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Surnames of Co. Down: Will...-Wit.....

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. . Name . Parish Information Reference
. . WILLAS . . see under Willis .
Miss Anna WILLEBRY . Newry wife of Peter McKenna; mother of John b. 1871 CR
. WILLES . . see under Willis .
. . WILLEY . . see under Wiley .
.
.
WILLGAR . . see under Wilgar .
Father . WILLIAM . Ballee Catholic curate in Ballee in 1760 O'L V1 p 194
Mr. . WILLIAMS   Bangor aupperannuated coast guard officer in Bangor 1 Jul 1821 CSO
Misses . WILLIAMS . Bangor of Maryville Crescent; ran Music & Arts School in Southwell Rd, Bangor in 1901 & 1910 POD
Mr. . WILLIAMS . Kilcoo Chief Officer of Newcastle coastgaurd station 13 Feb 1915 DR*
Widow. . WILLIAMS . Magheradrool received financial assistance of 4 pence from Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 3 Nov 1706 BPCR
Mrs. . WILLIAMS . Seapatrick inn keeper of Banbridge; to be sold 4 Jan 1796 NS
.
Albert
WILLIAMS . Co Down a baker aged 42; arrived in Lyttelton, New Zealand on Board ' Crusader' (1058 tons) which left Gravesend 12 Oct 1872 & arrived 5 Jan 1873 under Capt. Sutherland; with wife Ann aged 42 & children William aged 18 (a painter), Mary 17 (general servant), Albert 16 (labourer), Ann 15 (general servant),Clara 12 ( general servant), Frank 9, Rosa 7, Lucy 4, Walter 3, Emily 2 & Harry 1 PL/DP
. Alexander WILLIAMS . Kilbroney son of John Williams ; married Annie McNeill 16 Aug 1860 CR
Miss Anna Maria WILLIAMS . Newry wife of John Treanor; mother of Anna Maria b. 1865 & Cornelius Ruben b. 1868 CR
Miss Anna McWILLIAMS/ WILLIAMS . Newtownards wife of William Kerr of Drumawhey; mother of Annie b. 7 Feb & bpt. 5 Mar 1893 & Adam McWilliams Kerr b. 27 Mar & bpt. 8 Apr 1894 & Lucy b. 8 Mar & bpt. 29 Mar 1896 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Anne WILLIAMS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; wife of Thomas Anderson; mother of Thomas b. 1871 CR
.
Arthur
WILLIAMS . Blaris husband of Elizabeth who died 7 Jun 1887; father of Samuel who d. 9 Jan 1882 & Anna Jane who d. 5 Mar 1892; buried old Blaris graveyard MIs
. C.D. WILLIAMS Esq. Holywood of Craigavad; husband of Anna Maria Fisher ; father of John Dill Williams bpt. 1882 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR
. Catherine WILLIAMS .
Clonallan
died 4 Aug 1868 aged 17; buried Clonallan Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
Charles Dill WILLIAMS  . Holywood of Cultra; merchant; executor in the will of Isabella Williams of Belfast in 1889 MID p 66
Mr. David WILLIAMS . Bright sang a solo at Killough Protestant Total Abstinence Union 8 May 1915 & a duet with Lillie Williams DR*
Rev. David John WILLIAMS . Killinchy retired after 30 years minister of Killinchy Non- Subscribing Presbyterian Church 23 Jan 1939 DR*; POD 1910; Dryasdust (NS Pres. Magazine )
.
Edward
WILLIAMS . Killinchy husband of Ann ; father of Edward b. 1 Feb 1845 & bpt. Raffrey Presbyterian Church PR
. Edwin WILLIAMS . Kilcoo son of James Williams; married Catharine Cotter 8 Dec 1851 CR
. Edwin WILLIAMS . Rathmullan son of James Williams; married Anne Moore 9 Jan 1862 CR
. Ellenor WILLIAMS   Magheradrool received financial assistance of 6 pennies from Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 14 Dec 1718 BPCR
. Elizabeth WILLIAMS Donaghcloney died 15 Apr 1709 aged 58; ; buried Waringstown Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
Miss Elizabeth WILLIAMS . Newry married Alexander Ballantyne 15 Oct 1825 at Old Newry Non Subscribing Presbyterian Church, witnesses were James Weir & Elizabeth Cullen PR
Francis John WILLIAMS Belfast of Old Park Ave; Bank clerk; executor in the will of Isabella Williams in 1889 MID p66
Miss Frances WILLIAMS . Newry daughter of James Williams ; married John Wtight 19 Sep 1862 CR
. George WILLIAMS Donaghcloney died 19 Mar 1868; husband of Mary Atkinson who died 15 May 1850; father of Robert William (d. 5 Dec 1866) & Mary Anne (d. 10 Feb 1906); buried Waringstown Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
. George WILLIAMS . Donaghcloney of Tullyherron ; owned 4 acres in 1876 LOI
. George WILLIAMS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Mary Yates; father of Frances b. 10 Aug 1871 CR
. Henry WILLIAMS . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Ellen Maneh; father of Bessy b. 4 Jun 1868 CR
. Henry WILLIAMS . Aghaderg of Scarva; a spirit merchant in 1902 & retired in 1910 OGSLL p29; POD
. Hubert WILLIAMS . Killyleagh son of Francis Williams ; married Anne Smyth 16 Jul 1860 CR
. Hugh WILLIAMS . Down married Eleanor Cannon 23 Sep 1740 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
. Hugh WILLIAMS . Greyabbey son of Richard Williams ; married Catherine Semple 16 Sep 1855 CR
. Hugh WILLIAMS . Newry husband of Mary Jane Moore; father of Hugh b. 25 Feb 1869 & Rose Anne b. 20 Jan 1871 CR
Mrs. Isabella WILLIAMS Belfast

of Lonsdale St, Belfast; wife of John Williams; daughter of Rev. Francis & Isabella Dill; died 7 Feb 1889 aged 75; buried 2nd Presbyterian graveyard, Downpatrick; will probated 4 Mar 1889, executors were Chasrles Dill Williams of Cultra (merchant) & Francis John Williams of Belfast (bank clerk)

MIs; MID p 66
Mr. J. Hill WILLIAMS  . ? writer of Ordnance Survey Memoirs in 1836 V17 p78 95 & V12 p65 OSM
. J. WILLIAMS . Newry head stamp distributor in Newry in 1852 POD
Mr. James WILLIAMS . Aghaderg innkeeper in Lisnagonnell townland on Newry Road; sale notice 18 Mar 1828 NCT
. James C. WILLIAMS . Bangor husband of Elizabeth Birch; father of James b. 18 Feb 1871 CR
 . James WILLIAMS Kilcoo husband of Isabella; father of Isabella Jane bpt. 23 Sep 1827 at Bryansford Church of Ireland PR
. James WILLIAMS . Knockbreda b. 1859 in England; a grocer; Methodist; husband of Jane b. 1862 in Scotland; married 28 years with 9 children born & alive; father of Robert b. 1890 (a confectioner) & Elizabeth b. 1895 & David b. 1897 (message boy) & Ann b. 1901 ; all b. Scotlabd & Andrew b. 1905 in Belfast; living at 24 Humber St, Belfast in 1911 1911 census
. James WILLIAMS . Magheradrool in Gasworks Rd, Ballynahinch; leased a garden from David S. Ker & in Windmill Street leased a house & small garden from James Small in 1863 GV
. James WILLIAMS . Magheradrool of Meeting St, Ballynahinch; a farmer, cattle dealer, civil bill officer & contractorin 1910 POD
. James WILLIAMS . Newry family buring plot c. 1728; buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
. James WILLIAMS Esq Newry of Hill St, Newry in 1824 POD
James WILLIAMS Esq.  Newry of Marcus Square; Distributor of Stamps in 1824 & 8 Jan 1828 ,1846 & 1852; charity donation 1836; an insurance agent in 1852 NCT; V3 p99, 104 OSM; POD
. James WILLIAMS. . Newry of Hill Street , Newry in 1852 POD
. James WILLIAMS . Newry a publican & grocer from Merchnats Quay in 1852 POD
. James WILLIAMS . Newry appointed head constable of the Royal Irish Constabulary (police) in Hide Market, Newry 21 Oct 1883, still there in 1889 RICLD p50 , 55, 112
. James WILLIAMS . Newtownards of High St, Newtownards; a tin plate worker in 1846 POD
Mrs. Jane WILLIAMS . Newry daughter of John Forsythe; a widow; aged 40 married John Dixon 11 Jul 1854 CR
Miss Jane WILLIAMS . Newry wife of William Carr; mother of James b. 1870 CR
. John WILLIAMS . Bangor of Maryville Crescent, Southwell Rd , Bangor in 1901 POD
John WILLIAMS  . Belfast & Down of Lonsdale St, Belfast; an Inland Revenue Office ;died 11 Dec 1878 aged 59;husband of Isabella Dill; buried 2nd Presbyterian graveyard, Downpatrick; will probated 13 Jan 1879, executor was his widow MIs; MID p 66
. John WILLIAMS . Bright regd. Killough; son of John Williams; aged 21, married Mary Sullivan 20 Oct 1847; father of George Edward b. 20 Nov 1867 & Edward James b. 13 Jan 1870 BVR; CR
Rev. John W. WILLIAMS A.M. Bright & Dunsford rector of Bright & Dunsford ; lived in The Crescent, Ardglass; school examiner in Apr 1877; death notice 31 Mar 1883* LM 2002 p 41; Inv 2003 p32; DR
Rev . John

WILLIAMS

. Garvaghy Church of Ireland curate 1848-1865 ARF
. John WILLIAMS . Kilkeel son of Robert Williams ; married Ann Cummin 10 Apr 1851 CR
. John WILLIAMS . Loughinisland leased a house from Joseph Clendinan in Clough in 1828 TAB
. John WILLIAMS . Loughinisland son of Charles Williams ; married Isabella Dill 25 Nov 1852 CR
. John WILLIAMS . Magherdrool in Windmill St, Ballynahinch; leased a house & small garden from David S. Ker in 1863 GV
. John WILLIAMS . Newry of 1st Battallion, 20th Regiment; husband of Ellen; father of Alice who d. 26 Dec 1872 aged 11 months; St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
.
John
WILLIAMS . Saintfield farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 Irish Flax Growers list
. John WILLIAMS . Warrenpoint husband of Catherine Williams ; father of Henry Ernest b. 4 Apr 1869 & female child b. 27 Dec 1870 CR
Miss Margaret WILLIAMS . Comber & Newtownards of Ballyhenry ; aka widow Breen ; daughter of James Williams (a deceased seaman ); married Robert Johnston of Inishaegy (a widower) 30 Jul 1935 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church, witnesses were Annie Watterson & William Lyons PR
Miss Margaret WILLIAMS . Kilcoo wife of David Jones; mother of Eleanor bpt. 10 Aug 1823 at Bryansford Church of Ireland PR
Miss Margaret Jane WILLIAMS . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch; mother of James b. 19 Feb 1874 CR
Miss Margaret WILLIAMS . Newry of Newry; married Francis Bird a soldier 3rd Regiment, by Banns in Church 22 Aug 1819 CR
Miss Maria WILLIAMS . Newry married James Magoffin 13 Oct 1814 at Old Newry Non Subscribing Presbyterian Church, witness was Hanna Clarke PR
Miss Marion WILLIAMS . Down married Richard Thomas Roach 28 Mar 1848 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
Miss Matilda WILLIAMS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; wife of Thomas Diamond; mother of Hugh Samuel b. 1874 CR
Miss Mary Maud WILLIAMS . Newtownards wife of Andrew Reid ; mother of David Wallace Reid b. 1 Aug & bpt. 20 Aug 1914 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Nannie WILLIAMS . Ardglass presented with a gold watch at British Sailors' Society benefit 17/19 Mar 1939 DR*
. Patrick WILLIAMS . Kilclief a groom for Dr. T.M. Tate at Glebe House c. 1920 Inv 2002 p 46
. Patrick WILLIAMS . Newry proprietor of the King's Arma Inn; will probated in 1821 IIW V4 p 178
Mr. R. L. WILLIAMS . Bright president of the Catch-my-Pal Union 24 Sep 1914, 6 & 23 Oct 1915 DR*
R. WILLIAMS . Holywood on committee of Holywood Wroking Men's Club in Suillivan Place in 1910 POD
. Reginald WILLIAMS . Bright of The Stores, Killough ; a bookkeeper in 1910 POD
Mr.
Richard Valentine
WILLIAMS . Holywood &
Kilcoo
b. 2 Apr 1877, son of John Williams of Dunmurry House who founded McBride & Williams which manufactured cotton; attended Holywood Sullivan School; moved to Brook Cottage in 1918; used alias Richard Rowley to write under; on Newcastle Lifeboat committee 9 Feb 1924; member of Newcastle Ratepayer's Association 9 Aug 1924; photo available DR*; MO 4/07; LR 2007 p64-68; MMM p30-31
. Robert WILLIAMS
.
Saintfield father of Margaret bpt. 1748 at Saintfield Church of Ireland PR
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Robert
WILLIAMS . Seapatrick & Dromore regd. Banbridge; husband of Jane Bell; father of James b. 6 Sep 1870 & Robert b. 9 Feb 1874 CR
Rev. S. WILLIAMS . Donaghcloney minister at Waringstown Church of Ireland in 1866 MC
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Stanley
WILLIAMS . Knockbreda b. 1889 in England; electrical engineer; single; religious details refused; a boarder with Joseph & Anne Jane McCarthy at 15 Ina St, Belfast in 1911 1911 census
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Thomas Morgan
WILLIAMS. . Donaghmore husband of Mary Ann Cunningham; father of William Edward b. 6 Sep 1868 & David grey Williams b. 2 Jul 1873 CR
. Thomas WILLIAMS . Down married Rose McAnnally 26 Jun 1813 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
. Thomas WILLIAMS . Killyleagh & Magheradrool presented a Testimonial from Rev James Bruce to introduce him at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 20 Oct 1722 BPCR
. Thomas WILLIAMS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Anne Erner ; father of Margaret b. 8 Sep 1872 CR
. Thomas WILLIAMS . Seapatrick of Banbridge ; will probated 1803 IIW V4 p157
Rev.
W.R.
WILLIAMS . Newry of Needham Place, Newry curate at St. Marys Church of Ireland in Hill Street in 1846 & 1852 POD
Crpl. Walter WILLIAM . Ardglass joined Royal Engineers as a dispatch rider 13 Feb 1915 DR*
 . Walter WILLIAMS Down husband of Florrie who died 17 Feb 1914; buried Downpatrick Cathedral graveyard MIs
. William GUILLOM . Ballyphilip regd. Portaferry; husband of Elizabeth Thompson ; father of John Charles b. 6 Oct 1869 CR
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William
WILLIAMS . Bangor husband of Jane Kelly; father of twins, Margaret & Ann Jane b. 27 Apr 1868 & Richard James b. 21 Jan 1870 CR
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William
WILLIAMS . Bangor husband of Mary Bavager; father of William Bavager Williams b. 12 Oct 1870 CR
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William Thomas
WILLIAMS . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch; husband of Julia Harriet White; father of Agneta Willamena Esther b. 12 Apr 1868 CR
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William
WILLIAMS . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch; husband of Sarah Coulson; father of Mary Ann b. 14 Sep 1871 CR
Rev.
William Raphael
WILLIAMS .M.A. Newry curate of the parish for 28 years; born in Somerset in 1801; married Elizabeth Mary McAnally 22 Oct 1849 & Jane Wallce 20 Jul 1859; father of Rev. Arthur; d. 18 Apr 1867; inscrption in St. Mary's Church of Ireland; buried St. Patrick's graveyard; left a will, executor was Henry W. Wallace of Newry MIs; OFN p 94
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William
WILLIAMS . Seapatrick a Protestant in Banbridge in 1766 SHPR
. William WILLIAMS . Seapatrick of Banbridge ; will probated 1795 IIW V4 p157
. WILLIAMSON . click here for separate WILLIAMSON file .
Rev. J.B. WILLIARD . Newry prior of Dominican community 1871-1874 DDPP p24
. Edward WILLIN . Down married Rose Fitzsimmons 13 Feb 1864 at Downpatrick Catholic Church, witnesses were Edward Delaharty & Rose Fowler PRONI- MIC/D/74
Miss Mary WILLINGTON . Knockbreda daughter of George Willington ; married James Whisker 15 Apr 1862 CR
Constable
.
WILLIS . Comber police constable in Comber in 1886 ACOC p79
Mrs. . WILLIS . Newry of Drumalane in 1824 POD
Mrs.   WILLIS  . Newry of Prospect Place; charity donation 1836 V3 p 104 OSM
. . WILLUS Bros Seapatrick of Newry St , Banbridge; spirit grocers in 1910 POD
Miss
Alice
WILLIS . Hillsborough married George Aughey 28 May 1845 PR
Mr. C. WILLIS Inch husband of Jane who died 14 Dec 1873 aged 29 ; father of Stafford (d. 1874 aged 1) ; buried Inch graveyard MIs
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Daniel
WILLIS . Drumbeg of Hillhall;will probated 1819 IIW # 68999
. David WILLIS . Drumbo son of Philip Willis; aged 21 married Rebecca Erskine 4 Feb 1850 CR
. David WILLIS . Seapatrick a Protestant in Banbridge in 1766 SHPR
. Edward WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; husband of Margaret Cunningham; father of Sarah b. 21 May 1865 CR
Miss Eliza WILLIS . Drumbeg daughter of James Willis; married John Hall 20 Jan 1853 CR
Miss Elizabeth Eleanor WILLIS . Kilbroney regd. Rostrevor; daughter of Robert Willis; married John Mahood 26 Jul 1849; mother of John b. 1869 & Florence b. 1873 BVR; CR
.
Elizabeth
WILLIS . Newry will probated 1835; executor was James Twigg of Newry IIW # 69012
Miss Eliza(beth) WILLIS . Newry wife of Samuel Fleming; mother of Mary Jane b. 1870 & Eliza b. 1873 CR
.
F.W.
WILLIS . Kilkeel of Glasdrummond & London in 1910 POD
. Frances Jane WILLIS . Seapatrick of banbridge ; owned 4 acres in 1876 LOI
. George WILLIS . Down regd. Downpatrick; husband of Catherine Partridge; father of Frederick Bainbridge Willis b. 12 Jan 1869 CR
. George WILLIS . Inch married Jane Stafford 30 Nov 1872 at Inch Church of Ireland PR
George WILLES . Seapatrick of Newry St, Banbridge; a spirit & porter dealer in 1846 & 1852 POD
. George WILLES . Seapatrick of Banbridge; will probated 1853 IIW V4 p157
. George WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; son of George Willis; aged 26, married Margaret Murphy 11 Oct 1863; father of Anna b. 1 May 1868 & Ellen b. 2 Feb 1870 & female child b. 12 Jan 1872 BVR;CR
. George WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; husband of Margaret McClements/ McCliments; father of James b. 21 Sep 1869 & Sarah b. 19 Mar 1871 & Mary b. 26 Mar 1873 CR
. George WILLIS . Seapatrick of Scarva St , Banbridge; a blacksmith in 1910 POD
 . Hugh WILLIS  . Down of Downpatrick; Admon/will probated 8 Jul 1851; Dublin Archives Ref # B6771 OFD p 176; IIW # 69002
Miss Isabella WILLIS . Kilkeel wife of William Cummins ; mother of Elizabeth b. 24 May & bpt. 7 Jun 1840 at Mourne Presbyterian Church PR
. James WILLIS . Kilmore of Magheralone ; leased a house & 4 acres in 1863 from William B. Forde GV
James WILLIS . Seapatrick of Newry St, Banbridge; a blacksmith in 1846 & 1852 POD
. James WILLIS . Seapatrick of Scarva St, Banbridge; husband of Mary; father of George who died 24 Apr 1921; buried Seapatrick graveyard MIs
Miss Jane WILLAS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; daughter of John Willas ; married name Reapath; married John Beaty 9 Apr 1856 CR
Miss Jemima WILLIS . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of John Watson ; mother of Fredrick b. 1873 CR
. John F. WILLIS . Holywood of Martello House ; owned 3 acres in 1876 LOI
. John WILLIS . Kilcoo son of Samuel Willis ; married Sarah Milles 17 Aug 1855 CR
. John WILLIS . Knockbreda of Multyhogy ; leased a house in 1863 from John B.Houston GV
. John WILLIS . Lambeg/Drumbeg died 7 Jan 1892 aged 64; husband of Mary who d. 1 Aug 1903; buried Hillhall Presbyterian graveyard MIs
. John WILLIS . Tullylish husband of Eliza Girvin; father of John b. 16 May 1868 CR
Miss
Letitia
WILLIS . Killinchy area

b. 1809 ,daughter of Samuel Willis & Jane Clark ; (a teacher & milliner) ; 2nd wife of Robert Munce; emigrated to Australia on board 'Garrow', sponsored by the government, arriving 2 Mar 1839 , in good health & Presbyterian; accompanied by Jane's children & Robert's sister, Miss Eliza Munce (a house maid aged 29) & Mary Munce , a dressmaker aged 18 (daughter of John & Nancy Munce ); landed in New South Wales for one year then Tasmania for 18 years & Victoria 18 years; mother of Susannah Letitia Munce b. 3 Dec 1839 in Launceston, Tasmania; Letitia died 24 Sep 1853

Alan Williams
Miss Mary Ann WILLIS . Drumbo daughter of Philip Willis; aged 18 married Robert Little 1 Mar 1852 CR
Miss Mary Jane WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; daughter of Willis Willis ; married William McClelland 9 Nov 1861 CR
Miss Mary WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; wife of John Scott ; mother of John b. 1871 CR
Miss Mary WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge wife of David McBirnie ; mother of Westley b. 1873 CR
Miss Mary WILLIS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; wife of William Greenaway ; mother of Margaret & William b. 1873 CR
. P. WILLIS . Newry member of Newry Port & Harbour Trust in 1910 POD
. Richard WILLIS . Drumbo son of William Willis; aged 24 married Martha Nisbit 4 Dec 1851 CR
.
Robert
WILLIS . Kilbroney a carpenter in Rostrevor in 1824 POD
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Robert
WILLIS . Kilbroney will probated 1837; executor was J. Willis of Rostrevor IIW # 69021
 . Robert WILLIS  . Kilcoo Newcastle resident 1838; signed a petition for repairs to the harbour NWAG p12; WDG p129
. Robert WILLIS . Seapatrick of Banbridge; died 1 Jul 1862 aged 33; husband of Frances Jane who d. 5 Jul 1910 aged 72; father of William & George; buried Seapatrick graveyard MIs
Miss Sarah WILLIS . Drumbo daughter of Philip Willis; aged 20 married James Norwood of Ballyaghlis 11 Apr 1856 ; mother of Charles b. 18 Oct 1856 & bpt. at Drumbo Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Sarah WILLIS . Kilmore daughter of Phillip Willis ; married Thomas Dunn 25 Aug 1851 CR
Miss Sarah WILLIS . Lambeg daughter of Thomas Willis ; aged 24 married James McConnell 14 Apr 1854 CR
Miss Sarah Ann WILLIS . Newry wife of James McClean ; mother of Mary Wilhemenia b. 1874 CR
.
Thomas P.
WILLIS . Newry a grocer & tea, coffee, fruit & provisions dealer from 31-33 Mill Street in 1881; member of Urban District Council & councillor for Newry Technical School committee in 1910 POD
.
W.
WILLIS . ? from south Down; served with 'D' Company, 13th Battalion , Royal Irish Rifles in 1st World War RCDJB p35
. W.H. WILLIS . Newtownards principal of Greenwell Street National School in 1910 POD
. W. WILLIS . Seapatrick of Ardmore, Newry St , Banbridge in 1910 POD
. William A. WILLIS . Co. Down a constable with the Royal Irish Constabulary (police) ; retired on a gratuity before 1889 RICLD p67
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William
WILLIS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Margaret Young; father of William b. 1 Aug 1874 CR
.
William
WILLIS . Newry husband of Mary who died 9 Dec 1873 aged 53; father of Robert John; buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
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William
WILLIS . Seapatrick proprietor of a house of entertainment in Banbridge in 1819 POD
.

.

WILLISON . . see under Wilson .
Mr. WILLOCK  . Drumgath comfortable farmhouse in Tullyquilly 1836 V3 p 21 OSM
. D. WILLOX . Knockbreda of 87 Castlereagh Rd, East Belfast; a boilermaker in 1902 POD
. Helenor WILLOCK . Drumgooland of Moneyslane; will probated 1788 IIW V4 p157
. Henry Stafford WILLOCK Esq. Drumgath lived in Rathfriland 1819 & 1824 POD
. Henry S. WILLOCK . Drumgath a farmer in 1881 POD
 . Bernard WILLOUGH Blaris of Anacloy townland, charity donation 1836 V12 p 107 OSM
Miss Penelope WILLOCK .
Drumgath
lived in Rathfriland in 1819; died 3 May 1828 aged 85 , death notice 13 May 1828 POD; BN
.
Stafford
WILLOCK . Drumgath farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 Irish Flax Growers list
Miss Anne WILLOUGHBY . Ballyculter regd. Strangford; wife of Thomas Coulter ; mother of Charles Henry b. 1873 CR
. Henry WILLOUGHBY .
Blaris
regd. Lisburn; husband of Anne Leathem; father of female child b. 22 May 1868 CR
. James WILLOUGHBY .
Donaghcloney
regd. Waringstown; husband of Eliza Allen; father of Thomas b. 20 Feb 1866 CR
. . WILLS family
Down
in English St, Downpatrick,with the Dixon family leased a house from Cromwell Price Esq in 1751 ESRR p 1
Rev.  Freeman C. WILLS  .
Down 
curate of Downpatrick Church of Ireland, letter re sanitary state 4 Aug 1866 DR; CR*
. James WILLS . Seapatrick husband of Eliza Garvin; father of Samuel b. 5 Mar 1873 & William b. 6 Mar 1875 (regd. Banbridge) CR
. John WILLS . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; husband of Sarah Shaw; father of John b. 2 May 1871 CR
Miss Mary WILLS . Annaclone wife of James Gorrman; ; mother of Patrick bpt. 29 Mar 1884 at St. Colmnan's Catholic Church, sponsors were John Doyle & Mary Ann Gorrman PR
Miss Mary WILLS . Tullylish daughter of John Wills; married William Tayler 8 Oct 1853 CR
.
Matthew
WILLS . Seapatrick a Protestant in Banbridge in 1766 SHPR
. Moses WILLS . Newry

of Ballybot; a weaver; married Susanna Porter 5 Aug 1793 at Old Newry Non Subscribing Presbyterian Church, witness was his brother John Wills

PR
.
Samuel
WILLS/ MILLS . Seapatrick son of Samuel Mills; married Maria Boddel 23 Jul 1861 ; father of Ann Elizab b. 9 Sep 1869 (regd. Banbridge) CR
. Solomon WILLS . Donaghcloney son of John Wills; married Ellen Gilpin 20 May 1851 CR
. Thomas WILLS .
Kilkeel
of Kilkeel; owner of ketch 'Slieve Donard' in 1877 MNL/MB
Thomas
WILLY Drumbo father of A. bpt. 20 Feb 1706 at Drumbo Presbyterian Church PR
. Thomas WILMOT . Knockbreda of Ballymacarrett; a glass blower in 1852 POD
Miss
Caroline
WILSDEN
WILLSDON
. Knockbreda wife of Edward McChesney; mother of William George b. 1868 (regd. Ballymacarrett) & Edward b. 1873 (regd. Castlereagh) CR
Miss . WILSHIRE . Ballyculter played piano at a concert in Strangford in 1877 LM 2002 p 43
. . WILSON . . click here for separate WILSON file- A-J or L-W .
Miss Annie WILT . Newtownards wife of Thomas Caldwell ; mother of Kathleen Leila b. 29 Oct & bpt. 6 Feb 1887 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church PR
Dr. . WILTON . Newtownards transported for 14 years for rebellion & treason for his part in United Irishmen Rebellion 24 Jul 1798 Whitehall Evening Post London
Widow WILTON Newtownards leased 2 acres in Loughriscouse in 1836 V7 p 112 OSM
Rev. Patrick Joseph WIMS . Seapatrick Catholic curate in Banbridge 1912-1913 DDPP p, 128
. Alexander WINN . Knockbreda of Ballymacarrett ; a guard on Co. Down railway in 1852 POD
.
Jordan
WIN . Down of Scotch St, Downpatrick; a timber merchant in 1850 DR* 24/9/1914R
. William WINN . Down married Eliza Shankey 27 Jan 1713 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
Miss  Elizabeth WINCHELL
Knockbreda daughter of Isaac Winchell; aka widow Sproule; married James Hawthorn 28 May 1860 CR
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Christopher
WINCHESTER . Donaghcloney regd. Waringstown; husband of Jane Pollock; father of James b. 6 Aug 1868 & Christopher b. 27 Dec 1869 & Hamilton b. 29 Mar 1871 & Robert b. 15 Sep 1872 CR
.
James
WINCHESTER . Dromore area will probated in 1833; executor was William Mills IIW # 69626
James WINCHESTER senior Tullylish of Ballydugan; will probated 1834 IIW V4 p159
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James
WINCHESTER .
Tullylish & Donaghcloney

b. 1837, son of John Winchester & Mary Rice of Cranny Lane (Shane's Hill) Ballydougan; husband of Sarah Ann Hamilton; father of Henry b. 27 Nov 1867 & Sarah b. 4 Oct 1869 (regd. Waringstown); emigrated to New Zealand in 1874

CR; Heather Seed
. . de WIND . . see under De .
 . WINDER family Down notes on this family by Rev. Dr David Stewart; Linenhall Library Ref # D1759 OFD p 193
Rev. Peter WINDER . Kilclief &
Bangor
Church of Ireland curate in Kilclief in 1735 & Bangor in 1752; father of Mrs. Anne Caldwell who died 1775 (Bangor) church records; MIs
Miss Anne WINDHAN . Saintfield daughter of John Windhan ; aka widow McChesney; married David Woods 5 Jul 1861 CR
Miss . WINDRUM . Holywood wife of Hugh Wilson ; mother of James bpt. 1859 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR
David WINDRUM  . Down an assistant churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1747 & 1753 DAIPC p23
. John WINDRIM . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Emily Young; father of Hugh b. 1 Jan 1870 & Isabella b. 19 Feb 1872 & James b. 18 Feb 1874 CR
Miss Mary WINDRUM . Down married John Smith 25 Nov 1713 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
Miss
Mary
WINDRIN . Knockbreda daughter of John Windrin ; married Hugh Level 5 Aug 1862 CR
. Joseph WINDSON . Tullylish son of John Windson; aged 28 married Anne Jane Baird 11 Jul 1862 CR
Miss Mary WINMIN . Down regd. Downpatrick; wife of Mr Finnaghan; mother of Anne b. 1868 CR
.
Alexander
WINSLOW . Bangor son of James Winslow ; married Eliza Burrows 9 Jul 1852 CR
Miss
Jane
WINSLOW
WENSLEY
WINSLY
. Newtownards of Drumawhey; no father listed; aged 19 married Samuel Robson of Loughriscouse 16 Jun 1864 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church, witnesses were John Robson & Jane Wallace ; mother of Hugh b. 11 Apr & bpt. 24 Aug 1856 (sic) & Alexander b. 10 Dec 1864 & bpt. 2 Jan 1865 & Hugh b. 3 Oct 1868 & John b. 2 Dec 1871 & bpt. 7 Jan 1872 & Agnes Jane b. 31 Jan 1874 & Jane Crawford Robson b. 21 Oct & bpt. 10 Dec 1876 & Mary b. 20 May & bpt. 17 Jul 1887 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church PR; CR
. Octavius WINSTANLEY . Newry husband of Marianne; father of Julia Dora who d. 16 Jul 1860 & buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
. . WINTERS family Comber family burying ground in Comber graveyard c. 1880, erected by William H. Houston MIs
. J.E WINTER . Ballyphilip won prize at Portaferry Regatta with yacht 'Colleen' 12 Aug 1911 JUAHS 2012 p28
. James WINTERS . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Mary McAlinden; father of Patrick b. 12 Jul 1870 CR
. James WINTER . Knockbreda son of John Winter; married Mary Carlisle 22 Sep 1853 ; father of Elizabeth b. 3 May 1865 & Mary b. 13 Nov 1867 (regd. Ballymacarrett) CR
. James WINTER . Knockbreda son of John Winter ; married Ellen Latimore 12 Feb 1860 CR
Mr.  James WINTER  . Newry of Monaghan St, Newry in 1846 POD
Miss Janet WINTER . Magheradrool married Thomas McNarie at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church, Sep 1st 1695 by Rev William Reid BPCR
. Jennett WINTER . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church paid 2 shillings for her burial 28 Feb 1714 BPCR
. John WINTERS . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Jane Clugston; father of John b. 16 Jan 1874 CR
. John WINTER
WINTERS
. Bangor & Knockbreda son of John Winters; married Ellenor/ Ellen Lundy 28 Feb 1853 in Bangor; father of Samuel b. 4 May 1868 & Selina b. 10 Dec 1873 (regd. Ballymacarrett) CR
. John WINTER . Knockbreda regd. Ballymacarrett; husband of Margaret Kennedy; father of Mary b. 5 Apr 1865 CR
. John WINTERS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Ellen Lundy ; father of Selina b. 10 Dec 1873 CR
. John WINTERS . Knockbreda b. 1865 in Co. Down; a painter; Methodist; husband of Annie b. 1866 in Co. Down; married 25 years with 7 children born & 5 alive; father of Thomas b. 1890 (apprentice plater) & John b. 1892 (apprentice plumber) & Ernest b. 1894 (apprentice painter) & Annie b. 1900; all b. Co. Down; living at 9 Gawn St, Belfast in 1911 1911 census
Miss Margaret WINTER(S) . Holywood & Knockbreda daughter of Robert Winter; married Archibald Sloan 1 Jun 1867 in Belfast ; mother of Eliza Jane b. 1868 (regd. Holywood) & Margaret b. 1873 (regd. Castlereagh) CR
Miss Margaret
(Peggy)
WINTERS . Kilkeel daughter of John Winters; aged 24 married Patrick Fagan/ Fegan 26 Sep 1852; mother of Francis b. 1871 & Owen b. 1874 CR
Miss Maria Jane WINTER
WINTERS
. Knockbreda married William Gracey 3 Nov 1864 at Church of Ireland ; mother of Anna b. 1869 & Robert b. 1872 EA/CR
Miss Martha WINTERS . Knockbreda & Kilmood aka Margaret Jane, b. 28 Jul 1885 (Minnie Canmore present at birth) , daughter of Samuel Winters & Martha Canmore of Kilmood ; living at 96 Omeath St, Belfast, aged 21 married Thomas Shannon of 3 Dixon St, Belfast 12 Jan 1907 at the Iron Hall , witnesses were Jane McQuillan & William James Sefton CR; Noel Lavery
. Samuel WINTER(S) . Knockbreda

son of John Winter (deceased) ; lived 16 Malcolm St, Belfast; a labourer & widower, married Jane Flynn 22 Malcolm St, Belfast 20 Mar 1877 at St. Patricks Church of Ireland, Ballymacarrett witnesses were Joseph Johnston & Amy Johnston ; father of Sarah b. 11 Jan 1878; Jane died Nov 1878 aged 36 of typhus fever at 59 Utility St, Belfast & 3 months later their daughter Sarah 2 Feb 1879 aged 14 months died of TB in Belfast Workhouse; a widower ; son of John Winter (labourer) ; married Martha Cameron/Canmore a spinster 12 Jan 1884 at St Mark's Parish Church, Newtownards, witnesses were Margaret Buckley & Robert Cameron/Canmore; an army pensioner & farmer's labourer; accidentally killed by falling in a quantity of earth at Ballykeel 16 Apr 1885 aged 46 ; inquest held 17 Apr 1855 by Dr. Robert Parke; deceased father of Margaret Jane (aka Martha) b. 28 Jul 1885 (Minnie Canmore present at birth) ; his widow, Martha nee Canmore , died 20 Oct 1922 aged 66 at 96 Omeath St, Belfast from intestinal obstruction & cardiac failure, Sarah Nixon (daughter) present at death

EA/CR; CR; Noel Lavery
Miss Sarah WINTERS . Knockbreda & Kilmood

b. 11 Mar 1894 , daughter of Samuel Winters dec'd (sic) & Martha Canmore of Kilmood ; living at 96 Omeath St, Belfast, aged 26 married Robert Nixon of 493 Cregagh Rd, Belfast 9 Nov 1920 at the Iron Hall, witnesses were John Dickson & Christine Dickson

CR; Noel Lavery
Miss Susanna WINTER . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; wife of John McFarland; mother of James b. 1872 CR
. Thomas WINTER(S) . Kilkeel of Ballykeel then Ballymartin ; son of John Winters ; aged 40 married Catherine Twigglety/ Quigley of Ballykeel 11 Feb 1852; as this was a clandestine marriage , they were excommunicated then absolved; married by Rev. Dr. Denvir 22 Feb 1853 at Ballymartin Catholic Church (registered 6 Mar 1853); father of Eliza bpt. 24 Jan 1853 (sponsor was Eliza Quigley) & Margaret bpt. 23 Mar 1856 (sp. John Trimble & Margaret Holland) & Catherine bpt. 1 Mar 1861 (sp. John & Ann Sloane) at Lower Mourne Catholic Church CR; PR
. William WINTER . Knockbreda son of John Winter ; married Elizabeth McCartney 24 Apr 1860 CR
Miss Margaret WINTON . Kilkeel wife of Robert McCay/McCoy of Ballymageough ; mother of Elizabeth Anne b. 4 Dec & bpt. 18 Dec 1841 & Robert b. 29 Jul & bpt. 4 Aug 1844 at Mourne Presbyterian Church PR
. Robert WINTON . Dromore of Balleny; will probated 1736 IIW V4 p159
. Robert WINTON . Dromore of Balleny; will probated 1783 IIW V4 p159
Miss Isabella WISDOM . Kilkeel wife of John Moore of Moneydarragh ; mother of Ann b. 1 Oct & bpt 8 Oct 1841 at Annalong Presbyterian Church PR
. White WISDOM . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; a shoemaker in 1910 POD
. William WISDOM . Kilkeel a shoemaker in 1819 POD
. William WISDOM . Seapatrick a Protestant in Banbridge in 1766 SHPR
. William WISDOM . Seapatrick of Banbridge ; a shoemaker; mentioned in Deeds dated 1811 Registry of Deeds, Dublin Vol 629 p357
Rev. Capel WISEMAN . .Dromore Bishop of Dromore in 1683 WMO
James WISEMAN Newry of 92 Hill Street, Newry ; charity donation in 1836; a cabinet maker & servant's registry office in 1846 & 1852; died Rostrevor, 22 Dec 1866 aged 60; husband of Esther; buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard V3 p 99, 104 OSM; POD ; MIs
Miss Jennet WISFORD . Down regd. Downpatrick ; wife of William Shaw; mother of Agnes b. 1869 CR
Messrs . WISHART & Co, Comber ran a nut & bolt factory in comber c. 1925 TOOC p88
Sgt. A. WISHART . Seapatrick of Stramore Terrace; a policeman in Banbridge in 1910 POD
Miss Alexina WISHART . Drumbo regd. Ballylesson; wife of Robert Gray; mother of Jessie b. 1869 CR
. David WISEHEART . Kilmegan of Ballylough; leased a house, office & small garden in 1863 from Samuel & Charles Murland next to National School GV
Miss Ellen WISHART . Drumbo regd. Ballylesson; mother of James b. 17 Dec 1867 CR
Miss Ellen WISHART . Drumbo regd. Ballylesson; wife of John Thompson ; mother of Maryanne b. 1870 CR
Miss Isabella WISHART . Loughinisland regd. Clough ; wife of William Mitchell; mother of Agnes b. 1868 & David b. 1869 & James b. 1870 & William b. 1872 CR
. John WISEHART . Knockbreda regd. Ballymacarrett; husband of Isabella Ballantine ; father of Helen b. 24 Jul 1868 CR
. James WISLEY . Knockbreda of 138 Ravenhill Rd, East Belfast; a spirit grocer in 1902 POD
. John WISELY . Kilbroney regd. Rostrevor; husband of Anne Morgan; father of Edward b. 2 Oct 1867 CR
Miss Isabella WISNOM Holywood wife of James Longridge; mother of James bpt. 1895 & Martha bpt. 1897 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR
, . WITHERAL . see under Wetherall .
Rev. William WITHEROW Donaghadee & Killyleagh b. Banagher Co. Londonderry; assistant minister of 1st Donaghadee Presbyterian Church from 3 Mar 1874 until 16 Mar 1882 ; transfered to Killyleagh Presbyterian Church 5 Apr 1882 to assist Rev. Breakey; installation ceremony as minister, list of those present at dinner 8 Apr 1882; transfered to Westbourne Presbyterian Church, Ballymacarrett 30 Jan 1883 HCPCI p 112,113 ,169; DR
. . WITHERS . . also see Weathers .
. A. WITHERS . ? of Lisban; executor in the will of James McWilliams in 1839 IIW # 44069
Mrs.
Agnes
WITHERS . Comber aged c. 50 years ; in charge of the railway crossing on the main Comber to Killinchy Road; accidentally killed whilst trying to open trhe gates by Belfast train in 1877 ACOC p55
Miss Agnes WITHERS . Killinchy married Hugh McCleery 24 Aug 1835 at Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
.
Alexander
WITHERS . Killinchy husband of Mary Downey ; father of Mary b. 16 Mar 1851 & bpt. Raffrey Presbyterian Church PR
.
Alexander
WITHERS . Killinchy husband of Eliza Downey ; father of Samuel b. 15 Apr 1859 Robert b. 6 May 1862 & Mary Jane b. 4 Nov 1866 & bpt. Raffrey Presbyterian Church PR
.
Alexander
WITHERS . Killinchy husband of Eliza Patterson ; father of Martha b. 16 Sep 1860 & bpt. Raffrey Presbyterian Church PR
Alexander WITHERS Magheradrool fatal accident, station master killed at Ballynahinch Junction 27 Oct 1866 DR
. Alexander WITHERS . Saintfield of Patrick St, Saintfield; a tailor in 1811 POD
.
Arthur
WITHERS
.
Newtownards
of Newtownards ; husband of Jane Campbell/ Gamble ; father of William John b. 16 Apr 1846 & bpt. 14 Feb 1847 & James b. 10 Mar & bpt. 29 Oct 1849 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church
PR
Miss Eliza Jane WITHERS . Co. Down single; a domestic servant aged 25; arrived Lyttelton, New Zealand on board 'Accrington' (1900 tons) 9 Sep 1863; left Plymouth 18 Jun 1863 under Capt. Christie PL/DP
Miss Eliza WITHERS . Killinchy married Patrick Maltman 5 Dec 1823 at Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Elizabeth WITHERS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; wife of Joseph Watters ; mother of Mary Josephine b. 1873 & James Withers Watters b. 1875 CR
Mr. George WITHERS .
Killyleagh
worked at Shrigley Mills as a boy then at Ballytrim House then on the buses; death notice 10 Sep 1928 DR*
. George WITHERS . Newry will dated in 1786 IIW V4 p 178
. George WITHERS .
Saintfield
member of the cricket team c. 1920; photo available SHM '90 p 61
Miss Isabel WITHERS . Magheradrool bpt. 2 Nov 1701 at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church by Rev William Reid; father's name illegible BPCR
.
James
WITHERS . Comber died Dec 1899; destroyed his first will just before he died; his second will left £600 to be invested in goverment stocks with the interest & rent from 3 houses to go to increasing the salary of the minister of 2nd Comber Presbyterian Church; will contested by Mary Logan of Troopersfield, Carrickfergus Co. Antrim who said he was not of sound mind & was influenced by others; jury found in favour of the executors Rev. Robert Semple (the beneficiary), William James McCartan & Mary McMillan ACOC p108
. James WITHERS . Donaghadee son of Alexander Withers; married Jane Alexander 29 Dec 1860 ; father of male child b. 10 Jul 1870 & Martha b. 4 Jul 1874 CR
. James WITHERS . Dromore son of James Withers ; married Sarah Scott 8 Oct 1847 CR
. James WITHERS . Holywood drowned in Belfast Lough 16 Aug 1873 aged 27 by swamping of racing rig Vidette ; monument erected by Holywood Amateur Rowing & Swimming Club beside the Prioy; reported 23 Aug 1873 monument ; DR
. James WITHERS . Knockbreda son of John Withers ; married Eliza Reid 21 Nov 1856 CR
. James WITHERS . Newry a hair dresser from 39 Mill Street in 1881 POD
. James WITHERS . Seapatrick died 1859 aged 39; buried with Sarah Withers who d. 1856 aged 38 in 1st Presbyterian graveyard MIs
Miss Jane WITHERS . Killinchy married Thomas McMillan 10 Jul 1824 at Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss
Jane
WITHERS . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; wife of Richard Perry; mother of Richard b. 1874 CR
. John WITHERS . Newry died 2 Feb 1773 aged 53; husband of Dorcas; buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
. John WITHERS . Newry husband of Elizabeth Gordon; father of James Joseph b. 6 Aug 1869 & Mary b. 19 Apr 1871 CR
. Joseph WITHERS . Newry a hair dresser & tobacco pipe maker & tobacconist from 23 Hill Street in 1881; died 1 Dec 1894 aged 45; husband of Alice; father of Alcie Mary, Edward, Annie, Josephine, Mary Gertrude; buried St Marys Catholic graveyard POD; MIs
Miss Margaret WITHERS Down married William McKee of Clough 2 Oct 1857 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
Miss Margaret WITHERS . Kilmood daughter of Alexander Withers ; married James Hays 22 Apr 1852 CR
Miss Maria WITHERS . Seapatrick of Banbridge; spinster; executor in the will of Mrs Anna Bella Law of Banbridge 7 Nov 1887 & Susan McCullough 23 Apr 1894 OFB p 28, 45
Miss Mary WITHERS . Co. Down single; a governess aged 24; arrived in Lyttelton, New Zealand on board 'Canterbury' on 10 Jan 1864; the ship left London 21 Sep 1863 PL/DP
Miss Mary WITHERS . Comber wife of Hugh Petticrew; mother of Ellen b. 1866 & Isaac b. 1868 & Margaret b. 1870 & Robert b. 1874 CR
Miss Mary Ann WITHERS . Newry wife of William Conlon; mother of Elizabeth b. 1867 & Mary b. 1870 CR
Miss Matilda WITHERS . Bangor & Newtownards wife of John Wilson ; mother of John b. 1868 (regd. Bangor) & Isabella b. 1871 (regd. Newtownards) CR
Capt. Patrick WITHERS . Belfast master of 'Nathaniel' in 1750, 'Kitty' in 1757, 'Owners Delight' in 1779 & 'Nancy' in 1782 plying from Belfast to Liverpool PE
  Peggy WITHERS  . Saintfield murdered by Agnes Burns & Mary West 1 Mar 1856 DR
R.
WITHERS . Comber of The Square, Comber; a grocer in 1899 POD
Mrs. R. WITHERS . Comber of The Square, Comber ; a grocer in 1912 POD
Mr.
R.
WITHERS . Killyleagh elected vice captian of East Down Cycling Club 12 Jun 1926 DR*
. R WITHERS . Saintfield a civil bill officer in Saintfield in 1901 & 1910 POD
.
Robert
WITHERS . Comber son of Samuel Withers; married Jane Steel(e) 22 May 1851; father of Margaret b. 21 May 1868 & Elizabeth b. 25 Sep 1869 CR
. Robert WITHERS . Comber of The Square, Comber; a grocer in 1870 & agent for Robert Lindsay & Co. (sewed muslin manufacturers POD
. S.H. WITHERS . Comber volunteered & served in 1st World War War Memorial
Mr.
S.
WITHERS . Killyleagh of Shrigley; a cricketer; brother of Alexander, a footballer; both enlisted in Lord Kitchener's army 8 Sep 1914 DR*
.
S.
WITHERS . Saintfield on committee for Hockey Club 13 Sep 1928 DR*
Dr. Thomas John WITHERS M.D. Comber born Comber; called to a drowning in Lower Distillery Dam, Comber in 1881; emigrated to New Zealand in 1885; died 5 Jul 1918 aged 65 in Southbridge, New Zealand leaving a widow, 3 daughters & 2 sons, the eldest Major R.L. Withers ACOC p66; PPNZ
. W.G. WITHERS . Comber volunteered & served in 1st World War War Memorial
Mr. W. WITHES (sic) . Killyleagh

a member of Shrigley Cricket Team c. 1925; click here for a photo

DR
Rev. William B. WITHERS . Ballyphilip father of Reuben Thomas & Catherine who died in infancy c. 1850 & buried Templecranny graveyard with Glass family MIs
. William WITHERS . Comber of Comber; died 24 May 1887 aged 84; husband of Elizabeth who d. 4 May 1873 aged 7..; father of Margaret (d. 1863 aged 20) & Agnes (d. 1891 aged 44); buried Comber graveyard MIs
. William WITHERS . Comber a member of B Constabulary in Comber; fataly injured in cycling accident 3 Jun 1938 DR*
.
William John
WITHERS . Donaghcloney regd. Waringstown; husband of Mary Ann McKinley; father of Joseph b. 5 Jun 1868 CR
. William WITHERS . Dromore husband of Mary Jane Flemming ; father of Robert b. 13 May 1872 CR
.
William
WITHERS . Newry husband of Mary Hollywood; father of Anne b. 21 Feb 1871 CR
.
WITHERSPOON . also see Widerspoon .
. . WITMAN . . see under Whitman .
.
Alexander
WITHERSPOON . Kilmore son of Samuel Witherspoon ; aged 26 married Mrs Elizabeth Patterson (nee Downy) 18 Nov 1850 CR
.
Alexander
WITHERSPOON . Killinchy husband of Eliza Downey ; father of Mary b. 23 Jun 1852 & Mary b. 14 May 1854 & bpt. Raffrey Presbyterian Church PR
. Ellen WEATHERSPOON . Bangor of Fisher Hill, Bangor ; leased a house , yard & small garden in 1863 from Robert E. Ward GV
. James WITHERSPOON . Knockbreda of Knockbreckan; a Presbyterian; colleague of Thomas Russell during 1798 Rebellion FSFD p48
Miss
Jane
WITHERSPOON . Newtownards daughter of James Witherspoon ;aged 22 married William Barr 18 Nov 1850 CR
. John WITHERSPOON . Ballyphilip died 22 Mar 1857 aged 52; buried Templecranny graveyard MIs
John
WITHERSPOON Drumbo father of Elizabeth bpt. 16 May 1703 & Mary bpt. 4 Apr 1707 at Drumbo Presbyterian Church PR
.
John
WITHERSPOON . Kilmore farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 Irish Flax Growers list
.
John
WEATHERSPOON . Kilmore in Rademan, leased a house in 1863 from John McRobert GV
.
William John WOTHERSPOON . Ballyphilip from Portaferry; served with the Royal Navy in 1874 SSSCP p57
. William WEATHERSPOON . Bangor of Fisher Hill, Bangor ; leased a house , yard & small garden in 1863 from John McKee GV
Miss Margaret WHIT . Dromore wife of William Clewer; mother of John b. 3 Nov 1867 & bpt. at Dromore Church of Ireland PR
Miss Mary WITT . Warrenpoint wife of Patrick Kelly ; mother of Edward James b. 1867 CR

 

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