Northern Whig - Friday, 1 November 1861

Marriages

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

BIGGER--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 George Lennox Bigger, Esq., Longford, to Frances Anne, daughter of the late John Shaw M'Culloch, Esq., Drogheda.

Births

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

PRICE. -- October 31, at The Grange, Bright, County Down, the wife of the Rev. T. Blackwood Price, of a son.

Deaths

BEGGS. -- October 26, at the residence of his sisters, 51, Verner Street, Belfast, Mr. James Beggs, aged twenty-three years.

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

PAUL. -- October 29, at her residence, William Street, Derry, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Andrew Paul.

PYE. -- October 27, at Pinner, aged ninety-one years, Mrs. Pye, widow of the late Henry James Pye, Esq., formerly Poet Laureate, and M.P. for Berks.

STEVENSON. -- September 27, in Hampstead, Long Island, America, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Thomas Proteus Stevenson, printer, aged forty-three years, formerly of Enniskillen.

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 2 November 1861

Marriages

GILES--LANG. -- October 24, at Westleigh Church, North Devon, Charles S. Giles, Esq., Paymaster R.N., H.M.'s Conqueror, to Helen Nevillia, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dashwood Lang, M.A., Vicar of Westleigh.

HARVEY--RUSSELL. -- October 29, in St. Mary's Church, Cheltenham, John, eldest son of the late Archibald Harvey, Esq., Caw House, County Londonderry, to Emily, youngest daughter of the late Sir William Oldsall Russell, Chief Justice of Bengal.

RICE--MURPHY. -- October 27, at Barnmeen Chapel, by the Rev. Thomas Brady, P.P., Mr. Patrick Rice, Derryraw, to Margaret Teresa, only daughter of the late Mr. A. Murphy, of Barnmeen.

Births

DILL. -- October 25, at Hawthorn Villa, Chorlton Road, Manchester, the wife of John Dill, Esq., M.D., of a daughter.

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

POLLOCK. -- October 30, at 29, Christopher Street, Belfast, Mrs. William Gourlie Pollock, of a son.

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

Deaths

ALLEN. -- November 1, at 51, Cromac Street, Marcella, daughter of the late Mr. John Allen, 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, aged twenty-six years, Esther, wife of Mr. Thomas Gracey, Law Clerk. [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 of her Majesty's 27th Inniskillings, aged twenty-eight years.

 

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Northern Whig - Monday, 4 November 1861

Marriages

FERRIER--GUTHRIE. -- October 30, at Brechin, by the Rev. Dr. M'Cosh, Queen's College, Belfast, brother-in-law of the bride, William Ferrier, Esq., merchant, Glasgow, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Alexander Guthrie, Esq., surgeon, Brechin.

KEEPEL--WEST. -- October 31, in St. Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, by the Rev. Richard West, assisted by the Hon. and Rev. Robert Liddell, Rear Admiral the Hon. Sir Henry Keppel, K.C.B., to Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Martin J. West, Esq., and the Lady Maria West, Cadogan Place, Belgrave Square, London.

M'DOWELL--MORAN. -- October 30, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. Blayney, C.C., Mr. William John M'Dowell, compositor, to Miss Annie Moran, both of Belfast.

M'NABB--O'NEILL. -- November 1, in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greenock, by the Rev. William Gordon, Captain Thomas M'Nabb, eldest son of Captain Daniel M'Nabb, Portaferry, to Helen, second daughter of Patrick O'Neill, Esq., of 9, Trafalgar Street, Greenock.

Births

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

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

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

HEWITT. -- November 1, at Melbourne Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Thomas Hewitt, of a daughter.

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

Deaths

KERNS. -- November 3, at 9, Grace Street (off Henrietta Street), Patrick Kerne, aged twenty-four years. [His remains will be removed from his late residence for interment in Friar's Bnsh Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, the 5th instant, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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

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

M'GUIGAN. -- November 1, at 84(?), North Qeeen Street, Belfast, Mr. Arthur M'Guigan, aged twenty-seven years.

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

MILLS. -- July 22, at Newtown, Sydney, Lillian MacClymont, formerly of Stranraer, Scotland, and wife of tbe Rev. Wm. Mills, for twenty years Missionary at Samoa.

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

RICHARDSON. -- October 27, at Kew Green, London, William, youngest son of the late William Richardson, Esq., of Moy, County Tyrone, in the sixty-seventh year of his age.

ROE. -- October 28(?), at Blessington Street, Dundalk, John Roe, Esq., aged seventy years.

WATLOCK. -- November 1, at Wandsworth, John Dawson Watlock, Esq., aged fifty-four years.

 

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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 5 November 1861

Marriages

MILLIKEN--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.

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

THOMPSON--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.

Births

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

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

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

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

Deaths

WALLACE. -- November 3, at his residence, Church Quarter, near Dundonald, Mr. John Wallace, aged seventy three years. [His remains will be removed thence for interment at Dundonald, on to-morrow (Wednesday), the 6th inst., at eleven o'clock.]

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BLAKENEY. -- At Prospect Hill, Galway, John Blakeney, Esq., Crown Solicitor of that County.

BULLA. -- November 2, at Portadown, in the sixty-fourth year of his age, Mr. Daniel Bulla.

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

JOYCE. -- October 16, at New York, John Joyce, a native of Portadown, County Armagh, in the sixtieth year of his age.

M'NICHOL. -- November 1, at 43, Lonsdale Street, Belfast, Patrick M'Nichol, aged eighty-three years, a servant to the family with whom he died.

MAURRAY. -- October 18, at New York, Mrs. Ellen Maurray, a native of Cavan, in the thirty-third year of her age.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 6 November 1861

Marriages

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

FITZPATRICK--GREGSTEN. -- November 2, at Aughavea Church, Brookboro', by the Rev. Henry Deacon, Mr. John Thomas Fitzpatrick, merchant, Liverpool, to Miss Sarah Gregsten.

Births

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

WREN. -- October 29, at the Spa, Tralee, the wife of Leslie Wren, Esq., of a daughter.

Deaths

BRERETON. -- November 2, at Harcourt Street, Dublin, David Brereton, Esq., M.D., aged sixty-two years.

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

FRAME. -- October 28, at Monlough, Mrs. Isabella Frame, relict of the late James Orr Frame, aged seventy-one years.

MURDOCK. -- October 28, at 36, Leeson Street, Dublin, Cunningham, second surviving son of Robert Murdock, Esq., Creeve, County Monaghan.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 7 November 1861

Marriages

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

NEEDHAM--MACDONNELL. -- November 5, in St. Anne's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. John Cotter M'Donnell, brother of 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.

Births

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

FERRIS. -- November 2, at Tubberalane Farm, County Donegal, the wife of Wm. Ferris, Esq., merchant, Derry, of a son.

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

Deaths

YOUNG. -- November 6, at his late residence, 66, Great Patrick Street, Belfast, Hugh A. Young, aged thirty-five years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Friar's Bush Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Friday), the 8th instant, at half past two o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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MACAULAY. -- November 6, at Trenton, C. W. Denis Macaulay, aged sixty-seven years, a native of County Antrim.

MEEHAN. -- November 3, at his residence, Park Street, Dundalk, Mr. Thomas Meehan.

NEARY. -- November 4, at Monavallet, Dundalk, Owen Neary, Esq.

 

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Northern Whig - Friday, 8 November 1861

Marriages

BURT--TAIT. -- October 31, at 6, Bellevue Crescent, Edinburgh, the Rev. Walter Tait, of St. Madoes, cousin of the bride, Benjamin Burt, M.D., Surgeon Bengal Army, to Marion Louisa, only daughter of the late Rear-Admiral James Haldane Tait, Royal Nary.

JOHNSTON--BEATTIE. -- November 7, In the Fisherwick Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Morgan, Mr. Jas. Johnston, to Mrs. Margaret Beattie, both of Holywood.

Births

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

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

JOYANT. -- November 6, in George Street, Limerick, the wife of Alderman Joynt, of a son.

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

Deaths

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

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.

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

HORN. -- November 4, at 4, Hanover Terrace, Peckham, London, W. F. Horn, Esq., Provincial Bank of Ireland, London.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 9 November 1861

Marriages

ANDERSON--GAW. -- November 1, in the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownards, by the Rev. Julius M'Cullough, Mr. George Anderson, Cherryvally, Comber, to Miss Eleanor Gaw, Whitespots, Newtownards.

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

EWING--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.

SIMPSON--M'INTYRE. -- November 7, in Aghadoey Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Brown, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Thomas Davidson, A.M., Garvagh, the Rev. David Simpson, Free Church, Lawrencekirk, Scotland, to Mrs. Jane M'Intyre, eldest daughter of James Thomas, Esq., Ballydevitt, Ballymoney.

Birth

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

Deaths

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

PORTER. -- November 1, at Raphoe, Ellen, wife of William Porter, Esq., merchant, aged twenty-five years.

YOUNG. -- November 2, Margaret, widow of the late Thomas Young, Esq., Mounthall, County Donegal.

 

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Northern Whig - Monday, 11 November 1861

Marriages

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

DUNLOP--STANTON. -- November 9, in May Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, 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 Captain W. Barron Stanton, H.M.'s 91st Regiment, and youngest daughter of the Rev. the President of Queen's College, Belfast.

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

Births

COCHRANE. -- November 2, at Ballyshannon, the wife of the Rev. S. G. Cochrane, prematurely, of a daughter, which survived but a short time.

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

GALLOWAY. -- November 3, at Townsend Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. James Galloway, of a daughter.

HENRY. -- November 9, at Letitia Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Patrick John Henry, of a son.

REA. -- November 10, at 18, Mill Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Hugh Rea, of a daughter.

Deaths

SERVICE. -- November 9, at 19, Lonsdale Street, Belfast, Mary widow of tha late David M'Clure Service. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the New Burying-ground, on Thursday morning, at nine o'clock.]

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GILMORE. -- November 3, at Raffrey, County Down, Mr. Samuel Gilmore, aged eighty-seven years.

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

MADDEN. -- November 6, at the County Infirmary, Monaghan, Mr. William T. Madden, Resident Apothecary and Registrar of that Institution, eldest son of W. Madden, Esq., M.D., Jervis Street, Dublin.

MESNEY. -- November 1, at Liverpool, in his third year, Wm. Michael Locke Stephens, son of Mr. Wm. M. L. Mesney, of the screw steamer Frankfort.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 12 November 1861

Marriages

FELLOWS--MORGAN. -- November 5, in the Unitarian Church, Stourbridge, by the Rev. David Maginnis, Alfred Fellows, Esq., Victoria, Vancouver's Island, second son of Isaac Fellows, Esq., Wolverhampton, to Lucy, daughter of the late John Morgan, Esq., Hay, Brecknockshire.

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

M'GLINCHY--FERRIN. -- November 2, in Desertmartin Chapel, Mr. Pearson M'Glinchy, engineer, Cullybackey Steam Mills, Ballymena, to Mary, youngest daughter of William Ferrin, Esq., Boveagb, near Desertmartin.

Births

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

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

Deaths

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

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BOWEN. -- November 7, at Kingstown, Anthony E. Bowen, Esq., Rear-Commodore of the Royal St. George Yacht Club.

MEGARRY. -- November 9, at 107, Bradbury Place, Belfast, Mrs. Megarry, relict of the late Henry Megarry, Dromore, aged seventy six years.

THOMPSON. -- November 9, at Ardtullach, Holywood, Robert, youngest son of H. Thompson, Esq., aged fifteen years.

VANCE. -- November 10, aged nineteen years, John, only son of Mr. John Vance, 77, Little Patrick Street, Belfast.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 13 November 1861

Marriages

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

MILLES--TURLE. -- November 12, in 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 Robert Turle, Esq., Armagh.

PATTERSON--CAUGHEY. -- November 12, in the First Presbyterian Meetinghouse, Rosemary Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Henry Montgomery, LL.D., Robert Lloyd Patterson, son of Robt. Patterson, Esq., to Sarah, daughter of William B. Caughey, Esq., Northern Bank, Belfast.

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.

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

Deaths

CAMPBELL. -- November 12, at 13, Falls Rond (opposite Northumberland Street), Belfast, Stewart, youngest son of Robert Campbell, aged ten years.

GRIFFIN. -- November 9, at the house of the Master of the Rolls, 6, Hyde Park Terrace, Dublin, Miss Griffin, aged thirty-nine years.

INGLIS. -- November 9, at 39, Abercromby Place, Edinburgh, John David Inglis, eldest son of the Lord Justice-Clark.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 14 November 1861

Marriages

LILBURN--CORRY. -- November 7, in the Presbyterian Church, Moira, by the Rev. John M'Kee, assisted by the Rev. Saml. Graham, Mr. Thomas P. Lilburn, merchant, Dromore, to Matilda, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Corry, Dromore.

PALMER--PALMER. -- November 8, In the Unitarian Church, Templepatrick, by the Rev. J. Jennings, Mr. William John Palmer, Belfast, to Matilda Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr. A. Palmer, Crumlin.

PATTERSON--CAUGHEY. -- November 12, in the First Presbyterian Meetinghouse, Rosemary Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Henry Montgomery, LL.D., Robert Lloyd Patterson, son of Robt. Patterson, Esq., to Frances Sarah, daughter of William B. Caughey, Esq., Northern Rank. Belfast.

Births

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

FERRIES. -- November 10, at Ballymena, Mrs. David Ferries, Commercial Hotel, of a son.

MACLEAN. -- November 9, at Omagh, the wife of Captain Maclean, Staff Officer of Pensioners, of a son.

Deaths

BUTLER. -- November 8, at Bennerkerry House, in the seventy-eighth year of his age, Sir Thomas Butler, Bart.

FORBES. -- November 11, at 11, Athole Crescent, Edinburgh, Miss Marjory Forbes, daughter of the late Dr. Robert Forbes, M.D.

 

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Northern Whig - Friday, 15 November 1861

Marriages

DOD--WILSON. -- November 13, in Lurgan Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. William Patteson, 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.

ECKERSALL--NIXON. -- November 12, at Killermogh, Queen's County, by the Rev. Eckersall Nixon, Frederick Stirling Eckersall, Esq., 29th Regiment, to Clara Mary, secoud daughter of the late Rev. Edward Nixon, of Castletown, County Meath.

ELLIS--M'DONAGH. -- November 12, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. MacSorley, William Ellis, Esq., R.N., Cawsand, near Devonport, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late J. M'Donagh, Esq., M.D., Ranelagh.

LYLE--WARD. -- November 12, in Killinchy Church, County Down, by the Rev. Edward Lyle, James Acheson, second son of the late Hugh Lyle, Esq., Knocktarna, Coleraine, to Emily Octavia, daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, Rector of Killlnchy, County Down.

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

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

Births

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

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

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

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

M'NALLY. -- November 13, at 3, Cupar Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. James M'Nally, of a son.

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

Deaths

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

HAMILTON -- November 10, at his residence, Kildrum, Mr. James Hamilton, sen., aged eighty-four years.

MARLOW -- November 10, at 135, North Street, Belfast, aged three years, Mary Anne Josephine Marlow, only daughter of Neal Marlow, Esq., Glasgow.

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

YUILE -- November 13, at 132, Earl Street, Belfast, Robert, son of Mr. Hugh Yuile, aged eleven years and six months.

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 16 November 1861

Marriage

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

DULSTAN--BAILIE. -- November 6, in May Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Cooke, Mr. John Dulstan, of Her Majesty's Customs, Liverpool, to Jane, oldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Bailie, Belfast.

M'MILLAN-HANNA. -- In May Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. W. Collins, Mr. Hugh M'Millan, to Miss Dorothea Hanna, both of Belfast.

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

Births

KENNEY. -- November 11, at Randalstown, the wife of Mr. John Kenney, of a son.

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

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

Deaths

ALEXANDER. -- November 15, at his residence, near Ballynure, Thomas Alexander, aged ninety-three years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Ballylinny, on Monday, the 18th instant, at ten o'clock a.m.]

CAMPBELL. -- At her residence, 34, Pottinger's Entry, Belfast, Jane, wife of Mr. Terence Campbell. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Friar's Bush Burying ground, on to-morrow (Sunday), the 17th instant, at two o'dock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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CARROLL. -- November 9, Martin H. Carroll, Esq., Brunswick Street, Dublin, aged forty-four years.

M'MINN. -- November 14, at his residence, Ballynafeigh, near Belfast, Mr. Robert M'Minn, late of Newry, in his seventy-fifth year.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Monday, 18 November 1861

Marriages

CHRISTIE--HIND. -- November 14, in New Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. J. A. Canning, Mr. James Christie, Dunlnce, to Annie, daughter of Mr. Adam Hind, Islandmore, Ballywillan.

DUFFY--O'HAGAN. -- November 17, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Chapel, Donegall Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Mr. M'Auley, Mr. James Duffy, Belfast, to Miss Mary O'Hagan, Warrenpoint.

GREER--PUMPHREY. -- November 14, in Friend's Meetinghouse, Ackworth, Yorkshire, Robert John Greer, Waterford, to Anna, eldest daughter of Thomas Pumphrey, Ackworth.

SAUNDERS--THORNTON. -- November 15, in the Parish Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Vicar of Belfast, Colour-Sergeant Issac Saunders, 2d Battalion Royal Regiment, to Miss Mary Thornton, Belfast.

RUDDELL--HUMPHREYS. -- November 14, in Castleblaney Church, by the Rev. R. A. Byrne, John Ruddell, Esq., of Portadown, to Eliza Jane, only daughter of the late Wm. Humphreys, Esq., Ballyhaise, County Cavan.

Births.

BARRY. -- November 4, at Barcelona, the wife of J. D. Barry, jun., A.I.C.E./ of a daughter.

MAGRANE. -- November 9, at 2, Longwood Avenue, the wife of Mr. George Magrane, of a daughter.

Deaths

COLVIN. -- November 13, Mr. Nichlas Colvin, for many years collector of cess and poor rates for Armagh.

CURRY. -- November 14, at Bogside, Coleraine, Mr. David Curry, aged eighty-nine years.

GALLOWAY. -- November 14, at The Garden, Birr Castle, Parsonstown, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Joseph Gibb, Armagh.

MORGAN. -- November 12, at his residence, Clanbrassil Street, Dundalk, Thomas, son of Mr. Morgan, tanner.

 

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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 19 November 1861

Marriages

HASTINGS--BROWN. -- November 14, in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Donaghadee, by the Rev. Robert Hazleton, Charles Hastings, Esq., Ballyfrench, to Jane, third daughter of the late Hugh Brown, Esq., Ballylimp, Kirkcubbin.

M'ALESTER--SMYTH. -- November 16, in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Donegall Street, Belfast, by the Rev. Wm, Blaney, Mr. Daniel M'Alester, to Lizzie, second daughter of Mr. Michael Smyth, Falls Road, Belfast.

YOUNGHUSBAND--MATTS. -- August 31, in St. Andrew's Church, Brighton, near Melbourne, by the Rev. Samuel Taylor, J. Younghusband, Esq., merchant, to Elizabeth, second daughter of William Matts, Esq., Warley, Essex.

Births

BRIEN. -- November 11, at Lisburn, the wife of Sir. George Bries, Downpatrick, of a daughter.

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

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

Deaths

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

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

SHARP. -- November 13, at Linden Hall, near Lancaster, aged eighty-seven years, William Sharp, Esq., a magistrate for the Counties of Lancaster and Westmoreland.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 20 November 1861

Marriages

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

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

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

WELSH--FINLAY. -- November 14, in Bangor Is-y-Coed Church, by the Rev. George Marsh, David James Welsh, Captain Royal Bengal Artillery, eldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Welsh, Professor of Church History, Edinburgh, to Helen, Finlay, Esq., Glasgow.

Births

CHIGNELL. -- November 19, at 11, Alton Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. William John Chignell, compositor, of a son.

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

Deaths

BOOMER. -- November 13, at his residence, 133, Durham Street, Belfast, Mr. Michael Boomer, aged fifty years.

BOOMER. -- November 17, Elisa, daughter of the late Mr. Michael Boomer, aged twenty years.

DONNELLY. -- November 17, at 16, Lancaster Street, Belfast, Mary, wife of Mr. Neal Donnelly, aged seventy-eight years.

FORBES. -- November 13, at Whitchurch, Oxfordshire, in the seventy-fourth year of his age, Sir John Forbes, M.D., Physician to her Majesty's Household.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 21 November 1861

Marriages

DIGNUM--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, eldest daughter of John M'Cavana, Esq., Belfast.

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

HUNT--RAINE. -- November 16, in St. Oswald's Church, Durham, Alfred Hunt, M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Rev. Jas. Raine, D.C.L., Crook Hall, Durham.

M'KENNA--NEARY. -- November 20, in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Millar, Vicar, Mr. Michael M'Kenna, Belfast, to Mrs. Mary Neary, Dublin.

MAZINI--WHITE. -- November 14, in Holy Trinity Church, Brompton, V. C. Mazini, Esq., Brescia, to Linda Mary, eldest daughter of James White, Esq., M.P.

MOORE--KERR. -- November 11, in the First Presbyterian Chinch, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Leslie A. Lyle, B.A., Mr. Robert Moore, Cloughflan, County Donegal, to Miss Martha Kerr, Killane, Parish of Ardstraw.

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

Births

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

DOHERTY. -- November 10, at 22, Clifton Crescent, Birkenhead, the wife of Mr. William J. Doherty, C.E., of a daughter.

Deaths

BRANIGAN. -- November 14, at Boyne View, Drogheda, William James, youngest son of Captain L. Branigan.

CLOUGH. -- November 13, at Florence, Arthur Hugh Clough, Esq., one of the Examiners to the Educational Department of the Privy Council, aged forty-two years.

COULTER. -- November 15, at Ferguson's Lane, Derry, Mr. John Coulter, aged twenty-four years.

FARQUHARSON. -- November 8, at 13, Meridian Place, Clifton, Colonel Peter Farquharson, in his seventy-eighth year, formerly of the 78th and 65th Regiments, and for ten years Deputy Adjutant-General, Jamaica.

GODLEY. -- November 18, Mr. Robert John Godley, Assistant Under Secretary of State for War.

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

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

MACK. -- November 19, at her residence, 5, Chichester Street, Belfast, Margaretta Mercer Mack, daughter of the late R. Mack, merchant, Bridge Street, Belfast.

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

 

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Northern Whig - Friday, 22 November 1861

Marriages

DICKENS--EVANS -- November 19, in St. Mark's Church, Regent's Park, London, by the Rev. W. B. Galloway, Chas. Dickens, jun., Esq., to Elizabeth Moule, second daughter of Frederick M. Evans, 12, Queen's Road West, Regent's Park, and Whitefriar's, London.

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

IRVINE--JOHNSON -- November 10, 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.

Births

BUTLER -- November 19, at 18, Upper Merrlon Street, Dublin, the wife of Wm. Butler, Esq., Park, Templemore, of a son.

COOKE -- November 17, at the Rectory, Thomastown, the wife of the Rev. Ambrose Cooke, of a son.

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

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

Deaths

COLLINS -- November 20, Miss Roseanna Collins, late Head Teacher of the Female Department of the Belfast Model School. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Newry, from 20, College Square North, by eight o'clock train, on Saturday morning, the 23d instant, arriving in Newry at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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

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

GREENE -- November 17, at West Street, Drogheda, Anne, wife of Mr. Cristopher Greene, and sister of the Rev. Michael Higgins, C.C., Moynalty.

STANFIELD -- November 17, at St. John's, Hillsboro', Samuel, youngest son of Thomas Stanfield, aged twenty-one years.

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 23 November 1861

Marriages

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

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

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

ROCHE--WHYTE -- November 21, in the Cathedral, Marlborough Street, by the Rev. Peter Seagrave, uncle of the bride, Chas. Philip Roche, Esq., Ballygraine, County Limerick, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Captain Nicholas Charles Whyte, R.N., Loughbrickland, County Down.

Births

EATON -- November 19, the wife of Mr. Oliver Eaton, Waterside, Londonderry, of a son.

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

Deaths

STEPHENSON -- November 28, Margaret, wife of Mr. Robert Stephenson, Dock Street. [Her remains will be removed for interment, at eight o'clock, on to-morrow (Sunday) morning. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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

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LAWTHER -- November 15, at the residence of Robert Lawther, Rathmore, near Antrim, Sarah, relict of the late William Lawther, aged one hundred and five years.

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

WATSON -- November 21, Mr. Robert Watson, Drumnahore, near Banbridge, in the eighty-second year of his age.

 

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Northern Whig - Monday, 25 November 1861

Marriages

MEADE--STOREY. -- November 20, in Blyborough, Lincolnshire, by the Rev. W. P. Graham, the Rev. De Courcy Meade, of Weston, Bath, to Caroline Maria, fifth daughter of the late Rev. Joseph Storey, of Bingfield, County Cavan.

STOTT--KEE. -- November 20, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Tandragee, by the Rev. Robert Hamilton, Mr. James Stott, to Miss Martha Kee, both of Tandragee.

WARNOCK--CHRISTIE. -- November 21, in Fintona Presbyterian Meetinghouse, by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Wm. Warnock, Esq., Drumragh, near Omagh, to Sarah, second daughter of David Christie, Esq., Tonaughmore, Fintona.

Births

GRAHAM. -- November 17, at 17, Henry Place, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Alexander Graham, of a daughter.

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

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

Deaths

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

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AUDAIN. -- November 21, at Sheffield, aged seven years, Frances Caroline, daughter of Lieut.-Colonel Audain, 16th Regt.

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

GIBSON. -- November 18, at 112, Saul Street, Downpatrick, Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Gibson, printer, aged six years.

 

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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 26 November 1861

Marriages

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

GRIBBIN--BRADY -- November 20, in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Dromore, by the Rev. William M'Cartin, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Thomas Brady, P.P., Rathfriland, uncle of the bride, Mr. Jas Gribbin, Lurganban, to Susan, second daughter of Mr. Daniel Brady, Ballykeel, Dromore.

Births

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

HENRY -- November 19, at Ballyshannon, the wife of William Henry, Esq., Constabulary, of a son.

MULLIGAN -- November 25, at Lisnashanker, the wife of Mr. William Mulligan, of a son.

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

SPILLER -- November 22, at 5, Mountcharles, Belfast, Mrs. DanielFrederick Spiller, of a son.

Deaths

M'COURT -- November 25, Rose, relict of the late Mr. Patrick M'Court, Belfast. [Her remains will be removed from her late residence, 62, Union Street, for interment in Friar's Bush Burying-ground, on Wednesday morning, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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ADAMS -- November 23, at his residence, Ballybrick, Katesbridge, John Adams, Esq., aged eighty-two years.

GRAHAM -- November 24, at the residence of her son-in-law (Thomas Shillington, Esq., Portadown), Arabella, relict of the late David Graham, Esq., Magherafelt.

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

M'MINN -- November 23, at Ballynafeigh, near Belfast, in her seventy-third year, Jane, relict of the late Mr. R. M'Minn.

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

RUPELL -- November 22, Adam Lowry, aged five months, son of the Rev. William Rupell, of Ballyclare.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 27 November 1861

Marriages

BARCLAY--ALEXANDER -- November 26, in the First Presbyterian Church, Carrickfergus, by the Rev. James White, T.C.H. Barclay, Esq., C.E., son of the late Thomas Barclay, Esq., County Surveyor, King's County, to Jennie, second daughter of Robert Alexander, Esq., and niece of James Alexander, Esq., High-Sheriff of the County of the Town of Carrickfergus.

IRWIN--SMITH -- November 21, in St. Peter's Church, Holborn, London, by the Rev. J. W. M'Lauglin, M.A., Rector, and uncle of the bride, George Irwin, Esq., son of the late Acheson Irwin, Esq., Clonaviel, County Fermanagh, to Flora Adelaide, eldest daughter of Captain T. J. Smith late of her Majesty's 33d Regiment.

WATSON--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., Armagh.

Births

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

MOORE -- November 21, at Strabane, the wife of Mr. A. Moore, Holmes' Buildings, of a son.

Deaths

BROWNE -- November 20, at Strabane, James Browne, aged thirty-seven years.

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

KIRK -- November 12, at Bridgeton, Glasgow, after a long illness, Mr. William Kirk, formerly of Greencastle, Belfast, aged sixty two years.

MACKEY -- November 20, at Fitzwilliam Street, Belfast, Ellen, wife of John C. Mackey, Esq.

MEGIBBIN -- October 26, at Baltimore, U.S., Eleanor Jane, wife of Mr. Valentine Megibbin, and only daughter of Mr. Henry Hull, 37, Garden Place, Belfast, aged twenty-five yeras.

MONTGOMERY -- November 9, at Poughkeepale, U.S. John B. Montgomery, Esq., formerly of Belfast, in the seventy-seventh year of his age.

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 28 November 1861

Marriages

HAYES--BURKE -- November 26, in St. Patrick's Church, Cork, by the Rev. Canon Browne, assisted by the Rev. Wiliam Lane, Thos. P. Hayes, jun., Esq., Dublin, to Helen, second daugter of the late Edmund Burke, Esq., J.P., Tyaquin, County Galway.

MOORE--GUNNING -- November 26, in York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. David Hanson, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Raphael, Mr. William Moore, Ballyclare, to Anna, daughter of Mr. John Gunning, York Street, Belfast.

O'NEILL--M'AULEY -- November 27, in St. Malachy's Church, Belfast, by his Lordship the Right Rev. Dr. Dorrian, Co-adjator Bishop of Down and Connor, Mr. John O'Neill, architect, Belfast, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Patrick M'Auley, Esq., Belfast.

Births

CORK -- November 24, at 1, Grafton Street, London, the Countess of Cork, of twins - a son and heir and a daughter.

GRANT -- October 26, att Fairy Knowe, Bothwell, the wife of Alexander Grant, Esq., of a son.

ROBINSON -- November 23, the wife of William Robinson, Esq., Lyle House, Portadown, of a son and heir.

Deaths

BARNETT -- October 1, at Deena, John Gemmill, a child of Dr. J. Milford Barnett, H.M.'s 11th Regiment Bombay N.I., aged eleven months.

BICKERSTAFF -- November 23, at Chester, Morr Park, the Rev. Roger Bickerstaff, M.A., Rector of Boylestown, Derbyshire, father of the present incumbent of Killead, County Antrim.

CARMICHAEL -- November 26, at Salthill, Monkstown, the Rev. Robert Bell Booth Carmichael, F.T.C.D., aged thirty-three years.

GEOGHEGAN -- November 26, at Carysfort Lodge, Blackrock, Anne, wife of Robert Geoghegan, Esq.

LEFEBVRE -- November 19, at 9, Patrick's Hill, Cork (the residence of his brother-in-law, Osborne Edwards, Esq.), John Lefebvre, Esq., Hop Island, Cork.

 

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Northern Whig - Friday, 29 November 1861

Marriages

DICKSON--BERWICK. -- November 26, in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Miller, Alexander Dickson, Esq., solicitor, Belfast, to Mariann, daughter of the late Edward Berwick, Esq., Berwick Hall, Moira.

DOOLIN--HARKIN. -- November 27, in St. Malachy's Church, Belfast, by the Right Rev. Dr. Dorrian, Coadjutor Bishop of Down and Connor, Walter Doolin, Esq., of Dublin, to Olivia, third daughter of the late Hugh Harkin, Esq., of Belfast.

MAGILL--ALLEN. -- November 26, in St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. James A. Park, Taughboyne Cottage, Derry, William Magill, Esq., Ormeau Terrace, to Elisa, widow of the late James Graham Allen, Esq., Comber, County Down.

Births

HENRY. -- November 27, at 7, Park Street, Belfast, the wife of Mr. William Henry, of a son.

LOWE. -- November 14, the wife of John T. Lowe, Jun , Esq., H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul at Civita Vecchia, of a son.

Deaths

BARNETT. -- November 28, at 44, Upper Arthur Street, Belfast, Charles Barnett, Esq., aged sixty-two years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Dundonald, on Saturday morning, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

ROCHE. -- November 28, at 36, Great George's Street, Belfast, Alice Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. W. J. Roche, aged seven years and nine months. [Her remains will he removed for interment in the New Burying-ground, on Saturday morning, the 30th instant, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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M'VEY. -- November 23, at Ardagh, near Coagh, John M'Vey, aged seventy years.

MURRAY. -- October 31, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. B. O'Hara, Jay Street, Brooklyn), Mary, relict of Mr. Francis Murray, formerly of Clanvaraghan, County Down.

WHITE. -- November 28, Agnes Matilda, wife of George White, Esq., proprietor of the Observer, Church Street, Ballymena.

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 30 November 1861

Marriages

BURNS--KILLEN. -- November 25, in St. Malachy's Catholic Church, Belfast, by the Rev. William Blayney, C.C., Mr, Patrick Burns, Manufacturer, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Killen, Builder.

DAWSON-CLOSE. -- November 28, by the Rev. James O'Hara, P.P., Derriaghy, Mr. William Dawson, Ballymacuard, to Miss Ann Jane Close, youngest daughter of Mr. William Close, Ballymacuard.

HANNA--PORTER. -- November 28, in Ballycairn Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Adam Montgomery, Mr. Robert Hanna, Ballycairn, to Miss Jane Porter, Drumbo, County Down.

Births

AGNEW. -- November 27, at Lisnashanker, the wife of James Agnew, Esq., of a daughter.

HAMILTON. -- November 28, at Groomsport, Widow Hamilton, of a son, stillborn.

THOMPSON. -- November 28, at 2, Wilmont Terrace, Belfast, the wife of K. Thompson, Esq., of a son.

Deaths

HUDDLESTON. -- Here, on the 28th November, at No. 9, Orchard Street, William Huddleston, Provision Merchant, Port Glasgow, Scotland, late Farmer, Loughries, County Down, aged sixty-six years. [His remains will be removed at half-past nine o'clock on Sabbath morning, for interment in Movilla, Newtownards. Friends will please accept this notice.]

ROCHE. -- November 28, at 36, Great George's Street, Belfast, Alice Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. W. J. Roche, aged seven years and nine months. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the New Burying-ground, on this (Saturday) morning, the 30th instant, at ten o'clock. Friends will please accept this notice.]

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BEATH. -- November 29, at the residence of his brother, London, Mr. John Beath, of Belfast.

BAIN. -- November 26, Mr. William Bain, Ann Street, Belfast, aged thirty-two years.

GLASSE -- November 22, at Strabane, Mary Jane, second daughter of the late William Glasse, Esq., Solicitor.

ROBERTS. -- At 75, Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, Mr. Wm. Roberts, Professor of Elocution, aged seventy-six years.

 

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