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Belfast Weekly News - 1 September, 1894

Missing Friends

CASSELLS: Wanted to know the address of Mark Cassells, who left Armagh (Brague) about 26 years ago. Supposed to be about Canada, USA. Any details of him will be thankfully received by his brother, James Cassells, 3 Dundyvan Road, N.B.

TAYLOR: James Taylor left home 11 July 1894 to celebrate the Twelfth in Ireland, and has not yet returned. He wore a blue coat and vest, trousers with blue stripe. He has a cut across the nose from childhood. Any information about him will be thankfully received by his wife, Annie Taylor 250 Garnyard Hill, Glasgow.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 8 September, 1894

Missing Friends

M.M. care of Mr J. Moore, Post Ofice, Tamney, Co Donegal, Ireland, wishes to find a widow and her family names HARPER, who went to America in 1865 or earlier. They were first to Philadalphia, and the widow had three daughters and one son. Apply as above.

BODEL: Left his home on Tuesday, 24 July, James Bodel, 13 years, had corduroy knicker-bockers, brown coat and vest, black stockings and laced boots; last seen in Banbridge. Any information regarding him will be thankfully received by his parents at 4 Haddow Street, Belfast.

M'MENEMY: Master of Chief Magistrates Court, Vryburg, Bechuanaland, South Africa, advertises for the heirs of Robert M'Menemy, late of Tati, Matabeleland, supposed to have come originally from about Cookstown, County Tyrone, Ireland.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 15 September, 1894

Missing Friends

GLENN: Wanted to know the address of William and David Glenn, carpenters, who left Londonderry about 30 years ago (both Apprentice Boys) supposed to be somewhere in Australia. Any details will be thankfully received by John Glenn Lynch, 41 Coathill Street, Camlachie, Glasgow, or by Richard Glenn, 12 Albert Place, Londonderry.

COYLE: Wanted to know the address of Ellen Coyle, who left Ballycastle about 12 years ago. Last heard of about six years ago. Was then living in Belfast. Believed to be either married or dead. Any information concerning her will be gladly received by her brother, John Coyle, care of Mrs Shaw, Ralou, Larne.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 22 September, 1894

Missing Friends

MATHAS: Charles Mathas, coastguard, County Cork, whose brothers and sisters went to America about thirty years ago, the two youngest, James and Fanny, or Mrs Whitehouse, supposed to be in Boston.- If anyone can give any information regarding them it will be thankfully received by his only daughter, Mary Ann Mathas, No.6 Maxwelton Street, Paisley, Scotland. American papers please copy.

MAGINNIS: Mary Jane Donaldson would like to hear from her cousin, Isabella Maginnis, whose married name is Cavendish or Cavanagh. Her husband was in the pork business, she left Hillsborough many years ago for America. Last heard from about the time of the American war; was living about Detroit, Michigan. Any information will be thankfully received by Mrs Davis, Pond Park, Lisburn, Ireland. American papers please copy.

M'FARLAND: Mrs Smith (maiden name M'Farland) wishes to know the address of her father, Robert M'Farland, brother Joseph, or any of her three sisters, Eliza, Martha or Anne, last address was Newburgo, State of New York, Orange County, where all were living forty years ago. Information received at 33 Atlantic Avenue Antrim Road, Belfast, Ireland. American papers please copy.

STINSON: Wanted to know the address of Margaret Stinson, who left Pettigo, County Fermanagh, for Canada, about 1848.- Any information concerning her will be gladly received by her sisiter, Letitia Stinson (now Mrs Owens) care of Robert Moore, 100 Cornwall Street, Glasgow.

VINCENT: Wanted to know the address of Thomas Vincent who left Mulkreagh, Ballykelly, County Derry, about ten years ago for Australia. When last heard from was road overseer of a gang of men employed making new roads near Brisbane. Last information received about six years ago. Any information regarding him will be thankfully received by Robert Thompson, New Market Street, Coleraine, County Derry.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 29 September, 1894

Deaths

JESS: September 21 at the residence of her sister, Mrs John Coffey, Terminane, County Down, Sarah Jess aged 75 years.

KIRKWOOD: September 25, at 55 Victoria Terrace, Dublin Road, Belfast, Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Kirkwood.

Missing Friends

BRANEY: Thomas Braney, of Lachute, Quebec, Canada is anxious to find his relatives who were last heard of by him at 1 Caroline Street, Belfast. Rev. Alexander B. Given, of The Parsonage, Lachute, Quebec, Canada will receive any letters sent to him.

 

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