Belfast Weekly News - 5 August, 1893
CLARKE: Mrs Clarke, of Drum, Co Monaghan, is anxious to find the whereabouts of her two sons, George and Joseph James. Last heard from George on 1st December, 1889, from 101 Plymouth Street, Jersey City, America, and from Joseph James on 3rd September, 1891, then residing at 229 Bridge St, Brooklyn, New York.
FEENEY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of the sister of Wm. Feeney, maiden name Ann Feeney, but now married, who left Derry for Philadelphia twenty seven years ago. Wm Feeney, 11 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow.
SMITH: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Thomas Smith. When last heard of, was living at 35 North Street, Anderston, Glasgow. Any information will be thankfully received by his brother, Edward Smith, Newtown, Dundalk, Hackball Cross, Ireland.
M'KEE: On the 15th of March a man named Thomas M'Kee was killed on one of the Street Car Lines in Chicago. He has a sister and also a brother who is a Presbyterian minister, and still another brother, who is a doctor, whom he left in County Antrim, near Belfast, when he went into the Ship Yard at Whiteinch, by Glasgow, Scotland. The relatives to communicate with People's Casulty Claim Adjustment Company, 145 Adams Express Building, 185 Dearborn Street, Chicago, They may hear of something to their advantage.
PARK: Information wanted about Andrew Park, or Parks, who was born in the County Antrim about 1745, and died in America in 1781. He seems to have been a weaver, probably engaged in the weaving of linens and woollens in Antrim before he went to United States. Information as to when he left Ireland, facts in connection with the name, or some information as to where the matter could be looked up, will be thankfully received by John S Park, U.S. army, professor, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia.
RODGERS or WELSH: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Ellen Rodgers (or Welsh) and Mary Ann Rodgers, last heard of in Montgomery Street, Bridgton, Glasgow, about four years. Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by their mother, Mrs B. Spiers, 165 Back Street, Broxburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland; late of Drumlamph, Ireland.
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Belfast Weekly News - 12 August, 1893
FINLAY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of William John Finlay, who left Whitehouse, near Belfast, about thirteen years ago; last heard of at Chicago, America, about eleven years ago. Any information of him will be thankfully received by Private R. CURRIE, No.2456, 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders, Subathu, Bengal, India.
HAMILTON: Alex. Fraser Hamilton, 11 Glen Street, Paisley, wants to know the address of his sister, Janet Fechnie Hamilton, farm servant, who left Anderston, Glasgow, thirty-seven years ago; last heard of as residing with Mr Joseph Lee, farmer, in Hobartown, Van Diemen's Land.
SAUNDERSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Saunderson, ironmoulder, who left Belfast six years ago for Pittsburg; was last heard of at Elizabeth Port, New Zealand. Any information regarding him will be thankfully received by his mother Mrs Saunderson, 23 Valentine Street, Belfast.
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Belfast Weekly News - 19 August, 1893
BEATTIE: The father, mother, and sisters of Ellen Beattie, whose maiden name is Kingswell, a native of Bembridge, Isle of Wight, wish to know where she at present is. She left Bembridge about two years ago, and was last heard of as being in Belfast. Any information will be thankfully received by H.J. Dodd, 84 Fords Park Road, Canning Town, London, E.
BENNATT: A friend wishes to know the whereabouts of Mr Thomas Bennatt; last heard of as carrying on business of salesman in Kender Street, Queens Road, Peckham, London. If Mr Bennatt or any of his friends who notice this would reply to 'A Friend, Belfast Weekly News, Belfast' he would hear something to his advantage.
FINLEY: Mrs John Alexander Finley, 38 Villas Road, Plumstead ( late of Coleraine, Ireland), is anxious to learn the address of the brothers, or other friends of her husband, who is at present in bad health. Robert, when last heard of was living in Needham Street, Newry, and following the business of coachbuilder; William, a cabinetmaker, has not been heard from since about seven years ago, when he was residing with his mother in Jameson Street, Glasgow.
FITZSIMONS: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of William Fitzsimons, railway worker, who left Belfast about two years ago; was last heard of at Washington Street, Jersey City, New Jersey. Any informationabout him will be thankfully received by his mother, Mrs Fitzsimons, 16(?) Arran Street, off Short Strand, Belfast.
LANG: James Lang, of East London, South Africa, wishes to know the present whereabouts of either of his brothers - David or Hugh Lang. Shall be glad to hear from any member of the family.
M'CAVITT: Bernard M'Cavitt, 7 Crossley Street, Mountpottinger, Belfast, would like to know the whereabouts and hear from his brother John, who left Banbridge about the year 1859 or 1860, for New York, while his brother was with his regiment in India. If this should meet his eye will he please write. American papers please copy.
M'KNIGHT: Sarah M'Knight (maiden name Mahood) is sought by her brother James, 82 Cowlairs Road, Springburn Road, Glasgow. She was last heard of about two years ago at Mrs Brien's, 249 York Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.A. American papers please copy.
REILLY: Mrs Reilly, Glasgow, is desirous of knowing the address of her son Samuel, from whom she has not heard for eleven years. His address at that time was Samuel Reilly, Jane Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, and his occupation was that of road or surfaceman. Australian papers please copy.
SAUNDERSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Saunderson, ironmoulder, who left Belfast six years ago for Pittsburg; last heard of at Elizabeth Port, New Zealand. Any information regarding him will be thankfully received by his mother Mrs Saunderson, 23 Valentine Street, Belfast.
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