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Birth, Marriage & Death Notices, Conwal Co Donegal, 1829 to 1856

Transcribed from the Londonderry Sentinel 1829-69

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

November 17 1832

On Wednesday, the 14th inst., at Glendoen, Glebe House, near Letterkenny, the lady of the REV RICHARD BROOKE, of a son

 

December 6 1834

At Springfield, near Letterkenny, last week, the lady of DOCTOR GRUEBER, of twin daughters

 

April 16 1836

On Sunday, the 10th inst., at Oaklands, Letterkenny, the lady of FRANCIS ROBINSON WALLEN, ESQ., of a daughter

 

June 24 1837

June 13, at Letterkenny, the lady of CAPTAIN ACKLOM, half pay, (late 28th Regiment,) Sub Inspector of Constabulary, for the county Donegal, of a son

 

May 26 1838

On the 12th inst., at Rock Hill, Letterkenny, the residence of the LADY MARY STEWART, the lady of the REV CHARLES BOYTON, of a son

 

June 13 1840

June 6, at Barnhill, Letterkenny, LADY GEORGE HILL, of a daughter, stillborn

 

August 7 1841

At Letterkenny, on the 21st inst., the lady of HENRY McCAY, ESQ., LL.B, solicitor, of a son

 

October 2 1841

September 6th, at Letterkenny, the lady of LIEUTENANT ARTHUR KENNEDY, R.N., of a son

 

March 19 1842

At Gortlee, on Saturday morning, 12th inst., the LADY GEORGE HILL, of a daughter

 

May 27 1843

May 13, at Gortlee, MR THOMAS PATTERSON, of a daughter

 

August 12 1843

July 28, at Rosemount, Letterkenny, county Donegal, the lady of ROBERT LITTLE, ESQ., M.D., of a son

 

September 9 1843

At Letterkenny, August 29th, the lady of DR GRUEBER, of a daughter

 

August 17 1844

On the 11th August, at Letterkenny, the lady of HENRY McCAY, LL.B., of a son

 

August 31 1844

August 25, at Gortlee, MR THOMAS PATTERSON, of a son

 

October 26 1844 

October 13, at Rosemount, Letterkenny, county Donegal, the lady of DR LITTLE, of a son

 

July 26 1845 

On the 13th inst., at Letterkenny, county Donegal, the lady of LIEUTENANT ERNEST NIGHTINGALE, Revenue Police, of a daughter

 

September 27 1845

At Letterkenny, on the 26th inst., the wife of HENRY McCAY, LL.B., solicitor, of a son

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At Letterkenny, on the 18th inst., the lady of DR LONG, Heathill, Newtowncunningham, of a daughter

 

December 13 1845

On the 11th inst., at the Glebe, Letterkenny, the lady of the REV DR KINGSMILL, of a son

 

September 26 1846  

At Letterkenny, on the 21st inst., the lady of HENRY McCAY, ESQ., LL.B., of a son

 

September 26 1846 

On the 17th inst., the lady of LIEUTENANT SCARRY, Letterkenny, of a daughter

 

January 2 1847

On the 24th ult., MRS RAMSAY, JUN., of Lisnenan, near Letterkenny, of a son

 

April 3 1847 

At Gortlee, county Donegal, MR THOMAS PATTERSON, of a daughter

 

May 22 1847  

May 16th, at Sprackburne, Letterkenny, the lady of DOCTOR LITTLE, of a daughter

 

November 27 1847

On the 19th inst., at Letterkenny, MARGARET, wife of MR MICHAEL McCANN, Excise Officer, of a daughter

 

27-Nov-47

At Letterkenny, on the 20th inst., the lady of HENRY McCAY, ESQ., LL.B., of a son

 

May 13 1848 

The lady of JOHN CHAMBERS of Foxhall, county Donegal, of a son

 

July29 1848

July 25th, MRS JAMES McPHERSON, Letterkenny, of a daughter

 

October 21 1848

On the 17th inst., at the Rectory, Letterkenny, MRS KINGSMILL, of a son

 

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On the 18th inst., at Lisnenan, near Letterkenny, MRS ROBERT RAMSAY, JUN., of a daughter

 

***November 11 1848 

On the 2nd inst., the wife of MR JAMES WILSON, Drimnahoagh, Letterkenny, of a son

 

December 16 1848

On the 8th December, at Sprackburn, Letterkenny, the lady of DR LITTLE, of a son

 

May 5 1849

On Tuesday, the 1st inst., MRS WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, of twin sons

 

October 19 1849 

At Letterkenny, county Donegal, on Friday, the 12th inst., MRS JOHN HALL, of a daughter

 

February 1 1850 

January, 25th, at Sprackburn, Letterkenny, the lady of DR LITTLE, of a daughter

 

September 6 1850

On Wednesday, the 4th inst., MRS R. RAMSEY, JUN., of Lisnenan, of a son

 

June 6 1851

On Tuesday, the 3rd inst., the wife of MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, of a daughter

 

March 21 1851  

On the 18th inst., at Letterkenny, the wife of MR JOHN SINCLAIR KENNEDY, of a son

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 On the 16th inst., MRS JAMES MACPHERSON, Thorn Cottage, Letterkenny, of a son

 

September 3 1852 

At Letterkenny, on the 19th ult., the lady of R.A. McMUNN, ESQ., of Hollymount, of a daughter

 

October 1 1852

At Letterkenny, on Sunday, the 5th ult., the wife of MR JAMES W. BLACKWOOD, of a daughter

 

November 5 1852

At Barkhall, Letterkenny, on Tuesday the 2nd inst., the lady of the Rev. Oliver Leitch, of a daughter

 

April 1 1853

On Thursday, the 24th ult., MRS WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, of a son

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On Friday, the 25th ult., at Glendooen Glebe, Letterkenny, the lady of the REV DR KINGSMILL, of a daughter

 

August 19 1853  

On the 8th inst., at Letterkenny, MRS ALEXANDER BOGLE, of a son

 

September 2 1853

August 30th, at Barnhill, Letterkenny, the wife of the REV W.J. IRWIN, of a daughter

 

March 17 1854

On Monday evening, the 13th inst., MRS WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, of a daughter

 

September 1 1854  

On the 26th ult., at Glendoon, near Letterkenny, the wife of the REV DR KINGSMILL, of a son

 

July 10 1855

At Letterkenny, on Saturday morning, the 7th inst., the wife of MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, of a daughter

 

July 24 1855

July 19, at Letterkenny, the wife of JOHN FLEMING, ESQ., R.M., of a son

 

December 11 1857 

At Letterkenny, on Monday morning, the 7th inst., the wife of WILLIAM ELLIOTT, merchant, of a son

 

March 12 1858  

At Drum, near Letterkenny, on the 15th ult., the wife of MR ALEXANDER TINNEY, merchant, of a son

 

March 23 1860 

March 4, at Letterkenny, MRS ROBERT HENDERSON, of a son

 

February 7 1862

January 30, at Killeydesart, Letterkenny, the wife of MR JAMES SCOTT, of a son

 

July 4 1862  

June 28, at Letterkenny, the wife of HENLEY THORPE, ESQ., M.D., of a daughter

 

June 2 1863 

May 17, at Breaghy, the residence of her father, the lady of ROBERT A. COLHOUN, ESQ., Brockstown, of a daughter

 

February 12 1864 

February 8, at Spracharne House, Letterkenny, the wife of HENLEY THORPE, ESQ., M.D., of a daughter

 

November 22 1864  

November 15, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR WILLIAM WILSON, Bridewell Keeper, of twin daughters

 

February 28 1865  

On the 20th February, at Letterkenny, the wife of J.B. McGROTTY, ESQ., late cashier of the Letterkenny Railway, of a son

 

September 8 1865 

September 2, at Sprackburn House, Letterkenny, the wife of HENLEY THORPE, ESQ., M.D., of a son

 

January 26 1866  

January 21, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR JOHN McGIRR, of a son

 

April 3 1866 

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

 

May 22 1866

May 16, at Myragh Rectory, Letterkenny, the wife of the REV WILLIAM ANDERSON, of a daughter

 

June 5 1866  

June 3, at Letterkenny, the wife of JAMES A. EAMES, ESQ., M.D., of a son

 

December 4 1866 

November 24, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR SAMUEL GORMLEY, of a son

 

January 8 1867

January 2, at Port Ballyraine, the wife of MR JOHN McCONNELL, clerk and storekeeper Letterkenny Asylum, of a daughter

 

March 26 1867  

March 20, at Gartan Mills, Letterkenny, the wife of MR JAMES WILKIE, of a son

 

April 12 1867

April 2, at the residence of her father, Alexandra Place, Derry, the wife of ACTING CONSTABLE ISAAC BOND, of the Letterkenny Constabulary, of a daughter

 

April 26 1867  

April 20, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR JOHN NEWMAN, watchmaker, of a son

 

May 28 1867

May 17, at Letterkenny, the wife of SERGEANT W.H. FULTON, Prince of Wales' Donegal Artillery, of a son

 

June 21 1867

June 9, the wife of MR ROBERT HENDERSON, woollendraper, Letterkenny, of twin sons

 

August 9 1867  

August 4, at the Asylum, Letterkenny, the wife of JAMES ALEXANDER EAMES, ESQ., M.D., of a son

 

October 28 1867 

October 26, at Myragh Rectory, Letterkenny, the wife of the REV WILLIAM ANDERSON, of a son

 

January 3 1868 

December 22, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR ALEXANDER BIRNEY, merchant, of a daughter

 

June 26 1868  

June 21, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR JAMES HEGARTY, of a son

 

December 8 1868  

November 27, at Port Cottage, Letterkenny, the wife of MR WILLIAM SWAN, Instructor of gunnery, P.W. Donegal Artillery Staff, of a son

 

April 16 1869 

April 12, at Bark Hall, Letterkenny, the wife of ALEXANDER BERNEY, ESQ., of a son

 

July 20 1869 

July 5, at Letterkenny, the wife of SERGEANT W.H. FULTON, Donegal Militia, Artillery Staff, of a son

 

Marriages

 

June 26 1830 

At Letterkenny, on Thursday, the 17th inst., by the Right Rev. Dr. McGettigan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Raphoe, MR CHARLES BRYSON, merchant, Glasgow, to Josephine, eldest daughter of JOSEPH MANTICHA, ESQ., merchant, Glasgow

 

August 28 1830  

At her father's house, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. Edward Reid, of Ramelton, MARTHA, the eldest daughter of MR JOHN DOBSON, merchant, Letterkenny, to MR ROBERT HAMILTON, of Aughnish

 

August 20 1831  

In Letterkenny Church, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Edward Stopford, Archdeacon of Armagh, the REV RICHARD BROOKE, third son of the late DOCTOR BROOKE, of Dublin, to ANNA, only daughter of the REV JOSEPH STOPFORD, D.D., Rector of Conwall, county Donegal

 

January 14 1832

In Bath, on the 3rd inst., HENRY MAUNSELL, ESQ., M.D., to MARY, second daughter of the late CHARLES COLHOUN, ESQ., of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

August 4 1832  

On the 30th ult., by the Rev. Joseph Lytle, MR PETER LYLE, merchant, to MISS CATHERINE WILSON, both of Letterkenny

 

June 8 1833 

In Kilmacrenan Church, on Friday the 31st ult., by the Rev. Anthony Hastings, GILBERT SUTCLIFFE, ESQ., Ballymullin, Queen's county, to MISS KENNEDY, of Letterkenny, co. Donegal

 

August 10 1833   

On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Joseph Lytle, MR WILLIAM McCLEERY, of Magherahind (Magheraan?), near Raphoe, to MISS MARTHA, youngest daughter of the late MR JAMES SCOTT, of Edenaharin, near Letterkenny

 

September 28 1833 

On the 12th inst., by the Rev. Joseph Lytle, of Letterkenny, MR ALEXANDER STARRITT, of Portlean, to MISS WILSON, daughter of MR GIDEON WILSON, of the same Place

 

November 9 1833

At Weston Super Mare, CHARLES COLHOUN, ESQ., of Letterkenny, county Donegal, to ELLEN,  daughter of GEORGE ALCORN, ESQ., of Bath

 

June 28 1834

On Tuesday, the 24th inst., in Manorcunningham Church, by the Rev. James Annesley Beers, JOHN BEERS, ESQ., of Leslie Hill, county Donegal, son of the late WILLIAM BEERS, ESQ., of Ballyward, county Down, to CATHERINE ANNA COLHOUN, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM COLHOUN, ESQ., of Green Cottages, and niece to the late COMMODORE CONYNGHAM, U.S.N., formerly of Letterkenny

 

February 28 1835

On Tuesday last, at the house of MR THOMAS CLARKE, of Portlough, by the Rev. Samuel Craig, MR JAMES PORTER, of Ballyoughery, egg and butter dealer, to MISS ANNE JANE ROLLESTON,  daughter of the late MR ROLLESTON, of Castlegay, near Letterkenny

 

May 9 1835  

On the 6th inst., at Convoy Church, by the Rev. John Beatty, the REV CHARLES BOYTON, Rector of Letterkenny, and late F.T.C.D., to MARY ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of ROBERT MONTGOMERY, ESQ., of Convoy House, county Donegal

 

September 5 1835 

On the 31st ult., at Grove, by the Rev. John Wray, GEORGE LOWREY, ESQ., Fairy Glass [Feddyglass], near Raphoe, to SARAH IRWIN, daughter of the REV GEORGE LYTTLE, Presbyterian Minister, Letterkenny

 

October 24 1835

On the 22nd inst., in Ramelton Church, by the Rev, Charles Rawlins, JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., M.D., to MARGARET, only daughter of the late JAMES McILWAINE, ESQ., and niece to JOHN HAZLETT, ESQ., of Carnisk

 

February 20 1836 

At Letterkenny, by the Rev. Joseph Lytle, MR ARCHIBALD HOOMES, of Glasgow, to ANNE, youngest daughter of the late MARTIN LAIRD, ESQ

 

July 2 1836  

In the Parish Church of Conwall, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. Charles Royton, MAXWELL KITTYLE, ESQ., to MARY, eldest daughter of the late JOSEPH MALSEED, EDQ., of Letterkenny

 

October 8 1836  

On the 30th ult., MR JOHN MURRAY, woollendraper, Letterkenny, to MARY ANN, eldest daughter of MR EDWARD MURRAY, Newtownlimavady

 

October 15 1836  

On the 6th inst., at Grove House, by the Rev. William Scott, of Newtowncunningham, MR JOHN CAMPBELL, of Drumabodin, near Kilmacrenan, to MARTHA, eldest daughter of the REV JOSEPH LYTLE, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny

 

December 10 1836 

On the 6th inst., by the Rev. William Scott, MR WILLIAM FISHER, wine and spirit merchant, Letterkenny, to JANE, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM RAMSAY, of the same Town

 

September 23 1837 

On Monday 18th inst., at Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Irvine, jun., JAMES RANKIN, ESQ., surgeon, R.N., Dungloe, to MARTHA, only daughter of DR WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, Letterkenny

 

November 4 1837  

On Tuesday, the 17th ult., by the Rev. John Allen, Minister of the Presbyterian Church Kilmacrenan, MR GEORGE ALLEN, of Court, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of JOHN BOVAIRD, ESQ., of Ballybolother, near Temple Douglas, county Donegal

 

April 28 1838

On the 23rd inst., at Letterkenny, by the Rev. William Lytle, JOSEPH KENNEDY, ESQ., Excise Officer, son of the REV C. KENNEDY, Maghera, county Derry, to FANNY, daughter of the late WILLIAM WILSON, ESQ., Letterkenny, county of Donegal

 

May 26 1838  

At Manorcunningham, on Tuesday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rentoul, MR SAMUEL BUCHANAN, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of MR JOHN McTEAGUE, near Letterkenny

 

June 2 1838 

On Tuesday last, by the Rev. James Radcliffe, MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, of Letterkenny, merchant, to MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of MR JAMES McCULLY, Diamond

 

February 16 1839  

At Moneylaggan, on Thursday the 24th ult., by the Rev. John Allen, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Kilmacrennan, MR FRANCIS TORRENS, of Doin (Doon?), near Letterkenny, to MISS SARAH, daughter of MR RICHARD GREGG, of Moneylaggan

 

April 6 1839  

On the 3rd inst., at Derrygortreavy Church, by the Rev. William Thompson, JAMES PATTERSON, ESQ., of Bark Hall, Letterkenny, county Donegal, to MISS DONALDSON, of Dungannon (Co Tyrone)

 

May 4 1839  

On Thursday the 25th ult., by the Rev. William Gamble, MR JOSEPH CRESWELL, of Carrowreagh, to MATILDA, youngest daughter of MR JAMES STEVENSON, Dromore, near Letterkenny

 

October 26 1839 

On the 17th ult., by the Rev. Sampson Jack, Trenta, MR JAMES McNUTT, Loughill, Ramelton, to MARY, second daughter of the late MR JOHN BOVAIRD, Ballybolother

 

 

November 2 1839 

On Tuesday week, by the Rev. Mr. Lytle, Letterkenny, MR EZEKIEL STIRLING, painter, of this City (Londonderry), to ELIZA, third daughter of the late MR S. HALL, Inspector of weights and measures for the county of Donegal

 

March 28 1840

At Castlegay, on Thursday, the 19th inst., by the Rev. Joseph Lytle, Presbyterian Minister of Letterkenny, MATTHEW COLHOUN, ESQ., of Rathdonnel House, to MISS FANNY ROULSTON, daughter of the late ROBERT ROULSTON, ESQ., of Castlegay, near Kilmacrenan, county Donegal

 

April 11 1840 

By the Rev. James Nevin, of St. Andrew's Church, Dublin, on the 7th inst., FRANCIS SMITH HAMILTON, ESQ., Captain in the Royal Marines, to MARGARET, second daughter of the late MR HUGH FOY, of Letterkenny

 

October 31 1840  

On the 15th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rentoul, Manorcunningham, county, Donegal, MR GEORGE LEITCH, Letterkenny, to RACHEL, youngest daughter of the late MR JOHN CUNNINGHAM, of Dunduff Fort

 

January 2 1841   

On the 26th ult., by the Rev. J. Steele, Scots Church, Stranorlar, LIEUT ARTHUR KENNEDY, R.N., son of the REV C. KENNEDY, , Maghera (Co Londonderry), to CATHERINE, only surviving daughter of the late ANDREW JENKINS, ESQ., of Ballybofey. The bride was given away by her uncle and guardian, M. WILSON, ESQ., of Letterkenny

 

March 6 1841 

On Thursday last, in the Parish Church of Tullyaughnish, by the Rev. Hugh Norman, JOHN SPROULE, ESQ., of Carnisk, Ramelton, to MARTHA, youngest daughter of the late NATHANIEL SCOTT, ESQ., of the Lodge, Ramelton, county Donegal

 

April 17 1841  

On the 16th ult., at the house of MR GEORGE RODGERS, of Killyverry, by the Rev. William Scott, MR JOSEPH HUSTON, of Killyverry, to JANE, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, of Drummany, near Letterkenny

 

May 8 1841   

At Omagh, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Mr. McBride, C.C., HENRY McCORMICK, ESQ., of Letterkenny, solicitor, to ELIZA, daughter of the late HUGH MOSS, ESQ., of Omagh (Co Tyrone)

 

July 31 1841 

July 22nd, at Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Henry Kingsmill, ex T.C.D., ROBERT LITTLE, ESQ., M.D., of Letterkenny, to HENRIETTA, youngest daughter of the late CHARLES COLHOUN, ESQ., of same Place

 

April 14 1841 

July 26th, in Painstown Church, by the Rev. George Brabazon, Rector, MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, merchant, to MARGARET ANNE, youngest daughter of the late THOMAS CODD, ESQ., Painstown House, county Meath

 

September 4 1841   

On Tuesday, the 24th ult., at St. Thomas's Church, Appleton, Cheshire, by his brother, the Rev. J. Kingsmill, Incumbent, the REV HENRY KINGSMILL, D.D., Rector of Conwall, county Donegal, to ELLEN EMILY, daughter of A. BURT, ESQ., Brussels

 

October 23 1841 

On the 4th inst., in Mullarany Church, by the Rev. R. St. George, JOHN GARDINER, ESQ., Court Hill, county Mayo, to ANNE BLAKE, daughter of ROBERT WYLIE, ESQ., surgeon R.N., of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

November 13 Nov 1841

On the 28th ult., by the Rev. M. Houston, MR JOHN BAIRD, Ballyraine, to SARAH, eldest daughter of MR ALAN WYLIE, near Letterkenny

 

January 22 1842

On the 6th ult., by the Rev. M. Houston, MR HENRY PARK, Killydysart, to SARAH, daughter of the late MR CHARLES GAILEY, Glencar, near Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

March 5 1842  

On the 24th ult., by the Rev. William McCrea, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Ballindrate, MR WILLIAM BOVAIRD, of Barnhill, near Letterkenny, to JANE, youngest daughter of the late MR JAMES KEARNEY, Cam (Camus?), Lifford

 

March 5 1842  

On the 24th ult., by the Rev. W. McClure, MR THOMAS ROULSTONE, of Castlegay, Letterkenny, to ELIZA JANE, youngest daughter of MR SAMUEL PORTER, Balloughry, Derry

 

March 12 1842 

On Tuesday, the 22nd ult., by the Rev. Samuel B. Stevenson, Reformed Presbyterian Minister of Milford and Bridgend, at the house of the lady's father, ROBERT PATTERSON, ESQ., Merchant, Letterkenny, to JANE, daughter of ALEXANDER BLACK, ESQ., of Ballgreen

 

May 21 1842  

On Tuesday evening, the 17th inst., by the Rev. Moses Houston, Presbyterian Minister, at the house of the lady, MARTHA, widow of the late MR WILLIAM STUART, of Letterkenny, to MR THOMAS ARMSTRONG, assistant surveyor of the barony of Kilmacrenan

 

January 28 1843

On the 19th inst., by the Rev. David Reid, Presbyterian Minister, Dunfanaghy, MR JOSEPH HARRIS, son of MR JAMES HARRIS, Glencar, to MISS McNUTT, daughter of MR JOHN McNUTT, Rossgull, near Crieslough, in the county of Donegal

 

February 25 1843

On Thursday, the 16th inst., by the Rev. James Reid, Ramelton, MR CHARLES BLACKWOOD LEITCH, of Crieve, to MARY, second daughter of MR NATHAN HUNTER, of Breaghy

 

March 11 1843  

On the 28th ult., by the Rev. John Stott, of Convoy, MR ALEXANDER STOREY, of Carnamuggah, near Letterkenny, to LETITIA, youngest daughter of the late ANDREW KING, ESQ., surgeon, of Ballibofey

 

March 18 1843  

On the 7th inst., by the Rev. O. Leitch, of Letterkenny, MR R. JEKYLL, Figart House, to CATHERINE, eldest daughter of MR JOHN RAMSAY, Ballyrain

 

June 10 1843

May 30, at Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Olphert, JOHN MACARTNEY, ESQ., barrister at law, to MARGARET, third daughter of the late CHARLES COLHOUN, ESQ., Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

October 14 1843

On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM McCAY, of Tullygay, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR JOHN McAULEY, Ardahee

 

December 16 1843

On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR SAMUEL McCLELLAND, of Letterkenny, to MISS SUSANNA GAILEY, daughter of MR ANDREW GAILEY, Killylastin

 

February 10 1844 

On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Leitch, Letterkenny, MR ROBERT GRAHAM, of Meercavanagh, to JANE, eldest daughter of MRS GREGG, Moneylaggan

 

August 31 1844   

On Tuesday the 19th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Crocket, of Castlederg, MR JOHN McAULEY, JUN., of Letterkenny, painter, to CATHERINE, fourth daughter of the late MR SAMUEL HALL, of Letterkenny, Inspector of Weights and Measures, county Donegal

 

November 30 1844

On the 21 inst., by the Rev. Mr. Leitch, Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM ALGEO, of Bunlin, to JANE, second daughter of MR ROBERT GREGG, of Gortalabbin

 

April 5 1845

On the 31st ult., Mr. Robert Russell, of Maghareagh, Claudy, to MARGARET, only daughter of the late MR SAMUEL CLARK, of Letterkenny

 

January 3 1845  

On Wednesday, the 24th ult., in Letterkenny, Church, by the Rev. Richard Smith, MR GEORGE MITCHELL, merchant, Letterkenny, to SARAH JANE, fourth daughter of the late MR JOHN BOVAIRD, of Ballybotottun (Ballybolother)

 

November 15 1845  

On the 13th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. James Reid, MR JAMES MIDDLETON, merchant, Manorcunningham, to SARAH JANE, third daughter of the late MR NATHAN HUNTER, Breaghy, near Ramelton

 

June 13 1846

On the 17th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Fahan, by the Rev. John Mackey, JAMES MACPHERSON, ESQ., Letterkenny, late of Rhodes, Upper Egypt, to ANNE, daughter of MR JOSEPH MACPHERSON, Ballougry, near this City (Londonderry)

 

August 22 1846

On the 18th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Henry, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Gortlee, ROBERT A. McMUNN, ESQ., M.D., 40th Regiment, to ANNA, daughter of the REV W. HENRY, D.D., Letterkenny

 

October 31 1846 

On the 27th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the bride's brother, MR JOHN LYTLE, Grove, eldest son of the REV JOSEPH LYTLE, of Letterkenny, to MARTHA, only daughter of the late MR OLIVER LEITCH, , of Crieve Glebe

 

December 5 1846 

On the 26th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Leitch, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, MR ALEXANDER TAYLOR, Aughnish, to MARGARET ANN, eldest daughter of MR JAMES BLACKWOOD, of Maghrenan

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At Letterkenny, on Friday, the 27th ult., by the Right Rev. Dr. McGettigan, MR M. McCANN, Officer of Excise, to MISS MARGARET CURRAN

 

January 9 1847  

On the 5th inst., at Dungannon [Co Tyrone], by the Rev. Dr. Montague, MR JOHN DOHERTY, of Portballyraine, Letterkenny, county Donegal, to CATHERINE, only daughter of the late MR PATRICK FEENEY, Commercial Hotel, Dungannon

 

July 3 1847  

On Thursday last, the 1st inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Manorcunningham, by the Rev. Mr. Leech, Letterkenny, MR SAMUEL ROULSTONE, of Castlegay, Letterkenny, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR JOHN WILSON, of Portlough

 

August 21 1847  

On Monday, the 14th inst., at Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Richard Smith, MR ANDREW McNEELY, merchant, Dunkaneely, to JANE, youngest daughter of MR BENJAMIN MADDOCK, Limerick

 

October 9 1847 

On the 27th ult., in the Covenanting Church, Gortlee, by the Rev. Dr. Henry, WILLIAM BATES, ESQ., merchant, Strabane, (Co Tyrone), to MISS JANE BUCHANAN, second daughter of MR ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, Drumquin, (Co Tyrone)

 

January 8 1848  

On the 28th ult., in Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR JAMES WILSON, Drimnahogh, to MISS LUCINDA LAIRD, eldest daughter of MR JOHN LAIRD, Carrygawley

 

February 5 1848 

On the 25th ult., by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, MR JOHN TEASE, Carrick, to PRUDENCE, eldest daughter of MR JAMES WHITE, Calhame

 

March 18 1848  

On the 2nd inst., at the Presbyterian Church of Dunfanaghy, by licence, by the Rev. David Reid, M.A., MR JAMES WASON, son of MR JAMES WASON, of Dromore, near Letterkenny, to MISS ELIZA ALGEO, youngest daughter of the late MR ALEXANDER ALGEO, of Roshin, near Dunfanaghy, county Donegal

 

October 7 1848

On Thursday, the 28th ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. Matthew Wilson, MR ANDREW GAILY Mr. of Killylastin, Letterkenny, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of the late MR GEORGE GREGG, of Moneylaggin

 

December 23 1848

December 19th, at the Marriage Registrar Office, Stranorlar, by Henry A. Wallen, Esq., F.R.C.S.I., MR JOHN RANKIN, of Tarnkeel, to MISS CATHARINE HEGARTY, of Tullyhonoer

 

January 13 1849

On the 28th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR SAMUEL WALTERS, of Milford, to MISS MALCOLM, of Trawbane, near Letterkenny

 

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

 

May 12 1849

On the 26th ult., at Letterkenny, by the Rev. Richard Smith, MARGARET, second daughter of the late MR WILLIAM HUNTER, of Conwall, to MR THOMAS HERON, of Letterkenny

 

June 16 1849

On the 7th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. J. Kinnear, MR ALEXANDER STEWART, Carnamuggah, to MISS COLHOUN, daughter of MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, of Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny

 

June 30 1849

On Tuesday week, in Kilmacrennan Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Mr. Kinnear, MR JOSEPH HUNTER, to MISS GAILEY, both of Letterkenny

 

October 5 1849

At Pittsburgh, State of Pennsylvania, MR ROBERT THOMPSON McKELVEY, formerly of Ards, to MISS ANNE HOPKINS, of Letterkenny, in the county Donegal

 

November 23 1849 

In Scots' Church, Ramelton, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Matthew Wilson, CAPTAIN EDWARD SIMS, Dunfanaghy, now at Londonderry, to MISS MARGARET HENDERSON, daughter of the late Mr. Henderson, Letterkenny

 

December 14 1849

On the 6th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT STOREY, to MISS MARY McCLAY,  both of Hilston, near Letterkenny

 

January 25 1850 

On the 22nd January, at Ardcarne Church, county Roscommon, by the Rev. George Griffiths, WILLIAM WRAY, ESQ., J.P., Oak Park, Letterkenny, county Donegal, to ANNA, eldest daughter of the late CAPTAIN ROBERT JOHNSTON, formerly of the 67th Regiment, Brookhill, county Leitrim, D.L., and J.P

 

March 22 1850  

On the 11th inst., in the Presbyterian Church at Ballindrate, by the Rev. William McCrea, MR ALEXANDER STEWART, of Ballymacool, Letterkenny, to MISS MATILDA ROBINSON, daughter of MR THOMAS ROBINSON, Murlog, Lifford

 

May 10 1850

On the 9th inst., in the Rev. Dr. Gamble's Church in Ramelton, by the Rev. James Kinnear, Lower Clenanees, Dungannon, the REV JOHN KINNEAR, Letterkenny, to MARGARET FANNY, daughter of the late ANDREW ALEXANDER, ESQ., Kinnycarry, county Donegal

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On the 2nd inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. John Arnold, JOHN KENNEDY SINCLAIR, ESQ., Letterkenny, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of the late MR WILLIAM ORR, of Omagh

 

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

 

June 21 1850 

On the 18th inst., in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Dr. Henry, JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., merchant, Omagh, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of the REV WILLIAM HENRY, D.D. of Letterkenny

 

July 12 1850 

On the 26th June, at St. Peter's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. J.G. Headlam, M.A., WILLIAM HAYDON, ESQ., third son of LIEUTENANT R.L. HAYDON, H.M.S., Letterkenny, Ireland, to MARY, eldest daughter of BERNARD O’NEILL, ESQ., merchant, Liverpool

 

August 30 1850 

On Tuesday the 27th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR SAMUEL C. FLEMING, of Letterkenny, to ISABELLA, eldest daughter of MR J. KELSO, of Tullygay

 

January17 1851

On the 13th inst., in Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Richard Smith, JAMES WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, ESQ., merchant, to CATHERINE, daughter of the late ANDREW GREER, ESQ., High Glen, and niece of the late SAMUEL MORRISON, ESQ., Surgeon of the Royal Navy

 

March 7 1851 

March 4, at Burt Church, by the Rev. Conolly Cheevers, GEORGE L. HUNTER, ESQ., of Glencar, Letterkenny, to MARIA, daughter of WILLIAM LEATHEM, ESQ., Burt, county Donegal

 

March 28 1851 

On the 25th ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, county Donegal, by the Rev. Andrew Spratt, JOHN FLETCHER, ESQ., Silver Hill, to MARGARET, second daughter of ANDREW GORSON, ESQ., Listillion

 

May 16 1851

 On the 15th inst., in Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Richard Smith, MR JOHN McAULEY, auctioneer, to MISS SARAH McAULEY, daughter of MR JOHN McAULEY, Ballyconnelly

 

May 23 1851

 On the 15th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT BOVAIRD, to MISS ISABELLA BOVAIRD, both of Loghnagin, near Letterkenny

 

June 13 1851 

At Letterkenny Church, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Richard Smith, RICHARD ST JOHN GRUEBER, ESQ., of Belfast, to HESSY HENRIETTA, daughter of the late HENRY HOOD, ESQ., of the city of Philadelphia, United States

 

February 13 1852 

On the 29th ult., on the First Presbyterian Church, Garvagh, by the Rev. James Millar, JAMES STEWART, ESQ., to ALICIA, second daughter of the REV JOSEPH LYTLE, Letterkenny

 

December 17 1852  

On the 9th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. James Reed, MR JOHN THOMPSON, of Ards, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of the late ROBERT DAVISON, of Cairn

 

December 24 1852

On the 4th inst., at the Catholic Church, Hackney, London, by the Rev. J. Leucona, M.A., EDWARD MURRAY, ESQ., solicitor, Letterkenny, to MARY LOUISA, eldest daughter of JOHN WARD ESQ., chemist, Lannan Vale House, Ramelton, county Donegal

 

January 7 1852

On the 4th inst., at Letterkenny, by the Rev. A. Spratt, ALEXANDER LECKEY, ESQ., of Bradford Yorkshire, to ELIZA ANNE, eldest daughter of ROBERT McMULLAN, ESQ., of Letterkenny

 

July 29 1853 

At the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownlimavady, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. John Martin, brother of the bride, MARGARET, eldest daughter of the late MR THOMAS MARTIN, of Bovally, to MR JOSEPH LYTLE, Garvagh, son of the late REV JAMES LYTTLE, of Letterkenny

 

December 23 1853  

In the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. A. Spratt, MR WILLIAM BUCHANAN, tailor, to MISS ELIZA ANN McAULEY, both of the town of Letterkenny

 

December 23 1853  

In the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. A. Spratt, MR WILLIAM BUCHANAN, tailor, to MISS ELIZA ANN McAULEY both of the town of Letterkenny

 

February 3 1854 

On the 31st ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM LAIRD, Bogstown, near Londonderry, to ANN, daughter of MR JOHN LAIRD, of Carrygawley, near Letterkenny

 

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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

 

February 17 1854 

On Tuesday, the 7th inst., by the Right Rev. Dr. McGettigan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Raphoe, MR EDWARD LYNCH, of Londonderry, to MISS SUSAN MURRAY, only daughter of MR HENRY MURRAY, of Letterkenny

 

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

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On the 2nd inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT GREGG, of Moneylagan, to MISS ISABELLA GIBSON, of Killydysart

 

March 31 1854 

In the Second Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, on the 23rd inst., by the Rev. Dr. Gamble, MR JAMES ARMOUR, of Ards, to CATHERINE, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM NELSON, of Ards

 

April 14 1854  

On the 11th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR AARON BLACK, of Aughnish, near Ramelton, to MISS ELIZABETH, daughter of MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, of Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny

 

May 5 1854

On the 2nd inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church of Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR HUGH STEVENSON, of the Glebe, to MISS MARGARET ANN RAMSAY, of Maghernan

 

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

 

July 28 1854

On the 12th inst., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Dr. Spratt, THOMAS M. QUINN, ESQ., Innishannon, county Cork, to ELIZA MARY, youngest daughter of MR HUGH McCLELLAND, Letterkenny

 

August 18 1854

On the 15th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR ALEXANDER BOVAIRD, of Drumhill, to MARTHA, third daughter of the late MR WILLIAM RAMSAY, of Maghernan

 

November 9 1855

At Letterkenny, on the 6th Inst., by the Right Rev. Dr. McGettigan, Roman Catholic Bishop, MARY, second daughter of JOSEPH GALLAGHER, ESQ., Letterkenny, to JAMES PATTERSON, ESQ., Manchester

 

November 16 1855

In the Roman Catholic Church, Letterkenny, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Daniel McGettigan, P.P., Ballyshannon, ANTHONY McLOONE, ESQ., Donegal, to BESSIE, second daughter of the late EDWARD MURRAY, ESQ., solicitor, Letterkenny

 

November 23 1855

On the 15th inst., at Letterkenny, by the Rev. R. Smith, Curate, MR S. CHAPMAN, Belfast, to MARY ANN, only daughter of MR JOSEPH HAYES, Letterkenny

 

January 11 1856 

November 26th, at Brooklyn, by the Rev. Dr. Pise, DR EDWARD HUDSON, U.S.N., to JULIA MARGARET, daughter of CHARLES PURSER, purser, United States Navy, brother to the late EDWARD MURRAY. ESQ., solicitor, Letterkenny, and formerly of this City

 

February 8 1856

On the 31st ult., in the Presbyterian Church of Raphoe, by the Rev. J. Thomson, assisted by the Rev. J. Wray, of Convoy, MR JOHN SHIELS LYTLE, merchant, of Maghera, county Derry, to ELIZABETH MARSHALL, only daughter of GEORGE LOWRY, ESQ., of Pheddyglass, and granddaughter of the late REV JOSEPH LYTTLE, Presbyterian Minister of Letterkenny

 

June 20 1856

On the 12th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Dunfanaghy, by the Rev. Joseph Gallagher, MR THOMAS HASTINGS, Creeslough, to FANNY, daughter of MR JOHN RAMSAY, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

July 18 1856

July 8, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Robert Ellis, HENLEY THORPE, ESQ., M.D., Letterkenny, to MARGARET, second daughter of the late CAPTAIN ROBERT JOHNSTON, 67th Regiment, Brookhill, county Leitrim, D.L., J.P.

 

August 29 1856

On the 21st inst., on the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM ANDERSON, Churchhill, to MISS MARTHA GREGG, Moneylagan

 

September 19 1856

On the 16th inst., at Letterkenny, by the Right Rev. Patrick McGettigan, D.D., Roman Catholic Bishop of Raphoe, assisted by the Rev. John McMenamin, JAMES GILLIE, ESQ., Inspector of National Schools, to TERESA ELIZA, youngest daughter of MR JOSEPH GALLAGHER

 

October 31 1856

On the 22nd inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM McCRACKEN, to MISS MARTHA STARRIT, of Gortnalabin, near Letterkenny

 

January 2 1857

On the 23rd ult., in the Ray Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Rentoul, MR ANTHONY WILKINSON, Creeslough, near Dunfanaghy, to MISS ISABELLA BROWNE, eldest daughter of the late MR JAMES BROWNE, Bonagee, near Letterkenny

 

January 16 1857

On the 8th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOHN CASSIDY, of Glencar, to MARY, youngest daughter of MR HUGH KERR, of Killaughlig, near Letterkenny

 

January 30 1857  

On the 27th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR SAMUEL STEVENSON, of Fernhill, near Milford, to MISS JANE SCOTT, daughter of the late MR JOHN SCOTT, of Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny

 

February 20 1857

On Thursday, the 22nd ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev Andrew Spratt, D.D., MR ANDREW TINNY, of Dromore, to ISABELLA, daughter of MR JOHN STEWART, of Drum, both in the neighbourhood of Letterkenny

 

April 10 1857  

On the 7th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR HENRY HUNTER, Dreemnaught, to MATILDA, youngest daughter of MR JOHN LAIRD, Carrygauley, near Letterkenny

 

May 1 1857

On the 21st ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR SAMUEL WATTERS, of Moyle, near Milford, to ELIZA, only daughter of MR ROBERT BOVAIRD, of Loughmaginn, near Letterkenny

 

May 22 1857  

On the 19th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR SAMUEL STEWART, to REBECCA, second daughter of MR JOHN GIBSON, Carnamuggagh

 

August 28 1857 

On the 25th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR ANDREW GAILEY, merchant, Castlederg (Co Tyrone), to MARGARET, youngest daughter of MR JOHN RAMSAY, Ballyraine

 

October 2 1857

On the 24th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. James Reid, MR CHARLES BOVAIRD, of Ballybolother, to MARY ANN, daughter of the late MR JAMES McNUTT, of Ballyconly

 

October 16 1857

On the 8th inst., at St. George's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. John Alcock, uncle to the bride, the REV RICHARD SMITH, of Letterkenny, to MARY, daughter of the late HENRY GORE, ESQ., J.P., of Blesinton, county Wicklow

 

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

 

January 1 1858  

On the 24th ult., in the First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT PATTERSON, of Drumlackagh, near Dunfanaghy, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM TORRENS, of Glencar

 

January 22 1858 

At Letterkenny, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. A. Spratt, D.D., MR WILLIAM REILLY, merchant, Henry Street, Dublin, to JANE, third daughter of MR ROBERT McMULLEN, merchant, Letterkenny

 

February 5 1858 

On the 21st ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT RANKIN, of Drumnahough, to MARTHA, eldest daughter of MR JAMES ELDER, of Glencar, near Letterkenny

 

March 5 1858 

On the 25th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES McCONNELL, of Ramelton, to MISS AGNES TAYLOR, of Castlegrove

 

April 2 1858

On the 30th ult., in Leiter (Kilmacrenan Presbyterian) Church, by the Rev. N.P. Rogers, MR JOHN SCOTT, to MARTHA, daughter of MR ROBERT SARCIN, Gortnavern

 

April 2 1858  

On the 30th ult., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR HUGH GALLAGHER, of Corraghleas, to JANE, second daughter of MR SAMUEL GLENN, of Carnamugagh

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On the 25th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT GRAHAM, of Carrigart, to CATHERINE, third daughter of MR JAMES GREGG, Culbuoy, near Letterkenny

 

July 23 1858

On the 115th inst., in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. John Greenlees, MR ROBERT WATT DAVISON, Cairne, to MISS MARY MUNROE, Breaghy

 

January 14 1859

January 6, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES PATTERSON, to MISS LILY RUSSELL, both of Raceend, near Letterkenny

 

February 25 1859 

February 17, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, MR ROBERT WILKINSON, of Crainsmere, to MARGARET, second daughter of MR DAVID RANKIN, of Strahurly, near Letterkenny

 

April 15 1859  

March 25, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR SAMUEL STARRITT, to MISS MARTHA CAMPBELL, both of Lismonaghan, near Letterkenny

 

April 15 1859  

April 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES BOVAIRD, of Loughnaggin, to MISS MARTHA GALLAGHER, of Corrghlees

 

April 29 1859

April 26, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Newtownlimavady (Co Londonderry), by the Rev. John Kinnear, of Letterkenny, ROBERT HENDERSON, ESQ., merchant, Letterkenny, to MARION, eldest daughter of WILLIAM FLEMING, ESQ., Merchant, Newtownlimavady

 

April 29 1859 

April 19, in the First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT RUTHERFORD, of Caslenan, near Kilmacrenan, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR ROBERT GREGG, of Ballynascadden

 

June 24 1859 

June 21, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOSEPH MOORE, of Philadelphia, America, to ANNE, youngest daughter of the late REV ANDREW SPRATT, D.D., of Letterkenny

 

June 24 1859 

June 9, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT WILSON, to MISS ELEANOR WILKIN

 

September 16 1859 

On the 8th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR CHARLES STEWART, of Cloughran, to MISS ELIZABETH STEWART, of Listillion

 

September 23 1859 

On the 14th September, at Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR JOHN LOCKHART, of  Aughnish, to SARAH JANE, the youngest daughter of the late MR WILLIAM RAMSAY, of Maghrenan, near Letterkenny

 

December 9 1859

On the 24th November, in the First Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOHN SCOTT, of Ednaharnon, to MARY JANE, the only daughter of MR JOHN GAILEY, of Killylastin, near Letterkenny

 

December 16 1859 

December 8, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOSEPH RUSSELL, of Raceend, to MISS BLACK, of Woodtown, near Letterkenny

 

January 20 1860

On the 22nd January, in Second Ray Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Alexander Caldwell, uncle to the bride, assisted by the Rev. Alexander Rentoul, D.D., SAMUEL REID, ESQ., Ellistrin, Ramelton, to ISABELLA REDDIE, youngest daughter of the late REV ROBERT CLARKE, Dalreoch, Perthshire, Scotland

 

February 17 1860

February 9, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES BLACK, Ballgreen, to MARGARET, youngest daughter of the late, MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny

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

 

March 2 1860

On the 16th February, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. James Reid, MR ANDREW FLOYD, of Ards, to CATHERINE, the youngest daughter of the late MR NATHAN HUNTER, of Breaghy

 

March 23 1860  

March 8, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM DAVIS, of Pluck, to ANN, daughter of MR JOHN STEWART, of Listillion, near Letterkenny

 

March 30 1860 

March 14, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR ANDREW SPEAR, of Aughadahorr, to ANN JANE, youngest daughter of MR MOSES BREDIN, of Corraghleas

 

August 31 1860 

August 23, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, CAPTAIN DAVID KERR, of the schooner "James Harvey," Carrickfergus, to CATHERINE ALGEO, of Corena, county Donegal

 

September 21 1860

On the 18th September, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR THOMAS SPEER, of Ballymacorragh, to MISS HANNAH PEOPLES, of Castleshanaghan, near Ramelton

 

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

 

November 30 1860

November 22, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM ORR, of Londonderry, to MARY ANN, daughter of MR DAVID McDONALD, of Castlebar, near Letterkenny

 

December 28 1860

December 25, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Robinson, MR THOMAS WILSON, to MISS ELLEN GAILEY, of Killilastion

 

January 4 1861

January 1, in the Independent Chapel, Great James Street (Londonderry), by the Rev. R. Sewell, MR JAMES DAVIS, Aughliard, Letterkenny, to SARAH JANE, youngest daughter of the late MR ALEXANDER STEVENSON, of Knockbrack

 

January 25 1861 

January 15, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR NATHANIEL McNAIR, of Glasgow, to SARAH JANE, youngest daughter of MR HUGH KERR, of Killaghlig, near Letterkenny

 

February 22 1861

February 19, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR GEORGE JONES, of Stranorlar, to MISS SUAN EWING, of Knockbrack

 

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 22 1861

March 19, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR JAMES SCOTT, of Killadysart, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR JOHN MORROW, Letterkenny

 

May 3 1861  

April 25, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR ALEXANDER DINNING, Castle Taurus, near Convoy, to ISABELLA, daughter of the late MR THOMAS WHITE, Calhame

 

May 3 1861

April 25, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR JAMES BLACKWOOD, JUN., Maghrenan, to MARGARET, youngest daughter of the late MR JAMES BROWN, of Bonnagee

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April 25, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Robinson, MR DAVID CHAMBERS, to MISS MARY JANE McCONAGHY

 

September20 1861

September 12, at the Parish Church, Clondehorkey, by the Rev. William Allman, M.A., MR JOHN ANDERSON, second son of MR WILLIAM ANDERSON, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, Letterkenny, to ISABELLA, second and only daughter of MR DAVID McKELVEY, of Ards, near Dunfanaghy, in the county of Donegal, formerly of Newtownards, in the county Down

 

May 30 1862

May 22, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. J. McLaughlin, SAMUEL STEWART, ESQ., Roughan, to MARY, fourth daughter of JOHN DAVISON, ESQ., Ardnaree

 

September 19 1862

September 9, at the Parish Church of Leck, county Donegal, by the Rev A. Stuart, MR JOHNSTON BOAL, Bawn, Convoy, to CATHERINE, second daughter of MR JOHN MORROW, Bunagee, Letterkenny

 

November 28 1862  

November 20th, by the Rev Thomas Diver, P.P., MR EDWARD COLL, to ELIZA, relict of the late HENRY McCORMICK, ESQ., solicitor, Letterkenny

 

December 12 1862  

On the 4th December, at the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR GEORGE ROBINSON, of Kennaghan, to ELIZABETH, the daughter of MR FINLAY GREGG, of Moneylaffan

 

December 19 1862   

December 1, in the Presbyterian Church, Newtowncunningham, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, brother in law to the bride, MR ALEXANDER OSBORNE KING, of Cumber, Fintona, (Co Tyrone),  to ELIZA, daughter of the late MR WILLIAM RAMSAY, merchant, Letterkenny

 

January 2 1863

December 23, in the first Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR RICHARD PEARSON, City Missionary, London, to ANNIE, younger daughter of MR WILLIAM FERGUSON, Letterkenny

 

February 20 1863  

February 5, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WALTER STEWART, to MISS MARGARET COLHOUN, of Knockabrin, near Letterkenny

 

March 6 1863  

February 26, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR THOMAS MOORE, of Lurgy, to MARY, youngest daughter of MR JOHN McKINNEY, of Knockbrack, near Letterkenny

 

March 6 1863 

March 3, at the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT KELSO, of Tullygay, to MARY, second daughter of MR GEORGE McKINNEY, of Ardahee, near Letterkenny

 

May 1 1863

April 30, in St. Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry, by the Rev. Hume Babington, A.M., Rector of Moviddy, county Cork, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. W.M. Beresford, A.M., the REV HENRY DANFORD, Curate of Conwall, Letterkenny, to MARY, eldest daughter of T.H. BABBINGTON, ESQ., M.D., Londonderry

 

June 2 1863

On the 21st May, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. Thoburn McGaw, B.A., NATHAN, son of MR WILLIAM FLOYD, The Bog, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR DAVID HERON, Breaghy

 

June 26 1863 

June 16, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, to ANN, eldest daughter of MR JAMES MERCER, Ballymacool

&

June 25, in the Eastern Reformed Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Robinson, MR WILSON, of Melbourne, Australia, to MISS MARY STEVENSON, Dromore

 

July 10 1863

On the 7th July, at St. Stephen's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. W.B. Chester, Rector of Nenagh, BROOK RYND CHAMBERS, ESQ., Bengal Staff Corps, eldest son of JOHN CHAMBERS ESQ., J.P., Fox Hall, county Donegal, to MARY CAROLINE, eldest daughter of J. SHERIDAN MACLEOD, ESQ., R.M., Lifford

 

September 8 1863

September 1, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOHN STEWART, of Listillion, to MARTHA, youngest daughter of MR JOHN KELSO, of Tullygay

 

October 16 1863

October 7, at Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Mr. Danford, W. Neecan John Little, of Letterkenny, to MARGARET, only daughter of MR GASKIN, of same Place

 

October 27 1863  

October 20, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, Letterkenny, to MISS JANE KEE, Creevesmith

 

November 6 1863  

On the 3rd November, in Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. H. Danford, ROBERT McDERMOTT, ESQ., of Magherabuoy, to ISABELLA, second daughter of WILLIAM McAULEY, ESQ., Bominy, near Letterkenny

 

December 11 1863 

December 10, in the First Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. James Gibson, MR JAMES HENDERSON, Trimragh, Letterkenny, to REBECCA, widow of the late MR JOSEPH BUCHANAN, of Strabane

 

June 14 1864  

On the 9th June, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WALTER STEWART, Listillion, to MARTHA, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM BAIRD, Ballyrone, near Letterkenny

 

July 5 1864 

June 30, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. John Greenlees, A.M., MR JOHN McGRATH, Ards, to REBECCA, daughter of MR SAMUEL GARDNER, Castleshanaghan

 

July 26 1864 

July 21, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, SAMUEL REID, ESQ.,  Illistrin, to JANE, daughter of FINLAY McCLURE, ESQ., Culbuoy

 

August 9 1864 

August 5, at the Cathedral Lisburn, by the Very Rev. James Stannus, Dean of Ross, MR HENDERSON, of Lisburn, late of Caledon, county Tyrone, to CATHERINE ANNIE, second daughter of MR WILLIAM GRAHAM, Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

September 1864  

September 12, in the Parish Church of Fahan Lower, Buncrana, by the Rev. Edward George Dougherty, A.M., and subsequently in the Roman Catholic Chapel by the Rev. Mr. McGill, MR FRANCIS KEARNS, of the Letterkenny Constabulary, to MARIA, daughter of MR JOHN WOOD, of Sheffield

 

September 20 1864

On the 15th September, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES RUSSELL, of Ballymacorragh, to MISS AMELIA GLASS, of Carnamuggagh, near Letterkenny

 

November 8 1864

November 1, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ANDREW LAWSON, Drumardagh, to MARY, eldest daughter of the late MR EDWARD PORTER, merchant, Letterkenny

 

December 9 1864 

On the 1st December, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES DINNING, of Kilboye, to ANN JANE, daughter of MR JAMES TEMPLETON, of Ballyrane, county Donegal

 

December 20 1864 

December 8, at Letterkenny Church, by the Rev. Henry Danford, WILLIAM ANDERSON, Roshine, Parish of Gartan, eldest son of MR JOHN ANDERSON, Church Hill, to ELLEN, second daughter of the late MR WALTER ANDERSON, Doon, Parish of Conwal

 

January 10 1865

On the 5th January, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, JOSEPH McCLINTOCK, ESQ., Trentamucklagh, near St. Johnston, to SARAH ANN, daughter of MR ROBERT NOBLE, of Castledoey, near Letterkenny

 &

January 3, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES TYNAN, of Aughliard, to MISS ELIZABETH TURNER, of Rosbracken, county Donegal

 

February 24 1865

On the 16th February, in Kilteevock Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. T. Daly, C.C., MR THOMAS McFADDEN, merchant, Secorr, Letterkenny, to BRIDGET, eldest daughter of MR DANIEL McGLINCHEY, Brookvale, Glenfinn, county Donegal

 

February 28 1865 

On the 23rd February, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR JOHN HEGARTY, Cabra Glebe, to ELLEN, eldest daughter of MR ANTHONY MALSEED, Glendoan Glebe

 &

On the 23rd February, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR ALEXANDER BAXTER, Magheracurran, to MARGARET, second daughter of MR ANTHONY MALSEED, Glendoan Glebe

 

March 14 1865   

February 24, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR ROBERT MACKAY, Letterkenny, to CATHERINE, daughter of MR A. JAMISON, Letterkenny

 

June 20 1865

On the 15th June, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, county Donegal, by the father of the bride, the REV PATRICK HAY, Fannett, assisted by the Rev. James R. Dill, the Rev. James Keating, and the Rev. John Kinnear, ISABELLA DILL HAY, to HAMILTON McKERINAN, ESQ., of Dromore, county Tyrone

 

July 25 1865

July 19, in the 1st Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, CHARLES McELHINNEY, ESQ., Glasgow, to LIZZIE, eldest daughter of MR JAMES STEWART, Glencar, near Letterkenny

 

August 8 1865

July 31, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR JAMES LAING, grocer, Greenock, to MARGARET, daughter of the late MR WILLIAM LOGAN, formerly of Greenock

 

August 25 1865

August 24, in the First Presbyterian Church, Londonderry, by the Rev Professor Smyth, A.M., assisted by the Rev. Robert White, Milford, the REV JOHN KINNEAR, of Letterkenny, to MARY, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM OSBORNE, ESQ., Springtown House, Londonderry

 

October 3 1865  

 September 28, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOHN HAMILTON, of Pluck, to MISS JANE LYTLE, of Carrickbrack

 

October 31 1865

October 24, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM JAMES WILSON, of Rathdonnell, grandson of the late REV WILLIAM GAMBLE, Minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, to MARGARET JANE, eldest daughter of MR JAMES HARRIS, of Ballymacool

 

November 21 1865

November 16, in the First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR WILLIAM HARRIS, of Ballymacool, to JANE MARY, second daughter of the late MR ALEXANDER BLACK, of Woodtown, near Letterkenny

 

January 2 1866

On the 28th December, in the First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES TURNER, of Rosbracken, to JANE, daughter of MR JOHN BAXTER, merchant, of Letterkenny

 

January 26 1866

January 21, in the Roman Catholic Chapel, Letterkenny, by the Rev Charles O'Donnell, P.P., MR PATRICK COYLE, boot and shoemaker, Letterkenny, to ANNIE, second daughter of MR JOHN BOLSTER, Donegal Artillery, Letterkenny

 

February 13 1866 

February 6, by Mr. Andrew Jenkins, Registrar of Marriages for the District of Strabane, MR SAMUEL GORMLEY, of Letterkenny, to JESSIE, youngest daughter of WILLIAM ANDERSON, ESQ.,  Strabane

 

June 1 1866 

May 24, in the Presbyterian Church, Bushmills, by the Rev. John McFarland, A.M., MR JAMES PRATT, Letterkenny, to MARY, daughter of MR JOHN BEATTIE, Rathmullan

&

May 24, in the Presbyterian Church, Croghan (Killeshandra, Co Cavan), by the Rev. William Sweeny, "pastor Loci", assisted by the Rev. James Carson, of Cavan, MR JOHN NEWMAN, of Letterkenny, to MISS HARRIET WILSON, of Dereskett

 

June 5 1866  

May 31, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JOHN CRAIG, of Ramelton, to MARY JANE, second daughter of MR ALEXANDER McILHENNY, of Roughpark, near Letterkenny

 

July 24 1866  

July 19, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Dr. Bellis, Ramelton, ALEXANDER STEVENSON, ESQ., Fernhill, to MARGERY, second daughter of MATTHEW REID, ESQ., Ramelton

 

September 14 1866 

September 10, by the Registrar for the District, at his Office, Letterkenny, MR JOHN DAVIS, merchant, Ramelton, to MARY, second daughter of MR JAMES ANDERSON, cabinetmaker, Letterkenny

 

December 25 1866  

December 20, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES HENDERSON, of Trimra, to CATHERINE, daughter of the late MR JAMES MONTGOMERY, of Timra

 

December 28 1866

December 24, at Letterkenny, by the Rev. Henry Danford, MR GEORGE SADLIER, Constable of Constabulary, to SARAH, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM McCLEA, of Fahan, county Donegal

&

December 20, at Leiter Church (Kilmacrenan Presbyterian), by the Rev. N.P. Rogers, MR ABRAHAM SCOTT, of Ballyhern, to MARTHA, eldest daughter of MR JOSEPH DAVIS, of Gortnavern

 

January 4 1867

December 27, in the Presbyterian Church, Trenta, by the Rev. S. Jack, MR THOMAS RANKIN, Drumnahoagh, to MARY, daughter of MR JOHN RUSSELL, Ballybolother

 

January 22 1867

January 17, at St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. A.T. Labatt, MR ALEXANDER ELDER, Letterkenny, county Donegal, to SARAH, fifth daughter of DAVID GILMORE, of Belfast

 

February 19 1867

February 14, in Second Ramelton Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Maclaughlin, MR ROBERT McCULLAGH, Sergeant in Donegal Artillery, Letterkenny, to MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL, of Ramelton

 

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

 

April 12 1867  

April 4, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR WILLIAM KEE, to HANNAH, second daughter of the late MR ANDERSON DOBSON, Letterleague

 

April 23 1867

January 31, at Mr. A.O. King's, Brookville, New Zealand, by the Rev. James Hill, SAMUEL ASHBY, BART., ESQ., of St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, to SARAH JANE, eldest daughter of MR WILLIAM GRAHAM, Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

May 17 1867 

On the 13th May, at the Marriage Register Office, Stranorlar, county Donegal, by Henry A. Wallen, Esq., F.R.C.S.I., MR HUGH MURPHY, of Lettershamboe, to MISS MARGARET STEWART, of Brown Hall, Parish of Conwall

 

June 4 1867 

May 30, in Taughboyne Church, by the Rev. Mr. Foster, MR JAMES McAULEY, Ballyconnolly, near Letterkenny, to MATILDA, second daughter of the late MR SAMUEL DEVENNY, Swilly

 

June 18 1867 

June 13, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR HENRY MILLAR, of Letterkenny, to ANNIE, daughter of the late MR JOHN NIXON, of Downpatrick, county Down

 

August 6 1867 

On the 1st August, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT BROWN, of Banagee, to MARY ANN, the daughter of the late MR ALLEN WYLIE, of Carrygawley

 

September 3 1867  

August 29. In the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES WILLIAM SCOTT, of Craig Clair Castle, county Galway, to ELIZABETH JANE, youngest daughter of MR JAMES MERCER, of Ballymacool, county Donegal

 

September 24 1867

September 19, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR THOMAS MARTIN, of Breaghy, to MISS CATHERINE BIRNIE, of Ballymacorragh, near Ramelton

 

January 10 1868

January 9, at St. Clement Dane's, by the Rev. J. Graeme, Littlecot, J.F. THORNE, Ramsgate, to ANNIE, daughter of the late W.F. GRUEBER, M.R.C.S., Letterkenny, Ireland

 

March 10 1868

 March 5, at the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Oliver Leitch, MR ALLEN WYLIE, Carrygawley, to MARY ANN, eldest daughter of the late MR JOHN SCOTT, Callion

 

March 24 1868

March 17, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR JAMES PATTERSON, of Letterkenny, to ELIZA MARY, youngest daughter of the late MR MATTHEW LAWSON, of Drumendah

 

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, Bustikil, Carrigans

 

November 10 1868 

On the 29th October, in First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert White, Milford, MR SAMUEL ALEXANDER, of Classagowan, St. Johnstone, to MISS JANE RANKIN, of Drumnahoagh, Glen Swilly

 

January 9 1869  

Dec 24, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR JOHN CLARKE, Galdanagh, to PRUDENCE, youngest daughter of MR JOHN GIBSON, Carnamogagh

 

January 12 1869 

Jan 5, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ALEXANDER ANDERSON, of Killylargy, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of MR JAMES McAFEE, of Corraghlees, near Letterkenny

 

March 9 1869 

March 4, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR CHARLES ALGEO, of Faugher, Dunfanaghy, to REBECCA, the youngest daughter of MR DAVID RANKIN, Strahurly

 

April 9 1869  

March 24, at the residence of R. Stewart, Esq., 296 West Houston Street, New York, by the Rev. G.D. Mathews, MR JAMES CUNNINGHAM, of Onawa City, Iowa, to MARIANNE, third daughter of MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Letterkenny, Ireland

 

April 13 1869  

April 6, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Conwall, by the Rev. John MacGroarty, C.C., BERNARD McDERMOTT, ESQ., (Diarmid) Rossgear, Lifford, to MISS MARY ANNE HARKIN, daughter of MR D. HARKIN, Ballyconnelly, Letterkenny

 

May 4 1869

April 29, at St. Luke's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. W. Allen Whitworth, CAPTAIN JOHN STEWART, youngest son of GEORGE HOMAN PEOPLES, Toronto, Canada, to MARIANNE, only surviving daughter of HENRY E. PEOPLES, Letterkenny

 

July 9 1869

June 24, in Brooklyn, United States, by the Rev. Francis Mansfield, JOHN A. CHAMBERS, ESQ., of Fox Hall, Letterkenny, to JANE ANNA, daughter of the REV ROBERT J. WALKER

 

August 3 1869 

July 27. In the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, MR ROBERT DAVISON, to MISS ELIZA McBETH, both of Maghrenan, near Letterkenny

 

August 20 1869 

August 12, in the Parish Church, Glencolumkill, by the Rev. S. O'Neill Cox, Rector, CONSTABLE GEORGE SLOAN, R.I.C., Letterkenny, to MARY JANE, second daughter of GEORGE BUCHANAN, postmaster, Glencolumkill

 

November 2 1869 

Oct. 28, at the Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. O. Leitch, MR ROBERT LAIRD, Aughlaird, to MARGARET, youngest daughter of MR MATTHEW McKINNEY, Knockbrack

 

December 10 1869

December 5, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Letterkenny, by the Rev. Bernard Kelly, C.C., MR CHARLES BOYLE, Sprackburn, Letterkenny, to GRACE, relict of the late MR CONDY CARBERY, Letterkenny

 

 

Deaths

 

December 22 1829

At Carnisk, near Ramelton, on the 30th ult., after a few weeks illness, MR WILLIAM HUNTER, aged 77 years

 

February 27 1830  

 In Letterkenny, on Tuesday, the 14th instant, at an advanced age, MR WILLIAM WILSON, merchant

 

March 27 1830   

On Tuesday, the 23rd instant, MR SAMUEL FLOYD, formerly of Letterkenny, for many years a resident of this City (Londonderry), at the great age of 112 years. Deceased was born at a place called the Bog, in the neighbourhood of Ramelton, where his ancestors had resided for a long period

 

April 10 1830  

In Letterkenny, on the 31st March, in the 39th year of his age, MR GUSTAVUS HENDERSON, after a tedious illness

 

August 7 1830  

At Letterkenny, on the 2nd instant, ALEXANDER, the only son of CHARLES CRAWFORD, ESQ., of that place

 

July 16 1831  

On Monday, the 11th inst., in the 74th year of her age, MRS ELIZABETH PHILSON, relict of the late MR THOMAS PHILSON, Maghrabuoy, near Letterkenny

 

October 15 1831 

On Thursday, the 10th inst., of apoplexy, in the 52nd year of his age, MR SAMUEL KING, of Rathdonnell House, near Letterkenny

 

April 21 1832

On Wednesday, the 18th inst., MR JOSEPH STARRETT, of Roughan, county Donegal, who was married, on the 10th instant

 

October 6 1832  

Of consumption, at Letterkenny, on Saturday the 29th ult., in the 23rd year of his age, JOHN, eldest son of MR ROBERT MOORE, Merchant

 

March 16 1833 

At Ramelton, MARY JANE, youngest daughter of WILLIAM CHAMBERS, ESQ., late of Letterkenny

 

March 30 1833  

On Monday, the 25th inst., at Glendoen Glebe, near Letterkenny, the REV JOSEPH STOPFORD, D.D., Ex Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and for many years Rector of the Parish of Conwall, county of Donegal, in the 67th year of his age

 

June 22 1833  

At Crieve, near Letterkenny, on the 15th inst., MRS LEECH, relict of the late GEORGE LEECH, ESQ., in the 78th year of her age

 

July 27 1833   

At Letterkenny, on Wednesday week, the 17th inst., MR RICHARD RAMSEY, aged 48 years. His "Juvenile Poems", published in his 19th year, in Macclesfield, in 1817, consisting of over 200 pages

 

November 9 1833  

On the 18th September last, at his father's residence, in Greenwich Street, New York, in the 18th year of his age, JAMES, 4th son of MR ROBERT MOORE, formerly of Letterkenny, co. Donegal

 

February 1 1834  

On the 23rd January, aged 16 years, MARTHA, daughter of MR DAVID HUNTER, Glencarr, near Letterkenny

 

February 22 1834  

In Letterkenny, on the 15th inst., aged 53 years, MR ROBERT GAILY, Merchant

 

May 3 1834  

At Lurgyback, near Letterkenny, on Friday, the 25th ult., JAMES GALLAGHER, ESQ., aged 80 years

 

May 17 1834  

In the 85th year of his age, at Philadelphia, U.S.A., on the 5th of March, DAVID HAYFIELD CONYNGHAM, ESQ., formerly of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

August 1 1835  

On the 30th ult., at Oatlands, near Letterkenny, at an advanced age, ALEXANDER WALLEN, ESQ

 

September 12 1835  

At Letterkenny, on Monday, the 6th inst., in the 26th year of his age, MR ANDREW LAIRD 

 

September 26 1835 

On Saturday, the 19th inst., at Dooballagh, near Letterkenny, MR NATHANIEL LAIRD, aged 82 years

 

October 3 1835  

 On the 24th ult., at Carrygawley, near Letterkenny, MR THOMAS LAIRD, aged 74

 

October 10 1835  

On Tuesday last, at Letterkenny, MRS CONNOLLY, wife of MR CHARLES CONNOLLY   

 

January 2 1836 

At his residence, Letterkenny, on the 18th ult., MR JOHN LAIRD, in the bloom and vigour of life, after a short illness

 

July 9 1836  

At Strabane, on Tuesday last, the 5th inst., at the house of her son in law, SURGEON PATTERSON, R.N., MRS STARRETT, relict of THOMAS STARRETT, of Letterkenny, Esq., and sister to the late JOSEPH ROULSTON, ESQ., K.C., LL.D. As a wife, a mother, and a friend, few could surpass her

 

July 13 1836  

August 3, at Letterkenny, MRS ANNE CHAMBERS, relict of the late REV JOHN CHAMBERS, of Leck, county Donegal

 

November 12 1836 

At her son's residence, in Sallaghagrain, near Letterkenny, on the 3rd inst., MRS ELEANOR GALLAGHER, relict of the late MR CHARLES GALLAGHER at the extraordinary age of 109 years

 

April 22 1837

At her residence, in Liverpool, on the 13th inst., LETITIA PEOPLES, relict of the late MR STEWART PEOPLES, of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

October 28 1837 

 At Carnisk, near Ramelton, on 23rd inst., JOHN HARRIS HAZLETT, ESQ., J.P., for the county of Donegal, aged 54 years

 

January 20 1838 

At Letterkenny, on Monday the 8th inst., of paralysis, WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, merchant, aged 64 years. In the various relations of life, as husband, father, and friend, Mr. Blackwood's conduct was exemplary

 

April 7 1838  

At her house, in Letterkenny, county of Donegal, on Friday, the 30th ult., aged 78, MRS ANNE HUNTER, relict of the late JOHN HUNTER, ESQ., of the same place

 

May 12 1838

On Thursday, the 10th inst., at Letterkenny, of inflammation of the liver, MR SAMUEL HALL, of that Town, painter and glazier, he was the Inspector of Weights and Measures for the county of Donegal, and was for many years in connexion with the Methodist Society

 

October 6 1838 

On Tuesday, the 25th ult., at his residence, Creeve, near Letterkenny, MR OLIVER LEITCH, aged 55 years. His demise is deeply regretted not only by his bereaved family and relatives, but by all to whom he was known

 

October 20 1838

On Thursday, the 11th inst., at her residence at Feraghmore, MRS GAILY, relict of the late ROBERT GAILY, of Letterkenny, aged 62 yrs

 

December 1 1838

At Glencar, county Donegal, on Monday, the 19th ult., after a tedious illness, MR DANIEL WALLACE, aged 56 years. He was in the relative duties of life, a loving husband, and a kind father

 

December 8 1838 

On the 1st inst., at the house of her uncle, MR JAMES STEVENSON, Dromore, MISS MARY REID, eldest daughter of the late MR MATTHEW REID, Ramelton

 

January 12 1839

On Tuesday night, the 8th inst., at the house of ROBERT RAMSEY, ESQ., near Letterkenny, WILLIAM SPROULE, ESQ., M.D., late of Dunfanaghy Dispensary

 

January 26 1839  

Of yellow fever, at Mobile, state of Alabama, on the 4th of October last, MR JOHN GALLAGHER, at the age of 44 years, eldest son of the late JAMES GALLAGHER, ESQ., of Swilly View, near Letterkenny. He was called to the American Bar in 1820, and since that period succeeded to many of the important local offices of Alabama, with honour to himself and his country

 

February 16 1839

On the 8th inst., at Letterkenny, after a short illness, ISABELLA, wife of THOMAS PATTERSON

 

August 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

 

December 14 1839

At Letterkenny, on Monday night, the 9th inst., MARY ANNE, beloved wife of MR WILLIAM ELLIOTT, of that Town, aged 22 years

 

January 25 1840  

At Letterkenny, on Tuesday morning, after a lingering illness, EDWARD MURRAY, ESQ., solicitor, aged 44 years. He left a widow and eight children to deplore his loss

 

&

At his father's residence, Rahan (Roughan?), near Letterkenny, on Tuesday morning, the 21st inst., MR DAVID TORRENS, formerly of this City, in the 35th year of his age

 

April 11 1840 

On the morning of the 3rd inst., of inflammation of the chest, aged one year and eleven months, WILLIAM HENRY, the beloved son of MR WILLIAM FISHER, merchant, Letterkenny

 

June 6 1840  

On the 31st May, after a short illness, MR RICHARD GREGG, of Moneylagan, near Letterkenny, aged 60 years

 

July 11 1840  

At Letterkenny, on the 7th inst., MARTHA HOOD, widow of MR HENRY HOOD, late of the city of Philadelphia, and formerly of Moyle, county Donegal

 

August 22 1840  

On the 4th inst., at Letterkenny, in the 82nd year of her age, CATHERINE, relict of the late JAMES GALLAGHER, of Swilly View, Esq., and for many years a respectable merchant of that Town

 

December 19 1840 

On Saturday last, a young girl named MARTIN, was working in the flax mill of MR DAVID MOORE, of Lurgay, near Letterkenny, she accidently fell into the mill run, and became entangled in the mill wheel, death ensued

 

May 27 1841  

At Letterkenny, on the 22nd inst., of typhus fever, GEORGE O’KANE, ESQ., Esq., Sub Inspector of Revenue Police, in the 36th year of his age, leaving a wife and family to mourn his loss

 

May 8 1841

On the 21st ult., in his 42nd year, at his residence in Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM STEWART, after a short illness. He was a resident in the above Place for a period of 20 years. He has left a widow and four children to lament his loss

 

June 5 1841  

On Thursday last, the 27th May, after a protracted illness, ELLEN, wife of JOHN GALLAGHER, ESQ., merchant, Letterkenny, and sister of the RIGHT REV DR McGETTIGAN, Roman Catholic Bishop of Derry and Raphoe

 

&

In Trinidad, on the 25th March, of malignant fever, in the 31st year of his age, GEORGE LYTLE, ESQ., second son of the REV JOSEPH LYTLE, Presbyterian Minister of Letterkenny. His passing is deeply regretted by his relations in this country

 

July 17 1841  

On the 6th inst., at Letterkenny, JAMES RANKIN, ESQ., surgeon, Royal Navy, aged 48 years, deservedly and universally regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance

 

November 27 1841  

At Letterkenny, on the 22nd inst., at the advanced age of 85, MR JOHN LEE, formerly a merchant of this City (Londonderry)

 

December 18 1841

At Letterkenny, on Sunday morning, the 12th inst., MRS WALLEN, relict of the late MR JOSEPH WALLEN, of that town, and mother of MR WALLEN, of this office, aged 94 years

 

October 22 1842  

On the 1st of May last, at Newburgh, New York State, in his 50th year, MR JAMES TURNER, formerly of Letterkenny, Donegal, linendraper, and for 24 years a citizen of the United States

 

March 19 1842

On the morning of Tuesday, the 15th inst., at Gortlee, in county Donegal, the LADY GEORGE HILL

 

April 1 1843  

On the 29th ult., at his residence, Letterkenny, MR SAMUEL CLARKE, aged 82 years. The deceased was for upwards of 36 years actively employed in the Customs Department

 

July 29 1843

On the 18th inst., MR WARREN BAXTER, of Ballybolother, county Donegal, in the 51st year of his age. He has left an inconsolable widow and five children to lament his loss

 

October 21 1843 

At Ballgreen, on Saturday, the 7th inst., JANE, relict of the late JOHN McMUNN, ESQ., of Letterkenny, in the 95th year of her age

 

November 18 1843

On the 13th inst., in the 56th year of his age, MR NATHAN HUNTER, of Breaghy, for many years an elder in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton

 

March 2 1844 

At Letterkenny, on the 22nd February, FANNY, relict of the late MR ALEXANDER LARKEY, architect, aged 82 years

 

May 4 1844 

On Thursday morning, the 2nd inst., aged 9 years, CHARLES STEWART, only son of MR WILLIAM HEGARTY, Letterkenny

 

October 12 1844

In Letterkenny, on Saturday morning, much regretted MR PETER LYLE, woollendraper

 

December 14 1844  

 On Tuesday the 3rd inst., aged 65 years, MARGARET, the beloved wife of WILLIAM DOHERTY, ESQ., Port Ballyraine, Letterkenny

 

January 25 1845 

On Wednesday, the 15th inst., in her 60th year, ELLEN, the wife of MR WILLIAM COLHOUN, Ednaharon, near Letterkenny

 

May 31 1845 

At Letterkenny, in the 37th year of his age, after a few days sickness, First Head Constable JOHN S. KELLY, son of CAPTAIN KELLY, formerly of the Roscommon Militia, and at present Sub Inspector of Constabulary

 

March 22 1845

At his residence, Letterkenny, on the 4th inst., after a protracted illness, MR WILLIAM RAMSAY, merchant, aged 75 years

 

July 12 1845  

At Letterkenny, on the 7th inst., MR JAMES CURRAN, aged 29 yrs

 

November 8 1845

 On Saturday, the 11th ult., after a long illness, ELIZABETH, wife of MR ROBERT MOFFITT, of Letterkenny, in the 46th year of her age

 

June 6 1846

At St. John's New Brunswick, on the 28th April last, after a protracted illness, MR ALEXANDER LARKEY, aged 35 years, late of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

February 14 1846

At Letterkenny, on Wednesday, the 4th inst., MR THOMAS HAY, of that town, at the advanced age of 86 years. In the various relations of husband and father his conduct was exemplary

 

August 8 1846 

 At his residence in Letterkenny, on Tuesday, the 4th inst., WILLIAM FISHER, ESQ., merchant, of that Town

 

September 5 1846  

At Letterkenny, on Friday, the 28th ult., at the advanced age of 80 years, MR GEORGE GREER, of that Town

 

February 13 1847  

At Letterkenny, on the 2nd inst., after a severe and long protracted illness, aged 72, MARGARET, the well beloved wife of MR WALTER HUNTER 

 

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On the 4th inst., of inflammation of the lungs, CATHERINE ANNE, aged 4 years and 5 months, eldest daughter of JOHN KING, ESQ., Trimra, near Letterkenny

 

September 11 1847 

On Friday, the 27th ult., at Lisberrin (Lisnenan?), JOHN, eldest son of MR WILLIAM GRAHAM, Master in Letterkenny Poorhouse

 

October 16 1847

 In Letterkenny, on the 25th ult., MR JAMES McLAUGHLIN, architect, in the 55th year of his age

 

February 22 1848  

On the 16th inst., at Letterkenny, aged 18 years, SARAH, ninth daughter of MR THOMAS CLEMENTS, of Ballykelly

 

March 11 1848

On the 1st inst., at his residence, Little Ards, Ramelton, after a lingering illness, MR ROBERT GRIER, aged 72 years

 

June 3 1848  

At Letterkenny, on Friday, the 26th ult., after a lingering illness, FANNY ANN FENTON, aged 15 years, daughter of MR JOHN FENTON, of St. John's

 

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On the 22nd ult., at Letterkenny, in the 85th year of her age, MRS CATHERINE WILSON, relict of the late WILLIAM WILSON, ESQ

 

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On the night of the 30th ult., aged 19 years, MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR ARCHIBALD McCAY, at Fassetmore, near Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

December 16 1848  

 On the 28th ult., at the Grove, near Letterkenny, MR JOHN LYTTLE, aged 42 years

 

February 17 1849 

 At Letterkenny, on the 11th inst., of consumption, HENRY, eldest son of HENRY W. PEOPLES, ESQ., aged 22 years

 

February 24 1849

On the 19th inst., after a protracted illness, JOHN, son of SAMUEL FLOYD, of Ards, aged 29 years

 

June 23 1849  

On Monday, the 18th inst., at Glencar, near Letterkenny, MARGARET, the eldest daughter of DAVID HUNTER, ESQ

 

September 28 1849  

Suddenly, at her residence in Letterkenny, on the evening of Sunday, the 23rd inst., JANE, relict of the late MR MARTIN LAIRD, aged 72 years

 

October 19 1849

October 15, at Woodpark, near Kingstown, FRANCES, relict of JOHN BOYD, ESQ., late of Stephen's Green, and of Ballymacool, county of Donegal

 

January 18 1850  

On the 11th inst., at the residence of her son, THOMAS PATTERSON, ESQ., Letterkenny, MRS CATHERINE PATTERSON, in the 92nd year of her age

 

January 25 1850 

On Monday 21st inst., at Letterkenny, SAUNDERSON DAVIS, ESQ., aged 84 years

 

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On the 10th inst., William, eldest son of MR WILLIAM PARK, Drummerdagh, near Letterkenny

 

March 29 1850 

On Sunday night, last, at Rockhill, Letterkenny, MR JOHN PALMER, for many years house steward at Ards

 

March 29 1850  

March 24, at Rockhill, Letterkenny, county Donegal, the residence of his brother, ALEXANDER ROBERT STEWART, ESQ., of Ards House, J.P., and D.L., aged 55 years

 

May 31 1850  

On the 27th inst., at Letterkenny, after a lingering illness, MR SAMUEL CUNNINGHAM, aged 63 years

 

June 7 1850 

On the 22nd ult., at Corrhill, near Letterkenny, in the 69th year of his age, MR JOHN O’DONNELL, father of the REV JOHN O’DONNELL, R.C.C., of Donegal, and step father of the late REV JOHN MARTIN, Phibsborough, Dublin

 

September 20 1850  

On the 6th inst, at Drimnahoe, near Letterkenny, MR ROBERT WILSON, in the 88th year of his age

 

November 15 1850  

At Letterkenny, on Friday the 8th inst., MR ARCHIBALD HOOME

 

January 31 1851

On the 16th inst., ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of MR ALEXANDER ALLARDICE, of Ballymacool, near Letterkenny, in her 37th year

 

February 28 1851  

On the 10th inst., at an advanced age, MARTHA, relict of the late JOHN STEVENSON, Dromore, near Letterkenny

 

March 28 1851  

On the 15th inst., MR SAMUEL BROWN, of Drumgreggan, near Letterkenny

 

April 25 1851  

At Ballyraine, near Letterkenny, on Monday evening, the 21st inst., JOHN, son of the REV ANDREW SPRATT, aged 18 years

 

July 18 1851   

On the 7th inst., at Letterkenny, CHARLOTTE LUCINDA, the beloved wife of LIEUTENANT R.L. HAYDON, aged 54 years

 

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On the 4th inst., at Ballyraine, near Letterkenny, MARY, the beloved wife of the REV ANDREW SPRATT, aged 55 years

 

October 17 1851  

October 8th, at Foxhall, Letterkenny, DANIEL CHAMBERS, ESQ., J.P., for the county of Donegal, in the 62nd year of his age

 

October 24 1851  

On the 19th inst., at Letterkenny, MISS SUSANNA LAIRD, aged 60 years

 

November 7 1851  

At Moorview, near Letterkenny, on the 31st ult., in the second year of her marriage, the beloved wife of the REV N.P. ROGERS

 

January 16 1852   

On Monday, the 5th inst., at her son's residence, Coleraine (Co Londonderry), CATHERINE BAXTER, relict of the late JOHN BAXTER, ESQ., merchant, Letterkenny

 

April 30 1852  

At Letterkenny, on the 25th inst., of a protracted illness from disease of the heart, JAMES, second son of HENRY E. PEOPLES, ESQ., aged 16 years

 

May 7 1852  

On the 12th ult., after a tedious illness, at Carrygawley, near Letterkenny, MRS JOHN LAIRD, aged 50

 

July 9 1852  

At Glencar, near Letterkenny, on the 7th inst., ISABELLA, last surviving daughter of DAVID HUNTER, ESQ., after a painful illness of several months

 

August 6 1852  

On Tuesday morning, the 3rd inst., at Letterkenny, after a long affliction, MRS ELLIOTT, aged 83 years

 

August 14 1852   

On the 7th inst., in Letterkenny, the REV WILLIAM HENRY, D.D., in the sixty fourth year of his age, and the fortieth year of his ministry in the Reformed Presbyterian Church

 

September 3 1852  

On the 6th of August, at Boston, U.S., in the 40th year of his age, MR PATRICK GALLAGHER, formerly of Letterkenny, and son to the late JAMES GALLAGHER, ESQ., of Swilly View, near Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

October 22 1852  

At an advanced age, at the residence of her son in law, MR ROBERT EAKIN, Ballybenny, Ramelton, SARAH, , relict of the late MR ROBERT STEVENSON, Dromore, Letterkenny

 

November 19 1852  

At Rockhill, near Letterkenny, MR DANIEL MacDONALD, aged 18 Years

 

December 17 1852  

On Sunday, 12th inst., at Eddnaharnon Cottage, Letterkenny, of influenza, ELIZA JANE, daughter of MR THOMAS ROULSTON, aged 5 years and 10 months

 

March 18 1853  

On the 11th inst., at Letterkenny, HENRY McCORMICK, ESQ., solicitor, aged 34 years

 

April 15 1853  

On the 18th November last, at the home of her brother in law, DR JOHN PATTERSON, R.N., Blaydon, Brunswick, near Melbourne, Victoria, EMILY,  eldest daughter of the late THOMAS STERRITT, ESQ., of Letterkenny

 

October 14 1853  

At Edenaharen Cottage, Letterkenny, of disease of the heart, ELIZA JANE, the beloved wife of MR THOMAS ROULSTON, in the 30th year of her age

 

January 20 1854

January 10th, at Glencar, near Letterkenny, MR DAVID HUNTER, aged 78 years

 

March 31 1854  

On the 27th inst., aged 68 years, MRS COLHOUN, of Castlegay, near Letterkenny

 

June 9 1854  

At Cheltenham, on the 5th inst., in the 78th year of her age, SUSAN, relict of RALPH YOUNG, ESQ., late of Oatlands, Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

October 12 1855  

On the 19th September last, at Stralongford, near Letterkenny, JOHN GALLAGHER, who had in August last attained the age of 100 Years

 

October 19 1855 

On Monday, the 15th inst., HARRIET, infant daughter of MR GEORGE L. HUNTER, Glencar, near Letterkenny

 

January 11 1856 

On the 7th inst., at his residence, Moneylaggin, near Letterkenny, MR JOHN GREGG, aged 63 years

 

August 8 1856 

At Letterkenny, on the 6th inst., SARAH, relict of the late MR JAMES PRESTON, of Londonderry, merchant. Her remains will be removed from Letterkenny at 4 o'clock, on Friday morning, and arrive at Londonderry at or near 10 o'clock, a.m., for interment in the Cathedral burying ground

 

October 31 1856 

Suddenly, at his residence, Letterkenny, on the 29th inst., MR GEORGE MITCHELL, woollendraper

 

December 5 1856  

On the 29th ult., at Glencar, MARGARET, wife of the late DAVID HUNTER, ESQ., aged 78 years

 

February 6 1857 

On Wednesday morning, at two o'clock, at his residence, Letterkenny, MR JOHN ELLIOTT, at the advanced age of 86 years

 

February 20 1857  

 At Letterkenny, on Tuesday, the 10th inst., JANE, relict of the late MR THOMAS HAYES, of said place, at the advanced age of 96 years

 

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On Tuesday, the 17th inst., at his residence, Letterkenny, MR CHARLES MURRAY, merchant

 

June 19 1857 

At Dorchester, on Saturday morning, the 9th inst., ROBERT MOORE, ESQ., merchant, formerly of Letterkenny, Ireland, in the 78 year of his age -" St. John's New Brunswicker, May 12."

 

August 14 1857  

As the result of a shooting accident on Tuesday the 11th inst., whilst duck shooting with friends, at Sheephaven Bay, near Dunfanaghy, MR GEORGE PEOPLES, son of MR H. PEOPLES, of Letterkenny, died of his wound on the afternoon of Wednesday the 12th inst

 

November 27 1857  

In St. John, N.B., in September last, after a short illness, MR JOHN HUNTER, merchant, and second son of the late JOHN HUNTER, ESQ., M.D., formerly of Letterkenny, Ireland

 

July 16 1868  

On the 11th inst., the REV ANDREW SPRATT, D.D., Minister of Second Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny

 

September 17 1858  

On the 9th inst., at Letterkenny, MR SAMUEL KENNEDY, watch and clockmaker, aged 63 years

 

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At the Mall, Ballyshannon, on the 10th inst., HARRIET, daughter of the late EDWARD MURRAY, ESQ., solicitor, Rosemount, Letterkenny, aged 24 years

 

October 8 1858 

On the 26th ult., in the 82nd year of her age, MRS RAMSAY, of Lisnenan, county Donegal

 

February 18 1859  

February 9, at her father's house in Letterkenny, ELIZABETH, the youngest daughter of DR GRUEBER, in her 18th year

 

March 25 1859  

March 21, WILLIAM, infant son of MR GEORGE L. HUNTER, Glencar, Letterkenny

 

March 18 1859  

On Sabbath morning, the 13th inst., at Moyleteragh Cottage, the residence of her son, HANNA JANE, relict of the late REV JOSEPH LYTLE, P.M., of Letterkenny, in her 79th year

 

July 22 1859  

July 17th, at Ards, Ramelton, MR SAMUEL FLOYD, for many years a ruling elder in the First Presbyterian Church, aged 76 years

 

July 29 1859  

July 6, at Thorn Cottage, ANN, eldest daughter of the late MR ALEXANDER MACPHERSON, of Letterkenny

 

September 30 1859

On the 25th inst., at Ballybolother, near Letterkenny, MRS SARAH KING, relict of MR SAMUEL KING, formerly of Newtowncunningham, aged 85 years                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

October 28 1859  

At his residence, on the Vista Bella estate, Trinadad, RICHARD DOHERTY, ESQ., at the age of 56, much regretted by his family and friends. He was born at Ardahee, near Letterkenny, county Donegal, and emigrated at an early period to the West Indies

 

November 18 1859

November 4, at Oaklands, Letterkenny, MATILDA, youngest daughter of the REV OLIVER LEITCH, aged seven years

 

May 25 1860  

May 18, at Letterkenny, PATRICK CANNON, ESQ., M.D.

 

July 6 1860 

At Lamhaquque, Peru, much regretted by the British residents and natives in that country, HUGH MOSS GALLAGHER, ESQ., M.D., L.R.C.S.I., eldest son of JOSEPH GALLAGHER, ESQ., of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

August 17 1860

On the 3rd August, at Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, where he had resided for the last 45 years, ANDREW QUIGLEY, , aged 67 years, a native of Glencar, county Donegal. Four of his sons carried him to the grave

 

December 14 1860 

December 7, at his residence, Letterkenny, MR GEORGE MOONEY, merchant, 34 years

 

December 28 1860

December 15, at Letterkenny, MR WALTER HUNTER, at the advanced age of 87 years

 

January 18 1861  

January 11, at Creve, near Letterkenny, after a long illness, MR ROBERT LEITCH, aged 42 years

 

January 25 1861   

January 10, at the residence of his father, Ballybolother, near Letterkenny, HENRY, youngest son of MR CHARLES BOVAIRD, aged 48 Years

 

May 3 1861

March 19, at Pittsburgh, United States, MR GEORGE LEECH, formerly of Letterkenny, in the 70th year of his age

 

June 7 1861  

June 4, at Letterkenny, after a protracted illness, MARY, wife of HENRY E. PEOPLES, ESQ., Distributer of Stamps for County Donegal, aged 53 years

 

September 6 1861  

On the 1st September, in the 22nd year of her age, SARAH, the second surviving daughter of MR JOHN RUSSELL, of Ballybolother, near Letterkenny

 

December 27 1862

December 17, at his father's residence, Derrygonnelly, county Fermanagh, after a brief illness, MR JOHN BRUCE, of the Letterkenny Constabulary, aged 28 years

 

January 10 1862

January 1, at Letterkenny, LIZZIE, daughter of MR JOHN GALLAGHER, merchant, aged 18 years

 

February 28 1862 

February 26, at Letterkenny, county Donegal, MR JOSEPH V. GALLAGHER, JUN

 

May 23 1862  

May 10, at Letterkenny, MISS ELLEN C. GALLAGHER, second daughter of J. GALLAGHER, ESQ. and niece of the late RIGHT REV DR McGETTIGAN, Roman Catholic Bishop of Raphoe

 

June 6 1862  

At Cave Hill, near Letterkenny, aged 70 years, MRS O’DONNELL, relict of the late JOHN O’DONNELL, ESQ

 

December 19 1862   

December 4, LILLY, relict of the late ROBERT WILSON, Drumanahough, near Letterkenny, aged 86 years

 

February 20 1863  

February 15, at Letterkenny, in the 15th year of his age, after a few days' illness, MASTER JAMES WILLIAM PRATT, the beloved son of JAMES PONSONBY HILL ESQ., County Inspector of Constabulary, county Donegal

 

February 27 1863  

February 16, at Letterkenny, MR JOHN HARRON, aged 70 years

 

March 6 1863  

March 18, at Lisnenan, near Letterkenny, ROBERT RAMSAY, SEN., ESQ., aged 92 years

 

March 6 1863

March 1, at Lisnenan, MISS ELIZABETH TAYLOR, formerly of Culbee, aged 72 years

 

March 6 1863  

November 22, at Geelong, Australia, MR THOMAS WILSON, aged 21 years, son of MR JAMES WILSON, merchant, Letterkenny

 

May 15 1863

April 14, of low fever, Henry Ellison Chambers, youngest son of JOHN CHAMBERS, ESQ., Foxhall, county Donegal. He had just completed his thirteenth year

 

May 22 1863  

May 1, at Brooklyn, New York, ELLEN, wife of MR JOHN GALLAGHER, native of Letterkenny, county Donegal, aged 34 years

 

July 24 1863  

On the 19th July, at Letterkenny, of consumption, ELIZA KENNEDY, aged 29 years

 

August 18 1863  

August 13, at Francis Street, JOHN, fourth son of MR HUGH McCLELLAND, Letterkenny, aged 35 years

 

September 4 1863  

August 23, at Letterilly, near Glenties, in the 79th year of her age, BRIDGET, relict of the late DR O’DONNELL, and mother of the REV HUGH O’DONNELL, P.P., Kilcar, and the REV CHARLES O’DONNELL, R.C. Administrator, Letterkenny

 

September 25 1863   

September 22, after a protracted illness, MARGARET F., the beloved wife of the REV JOHN KINNEAR, Letterkenny, aged 33 years. Her remains will be removed this day, Friday, at ten o'clock, a.m., for interment interment in Donaghmore Church yard

 

November 17 1863  

November 7, at his residence, Letterkenny, CAPTAIN EDWARD SIMMS, aged 62 years

 

November 27 1863     

November 21, at Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM CANNING

 

February 19 1864  

February 10, at Letterkenny, MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR HUGH SWEENEY, inn keeper, aged 16 years

 

March 22 1864

March 18, at his residence, Farsetmore, Letterkenny, MR ARCHIBALD McCAY  

 

May 31 1864  

May 21, at Ardrawer, near Letterkenny, of small pox, CHARLES, second son of MR GEORGE HUGHES, aged 19 years

 

June 3 1864 

May 31, at Letterkenny, in his 19th year, JOHN ALLEN HEMSWORTH, Lieutenant in the Prince of Wales' Donegal Artillery, eldest and only surviving son of JAMES PONSONBY HILL, ESQ., county Inspector of Constabulary

 

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May 19, at the residence of his sister, MRS McLEAN, 198 Court Street, Cincinnati, EZEKIEL H. WILSON, son of MR JAMES WILSON, Letterkenny, aged 27 years

 

July 15 1864   

July 12, at Letterkenny, from the effects of an accident, JOHN ABRAHAM RUSSELL, aged 31 years, second son of the Venerable the Archdeacon of Clogher

 

October 7 1864  

On the 21st September, of apoplexy, after a very short illness of two days, JANE, the wife of MR JOHN RUSSEL, of Ballybolother, near Letterkenny, and only daughter of the late MR SAMUEL KING, of  Manorcunningham

 

November 11 1864   

November 6, at Letterkenny, in the 16th year of his age, PATRICK, youngest son of JOSEPH GALLAGHER, ESQ

 

November 18 1864  

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

 

December 13 1864

December 7, in this City (Londonderry), LIZZIE, aged 11 years, daughter of MR ALEXANDER GLASS, formerly of Letterkenny

 

January 6 1865 

On the 4th January, at his son's residence, Sea View, near Letterkenny, MR JAMES STOREY, aged 91 years

 

January 17 1865 

January 12, at Letterkenny, ANNE, daughter of the late SAMUEL FISHER, ESQ., Drumbuoy, aged 84 years

 

February 28 1865  

On the 23rd February, at his residence, Letterkenny, aged 82 years, MR MATTHEW WILSON, long a very consistent and upright merchant of that Town

 

May 16 1865  

May 11, at Letterkenny, MR JAMES WILSON, aged 62 years

 

June 30 1865  

June 11, at her residence, Letterkenny, MARY, the beloved wife of MR C. JOHNSTON GASKIN, aged 68 years

 

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June 25, at his residence, Port House, Letterkenny, THOMAS PATTERSON, ESQ., late manager Belfast Bank, aged 72 years

 

December 8 1865  

December 1, at Letterkenny, after a long and very painful illness, HELEN SCOTT, wife of MR THOMAS STORMONTH, Gas Manager

 

December 29 1865  

December 21, at the house of her son in law, Wyton Rectory, Hunts, aged 84 years, ANNA MARIA STOPFORD, widow of the late REV DR STOPFORD, Rector of Conwall, and ex Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin

 

January 9 1866 

January 5, at Letterkenny, WILLIAM FREDERICK GRUEBER, M.R.C.S., engineer, aged 56 years

 

January 26 1866  

January 22, at Correnagh, Letterkenny, after a lingering illness, MR SAMUEL PEOPLES, aged 59 years

 

March 9 1866 

February 25, at Letterkenny, the wife of MR JAMES BIRNEY, aged 56 Years

 

March 13 1866 

March 4, at Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM McAULEY, aged 76 years

 

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March 5, at Letterkenny, the infant son of SERGEANT W.H. FULTON, Donegal Artillery, aged 11 days

 

May 1 1866

April 26, at Letterkenny, MARY, Mary, relict of the late MR HENRY SHEILLS, Officer of Excise

 

May 29 1866 

On the 22nd May, at Elgin House, Ballsbridge, MR JOHN C. CRAIG, second son of MR JOHN CRAIG, Letterkenny, county Donegal, aged 30 years

 

June 5 1866 

May 23, at his residence, Dromore, MR JAMES STEVENSON, SEN., aged 87 years

 

June 8 1866 

June 4, ELIZABETH, youngest daughter of REV WILLIAM ANDERSON, Myragh Rectory, Letterkenny

 

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May 27, at Letterkenny, CATHERINE, sister of MESSRS EDWARD and PATRICK COYLE

 

November 27 1866 

November 15, at the Ards, near Ramelton, Mary, relict of the late MR SAMUEL FLOYD, aged 85 years

 

January 8 1867 

On the 31st December, at Letterkenny, county Donegal, after a very brief illness in the prime of life, the REV JOHN ROBINSON, Reformed Presbyterian Minister. He is survived by his wife and two children of tender years

 

January 15 1867 

On Wednesday last, a man named McGROARTY, from Carrowkeel whilst returning from Letterkenny called into a public house owned by a MR DUFFY, and had a glass of whiskey. He subsequently continued his journey home, when about a mile from the public house, found that he was unable to continue. He was taken into a nearby house where whilst being attended to by DR THORP, he died. An inquest jury returned the verdict that he "died from disease of the heart"

 

March 1 1867 

February 12, after a lingering illness, Rebecca, second daughter of MR HENRY PARK, of Glencar, near Letterkenny, aged 16 years

 

March 16 1867 

March 10, at Letterkenny, JAMES DIVER, ESQ., father of the REV MR DIVER, Parish Priest of Clondahorkey, county

 

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On the 3rd March, at Cayuga, Upper Canada, aged 24 years, ROBERT GRIFFITH, the only son of ROBERT GRIFFITH, ESQ., and the nephew of the REV V.P. GRIFFITH, Rector of Ardnadrean, Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

March 15 1867 

March 9, at the Loretto Convent, Manchester, in religion SISTER BENEDICTA, KATE, eldest daughter of JOSEPH GALLAGHER, ESQ., of Letterkenny, T.C

 

March 22 1867

March 11, at Letterkenny, in the 68th year of his age, MR CHARLES GILLESPIE, ropemaker

 

April 16 1867

April 7, at Carrygawley, near Letterkenny, MR ALLEN WILEY, aged 81 years

 

April 19 1867

April 7, at Listillion, Letterkenny, SAMUEL WRIGHT, in his 74th year

 

May 14 1867

May 4, at Scotswood Terrace, Newcastle of Tyne, ALEXANDRINA, only child of MR ALEXANDER BIRNEY, merchant, Letterkenny, aged two years

 

June 25 1867  

An inquest was held on Saturday last at Letterkenny by Dr. Long, Coroner, into the death of SAMUEL COULTER, aged eight years, son of MR JAMES COULTER, clerk to the County Inspector. The child had retired, in good health, on Thursday evening, at about midnight he was seized with a violent retching which continued until six o'clock on the following evening when he died. F.T. PORTER, ESQ., L.R.C.S.I., who had attended the boy, stated in evidence that death had been caused by the purpuric fever know as "Black Death", and that death had been accelerated by the too free use of sweets and unripe fruit. A verdict was arrived at in accordance with the facts

 

June 21 1867 

June 12, the infant son of MR ROBERT HENDERSON, of Letterkenny, aged 3 days

 

July 19 1867 

July 17, at Letterkenny, JAMES PATTERSON, ESQ., of Manchester, aged 48 years

 

July 26 1867  

Dr Long, coroner, has held an inquest at the District Lunatic Asylum, Letterkenny, county Donegal, on the body of PATRICK COYLE, Rathmullan, a patient. The Jury returned the following verdict: "We find that the deceased Patrick Coyle, on the 21st day of July, 1867, at Letterkenny Asylum, in the Parish of Conwall, and county of Donegal, died from the effects of a wound inflicted by himself with a razor, on the 15th day of July 1867, whilst of unsound mind."

 

September 13 1867 

September 6, at Barkhill Cottage, Letterkenny, BARBARA MARY, the beloved wife of Quarter Master JOHN KELLY, Prince of Wales' Donegal Artillery, in her 45th year

 

January 14 1868

January 13, at her residence, 3 Church Wall, Londonderry, ISABELLA, daughter of the late ALEXANDER WALLEN, ESQ., of Oatlands, near Letterkenny

 

January 21 1868

January 17, at The Cottage, Falcaragh, Letterkenny, MR JOHN YOUNG, late of Stewartstown, aged 81 years

 

April 10 1868

April 5, at her residence, Prince Edward Terrace, Blackrock, ANNE, relict of the late ROBERT WYLIE, ESQ., Surgeon R.N., of Letterkenny, county Donegal

 

May 12 1868  

May 7, at Oaklands, Letterkenny, SARAH KATE, aged 21 years, the eldest and beloved child of the REV O. LEITCH

 

August 4 1868 

On the 29th July, at the residence of her son, 52 Little Woolton Street, Liverpool, JANE MARY,  relict of the late MR WILLIAM McELWEE, formerly of Glencar, Letterkenny, and for some years a resident of Londonderry

 

December 15 1868

November 23, at Letterkenny, MR WILLIAM WRAY, aged 68 years

 

December 24 1868

December 19, at Glendooan, after a few days' illness, ALFRED JOHN, aged 20 years, third son of the REV HENRY KINGSMILL, Rector of Conwall, Letterkenny

 

January 1 1869

Dec 23, at the residence of his brother, Letterkenny, JAMES PEOPLES, ESQ

 

January 8 1869

January 5, at the residence of his father in law, W. JOHNSTON, 1 East Wall, Derry, JAMES STEEL BOVAIRD, aged 29 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Letterkenny, today, Friday, at 9 o'clock

 

January 12 1869

Jan 1, 1868, at Auckland, New Zealand, JAMES, eldest son of the late MR JAMES WILSON, of Letterkenny, aged 36 years

 

February 23 1869  

Feb 15, at Letterkenny, MR DAVID McKELVEY, ESQ., in his 78th year. Deceased was from Newtownards, and for 49 years held the position of book keeper of the Ards Estate, county Donegal, having resigned that position in 1852

 

March 26 1869

March 25, at his son's residence, Letterkenny, after a long illness, BENJAMIN MADDOCK, ESQ., formerly of the City of Limerick, aged 90 Years

 

April 13 1869 

April 2, Margaret, wife of the late JAMES BROWN, ESQ., of Bonagee, near Letterkenny

 

May 21 1869 

May 18, at the Manse, Letterkenny, LOUISA JANE, eldest daughter of the REV JOHN KINNEAR, aged 18 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Donoughmore churchyard, on Saturday the 22nd inst. at 10 o'clock

 

July 30 1869 

July 26, at his father's residence, Ballyshannon, aged 21 years, CHARLES MACARTNEY, assistant accountant, Belfast Bank, Letterkenny

 

August 10 1869

July 31, at Ballyraine, WILLIAM RAMSAY, ESQ., late of Dunfanaghy, aged 64 years

 

September 17 1869 

Sept. 7, at his residence, Letterkenny, MR THOMAS HAY, aged 62 years

 

October 1 1869  

Sept. 21, at Letterkenny, BERNARD ROONEY, master gunner

 

December 10 1869 

Dec. 6, at Letterkenny, MR ROBERT WALKER, R.I.C., aged 34 years

 

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