Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 1 November 1861


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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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