Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 1 July 1890


BOYD-WILSON -- June 25, at Hoath Court, Canterbury, the wife of Adam Brack Boyd-Wilson, Esq., Inniskilling Dragoons, of a daughter.

COATES -- Jure 30,. at 5, Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, the wife of Dr. Stanley B. Coates, of a daughter.

HERRING -- June 30, at Salem Cottage, Knock, Belfast, wife of W. H. Herring, of a daughter.

JONES -- June 25, at 103, Sutherland Avenue, London, the wife of Dr. J. Thoresby Jones, of a son.

KEVIN -- June 26, at 144, Donegall Pass, Belfast, the wife of Charlee Kevin, M.D., of a daughter.

M'CONNELL -- June 27, at Beechbank, Derryvolgie Aveuue, Belfast, the wife of R. J. M'Connell, of a daughter.

ROBINSON -- June 26, at Russ Hill, Charlwood, Surrey, the wife of Rear-Admiral Frederick C. B. Robinson, of a daughter.


DES VŒUX--MONKHOUSE -- June 27, at St. Andrew's Church, Westminster, London, by the Rev. the Hon. John Northcote, Harold Antoine Des Vœux, M.D., son of the late Major Des Vœux. of Portarlington, Queen's County, to Isabel, widow of George Monkhouse. and daughter of Mr. Nelson, of Friars Caise, Dumfriesshire.

HOEY--KELLY -- June 26, at Second Moneymore Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Samuel M'Cune, Thomas G. Hoey, of Belfast, to Julia Kelly, of Magherafelt.

MASON--MASON -- June 26, at St. Saviour's, St. George's Square, London, by the Rev. Frederick Cariyon, Rector of Leverington, Wisbech, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Henry Washington, Vicar of the parish, Ernest A. Mason, only son of the late uugustus Mason, of The Plates, Surbiton, and 15, Furnival's Inn, London, to Frances Elizabeth, youngest daughter of James Oliver Mason, of 94, Grosvenor Road, London.

MUIR--CROSBIE -- June 30, at Holywood First Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Alexander Patton, M.A., Bangor, William Muir, Glasgow, to Maggie, elder daughter of James Crosbie, Bangor, County Down, late of Glasgow.


BREAKEY -- June 30, at The Hill, Monaghan, Margaret, the dearly-beloved wife of H. J. Breakey.

CRAIG -- June 30, at her mother's residence, 30, University Street, Belfast, Elizabeth F. Craig.

DICKSON -- June 25, at 9, Cambridge Terrace, Dover, Mary Emilia, third daughter of the late Sir D. J. H. Dickson, R.N., aged 74 years.

DOVER -- June 25, at 7, Grove Road, Brixton Road, London, Henry Dover, late of the National Debt Office, aged 74 years.

GLASGOW -- June 30, at Dunavon, Portadown, James Glasgow, D.D., General Assembly's first Missionary to India, in the 86th year of his age. Funeral, on Thursday, 3rd July, will leave Dunavon at 9-15 a.m., Portadown by 9-55 a.m. train, stepping specially at Balmoral. A service will be held in Malone Presbyterian Church at 11-15. The interment will take place in Balmoral Cemetery.

MAGUIRE -- June 29, at his residence, Kilrush, Thomas Cather Maguire, Methodist Minister, aged 81 years. "Faithful until death." Funeral from George's Street, Dublin, to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, at nine o'clock. No flowers.

MANDERSON -- June 30, at his residence, Ballymacmary, Crumlin, James Manderson. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock, at Gartree. Friends will please accept this intimation.

STACK -- June 29, at Omagh, Richard Stack, third son of the late Rev. Thomas Stack, of Omagh, aged 73 years.


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