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Birth, Marriage & Death Notices, Aghanunshin, Co Donegal, 1830 to 1869

Transcribed from the Londonderry Sentinel and the Londonderry Standard

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

March 9 1833

At Castlewray, on Sunday, the 24th ult., the lady of FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of a son

 

September 20 1834

At Castle Wray, on Thursday, the 18th inst., the lady of FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of a daughter

 

July 16 1836

On the 9th inst., the lady of FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of Castlewray, of a daughter

 

September 19 1862

September 11, at Castle Wray, county Donegal, the wife of CAPTAIN MANSFIELD, of a son

 

July 1 1864

June 28, at Castle Wray, county Donegal, the wife of CAPTAIN MANSFIELD, of a daughter

 

May 26 1865

May 22, at Castle Wray, county Donegal, the wife of CAPTAIN MANSFIELD, J.P., of a son

 

April 3 1866

March 28, at Bogay, near Letterkenny, the wife of MR. SAMUEL McCLAY, of a daughter

 

November 12 1869

Nov. 9, at Castle Wray, county Donegal, the wife of CAPTAIN MANSFIELD, of a son

 

September 15 1868

September 9, at Castle Wray, county Donegal, the wife of CAPTAIN MANSFIELD, J.P., of a son

 

Marriages

 

October 23 1830

On the 20th inst., at the Parish Church of Aughaninchin, by the Rev. George Homan, SIR JAMES STEWART, BART, of Fortstewart, to JANE, fourth daughter of the late FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ. of Castlewray, This event occasioned a great joy to the worthy Baronet's numerous tenantry, to which they gave expression in bonfires and illuminations. The town of Ramelton, in particular, was splendidly illuminated, tar barrels were to be seen disturbing the reign of night in every quarter, and an amateur band perambulated the streets till a late hour, and played a variety of airs in excellent style

 

April 14 1832

In Mark's Church, Dublin, by special license, on Friday, the 6th April, FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of Castlewray, county Donegal, to MARY, third daughter of the late SIR SAMUEL HAYES, BART., of Drumboe Castle, county Donegal

 

March 27 1841

On the 20th inst., at the Church of Aughanuncheon, by the Rev. George D. Mansfield, ROBERT M. TAGERT, ESQ., of Woodbrook, in the county Tyrone, to ANNA HELENA, fifth daughter of the late FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of Castlewray, in the county of Donegal

 

January 16 1847

On the 7th inst., at Aughanunshin Church, by the Rev. John Irwin, THOMAS S. DAVIS FUSSELL, ESQ., of Wadbury, Somersetshire, to GRACE OCTAVIA, youngest daughter of the late FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., of Castlewray, in the county of Donegal

 

March 31 1849

On Tuesday, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. JAMES CARSON, to MISS JANE MITCHELL, both of Loughnaginn, near Letterkenny

 

June 14 1850

On Tuesday 11th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. ALEXANDER BOVAIRD, to MISS ELEANOR MITCHELL, both of Loughnagin, near Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

February 3 1854

On the 31st ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. DAVID PARK, Letterkenny, to SARAH, daughter of MR. JAMES MITCHELL, of Loughnagin

 

March 10 1854

On the 2nd inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church of Letterkenny, by the Rev. Mr. Leitch, MR. DAVID RAMSAY, to BARBARA, third daughter of MR. JAMES BLACKWOOD, Magheranan, near Letterkenny

 

July 14 1854

On the 11th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Mr. Leitch, MR. WILLIAM MATSON, of Loughkeel, near Milford, to MARTHA, second daughter of MR. JAMES BLACKWOOD, Magheranan

 

March 13 1857

On the 6th inst., at Cappagh Church, county Tyrone, by the Rev. James Byrne, F.T.C.D., CAPTAIN I.K. HUMFREY, eldest son of COLONEL HUMFREY, of Cavanacor, Strabane, to BESSIE, second daughter of HENRY WILLIAM WRAY, ESQ., of Lisnamallard, Omagh, and granddaughter to the late HENRY WRAY, ESQ., of Castle Wray, county of Donegal

 

December 25 1857

On the 17th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. THOMAS ARMOUR, to MISS ELIZABETH McILHENNY, both of Loughnagin, near Letterkenny

 

February 17 1860

February 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY, Lisnaneese, to JANE McNAIR, Dooballagh

 

October 5 1860

September 27, in Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR. JAMES McINTYRE, National Teacher, Greerstown, county Derry, to FANNY, eldest daughter of MR. ALEXANDER STEWART, Loughnagin, near Letterkenny

 

March 8 1861

February 28, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. JAMES McELHINNEY, to MISS JANE McELHINNEY, both of Loughnagin, near Letterkenny

 

March 12 1867

On the 7th March, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR. JOHN SCOTT, of Lismonaghan, to JANE, daughter of MR. JOSEPH BOGLE, of Cornagill, near Letterkenny

 

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, Listikil, Carrigans

 

September 28 1869

Sept. 21, at Leiter Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R.S. Campbell, of First Ramelton, MR. JAMES MURRAY, merchant, Ramelton, to MARY, third daughter of MR. SAMUEL NOBLE, Ballymaleel

 

 

Deaths

 

April 10 1839

On the 6th inst., at Greenhill, in the county of Donegal, the REV. WILLIAM GAMBLE, Reformed Presbyterian Minister, and Pastor of the joint congregation of Milford, Ramelton and Letterkenny, in the 77th year of his age, and 54th of his ministry

 

February 3 1844

At Castlewray, county Donegal, SAMUEL WILLIAM, the infant son of R. MANSFIELD TAGERT, ESQ

 

December 26 1862

December 28, at the residence of her son, H.W. WRAY, ESQ., Longford, ELIZABETH, widow of the late CAPTAIN JOHN JAMES WRAY, 39th Regiment, and of Castle Wray, county Donegal

 

April 3 1866

March 26, at Ballymaleel, but formerly of Drumnahaw, Ballindrate, MR. JAMES HENDERSON, aged 88 years

 

December 4 1863

December 1, at Lisnanees, ANNE, the beloved wife of MR. WILLIAM McBETH, aged 56 years.

 

November 18 1864

November 14, at his residence, Lisnanees, near Letterkenny, MR. WILLIAM McBETH

 

October 31 1865

October 23, at 19 Vesey Place, Kingstown [Co. Dublin], MARGARET, eldest daughter of the late FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., Castle Wray, county Donegal

 

March 6 1866

February 28, at Vesey Place, Kingstown [Co. Dublin], RHODA, eldest surviving daughter of the late FRANCIS MANSFIELD, ESQ., Castle Wray, county Donegal

 

April 5 1867

March 25, at her father's residence, Ballymaleel, MARTHA, daughter of MR. SAMUEL NOBLE, aged 24 years

 

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