Belfast Weekly News - 6 January, 1894

Deaths

M'KEAG: December 29 at his residence, Downshire Road, Holywood, William M'Keag. Sen. (There was also an article about him, in which he was described as an old Free Mason)

SAVAGE: Jan 3, George Washington Savage, late United States Consul, Belfast.

Missing Friends

BICKERSTAFF: William Bickerstaff would like to know the whereabouts of his sister, maiden name Sarah Bickerstaff; married name not known. Last heard of in Banbridge. Any information thankfully received at 47 Sussex Street, Belfast.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 13 January, 1894

Deaths

BOYD: Dec15, 1893, at Napa City, California, Hugh Campbell, son of the late Major-General Boyd, of the Bengal Army, and of Ballycastle, Co Antrim.

LYONS: December 5 1893, at Brandon, Manitoba, Henry Lyons, formerly of Belfast, aged 63 years.

Missing Friends

JACKSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Isaiah Jackson, who left Belfast about ten years. Last heard of in Townsville, Australia. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his son, Isaih Jackson, Pigeontown, Glenavy, Co.Antrim. Australian papers please copy.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 20 January, 1894

Missing Friends

HAMILTON: William Hamilton, desires the address of his brother, Robert Hamilton, saddler, who left Greenock, thirty years ago. Last heard of in Hamiltoon, Ontario, Canada. Information will be thanfully received by William Hamilton, 6 Salmon St, Greenock.

LONG: Elizabeth Long: desires to know the address of her sister, Susan Long, who left Ireland along with Mrs Newton over forty years ago. Last heard of in King Street, Philadelphia. If any of the Newtons is alive, please answer.- Mrs Hamilton, 6 Salmon Street, Greenock.

MILLER: John Miller, 7 Richmond Street, Belfast is anxious to know the whereabouts of his brother, Robert Miller. When last heard of he was owner of a spirit store in Greenwich Street, corner of Money Street, New York.

M'KENNA: Wanted, information regarding Mrs Mary M'Kenna, who was last heard of eleven years ago. She was living at South Boston, Mass. America, with her son, Charles M'Kenna, cabinet maker. Any information regarding her will be thankfully received by her sister, Catherine Silvey, 56 Brick Row, Greencastle.

M'VEIGH: Wanted to know the address of Hesther M'Veigh. Maiden name Hesther Nicholson Dunlop, who went from County Armagh to Queensland in 1873. Married some years after to Patrick M'Veigh, of Epswich. Any information thankfully received by her sister, Annie Dunlop, Shankill Post Office, County Dublin. Australian papers please copy.

PLUMMER: Alice Plummer, or Mrs White, desires information with regard to Mary Plummer, who resided in Belfast from 1870(?) to 1884. Any information thankfully received by Mrs White, 23 Taylor Street, Glasgow.

St. LEGER: I shall feel deeply grateful to any seafaring reader of your paper for information concerning my brother, Thomas St Leger, A.B., who formed one of the crew of the well known Belfast ship, Queen of the West, abut the year 1869-1870, and was the man at the wheel in steering the vessel out of Belfast Lough en route for Quebec. The only tidings of him date back to fifteen years ago, when he was supposed to have joined the whaling trade - Harry St. Leger, 9 Hanover Vie, Park Lane, Leeds, England.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 27 January, 1894

Births

CASEMENT -- January 22, at Magherintemple, Ballycastle, the wife of Commander Casement, R.N., of a daughter.

KANE -- January 20, at Glenside, Holywood, the wife of John Kane, LL.D., Solicitor, of a daughter.

KENNEDY -- January 21, at Dundela, Strandtown, the wife of S. Kennedy, of the son.

LAMBKIN -- January 21, at 24, Wellington Road, Dublin, the wife of L. Lambkin, of a son.

M'CORMICK -- January 22, at The Hermitage, Bloomfield, the wife of John M'Cormick, Solicitor, of a daughter.

M'KEE -- January 20, at Blackthorn Lodge, Rathfriland, the wife of John M'Kee, Belfast Bank, Rathfriland, of a son, prematurely stillborn.

M'KELL -- January 21, at Market Street, Portadown, the wife of James M'Kell, of a daughter.

STRATH -- January 18, at 13, Annesley Park, Rathmines, the wife of H. J. Harvey Strath, of a son.

STRONGE -- January 21, at Hockley Lodge, Armagh, the wife of James H. Stronge, of a daughter.

Marriages

BAGWELL--TURNLY -- January 11, at St. Pancras Church, London, by the Rev. Gibson Duncan, Frederick Taylor, eldest son of John Bagwell, Esq., Clonmel, County Tipperary, to Hilda, daughter of John Turnly, Esq., of Drumnasole, County Antrim.

BOWLES--BAXTER -- January 12, act Christ Church, Jubbulpore, India, by the Rev. T. E. F. Cole, Captain Ludlow Tonsen Bowles, the East Surrey Regiment, eldest son of the late Venerable J. W. Bowles, Archdeacon of Killaloe, to Rosa Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Right Honourable W. E. Baxter, formerly M.P. for the Montrose Burghs.

GARRAT--COMBE -- January 20, at St. Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, Lieutenant Harry Sumner Garratt, 26th Baluchistan Regiment, eldest son of John Garrett, Esq., Magpur, C.P., India, to Eleanor, third daughter of the late James Combe, Ormiston, Belfast.

M'ALLISTER--IRVINSON -- January 16, at St. Georges Church, Sunderland, by the Rev. Mr. Wood, Robert, second son of the late Alexander M'Allister, Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, to Elizabeth A., youngest daughter of the late Captain Henry Robinson, Sunderland.

OGDEN--COCHRANE -- January 18, at St. James', Picadilly, Rev. J. H. D. Cochrane, Vicar of Liscard, uncle of the bride, Ernest James, son of the late Thomas Ogden, Esq., Manchester, to Evelina Maud, daughter of the late G. C. Cochrane, Esq., Armagh, and adopted daughter of James Whitehead, Esq., Lindfield, Cheshire.

PRING--GORDON -- January 18, at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. R. H. Pring, brother of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Lewis Pooler, Rector of Hollymount, Downpatrick, Henry Grattan, son of the late Richard Ward Pring, Esq., Belfast, to Eliza Barbour, second daughter of R. W. Gordon, J.P., Windsor Gardens, Belfast.

REID--DAVIS -- January 17, at Willowfield Parish Church, by the Rev. J. G. Hopkins, M.A., James Porter, second surviving son of John C. Reid, to Mima, third daughter of Charles Davis, H.M. Customs, Mossvale, Belfast.

ROGERS--TENNANT -- January 17, at St. Giles' Church, Oxford, by the Rev. H. J. Bidder, B.D., Vicar of the parish, Francis Hugh Pearson, son of the late Fletcher Rogers, of Liverpool, to Isabella (Ella), daughter of John Tennant, Parkstown, Thurles, County Tipperary.

TWOHIG--IRVINE -- January 17, at Dublin, Cornelius, eighth son of M. Twohig, Esq., Cork, to Margaret Lilian, third daughter of the late R. H. Irvine, Esq., Solicitor, Dublin.

WILSON--WHEELER -- January 23, at St. Thomas's Church, James Mackie, eldest son of Samuel Wilson, Belfast, to Helen Margaret, third daughter of the late Walter J. Wheeler, Belfast.

Deaths

BAILIE -- January 19, at Cunningburn, Allan, beloved son of Thomas Bailie.

BLAKELY -- January 18, at Rossmore Avenue, Ormeau Road, Susan, beloved wife of Robert Blakely, and daughter of the late William Johnston, Belfast.

BRADLEY -- January 19, at her husband's residence, High Street, Ballymena, Mary Bradley, wife of John H. Bradley.

BURNS -- At 10, Courthouse Terrace, Old Lodge Road, Mary, eldest daughter of the late William Burns, plumber.

CARLISLE -- January 18, at his residence, Carr, Drumbo, Lowry Carlisle.

COAKLEY -- January 16, at 6, Belvoir Place, Honora, the dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Coakley.

CARLISLE -- January 20, at his residence, Low Road, Lisburn, Orr Carlisle.

CHETTLE -- January 15, Harry Chettle, late of Sydenham Park.

DARRAGH -- January 19, at Carnmoney, William Thompson, youngest son of William Darragh, aged 1 year and 7 months.

DICKSON -- January 24, suddenly, at his residence, The Castle, Ballintoy, John Dickson, sen., aged 74.

DOUGLAS -- December 26, 1893, at his residence, Waterloo, Madison, Wisconsin, America, Samuel Douglas, aged 80 years, late of Hayfield, Donaghadee, County Down, Ireland, and brother of the Rev. H. M'C. Douglas, Woodburn.

DOWIE -- January 23, Chapel Street, Dromore, County Down, William Henry Dowie, aged 20 years.

DUDLEY -- January 21, at 10, Irene Terrace, Bangor, John Switzer, second son of the late Switzer J. Dudley, aged 6 years and 9 months.

DUKE -- January 15, at Longfield Rectory, Kent, the Rev. William Hare Duke, M.A., T.C.D.

EAKINS -- January 18, but Mullaferry, Killala, County Mayo, Mr. Robert Eakins, Elder of Killala Presbyterian Church for forty-six years, aged 80 years.

ELLIOTT -- January 16, at his father's residence, 244, West 72nd Street, New York, Howard Jackson, sixth son of James Elliott.

FERGUSON -- January 21, at his father's residence, George Street, Ballymena, Joseph, youngest son of Robert Ferguson, aged 21 years.

GAULT -- January 20, at Beech Hill, Doagh, John, eldest son of William Gault, aged 29 years.

GIBSON -- December 30, at his residence, Boston, U.S.A., Jeremiah Gibson, formerly of Tandragee, County Armagh.

GRACEY -- January 23, at his residence, Queen Street, Lurgan, Robert Gracey.

HAINES -- January 20, at his residence, 43, Rugby Road, Thomas Cory Haines, aged 69 years.

HARVEY -- January 21, at No. 1, Belvoir Place, Ballynafeigh, John Gordon, second surviving son of Isaac Harvey.

HOUSTON -- December 22, 1893, suddenly, from aneurism of the heart, Robert Houston, Professor of Oratory in the "College of the City of New York," formerly of great George's Street Academy, Belfast, and youngest son of the late Robert Houston, Esq., Islandmagee, County Antrim.

JAMISON -- January 23, at his residence, Drombroneth, George Jamison, aged 87 years.

JEFFS -- January 15, at his late residence, Derryoghill, Moy, John Jeffs, aged 87 years.

JORDAN -- January 24, at the residence of his father, Edward Street, Lurgan, Thomas, third son of Thomas Jordan.

JOYCE -- January 17, at his residence, Glenkeen, County Tyrone, George Joyce, aged 84 years.

KING -- January 19, at 35, Euston Street, Mountpottinger, Lucy (Lulu), infant toddler of Frank and Lucy King.

KINNEN -- At the residence of his son, 46, Norwood Street, Belfast, James Kinnen, late of Burnside, Dunadry.

LEWIS -- January 24, at 24, Oldpark Crescent, Florence, infant child of Abram and Isabel Lewis.

MALLAGHAN -- January 18, but his residence, 153, New Lodge Road, Belfast, Peter Mallaghan.

MARTIN -- January 21, at Bishopscourt, Robert Norris Martin, youngest surviving son of Simon Martin, J.P.

MILLAR -- January 19, at her residence, Larne Street, Harryville, Ballymena, Margaret (Maggie), only daughter of John Millar.

MILLIKEN -- January 18, at Mossley, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Robert Milliken, aged 17 years.

MORROW -- January 16, at his residence, East Lothian, Knock, James Morrow, Esq., late of The Forest, Moira,.

M'ATEER -- January 20, and the residence of his brother, 114, Milford Street, John M'Ateer, aged 27 years.

M'CANCE -- December 28, 1893, at his residence, 352, Attwood Street, Pittsburgh, America, John M'Cance, aged 48 years, formerly of Belfast and Donaghadee.

M'COLLUM -- January 22, at his residence, 64, Agnes Street, Kennedy M'Collum, aged 79 years.

M'CONNELL -- January 18, at Beechbank, Derryvolgie Avenue, Mary Elizabeth, dearly-loved twin daughter of R. J. M'Connell, aged 15 years.

M'CULLOUGH -- January 23, at 10, Sandon Terrace, Deramore Street, J. A. M'Cullough, dearly-beloved husband of Lizzie M'Cullough.

M'GUCKIN -- January 19, at 149, Donegall Street, Dr. J. K. M'Guckin.

M'KEE -- January 21, Blackthorn Lodge, Rathfriland, Wilhelmina, the beloved wife of John M'Kee, Belfast Bank, Rathfriland.

M'MASTER -- January 24, at 130, Castlereagh Street, Isabella, widow of the late William M'Master.

MORROW -- January 24, at the "Old House at Home," Ballymagee Street, Bangor, Annie, daughter of David and Annie Morrow, aged 6 years.

NELSON -- January 17, suddenly, at the residence of his brother-in-law, James Munce, 41, Atlantic Avenue, Belfast, Captain Joseph Nelson, Killough.

NEWTON -- January 13, at Market Street, Armagh, Constance Elizabeth (Cosie), dearly-loved daughter of Thomas J. Newton, aged twelve years.

DULTON -- January 19, at No. 7, University Square, Charles Oulton, last surviving son of the late Rev. Charles Oulton, Vicar of Kilmore, County Down.

ROBINSON -- January 23, at the residence of his brother, Grove Cottage, Dunmurry, John Robinson.

RUSSELL -- January 20, Elizabeth, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas Russell, Pitt Street, Newtownards Road.

RUSSELL -- January 21, at her residence, Lisclare, Stewartstown, Sarah Moore, relict of the late Thomas Russell, aged 73 years.

RUTHERFORD -- January 20, suddenly, at his residence, 29, Auburn Street, James, the dearly-beloved husband of Sara Rutherford.

SAVAGE -- at his fathers residence, Glen Cottage, Bangor, James, beloved son of Samuel Savage, aged 17 years.

SHANNON -- January 18, at his residence, Lisnabrague, Loughbrickland, William Shannon.

SHAW -- January 17, at Brooklyn, Knock, County Down, of peritonitis, Margaret Eveleen (Daisy), the dearly-beloved daughter of Lancelot and Maria Elizabeth Shaw.

STARRITT -- January 18, at 5, St. Jude's Avenue, Belfast, Albert S. Starritt, B.A., son of S. Starritt, ex-Inspector of National Schools.

TAYLOR - January 20, at 18, Willowfield Street, Belfast, Bella Hardie, dearly-beloved wife of S. G. Taylor, H.M. Customs, aged 23 years.

THOMPSON -- At Macedon, on the 19th January, Mary Eliza, younger daughter of the late James Cunningham, Esq., and wife of James Thompson Esq., J.P.

VALENTINE -- January 24, at Glenavna, Whiteabbey, William Valentine.

WALSH -- January 19, at Hilden, Lisburn, John (late foreman sorter), dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Walsh.

WILSON -- January 19, at his residence, Ballymacash, Lisburn, William Wilson.

In Memoriam

ALLEN -- In loving remembrance of our dear son, William Watson Allen (Willie), who departed this life on January 20th, 1893, and was interred in City Cemetery.

BELL -- In loving remembrance of Elizabeth Follerton, wife of William H. Bell, who died at 47, Albertbridge Road, Belfast, 19th January, 1893.

LESLIE -- In loving memory of "Jennie,"" the beloved wife of Lieutenant-General Leslie, late R.A., died 20th January, 1893.

Clippings

Missing Friends

Under this heading we will be pleased to insert, free of charge, notices of absent friends whose whereabouts our readers may for any reason wish to discover. Communications of this nature must bear the signature and address of the writer.

Anyone wishing a notice to appear more than once can have inserted at the normal charge of 6d for one extra week, or three weeks extra for 1s. Those notices which have previously appeared can be republished on these terms.

BONAR. -- William Bonar, Clonkeen, Randalstown, would like to know the address of John Bonar, who left Clonkeen, Randalstown, in 1882, for America. Last heard of in 1887, when he lived in Randolph Street, Chicago, after which is believed he left for Australia. American and Australian papers please copy.

HAMILTON. -- William Hamilton desires the address of his brother, Robert Hamilton, saddler, who left Greenock thirty years ago. Last heard of in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Information will be thankfully received by William Hamilton, 6, Salmon Street, Greenock.

LONG -- Elizabeth Long desires the address of her sister, Susan Long, who left Ireland along with Mrs. Newton over forty years ago. Last heard of in King Street, Philadelphia. If any of the Newton's is alive, please answer. -- Mrs. Hamilton, 6, Salmon Street, Greenock.

MILLER. -- John Miller, 7, Richmond Street, Belfast, is anxious to know the whereabouts of his brother, Robert Miller. When last heard of he was the owner of a spirit store in Greenwich Street, corner of Money Street, New York.

M'KENNA. -- Wanted, information regarding Mrs. Mary M'Kenna, who was last heard of eleven years ago. She was then living at South Boston, Mass., America, with her son, Charles M'Kenna, cabinetmaker. Any information regarding her will be thankfully received by her sister, Catherine Silvey, 56, Brick Row, Greencastle.

M'GOVERN. -- Wanted to know the whereabouts of Mrs. M'Govern. Last heard of living in 15 Gamble Street, Belfast, in 1876. Any information as to her whereabouts will be thankfully received by her son, Thomas M'Govern, 10, Waterloo Road, Dublin.

PLUMMER. -- Alice Plummer, or Mrs. White, desires information with regard to Mary Plummer, resided in Belfast from 1870 to 1884. Any information thankfully received by Mrs. White, 23, Taylor Street, Glasgow.

 

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