pickup. Was interred at Scotby

PIERCE- At Harrington,Dec 1844, Capt. HENRY PIERCE, aged 78 years

PILGRIM-On the 23rd Nov.1879, at the Union Workhouse, Cockermouth, Mr. John PILGRIM, aged 54 years.

PIRT: On the 14th Apr. 1882, at Green Gill, Gilcrux, Mary, widow of Mr Thomas PIRT, farmer and innkeeper, aged 65 years.

PIRT. On the 13th July 1882, at Croft House, Bethel, MR. ROBERT PIRT, late of Torpenhow Hall, aged 65 years.

PLANT-at Birmingham, a gardener, of the name of PLANT, aged 106.Feb. 1814

PLASKETT-At 17 Brayton Street, Workington, on the 18th Sept. 1903, Jane Ann,the beloved daughter of John and Mary Ann PLASKETT, aged 22 years

PLENDERLEATH-At Redeleugh, in the parish of Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, on Sunday, the 10th znov. 1844, Mrs. Mary PLENDERLEATH, wife of MR. Robert PLENDERLEATH, farmer, aged 84 years

PLOMER-, Sir Wm. PLOMER, Knt. Alderman of the City of London. April 1812

PLUMMER-At Yew Close Farm, Plumbland, on May 31st, 1895, Mary, beloved wife of Robinson, aged 67 years,  Interred at Plumbland

PLUMMER. - On the 26th Feb. 1897 at High Harrington, Ann, wife of John PLUMMER, railway platelayer, aged 41 years.

POLLARD-On the 4th Feb. 1897, at Jefferson's Court, John POLLARD, tanner, aged 85 years.

POOL-At Banks Lane, George Street, Whitehaven, on May 2nd,1931, Leonard, beloved husband of Annie G Pool, aged 49 years. Interred at Whitehaven.

POOLE-at 17, Bridge ST., Workington, very suddenly, George, beloved husband of Eunice A. Poole, aged 62. Interred at Clifton Church.

PONSONBY-Pvt. T., 8th Oxford and Bucks. Forces, who died from pneumonia in Salonica, November 29th, 1918, aged 30 years, dearly beloved son of Peter and Mary J. Ponsonby, New Grange Farm, Dearham.

PONSONBY-in Kinnyside, near this town, Mr John PONSONBY, a respectable yeoman, in the 69th year of his age.Feb. 1812

POOLE - On the 18th March 1882, at Senhouse-street, Maryport,Mary Isabella, daughter of Mr Watson POOLE, watchmaker,aged 10 weeks.

PORTER-At no. 1 Abbotsford Place, Maryport, Hannah, loved  wife of WILLIAM PORTER and second daughter of MARGARET and the late WILLIAM  YOUNG, Dearham aged 38yrs.Oct. 1903

PORTHOUSE–On the 26th Oct. 1879, at Quay-street, Whitehaven, Margaret, daughter of Mr John Baxter Porthouse, slater, aged 2 years and 11 months.

POSTGATE-On the 5th. June 1931, Thomas the beloved husband of Sarah Postgate aged 69 years.  To be interred at Cockermouth Cemetery.

POSTLETHWAITE - on the 27th Nov. 1882, at Low House, Millom, Betty, eldest and last surviving daughter of the late George POSTLETHWAITE, age 76 years.

POSTLETHWAITE.--On the 11th Oct. 1869, at 38, Charles-street, Mr. Robert POSTLETHWAITE, aged 19 years.


POSTLETHWAITE-Elizabeth Postlethwaite, second daughter of Dinah Wardlow (late of Dearham) and the late Thomas Wardlow, who died at No. 4, Southey Street,Keswick, December 3rd, 1919.

POSTLETHWAITE-Florence Postlethwaite who died at 2, Springfield Villas, Hensingham, on April 27th, 1931, aged 56 years. IntermentApril 20th, 1931, at the Whitehaven Cemetery.

POSTLETHWAITE, wife of James, retired registrar, Bank End House, Kirkby-in-Furness, which took place on Friday, after a very long illness, extending about twenty years.

POTTS-At 120 Harrington Road, Workington, 23rd June 1898, Anne Jackson, aged 2 years and 5 months, and on the 24th inst, Alan Victor, aged 10 months, the dearly beloved children of Thos. F. and Mary POTTS. Interred at Harrington Road Cemetery.

POTTS - On the 1st April 1882, at 38, Etterby-at-Stanwix, Grace Ellwood, second daughter of the late Frederick Fletcher Vane POTTS of Carlisle and Hosket Hill, Cumberland.

POTTS-Feb. 1793, in the 88th year of his age, Joseph POTTS, Esq. Mayor ofCarlisle, in his third Mayoralty, and a Justice of the Peace for the Countyof Cumberland.

POTTS - On the 29th Nov.1879, at the Ironworks, Seaton. Mr. William POTTS, labourer, aged 59 years.

PRATT-of Wigton, Feb. 1814 officer of excise in the prime of his life.

PRESTON - On the 18th March 1897, at Woodside, Waberthwaite, William, son of William PRESTON, farmer, aged 9 years.

PRIESTMAN - At the 16th Oct. 1855, at Rosgill, parish of Shap, Mr. William PRIESTMAN.

PRINGLE.- At Keswick, on the 27th Jan. 1885, Mr Richard Pringle, stome cutter,aged 35 years.

PRIOR-On the 22nd Nov.1879, at Market Place, Cockermouth, Mary, infant daughter of Mr. PRIOR, draper, and outfitter

PRITT-Jane Pritt, who died at Parton, Jan. 11th 1931.

PRITT - On the 2nd March 1897, at Arlecdon, Jane, widow of John PRITT, miner, aged 55 years.

PROUDFOOT-On the 17th Feb. 1897, at Walkmill, Moresby, George PROUDFOOT, labourer, aged 23 years.

PUNSHON- At 11, Horbury Crescent, Notting Hill, London, on the 10th Nov. 1858, aged 35,Maria Anne, wife of the Rev. Wm. PUNSHON, Wesleyan Minister.

PURDY-Cornelius, the beloved husband of Mary Purdy, Bullgill, who departed this life, August 9th 190_

PURDY-Jane, in Scotch-street, Sept. 1819 widow aged 70.

PURCHAS- On the 11th Nov. 1858, aged 73 years, William PURCHAS, Esq., of Flanders Hall,West Burton, Wensleydale.

 

 
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