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

Extracted from personal notices inserted in the Strabane Morning Post, Londonderry Standard & Londonderry Sentinel

 

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

August 27 1831

On the 22nd inst., MRS WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, of Ballyshannon, of a son

 

February 11 1832

At Ballyshannon, on the 2nd inst., the lady of WILLIAM LEATHEM, ESQ., of this City, of a daughter

 

March 1 1834

On Tuesday last, in Ballyshannon, the lady of JOHN BRITTON, ESQ., of a daughter

 

August 5 1837

At Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, the lady of the REV GEORGE TREDENNICK, of a daughter

 

October 14 1837

On Thursday evening, in Ballyshannon, the lady of MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., of twin sons

 

December 9 1837

On Tuesday last, at Fortwilliam, the lady of WILLIAM TREDENNICK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

February 10 1838

On the 29th ult., at Ballyshannon, the lady of the REV MR MURPHY, Presbyterian Minister, of a son

 

March 31 1838

In Ballyshannon, the lady of W. ALLINGHAM, ESQ., manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, of a son

 

September 15 1838

On the 8th inst., at the Mullins, near Ballyshannon, the lady of ROBERT REYNOLDS, ESQ., of a son

 

November 3 1838

On Friday last, the lady of MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, of a son

 

February 9 1839

Jan. 27, at Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, the lady of WILLIAM TREDENNICK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

May 4 1839

On Friday evening week, at Kildoney Glebe, the lady of the REV GEORGE NESBITT TREDENNICK, Rector, of a daughter

 

February 1 1840

On Friday week, the lady of MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, of a daughter

 

August 15 1840

At Ballyshannon, county Donegal, on Thursday, the lady of JOHN BRITTON, ESQ., of a son

 

August 22 1840

August 13, at Stonewold Cottage, Ballyshannon, the lady of the REV GEORGE H. READE, of a daughter

 

November 28 1840

On the 20th inst., at Ballyshannon, the lady of THOMAS TROUTBRIDGE STUBBS, of a son

 

March 6 1841

At Fortwilliam, on Tuesday, the 16th ult., the lady of WILLIAM TREDENNICK, ESQ., of a daughter

 

June 5 1841

On Friday evening last, the lady of WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., manager of the Provincial Bank of Ballyshannon, of a son

 

May 22 1841

On Tuesday morning last, in Ballyshannon, the lady of MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., of a daughter

 

August 13 1842

In Ballyshannon, on Wednesday evening week, the lady of T.T. STUBBS, ESQ., of the Provincial Bank, of a daughter

 

October 15 1842

October 5th, at Kildoney Glebe, the lady of the REV GEORGE N. TREDENNICK, of a son

 

February 18 1843

At Higginstown House, Ballyshannon, SUSAN, the wife of FFRANCIS R. COTTON, of a daughter

 

March 1 1845

In Ballyshannon, county Donegal, on Monday week, the lady of MICHAEL LIPSETT, of a son

 

March 1 1845

On the 11th ult., in Fitzgibbon Street, Dublin, the lady of JOHN ATKINSON, ESQ., barrister at law, eldest son of THOMAS J. ATKINSON, ESQ., of Cavan Garden, county Donegal, of a son and heir

 

March 8 1845

On Wednesday last, at Fort William, near Ballyshannon, the lady of WILLIAM TREDENNICK, ESQ., of a son

 

September 4 1847

On Friday, the 27th ult., at Fortwilliam, the lady of WILLIAM TREDENNICK, ESQ., of a son

 

September 18 1847

September 8th, the lady of the REV ALEXANDER LOWRY, Presbyterian Minister, Ballyshannon, of a daughter

 

December 4 1847

At Ballyshannon, on Wednesday last, the lady of the late HENRY LIPSETT, ESQ., of a son

 

May 6 1848

At Ellichpoor, Madras [India], the lady of ANDREW W. MACINTIRE, of Ballyshannon, Captain of the Madras Horse Artillery, and 3rd Regiment Nizam's Light Cavalry, of a son and heir

 

May 13 1848

At Ballyshannon, the lady of the REV W. NIBLOCK, of a daughter

 

January 13 1849

On the 8th inst., the lady of J. JONES, ESQ., Supervisor of Excise, Ballyshannon, of a daughter

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In Ballyshannon, on the 6th inst., the lady of F.T. STUBBS, ESQ., Provincial Bank, of a son

 

October 5 1849

On the 29th August, at New York, the lady of JOHN HENRY O’DONNELL, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, county of Donegal, of a daughter

 

December 28 1849

At Higginstown House, Ballyshannon, on the 19th inst., the lady of HENRY COANE, ESQ., of a son

 

June 7 1850

In Ballyshannon, on Sunday Week, the lady of T.T. STUBBS, ESQ., of the Provisional Bank, of a daughter

 

October 11 1850

On the 24th ult., at Mullins House, Ballyshannon, the lady of ROBERT REYNOLDS, ESQ., of a daughter

 

December 6 1850

November 21st, at Laputa, near Ballyshannon, the lady of LIEUTENANT COLONEL WHYTE, of a daughter

 

December 27 1850

On Thursday, the 12th inst., the lady of JOHN STEPHENS, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, of a son

 

December 5 1851

On the 24th ult., in Ballyshannon, the lady of the late ROBERT McDONAGH, ESQ., formerly of Jamaica, of a son

 

December 12 1851

On Thursday morning, the lady of WILLIAM R. TREDENNICK, ESQ., Fortwilliam, of a daughter, her eleventh child

 

March 12 1852

On Thursday, the 4th inst., MRS CHISM, of Ballyshannon, of a son

 

October 15 1852

At Ballyshannon, on the 14th ult., the wife of THOMAS WATTS, ESQ., Supervisor of Inland Revenue, of a daughter

 

December 3 1852

November 21, at Kildoney Glebe, near Ballyshannon, the wife of CAPTAIN R.A. LOGAN, H.M. 57th Regiment, of a son

 

April 21 1854

On the 3rd inst., the lady of JOHN KING, ESQ., proprietor of the Erne Mills, Labuta, Ballyshannon, of a son

 

July 13 1855

On Saturday last, at Higginstown House, Ballyshannon, the wife of HENRY COANE, ESQ., of a daughter

 

July 17 1855

On the 11th inst., at Ballyshannon, the wife of MAJOR J.H.TODD, of the Prince of Wales Donegal Militia, of a son and heir

 

October 5 1855

September 27, the wife of JOHN R. DICKSON, ESQ., of Woodside, Ballyshannon, of a daughter

 

November 9 1855

On Saturday last, at the Mullins House, near Ballyshannon, the wife of ROBERT REYNOLDS, ESQ., of a son

 

February 29 1856

February 21st, at Kildoney Glebe, Ballyshannon, the wife of MAJOR LOGAN, 57th Regiment, of a son

 

February 26 1858

On the 17th inst., at Rock House, Ballyshannon, the wife of WILLIAM JONES, ESQ., of a daughter

 

May 14 1858

On Monday, the 4th inst., the wife of MR EDWARD CHISM, Ballyshannon, of a son

 

July 7 1859

June 27, at Ballyshannon, the wife of WILLIAM HENRY, ESQ., Sub Inspector of Constabulary, of a daughter

 

March 16 1860

On the 8th March, at Ballyshannon, the wife of MATTHEW MULHERN, ESQ., of a son

 

November 2 1860

October 28, at Ballyshannon, the wife of WILLIAM HENRY, ESQ., Sub Inspector of Constabulary, of a son

 

November 15 1861

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

 

November 29 1861

November 19, at Ballyshannon, the wife of WILLIAM HENRY, ESQ., Constabulary, of a son

 

June 13 1862

June 7, at Danby, Ballyshannon, the wife of PATRICK BRADY, ESQ., solicitor, of a daughter

 

March 13 1863

March 6, in Ballyshannon, the wife of MR JAMES McGLOIN, stamp distributor, of a son

 

August 11 1863

August 5, at Ballyshannon, the wife of the REV S.G. COCHRANE, of a daughter

 

September 15 1863

September 6, at Danby, Ballyshannon, the wife of PATRICK BRADY, ESQ., solicitor, of a daughter

 

June 7 1864

May 30, at Coolmore, Ballyshannon, the wife of CAPTAIN J.G. TREDENNICK, of a son

 

October 4 1864

September 28, at Ballyshannon, the wife of the REV S.G. COCHRANE, of a son

 

October 11 1864

October 1, at Ballyshannon, the wife of MATTHEW MULHERN, ESQ., Chairman of the Town Commissioners, of a son

 

May 2 1865

April 23, at Cavangarden, the wife of JOHN ATKINSON, ESQ., J.P., of a son

 

July 25 1865

July 20, in Ballyshannon, the wife of DAVID CRAWFORD, ESQ., solicitor, of twins - a son and a daughter

 

November 21 1865

November 12, at Ballyshannon, the wife of the REV S.G. COCHRANE, of a son

 

January 5 1866

December 24, at Coolmore, Ballyshannon, the wife of CAPTAIN JOHN G. TREDENNICK, of a son

 

January 16 1866

January 6, at Ballyshannon, the wife of MATTHEW MULHERN ESQ., Chairman of Town Commissioners, of a daughter

 

March 16 1866

March 7, the wife of WILLIAM GREEN, ESQ., Rock House, Ballyshannon, of a son

 

January 25 1867

January 19, at Danby, Ballyshannon, the wife of PATRICK BRADY, ESQ., Solicitor, of a son

 

January 29 1867

January 23, the wife of MR H.M. CARSON, Ballyshannon, of a son

 

June 23 1868

June 16, at Ballyshannon, the wife of JOHN DAVOREN, ESQ., H.M.'s Inland Revenue, of a son

 

November 3 1868

October 29, at Ballyshannon, the wife of MR ANDREW GREEN, JUN., of a daughter

 

April 16 1869

April 13, at the Wall, Ballyshannon, the wife of the REV JAMES BRADSHAW, Primitive Wesleyan Minister, of a son

 

Marriages

 

August 13 1822

At Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. Mr. Brandon, MR JOHN ANDERSON, of Farmhill, near Sligo, to MISS C. DAVIS, of Ballyshannon

 

July 22 1823

On Tuesday morning by the Rev. J. Horner, SAMUEL CRAWFORD, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, in the county of Donegal,  to MARGARET, youngest daughter of JOHN DUNCAN, ESQ., of Granby-row, Dublin

 

December 16 1823

On the 11th inst. in Finner church, by the Rev. Jas. Brandon, JOHN BARCLAY, ESQ. of this town [Strabane], to REBECCA, only daughter of the REV. JAMES BRANDON, of Cottage, near Ballyshannon

 

Nov 2 1824

SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., of Wardstown, near Ballyshannon, to FRANCIS, daughter of the late JOHN JOHNSTON, ESQ., Brookhill, in the county of Leitrim

 

April 4 1826

March 20, in St. Anne’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. William Manly, CAPTAIN REYNOLDS, 39th Regiment, to ELIZABETH JANE, daughter of the late G. TREDENNICK, ESQ. of Fort-William, near Ballyshannon

 

May 9 1826

On the 11th inst. in Finner church, by the Rev. Jas. Brandon, JOHN BARCLAY, ESQ. of this town, to REBECCA, only daughter of the REV. JAMES BRANDON, of Cottage, near Ballyshannon

 

Sept 1 1829

On Wednesday, the 26th ult, JAMES COCHRAN, ESQ., of Edenmore, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of the late DR. CRAWFORD, of Ballyshannon

 

March 13 1830

On Tuesday morning last, in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. Mr. Griffith, CAPTAIN BRITTON, of the brig William Tell, to JANE, second daughter of JOHN BRITTON, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

April 3 1830

On the 23rd ult., in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. George Frederick, WILLIAM LEATHEM, of this City [Londonderry], Esq., to DORCAS EMILY, eldest daughter of DOCTOR CRAWFORD, of Ballyshannon

 

April 10 1830

On the 30th March, at Ballyshannon, DOCTOR BRITTON, to MISS FOLINGSBY, daughter of MR. FOLINGSBY, ESQ., of said Town

 

May 22 1830

At Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. George Griffith, DR. JOHN BRITTON, to MARY CHINNERY, 2nd daughter of JOSEPH FOLINGSBY, ESQ., collector of Customs at that Port, granddaughter of the late, and niece of the present SIR BRODERICK CHINNERY, BART., Flint Field, county Cork

 

July 17 1830

On Tuesday last, in Ballyshannon Church, the REV. GEORGE GRIFFITH, to FRANCES CRAWFORD, widow of the late ROBERT CRAWFORD, ESQ., and daughter of JOHN FORBES, ESQ., of Danby, in the county Donegal

 

April 18 1831

On the 23rd ult., in the Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. George Griffith, LIEUTENANT KELSO, of the 83rd Regiment, to MISS ARABELLA LIPSETT, only daughter of JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

November 5 1831

On Thursday morning, in the Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. G. Griffith, JAMES JOHNSTON, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of the late JOHN ALLINGHAM, ESQ., of Port Nassau, near Ballyshannon

 

January 7 1832

On the 19th December 1831, by the Rev. John David, of Killeter, the REV. SAMUEL THOMPSON, Presbyterian Minister of Donegal and Ballyshannon, to MISS FANNY HUSTON, third daughter of the late REV. WILLIAM HUSTON, of Donegal and Ballyshannon

 

August 11 1832

On Friday morning week, in the Church of Ballyshannon, MR. JAMES COCKBURN, to MISS ELIZA THOMPSON, both of that Town

 

August 10 1833

On Thursday morning last, the 8th inst., by the Rev. George Griffith, in the Church of Ballyshannon, MR. DAVID CARTER, Proprietor of the "Ballyshannon Herald", to SARAH, youngest daughter of WILLIAM CARSON, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

November 9 1833

On Tuesday morning last, the 5th inst., in the Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. George Griffith, MR. DAVID CREIGHTON, of Dunkanelly, to JANE, eldest daughter of WILLIAM ERSKINE, of Ballyshannon, Esq

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On Wednesday last, the 6th inst., in the Parish Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. George Griffith, DR. W.F. GRUEBER, to MISS MARY ANNE ALLINGHAM, youngest daughter of the late JOHN ALLINGHAM, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

May 3 183

On Tuesday last, at Strabane, by the Rev. Mr. Gowdy, Presbyterian Minister, MR. THOMAS LIPSETT, of Cashel, near Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to ELLEN, second daughter of MR. ANDREW BLAIR, of Strabane, county Tyrone

 

May 10 1834

On the 8th inst., by the Rev. G.T. Ewing, MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to JANE, eldest daughter of JOHN MUNN, ESQ.,  of this City

 

May 7 1835

In Pettigo Church, by the Rev. George Harris, on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., MR. JOSEPH READ, of Ballyshannon, to MISS FRANCES SMYTH, daughter of MR. GEORGE SMYTH, Pettigo

 

April 25 1835

In the Parish Church of Kilbarron, by the Rev. George Tredennick, on Monday, the 20th inst., WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland at Ballyshannon, to ISABELLA, second daughter of the late DOCTOR JOHNSTON, of Ballyshannon

 

August 8 1835

July 30, at St. Mary's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. George Kelly, GEORGE YOUNG, ESQ., of Darien, Georgia, United States, to ELIZABETH, second daughter of THOMAS JOHN ATKINSON, ESQ., of Cavangarden, county Donegal

 

June 18 1836

On the 16th inst., at Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. George Tredennick, Rector, CAPTAIN STEPHENS, 14th King's Light Dragoons, third son of the late SAMUEL STEPHENS, ESQ., of Tregenna Castle, Cornwall, and 49 Baker Street, Portman Square, London, to ELIZA, only daughter of the REV JAMES BENSON TUTHILL, Rector Belleek parish, county Fermanagh, and granddaughter of MATHEW DAVIES, J.P., Ballyshannon, county Donegal, Esq

 

July 2 1836

June 23rd, at Caledon [Co Tyrone], MR. WALKER COCKBURN, of Ballyshannon, to JANE, eldest daughter of MR. E. TAYLOR

 

February 25 1837

February 7, in Finner Church, by the Rev. George Reade, JOHN HAMILTON, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to MARY ANNE, the eldest daughter of the late EDWARD FAWCETT, ESQ., of Rowantreehill

 

May 13 1837

 In Omagh, this week, MR. JAMES FEELY, of Ballyshannon, to MISS MOSS, of Omagh [Co Tyrone]

 

October 21 1837

In the Church of Enniskillen, on Thursday, by the Rev. R. Cleary, ANDREW RITTON, ESQ. , of Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to ELIZA JANE, eldest daughter of the late CAPTAIN MAGEE, of the 48th Regiment of Foot

 

September 1 1838

On Tuesday last, by the Rev. Thomas Fullerton, in the Church of Stranorlar, MR. JAMES BROWNE, proprietor of the Royal and Commercial Hotel, Ballyshannon, to ANNE, third daughter of MR. ROBERT MAGEE, of Trenamullen, near Stranorlar

 

March 23 1839

March 8, in Ballyshannon, county Donegal, WILLIAM ERSKINE, ESQ., to JUDITH, youngest daughter of G. HENDERSON, ESQ

 

November 9 1839

Yesterday morning, in the Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. George Griffith, T.T. STUBBS, ESQ., of the Provincial Bank, Ballyshannon, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of JOSEPH FOLINGSBY, ESQ., Collector of Her Majesty's Customs in Ballyshannon

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In the Mall Preaching House, Ballyshannon, on Thursday, by the Rev. Mr. Wiley, Curate of Ballyshannon, MR. JOHN LOCKHART, of Lisahally, to MISS MARGARET KEYS, of the same Place. The bride is both deaf and dumb

 

February 6 1841

At Maguiresbridge [Co Fermanagh], MR. EDWARD DUNDASS, of Ballyshannon, to MISS FORSTER, daughter of the late DR FORSTER, Maguiresbridge, and sister of the late Dr. Forster, of Tempo

 

June 12 1841

On the 25th April, at Agra, East Indies, DR. MACINTIRE, Hon. E.I.C.S., second son of CAPTAIN MACINTIRE, of Ballyshannon, to CHARLOTTE SARAH, daughter of COLONEL HOLBROW, 1st Regiment of Bengal Infantry

 

May 14 1842

On the 4th inst., at Trory Church [Co Fermanagh], by the Rev. Thomas Ovenden, Rector of Magheracross, MR. ABRAHAM DAWSON, Primitive Wesleyan Minister, Ballyshannon, to ANNE JANE, only daughter of THOMAS GRAHAM, ESQ., of Knockmanowl

 

March 16 1844

On the 7th inst., at Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. Mr. Tuthill, ROBERT LIPSETT, ESQ., Cashel House, to MARY, fourth daughter of JOHN LIPSETT, ESQ., of Nursery Cottage, Cashel

 

May 11 1844

In Ballyshannon, on the 15th ult., by the Rev. Daniel E. Coyle, MR. MICHAEL ROAN, printer, to MISS FRANCES CALDWELL, both of Ballyshannon

 

April 5 1845

In the Parish Church, on Monday last, by the Rev. Mr. Rentoul, HENRY LIPSETT, ESQ., to MARY, third daughter of ANDREW MACINTYRE, ESQ., both of Ballyshannon

 

June 15 1845

On the 12th inst., JOHN JOHNSTON ALLINGHAM, ESQ., of Willybrook, in the county of Donegal, to MARY ANN, daughter of the late SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., M.D., Ballyshannon

 

November 22 1845

On Wednesday morning last, in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. Mr. White, curate, MR. ROBERT KERR, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Minister, to MISS CHARLOTTE PATIENCE HARDINGE, youngest daughter of CAPTAIN HARDINGE, Donegal Militia

 

April 11 1846

In the Cathedral, on Tuesday, the 7th inst., by the Rev. John M. Staples, PECHELL IRVINE, ESQ., of this City [Londonderry], to MARGARET JANE, fourth daughter of the late THOMAS WILLIAM CRAWFORD, ESQ., M.D., Rockville, Ballyshannon

 

November 7 1846

On the 2nd inst., at Ballyshannon, by the Rev. T. Kelaghan, JOHN DOHERTY, ESQ., solicitor, Strabane, to FRANCES ANNE, the amiable and accomplished daughter of JOHN O'DONNELL, ESQ., surgeon, half pay, 77th Regiment

 

December 5 1846

On the 4th inst., in the Scots Church, Great James Street, Derry, by the Rev. James Denham, brother to the bride, the REV. ANDREW LOWRY, Ballyshannon, to JANE ELIZA, daughter of the late REV. JOSEPH DENHAM, of Killeshandra

 

June 12 1847

At Ballyshannon, on Thursday, by the Rev. Mr. Clemenger, WILLIAM JONES, ESQ., of Wales, Supervisor of Excise, to ELLEN, youngest daughter of the late THOMAS JOHNSTON, ESQ., M.D., of Ballyshannon, and sister of JAMES JOHNSTON, ESQ., M.D., of Sligo

 

November 6 1847

On the 26th ult., in the Catholic Chapel, at Ballyshannon, county Donegal, by the Rt. Rev. Dr. McGettigan, R.C. Bishop of Raphoe, ALEXANDER PENROSE MILLER, Captain in the 92nd Highlanders, and brother of SIR WILLIAM MILLER, Glenlee, to JULIA MONICA, daughter of the late SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., M.D., Ballyshannon, and cousin of the late RIGHT HON. O'CONNOR DON, M.P., for the county of Roscommon

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October 23rd, at Ballyshannon, by the Rev. J. Schoales, EDWARD ATTHILL, ESQ., fourth son of the late REV. WILLIAM ATTHILL, of Ardess, Kesh, county Fermanagh, to JANE, eldest daughter of the late LOWTHER BRIEN, ESQ., of Ardverney, county Fermanagh, and niece of DR. BRIEN, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

March 18 1848

On the 16th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Raphoe, by the bride's brother, the Rev. Andrew Lowery, of Ballyshannon, MR. WILLIAM WILSON, of Carrickmore, to CAROLINA, fourth daughter of the late JOHN LOWERY, ESQ., of Drumcrow, near Raphoe

 

September 16 1848

September 12, at Monkstown Church [Dublin], by the Rev. St. George Williams, CHARLES HAYDON, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to CHARLOTTE HARRIET, youngest daughter of the late JOHN STANLEY, ESQ., of Gloucester Street, and niece of SIR EDWARD STANLEY

 

October 21 1848

In Edinburgh, ANDREW GREEN, ESQ., of Rathbrogan, in the county of Sligo, to MARIANNE, youngest

 

daughter of DOCTOR W. THOMPSON, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

November 18 1848

At St. John's N.B., on the 17th October, by the Very Rev. James Dunphy, V.G, DENIS MACGOWAN, ESQ., M.D., of Boston, U.S., son of JAMES MACGOWAN, ESQ., merchant, Ballyshannon, Ireland, to LOUISA, daughter of the late WILLIAM DOHERTY, ESQ., merchant, Strabane, Ireland

 

January 20 1849

On the 10th inst., at Portadown, by the Rev. Henry D.E. Willis, MR. JOHN McDONAGH, merchant, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to MARTHA, third daughter of HUGH MATHEWS, ESQ., Annagh House, Portadown

 

October 18 1850

On the 15th inst., at Kilbarron Parish Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. Edward George Dougherty, JAMES JOHNSTON, ESQ., of Sligo, and Lowry, county Fermanagh, to JANE, daughter of WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., Manager Provincial Bank, Ballyshannon

 

February 28 1851

On the 18th inst., by the Rev. D.E. Coyle, JAMES SHEIL DOUGHERTY, ESQ., of Redcastle, county Donegal, to LOUISA AUGUSTA, daughter of the late SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., M.D., of Ballyshannon

 

March 21 1851

In the Church of Ballyshannon, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. George N. Tredennick, A.M., Vicar of Kilbarron, SARAH EMILY, only daughter of SAMUEL CRAWFORD, ESQ., to the REV. WALTER RIKY, Incumbent of Queensboro, Kent

 

September 12 1851

September 2nd, in St. Michael's Church, Limerick, JOHN, second son of WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late WILLIAM CHRISTIAN, ESQ., of Rathbraghan, county Sligo

 

February 13 1852

February 3, in Kilbarron Church, Ballyshannon, CAPTAIN ROBERT A. LOGAN, of the 57th Regiment, to ANNE NESBITT, second daughter of the REV. GEORGE N. TREDENNICK, of Kildoney Glebe, county Donegal

 

June 4 1852

April 1st. at Nagpoor [India], WILLIAM HENRY MILLER, ESQ., Major Madras Artillery, to ANNE, second daughter of the late CAPTAIN ANDREW MACINTIRE, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

May 20 1853

On the 6th inst., in the Parish Church of Kilbarron, by the Rev. Edward George Dougherty, MR WILLIAM TRIMBLE, of Ballyshannon, merchant, to MARY JANE, only daughter of the late MR. JOSIAH JOHNSTON, of the same Place

 

July 8 1853

June 30th, at Ballyshannon, in the Parish Church of Kilbarron, by the Rev. James Atkinson, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. E.G. Dougherty, JOHN HUTCHINSON KEOGH, ESQ., eldest son of the late WILLIAM KEOGH, ESQ., of Rockfield, county of Dublin, to CHARLOTTE ANNA, youngest daughter of THOMAS J. ATKINSON, ESQ., of Cavangarden, Ballyshannon

 

October 14 1853

On the 5th inst., in Trory Church [Co Fermanagh], by the Rev. H.M. Archdall, THOMAS GREEN, ESQ., Ballyshannon, to ANNE JANE, eldest daughter of JOHN HALLIDAY, ESQ., of Ballycassidy, near Enniskillen

 

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

 

January 25 1856

On Tuesday last, on the Parish Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. E.G. Dougherty, MR. THOMAS MORROW, of the Abbey, to MARGARET, second daughter of the late MR. JOHN PATTERSON, of Carricknahorna

 

July 27 1856

July 22, at Kilbarron Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. George Nesbitt Tredennick, father of the bride, CHARLES KING COLHOUN, ESQ., Captain, Prince of Wales Own Donegal Militia, only son of the late CHARLES KING COLHOUN, ESQ., formerly of Fox Hall, county Donegal, to LYDIA, third daughter of the REV. GEORGE NESBITT TREDENNICK, of Kildoney Glebe

 

August 1 1856

On the 23rd ult., at Rossnowlagh Church, by the Rev. J.L. Crookshank, MR. JAMES JENNINGS, of Toronto, to MISS E.A. FITZPATRICK, of Ballyshannon

 

January 16 1857

On the 6th inst., in the Parish Church of Kilteevock, by the Rev. James Ramsay, Incumbent, MR. JOHN DONALDSON, of Belleek, Parish of Kilbarron, to HANNAH, daughter of MR. SAMUEL DONALDSON, of Welshtown, Parish of Kilteevock

 

April 10 1857

On the 7th inst., at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. R.S. Brooke, J. BALL, ESQ., H.M. 10th Regiment, eldest son of the late J.C. BALL, ESQ.,  of Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to KATE, only daughter of the late JOSEPH LECKY, ESQ., of Dublin

 

August 21 1857

On the 11th inst., at St. Patrick's Church, Ballymena [Co Antrim] , by the Rev. William Reeves, WILLIAM HENRY, Sub Inspector of Constabulary, Ballyshannon, to KATE, eldest daughter of the late REV. ROBERT MATTHEWS, Ballymena

 

March 19 1858

On the 18th December, at St. John's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Thomas Dowell, WILLIAM ANDREW, youngest son of the late CAPTAIN MACINTIRE, of Ballyshannon, to REBE LETITIA, daughter of the late SAMUEL ALLEYNE ROTHWELL, ESQ., Newtown, county Meath

 

August 6 1858

On the 1st inst., in the Roman Catholic Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. D. Spence, R.C.C., JOHN O'NEILL, ESQ., to ROSANNE, only daughter of MR. HUGH McMANUS, Ballyshannon

 

March 11 1859

On the 3d inst., at Stoke, next Guildford, by the Rev. W. Haydon, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Ludlam, JOHN GALBRAITH TREDENNICK, eldest son of the REV GEORGE N. TREDENNICK, Kildoney Glebe, county Donegal, Ireland, to EMILY DODSWORTH, daughter of the late JOSEPH HAYDON, ESQ., of Guildford

 

April 15 1859

April 7, in St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. William Dickson, uncle to the bride, THOMAS JOSEPH AITKINSON, Paymaster 21st Royal North British Fusiliers, second son of THOMAS JOHN AITKINSON, of Cavangarden, county of Donegal, Esq., to HESTER JANE, youngest daughter of the late HENRY FRANCIS CULLEN, formerly a Captain of the Leitrim Militia

 

September 23 1859

On the 8th September, in the Presbyterian Church of Ballyshannon, by the Rev. A. Lowry, MR. ALEXANDER McVICKER, of Londonderry, to KATE, youngest daughter of the late WILLIAM AGAR, ESQ., of Kilkenny

 

December 27 1861

On the 19th December, at Ballyshannon, by the Rev. S.G. Cochrane, MR. WILLIAM HICKS, officer of Inland Revenue, Enniskillen, to JANE, second daughter of the late WALKER COCKBURN, ESQ., Ballyshannon

 

July 18 1862

At St. Nicholas' Church, Carrickfergus, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Connor, a cousin to the bride, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Mussen, and afterwards at the Roman Catholic Church, by the Rev. John Cunningham, P.P., JOSEPH WILLIAM, 1st Lieutenant Royal Antrim Artillery, the fourth son of JOHN O'DONNELL, ESQ., Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to MARIANNA, the eldest daughter of the late DR. STEWART, and grand-daughter of the late SIR WILLIAM KIRK, Carrickfergus, county Antrim

 

October 10 1862

On the 6th October, in Clontarf Church, by the Rev. James Pratt, WILLIAM SCOTT, ESQ., Dunaheady, county of Tyrone, to FLORINDA, only child of EDWARD ALLINGHAM, ESQ., J.P., Stonewold, Ballyshannon

 

October 31 1862

October 15, at St. George's Church, Montreal, by the Rev. William Bond, MR. WALLACE GREEN, son of the late JOHN GREEN, ESQ., Rock House, Ballyshannon, to ELIZA, third daughter of JOSEPH READ, ESQ., formerly of Ballyshannon

 

February 20 1863

February 12, at St. Mary's, Dublin, by the Rev. T.H. Gill, B.A., of Castletown, Isle of Man, and brother in law to the bride, assisted by the Rev. T. Gibson, M.A., Curate of St. Mary's, WILLIAM GREEN, ESQ., Rock, Ballyshannon, to SUSAN ELIZABETH, second daughter of M. MONDS, ESQ., J.P., of Sligo

 

June 5 1863

June 2, at the Cathedral Church, Marlborough Street, Dublin, by the Rev. William Purcell, EDWARD BRADY, ESQ., of Rockfield, Ballyshannon, to MARGARET JOSEPHINE, youngest daughter of JOHN TIERNAN, ESQ., of Partick, Glasgow

 

July 14 1863

July 8, at Kilbarron Church, by the Rev. G.N. Tredennick, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Magee, D.D., Rector of Enniskillen, the REV. W.B. DALBY, Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, to MARCIA, fourth daughter of WILLIAM R. TREDENNICK, ESQ

 

October 13 1863

On the 1st October, in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. S.G. Cochran, MR. MOSES JENKINS, of Naveny, Stranorlar, to ANNE JANE, the second daughter of MR. LEWIS LIPSETT, of Cashel, Ballyshannon

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October 5, in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. S.G. Cochran, MR. JAMES LIPSETT, Dunedin, New Zealand, second son of MR. LEWIS LIPSETT, Cashel, Ballyshannon, to FRANCES, youngest daughter of MR. JAMES DUFFIELD, late Supervisor of Excise, Ballyshannon

 

October 16 1863

September 30, in the Parish Church, Urney [Co Tyrone], by the Rev. Charles Seymour, Rector of the Parish, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Crookshanks, FRANCIS JENNINGS, ESQ., Rosnola, Ballyshannon, to ANNIE JANE, youngest daughter of the late JOHN BAIRD, ESQ., Inchany

 

May 6 1864

May 5, in Kilbarron Church, by the Rev. S.G. Cochrane, DAVID GREENE, ESQ., L.R.C.S.I., Medical Officer of the Dunkaneely Dispensary District, to ELLEN, eldest daughter of ANDREW GREENE, ESQ., Mall, Ballyshannon

 

January 26 1866

January 24, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Omagh [Co Tyrone], by the Rev. James Donnelly, MR. HUGH M. CARSON, merchant, Ballyshannon, to ELIZABETH ANNA, eldest daughter of ARMER ALCORN, ESQ., Lakeview, Omagh [Co Tyrone]

 

February 27 1866

February 22, in St. Kevin's Church [Dublin?], by the Rev. J. Patton, DR. J. IRWIN WELSH, only son of JOHN WELSH, ESQ., M.D., Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to SUSAN MARY, youngest daughter of the late REV. ROBERT MATHEWS, A.M., Ballymena, county Antrim

 

March 27 1866

March 19, in the Presbyterian Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. A. Lowery, MR. JOHN MYLES, merchant, Ballyshannon, to ISABELLA, daughter of the late JAMES SPROULE, ESQ., of The Holm [Urney parish], county Tyrone

 

July 19 1867

July 13, in Ballyshannon Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Archibald Lowry, assisted by the Rev. Andrew Lowry, MR. JOSEPH WARY, JUN., Ardnagassan, to MISS JOHNSTON, National School, Drimnahoul, Donegal

 

August 6 1867

July 29, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. Mr. Coyle, P.P., JOHN DAVOREN, ESQ., to ELIZABETH ANNA, only daughter of DR. C. IEVERS, Ballyshannon

 

September 20 1867

September 12, at St. James's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. T. Tomlinson, the REV. J.T. COFFEY, Rector of Magorban, county Tipperary, youngest son of the late REV. THOMAS COFFEY, D.D., and cousin to the late GENERAL SIR JOHN TAYLOR, K.C.B., of Castle Taylor, county Galway, to LIZZIE MOULSON, the eldest daughter of the REV. G.N. TREDENNICK, A.M., Vicar of Kilbarron, county Donegal

 

March 17 1868

March 10, in Warrenpoint Church, by the Rev. J.R. Ffolliott, Incumbent, CONSTABLE ALEXANDER NEELY, Royal Irish Constabulary, to MARTHA, fifth daughter of MATTHEW MONTGOMERY, ESQ., Newtown, Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

March 31 1868

On the 24th March, in Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. John Bowes Daly, MR. CHARLES JAMES DUNDAS, of Aughnavore, near Pettigo, to ELIZABETH, the third daughter of MR. LEWIS LIPSETT, of Cashel

 

May 26 1868

May 20, at Ballyshannon Church, by the Rev. John Bowes Daly, JOHN B. eldest son of EDWARD CHISM, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, to ELIZABETH DORCAS, eldest daughter of the late JOHN LIPSETT, ESQ., and granddaughter of the late TOM LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

September 18 1868

September 8, at Killaghtee Roman Catholic Chapel, by the Rev. Peter Kelly, C.C., MR. BERNARD CUSAC, of Ballyshannon, to MISS ANNE McBREARTY, of Bruckless, county Donegal

 

September 25 1868

September 15, in the Presbyterian Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. J. McAskie, cousin of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Lowry, pastor loci, JOHN, third son of the late DUNCAN BALLANTINE, Dublin, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late WILLIAM McASKIE, of Ballyshannon

 

September 29 1868

On the 21st September, at the Church of the Assumption, Rathmines [Dublin], by the Rev. J. Condon, brother of the bridegroom, JAMES D. CONDON, ESQ., M.D., of Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to FREDERICA AUGUSTA, the daughter of the late WILLIAM PIERCE BROWN, ESQ., of Wilton Hall, county Limerick

 

November 17 1868

November 10, in the Roman Catholic Church, Drumquin [Co Tyrone], by the Rev. Mr. Kelly, C.C., assisted by the Rev. Mr. McCloskey, P.P., EDWARD FLANIGAN, ESQ., Ballyshannon, to MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of the late JAMES O'KANE, ESQ., Drumquin, county Tyrone

 

March 9 1869

March 6, in St. Stephen's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J. Smith, JOHN BEATTY, ESQ., executive engineer, P.W.D., Bombay Presidency, India, eldest son of the REV. JOHN BEATTY, of Upper Leeson Street, Dublin, to MARCIA, widow of the late REV. W.B. DALBY, and fourth daughter of WILLIAM R. TREDENNICK, of Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, Esq

 

September 17 1869

Sept. 13, in the Presbyterian Church, Ballyshannon, by the Rev. John Donaldson, Pettigo, assisted by the Rev. A. Lowry, Ballyshannon, MR. HAMILTON ROBINSON, station master, Pettigo, to MISS KATE INGRAM, teacher of Pettigo Female National School

 

September 21 1869

Sept. 15, in the Presbyterian Church, Ballyshannon, by the father of the bride, assisted by her uncles, Rev. Dr. Denham, Derry, and Rev. Smylie Robson, of the Assembly's Jewish Mission, Damascus, the REV. JAMES McCULLY, Broomfield, county Monaghan, to JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH, only daughter of the REV. A. LOWRY, Ballyshannon

 

November 16 1869

Nov. 11, in Christ Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Thomas Drew, D.D., LL.B., Rector of Loughinisland, and Precentor of Down, assisted by the Rev. Robert Hannay, A.B., Incumbent, HENRY ECCLESTON MACANN, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, to ANNA, daughter of MR. WILLIAM COATES, Castle Street, Belfast

 

Deaths

 

Nov ember 2 1823

On Tuesday morning, at Ballyshannon, ROBERT CRAWFORD, ESQ., merchant, eldest son of DAVID CRAWFORD, M.D. The death of this excellent young man has plunged an amiable wife and respectable family into the deepest affliction, and is a source of great regret to all acquaintances

 

April 11 1825

Of fever, at Ballyshannon, on the 31st ult. in her 43d year, ALICIA, wife of DOCTOR SHEIL. She was the fourth daughter of DENIS O’CONNOR, ESQ., Ballynagar, sister to the present O’CONNOR DON, and granddaughter of the learned antiquarian, the late CHARLES O’CONNOR, ESQ member of the Royal Irish Academy. Although descended from a family whose distinguished rank is intimately interwoven with the annals of Ireland, her character was chiefly marked by the most amiable humility. She possessed a cheerfulness of mind of the chastest cast great benevolence of disposition, and piety the most unobtrusive and unaffected

 

December 24 1830

At Clohore, near Ballyshannon, on Monday last, SARAH, wife of MR. EDWARD CHISM

 

February 8 1831

On Saturday last, at Ballyhanna, near Ballyshannon, after a tedious illness, MRS BRANDON "Brandon" , relict of the late REV. W. BRANDON, Curate of the parish of Innishmacsaint

 

March 29 1831

Awful Visitation : On Sunday, the 6th instant a man named DAWLEY, residing in Kildoney, near Ballyshannon, was preparing with his family to go to divine service, but remained behind stating that he would overtake them. When they went out he knelt down at his bedside to pray, and in that situation was he found by his disconsolate wife and children on their return. An inquest was held on the body on Monday, and a verdict returned of “Died by the visitation of God.”

 

April 18 1831

On Monday morning, the 11th inst., at Ballyshannon, MARIA, daughter, of CAPTAIN HARDINGE, of the Donegal Militia Staff

 

August 27 1831

On Thursday morning week, the 18th inst., of a lingering illness, brought on by too frequent bathing, MASTER WILLIAM LIPSETT, third son of JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, aged 16 years

 

November 5 1831

On Monday night, the 31st ult., near Ballyshannon, of a protracted illness, the REV. EDWARD McNULTY, P.P., of Glen

 

August 11 1832

On Saturday morning last, after a most tedious illness, ANNABELLA, wife of LIEUT. KELLSALL, of the 83rd Foot, and only daughter of JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

November 10 1832

On Sunday night, in Ballyshannon, of cholera, MR. NEAL O'NEILL, shopkeeper, a truly honest man, much regretted

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On Saturday last, of cholera, in Ballyshannon, MR. PURCELL, of the Distillery

 

November 17 1832

In Ballyshannon, last week, of cholera, SURGEON CRAWFORD, a gentleman justly valued in private as well as public life for those virtues and qualities that endear man to man

 

November 27 1832

We are happy to be able to contradict the report of the death of SURGEON CRAWFORD, of Ballyshannon, as inserted in our last, and which also found its way into many of our contemporaries - that gentleman is in the enjoyment of perfect health

 

November 24 1832

On Saturday night last, in Ballyshannon, of cholera, after a few hours illness, MRS. BIRD, wife of MR. RICHARD BIRD, shopkeeper of the Main Street

 

December 1 1832

On Wednesday last, after a few days illness, MISS B. BRITTON, Ballyshannon. The inhabitants kept their shops closed for two days, first when she took ill, and latterly on the day of her decease as a mark of respect

 

December 8 1832

On Thursday, in Ballyshannon, of cholera, MISS MARY BRITTON, daughter of CAPTAIN BRITTON, of Whitehill

 

March 23 1833

In Ballyshannon, on the 5th inst., after a long and painful illness, MR. JOHN BRITTON, aged 72 yrs, former Postmaster of Ballyshannon

 

May 25 1833

On Wednesday evening last, the 22nd inst., in Ballyshannon, after a long and painful illness, JOHN ATKINSON, ESQ., formerly of Cavan Garden. Mr. Atkinson was one of the oldest Magistrates for the county of Donegal

 

July 13 1833

On the 2nd inst., in Ballyshannon, county Donegal, the lady of WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ

 

August 24 1833

On Tuesday night, the 20th inst., in the prime of life, after a lingering illness, JOSEPH, second son of JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

July 20 1833

At Rockville, near Ballyshannon, on the 8th inst., aged 14 years, HESSY MARIA, daughter of SURGEON CRAWFORD, Donegal Regiment

 

January 25 1834

On Thursday, at Willybrook, near Ballyshannon, after a protracted illness, MR. EDWARD ALLINGHAM, third son of EDWARD ALLINGHAM, ESQ

 

May 10 1834

In Ballyshannon, on the 16th ult., after a short illness, the wife of SURGEON BRIEN

 

August 16 1834

On Friday week last, at Milltown, near Ballyshannon, the lady of EDWARD ALLINGHAM, ESQ

 

September 6 1834

At his son's house, in Ballyshannon, on Thursday, the 28th ult., JOHN SCOTT, ESQ., aged 81

 

September 20 1834

On Wednesday last, in Ballyshannon, after a severe and lingering illness, MRS. DALY, wife of MR. JOHN DALY, woollendraper

 

November 1 1834

On Friday, the 19th of September last, at St. John's Newfoundland, MARTHA, wife of C.J. ALLINGHAM, ESQ., Barrack Master of that station, and formerly of Ballyshannon

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At Knather, near Ballyshannon, in the prime of manhood, of an affection of the liver, brought on by severe application to abstruse study, MR. PATRICK McINTIRE, English and Mathematical Teacher

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In Ballyshannon, on Tuesday evening last, DR. MOOREHEAD, suddenly while taking tea with his daughter and grand children

 

January 3 1835

In Ballyshannon, on the 24th ult., after a tedious illness, SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., M.D

 

January 24 1835

At Surat, near Bombay, on the 3rd July last, THOMAS BRITTON, ESQ., a native of Ballyshannon

 

August 29 1835

On Tuesday last, at Carricknahorna, near Ballyshannon, after a lingering illness, PETER HAMILTON, ESQ., father of the late COLONEL HAMILTON

 

December 5 1835

On Sunday night week, after a lingering illness, ROBERT, fourth son of JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

March 21 1835

At Ballyshannon, on Wednesday morning, after a lingering illness, the lady of MATTHEW DAVIS, ESQ., J.P

 

January 23 1836

In the prime of life, LIEUTENANT GEORGE LANE, late of the 1st Royals, and many years Barrack Master of Ballyshannon

 

January 23 1836

On the 4th Dec. last, at Macau, United States of America, the lady of GEORGE YOUNG, ESQ., of Georgia, second daughter of THOMAS ATKINSON, ESQ., of Cavangarden, county of Donegal

 

February 13 1836

At the Two Mile Water, on Tuesday last, MR. JOHN BELL, an old and respected inhabitant of Ballyshannon

 

May 21 1836

In Ballyshannon, on Monday last, after a lingering and painful illness, MR. RICHARD BIRD, grocer and seed merchant

 

December 31 1836

In Ballyshannon, on Thursday, after a few days illness, MRS DUNDAS, wife of MR. HUGH DUNDAS, saddler. She was an affectionate wife, a kind parent, and a sincere friend

 

May 20 1837

On Monday 15th inst., MRS. ERSKINE, LADY of WILLIAM ERSKINE, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

September 16 1837

In Ballyshannon on the 3rd inst., PATIENCE, beloved wife of CAPTAIN HARDINGE, aged 73 years

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In Ballyshannon on Friday last, the 8th inst., JOSEPH LIPSETT, ESQ., aged 83 years

 

November 4 1837

On Wednesday last, MISS BESS JOHNSTON, daughter of the late DR. JOHNSTON, of Ballyshannon

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On Friday last, in Ballyshannon, CAPTAIN K. MONTGOMERY, late of the 81st Regiment of Foot

 

December 23 1837

At his residence Port Nassau, Ballyshannon, on the 19th inst., SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., J.P., aged 59 years

 

February 17 1838

On Friday week, after a short illness which terminated in fever, MRS ALLEN, wife of MR ALLEN, gardener to JOHN TREDENNICK, ESQ., of Camlin, near Ballyshannon

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In Ballyshannon, on Wednesday week, after a few days illness, MR. BRYAN MULHERN, publican

 

March 10 1838

February 25, in Sligo, MRS. ALLINGHAM, relict of J. ALLINGHAM, ESQ., for many years Barrack Master of Ballyshannon, in the county of Donegal

 

July 7 1838

On Wednesday last, at Killoughs, near Ballyshannon, ALEXANDER HAMILTON, ESQ., aged 45 years

 

March 30 1839

In Ballyshannon, on the 23rd inst., MRS. ALLINGHAM, SEN., in her 79th Year

 

November 23 1839

In Ballyshannon, on Friday week, at an advanced age, MR. DAVID JOHNSTON, who for many years taught school in Ballyshannon

 

January 18 1840

In Ballyshannon, on the night of Sunday last, the 12th inst., WILLIAM CARSON, ESQ., aged 71 years

 

March 21 1840

On Friday, the 6th inst., at Ballyshannon, county Donegal, after a short illness, brought on by fatigue in watching over the sick bed of her daughter, whose death a month ago we announced, MRS. STEPHENS, the lamented wife of MR. WILLIAM STEPHENS, Market Street, in her 64th year

 

March 13 1841

In Ballyshannon, on Friday night, of fever, in the 28th year of her age, SARAH, the beloved wife of MR. CARTER, proprietor of the Ballyshannon Herald. She has left three young children

 

July 10 1841

Suddenly, on Sunday night last, at Ballyshannon, MRS. CRAWFORD, wife of DR. CRAWFORD, of that Town

 

July 17 1841

In Ballyshannon, on Thursday, of influenza, the infant child of MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., JUN

 

December 4 1841

November 29th, in Ballyshannon, MARY ANNE, third daughter of JOHN HARDINGE, Captain and Adjutant of the Donegal Militia

 

December 11 1841

In Ballyshannon, on the 2nd inst., of decline, MR. EDWARD FLETCHER, late of New York, the son in law of MR. THOMAS THOMPSON, of Ballyshannon

 

December 18 1841

In Jamaica, of fever, MR. JAMES LEWIS FOLINGSBY, in his 19th year, son of JOSEPH FOLINGSBY, ESQ., Collector of Customs, Ballyshannon, county Donegal. This young gentleman had not been long in Jamaica when he fell prey to the fatal disease so prevalent in that island

 

April 23 1842

April 10th, in Ballyshannon, universally regretted, CAPTAIN CHARLES FERGUSON, a very old magistrate for the counties of Leitrim and Donegal

 

May 21 1842

At his father's house, in Ballyshannon, universally regretted, on the 17th inst., in the 27th year of his age, MR. THOMAS LIPSETT, JUN., after a lingering illness of ten months

 

August 6 1842

July 24th, at his residence, Rockville, Ballyshannon, of inflammation of the lungs, THOMAS WILLIAM CRAWFORD, ESQ., for many years surgeon of the Donegal Militia

 

August 27 1842

On the 15th July, at Tusket village, Yarmouth, CHRISTIANIA, the beloved wife of MR. EDWARD KELLY, formerly of Ballyshannon, and daughter of CAPTAIN JOHN JONES, of the Donegal Militia, aged 35 years

 

February 18 1843

At Higginstown House, Ballyshannon, on the 3rd inst., after giving birth to a daughter, SUSAN, the beloved wife of FRANCIS R. COTTON, ESQ., eldest daughter of MINCHIN LUCAS, ESQ., of Allerton, county Dublin

 

February 25 1843

On Thursday evening last, after a few days' illness, from an attack of paralysis, MRS TIGHE, wife of RICHARD TIGHE, ESQ., Ballyshannon, one of its oldest inhabitants

 

October 28 1843

On the 12th inst., at Ballyshannon, after a tedious illness, MARY JANE, daughter of the late ABRAHAM WALKER, ESQ., Derry

 

May 11 1844

At Cashel, near Ballyshannon, on Tuesday last, MRS. LIPSETT, wife of MR. JOHN LIPSETT, of the said place

 

June 1 1844

At Higginstown Cottage, near Ballyshannon, on the 18th, ult., CON O'DONNELL, ESQ., formerly of Larkfield, county Leitrim. He was the lineal descendant of HUGH ROE O'DONNELL, Earl of Tyrconnell, the Chieftain of former days, so renowned in Ulster

 

June 22 1844

On Saturday the 15th inst., at Higginstown, Cottage, near Ballyshannon, MARY, relict of the late CONN O'DONNEL, ESQ

 

November 9 1844

In Ballyshannon, at an advanced age, on Wednesday morning week, MICHAEL LIPSETT, SENIOR, ESQ

 

March 22 1845

On the 8th inst., in her 16th year, SUSANNA, the eldest daughter of the REV. H.C. TUTHILL, curate of Ballyshannon

 

April 26 1845

On the 20th inst., in his 37th year, MR. JOHN LIPSETT, son of MR. THOMAS LIPSETT, of Ballyshannon

 

May 17 1845

On the 11th inst., ROBERT MICHAEL, the infant son of M. LIPSETT, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

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On the 15th inst., MISS E. TUTHILL, daughter of the REV. MR. TUTHILL, Curate of Ballyshannon

 

May 22 1847

CAPTAIN DRAKE of the 92nd Highlanders and HENRY LIPSETT of Londonderry were drowned in the River Foyle on Tuesday last. They had been out sailing and when turning the sand bank at Coolnarget the boat partly capsized and was filled with water. Both men jumped into the water and sank. When they rose they tried to swim ashore but a wave struck them, and both went down together and were presumably washed out to sea. Captain Drake was young, unmarried and heir to a large property. Mr. Lipsett was a young man who was married upwards of a year to a daughter of the late CAPTAIN McINTIRE of this City [marriage at Ballyshannon announced April 5 1845], by whom he had one child. Yesterday evening the body of Captain Drake was discovered by some persons who brought it to shore and they had it conveyed to the barracks

 

August 9 1845

On the 24th ult., REBECCA LUCINDA, eldest daughter of MR. ROBERT KENNY, of Ballyshannon

 

August 15 1846

On the 3rd inst., at Fowey [Cornwall], JOSEPH DICKSON THORNLEY, ESQ., Collector of her Majesty's Customs of that Port. He was a native of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

September 4 1847

In Ballyshannon, on Monday last, the 30th ult., of fever, MR. JAMES McGONIGLE, apothecary

 

October 16 1847

At Ballyshannon, on Monday last, MRS. MOFFIT, the beloved wife of MR. JAMES MOFFIT, Primitive Methodist Minister

 

February 22 1848

Monday, February 21st, at his residence, Great James' Street [Londonderry], MICHAEL LIPSETT, ESQ., late of Ballyshannon, aged 37 years

 

June 7 1848

On Thursday, 15th inst., of fever, JOHN GREEN, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

October 28 1848

In Ballyshannon, on Monday last, at an advanced age MR. THOMAS EARLES, formerly of the Customs department

 

January 20 1849

On Wednesday, of bilious fever, MR. WALKER COCKBURN, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

February 24 1849

On Sunday evening last, after a painful illness of three months, ELIZABETH, the eldest child of the late MR. WALKER COCKBURN, of Ballyshannon, aged 11 years

 

August 17 1849

On the 16th June last, at the Island of St. Thomas, West Indies, ROBERT, son of MR. THOMAS LIPSETT, of Ballyshannon

 

August 31 1849

At Ballyshannon, on Friday, the 17th inst., of fever, MR. WILLIAM STEPHENS, in the 75th year of his age

 

October 12 1849

October 4, at Merino Crescent, Clontarf, JAMES THORNLEY, ESQ., formerly of Ballyshannon, aged 70 years

 

October 26 1849

In Manorhamilton, on Sunday, the 14th inst., MR. JOHN MONTGOMERY ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

December 14 1849

At Ballyshannon, at the residence of his brother, on the 12th inst., MR. THOMAS WOOD, Enniskillen, merchant

 

January 18 1850

 In Ballyshannon, on Monday last, the REV. CROZIER IRVINE, after a lingering illness

 

February 15 1850

At Cashel, near Ballyshannon, county Donegal, Monday last, MR. LEWIS LIPSETT, former permanent Sergeant of the Ballyshannon Yeomanry Corps

 

February 22 1850 

In Ballyshannon on Monday, of consumption, after a lingering illness, SERGEANT ALLEN of the Constabulary

 

April 19 1850

In Ballyshannon, on the 9th inst., after a protracted illness, WILLIAM YOUNG, ESQ., aged 65 years

 

October 4 1850

In Ballyshannon, on Tuesday the 24th ult., MISS JANE RICHARDSON, aged 88 years

 

November 15 1850

On the 8th October, at Norwich, America, of consumption, MARY, daughter of the late MR. MICHAEL CASSIDY, of Ballyshannon, aged 18 years

 

December 13 1850

On Monday last, at Port Nassau, near Ballyshannon, MR. JAMES STEWART, aged 95 years

 

March 7 1851

On Sunday last, after a lingering illness, GEORGE REYNOLDS, ESQ., youngest son of the late CAPTAIN REYNOLDS, of Coolbeg, near Ballyshannon

 

March 14 1851

On the 3rd inst., after a protracted illness, at his residence, Willybrook, near Ballyshannon, in the 42nd year of his age, ROBERT ALLINGHAM, ESQ

 

May 23 1851

In Ballyshannon, on Saturday last, RICHARD TIGHE, ESQ., in the 99th year of his age

 

September 5 1851

At Camlin Castle, near Ballyshannon, MRS. TREDENNICK, relict of GALBRAITH TREDENNICK, ESQ., of Fort William, and mother of the REV. GEORGE N. TREDENNICK, Vicar of Kilbarron, county Donegal

 

November 28 1851

On the 17th inst., in Ballyshannon, at the advanced age of 95 years, MRS. McGOWAN, relict of the late MR. DENIS McGOWAN

 

January 23 1852

January 2, at Piscataway, N. Jersey [USA], MR. JOHN KIRKPATRICK, aged72 years, a native of Ballyshannon, county of Donegal

 

April 2 1852

CAPTAIN CHARLES O'NEILL, of Rockville, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, suddenly of disease of the heart. CAPTAIN O'NEILL was a distinguished military officer in the Peninsular War, and obtained a medal with eleven clasps for his services

 

May 14 1852

In Ballyshannon, on Sunday morning last, of consumption, J.C. NOLAN, ESQ., Sub Inspector of Constabulary

 

September 3 1852

On the 15th ult., at Portnassau, Ballyshannon, ANNE OLIVIA, youngest daughter of the late SIMON SHEIL, ESQ., J.P

 

October 29 1852

In Ballyshannon, on Tuesday evening week, Mrs. Flanagan, wife of MR. JOHN FLANAGAN, of Back Street

 

March 4 1853

At Croghan House, Lifford, on 18th ult., MRS. SARAH CRAWFORD, relict of the late DAVID CRAWFORD, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, at the advanced age of 84 years

 

May 6 1853

On the 25th ult., ELIZABETH IRVINE, daughter of MR. HENRY IRVINE, of Ballyshannon, aged 7 years

 

June 3 1853

On the 10th March, in New Orleans, MR. MICHAEL CASSIDY, formerly of Ballyshannon, woollendraper

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On the 25th March, (Good Friday), in New Orleans, MR. JOHN STEPHENS, formerly of Ballyshannon

 

July 8 1853

Last week, after a few days' illness, MRS. WATT, wife of THOMAS WATT, ESQ., Supervisor of Excise, formerly of Ballyshannon

 

December 9 1853

In Ballyshannon, on the 29th ult., FRANCIS JOHN, the infant son of MR. DAVID MILLER, Collector of H.M. Customs, aged one year

 

December 30 1853

On the 25th inst., at his residence, Queen Street, Belfast, aged 79 years, JOSEPH FOLINGSBY, ESQ., late Collector of Customs at Ballyshannon

 

March 17 1854

On the 9th inst., at Strabane [Co Tyrone], of bronchitis, aged 24 years, the REV. JAMES ATKINSON, Curate of Camus Juxta Mourne, youngest son of THOMAS JOHN ATKINSON, ESQ., of Cavangarden, having completed just one year in the ministry

 

September 1 1854

August 19th, at Lareen, Ballyshannon, LUKE WHITE, ESQ., third son of the late LUKE WHITE, ESQ., of Woodlands, county Dublin, and brother of the late COLONEL SAMUEL WHITE, of Killakee. He was for many years Member of Parliament for county Longford

 

September 15 1854

At her residence, on the Mall, Ballyshannon, on Monday, the 4th inst., in the 39th year of her age, MARY ANNE, relict of JOHN HAMILTON, ESQ., of Mill View

 

September 23 1854

On the 18th inst., in Dublin, after a few days illness, THOMAS EARLS, ESQ., of Queensbury, New Brunswick, formerly of Waterloo Cottage, Ballyshannon, aged 57 years

 

August 24 1855 

At the house of SAMUEL FYFFE, near Donegal, MRS. ERSKINE, wife of the late WILLIAM ERSKINE, ESQ., of Ballyshannon, aged 95 years

 

September 14 1855

September 3, at Allingham Lodge, Bundoran, MARIA, wife of EDWARD ALLINGHAM, ESQ., J.P., Stonewold, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, after a long and painful illness

 

May 30 1856

At Ballyshannon, on Wednesday morning, of scarletina, JAMES, second son of MR. JOHN STEPHENS, woollendraper

 

June 20 1856

On Sunday week, at the residence of his son in law, ANDREW GREEN, ESQ., Merino Lodge, county Sligo, where he had been on a visit, SURGEON THOMPSON, formerly of Ballyshannon, father of WILLIAM THOMPSON, ESQ., M.D., Ballintra

 

December 19 1856

On Sunday, the 14th inst., at Ballyshannon, ELIZABETH, daughter of the late JOHN ALLINGHAM, ESQ

 

February 6 1857

On the 27th ult., at her residence Blindgate Street, Coleraine [Co Londonderry], ALICIA, relict of the late JOHN BRITTAIN, ESQ., FOR many years Collector of H.M’s Customs at Ballyshannon, aged 85 years

 

March 27 1857

At Ballyshannon, on the 19th inst., after a protracted illness, MR. DAVID CARTER, proprietor of the "Ballyshannon Herald", aged 61 years

 

May 8 1857

At Ballyshannon, on the 30th ult., MISS CATHERINE GOVERAN, of the Imperial Hotel

 

June 26 1857

On the 10th inst., at the residence of his son, after a protracted illness, at the advanced age of 96, MR. JOHN LIPSETT, Cashel, near Ballyshannon

 

August 28 1857

At Demerara, British Guiana, on the 22nd ult., GEORGE TIGHE, ESQ., formerly of Ballyshannon

 

June 25 1858

On the 5th inst., at Higginstown House, near Ballyshannon, JANE, the beloved wife of HENRY COANE, ESQ., aged 39 years

 

September 17 1858

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

 

January 28 1859

January 19, at Malin Constabulary Barracks, JANE, the beloved wife of CONSTABLE SAMUEL WELSHMAN, and daughter of MR. MOFFAT, of Bundoran, near Ballyshannon, aged 38 years

 

May 6 1859

On Friday the 22d ult., at Springfield, county Sligo, MR. JOHN LIPSETT, late of Cashel, near Ballyshannon, aged 57 years

 

June 10 1859

June 5, at his residence, Main Street, Ballyshannon, THOMAS LIPSETT, ESQ., aged 79 years

 

June 1 1860

May 28, ELIZABETH, wife of THOMAS J. ATKINSON, ESQ., J.P., of Cavangarden, Ballyshannon

 

August 17 1860

July 27, at Rockville, Ballyshannon, MARY, relict of CAPTAIN CHARLES O'NEILL, aged 69 years

 

March 1 1861

February 13, at Ballyshannon, after a long and protracted illness, ALEXANDER SAUNDERSON, ESQ., aged 86 years

 

June 7 1861

May 26, at the residence of her son, JOHN O'DONNELL, ESQ., M.D., Ballyshannon, at the advanced age of 110 years, MARGARET, relict of the late CONSTANTINE O'DONNELL, of that Town

 

January 24 1862

January 19, of bronchitis, SARAH, the beloved wife of MR. FINLAY GREEN, Main Street, Ballyshannon

 

April 18 1862

April 9, at the residence of MR. HUGH A.BRADSHAW, Enniskillen, in her 88th year, ELIZABETH, relict of the late MR. JAMES DAVIS, merchant, formerly of Ballyshannon and Sligo

 

May 2 1862

April 25, at Ballyshannon, at an advanced age, MR. JAMES McGOWAN, SEN., formerly one of the principal merchants of that Port

 

August 22 1862

August 14, at Ballyshannon, county Donegal, ROBERT BERESFORD, infant son of WILLIAM HENRY, ESQ., S.I., aged 9 months

 

October 3 1862

July 1, at Victoria [Australia], DOCTOR GEORGE MACINTIRE, House Surgeon of Castlemaine Hospital, third son of the late ANDREW MACINTIRE, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

December 19 1862

December 7, at Ballyshannon, MARY, the beloved wife of EDWARD CHISM, ESQ

 

May 26 1863

May 20, at Raphoe, aged 25 years, THOMAS, third son of WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., of Ballyshannon

 

June 9 1863

June 4, SARAH MARTIN, eldest daughter of MR. EDWARD CHISM, of Ballyshannon, aged 17 years

 

October 13 1863

October 7, at his sister's residence, Ballyshannon House, county Kildare, THOMAS KENNEDY, ESQ., only son of the late THOMAS KENNEDY, ESQ., Ballyshannon

 

March 29 1864

March 16, in Ballyshannon, aged 70 years, SUSAN, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM PATTERSON

 

April 1 1864

On the 28th March, at Ballyshannon, MR. HUGH DUNDAS, saddler, aged 45 years

 

August 19 1864

August 13, at Ballyshannon, ELIZABETH VESCINA, only child of CAPTAIN RICHARD LITTON, late 80th Regiment, aged 8 year

 

September 30 1864

September 11, at New York, MARY, wife of JOHN BOYLE, and only daughter of JAMES SLAVEN, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal, aged 17 years

 

November 8 1864

November 2, in Ballyshannon, MR. JAMES FEELY, aged 59 years

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November 1, in Ballyshannon, after a protracted illness, MR. JAMES GALLAGHER, boot and shoemaker, aged 62 years

 

April 18 1865

April 9, PATRICK, eldest son of MR. JOHN DALY, Port, Ballyshannon, aged 16 years

 

June 6 1865

On Monday week SAMUEL CRAWFORD, ESQ., Coroner for the District of Ballyshannon, held an inquest, at Finner, between Ballyshannon and Bundoran, respecting the death of a woman named MARY GORMAN, who was, upon Sunday, the 28th of May, gored to death by a bull, the property of MICHAEL O'BRIEN of the Washpool. The jury found in accordance with the fact

 

July 14 1865

July 8, at Ballyshannon, FRANCES BESSIE, third daughter of REV. J.W. IRVIN, Manorcunningham, aged 4 years

 

January 19 1866

January 11, in Ballyshannon, JAMES REA, second son of MR. JAMES McGLOIN, stamp distributor, aged 4 years and 10 months

 

January 23 1866

January 7, at Boulogne sur Mer [France], MARY, third daughter of the late CAPTAIN MACINTYRE, H.E.I.C.S., and widow of the late HENRY BALFOUR LIPSETT, of Ballyshannon, county Donegal

 

January 30 1866

January 22, at Ballyshannon, HENRY, second son of the late MR. JAMES WILSON, aged 22 years

 

April 27 1866

On the 22nd April at Gurteen, county Sligo, of virulent scarletina, caught in the discharge of his Dispensary duty, DR. JOSEPH J. WELSH, aged 21 years, only child of JOHN WELSH, ESQ., M.D., Ballyshannon, county Donegal. It was only within the last few weeks that he passed the College of Surgeons, Ireland, and only last month took out his M.D.

 

August 3 1866

On the 1st August, at Crawford Square, Londonderry, the residence of her son in law, WILLIAM TRIMBLE, MARY, RELICT of the late JOSIAS JOHNSTON, Ballyshannon. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Chapel of Ease Burying Ground [Londonderry], on this morning, Friday, at 10 o'clock

 

October 3 1865

September 29, at Ballyshannon, ANNE, wife of MR. EDWARD FOX, aged 26 years

 

August 14 1866

On the 9th August, at Kildoney Glebe, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, after a brief illness, LYDIA, the beloved wife of the REV. GEORGE N. TREDENNICK, daughter of the RIGHT REV. WILLIAM MAGEE, formerly Archbishop of Dublin

 

October 12 1866

October 7, at his residence, Ballyshannon, WILLIAM ALLINGHAM, ESQ., in the 77th year of his age

 

March 22 1867

March 16, at Ballyshannon, ELIZA, relict of the late REV. J.C. IRVINE, Wesleyan Minister, aged 74 years

 

April 9 1867

April 5, at Ballyshannon, JAMES, only son of MR. WILLIAM TEEVAN, of that Town, aged 5 years and 3 months

 

May 17 1867

May 13, at Sligo, BARBARA, widow of the late THOMAS JOHNSTON, of Ballyshannon, and Lowry, county Fermanagh

 

October 4 1867

August 27, at the residence of his uncle, H. CALDWELL LIPSETT, ESQ., Eden, Dominica, West Indies, in the 28th year of his age, JOHN ATKIN LIPSETT, LATE of Ballyshannon

 

January 21 1868

January 10, at Ballyshannon, SIMON SHEIL O'DONNELL, ESQ., youngest son of JOHN O'DONNELL, ESQ., M.D., late of her Majesty's 77th Regiment, aged 22 years

 

February 7 1868

On the 1st February, at his residence, in Ballyshannon, JAMES LOWRY TIGHE, ESQ., retired Surgeon, of the 12th Royal Lancers, aged 74 years

 

March 6 1868

On the 27th February, at Ballyshannon, MRS. ANNE FITZPATRICK, aged 61 years

 

April 10 1868

April 1, at Ballyshannon, MR. HUGH DUFFY, publican

 

May 5 1868

May 1, at Londonderry, MICHAEL GOULDING, formerly of Ballyshannon, aged 26 years

 

September 15 1868

July 8, at Woodville, Parramatta, N.S.W. [Australia], MARY ANNA, beloved wife of J.W. JOHNSTON, ESQ., late of Ballyshannon

 

July 30 1869

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

 

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