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Killea Birth, Marriage & Death Announcements

Transcribed from the Londonderry Sentinel 1829-69

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

February 14 1835

At Dunmore, on the 12th inst, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

August 6 1836

At Dunmore, on the 1st inst, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

June 30 1838 

At Dunmore, on the 27th June, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a son

 

August 4 1838

The lady of the REV WILLIAM LODGE, Rector of Killea, of a boy, her fourteenth child, and her seventh surviving son

 

January 25 1840

On the 17th January, at Dunmore, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

May 22 1841

At Dunmore, on the 16th inst., the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a son

 

September 18 1841

September 13th, at Dunmore House, the lady of the REV J.G. BALL, of a daughter

 

September 2 1843

At Dunmore, on the 27th August, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, of a son

 

April 12 1845

At Dunmore, on the 10th inst., the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

March 20 1847

At Dunmore, on the 14th inst, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

June 23 1849

At Dunmore, on the 15th inst, the lady of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a son

 

July 20 1849

July 15, at Killea Rectory, Diocese of Raphoe, the lady of the REV JOHN GAGE BALL, of a daughter

 

August 1 1856

On the 23rd ult., at Dunmore, the wife of ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

January 28 1859

December 30, in Petersburgh, Va., the lady of JOHN McILWAINE, ESQ., (second son of JOHN McILWAINE ESQ., Dunmore, county Donegal), of a son

 

November 18 1864

 On the 16th November, at Imlick, the wife of JOSEPH ALEXANDER, ESQ., of a son

 

November 14 1865

November 12, the wife of JOSEPH ALEXANDER, ESQ., Imlick, of a son

 

December 7 1866

November 30, at the Railway Station, Carrigans, the wife of MR JOHN HATRICK, station master, of a daughter

 

December 20 1867

On the 15th December, the wife of JOSEPH ALEXANDER, ESQ., Imlick, of a daughter

 

August 25 1868

August 21, at the Constabulatory Barrack, Carrigans, the wife of CONSTABLE ALEXANDER FEE, of a daughter

 

October 23 1868

October 14, at the Railway Station, Carrigans, the wife of MR JOHN HATRICK, of a son

 

June 22 1869

June 17, at Newtownhamilton, near Carrigans, the wife of MR PATRICK McELWEE, builder, of a daughter

 

November 9 1869

Nov. 6, at Imlick, the wife of JOSEPH ALEXANDER, of a son

 

Marriages

 

January 11 1834

On Monday, the 30th ult, at St. Mark's Church, Armagh, by the Rev. William Lodge, ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ.,  of Dunmore, in the county of Donegal, to MARGARET, third daughter of the late ROBERT MACAN, ESQ., of Ballynahone House, Armagh

See 1901 census Dunmore & The McClintocks of Dunmore House

 

March 14 1835

At Milford, on Friday, the 6th inst, by the Rev. James Budd, MR ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, of Carrigans, to ELIZA ANNE, second daughter of MR WILLIAM BUCHANAN, of Milford.

 

July 21 1838 

On the 4th inst, in the Chapel of Ease (Londonderry), by the Rev. William Lodge, Rector of Killea, MR WILLIAM DIXON,  of Kildrum, to JANE, eldest daughter of MR JOHN CARLAND, of Imlick

 

August 29 1840 

On the 25th inst, in the Church of Killea, by the Rev. Charles Seymour, the REV JOHN GAGE BALL,  of Allsaints Glebe, only son of the late WILLIAM BELL, ESQ., to MARGARET, daughter of the late WILLIAM McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of Dunmore, county Donegal

See The McClintocks of Dunmore House

 

January 16 1841

On Wednesday, the 6th inst, at Millbrook, by the Rev. Mr. Heron, MR ALEXANDER MAXWELL, Killea, to MARY JANE, only daughter of the late MR HARVEY McADOO, of Dernakilly

 

July 8 1843   

At Carrigans, on the 4th inst, by the Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, J. THOMPSON, only son of WILLIAM MACKY, ESQ., of Londonderry, to CAROLINE, daughter of the late REAR ADMIRAL FRANCIS HOLMES

 

May 9 1846

On the 1st inst, by the Rev. W. McC. Wray, WILLIAM DOUGHERTY, ESQ.,  eldest son of HARVEY DOUGHERTY, ESQ., Carrigans, county Donegal, to MISS ELIZABETH LOGAN,  youngest daughter of THOMAS LOGAN, ESQ., of Stewartstown House, county Antrim

 

October 26 1849 

On Tuesday, the 16th inst, by the Rev. Mr. Hall, Rector of Killea, MR JOHN COCHRANE, Castruse, to JANE, eldest daughter of the late LIEUTENANT THOMSON, Altaughaderry, in the county of Donegal

 

February 21 1851

In the Parish Church of Killea, on the 6th inst, by the Rev. John Gage Ball, MR ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM, schoolmaster, to SARAH, eldest daughter of the late MR JOHN WRIGHT, of

Drumlougher

 

January 13 1854  

In the Presbyterian Church of Leckpatrick, on the 5th inst, by the Rev. M. Chambers, MR WILLIAM McNUTT, near Carrigans, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR DAVID McCREA,  Kenaghan, Leckpatrick (co. Tyrone)

 

October 14 1859

On the 24th August, at Philadelphia, by the Rev. Mr. Debrough, CATHERINE, second daughter of MR ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAME, postmaster, Carrigans, to MR JAMES KEE, Darby West, Philadelphia, and late of Killymard, county Donegal.

 

April 20 1860

April 17, in the Parish Church of Killea, by the Rev. John Gage Ball, uncle of the bride, JOHN ACHESON, eldest son of ROSS T. SMYTH, ESQ., of Ardmore, county Derry, to ALICE, second daughter of the late ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., J.P. and D.L., Dunmore, county Donegal

 

December 13 1861

December 10, at Monreagh Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. Long, MR WILLIAM STEWART, sexton of Third Presbyterian Church of this City (Londonderry), to JULIANA, , daughter of the late MR TIMOTHY ROBINSON, of Prospect House, Carrigans

 

May 23 1862

May 20, at Killea Church, by the Rev. John Gage Ball, uncle of the bride, HOLT WARING, ESQ., 88th Connaught Rangers, second son of MAJOR HENRY WARING, of Waringstown, county Down, to MARGARET ELIZABETH, third daughter of the late ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., of Dunmore, county Donegal

 

November 28 1862

November 28, at St. Baithin's Church, St. Johnston, by the Rev. Mr. Stephens, P.P., MR DANIEL WARD, Newtownhamilton, to MISS MARGARET McBRIDE, second daughter of MR JOHN McBRIDE, St. Johnston

 

March 24 1863

March 20, at Donaghmore Church, FRANCIS ARTHUR DOYLE, ESQ., C.E., second son of the late TIMOTHY DOYLE, ESQ., J.P., Craig, county Kilkenny, to FANNY, widow of the late JOHN BAIRD, ESQ., M.D., Carrigans

 

August 7 1863

On the 4th August, in the Presbyterian Church, St. Johnston, by the Rev. Joseph McConaghy,

A.M., assisted by the Rev. J. Alexander, M.A., Toronto, Canada West, MR HENRY ROBINSON,

merchant, Ballymoney, (Burt?), to MAGGIE, daughter of JOHN HANNA, ESQ., White House, Carrigans, county Donegal

 

November 10 1863

October 29, in the Fourth Presbyterian Church of this City (Londonderry), by the Rev. William Long, MR JOHN CROCKETT, Imlick, to ISABELLA, daughter of MR DAVID MACKY,  Humphreystown, Molenan

 

January 1 1864

December 29, at Newtowncunningham, by the Rev. William Scott, assisted by Rev. Samuel

McClure, of Crossroads, MR JOSEPH ALEXANDER, of Imlick, to FRANCES O’DONNELL, eldest daughter of FRANCIS G. LONG, ESQ., M.D., Newtowncunningham

 

May 31 1864

May 12, in the Cloughcorr Roman Catholic Chapel (Leckpatrick parish, co Tyrone), by the Rev. Mr. McKenna, MR DOMINICK O’HAGAN, Dunmore, to ROSE ANN, second daughter of MR WILLIAM DOHERTY, Donagheady

 

September 23 1864

September 18, at St. Balthan's Roman Catholic Church, St. Johnston, by the Rev. Michael

O'Friel, P.P., MR JOHN GLENNANE, of the Constabulary, Carrigans, county Donegal, to HANNAH  MARY, youngest daughter of MR HUGH LYNCH, Ballyboe, county Donegal

 

August 14 1866

August 2, at the Presbyterian Church, Monreagh, by the Rev. A. Long, MR JOHN SMYTH, to MISS ELIZABETH HANNA, both of Dunmore, Carrigans

 

March 20 1866

March 13, in Dromore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Simpson, MR SAMUEL HANNA, Mobuoy, county Derry, eldest son of JOHN HANNA, ESQ., Whitehouse, county Donegal, to JANE, second and youngest daughter of the late JOHN DEAZLEY. ESQ., Archhill House, Dromore, county Tyrone

 

May 17 1867 

May 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Glendermott, by the Rev. A. Buchanan, MR THOMAS ORR, of Carrigans, to MISS JANE THOMPSON, of Dunmore

 

January 28 1868

December 10, at the residence of the bride's father, in Bodega, Souoma County, California, by the Rev. A. Fairbairn, WILLIAM JAMES CUNNINGHAM, third son of MR ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM, postmaster, Carrigans, to MISS ALICE ACKER

 

March 31 1868

March 26, at Taughboyne Church, by the Rev. Mr. Foster, MR JOHN GIBSON, Loughnagin,

Letterkenny, to MARY, youngest daughter of MR CHARLES GIBSON, Lustikil (Listicall), Carrigans

 

June 23 1868

On the 18th June, at Carrigans Church, by the Rev. Richard Smyth, Rector of Killea, GEORGE JAMES McBETH, of Drumbuoy, Lifford, to MATILDA, eldest daughter of JOHN McILWAINE,  of Dunmore, Carrigans

 

July 23 1869  

April 15, at San Francisco, California, by the Rev. Dr. Wadsworth, MR JOHN W. BLACK, of that City, to MARGARET ANN, youngest daughter of MR ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM,  of Carrigans

 

August 24 1869

August 21, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Long Tower, Derry, by the Rev. William McLaughlin, MR LUKE LACEY, to MISS ELLEN CRAIG, of Killea, county Donegal

 

Deaths

 

January 21 1832

On the 6th inst, MRS LAW, relict of the late REV SAMUEL LAW, Rector of Killea, in the county of Donegal

 

November 17 1832

On Sunday last, MR SAMUEL HANNA, of Whitehouse, near St. Johnston, aged 61 years

 

February 16 1833

At his late residence in Altaughderry, on Monday, the 4th inst, MR WILLIAM McCRAB, aged 78 years

 

August 1 1835

At Carrigans, near this City (Londonderry), on Sunday, the 19th ult, after a short illness, JANE, wife of MR JAMES AIKEN, aged 33 years

 

January 21 1837  

On the 16th inst, at Killea Glebe, of scarletina, ELIZA, eldest of the lovely twin daughters of the REV WILLIAM LODGE, aged 8 years

 

January 4 1840

At Killea Glebe, on Sunday last, the 29th ult, aged 39 years, MARY, the beloved wife of the REV CHARLES SEYMOUR

 

April 18 1840

On Sunday evening, the 12th inst, at the residence of his grandfather, MR WALTER LUCAS, Springtown, JOHN LUCAS OSBORNE, aged 14, eldest son of MR WILLIAM OSBORNE, of Altaghderry

 

April 10 1841

On Sunday, 4th April, after a lingering illness, in the 39th year of her age, MARGARET, wife of MR WILLIAM OSBORNE, of Altaghaderry

 

February 25 1843

February 22, of inflammation of the chest, after scarletina, WILLIAM FREDERICK, third son of JOHN McILWAIN, ESQ., Dunmore, aged 6 years 7 months

 

December 9 1843 

On Monday, the 4th inst, in the 83rd year of her age, MARY, the wife of MR JOHN OSBORNE, Altaghaderry

March 8 1845

On the 5th inst, at the residence of his son, Killea Glebe, THOMAS SEYMOUR, ESQ., of Eyrecourt, aged 70 years

 

April 14 1845

On Thursday morning, the 12th inst, at the residence of her uncle MR JOHN BRYSON, Waterside, MISS CATHERINE JAMIESON, aged 20 years. Her remains will be interred in Killea graveyard on Saturday, at 3 o'clock

 

January 3 1846 

At Carrigans, on the 23rd ult, after a lingering illness, MISS ANNE WILLIAMS

 

April 10 1847

At Dunmore, on the 5th inst, ALICIA ANNE SPENCER, daughter of the late ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., in the 82nd year of her age

See The McClintocks of Dunmore House

 

May 8 1847

At Carrigans, on the 30th ult, in the 87th year of her age, MISS ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

 

September 18 1847

July 21st, at Philadelphia, United States, America, of ship fever, MR JAMES MOTHERWELL, late of Greenhill, near Carrigans, county Donegal, aged 55 years

 

September 25 1847

On Tuesday last, of typhus fever, at his residence, in Altaughaderry, county Donegal, MR WILLIAM THOMSON, formerly Ensign in the Donegal Militia, aged 56

 

January 18 1850

At Whitehouse, near Carrigans, at an advanced age, MARGARET, relict of the late MR SAMUEL HANNA

 

May 16 1851

At Altaghderry, on Saturday, the 10th inst, SUSAN OSBORNE, relict of the late MR WILLIAM McLUCAS, aged 92 years

 

August 22 1851

On the 18th inst, MISS MARTHA WILLIAMS, Carrigans, in the 78th year of her age

 

May 14 1852

At Altaghaderry, on Monday, the 10th inst, MARY, relict of the late MR HARVEY McADOO, aged 62 years

 

July 2 1852 

On the 24th ult, at Drumnashier, MRS CATHERINE CROCKETT, aged 29 years

 

March 11 1853

On the 3rd inst, in Roundstone, MR JAMES McCAULEY, hotel keeper, and pensioner of the 74th Regiment. He had a medal with six clasps. He was a native of Carrigans, county Donegal

 

April 8 1853 

On Wednesday last, at Cloughfin, near Carrigans, aged 73 years, MR JOHN TAYLOR

 

November 4 1853 

On the 14th September last, in Bronson township, Huron county, Ohio, U.S., aged 76 years, MARY, wife of MR WILLIAM MACPHERSON, formerly of Legnaduff, near Londonderry

 

January 18 1856 

On the 14th inst, at Coxtown, near Carrigans, CATHERINE, relict of the late MR JOHN COWAN, aged 80 years

 

July 31 1857

On the 15th inst, at Altaughaderry, after a protracted illness, aged 28 years, BESSY, second daughter of the late MR WILLIAM THOMPSON

 

October 23 1857

Suddenly, of disease of the heart, at Strabane, on the 20th inst, DR BAIRD, Cloughfin, Carrigans, county Donegal

 

January 23 1857 

An inquest was held on the 13th inst., by Dr. Long, coroner, at Legnaduff, near Carrigans, on the body of a woman, named JANE FINLAY, who came by her death on the day previously in a flax mill situate in that townland. On the evidence it appeared that the arm of the deceased had been caught by the gearing at the end of the rollers for breaking the flax, which was instantly torn from her body and crushed to atoms. The chest was also shockingly mutulated. Death was instantaneous. A verdict of accidental death was returned.

 

February 18 1859

February 10, WILLIAM JAMES OSBORNE, aged five years, son of MR WALTER OSBORNE, Altaghaderry

 

June 3 1859

May 26, JANE, wife of MR FREDERICK KIRKPATRICK, Tubberslane, Parish of Killea, aged 62 years 

 

August 12 1859

August 7, of consumption, at his father's residence, Carrigans, MR JOHN ELLIOTT, aged 21 years.

 

August 26 1859

On Wednesday, the 24th inst, at Dunmore, CHARLES, the ninth son of JOHN McILWAINE, ESQ., aged eleven years. His remains will be interred on Saturday morning, at nine o'clock, in Carrigans Church Yard.

 

December 9 1859  

December 6, at his residence, Dunmore, after a short illness, ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ESQ., J.P., D.L. His remains will be removed for interment in the Churchyard of Carrigans (D.V.,) on Saturday, the 10th inst, at eleven o'clock precisely.

See The McClintocks of Dunmore House

 

October 12 1860 

October 11, at Waterside, Derry, MR JOHN PORTER, late of Ballyougary. His remains will be removed from Mrs. Porter's, Bond's Hill, Waterside, for interment in Killea Burying Ground, at ten o'clock, on Saturday morning

 

March 29 1861 

On the 28th March, at his residence, Prospect, MR JAMES ROBINSON. His remains will be removed for interment in Carrigans burying ground, on Saturday morning, the 30th inst, at ten o'clock precisely

 

June 21 1861 

June 18, at his father's residence, Imlick, ROBISON CROCKETT, aged 27 years, second son of MR JOHN CROCKETT

 

July 5 1861 

June 2, REBECCA SMITH, youngest daughter of JOHN McILWAINE, ESQ., Dunmore, aged 7 years

 

May 2 1862  

April 30, at Ballougry, near this city, in the 30th year of her age, AGNES, the beloved wife of MR JOSEPH MACPHERSON. Her remains will be removed for interment to the burying-ground of Killea, on Friday, this morning, at eleven o'clock

 

March 6 1863

March 3, at Altaghaderry, JAMES STEELE, JUN., aged 4 years

 

March 14 1862

February 7, at Olena, Huron county, Ohio, MR WILLIAM McPHERSON, formerly of Legnaduff, near this City, aged 88 years

 

January 30 1863 

January 27, at his residence, Ballougry, JOSEPH  MACPHERSON, ESQ., aged 84 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Killea burial-ground, on Friday, this morning, at 11 o'clock

 

August 7 1863

August 4, MR JAMES STEELE, of Altaghaderry, aged 64. Mr. Steele, and was for 33 years a ruling elder in the Reformed Presbyterian Church

 

September 20 1864

On the 19th September, at his residence, Springtown House, WILLIAM OSBORNE, aged 70 years. His remains will be removed for interment to the burial ground, Killea, on Thursday, 22nd inst, at 10 o'clock

 

November 25 1864

November 20, at the residence of his father, Altaghaderry, the infant son of MR WALTER OSBORNE

 

May 5 1865

April 14, at the Manse, Carrigans, MARY JANE, aged 11 years, the only daughter of the REV FRANCIS McCLURE

 

May 15 1866

May 9, at Drumnashier, MR GEORGE CROCKETT, aged 19 years

 

June 12 1866

June 8, at her son's residence, Legnaduff, ELIZABETH SCOTT, aged 78 years

 

September 7 1866

August 12, at Petersburgh, Virginia, JOHN MILLER, second son of JOHN McILWAINE, ESQ., Dunmore, Carrigans

 

September 21 1866

On the 20th September, at Altaderry, ALICE MARY OSBORNE, aged four years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Burying Ground of Killea, on Saturday morning next, the 22nd inst., at nine o'clock

 

October 2 1866

October 1, at his father's residence, Dunmore, Carrigans, JAMES McILWAINE ESQ., late of the  Colonial Bank, Melbourne (Australia), aged 28 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Carrigans Burying Ground on Thursday morning, the 4th inst., at the hour of ten o'clock

 

November 10 1865

November 6, at Carrigans, THOMAS, fifth son of MR PATRICK ELLIOTT, aged 19 years

 

December 29 1865

December 28, MR JOHN RANKIN, JUN., merchant, of this City (Londonderry), aged 32 years. His remains will be removed from his residence at Carrigans, for interment at Taughboyne burying ground

 

March 5 1867

March 4, at Carrigans, MRS ELIZABETH RANKIN, aged 70 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Taughboyne Burying Ground, on Wednesday morning next, at ten o'clock

 &

March 3, at Tubberslane, near Carrigans, WILLIAM JOHN, son of MR WILLIAM FERRIS, aged 21 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the Cemetery, Derry, at twelve o'clock noon, on this day, Tuesday

 

April 26 1867

April 23, at her residence, Bridge Street, Derry, MISS MARGARET CUNNINGHAM, daughter of the late MR WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, of Carrigans

 

May 7 1867

On the 6th May, of bronchitis, ROBERT MILLS, ESQ., of Ballougary, aged 88 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the Burying Ground of Killea, on Thursday morning, the 9th inst., at ten o'clock precisely

 

August 30 1867

August 27, at Imlick, MR JOHN CROCKETT, SEN., aged 62 years

 

February 4 1868

February 1, at the Constabulary Barrack, Carrigans, ROBERT, infant son of CONSTABLE ALEXANDER FEE, aged 18 months

 

March 6 1868 

 February 29, at Dunmore, LILIAN EDITH, youngest daughter of JOHN A. SMYTH, ESQ., of Ardmore, aged 2 years

 

November 20 1868

November 19, at his residence, Carrigans, PATRICK ELLIOTT, aged 58 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Newtowncunningham Burying ground, on Sunday morning,

November 22, at ten o'clock

March 26 1869 

March 19, at her residence, Dunmore, Carrigans, NANCY SMYTH, aged 104 years

 

July 16 1869

July 11, at his father's residence, Altaghaderry, DAVID GILFILLAN, aged 13 years

 

 

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