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

Transcribed from the Londonderry Sentinel 1829-69

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

December 17 1836

On the 8th inst., the lady of SAMUEL RANKIN, ESQ., of Carndonagh, of a son and heir

 

May 26 1838

On Sunday morning last, the 20th inst., the lady of SAMUEL RANKIN, ESQ., of Carndonagh, of a son

 

March 21 1851

February 25, at Carndonagh, the wife of the REV. SIMON J. FAUSSET, of twin sons

 

August 27 1852

On Sunday morning, the 22nd inst., the lady of the REV. N.O. MARTIN, Rector of Carndonagh, of a daughter

 

February 24 1854

At the Rectory, Carndonagh, on Thursday, the 16th inst., the lady of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a daughter

 

September 21 1855

On the 13th inst., at Carndonagh, the wife of MR. JOHN MCCANDLESS, of a daughter

 

January 4 1856

At the Rectory, Carndonagh, on Sunday last, the lady of the Rev. N.C. Martin, of a son

 

December 11 1857

At Carndonagh Rectory, on the 9th inst., the lady of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a daughter

 

August 12 1859

At Carndonagh Rectory, on the 5th inst., the wife of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a daughter

 

November 16 1860

November 9, at Carndonagh, county Donegal, the wife of MR. JAMES FRASER, Inland Revenue, of a daughter

 

May 24 1861

May 20, at Carndonagh Rectory, the wife of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a son

 

August 9 1861

August 2, at Moss Cottage, Carndonagh, the wife of MR. NEAL DOHERTY, of a son

 

& 1861

On the 2nd August, at Carndonagh, the wife of MR. JOHN HARVEY, of a daughter

 

October 17 1862

October 16, at Carndonagh Constabulary Barrack, the wife of CONSTABLE BYRNE, of a daughter

 

November 28 1862

November 28, at Carndonagh, the wife of SUB-CONSTABLE BERNARD MCCABE, of a son

 

November 13 1863

February 5, at the Rectory, Carndonagh, the wife of the REV. N.O. MARTIN, of a daughter

 

June 7 1864

May 31, at the Rectory, Carndonagh, the wife of the REV. NICHOLAS C. MARTIN, of a son

 

September 30 1864

September 17, at Carndonagh Constabulary Barrack, the wife of MR. RICHARD DEACON, of a son

 

May 23 1865

May 17, at Bridge Street, Carndonagh, the wife of MR. BERNARD MCGEOGHAN, draper, of a son

 

November 17 1865

November 7, at Ardess, county Fermanagh, the wife of MR. RICHARD DEACON, Constabulary, Carndonagh, of a son

 

December 1 1865

November 25, at the Rectory, Carndonagh, the wife of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a daughter

 

March 1 1867

February 20, the wife of REV. N. MARTIN, of Donagh Rectory, of a daughter

 

May 31 1867

On the 25th May, at Carndonagh, the wife of J.M. BINNS, ESQ., Glasgow, of a son

 

November 22 1867

November 10, at Carndonagh, the wife of MR. RICHARD DEACON, of a daughter

 

October 30 1868

October 28, at Carrick Cottage, Carndonagh, the wife of MR. J.M. BINNS, Glasgow, of a son

 

May 14 1869

May 8, at the Rectory, Carndonagh, the wife of the REV. N.C. MARTIN, of a son

 

Marriages

 

November 12 1831

On the 30th October, at the Church of Clonmany, by the Rev. Mr. Molloy, MICAH C. RANKIN, ESQ., Bridge Cottage, Donagh, to MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of CAPTAIN METCALFE, late Royal Veteran Battalion, Dresden

 

May 31 1834

At Edgbaston, near Birmingham, on the 20th inst., the REV. WILLIAM KNOX MARSHALL, Incumbent of St. Mary's, Bridgenorth, Salop, and son of the REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, Rector of Donagh, in the county of Donegal, to LOUISA SOPHIA, third daughter of the REV. WILLIAM MARSH, Rector of St. Thomas's, Birmingham, and granddaughter of the late GENERAL SIR CHARLES MARSH, K.C.B., of Reading, Berks

 

March 19 1836

On Thursday, the 17th inst., in the Cathedral Church of St. Eunan, Raphoe, by the Rev. Thomas Irwin, SAMUEL RANKIN, ESQ., of Carndonagh, attorney at law, to SARAH JANE, youngest daughter of the late REV. ARCHIBALD MCCAUSLAND, of Fernhill, near Kilmacrenan

 

July 23 1836

On the 18th inst., by the Rev. George Marshall, Rector of Donagh, MR. ROBERT MITCHELL, of Kindraghead, Parish of Culdaff, to REBECCA, youngest daughter of MR. DAVID DUNCAN, Carrickafaden, in the Parish of Donagh

 

July 15 1837

July 13, in St. Anne's Church, by the Rev. Robert Singleton, the REV. THOMAS MARSHALL, of Donagh in the county Donegal, to CHARLOTTE, only daughter of the late R. GORMAN, ESQ

 

September 16 1837

On Thursday morning, the 7th inst., at Donagh Church, by the Rev. George Marshall, GEORGE RAMSAY, ESQ., Lieut., R.N. to ANNE, youngest daughter of FRANCIS O'DONNELL, ESQ., Sub Inspector of Revenue Police, Carndonagh

 

December 16 1837

At Calcutta, on the 28th August, HENRY M. LAWRENCE, Captain In the Bengal Artillery, to HONORIA, youngest surviving daughter of REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, of Donagh, county Donegal

 

February 3 1838

At Carndonagh Church, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. George Marshall, Rector, JAMES MARTEN WILSON, ESQ., Officer of Excise, Strabane, to AGNES SARAH, second daughter of MR. THOMAS JOHNSTON, of Glentaugher

 

October 3 1840

On the 27th ult., by the Right Rev. Dr. McLaughlin, MR. DANIEL KELLY, surgeon, Carndonagh, to BRIDGET, youngest daughter of the late ROBERT MCINTYRE, ESQ., of this City

 

October 10 1840

On Thursday, the 8th inst., in the Cathedral Church, Raphoe, by the Rev. Thomas Irwin, MICAH C. RANKIN, ESQ., of Bridge Cottage, Carndonagh, to REBECCA MARY, fourth daughter of the late ALEXANDER MACKIE, ESQ., of Raphoe

 

January 16 1841

In Donagh Church, by the Rev. William Yate, THOMAS WYBRANTS, of the parish of Templemore, engineer, to JULIA ANNE, eldest daughter of the late JOHN LITTON ROGERS, Sub Inspector of Police, Carndonagh

 

May 29 1841

On the 12th inst., at Donagh Church, by the Rev. William Yate, MR. THOMAS SPRINGALL, of the Coast Guard Service, to ELIZABETH, only daughter of LIEUTENANT WALL, R.N., Port Redford

 

April 23 1842

In this City, on the 21st inst., by the Right Rev. Dr. McLaughlin, MR. DANIEL SWEENY, of Carndonagh, to MISS MARY CLARKE, Moville, eldest daughter of the late CAPTAIN JOHN CLARKE, formerly of this Port

 

March 22 1845

On the 18th inst., by the Rev. Robert Gray, Burt, at the residence of the bride's father, Rockmount, Carndonagh, MR. THOMAS WITHEROW, of Drumhaggart, to MARGARET, second daughter of the REV. ROBERT ROGERS

 

April 5 1845

On the 28th ult., MR. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, of Carndonagh, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late MR. ALEXANDER KENNEDY, of Buncrana

 

October 11 1845

On the 21st August, at Madras, CAPTAIN H.O. MARSHALL, of the 22nd Madras Native Infantry, son of the REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, of Donagh, county Donegal, to CHARLOTTE, youngest daughter of the late J. LAMBERT, of Aggarel, county of Galway, Esq

 

February 14 1846

On the 3rd inst., in Burt Church, by the Rev. Conolly Cheevers, MR. WILLIAM DUNCAN, of Gortnacool, Donagh, to MISS ANNE JANE PORTER, Carrowan

 

April 8 1848

On the 28th ult., at Malin Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Canning, MR. JAMES FULTON, of Lag, to MARGARET, youngest daughter of MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Carndonagh

 

July 22 1848

On Monday, 10th inst., at Carndonagh Church, by the Rev. George Marshall, Rector, MR. GEORGE K. MITCHELL, of Kindrayhead, to REBECCA SUSAN, eldest daughter of MR. WILLIAM HORE, Coast Guard Officer at Malin Head

 

August 10 1849

On the 27th ult., by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, JAMES COOKE, ESQ., Inland Officer of Excise, Carndonagh, to MARY JANE MOORE, daughter of MR. ROBERT MOORE, of Churchtown

 

October 19 1849

At Carndonagh, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Neil Devine, C.C., JAMES CARR WICKHAM, ESQ., Sub Inspector of Constabulary, third son of JOHN WICKHAM, ESQ., J.P., late of Madeboy House, county Limerick, to MARY, third daughter of CHARLES DOHERTY, ESQ., Carndonagh

 

February 14 1851

On the 6th inst., in the Parish Church of Donagh, by the Rev. S.J. Fausset, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Shandy Hall, to ANGELINA, only daughter of WILLIAM HOLTON, ESQ., of Claremount

 

September 5 1851

On the 1st July, in Carndonagh Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. Canning, MR. CHARLES MCCUE, Swinford, county Mayo, to MISS MARGARET ARNOTT, Carndonagh

 

April 28 1854

On the 18th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Carndonagh, by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, A.M., MR. ELIJAH NORTHEY, Mining Captain, Silver Mines, Glentogher, to MISS ISABELLA KIRKPATRICK, only daughter of MR. ROBERT KIRKPATRICK, Glentogher House

 

April 8 1856

On the 26th March, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Malin Head, JOHN O'DOHERTY, ESQ., of Carndonagh,  to REBECCA, the eldest daughter of JAMES O'DOHERTY, ESQ., of Park House, Ballygorman

 

January 21 1859

On the 12th inst., by the Rev. Paul Bradley, P.P., MR. WILLIAM O'DOHERTY, the Parks, to ANNE O'NEIL, daughter of MR. CHARLES DOHERTY, Carndonagh

 

February 18 1859

On the 1st February, in Ballykelly Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. T.Y. Killen, MR. SAMUEL SCOTT, Baskill, Carndonagh, to MARY, second daughter of MR. GEORGE KANE, Broglasgow, Newtownlimavady

 

September 9 1859

September 8, at Knowhead Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, A.M., MR. JAMES FRASER, Officer of Inland Revenue, to CATHERINE ANNE, daughter of the late MR. ROBERT MOORE, of Churchtown, Carndonagh

 

September 14 1860

On the 12th September, in the Parish Church of Donagh, by the Rev. Robert Chichester, ROBERT FULTON, ESQ., the eldest son of the late MAJOR METCALF, to LIZZIE, the widow of the late C.T. MOSS, Royal Artillery, and the third daughter of the REV. SIR WILLIAM J. MACARTNEY, BART., Rector of Desertegney

 

August 9 1861

August 1, at Carndonagh Church, by the Rev. N.C. Martin, MR. JOSEPH ALTKINSON, of Cashel, Glentougher, to MISS RACHEL FERGUE, of Scrawroe, Carrickafoden

 

June 19 1863

June 11, in the Presbyterian Church, Malin, by the Rev. Alexander Pinkerton, M.A., MR. SAMUEL RAMSEY, Gleneely, to MISS ANNE SCOTT, Tulnaree, Carndonagh

 

October 20 1863

October 15, at Lifford Church, MR. RICHARD DEACON, of the Carndonagh Constabulary, to MISS MARY ANNE MCCULLAGH, Ardess, county Fermanagh

 

May 20 1864

May 17, at Carndonagh Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, M.A., MR. WILLIAM GORDON, of Carndonagh, to MISS MARGRY LONG, of same Place

 

April 25 1865

April 19, at the Presbyterian Church Carndonagh, by the Rev. Alexander Pinkerton, MR. ROBERT MOORE, Churchtown, Carndonagh, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES FLEMING, Carthage House, Culdaff

 

October 21 1865

October 25, at the Registrar's Office, Carndonagh, MR. THOMAS BOWLER, late Royal Marines, to MISS CATHERINE MCDAID, of Buncrana

 

November 7 1865

November 1, at Lavey Roman Catholic Church, Maghera [Co Londonderry],by Rev. Mr. McKenna, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Mr. O'Doherty, C.C., brother of the bride, JAMES SHIVERS, ESQ., Brough House, to MISS BRIDGET O'DOHERTY, Carndonagh

 

January 16 1866

January 13, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Long Tower, by the Rev. D. McGee, C.C., MR. JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, of Londonderry, to MISS SARAH BRADLEY, of Carndonagh

 

May 1 1866

April 17, at Carndonagh Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. Paul Bradley, P.P., MR. CHARLES NELSON, of Carndonagh, to TERESA, only daughter of JAMES DOHERTY, ESQ., Ardbarrack

 

January 25 1867

January 17, at Carndonagh Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, MR. JAMES KILPATRICK, GOREY, to MARIA, eldest daughter of MR. ALEXANDER MOORE, Strodden

 

June 18 1867

June 13, in the Presbyterian Church, Malin, by the Rev. A. Pinkerton, A.M., Carndonagh, MR. ROBERT BOGGS, Westmoreland county. U.S.A., to MISS LILLY ANN BOGGS, Sheskin, Malin, county Donegal

 

February 18 1868

February 7, in the Presbyterian Church of Greenbank, by the Rev. Samuel Irvine, MR. ROBERT ELDER, Carndonagh, to MARY, youngest daughter of the late MR. THOMAS CARMICHAEL, Cabry

 

September 29 1868

September 22, in the Carndonagh Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. James McLaughlin, C.C., NEAL NELSON, son of the late NEAL NELSON, ESQ., to MARGERY TERESA, daughter of PHILIP J. DOHERTY, ESQ., merchant, both of Carndonagh

 

December 24 1868

December 19, in St. Mary's Convent Chapel, Moville, by the Rev. William O'Doherty, Adm., DENIS MCCLOSKEY, ESQ., A.M., Inland Revenue, to MARY, daughter of MR. WILLIAMO'DOHERTY, of Moville and Carndonagh

 

January 12 1869

Jan 7, in the Roman Catholic Chapel, Carndonagh, by the Rev. John McCullogh, MR. MICHAEL DOHERTY, to MARY, daughter of the late MR. PATRICK MCGONIGAL, both of Kinaglug

 

February 16 1869

Feb 9, at Carndonagh Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. James McLaughlin, C.C., assisted by the Rev. John J. O'Callaghan, brother to the bride, MR. DANIEL O'DOUGHERTY, Clonmany, to CECILY, only daughter of MR. WILLIAM O'CALLAGHAN, Glenagannon

 

April 20 1869

April 15, at the Presbyterian Church, Carndonagh, by the Rev. Alexander Pinkerton, A.M., ALEXANDER HENDERSON, ESQ., Culdaff, to MISS SARAH JANE COOKE, niece of ROBERT MOORE, ESQ., Churchtown, Carndonagh

 

May 14 1869

May 6, at Carndonagh Parish Church, by the Rev. N.C. Martin, MR. JOHN FOLEY, of Larne, county Antrim, to MAGGIE, eldest daughter of the late MR. JOHN GILLESPIE, innkeeper, Carndonagh, county Donegal

 

September 28 1869

September 23, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Ballybrack, by the Rev. Michael Fernan, CAPTAIN JOHN HAROLD, of Moville, to MARIANNE, only daughter of the late MR. DANIEL SWEENEY, of Carndonagh

 

16 January 1886 Londonderry Sentinal

January 14, at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Carndonagh, by the Rev M Devine, CC., Mr John Farren, Carrowtrasna, Moville, to Jane, second daughter of the late Hugh McLaughlin, Ballyloskey, Carndonagh

 

 

Deaths

 

March 27 1830

At his residence, at Knockglass, near Carndonagh, on the 3rd February, CAPTAIN JAMES YOUNG, of the 8th Royal Veteran Battalion, aged 73 years

 

December 13 1834

At Cuddapah [India], on the 10th May, in the 34th year of his age, LIEUTENANT AND ADJUTANT GEORGE BRISTOW MARSHALL, son of the REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, Donagh, Carn, of the 17th Regiment of Native Infantry

 

August 16 1834

On the 5th inst., in College Square, Belfast, MRS. SAUNDERS, relict of the late G.W. SAUNDERS, ESQ., of the Hon. East India Company's  Donagh

 

August 19 1837

At Fairhill House, Carndonagh, county Donegal, on Tuesday 15th inst., JAMES MAGILL, ESQ., formerly of this City. His remains were conveyed to this City and were buried in the tomb of his father

 

May 5 1838

At his residence, on Tuesday the 24th ult., in the 60th year of his age, the REV. JAMES QUINN, P.P., of Carndonagh

 

June 1 1839

At Madras, on the 21st of January, SOPHIA GORE BRIGGS, aged 34, wife of CAPTAIN JAMES BRIGGS, 13th Madras Native Infantry, and daughter of the REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, Rector of Donagh, county of Donegal

 

June 8 1839

Suddenly at Carndonagh, on Tuesday the 28th day of May, JOHN LITTON ROGERS, ESQ., Chief Officer of the Constabulary, leaving a widow and two daughters

 

February 21 1846

On the 12th inst., in the 84th year of his age, and the 38th of his ministry, the REV. REUBEN ROGERS, Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Carndonagh

 

November 14 1846

At Carndonagh, on the 30th ult., after a protracted illness, MR. PATRICK DOHERTY, in the 64th year of his age

 

April 29 1848

On Saturday, the 15th inst., at Carndonagh, MR. DANIEL SWEENY, woollen draper

 

March 31 1849

Of fever, at Carndonagh, on Thursday, the 8th inst., in the 60th year of her age, MARGARET, wife of MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL

 

May 19 1849

At the residence of her brother in law, SAMUEL RANKIN, ESQ., of Teirnaleigue House, Carndonagh, on Wednesday morning, the 16th inst., ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of the late REV. ARCHIBALD MCCAUSLAND, of Fern Hill, parish of Kilmacrenan, in the county of Donegal

 

June 16 1849

At his residence in Colin, near Carndonagh, on Saturday, the 9th inst., MR. DANIEL MCCRANE, JUN., aged 24 years

 

July 9 1849

Suddenly, on the 27th ult., near Carndonagh, MRS. MCLELLAND

 

August 2 1850

On the 29th ult., at Carndonagh, of typhus fever, MRS. CAREY, Postmistress of that Place for the past 27 years

 

April 5 1851

On the 28th ult., at Carrick Cottage, Carndonagh, of consumption, aged 22 years, NASSAU FOSTER, eldest son of LIEUTENANT PENFOLD, R.N

 

August 29 1851

On the 18th inst., at Bridge Cottage, Carndonagh, GAWIN WILLIAM HAMILTON ROWAN, ESQ., of consumption, Sub Inspector of Constabulary, in his 28th year

 

October 17 1851

On the 10th inst., at his residence, Donagh Glebe, county Donegal, the REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, M.A., for 43 years the revered and beloved Rector of that Parish

 

January 23 1852

On the 11inst., at Drumaville, near Carndonagh, county Donegal, ELLEN, youngest daughter of the late DANIEL MCSHEFFERY, ESQ., formerly a merchant in Derry

 

March 10 1854

On the 15th January, at Mount Aboo, India, in her 45th year, HONORIA, wife of SIR HENRY M. LAWRENCE, K.C.B., and only surviving daughter of the late REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, Rector of Carndonagh, county Donegal

 

July 20 1855

At her residence, near Carndonagh, on the 11th inst., aged years, MARGARET FOY, the wife of GEORGE FOY, ESQ., late Lieutenant, Revenue Police, Malin

 

April 25 1856

On the 18th inst., at Glen House, Carndonagh, MICHAEL DOHERTY, ESQ., aged 78 years

 

April 23 1858

On the 18th inst., at Carndonagh, ALEXANDER NOBLE, ESQ., M.D., aged 37 years

 

August 26 1859

On Monday, 22d inst., in the 31st year of his age, EDWARD, second son of MR. JOHN KEARNEY, Carndonagh

 

September 2 1859

August 22, in the 31st year of his age, EDWARD, second son of MR. JOHN KEARNEY, Carndonagh

 

March 16 1860

On the 5th March, at Carndonagh, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, aged 98 years. Deceased was an elder in the Presbyterian Church, Carndonagh

 

June 14 1861

June 9, at the residence of her son in law, the REV. ALEX PINKERTON, Carndonagh, ELIZABETH, relict of the late JOSEPH THOMPSON, ESQ., of Ballyarnett, aged 73 years

 

August 23 1861

August 10, at her father's residence, Carndonagh, county Donegal, Mary, wife of JAMES C. WAKHAM, Esq., Sub Inspector of Constabulary, Borrisokane, county Tipperary

 

March 21 1862

March 14, at Carndonagh, in her 20th year, MARIA, daughter of the late MAJOR METCALFE

 

July 11 1862

July 2, at the Park House, Londonderry, SUSAN, daughter of MR. CHARLES DOUGHERTY, Carndonagh, aged 24 years

 

August 22 1862

On the 18th August, at Carndonagh, TERESA, daughter of MR. CHARLES DOHERTY

 

December 5 1862

November 9, at Philadelphia, ELIZA, wife of MR. WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, and eldest daughter of the late MR. JOHN YOUNG, of Carndonagh, Ireland

 

June 26 1863

June 14, at 285 Argyle Street, Glasgow, MR. THOMAS STIRLING SMITH, compositor, Glasgow Mail, aged 23 years, deservedly regretted by his numerous friends in Glasgow and Carndonagh

 

February 23 1864

February 16, MARY DIVER, aged 102 years, relict of the late Mr. MICHAEL DIVER, Whitehouse, Whin Park, near Carndonagh

 

February 26 1864

On the 21st February, at Carndonagh Constabulary Barracks, ELIZA, second daughter of CONSTABLE JAMES BYRNE, aged one year and three months

 

July 29 1864

July 21, at Carndonagh, county Donegal, after a lingering illness, MR. ROGER P. O'DONNELL

 

October 7 1864

October 1, at the Carndonagh Constabulary Barrack, JOHN ROBERT, son of MR. RICHARD DEACON, aged five days

 

November 4 1864

November 1, in Manchester, Rebecca, wife of MR. JOHN DOHERTY, Carndonagh

 

February 28 1865

On the 20th February, at Glack, near Carndonagh, MR. JAMES DOHERTY, formerly teacher of the Craigtown National School, aged 50 years

 

June 19 1866

June 6, at the residence of her grandfather, MR. CHARLES DOHERTY, Carndonagh, MARY WICKHAM, aged 15 years

 

August 21 1866

August 12, at the residence of her sister, in Carndonagh, of inflammation, after a short illness, MARY BROWNE, daughter of the late MR. MATTHEW BROWNE, of Muff, county Donegal

 

October 19 1866

October 10, at Carndonagh, BRIDGET, youngest daughter of MR. CHARLES DOHERTY

 

November 16 1866

November 9, at Glack, near Carndonagh, MR. J. DOHERTY, aged 58 Years

 

January 29 1867

January 27, at the residence of her son in law, Milltown, Birdstown, SARAH, relict of the late REV. REUBEN ROGERS, late Minister of Carndonagh, and mother of the REV. ROBERT LONG ROGERS, Banagher, county Derry, aged 91 years

 

June 9 1868

June 1, at Craigtown, near Carndonagh, CATHERINE RISK, aged 95 Years

 

June 12 1868

June 6, at Corvish, near Carndonagh, MARGARET, wife of MR. JOHN MCCOLGAN, aged 53 years

 

September 7 1869

Sept. 5, at Greencastle, Eliza, the beloved wife of WILLIAM LUMSDEN, ESQ., late Sub Inspector of Constabulary. Her remains will be removed for interment in Donagh church yard, on Wednesday, the 8th instant at 10 o'clock

 

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