Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 1 November 1861

Births

BALL -- October 27, at Ball's Grove, Drogheda, the wife of George Ball, Esq., of a son.

MOORE -- October 26, at Rostrevor, the wife of Capt. Moore, Royal Lancashire Artillery, of a son.

Marriages

BIGGER and M'CULLOCH -- October 29, in St. Peter's Church, Drogheda, by the Rev. Beaver H. Blacker, Incumbent of Booterstown, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John Eccles, Lennox James, eldest son of the late G. Lennox Bigger, Esq., Longford, to Frances Ann, daughter of the late John Shaw M'Culloch, Esq., Drogheda.

DOBBS and TRAILL -- 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 Sehall, County Cork.

Deaths

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

RICHARDSON -- July 23, at Williamstown, Australia, Mr. J. Richardson, late of Belfast, aged 59 years.

RUSSELL -- July 17, at Keen's Swamp, Australia, Mrs. W. Russell, daughter of the late ----- Carson, Esq., Drogheda, aged 32 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Saturday, 2 November 1861

Births

ANDREWS -- October 28, at Carlisle Terrace, Malahide, the wife of James Andrews, jun., Esq., of a daughter.

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

FORSYTHE -- November 1, at Scout Bush, the wife of Andrew Forsythe, Esq., of a daughter.

SPEARING -- November 1, at Antrim, the wife of Andrew Spearing, Esq., M.D., of a daughter.

Marriages

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

JOHNSTON and SMITH -- October 10, in Raphoe Cathedral, by the Rev. James A. Wier, A.M., assisted by the Rev. David Seymour, Thomas Johnston, Esq., Enniskillen, to Margaret Jane, only daughter of Wm. Smith, Esq., William Street, Raphoe.

Deaths

ALLEN -- November 1, at 51, Cromac Street, Marcella, daughter of the late Mr. John Allen, of Malone. Her remains will be removed for interment in Drum burying-ground, on Monday, the 4th instant, at eight o'clock.

GRACEY -- October 31, at the National Schools, Downpatrick, Esther, wife of Mr. Thomas Gracey, law-clerk, aged 26 years. Her remains will be removed for interment, on Sunday evening next, at three o'clock.

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CAMERON -- October 21, at Southampton, John M'Leod Cameron, Staff Assistant-Surgeon 5th Depot Battalion, late H.M.'s 27th (Inniskillings), aged 28 years.

CRAIG -- November 1, at Church Street, Ballymena, Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Alexander Craig.

RYVES -- October 27, at Davidstown, County Wicklow, Wm. A. Ryves, Esq.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Monday, 4 November 1861

Births

DAY -- October 26, at Sunderland, the wife of Captain Estcourt Day, 26th Cameronians, of a son.

FORTESCUE -- October 30, at Castle Hill, Devonshire, Countess Fortescueo, of a son.

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

STUDDERT -- October 30, at Douglas, Isle of Man, the wife of Captain George Studdert, of Clonderlaw, County Clare, of a daughter.

THOMPSON -- Octobor 24, at Gilford, County Down, the wife of Mr. Thomas Thompson, of a daughter.

Marriages

IRWIN and PEARCE -- October 24, at Ballinaleek Church, by the Rev. Dr. Wilcock, Thomas Irwin, Esq., Lisbofin House, County Fermanagh, to Fanny, youngest daughter of the late James Pearce, County Wexford.

ROSS and GWYNNE -- October 31, in Strabane Church, by the Rev. Wm. Alexander, Rector, Samuel Ross, Esq., Dublin, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Richard Gwynne, Strabane.

MYRES and STEELE -- October 9, at New York, Mr. M. Myres, Haverstraw, to Miss Jane Steele, formerly of Hillsborough, County Down.

Deaths

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

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

JENKINS -- May 20, in Melbourne, of inflammation of the lungs, Andrew, eldest son of the late Mr. Evans Jenkins, Naveny, Stranorlar, aged 40 years.

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

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

MILLS -- July 22, at Newtown, Sydney, Lillias MacClymont, formerly of Stranraer, Scotland, wife of the Rev. Wm. Mills, for twenty years missionary at Samoa.

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

SANDY -- October 28, at the Manse, Gorebridge, the Rev. George Sandy, Senior Minister of the United Presbyterian Church there, in the 79th year of his age, and the 52nd of his ministry.

SAUNDERSON -- October 29, at his residence, 51, Bayview Avenue, Dublin, Capt. John Saunderson, R.N.

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

WATTS -- July 19, at Sydney, Australia, William Edward Watts, Esq., late of Templeogue, County Dublin.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 5 November 1861

Births

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

DICKEY -- October 29, at the Manse, Kilrea, the wife of the Rev. Joseph Dickey, of a daughter.

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

Marriages

FERRIER and GUTHRIE -- October 30, at Brechin, by the Rev. Dr. M'Cosh, Queen's College, Belfast, brother-in-law of the bride, Wm. Perrier, Esq., Glasgow, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Alex. Guthrie, Esq., Brechin.

HARVEY and RUSSELL -- October 20, at Cheltenham, John, eldest son of the late Archibald Harvey, Esq., of Caw House, County Londonderry, to Emily, youngest daughter of the late Sir Wm. Oldnall Russell, Chief-Justice of Bengal.

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

Deaths

WALLACE -- November 3, at his residence, Church Quarter, near Dundonald, Mr. John Wallace, aged 73 years. His remains will bo removed thence for interment at Dundonald, on Wednesday, the 6th inst., at eleven o'clock.

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BRERETON -- November 2, at his residence, Harcourt Street, Dublin, David Brereton, Esq., M.D., aged 52 years.

BULLA -- November 2, at Portadown, Mr. Daniel Bulla, aged 64 years.

JOHNSTON -- October 31, at Greencastle, Jane, eldest daughter of the late John Johnston, Ballyholme, Bangor.

M'NICHOL -- November 1, at 42, Lonsdale Street, Patrick M'Nichol, aged 83 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Wednesday, 6 November 1861

Births

COTTON -- November 4, at 178, York Street, Belfast, Mrs. Edward J. Cotton, of a son.

FINNEMOR -- October 27, at Ballyward, the wife of John Finnemor, Esq., of a son and heir.

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

THORNE -- November 2, at Lancaster Terrace, Queenstown, the wife of Mr. James Lyon Thorne, R.M., of a daughter, still-born.

Marriages

MILLIKEN and KANE -- 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.

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

Deaths

FOWLER -- October 23, at St. John's Wood, London, Alpin Grant Fowler, Esq.

JOYCE -- October 16, at New York, John Joyce, a native of Portadown, County Armagh, aged 60 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Thursday, 7 November 1861

Births

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

HIGGINSON -- September 21, at Port Louis, Mauritius, the wife of Charles H. Higginson, Esq., Civil Commissary, of a daughter.

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

Marriages

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

NEEDHAM and MacDONNELL -- November 5, at St. Anne's Church, 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 MacDonnell, D.D., Provost of Trinity College, Dublin.

Deaths

YOUNG -- November 6, at his late residence, 66, Great Patrick Street, Belfast, Hugh A. Young, aged 35 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Friar's Bush Burying-ground, to-morrow (Friday), at half-past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

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DE VILLIERS -- October 30, at Jersey, Robert De Villiers, Esq., late of Ball's Bank.

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

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

ROBINSON -- November 1, at 1, Victoria Place, Ballymena, George, infant son of Mr. Alexander Robinson, aged 4 months.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 8 November 1861

Births

ABERCROMBY -- November 1, at Aberdeen, the Hon. Lady Abercromby, of Birkenbog and Forglen, of a son.

BAUMGARTNER -- September 24, at Morar Gwalior, the wife of Colonel Baumgartner, C.B., 27th Enniskillings, of a daughter.

Marriages

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

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

Deaths

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

BRIDGES -- October 29, at Beddington House, Surrey, Sir Henry Bridges, aged 76 years,

COOTE -- November 4, at Lawson Terrace, Sandycove, Sir Charles Coote, Bart., late of Lower Baggot Street Dublin.

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

FYFFE -- November 6, at the residence of his son, 17, Upper Temple Street, Dublin, John Fyffe, Esq., aged 88 years.

RICHARDSON -- October 27, at Kew Green, London, William, youngest son of the late William Richardson, Esq., of Moy, County Tyrone, aged 67 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Saturday, 9 November 1861

Births

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

ELY -- November 3, at Ballaghmore Castle, the wife of Robert Ely, Esq., of a daughter.

Marriages

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

SIMPSON and M'INTYRE -- 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., Lawrencekirk, Scotland, to Mrs. Jane M'Intyre, eldest daughter of James Thomas, Esq., Ballydevitt, Ballymoney.

STRAHAN and PERRIN -- November 6, in St. Mary's Church, by the Rev. Benjamin Gibson, Simon Strahan, Esq., to Mary Jane, daughter of the late William Perrin, Esq., of Dublin.

Deaths

ANSTER -- November 6, at 5, Lower Gloucester Street, of fever, George Francis, younger son of John Anster, LL.D.

CARMARTHEN -- November 6, the infant son of the Marchioness and Marquis of Carmarthen.

DOYLE -- November 7, at his residence, 40, Upper Gloucester Street, Dublin, after a few days' illness, of bronchitis, J. P. Doyle, Esq., for many years a merchant in Dublin, aged 76 years.

MESNEY -- November 1, at Liverpool, Wm. Michael Locke Stephens, son of Mr. Wm. M. L. Mesney, screwsteamer Frankfort, aged 3 years.

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

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Monday, 11 November 1861

Births

BLECKLEY -- November 7, at 5, Leitrim Place, Wicklow, the wife of the Rev. John M. Bleckley, of a daughter.

CRAIG -- November 3, at Kilconriola, the wife of Mr. Robt. Craig, of a son.

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

SINGLETON -- October 23, the wife of Mr. Joseph Singleton, Lower Maze, of a son.

Marriages

BELL and MORROW -- November 4, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ballynahinch, by the Rev. John Davis, Mr. Jas. Bell, Shrewsbury, to Elisa Wheatley, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Morrow, Armagh.

BURGESS and CHEVELEY -- November 7, in St. Columba's Church, Leeds, by the Rev. Wm. C. M'Cullagh, of Belfast, uncle to the bride, George E. Burgess, Esq., Warrington, to Fanny, eldest daughter of the late George Cheveley, Esq., of Colchester.

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

DUNLOP and STANTON -- November 9, at May Street Church, by the Rev. Henry Cooke, D.D., LL.D., Archibald Dunlop, Esq., M.D., Holywood, County Down, second son of the Rev. Samuel Dunlop, Hill Hall, to Elizabeth J. B. Stanton, widow of the late Capt. W. Barron Stanton (late H.M.'s 91st Regiment) and youngest daughter of the Rev. the President Queen's College, Belfast. No cards sent.

Deaths

SERVICE -- November 9, at 19, Lonsdale Street, Mary, widow of the late David M'Clure Service. Her remains will be removed for interment in the New Burying-ground on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at nine o'clock.

COOKE -- November 1, at 4, Lord Russell Place, Edinburgh, the residence of her brother-in-law, Miss Matilda Jane, daughter of the late Mr. James Cooke, Strabane.

HEMSWORTH -- November 7, at his residence Rockview, County Tipperary, John, son of the late Thomas Hemsworth, Esq., J.P., Abbeyville, in that county.

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

MADDEN - November 6, at the County Monaghan Infirmary, of valvular disease of the heart, Wm. Pertius, eldest son of Wm. Madden, Esq., M.P., 75, James Street, Dublin, aged 23 years.

M'MAHON -- October 26, at Northampton, William John, second son of the late Sir Wm. M'Mahon, Bart, Master of the Rolls.

Savage -- November 6, at the Rectory, Shinrone, King's County, Rev. Wm. B. Savage, aged 72 years.

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 12 November 1861

Births

COLBORNE -- November 3, at Bert House, Athy, the Hon. Mrs. Colborne, of a daughter.

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

MAXWELL -- November 9, at Dunmanway, County Cork, the wife of Mr. Thos. Maxwell, Belfast, of a daughter.

PONSONBY -- November 3, at Grafton Street, Dublin, the Hon. Mrs. Spencer Ponsonby, of a daughter.

Marriages

HENRY and WADE -- November 1, in London, the Rev. John Henry, Moran, to Dora, fourth daughter of Thos. Wade, Esq., of Fairfield, County Galway, grand-daughter of the late Gustavus Hume Rochfort, M.P., for the County Westmeath.

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

Deaths

HOOPS -- The wife of the Rev. Samuel E. Hoops, Vicar of Cashel, County Longford.

HAY -- November 3, at Westbury-on-Severn, Gloucestershire, Mr. John Hay, of the firm of J. and W. and J. Hay, architects, Liverpool.

MEGARRY -- 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.

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

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Wednesday, 13 November 1861

Births

BAKER -- November 9, at Clare Street, Dublin, the wife of John N. Baker, Esq., F.R.C.S.I., of a son.

GODLEY -- October 30, at Fermoy, the wife of Major Godley, of a son.

Marriages

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

LYON and STEWART -- November 4, at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, by the Rev. H. Maxwell Egan, W. N. Lyon, Philadelphia, U.S., to Isabella Kate, second daughter of Henry Stewart, Esq., Baker Street, Portman Square, London.

MILLES and TURLE -- 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 Georgina, only daughter of Robt. Turle, Esq., Armagh.

PATTERSON and CAUGHEY -- 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.

Deaths

AUDOUIN -- November 8, at Belgrave Road, Rathmines, Rev. George Audouin, aged 66 years.

CAMPBELL -- November 12, at 13, Falls Road, Belfast, Stewart, youngest son of Robert Campbell, aged 10 years.

CURTIS -- November 10, at Monkstown, Mathew Armstrong, son of John S. Curtis, Esq., aged 11 months.

DOUGLAS -- November 9, at Tunbridge Wells, General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart., G.C.B., aged 86 years.

FRENCH -- November 10, at Clon-illa, Major-General R. Barton French, late 52nd Light Infantry, aged 53 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Thursday, 14 November 1861

Births

BERESFORD -- November 12, at Ashbrooke, Derry, the wife of John Barre Beresford, Esq., of Learmount, of a daughter.

COULTHARD -- November 9, at Armagh, the wife of John Coulthard, Esq., of a son.

IRVINE -- November 9, at 3, Hamilton Park Terrace, Glasgow, Mrs. John R. Irvine, of twins -- Ben and daughter.

LEPPER -- November 3, at Laurel Lodge, Mrs. Wm. H. Lepper, of a daughter.

Marriages

LYLE and WARD -- 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.

PALMER and PALMER -- November 8, in the Unitarian Church, Templepatrick, by the Rev. J. Jennings, Mr. Wm. John Palmer, Belfast, to Matilda Ann, younger daughter of the late Mr. A. Palmer, Crumlin.

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

Deaths

SMYTH -- November 13, Mr. William Smyth, Gilgad. His remains will be removed from his residence for interment in Connor Burying-ground, on Friday, the 15th inst., at twelve o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.

CARTER -- November 10, at Monkstown, Mathew Armstrong, son of John T. Carter, aged 11 months.

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 15 November 1861

Births

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

CAVENDISH -- November 7, in Eaton Square, London, Lady Emily Cavendish, of a daughter.

LAW -- November 12, at Drumbanagher, Parsonage, the wife of the Rev. Robert Law, of a son.

MATHEW -- At Callan Lodge, the wife of R. H. Richardson Mathew, Esq., of a son.

Marriages

DOD and WILSON -- November 13, at Lurgan Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Wm. Pattison, Bangor, assisted by the Rev. Lowry E. Berkeley, Frederick Toulmen Dod, Esq., Glasgow, to Sarah Haliday, daughter of the late John Wilson, Esq., Staff-Surgeon of the Royal South Down Militia.

DULSTAN and BAILIE -- November 6, in the May Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. H. Cooke, D.D., LL.D., Mr. John Dulstan, H.M.'s Custom's Liverpool, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Bailie, Belfast.

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

Deaths

DAVISON -- October 13, at his residence, in the township of No Peau. Samuel Davison, Esq., formerly of Ballnease, County Derry, Ireland, aged 49 years.

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

STITT -- September 29, at Sparta, Randolph County, Illinois, America, John Stitt, Esq., late of Ballycrilly, Comber, County Down, Ireland, aged 79 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Saturday, 16 November 1861

Births

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

PHILLIPS -- November 14, at Mount Pottinger, the wife of Mr. George Phillips, of a daughter.

RINGWOOD -- November 13, at Dungannon, the wife of the Rev. F. H. Ringwood, of a daughter.

Marriages

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

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

RUDDELL and HUMPHREYS -- November 14, in Castleblaney 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.

Deaths

ALEXANDER -- November 15, at his residence, near Ballynure, Thomas Alexander, aged 93 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Ballylinny Burying-ground, on Monday, the 18th inst., at ten o'clock, A.M.

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

CASSIDY -- October 17, at Dover Plains, N.Y., the Rev. Stephen Cassidy, a native of Glengesh, Tempo, County Fermanagh, aged 32 years.

HENDERSON -- 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.

MITCHELL -- November 12, at Strabane, Julia Frances, youngest daughter of D. Mitchell, M.D.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Monday, 18 November 1861

Births

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

BRIEN -- November 11, at Lisburn, the wife of Mr. George Brien, of Downpatrick, of a daughter.

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

Marriages

CUNNINGHAM and SCOTT -- November 14, in Great James's Street Church, Derry, by the Rev. J. Denham, D.D., James Cunningham, Esq., to Fanny, youngest daughter of Wm. Scott, Esq., Cottage, Londonderry.

HASTINGS and BROWN -- 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.

Deaths

BLOOD -- At Ballykelty, John Blood, Esq.

CAMPBELL -- At her residence, 34, Pottinger's Entry, Belfast, Jane, wife of Mr. T. Campbell.

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

LOWEY -- November 10, at Ballyhossett, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Lowey.

MAXWELL -- November 11, suddenly, at Armagh, Mr. Leonard Maxwell.

M'ALISTER -- November 14, Mr. Wm. M'Alister, of Lower Broughshane, aged 78 years.

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 19 November 1861

Births

M'FEDRIES -- November 10, at Commercial Hotel, Ballymena, Mrs, D. M'Fedries, of a son.

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

Marriages

AGNEW and PELLY -- October 9, at Bangalore, South India, by the Rev. T. Morrison Berry, Thomas Frederick Andrew, sixth son of the late Sir Andrew Agnew, Bart., of Lochnaw Castle. Wigtonshire, N.B., to Julia, third daughter of Charles Pelly, Esq., Indian Civil Service, Elphinstone Park, Madras.

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

M'LEOD and TATE -- November 8, at 9, West Princess Street, Glasgow, by the Rev. H. M'Dougall Milton, Free Church, Mr. James M'Leod, to Margaret Ameila, eldest daughter of Mr. John Tate, of Downpatrick.

M'MILLIN and HANNA -- November 11, in May Street Church, by the Rev. J. W. Collins. Mr. Hugh M'Millin, to Miss Dorothea Hanna, both of Belfast.

Deaths

DONNELLY -- November 17, at 16, Lancaster Street, Belfast, Mary, wife of Mr. N. Donnelly, aged 78 years.

PATRICK -- November 16, at Dunminning, Rose, eldest daughter of John Patrick, Esq.

SAYER -- November 15, at his residence, 28, Upper Seymour Street, Portman Square, London, Augustin Sayer, Esq., M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London, aged 71 years.

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

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Wednesday, 20 November 1861

Births

BOYLE -- November 15, at Veitch's Hotel, 120, George Street, Edinburgh, the wife of the Hon. Geo. Frederick Boyle of a daughter.

CROSKERY -- November 15, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Croskery, Creggan, of a daughter.

STEWART -- November 17, at Victoria Street, the wife of Mr. Robert Stewart, of a son.

Marriages

MOORE and KERR -- November 14, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Leslie A. Lyle, B.A., Mr. Robert Moore, Cloughfinn, County Donegal, to Miss Martha Kerr, Killane, Parish of Ardstraw.

SUTTON and CARSON -- November 14, at Eltham Church, Kent, Henry Sutton, Esq., of Rotherhithe, to Anna Maria, eldest daughter of the Rev. Samuel Nichols, of Ashburnham Grove, Greenwich, and widow of the late John Carson, Esq., M.D., of Cavan.

Deaths

MACK -- November 19, at her residence, 5, Chichester St., Belfast, Margaratta 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-ground on Thursday (to-morrow) morning, at half-past nine o'clock. Friends will please note the intimation.

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BRUCE -- November 17 at 8, Sydenham Terrace, Kingstown, of influenza and bronchitis, Edward Bruce, Esq., aged 78 years.

FORBES -- November 13, at Whitechurch, Oxon, at the residence of his son, after a long illness, Sir John Forbes, M.D., F.R.S., D.C.L., &c., Physician to her Majesty's Household, aged 74 years.

M'GOWAN -- November 18, at the residence of his grandfather, Mr. W. Spackman, 75, Victoria Street, Edward Atkinson, infant son of Dr. M'Gowan, of Tandragee, aged 1 year and 11 months.

M'KELVEY -- November 10, at Glenview House, Clogher, County Tyrone, the Rev. Wm. M'Kelvey, A.M., T.C.D., Chaplain Royal Navy.

TYNDALL -- November 17, at his residence, 21, Jervis Street, Dublin, Alexander Tyndall, Esq.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Thursday, 21 November 1861

Births

COTTER -- November 20, the wife of the Rev. Wm. Cotter, Pond Park, of a daughter.

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

Marriages

IRVINE and JOHNSON -- 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.

WARD and BLACK -- November 19, in St. Thomas' Chnroh, Dublin, by the Rev. Richard Frizelle, William H. Ward, London, youngest son of the late James Ward, Esq., of Strawberry Hill, County Down, to Jane Dickey, only daughter of the late James Black, Esq. of Holywood, County Down.

M'BRIDE and STIRLING -- November 16, 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.

Deaths

BRANIGAN -- November 14, at Boyne View, Drogheda, Wm. James, youngest son of Capt. L. Branigan, of the Faugh-a-Ballagh steamer.

CLEMENT -- November 16, at Meaburn Lodge, Clapham Park, George Wm. Clement, Esq.

MACDONALD -- November 18, at Vesey Place, Dublin, the residence of her father, Margaret, wife of the Rev. H. F. Macdonald, Rector of Athy.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 22 November 1861

Births

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

SMYTH -- November 20, the wife of Mr. William Smyth, Portglenone, of a daughter.

Marriages

BREAKEY and LAYCOCK -- November 19, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sheffield, by the Rev. W. M'Caw, of Manchester, the Rev. James Breakey, minister of the above church, to Mary Matilda, eldest daughter of the late John Laycock, Esq., of Sheffield.

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

RUSK and MACDOWELL -- November 21, in York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. David Hanson, assisted by the Rev. P. Macdowell, of New York, brother to the bride, Arthur Rusk, Esq., Malone, to Catherine, eldest daughter of John Macdowell, Esq., Belfast.

Deaths

BROWN -- November 7, at Ballynagowan, Desertmartin, Mr. John Brown, aged 73 years, for thirty years ruling elder in the Magherafelt Presbyterian Churcb.

CAMPBELL -- November 19, at the residence of her brother-in-law, H. H. Hanny, Janet, eldest daughter of George Campbell, Esq., Balcraig, Port William, Wigtonshire, Scotland.

COEY -- November 18, at his residence, Ballyloran, near Larne, Mr. James Coey.

DOBBIN -- August 20, at Collingwood, near Melbourne, Australia, Mary Ann Alice, youngest daughter ot the late Thomas Dobbin, Esq., Sligo, Ireland.

GORDON -- November 15, Mr. Robert Gordon, of Kilkeel, aged 26 years.

SCHOEDDE -- November 14, at Lyndhurst, Hants, Lieut.-General Sir J. H. Schoedde, K.C.B., Colonel of the 55th Foot, aged 75 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Saturday, 23 November 1861

Births

FAIRBROTHER -- November 6. at Rathmullan, the wife of Captain Fairbrother, H.M.'s Indian Army, of twins -- son and daughter.

HARTE -- November 19, at Magherabeg, Donegal, the wife of Wm. Harte, Esq., County Surveyor, of a daughter.

SPILLER -- November 22, at 5, Mountcharles, Mrs. Daniel Frederick Spiller, of a son.

Marriages

KNOX and LOGAN -- November 21, at Charlestown, Ardeo, by the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, assisted by his chaplain, the Rev. Henry Murphy, the Rev. Thos. Knox, Rector of Lurgan, brother of the Bishop, and chaplain to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, to Jane Emily, eldest daughter of the Rev. Thomas Dawson Logan, Rector of Charlestown.

RUSK and MACDOWELL -- November 21, in York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. David Hanson, Mr. Arthur Rusk, Malone, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. John Macdowell, Belfast.

Deaths

STEPHENSON -- November 22, Margaret, wife of Mr. Robert Stephenson, Dock Street. Her remains will be removed for interment at eight o'clock on Sunday (to-morrow) morning. Friends will please accept of this notice.

THOMPSON -- November 21, at Dunmurry, Mrs. Benjamin Thompson, aged 74 years. Her remains will be removed from her late residence, on Sunday, afternoon, the 24th inst., at half past two o'clock, for interment in Derriaghy Church-yard.

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COLLINS -- November 20, Miss Roseanna Collins, late Head Teacher of the Female Department of the Belfast Model School.

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

M'COMBE -- November 19, at Waterside, Coleraine, Eleanor Gailey, only daughter of Thomas M'Combe, Esq.

NEILL -- November 19, at the residence of her son, Ballyrobin House, Killead, Jane Neill, aged 88 years.

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

SUFFERN -- November 12, Jane, widow of James Suffern, Lisnataylor, aged 73 years.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Monday, 25 November 1861

Births

CONYNGHAM -- November 23, at Springhill, the wife of Lieut.-Colonel Lennox Conyngham, of a son.

TAYLOR -- At the residence of her father, Dr. Hutchinson, Draperstown, the widow of the late Dr. Taylor, Articlave, of a daughter.

Marriages

BLAIN and HAUGHTON -- November 21, at Moyallon, John, youngest son of Wm. Blain, Esq., Liverpool, to Rachel J., youngest daughter of Benjamin Haughton, Esq., Banford House County Down.

FERGUSON and SMYTH -- November 19, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, by the Rev. Dr. Dill, Mr. Robert Ferguson, of Cloughmills, to Matilda Jane, second daughter of Mr. Archibald Smyth, of Ballyloughan.

MEADE and STOREY -- November 20, at Blyborougb, Lincolnshire, by the Rev. W. P. Graham, the Rev. DeCourcy Meade, of Weston, Bath, to Caroline Maria, fifth daughter of the late Rev. Joseph Storey, of Bingfield, County Cavan.

ROCHE and WHYTE -- November 21, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Marlborough Street, Dublin, by the Rev. Peter Segrave, uncle to the bride, Charles P. Roche, Esq., of Ballygran, County Limerick, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Captain Nicholas C. Whyte. R.N., Loughbrickland, County Down.

WATSON and SMALLMAN -- August 31, at Heidelberg Church, Australia, John Watson, Esq., J.P., Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda, to Annie, second daughter of the late Thomas Smallman, Esq., of Armagh, Ireland.

WARNOCK and CHRISTIE -- November 21, at Fintona Presbyterian Meeting-house, by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Presbyterian minister, Omagh, William Warnock, Esq., Drumragh, near Omagh, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. David Christie, Tonaughmore, Fintona.

Deaths

GRAHAM -- November 24, at the residence of her son-in-law, Thomas Shillington, Esq., Portadown, Arabella, relict of the late David Graham, Esq., Magherafelt. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Magherafelt, on Tuesday morning, at eight o'clock, via Stewartstown.

IRWIN -- November 23, at her residence in Dundalk, Caroline, relict of tho late James Irwin, Esq., Wellbrook, County Tyrone. Her remains will arrive by the 11.10 train at tho Ulster Railway Terminus, on Tuesday morning, the 26th inst., for interment in the New Burying-ground.

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ALEXANDER -- November 14, at the residence of her son the Crow, near Castlederg, Isabella, widow of the late Joseph Alexander, Esq., aged 87 years.

AUDAIN -- November 21, at Sheffield, of diphtheria and whooping-cough, Frances Caroline, daughter of Lieut.-Colonel Audain, 16th Regt., aged 7 years.

BLYTH -- November 22, at 33, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Christiana, the wife of Dr. Blyth.

BURNETT -- November 20, at Auchinblae, Scotland, Anne, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Burnett, C.E., Belfast.

DOYLE -- November 19, at Gardiner Street, Dublin, James Doyle, Esq., Surveyor of Income Tax, Enniskillen district, aged 27 years.

EMERSON -- September 10, at his residence, South Yarra, Melbourne, John Jervis Emerson, Esq., solicitor, formerly of Wexford, Ireland, aged 64 years.

HANCOCK -- November 17, at Spring Lawn, Grove Road, Southsea, Elizabeth, widow of Rear-Admiral John Hancock, C.B.

JACK -- November 21, at Ballymena, Anthony, son of the late Mr. John Jack, jun., aged 22 year.

MACAULAY -- November 6, at Trenton, Denis Macaulay, a native of the County Antrim, Ireland, and one of the first settlers on the River Trent, aged 67 years.

M'MINN -- November 23, at Ballynafeigh, near Belfast, Jane, relict of the late Mr. Robert M'Minn, aged 73 years,

RICHARDSON -- November 22, at her residence, 117, Lower Baggott Street, Dublin, Miss Richardson, late of Lakefield, County Antrim.

SHERLOCK -- November 20, at his residence, Fair Street, Drogheda, Mr. Robert Sherlock.

 

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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 26 November 1861

Births

BELL -- November 23, at Cliftonville, the wife of Wm. L. Bell, of a son.

HAVELIN -- November 24, at 59, Castle Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. J. Havelin, Dublin, of a son.

PENNEFATHER -- November 18, at Monart Glebe, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Pennefather, of a son.

RODGERS -- November 24, at Osborne, Upper Malone, the wife of Wm. Rodgers, Esq., of a son.

Marriages

HOGG and PARSONS -- November 18, at Brighton, by the Rev. James Vaughan, Fergusson Floyer Hogg, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, third son of Sir James Weir Hogg, Bart., to Elizabeth Helen, daughter of the Hon. Lawrence and the late Lady Elizabeth Parsons.

SCOTT and GREER -- November 19, in Ballinderry Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. H. Leebody, Mr. Thomas Scott, Ballypitmeave, to Miss Ellen Greer, Magheragall.

Deaths

BASSETT -- November 20, in Limerick, John Bassett, Esq., proprietor of the Limerick Chronicle, aged 51 years.

HECTOR -- November 21, at his residence, 24, Washington Street, Patrick Hector, at an advanced age.

JUDE -- November 21, at the residence of her son, the Royal Hotel, Grafton Street, Dublin, Anne Jude, aged 84 years.

M'LAUGHLIN -- November 22, at Cork, Mr. Michael M'Laughlin, eldest son of the late Mr. John M'Laughlin, Lisburn.

RUSSELL -- November 22, Adam Lowry, son of the Rev. Wm. Russell, Ballyclare, aged 5 months.

SMITH -- November 8, at Urney, the Rev. Vincent Beatty Smith, aged 55 years.

 

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