Belfast Weekly News - Saturday, 5 April 1890


ANDERSON -- March 27, at Vicinage Park, Belfast, the wife of Alex. Anderson, of a son.

BATES -- March 27, at Estate Office, Pomeroy, the wife of Mr. R. S. Bates, of a son.

BOYD -- March 28, at 19, Victoria Place, Belfast, the wife af J. St. Clair Boyd, M.D., of a daughter.

CARROLL -- March 28, at 21, Fitzroy Avenue, Belfast, the wife of John Carroll, of a son.

CROMIE -- March 31, at 12, Perth Street, Belfast, the wife of John Cromie, of a son.

HEYWOOD -- March 30, at 106, Ebury Street, London, S.W., the wife of H. D. Beresford Heywood, of a son.

HOBSON -- April 1, at the Bank of Ireland, Armagh, the wife of W. C. Hobson, of a son.

KINGSTON -- March 29, at 5, St. David's Terrace, Glasnevin, Dublin, the wife of W. G. Kingston, of a daughter.

MARTIN -- March 31, at 13, Dover Street, Piccadilly, London, the wife of J. E. H. Martin, of a son.

PAUL -- March 31, at 25, Pacific Avenue, Belfast, the wife of Thomas Paul, of a son.

PURCELL -- March 25, at 47, Rutland Square, Dublin, the wife of Marcus Purcell, Solicitor, of a son.

WATSON -- March 30, at 26, Upper Gloucester Place, London, the wife of Colonel R. J. Watson, late Worcestershire Regiment, of a son.


BARKLEY--WHITEFORD -- March 28, at Raloo Presbyterian Church, Larne, by the Rev. William Kerr (Ballynure), Adam T. Barkley, Clonlee, Larne, to Ellen Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Rev. James Whiteford, Ballyvernston Cottage, Larne.

BROWN--FINLAY -- March 28, at Maryport Parish Church, James Brown, Captain s.s. County Antrim, Ballyholme, Bangor, County Down, to Mus Annie Finlay, Ballymaconnell, Bangor, County Down.

CAMPBELL--BERRY -- March 28, at St. John's Church, Malone, Belfast, by the Rev. A. H. Gray, B.A., Incumbent, Thomas, eldest son of James Campbell, Lurgan, to Phebe S., youngest daughter of the late John Berry, M.D., Waringstown.

DIXON--HAUGHTON -- April 2, at the residence of the bride's father, by special license, by the Rev. S. Haughton, M.D., F.R.S., S.F.T.C.D., Augustus E. Dixon, M.D., Professor of Chemistry, Queen's College, Galway, eldest son of Wakefield H. Dixon, Esq., Dunowen, Belfast, to Nina, eldest daughter of Wilfred Haughton, Esq., Ardnehue, Howth, County Dublin.

SAWERS--WATSON -- March 26, at U.P. Church, Lisburn, by Rev. James Fitz Patrick, Thomas Bawers, jun., Glasgow, second son of Thomas Sawers, sen., to Lucy Watson, second daughter of the late Samuel Watson, of Lisburn.


BALLENTINE -- March 27, at his residence, Wellington Street, Ballymena, James Ballentine.

BELL -- March 27, at Tallynewbank, Glenavy, Randal, beloved son of Jonathan Bell.

BENNETT -- March 26, at his residence, Tullywest, Saintfield, John Magee Bennett, aged 34 years.

BOYD -- March 28, at 30, Upper Townsend Street, Belfast, Alexander, youngest son of Alexander and Susan Boyd.

BRENNAN -- March 26, at his son's residence, 30, Dock Street, Belfast, Joseph Brennan, late Master Mariner, aged 84 years.

CAMPBELL -- April 2, at 25, Bentinck Street, Belfast, John Campbell, aged 70 years.

CONNOR -- April 2, at his residence, Randalstown, Robert Connor.

CREIGHTON -- March 36, at his father's residence, 27, Dublin Road, Belfast, Eddie, dearly-beloved son of Francis and Sarah Creighton.

DOUGLAS -- April 1, at 106, North Queen Street, Belfast, Barbara Harper, beloved wife of John Douglas.

DOWNER -- March 31, at the residence of his mother, Glenavy, County Antrim, Thomas Smallman Downer, of Roscrea, County Tipperary.

DUNLOP -- March 26, accidentally killed at Antwerp, John, eldest son of the late David Dunlop, Belfast.

ERWIN -- March 31, at her residence, Altafort, Dromore, County Down, June, widow of the late James Erwin.

FEGAN -- April 1, at his residence, Glanrye Cottage, Newry, James Fegan, aged 81 years.

GAWN -- March 31, at 22, Main Street, Larne, Ellen Wilson, relict ef she late John Hill Gawn, aged 84 years.

LAING -- March 30, at his residence, Ballina, James K. Laing (of S. & J. Watts, Manchester).

LOWDEN -- March 30, at 39, Smithfield, Belfast, Fanny, the dearly-beloved wife of Joseph Lowden, aged 36 years.

MERCER -- March 29, at her residence, 40, Bryson Street, Belfast, Elizabeth Mercer, widow of the late John Mercer.

MILLAR -- Marco 29, at Emmaville, Bangor, Wm. H. Millar.

MILLER -- March 26, at Hopeton Cottage, Glasnevin, Dublin, George L. Miller, Esq., late of Islandreagh House, Dunadry.

MOORE -- March 29, at her father's residence, Drumsough House, Randalstown, Maggie, second daughter of John Moore.

MOORHEAD -- March 26, at his residence, Union Street, Cookstown, after a long and painful illness, William James Moorhead, aged 37.

MORRISON -- March 30, at 2, Beechside Terrace, Lisburn, Agnes Morrison, aged 77 years.

M'BROOM -- March 22, at Holestone, Doagh, Hugh, dearly-beloved infant son of John and Mary M'Broom, aged 10 months.

M'CANCE -- March 26, at Suffolk, Dunmurry, County Antrim, Finlay M'Cance, J.P., in his 61st year.

M'DONALD -- March 28, at 28, Killarney Street, Belfast, William, son of the late Alexander M'Donald.

M'KEE -- March 31, at his residence, 1, Mount Street, Belfast, Robert M'Kee, aged 30 years.

M'KELVEY -- At her residence, 136, Woodstock Road, Mountpottinger, Belfast, Catherine, widow of the late David M'Kelvey.

M'MEEKIN -- April 2, at her residence, 20, Carlow Street, Belfast, Jane M'Meekin, aged 54 years.

M'MILLEN -- April 1, at Spencer Street, Holywood, John M'Millen, fell asleep in Jesus, aged 35 years.

NELSON -- March 27, at Tamneyasken, Tubbermore, after long illness, borne with Christian faith, Isabella, dearly-beloved wife of Robert Nelson. Esq., aged 57 years.

NETHERY -- March 29, at Greenhill, Dromore, County Tyrone, William Nethery, aged 81 years.

OGILVY -- March 29, at Archerfield, East Lothian, Sir John Ogilvy, Bart., of Inverquharity, aged 87 years,

PATERSON -- March 8, at Queenstown, David Paterson, formerly of Belfast, in his 81st year.

PATTERSON -- March 29, at the residence of her brother, Cloughbane House, Dungannon, Maggie, eldest daughter of W. R. Patterson, Esq., Grange, Magherafelt.

PEDEN -- March 25, at Ashworth Street, Wavertree, Ann (Cissey), the dearly-loved child of William and Jane Peden, aged 3 years and 4 months. Suffer little children to come unto Me.

PORTER -- March 29, at 20, Ponsonby Avenue, Belfast, Ann Jane. relict of the late James Porter, in the 86th year of her age.

RICHARDSON -- March 28, at Bessbrook, John Grubb Richardson, of Moyallon aud Bessbrook, in his 77th year, of pneumonia.

ROGERS -- April 2, at 85, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Agnes, widow of Thomas Rogers, late of Newtownards, aged 88 years.

ROLLESTON -- March 31, at 11, California Street, Belfast, William Wolsley Madden (of lung disease), eldest son of Isaac K. Rolleston.

SELLAR -- March 27, at Torquay, the Rev. James A. Sellar, M.A., Incumbent of St. Peter's, Lutton Place, London, and Canon of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh.

STARRITT -- March 28, at Cushendall, James Willam Allison, third and dearly-beloved son of S. Starritt, District-Inspector of National Schools, Ballymena.

TAYLOR -- March 28, at 20, Glenfarne Street, Belfast, Minnie Latimer, daughter of Robert Taylor.

THOMPSON -- March 30, at Dundela Villa, Strandtown, Belfast, Emily, dearly-beloved daughter of Robert Thompson, aged 15½ years.

WILDE -- March 27, at the London Hospital, R. Gerard Wilde, M.A., M.B., B.C., of Clare College, Cambridge, elder son of the Rev. R. Wilde, H.M. Inspector of Schools, aged 27 years.

WILSON -- March 28, the Rev. John Wilson, of Lecumpher, Moneymore, aged 59 years.

WOODS -- April 1, at the Manse, Dunluce Terrace, Lisburn Road, Belfast, David Duff, eldest son of the late John Woods, and brother of the Rev. H. Woods, M.A., Fountainville Church, aged 51 years.

WOODS -- April 1, at the Manse, Dunluce Terrace, Lisburn Road, Belfast, David Duff, eldest son of the late John Woods, aged 51 years.

WRIGHT -- March 28, at her son's residence, 3 Grismere Terrace, Hopefield Avenue, Belfast, Mrs. Wright, sen., aged 76 years.

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CUMMINS -- March 29, at Ballydonnell, Downpatrick, Matilda Cummins, aged 74 years.


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