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Birth, Marriage & Death Notices, Moville Upper, Co Donegal, 1832 to 1869

Extracted from personal notices inserted in the Londonderry Standard and Londonderry Sentinal

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Births - Marriages - Deaths

Births

 

August 25 1832

On the 22nd inst., at Moville, the lady of the REV. CHARLES GALWEY, of a daughter

 

December 26 1835

December 17, at Gortgowan, Moville, the lady of the REV. C. GALWEY, of a son

 

July 21 1838

At Gortgowan, on the 8th inst., the lady of the REV. CHARLES GALWEY, of a daughter

 

August 15 1840

At Gortgowan, on the 8th inst., the lady of the REV. CHARLES GALWEY, of a son

 

October 28 1843

On the 21st inst., at Gortgowan, Moville, the lady of the REV. CHARLES GALWAY, of a son

 

January 25 1845

On Friday, the 17th inst., at Whitecastle, county of Donegal, the lady of ALEXANDER CURRY, ESQ., barrister at law, of a son

 

May 23 1846

On Tuesday, the 19th inst., at Whitecastle, county of Donegal, the lady of ALEXANDER CURRY, ESQ., of a daughter

 

December 27 1850

December 22nd., at the REV. DR. ATKINS, Aughnagaddy, Ramelton, the lady of JOHN W. ELLISON, ESQ., Greenbank Cottage, of a son

 

August 20 1852

At Greenbank Cottage, Quigley's Point, the lady of COMMANDER F.H. JENISON, of H.M. Cruiser Neptune, of a son

 

December 30 1853

On the 25th inst., at Quigley's Point, MRS. JOHN CANTY, of a son

 

January 9 1857

On the 6th inst., the wife of MR. DANIEL QUIGLEY, Cross, of a son

 

April 15 1859

On the 5th inst., the wife of MR. JOHN THOMPSON, Glencrow, Moville, of a son

 

December 28 1860

December 19, at Gortgowan House, Moville, the wife of JOHN SMYTH, ESQ., of a son

 

June 28 1864

June 21, at Greenbank Cottage, the wife of MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, of a daughter

 

October 23 1868

October 18, at Carrownaffe Cottage, Moville, the wife of ALEXANDER HENDERSON, ESQ., of a son

 

February 23 1869

Feb 17, at Quigley's Point, the wife of MR. THOMAS BROWNE, postmaster, of a daughter

 

Marriages

 

March 30 1844

On Thursday the 28th, at Redcastle Church, by the Rev. John Montgomery Curry, ALEXANDER CURRY, ESQ., barrister at law, to MISS CAROLINE CARY, youngest daughter of the late TRISTRAM CARY, of Whitecastle, county Donegal

 

August 22 1846

On the 13th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Marks, in the Parish Church, Upper Moville, MR. WILLIAM BARR, of the firm of Barr & McNaghten, cabinet makers, Derry, to SARAH ANN, eldest daughter of MR. GEORGE COCHRAN, Quigley's Point

 

April 24 1857

On the 20th inst., at Drung Chapel, by the Rev. Michael McKenna, C.C., LIEUTENANT NEAL DOHERTY, late Osmanli Horse Artillery, to ANNIE, youngest daughter of JAMES McCONNELLOAG, ESQ., Quigley's Point, county Donegal

 

March 9 1860

March 6, in Clare Presbyterian Church, Moville, by the Rev. Mr. Clements, MR. ANDREW MONTEITH, JUN., Balleighan, to MARY ANN, youngest daughter of MR. WILLIAM SMITH, Carrihue, county Donegal

 

March 23 1860

March 15, in the Ballyarnett Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert McCleery, MR. ROBERT SHORT, Drung, to MISS ESSAY ANNE WEIR, of Aught

 

June 29 1860

June 19, in the Presbyterian Church, Clare [Moville], by the Rev. A. Clements, MR. WILLIAM FOSTER, to JANE, third daughter of the late MR. SAMUEL BAIRD, both of Moville

 

October 13 1863

On the 7th October, at Clare Presbyterian Church, Moville, by the Rev. John Bell, MR. WILLIAM FAULKNER, to SARAH ELIZA, the youngest daughter of MR. WILLIAM HOGG, retired Head Constable, Londonderry

 

November 24 1863

November 19, in Redcastle Church, by Rev. William Major, MR. GEORGE McMURRAY, Carrownaffe, to CATHERINE, second daughter of MR. ALEXANDER MOORE, Strodden, Gleneely

 

October 14 1864

October 13, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. McCreery, MR. EDWARD BARNETT, of Drumskellin, to MISS RACHEL LAUGHLIN, of Drumskellin

 

December 23 1864

December 18, at Carrickmaquigley Church, by the Rev William Major, Rector, MR. GEORGE HEMPHILL, Carrownaffe, to ANNE JANE, eldest daughter of MR. HENRY BREDIN, Cooley

 

February 3 1865

January 2, at the Presbyterian Church, Moville, by the Rev. William McClure, NICHOLAS GOSSELINE, Captain and Adjutant of the Cavan Militia, and late of Her Majesty's Royal Welsh Fusiliers, to CATHERINE REBECCA, eldest daughter of WILLIAM HASLETT, ESQ., J.P., of Londonderry, and of Carrownaffe Lodge, Moville

 

February 17 1865

On the 14th February, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. McCreery, Ballyarnett, MR. JAMES GOURLEY, to MISS SARAH EWING, both of Crehennan

 

February 24 1865

On the 23rd February, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. McCreery, Ballyarnett, MR. JAMES McCANN, to MISS ELIZABETH STEELE, both of Bogstown

 

July 21 1865

July 11, at St. Francis Xavier's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. Mr. Rowe, JOHN, third son of the late MR. JOHN McSHANE, Poyntzpass, to ROSE ANN, third daughter of MR. EDWARD DOUGHERTY, Drung, county Donegal

 

September 22 1865

September 21, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert McCreery, Ballyarnett, MR. JAMES BARNETT, Drumskellan, to MISS HANNAH STEWART, Ture

 

February 16 1866

February 12, at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Derry, by the Rev. Daniel Magee, MR. JOHN BURNS, of this City, to MISS HANNAH HARRIGAN, of Carrowkeel, county Donegal

 

February 23 1866

February 22, in the Ballyarnett Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Samuel Irvine, Greenbank, MR. ISAAC EWING, Crehenan, to MISS SARAH MILLER, Burnfoot

 

April 3 1866

March 27, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert McCreery, Ballyarnett, MR. HENRY STEELE, to MISS MARGARET HUGHES, both of Bogstown

 

April 13 1866

April 12, in the Greenbank Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert McCreery, Ballyarnett, MR. THOMAS EATON, of Carberry [Cabry?], to MISS ELIZA WALKER, of Crehennan

 

January 15 1867

January 6, at Drung Roman Catholic Chapel, by the Rev. William Doherty, MR. JAMES McDAID, of Tromaty, to MARGARET, daughter of MR. NEAL CROSSAN, of Cabry

 

May 10 1867

May 2, at Redcastle Church, by the Rev. William Major, MR. J. BALMER, Constabulary, Tievelough, to Elizabeth, second daughter of MR. PETER SEABOURNE, coastguard, Quigley's Point, county Donegal

 

February 18 1868

February 11, in the Presbyterian Church, Knowhead, by the Rev. John Camac, assisted by the Rev. S. Irvine, of Greenbank, MR. THOMAS WILSON, of Cabry, to SARAH, daughter of MR. SAMUEL CARMICHAEL, Ardmore

&

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

 

April 24 1868

April 21, at the Presbyterian Church, Moville, by the Rev. J. Bell, MR. FREDERICK McCURRY,  Coleraine [Co Londonderry], to ROSEANNA, daughter of MR. ROBERT CRAIG, Carrownaffe, Moville

 

May 1 1868

April 26, at Ballybrack Roman Catholic Church, Moville, by the Rev. George McDonagh, C.C., THOMAS HEGARTY, ESQ., merchant, Liverpool, to SARAH JANE, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN O'DONNELL, Quigley's Point

&

On the 30th April, in Buncrana Church, by the Rev. Edward George Dougherty, M.A., Minister of the Parish, assisted by the Rev. John M. Curry A.B., Rector of Desertegney, and uncle of the bride, GEORGE HERBERT BLAKE, ESQ., Lieutenant Royal Navy, commanding H.M.S. Goldfish, second son of GEORGE BLAKE, ESQ.,  of Redland, Bristol, and grandson of the late ARTHUR PALMER, ESQ., of that City, to FRANCES ELIZABETH, the youngest daughter of the late ALEXANDER CURRY, ESQ., barrister at law, and the granddaughter of TRISTRAM CARY, of White Castle and the Casino, Londonderry

 

November 5 1869

Oct. 28, at the Parish Church, Moville Upper, by the Rev. William Major, Prebendary and Rector, MR. EDWARD BOYD, of Tullynavin, to ELIZABETH, daughter of MR. JOHN RAMSAY, of

Tullynavin

 

Deaths

 

June 28 1834

On the 20th inst., at Gortgowan, Moville, the residence of her son in law, the REV. CHARLES GALWEY, MARY, wife of ANDREW KNOX, ESQ., of Prehen, county Londonderry, and eldest daughter of the late DOMINICK McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of Daisy Hill, in the same county

 

August 22 1835

On the 13th inst., at Carrickmaquigley, aged 90, AMELIA, youngest and last surviving daughter of the late EDWARD CAREY, ESQ., of Castle Carey, county Donegal,

 

September 1 1838

At Tremone [Tiryrone?], near Moville, where he had gone for the benefit of the sea, GERARD IRVINE, of Stranorlar, Esq., aged 52 years, he was an old and meritorious officer in the Excise Department

 

July 3 1830

On the 29th ult., at Ballylawn, near Moville, aged 78, MR. SAMUEL CARMICHAEL, SEN

 

February 1 1850

On the 24th ult., at Quigley's Point, MR. GEORGE COCHRANE, much regretted

 

August 22 1851

On Wednesday, the 13th inst., at Quigley's Point, Derry, after a severe illness, MARY, aged 26 years, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES McCONNELOGUE

 

October 3 1851

On the 28th ult., at Tartnakelly, MARGARET, relict of the late MR. RICHARD COCHRANE, of Carrowkeel, aged 78 years

 

July 9 1852

On the 29th inst., at Drumskellan, the residence of MR. ALEXANDER ACHESON, WILHELMINA, sixth daughter of the late CAPTAIN JAMES VALENTINE, of Fairview, Carrowkeel

 

January 7 1853

A coroner's inquest was held at Moville, on Monday, the 3rd, and Tuesday, the 4th inst., on the body of a male infant child, name GEORGE BRADLEY. Sub-Constable, CORNELIUS LEE, who has charge of the Moville station, hearing that the body of a child was discovered in a pool of water, in the townland of Cooley, parish of Moville, proceeded to the place indicated, on Saturday night last, and finding that a strange woman was seen getting off the Derry and Moville car on Thursday last, proceeded in search of the female, in coloured clothes, and arrested her in a friend's house, about five miles from the station. On his questioning her, she could not give a satisfactory account of herself; and he, therefore, conveyed her to the barracks, and detained her there until an inquest should be held. DR. NOBLE deposed that the female had been delivered of a child. After hearing the evidence of various parties, the jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against the mother, JANE CARLIN, and she has been committed to stand for trial at Lifford assizes

 

April 9 1858

On the 4th inst., at the Glebe, the REV. JOHN MOLESWORTH STAPLES, Incumbent of Upper Moville, county Donegal, and Lissan, county Tyrone, in the 82nd year of his age

 

December 23 1859

December 19, at her father's residence, Greenbank, Quigley's Point, MARGARET CUNNINGHAM, aged 31 years

 

July 6 1860

June 29, at her residence, Carrowkeel, MRS. MCSHEFFRY, aged 33 years

 

January 11 1861

January 1, suddenly, at Claremont, Moville, WILLIAM HOLTON, ESQ., aged 80 years

 

September 12 1862

September 6, at his father's residence, Greenbank, JAMES BARRA CUNNINGHAM, aged 25 years

 

March 13 1863

March 9, at Ballylawn, SARAH JANE, wife of MR. SAMUEL CARMICHAEL, aged 68 years

 

March 18 1864

March 16, at Carrownaffe, Moville, the REV. STEWART MARKS

 

September 27 1864

September 19, at Drung, county Donegal, MR. DANIEL HEGARTY, aged 72 years

 

January 15 1867

January 5, at his mother's residence, Carrowkeel, EDWARD, son of CATHERINE SHARKEY, aged 25 years

 

April 26 1867

April 22, at his residence Claggan, MR. ANDREW KIRKPATRICK, aged 82 years

 

November 29 1867

November 22, at Crehenan, after a lingering, illness, Daniel Gubbons, aged 70 years

 

November 29 1867

November 1, at Philadelphia, in four days' of illness, of yellow fever, MR. JAMES BONNER, second son of MR. CHARLES BONNER, of Drung, near Moville

 

March 27 1868

March 20, at her brother's residence, Tromaty, Quigley's Point, ANNE, sister of MR. THOMAS McFEELY

 

July 14 1868

On the 2nd July, at his father's residence, Cabry, Quigley's Point, MR. BERNARD DEVLIN, late of Philadelphia, U.S. of America, aged 40 years

 

May 29 1868

At his residence, Cabry, Quigley's Point, MR. JAMES McCONNELLOGE, postmaster, aged 74 years

 

March 23 1869

March 18, at Carrowkeel, Quigley's Point, ANNIE, daughter of MR. SAMUEL BROOKENS, aged 3 years and 7 months

 

March 30 1869

March 23, at Carrowkeel, Quigley's Point, RICHARD, son of MR. SAMUEL BROOKENS, aged 1 year and 4 months

 

April 23 1869

April 17, at Evergreen Villa, Serpentine Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin, ELLEN SUSAN, only daughter of the late WILLIAM WALKER, ESQ., of Cullineen, county Donegal, aged 22 years

 

April 27 1869

April 21, at Cruckglass, Quigley's Point, MR. WILLIAM GRANNY, aged 73 years

 

June 1 1869

May 28, at his residence, Carrownaff, Moville, WILLIAM HASLETT, ESQ., J.P., aged 73 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the Chapel of Ease burying ground [Londonderry], on Tuesday morning, the 1st inst. at 10 o'clock

 

July 20 1869

July 15, at his residence, Carrownaff, Moville, JOHN IRVINE HASLETT, ESQ., eldest surviving son of the late WILLIAM HASLETT, ESQ., J.P

 

December 21 1869

December 19, at his residence, Carrownaffe, Moville, MR. ROBERT CRAIG

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