Belfast Morning News - 24 February 1868


February 22, at 51, High Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Michael Hollywood, of a daughter.

February 21, at 181, Agnes Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Hugh Morrison, of a daughter.

February 15, the wife of Mr. James Alex. Duff, Granshaw, of a son.

February 20, at Upperlands, Maghera, the wife of Chas. Clarke, Esq., of a son.


February 21, is the First Presbyterian Church, Donegore, by the Rev. Samuel Smythe Alison, Mr. John Boyd, Rathmore, Dunadry, to Martha, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Tomlinson, Rathmore.

February 16, in the Roman Catholic Church, Newtownards, by the Rev. P. M'Convey, P.P., Mr. Thos. M'Ginn, to Mary Young, both of Newtownards.

February 19, in the Roman Catholic Church, Kells, County Meath, by the Rev. Peter Fagan, C.C., John Corry Larkin, her Majesty's Inland Revenue, Trim, eldest son of Mr. Patrick Larkin, Lurgan, County Armagh, to Jane, eldest daughter of Maurice Mullaly, Esq., Kells, County Meath.

February 20, by the Rev. J. Kearney, P P., assisted by the Rev. K. M'Kenna, Mr. Jas. M'Keown, Newtownlimavady, to Mary, third daughter of Mr. Neal M'Cay, Artikelly.

February 18, in the Presbyterian Church, Knappagh, by the Rev. D. Coote, Matilda Jane, daughter of Mr. Ryan Wilson, Kullcorn, to Mr. David Holmes, Lewyscollip, Dungannon.

February 19, in the Roman Catholic Church, Killevan, by the Rev. Eugene Gillon, P.P., Mr. George Murray, of Cootehill, County Cavan, 1o Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. David Clarkin, Newbliss, County Monaghan.

February 19, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Donaghadee, by the Rev. Dr. Crook, Mr. Hugh M'Bratney, Lisburn, to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. Hugh Minnis, Mill Street, Newtownards.

February 22, in Aghagallon Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. S. Magorian. Mr. Thomas Magill, Derryhirk, to Anna, second daughter of Mr. Charles Magee, White Hall, Aghagallon.

February 29, in the Raloo Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Whiteford, Mr. Daniel Bunting, Ballyvernstown, Parish of Glynn, to Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of same place.

February 18, in Bundoran Church, Arthur Wellesley Malley, Esq., to Hannah, youngest daughter of the late John Anderson, Esq., Sligo.


February 22, at 7, Nelson Street, Belfast, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. Ralph Stockman. Her remains will be removed for interment in Shankhill Burying-ground, this (Monday) morning, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

February 21, at his father's residence, 23, Fleetwood Street, Belfast, William M. Wheeler, aged 9 years.

February 21, at 4, Henrietta Street, Belfast, Matilda, wife of Mr. Samuel M'Roberts, late of Great Edward Street.

February 20, at 118, Dublin Road, Belfast, Jane, wife of Mr. Jas. Brady.

February 18, at the residence of his brother, Kilwaughter, Larne, Mr. James Humphreys, aged 63 years.

February 15, at Sharon Glebe, Londonderry, Barbara. wife of Mr. J. W. Ball, and fifth daughter of the late Captain J. Lewin, of H.M.'s 30th Regt., Mill View Lodge, Co. Galway.

February 20, at his residence, Tullykeel, Ardee, Thomas W. Filgate, Esq., aged 49 years.

February 20, at Silver Hill, Enniskillen, the Rev. John Henderson, A.B., T.C.D., only son of Mr. Wm. Henderson.

February 19, at Farm Hill, Holywood, Mary, youngest daughter of Alexander Mitchell, Esq., C.E.

February 20, at Shipquay Street, Derry, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Joseph Patton, aged 5 years.

February 21, at his father's residence, Larne, William, eldest son of Mr. William Wright, aged 15 years.

February 13, at his residence, Kesh, County Fermanagh, Henry Brandon, Esq.

February 20, at her residence, 54, High Street, Lurgan, Mary Ann Dobson, aged 82 years.

February 14, at her residence in Lisnaskea, Mary, relict of the late Rev. George Irwin, of Tuam, at an advanced age.

February 21, at his grandfather's residence. Boghill, Edward Joseph, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Esdale, Coleraine, aged 12 years and 11 months.

February 21, Ada Florence, daughter of David Wilson, Esq., Belfast.

February 29, at Gladstone House, Southsea, England, after confinement, Jane, wife of John Breakey, Esq., M.D.R.N.

February 17, at his residence, Mill Street, Larne, Mr. James Boyd.



Arrived at this port, on the 21st instant, the Storm Nymph, Brannon, from Alicante, with esparto -- Hamilton & Co., Ballyclare, consignees.

Arrived at Queenstown, on the 21st instant, the City of Antwerp (s.), from Liverpool, and left for New York; the Sappe, from Bayonne to Newry.

Sailed from Queenstown, on the 21st instant, the Express, for Havana.

Arrived at Dublin, on the 2lst instant, the Volunteer, from Antwerp.

WESTPORT, FEB. 21 -- The smack Bellona, of Penryn, had to slip her anchor in Clew Bay, and ran ashore in Westport Harbour.

The schooner Mary Louisa, af Aberystwith, from Dieppe for Runcorn, sunk with all hands, after being in collision with the E. H. Taylor, on the 20th inst., off St. Catherine's.


Arrived at Queenstown, on the 22nd instant, the Memphis, from Newport to St. Thomas, sails split and bulwarks gone; the Princess, from Berdianski; the Richard M'Manus, from Callao; the Cassilda, from Newport to New York, reported leaky.

Sailed from Queenstown, on the 22nd instant, the Trafalgar, for London; the Rosalie, for Bristol; the Bortticher, for Newross; the Esteria, for Greenock; the Sterachase, for Gloucester; the Thracian, for Maryport; the Sylphide, for Dublin; the Freden, for Gloucester.

Arrived at Dublin, on the 22nd instant, the Majestic, from London.

Arrived at Kingstown, on the 22nd instant, the Star, from Marianople.


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