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Belfast Weekly News - 2 December, 1893

Missing Friends

DAVIDSON: Information wanted of Charles Davidson, U.S.A., formerly of Belfast. Last heard of about twelve years ago, at Omaha, Nebraska, engaged in the pork business. Supposed to have run a 'cattle ranche' in or near Chicago. Intelligence of the above will be thankfully received by A.E. Stephenson, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin.

WALLACE: Samuel Wallace, 127, West Main Street, Armadale, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, desires the address of his brother, Alexander Wallace, last heard of in Albert Street, Belfast; and also Agnes Wallace (or Steenson), last heard of in Belfast.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 9 December, 1893

Missing Friends

HUNTER-ADAIR: The undersigned wishes to know the whereabouts of William Hunter, late First Battalion 24th Regiment. He left Cape Town about the year 1877-78, then Staff-Sergeant First Battalion 24th Regiment, for England, with his family. Also of William Adair, late Corporal First Battalion 24th Regiment; left about the same time; both time-expired men, and good Orangemen. Any news as to their whereabouts will be gladly received by their mutual friend for many years, J.P. Halger-Nelson, late L.O.L. 114, now of the Pretoria L.O.L. 680, Box 414, State Mint, Pretoria, South African Republic, South Africa.

MOORE: Wanted to know the whereabouts of my sister, Jane Moore (maiden name) who left Townagh, County Cavan, and went to North America, where she has since married; was last heard from about 13 years ago, and was then living in High Street, Portland, St. Johns, New Brunswick. - Thomas Moore, Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 30 December, 1893

Missing Friends

ASH: John Ash, of Harrington, Cumberland, England, would be glad to find his daughter, Mary Ash, who left her home in September last to go to Canada to her brother. Please send present address.

BONAR: William Bonar, Clonkeen, Randalstown, would like to know the address of John Bonar, who left Clonkeen, Randalstown, in 1882, for America. Last heard of in 1887, when he lived in Randolph Street, Chicago, after which it is believed he left for Australia. American and Australian papers please copy.

BROWN: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of Samuel Brown, hairdresser and wigmaker; for some time in New York. Last heard of about three years ago living at 1010 Sanson Street, Philadelphia. Communications thankfully received by his mother, Ellen Blair, 114 Crimea Street, Belfast. American papers please copy.

DAVIDSON: Information wanted of Charles Davidson, U.S.A., formerly of Belfast. Last heard of about twelve years ago, at Omaha, Nebraska, engaged in the pork business. Supposed to have run a meat market at Cottage Grove, near Chicago. Intelligence of the above will be thankfully received by A.E. Stephenson, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin.

DAVIS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Alexander Davis, formerly of the 53rd(?) Shropshire Light Infantry. When last heard of three years ago he had just been discharged from the B. Company of the 21st Infantry Regiment at Fort Sydney, Nebraska, U.S.A. Any information will be thankfully received by his father George Davis, Feroy(?), Carlind(?) P.O. Dungannon, or J.A. Barlowe, Stewartstown.

DIXON: Wanted the address of Joseph Alexander Dixon, who left Belfast ten years ago for Canada, and last heard of when in the employment of Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Any information will be thankfully received by his anxious parents;- D. Dixon, 3 Agincourt Street, Belfast. Canadian papers please copy.

OSBORNE: Mrs Hawthorne (Maiden name Ann Sewell) 129 Lawnbrook Avenue, Belfast, wishes to know the whereabouts of her aunt, Deborah Osborne (maiden name Deborah Sewell) who left Ballymacateer, County Down Ireland, about 45 years ago.Last heard of living in Massashussetts, U.S.A. about 30 years ago. American papers please copy.

TYRRELL: Left his home on Tuesday the 5th December, a boy, aged 14 years: fair complexion; dressed in corduroy knickerbockers; black jacket and vest; navy blue cap. Any information will be thankfully received by John Tyrrell, Ballycarl, Carnmoney.

WOODS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Anne Woods, who left Brankhill, Arva, Co Cavan, Ireland, about forty or forty-five years ago, and went to America; was last heard from twenty six years ago, then living in Toronto, Upper Canada. Also her sisters, Rachael and Jane,of same place. Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by their sister, Elizabeth Woods, or Elliott, Annaghmore, Leggakelly P.O., Belturbet, County Cavan.

 

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