Belfast Morning News - Friday, 1 November 1861

Births

October 31, at Belfast, the wife of Mr. Thomas E. Fitzpatrick, of a daughter.

October 28, the wife of Mr. Martin Wallace, Albert Ville, Belfast, of a daughter.

October 30, at The Grange, Bright, the wife of the Rev. T. Blackwood Price, of a son.

October 29, at Londonderry, the wife of William Miller, Esq., M.D., of a son and heir.

October 29, at Strabane, the wife of David Welsh, Esq., T.C., of a daughter.

October 28, at Donegal, the wife of Mr. A. M'Loone, of a daughter.

Married

October 30, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Blaney, C.C., Mr. Wm. John M'Dowell, compositor, to Miss Annie Moran, both of Belfast.

October 29, in Barr Roman Catholic Church, by the Very Rev. Dr. M'Donnell, V.G., P.P., Mr. Patrick Magenis, Dromantine, to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. P. Savage, Lurganarr, Glen.

October 29, in the Parish Church, Monkstown, Dublin, by the Rev. Sir C. R. Lighton, Bart., assisted by the Rev. Francis Dobbs, Prebendary of Connor, R. Cathcart Dobbs, Esq., C.E., Mysore Commission, to Harriette Adelaide, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Traill, D.D., Rector of Schull, county Cork.

October 28, in Tartaraghan Church, by the Rev. G. Robinson, Mr. George Lennon, to Miss Sarah Rippet, both of Cloncarish.

October 23, in Moira Church, by the Rev. Mr. Hannay, Mr. Wm. Bright, to Miss Bessie Dowling, both of Armagh.

Died

October 29, at his residence, University Square, Belfast, Robert Roddy, Esq. His remains will be removed for interment at Comber, on to-morrow (Saturday) morning, the 2nd Nov., at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

October 30, at Belfast, Thomas Lindsay, Esq., Chief-Constable, aged 70 years.

October 29, at Dunowen, Belfast, Mary Jane, wife of John Hind, Esq.

October 29, at her residence, William Street, Derry, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Andrew Paul.

October 27, at his residence, Wilmslow, Cheshire, Mr. Daniel Symington, aged 64 years.

October 7, in New York, Patrick Saunderson, a native of the county Cavan, in the 64th year of his age.

July 28, at Williamstown, Australia, Mr. J. Richardson, late of Belfast, in his 59th year.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Monday, 4 November 1861

Births

November 1, at Scoutbush, the wife of Andrew Forsythe, Esq., of a daughter.

November 1, at Antrim, the wife of Andrew Spearing, Esa., M.D., of a daughter.

October 24, at Gilford, county Down, the wife of Mr. Thomas Thompson, of a daughter.

October 30, at Roseneath, Armagh, the wife of the Rev. J. E. Costello, of a daughter.

Married

October 31, in Great Victoria Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Montgomery, Mr. James Milliken, to Miss Georgina K. Kane, both of Belfast.

October 31, in St. Patrick's Church, Ballymena, by the Rev. Edward Maguire, Incumbent, Mr. Samuel Thomson, bookseller and stationer, to Louisa, only daughter of Mr. John Woodside, Castle Street, Ballymena.

October 30, in Grange Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. H. Perry, of Portglenone, Mr. James B. Elliott, of Tully, to Jane, daughter of Mr. M'Ileery, Portglenone.

October 27, in Barnmeen Chapel, by the Rev. Thomas Brady, P.P., Mr. Patrick Rice, Derryraw, to Margaret Teresa, only daughter of the late Mr. A. Murphy, of Barnmeen.

Died

November 3, at 9, Grace Street, off Hamilton Street, Belfast, Mr. Patrick Kerns, aged 24 years. -- His remains will be removed from his late residence for interment in Friar's Bush Burying-ground on to-morrow morning, 5th inst., at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

November 1, at No. 51, Cromac Street, Belfast, Marcella, daughter of the late Mr. John Allen, Malone.

November 2, at Portadown, in the 64th year of his age, Mr. Daniel Bulla.

November 1, at Wandsworth. Mr. John Dawson Watlock, aged 54 years.

November 1, at Church Street, Ballymena, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Alex. Craig.

October 31, at the National Schools, Downpatrick, aged 26 years, Esther, wife of Mr. Thomas Gracey, Law Clerk.

October 30, at Glenside, Collin Glen, Margaret, relict of the late Mr. John M'Quillan, formerly of the Glens of Antnm.

October 30, at Dromore, near Stewartstown, Mr. George M'Cullough, aged 74 years.

September 27, in Hampstead, Long Island, America, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. T. P. Stevenson, formerly of Enniskillen, aged 43 years.

July 22, at Newtown, Sydney, Lillias M'Clymont, formerly of Stranraer, Scotland, wife of the Rev. William Mills, for twenty years a missionary at Samoa.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Wednesday, 6 November 1861

Births

November 2, at 1, Athol Terrace, Belfast, the wife of Mr. John Jamieson, of a son.

November 1, at Melbourne Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Thomas Hewitt, of a daughter.

November 4, at Thornbank, Holywood, the wife of the Rev. Henry Henderson, of a son.

November 2, at Tubberslane Farm, county Donegal, the wife of Wm. Ferris, Esq., merchant, Londonderry, of a son.

October 27, at the residence of her father, Banbridge, the wife of Joseph Shannon, Esq., Dublin, of a daughter.

Married

November 1, in the Sinclair Seamen's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. H. H. Carson, of Ballyweaney, Mr. Thomas M'Murray, of Belfast, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Usher Oswald, of Dromore.

November 2. in Loughgall Chapel, by the Rev. P. Hanratty, P.P., Mr. Francis Madden, of Gallrock, to Miss Eliza M'Niece, of Eglish, both of Tartaraghan.

October 30, at Brechin, by the Rev. Dr. M'Cosh, Queen's College, Belfast, brother-in-law of the bride, William Ferrier, Esq., Glasgow, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Alexander Guthrie, Esq., Brechin.

Died

November 1, at North Queen Street, Belfast, Mr. Arthur M'Guigan, aged 27 years.

November 3, at his residence. Church Quarter, near Dundonald, Mr. John Wallace, aged 73 years.

November 2, at the residence of her father, Charlotte, second daughter of James Malcolm, Esq., Lurgan.

November 2, at his residence, Harcourt Street, Dublin, David Brereton, Esq., M.D., aged 62 years.

November 2, William Robert, second son of Mr. John M'Cleery, Dundalk, aged 6 months.

November 1, at Carrickfergus, Samuel Erskine, Esq., aged 79 years.

October 16, at New York, John Joyce, a native of Portadown, county Armagh, in the 60th year of his age.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Friday, 8 November 1861

Births

November 4, at 178, York Street, Belfast, the wife of Sir. Edward J. Cotton, of a son.

November 4, at 13, Hereford Street, Park Lane, London, the Marchioness of Carmarthen, of a son.

November 3, at Dungannon, the wife of Mr. Robert Leech, of a daughter.

Married

November 6, in St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Miller, Captain James Ewing, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. James Whisker, Belfast.

November 5, in the Berry Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. H. Hanna, D.D., Wm. Graham, Esq., of Great George's Street, Belfast, to Lizzie, eldest daughter of T. Semple, Esq., Corporation Street, Belfast.

November 5, in St. Anne's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. John Cotter MacDonnell, brother to the bride. Captain Needham, late 68th Light Infantry, of Summerhill, county Wicklow, to Anna Maria, daughter of the Rev. Richard MacDonuell, D.D., Provost of Trinity College, Dublin.

November 5, at Desertcreat Parish Church, by the Rev. T. H. Porter, D.D., Mr. William George Irwin, Aghereany, Donaghmore, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Wilson Mackay, P.L.G., The Isle, Rock, Dungannon.

October 31, in Tamlaghtocrilly Church, by the Rev. J. Miller, Mr. George Neely, Laragh, Swateragh, to Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr. George Neely, Tivaconary, Tamlaghtocrilly.

August 7, at Sydney, N.S.W., William, second son of Mr. J. Wilson, Monaghan, Ireland, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. D. Graham.

Died

November 6, at his late residence, 66, Great Patrick Street, Belfast, Mr. Hugh A. Young, aged 35 years. His remains will he removed for interment in Friar's Bush Burying-ground, on this day (Friday), the 8th inst., at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

November 6, at 51, Falls Road, Belfast, Mrs. Boyce, daughter of the late Wm. Heron, Esq., of Dromore.

November 5, at Artillery Street, Belfast, Martha Livingston, aged 66 years.

November 5, at Esslandaduff, near Garvagh, in the parish of Dungiven, Mr. George O'Mullan, aged 71 years.

November 4, at Monavallet, Dundalk, Owen Neary, Esq.

November 4, at Eglish, Tartaraghan, in the 103rd year of his age, Mr. Patrick M'Niece.

November 3, at Rockcorry, John Rankin, eldest son of Robert Moore, Esq., M.D., aged 8 years.

October 18, in New York, of consumption, Mrs. Ellen Maurray, a native of Cavan, Ireland, in the 33rd year of her age.

October 18, in New York, Thomas Stapleton, a native of the county of Meath, Ireland, in the 60th year of his age.

October 6, at Trenton, C.W., Denis Macaulay, a native of the county of Antrim, Ireland, aged 67 years.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Monday, 11 November 1861

Births

October 30, at 29, Christopher Street, Belfast, Mrs. William Gourlie Pollock, of a son.

Nov. 7, at 5, Sussex Place, Belfast, the wife of Mr. S. Lefevre, of a son.

November 7, at Carrowdore Castle, Mrs. Delacherois Crommelin, of a son.

November 4, the wife of Mr. James Smyth, Clones, of a dangltter.

November 3, the wife of Mr. Moore, station-master, Ballymoney, of a daughter.

October 28, at Fern, Castlederg, the wife of Thos. Browne, Esq., of a son.

Married

November 7, in Fisherwick Place Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Morgan, Mr. James Johnston, to Mrs. Margaret Beattie, both of Holywood.

November 9, at May Street Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Henry Cooke, D.D., L.L.D., Archibald Dunlop, Esq., M.D., Holywood, county Down, second son of the Rev. Samuel Dunlop. Hillhall, to Elizabeth J. B. Stanton, widow of the late Captain W. Barron Stanton (late H.M.'s 91st Regiment), and youngest daughter of the Rev. the President of Queen's College, Belfast.

November 7, at St. Baithin's Church, St. Johnston, Derry, by the Rev. Mr. Stephens, P.P., Mr. George O'Donnell, Kildrum, to Catherine, second daughter of Mr. John Anderson, Carrickmore.

November 2, at the Desertmartin Chapel, by the Rev. Mr. Boyle, C.C., assisted by the Very Rev. E. Donnelly, P.P., Mr. Pearson M'Glinchy, engineer, Cullybackey Steam Mills, Ballymena, to Mary, youngest daughter of William Ferrin, Esq., Boveagh, near Desertmartin.

November 7, in the Presbyterian Church, Carryduff, by the Rev. S. D. Burnside, Mr. John M'Cann, of Mullough, to Miss Mary Lowe, of Carryduff.

November 5, in St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Mr. James Hervey, Depot 62nd Regiment, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr. John Irwin, Belfast.

November 7, at Aghadoey Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Brown, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Thomas Davidson, A.M., Garvagh, the Rev. David Simpson, F.C., Laurencekirk, Scotland, to Mrs. Jane M'Intyre, eldest daughter of James Thomas, Esq., Ballydivitt, Ballymoney.

November 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownards, by the Rev. Julius M'Cullough, James, son of the late Mr. John Cooper, Cunningburn Mills, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John Patton, Ballyhaft.

November 7, in the Presbyterian Church, Portrush, by the Rev. J. Stewart, Mr. Hugh Dougan, to Margaret Jane Dougan, fifth daughter of the late William Dougan, Ballyboggy.

Died

November 9, at the residence of her son-in-law, James Kennedy, 107, Bradbury Place, Belfast, Mrs. Megarry, relict of the late Henry Megarry, Dromore, aged 76 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Shankhill Burying-ground on Tuesday (to-morrow) morning, at eight o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

November 9, at No. 19, Lonsdale Street, Belfast, Mary, widow of the late David M'Clure Service. -- Her remains will be removed for interment in the New Burying-ground, on Tuesday (to-morrow) morning, at nine o'clock.

November 10, of consumption, aged 19 years, John, only son of Mr. John Vance, 77, Little Patrick Street, Belfast.

November 5, at Church Street, Ballymena, Matilda, daughter of Mr. Alexander Craig.

November 7, at his residence, 40, Upper Gloucester Street, Dublin, J. P. Doyle, Esq., merchant, aged 76 years.

November 4, at Synott Place, Dublin, Caroline, relict of the late Richard C. Chambers, Esq., of Lifford.

November 3, at Saintfield, Dr. W. E. Sheppard, aged 24 years.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Wednesday, 13 November 1861

Births

November 9, the wife of Mr. Robert Ferris, Islandmagee, of a daughter.

November 10, at 15, Mill Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Hugh Rea, of a daughter.

November 9, at Dunmanway, county Cork, the wife of Mr. Thomas Maxwell, Belfast, of a daughter.

Married

November 8, Stephen Garvin, Esq., Castledawson, to Margaret, second daughter of John Houston, Esq., Portstewart.

November 7, in the Presbyterian Church, Moira, by the Rev. John M'Kee, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Graham, Mr. Thomas P. Lillburn, merchant, Dromore, to Matilda, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Corry, Dromore.

November 7, in Kilmore Church, by the Rev. James Jones, rector, assisted by the Rev. James Jones, jun., of Richhill, Robert Johnson, Esq., of Castleraw, to Mary, daughter of John Gibson, Esq., of Fruitfield, Crucat.

November 7, in St. Patrick's Cathedra, Dundalk, by the Rev. P. Kiernan, C.C., Mr. Stephen Murphy, to Amelia, youngest daughter of Mr. G. Henry, Little Mills, Dundalk.

Died

Nov. 10, at 135, North Street, Belfast, aged 3 years, Josephine, daughter of Mr. N. Marlow, Glasgow.

November 12, at No. 13, Falls Road, Belfast, Stewart, youngest son of Mr. Robert Campbell, aged 10 years.

November 9, at Ballynahinch, Alexander, second son of Mr. John Mack, aged 20 years.

November 9, at Ardtullach, Holywood, Robert, youngest son of R. Thompson, Esq., aged 15 years.

November 10, at the residence of her brother-in-law, the Rev. R. Anderson, Miss Scott, of Banbridge.

November 1, at Liverpool, in his third year, William Michael Locke Stephens, son of Mr. Wm. M. L. Mesney, screw-steamer Frankfort.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Friday, 15 November 1861

Births

November 12, at Tamlaght, Coagh, the wife of Mr. John Nesbitt, of a son.

November 12, at Coagh, county Tyrone, the wife of Mr. John Cassidy, of a daughter.

November 12, at Ashbrook, the wife of John Barre Beresford, Esq., Learmount, of a daughter.

November 10, at Ballymena, Mrs. David Ferries, Commercial Hotel, of a son.

November 9, at Omagh, the wife of Captain Maclean, Staff Officer of Pensioners, of a son.

November 14, the wife of Mr. George Phillips, Castlereagh Street, Mountpottinger, of a daughter.

November, 7, at Derryallen, Tandragee, the wife of Mr. Bernard M'Cann, of a daughter.

November 11, at Randalstown. the wife of Mr. John Kenney, stoker on the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, of a son.

November 13, at 6, Amelia Place, Southgate Road, London, the wife of Robert J. Black, M.D., of a daughter.

Married

November 13, in Townsend Street Church, Belfast, by the Rev. William Johnston, Mr. Hugh Pyper, to Lizzie, only daughter of James Bodel, Esq., the Manse, Townsend Street, Belfast.

November 12, in the First Presbyterian Meeting-house, Rosemary Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Henry Montgomery, LL.D., Robert Lloyd Patterson, son of Robert Patterson, Esq., to Frances Sarah, daughter of William B. Caughey, Esq., Northern Bank, Belfast.

November 6, in the May Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Cooke, D.D., LL.D., Mr. John Dulstan, of her Majesty's Customs, Liverpool, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Bailie, butter merchant, Belfast.

November 13, in Lurgan Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. William Patterson, Bangor, assisted by the Rev. L. E. Berkeley, Frederick Toulmain Dod, Esq., Glasgow, to Sarah Haliday, daughter of the late John Wilson, Esq., Staff Surgeon of the Royal South Down Militia, Bangor.

November 12, at Killinchy Church, county Down, by the Rev. Edward Lyle, James Acheson. second son of the late Hugh Lyle, Esq., of Knocktarna, Coleraine, to Emily Octavia. daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, Rector of Killinchy, county Down.

November 8, in the Unitarian Church, Templepatrick, by the Rev. J. Jennings Mr. William John Palmer, Belfast, to Matilda Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr. A. Palmer, Crumlin.

November 12, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W. H. Turle, M.A., cousin of the bride, Major the Hon. Lewis W. Milles, late Rifle Brigade, second son of Lord Sondes, to Elizabeth Georgiana, only daughter of Robert Turle, Esq., Armagh.

November 7, at Crossroads Roman Catholic Church, Killygordon, by the Rev. John Boyle, C.C., Mr. F. M'Monigle, merchant, Raphoe, to Bridget, fourth daughter of Mr. H. M'Menamin, Belalt.

Died

November 13, at 132, Earl Street, Belfast, Robert, son of Mr. Hugh Yuile, aged 11 years.

November 11, at Belfast, Humphrey May, Esq., Captain Royal Antrim Rifles, aged 31 years.

November 13, Mr. William Smyth, Gilgad.

November 11, at 11, Athole Crescent, Edinburgh, Miss Marjory Forbes, daughter of the late Dr. Robt. Forbes, M.D.

October 13, at his residence, in the township of Ne Pean, Samuel Davidson, Esq., formerly of Ballynease, county Derry, Ireland, aged 49 years.

November 10, at his residence, Kildrum, Mr. James Hamilton, sen., aged 84 years.

November 11, William Cunningham, aged 3 years, son of Mr. William Quigley, Elaghbeg.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Monday, 18 November 1861

Births

November 12, at her father's residence, Fairy Mount, Londonderry, the wife of Robert Buchanan, Esq., Fintona, of a son.

November 11, at Randalstown, the wife of Mr. John Kenny, of a son.

Nov. 13, at Dungannon, the wife of the Rev. F. H. Ringwood, of a daughter.

November 12, at Clifford, Yorkshire, the wife of James Burns, Esq., flax merchant, Laurel Lodge, Sydenham, Belfast, of a son.

November 13, the wife of Robert H. Mathews, Esq., Callan Lodge, Armagh, of a son.

November 12, at Downpatrick, the wife of Mr. James Steele, merchant, of a son.

November 8, at 7, South Union Street, Dundee, the wife of Mr. Robert Spence, of a daughter.

Married

November 15, in St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Vicar of Belfast, Colour-Sergeant Isaac Saunders, of H.M.'s 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment, to Miss Mary Thornton, of California Street, Belfast.

In May Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. J. W. Collins, Mr. Hugh M'Millan, to Miss Dorothea Hanna, both of Belfast.

November 14, in Great James's Street, Church, Derry, by the Rev. James Denham, D.D., James Cunningham, Esq., merchant, to Fanny, youngest daughter of William Scott, Esq., Cottage, Londonderry.

November 14, in the Chapel of Ease, Londonderry, by the Rev. Wm. Beresford, Andrew Rosborough, Esq., merchant, to Jane, fourth daughter of the late Marcus Hill Babington, Esq., Londonderry.

November 13, in St. Mark's Church, Armagh, by the Rev. J. W. Murray, Mr. David M'Kinny, to Miss Margaret Hayes, both of Armagh.

November 13, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. L. A. Le Pan, LL.D., assisted by the Rev. Dr. Mulligan, Montague Baldwin Mulligan, Esq., Belfast, to Josephine C., daughter of the late L. A. Le Pan. Esq., Belfast.

November 14, in Castleblayney Church, by the Rev. R.A. Byrne, John Ruddell, Esq., Portadown, to Eliza Jane, only daughter of the late Wm. Humphreys, Esq., Ballyhaise, county Cavan.

November 13, in Lurgan Presbyterian Church, Esq., Frederick Toulmen Dod, Esq., Glasgow, to Sarah Haliday, daughter of the late John Wilson, Esq., Staff Surgeon of the Royal South Down Militia.

November 14, in the Presbyterian Church, New Row, Coleraine, by the Rev. J. A. Canning, Mr. James Christie, Dunluce, to Annie, daughter of Mr. Adam Hind, Islandmore, Ballywillan.

November 15, in Terrace Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. J. Macdonnell, Mr. Robert M'Bride, Pullans, to Margaret, third daughter of Mr. John Stirling, Liswatty.

Died

Nov. 17, at 16, Lancaster Street, Belfast, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Neal Donnelly, aged 78 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Dundonald Burying-ground this day (Monday), at one o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

November 14, at his residence, Ballynafeigh, near Belfast, Mr. Robert M'Minn, late of Newry, in his 75th year. His remains will be removed to the family burying-ground, Donaghmore, county Down, on Monday, the 18th inst.

November 13, at his residence, 133, Durham Street, Belfast, Michael Boomer, aged 50 years.

November 17, Eliza Boomer, daughter of the late Michael Boomer, aged 20 years.

At her residence, 34, Pottinger's Entry, Belfast, Jane, wife of Mr. Terence Campbell, Belfast.

November 15, at his residence, near Ballynure, Thomas Alexander, aged 93 years.

November 14, at the Garden, Birr Castle, Parsonstown, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. A. M. Galloway, and second daughter of Mr. Joseph Gibb, Armagh.

November 13, at St. Kearn's, county Wexford, the residence of his brother-in-law, Jacob Powell, Esq., John Henderson, Esq., late of Cregg's Cottage, in the county of Sligo, aged 54 years.

October 17, at Dover Plain's, N.Y., the Rev. Stephen Cassidy, a native of Glengesh, Tempo, county Fermanagh, aged 32 years.

September 28, at Gwalior Fort, India, Lieutenant Edmund Powerscourt Pakenham, 52nd Light Infantry, fourth son of the late Lieutenant-General the Hon. Sir Hercules Pakenham.

November 14, at Bogside, Coleraine, Mr. David Curry, farmer, aged 89 years.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Wednesday, 20 November 1861

Births

November 18, at 6, Murray's Terrace, Belfast, the wife of A. O'D. Taylor, Esq., of a daughter.

November 19, at 11, Alton Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Wm. John Chignell, compositor, of a son.

November 18, the wife of Mr. Irvine M'Laughlin, jun., merchant, Gortin, of a daughter.

Married

November 16, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Donegall Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Wm. Blaney, Mr. Daniel M'Alester, to Lizzie, second daughter of Mr. Michael Smyth, Falls Road, Belfast.

November 17, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Donegall Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. M'Auley, Mr. James Duffy, Belfast, to Miss Mary O'Hagan, Warrenpoint.

November 18, in St. Malachy's Roman Catholic Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Quin. C.C., Isabella Jane, eldest daughter of John M'Cavana, Esq., Belfast, to Mr. John Dignum, of Armagh.

November 16, by the Rev. J. W. Collins, in College Square Church, Belfast, Mr. John M'Creaner, of Ballymacarrett, to Miss Sarah Galbraith, of Belfast

November 14, in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Donaghadee, by the Rev. Robert Hazelton, Charles Hastings, Esq., Ballyfrench, to Jane, third daughter of the late Hugh Brown, Esq., of Ballylimp, Kirkcubbin.

Died

November 19, at her residence, 5, Chichester Street, Belfast, Margaretta Mercer Mack, daughter of the late Robert Mack, merchant, Bridge Street, Belfast. Her remains will be removed from the above address for interment in the New Burying-grouud on Thursday (to-morrow) morning) the 21st inst., at half-past nine o'clock. Friends will please note the intimation.

November 18, at the residence of his grandfather, Mr. W. Spackman, 75, Victoria Street. Belfast, Edward Atkinson, infant son of Dr. M'Gowan, Tandragee, aged one year and eleven months.

November 16, at the residence of her mother, Lurgan, Miss Wells, aged 19 years.

 

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Belfast Morning News - Friday, 22 November 1861

Births

November 21, at Glenbank, Mrs. Wm. Ewart, jun., of a son.

November 20, the wife of Mr. Wm. Smyth, merchant, Portglenone, of a daughter.

November 18, at Church Street, Ballymena, the wife of Mr. Francis Craig, woollendraper, of a son.

Married

November 20, in St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Vicar, Mr. Michael M'Kenna, Belfast, to Mrs. Mary Neary, Dublin.

November 19, in St. Thomas's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Richard Friselle, William H. Ward, London, youngest son of the late James Ward, Esq., Strawberry Hill, county Down, to Jane Dickey, only daughter of the late James Black, Esq., Holywood, county Down.

November 19, in Mary's Abbey Presbyterian Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Kirkpatrick, Mr. James Irvine, Dublin, to Margaret, third daughter of Mr. William Johnson, Mountain Lodge, Templepatrick.

Died

November 20, Miss Rosanna Collins, late Head Teacher of the Female Department of the Belfast Model School. Her remains will be removed for interment (in Newry) from 20, College Square North, Belfast, in time for the eight o'clock train on Saturday (to-morrow) morning, 23rd inst., arriving in Newry at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

November 17, at St. Patrick's College, Daniel M'Alister, Esq., aged 68 years.

November 15, at Rathmore, near Antrim, Sarah, relict of the late Wm. Lawther, aged 105 years.

November 17, at St. John's, Hillsborough, Samuel youngest son of Mr. Thomas Stanfield, aged 21 years.

October 29, at New York, Patrick Clarke, a native of Crossdoney, Parish of Kilmore, county Cavan, aged 85 years.

November 17, at West Street, Drogheda, Anne, wife of Mr. Christopher Green, and sister to the Rev. M. Higgins, C.C., Moynalty.

November 11, at Tullybroom House, Clogher, the Rev. William M'Kelvey, M.A., R.N.

 

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