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Born Co. Tyrone, Married / Died in the Colony of Victoria, Australia 1839-65

Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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Personal notices extracted from The Argus [Melbourne], Londonderry Sentinel, Portland Guardian [Portland, Vic.], The Star [Ballarat, Vic.], Bendigo Advertiser [Bendigo. Vic.], Sydney Morning Herald [NSW] & additional data from the Pioneers Index 1836-88 & Federation Index 1889-1901, Victorian Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths (VRBMD)

May 16 1840

FERGUSON. Died September 28, 1839, at Melbourne, South Australia, [sic] EDMOND DAVIS, fourth son of the late PATRICK FERGUSON, ESQ., Lisdermott House, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 31 1841

PATTERSON. Died at Melbourne, Port Philip, on the 16th February last, MARY ANNE, wife of JOHN PATTERSON, ESQ., R.N. [formerly of Strabane] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 22 1842

HOLMES-MACLEAN. Married on the 26th May last by special license, by the Rev. James Forbes, A.M., MR. MATTHEW HOLMES (late of Strabane), of the firm of Kerr and Holmes, Melbourne, Australia, to Anne, youngest daughter of Allan Maclean, Esq, of Strathallan, Port Philip (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 30 1845

FOOTE-PATTERSON. Married on the 10th March, at St. James' Church, Melbourne, Port Phillip, Thomas Foote, Esq., of Mount Battery, Melbourne, to MARY, eldest daughter of JOHN PATTERSON, ESQ., surgeon, R.N., formerly of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 6 1852

PILKINGTON-THOMAS. Married by special license, on the 5th instant, at Trinity Church, Pentridge [Coburg, Melbourne], by the Rev. Edward Tanner, ROBERT, youngest son of the REV. JOSEPH PILKINGTON, late Rector of the parish of Upper Langfield, county of Tyrone Ireland, to Emily Eliza, youngest daughter of William Thomas, Esq. J P, Guardian of Aborigines, Strangway, Pentridge (Argus)

November 22 1852

McCREA-POLLOCK. Married at St. Peter's Church, Melbourne, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. D. Wood, JAMES McCREA, ESQ., M.D., Assistant Colonial Surgeon, Bendigo, late of Grange House, county Tyrone, Ireland, to Anna Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Pollock, Esq., of Dublin (Argus)

December 1 1852

VON STIEGLITZ. Died at Ballan, on the 22nd November, 1852, CHARLOTTE, relict of the late HENRY LOUIS VON STIEGLITZ, of Cookstown, Ireland, aged 68 years (Argus)

March 10 1853

BALL. Died on the evening of the 20th of January, 1853, JANE, eldest daughter of JAMES C. BALL, late of Mulvin, in the county of Tyrone, Ireland, in the 27th year of her age, on board the ship Edmond, on her passage from Liverpool to Melbourne (Argus)

April 5 1853

FLEMING. Died at her residence, Kyneton, on the 29th March, MARGARET, the wife of SAMUEL FLEMING, late of Tyrone, Ireland, aged 61 years (Argus)

April 15 1853

PATTERSON. Died on the 18th November last, at the home of her brother in law, DR. JOHN PATTERSON, R.N., [formerly of Strabane] Blaydon, Brunswick, near Melbourne, VICTORIA EMILY, eldest daughter of the late THOMAS STERRITT, ESQ., of Letterkenny [Co. Donegal] (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 10 1853

SPITTAL-WILSON. Married on the 16th December, at St. James' Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Samuel Taylor, Francis Charles Spittal, Esq., to MARGARET, youngest daughter of the late JAMES WILSON, ESQ., Clerk of the Crown for the county of Tyrone(Londonderry Sentinel)

[Margaret died 1860 aged 36 years. Parents: James Wilson & Margaret (VRBMD)]

Sept. 16 1853

PATTERSON. Died on the 14th instant, at Blaydon, the residence of his son-in-law, Thomas V. Foote, Esq., JOHN PATTERSON, ESQ., Surgeon, Royal Navy, in the 67th year of his age Deceased was one of the oldest naval surgeons, having entered the service in the year 1806 [Formerly of Strabane] (Argus)

October 7 1853

WALKER. Died on the 1st June, at Castlemaine, Australia, in the 26th year of his age, MR. JOHN WALKER, late of Tyrconley, near Donemana, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 24 1853

MONAHAN. Died at the residence of her father, 158 Great Bourke Street East, on Tuesday morning, after a short illness, FANNY, daughter of MR. THOMAS MONAHAN, late of Dungannon, Ireland (Argus)

[Aged 24 years. Parents: Thomas Monahan and Elizabeth Bullock (VRBMD)]

February 3 1854

PATTERSON. Died at his residence, Blaydon, near Melbourne, Victoria, on the 16th September last, JOHN PATTERSON, ESQ., surgeon, R.N., formerly of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 31 1854

RAMSAY. Died on the 30th inst., at No. 5 Young's Cottages, Flinders Lane [Melbourne], CHARLES RAMSAY, formerly of Cookstown, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged twenty-five years, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. The funeral procession will move from the above place at half-past three o'clock this afternoon (Argus)

[Born Scotland, parents’ names unknown (VRBMD)]

April 21 1854

BURD-BALL. Married on the 23rd March, by special license, at St. Peter's Church, Collingwood, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Melbourne, George, third son of the late John Burd, Esq., Manchester, England, to ANNIE ORAM, fourth daughter of the late JAMES CREIGHTON BALL, ESQ., Mulvin, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

April 21 1854

CARLTON-BALL. Married on the 20th inst., by special license, at the Cathedral, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Melbourne, John Watson, second son of the late James Carlton, Esq., Manchester, England, to ELIZA, third daughter of the late JAMES CREIGHTON BALL, ESQ., Mulvin, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

October 6 1854

NORDEN-CALDWELL. Married on the 30th September, by license, at St. Stephen's Church, Richmond, by the Rev. Charles Horace Perks, Oakley, eldest son or Mr. Alexander Norden, clock and watchmaker, Castle Hedingham, Essex, England, to MARGARET, second daughter of the late MR. SAMUEL CALDWELL, sergeant of the 17th Regt. of Foot, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)


Sept. 9 1854

GRAHAM-McCLELLAND. Married on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Irving Hetherington, Mr. Hugh Graham, youngest son of Mr. Alexander Graham, county Antrim, to MISS MARY McCLELLAND, third daughter of MR. ROBERT McCLELLAND, Cook's Town, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

May 31 1855

BUTLER-MOSS. Married on the 27th inst., at St. Peter's Church, Collingwood, by the Rev. J. Barlow, Mr. John Butler, of the firm of Butler and Nelson, to ANNE, daughter of the late EDWARD MOSS, ESQ., of Omagh, County Tyrone (Argus)

[Anne died 1897 aged 75 years. Parents: Edward Moss & Jane Quinn (VRBMD)]

August 27 1855

MARTIN-BENNETT. Married on the 15th inst., at Kyneton, by the Rev. Frederick Barton, Joseph Martin, Esq., of Mount Blackwood, to JANE M.[MAGILL] BENNETT, youngest daughter of the late REV. D. BENNETT, Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

October 12 1855

HOLMES. Born on the 4th inst., at Eldon House, near Edinburgh, the wife of MATTHEW HOLMES, ESQ., of Geelong, Victoria [formerly of Ballycolman, Strabane], of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 12 1855

GIBB-MACKLIN. Married on the 10th inst., at John Knox's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Mr. Miller, Mr. David Gibb, of Liberton Bank, River Hopkins, to MISS LAVINIA MACKLIN, late of Newtownstewart, Ireland. (Argus)

April 5 1856

ALLEN. Died at Long Gully, Sandhurst, JOHN ALLEN, son of the late WILLIAM ALLEN, Drumkee, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged thirty- three years. (Bendigo Advertiser)


Sept. 20 1856

JAMIESON-PATTERSON. Married on the 18th inst., at St. Kilda, by special license, by the Rev. J. S. Waugh, Wesleyan Minister, MR. JAMES JAMIESON, to MRS. MARY JANE PATTERSON, relict of the late MR. JAMES PATTERSON, of Dandenong and both from the county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

Sept. 24 1856

BELL. Died on the 17th April, at the residence of his mother, ACHESON, third son of the late JAMES BELL, ESQUIRE, of Legaroe, county Tyrone, Ireland, and brother of MR. RICHARDSON BELL, of this town [Portland] (Portland Guardian & Normanby General Advertiser)

[Richardson Bell died 1857, aged 37 years (VRBMD)]

October 7 1856

SHORT. Died on the 6th inst., at the Australian Hotel, Bourke Street West [Melbourne], ANN SHORT, sister of HUGH SHORT, county of Tyrone, Ireland, aged 40 years (Argus)

[Parents: James Short & Isabella McCrossen (VRBMD)]

February 10 1857

MORROW. Died on the 9th inst., MR. DAVID MORROW, aged 33 years, late of Dungannon, county Tyrone, Ireland, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends (Argus)

[Parents: James Morrow & Isabella McCurdy (VRBMD)]

February 20 1857

BOYCE-CROOKS. Married on the 19th inst., at St. James' Cathedral [Melbourne], Miss Margaret Boyce, eldest daughter of Mr. George Boyce, Armagh, Ireland, to MR. JOHN CROOKS, of Cook's Town, Ireland, now of Upper Yarra Hotel, Templestowe, near Melbourne (Argus)

May 29 1857

HOLLAND (MACKLIN). Died on the 27th inst., at the Globe Inn, Melbourne, after a protracted illness, MARGARET, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN HOLLAND, and daughter of MR. ANDREW MACKLIN, Newtownstewart, Ireland (Argus)

[Aged 29 years (VRBMD)]

Aug 4 1857

McCONNELL-PRICE. Married on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, Napier Street, Collingwood [Melbourne], MR. JAMES McCONNELL to MISS ELIZABETH PRICE, both late of Dungannon, Ireland. Home papers please copy (Argus)


Sept. 14 1857

McNULTY. Died on the 11th July, at the British American Hotel, Mount Korong, JOHN McNULTY, aged thirty-one years; native county Tyrone, Ireland. New York papers please copy (Argus)

February 10 1858

ROLLSTONE-HICKEY. Married on the 5th inst., by special licence, at the United Presbyterian Church, Collins Street [Melbourne], by the Rev. A. M. Ramsay, Fanny, daughter of Mr. Nicholas Hickey, to ROBERT ROLLSTONE, ESQ., late of Strabane, Ireland (Argus)

April 15 1858

JOHNSON-YOUNG. Married on the 10th inst., by license, at Ballaarat, by the Rev. John Potter, B. K. Johnson, Esq., surgeon, of Creswick, to LETITIA EMILY, eldest daughter of WILLIAM YOUNG, ESQ., of River View House, near Dungannon, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

April 15 1858

HUGHES (WHYTE). Died on the 5th inst., at Sandhurst [Bendigo], MARGARET SERENA WHYTE, wife of THOMAS HUGHES, and daughter of HUMPHREY WHYTE, ESQ., leather merchant, Newtown Stewart, County Tyrone, Ireland. (Bendigo Advertiser)

[Died aged 24 years (VRBMD)]

April 28 1858

THOMSON-BORLAND. Married n the 27th inst, at 63 Napier Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Cairns, Mr. James Thomson, Kangaroo Ground, to SARAH, third daughter of the late MR. ARCHIBALD BORLAND, Strabane, Ireland

FISHER-BORLAND. Also, at the same time and place, by the Rev. Dr. Cairns, Mr. William Wallace Fisher, late of Rothsay, Scotland, to REBECCA, youngest daughter of the late MR. ARCHIBALD BORLAND, Strabane, Ireland (Argus)


June 5 1858

BURNS. Died on the 4th inst., at his residence, 186 Elizabeth Street [Melbourne], MR. GEORGE BURNS, formerly of Cookstown, County Tyrone, Ireland, in the 66th year of his age (Argus)

Parents: Henry Burns & Julia [VRBMD]

July 2 1858

BENNETT. Died March 22, at Kyneton, Victoria, Australia, JANE, widow of the late REV. DAVID BENNETT, minister of the First Presbyterian Church, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 15 1858

WARBURTON-MARSHALL. Married on the 9th inst., at Christ's Church, St. Kilda, W. Jas. Warburton, late of Charlemont, County Armagh, Ireland, to ISABELLA, eldest daughter of the late EDWARD MARSHALL, of Moy, County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

[Isabella died 1896 aged 57 years. Parents: Edward Marshall & Isabel Sims (VRBMD)]

April 27 1859

McINTYRE. Died on the 25th inst., at Water-tank Cottage, the residence of Mr. Samuel McClure, Lonsdale Street West [Melbourne], MR. ARCHIBALD McINTYRE, third son of MR. JOHN McINTYRE, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 26 years (Argus)

[Parents: John McIntyre & Susan Donnelly (VRBMD)]

May 5 1859

McCREA. Born on the 16th January, at Grange House, Strabane, County Tyrone, Ireland, the wife of JAMES McCREA, ESQ., M.D., [Assistant Colonial Surgeon, Bendigo, Victoria] of a son (Argus)

June 8 1859

MAXWELL-McCONKEY. Married on the 3rd inst., at Chalmers' Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Adam Cairns, D.D., WILLIAM HENRY, second son of the late WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL, ESQ., Lieutenant of H. M. 72nd Highlanders, to MARGARET SOPHIA, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM McCONKEY, ESQ., M.D., both of Omagh, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

June 8 1859

MAXWELL-McCONKEY. Married on the 3rd inst., at Chalmers' Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Adam Cairns, D.D., THOMAS, youngest son of the late WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL, ESQ., Lieutenant of H. M. 72nd Highlanders, to ELLEN, second daughter of the late WILLIAM McCONKEY, ESQ., M.D., both of Omagh, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

October 4 1859

MASON. Died on the 1st inst, at 2 Little Church Street, Melbourne, JOHN HENRY (native of Adelaide), aged 5 years, youngest son of MR. JOHN MASON, late of Stewartstown, county Tyrone, Ireland. Home papers please copy (Argus)

[Parents: John Mason & Mary Anderson (VRBMD)]

November 17 1859

NEALE-MOLLOY. Married on the 22nd ult., at St. James' Cathedral, by the Very Reverend the Dean of Melbourne, Sarah Elizabeth, only daughter of the late John Neale, Esq., of Burris-in-Ossory, Ireland, to JAMES CHARLES MOLLOY, of this City [Melbourne], formerly of Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

December 17 1859

McCUTCHEON-McCUTCHEON. Married on the 10th inst., in St. Kilda Wesleyan Church, by the Rev. W. P. Wells, Mr. James McCutcheon, North Melbourne, to MARGARET, second daughter of MR. JOHN McCUTCHEON, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

March 26 1860

COBAIN. Died on the 23rd inst., at Boroondara, near Melbourne, JOHNSON, son of JOHN COBAIN, late of Aughnacloy, Tyrone, Ireland, aged 23. Home papers please copy (Argus)

[Parents: John Cobain & Maria (maiden name not stated) (VRBMD)]

July 14 1860

CAVANAGH. Died on the 11th inst., John Cavanagh, aged 39 years, late of Auchnacloyd (sic), Ireland, of Laryngitis. (Star)

[Parents’ names unknown (VRBMD)]

August 13 1860

RAY-WARNOCK. Married on the 9th inst., at the residence of Mr. James Warnock, merchant, Maldon, by the Rev. William Woodall, Wesleyan minister, MR. JAMES RAY, draper, Castlemaine, youngest son of the late MATTHEW RAY, ESQ., Ardstraw, County Tyrone, Ireland, to MARY, eldest daughter of HUGH WARNOCK, ESQ., Rahony, County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

August 24 1860

WRAY. Died May 23, at Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia, aged 27 years, MR. THOMAS WRAY, Hargreaves Street, of the firm of Wray Brothers and Company, Barker Street, formerly of Messrs. McArthur and Company, Londonderry, and brother to MR. JOHN WRAY, Ardstraw, county Tyrone, Ireland (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Parents: Mathew Ray & Fanny Fitzgerald (VRBMD)]

Sept. 26 1860

COLHOUN-WILLIAMS. Married on the 6th inst., by the Rev. D. J. Draper, in the Wesleyan Church, St. Kilda, MR. JOHN COLHOUN, eldest son of MR. ARTHUR COLHOUN, Oakleigh, late Co. Tyrone, Ireland, to Anna Williams, eldest daughter of Mr. John Williams, Newtowncunningham, Co. Donegal, Ireland (Argus)

December 14 1860

SPITTAL (WILSON). Died on the 20th of September last, at Streth, Castlemaine, Australia, in child birth, MARGARET, wife of F.C. Spittal, N.B., and youngest daughter of the late JAMES WILSON, of Gortmore, Omagh, formerly Clerk of the Crown for county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Parents James Wilson & Margaret (maiden name not stated) (VRBMD)]

December 24 1860

JONES-BURNS. Married on the 18th inst., at St. Thomas' Church, Essendon [Melbourne], by the Rev. Edward Puckle, Samuel Jones, of Flemington, to MARY BRISBANE BURNS, youngest daughter of MR. THOMAS BURNS, of Cookstown, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

January 5 1861

MENAGH-DARLING. Married on the 1st inst., at Meredith, by the Rev. G. I. Russell, of Buninyong, MR. JOHN WILSON MENAGH, late of Tyrone, Ireland, to Ellen, third daughter of Mr. Edward Darling, late of Athboy, county Meath, Ireland. Home papers please copy (Argus)

[John died 1897 aged 63 years. Parents: John Menagh & Annie Wilson (VRBMD)]

March 4 1861

STEELE-FULLERTON. Married on the 27th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Maldon, by the Rev. Alexander Robb, Mr. James T. Steele, son of the late Rev. James Steele, D.D., Stranorlar, county Donegal, Ireland, to MAGGY, second daughter of the late ROBERT FULLERTON, ESQ., Gortanigan, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

May 24 1861

POPE-MORROW. Married on the 14th inst., at St. Mark's Church [Fitzroy], by the Rev. R. B. Barlow, Robert Walmesley Pope, Esq., Carlton, to ISABEL ASHINHURST, eldest daughter of JAMES MORROW, ESQ., formerly of Dungannon, Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

[Isabel died 1884 aged 48 years. Parents: father unknown & Marianne Monahan (VRBMD]

July 5 1861

McGOWAN-GIBSON. Married on the 5th April, at Geelong, Australia, SAMUEL McGOWAN, ESQ., son of the REV. J.G. McGOWAN, of Orritor, county Tyrone, to Mary, the third daughter of J. Gibson, Esq., of Ballyney, county Derry, Ireland (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Samuel died 1884 aged 54 years. Parents: John Geddes McGowan & Mary Sim Glasgow (VRBMD)]

July 5 1861

ROBINSON-BROWN. Married March 13, at Warrnambool, Australia, by the Rev. Mr. Abernethy, Mr. James Robinson, formerly of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to JANE ELIZABETH, only daughter of the late MR. JOHN BROWN, of Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 22 1861

SMYTH-BURWOOD. Married on the 31st of October, at All Saints' Church [Bendigo], by the Rev. W. R. Croxton, CHARLES WILLIAM, fourth son of JOHN SMYTH, Mullbrook, Newtownstewart, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Susanna Sarah, the only daughter of Robert Burwood, London (Bendigo Advertiser)


December 4 1861

DAVISON. Died on the 3rd inst., at his residence, Sir John Franklin Hotel, Collingwood, JOHN DAVISON, a native of Dungannon, Ireland, aged forty-one years. Home papers please copy (Argus)

[Parents: Robert Davison & Margaret (not stated) (VRBMD)]


February 1 1862

CHRISTIE-SMITH. Married on the 30th ult., at the United Presbyterian Church, Fitzroy [Melbourne], by the Rev. R. Hamilton, George F. Christie, Esq., of Kelvin Grove, Upper Plenty, to MARY ANN SMITH, of Preston, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

[Mary Ann died 1870 aged 38 years. Parents: Mathew Smith & unknown Gordon (VRBMD)]

July 23 1862

McGURK-BOURKE. Married on the 17th instant, at California Gully, MR. JAMES McGURK, Tyrone, Ireland, to Mary, only daughter of R. Bourke, Esq., Clare, County Clare, Ireland. (Bendigo Advertiser)


July 25 1862

KEIGHTLEY. Died on the 13th May, at Brunswick, MR. JOHN KEIGHTLEY, late of Cookstown, County Tyrone (Argus)

[Died aged 42 years. Parents: Stewart Keightly & Hannah Richardson (VRBMD)]

April 5 1862

TURNER-FORREST. Married on the31st ult., at Wickliffe Church, Learmonth, George R. Turner, store keeper, to MISS MARY FORREST, third daughter of WILLIAM and ELIZABETH FORREST, of Stewart’s Town, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

October 21 1862

WILSON. Died on the 19th October, at her residence, Lyons Street, Ballarat, in her 54th year, MARY, relict of the late ROBERT WILSON, C.E., county Tyrone, Ireland. Funeral to take place at 10.30 on this day (Tuesday). Friends please accept the invitation

ALFRED MARSHALL, Undertaker

Next O’Meara’s Limerick Castle Hotel (Star)

[Born Louth. Parents’ names unknown {VRBMD)]

February 17 1863

PURYER-WILSON. Married on the 16th February, at Christ Church [Ballarat], by the Rev. John Potter, Philip Puryer, second son of Robert Puryer, licensed victualler, London, to ISABELLA, third daughter of the REV. ROBERT WILSON, Wesleyan Minister, Omagh, Tyrone, Ireland (Star)

February 27 1863

SCOTT. Died December 7, at Ballarat, Australia, of fever, MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, aged 25 years, son of ROBERT SCOTT, ESQ., Knockmoyle, Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Parents’ names unknown (VRBMD)]

March 20 1863

JOHNSTON-ROGERS. Married on the 10th inst, at Kyneton, by the Rev. G. O. Vance, ARTHUR JOHNSTON, general storekeeper, of Woodend, son of the late JAMES JOHNSTON, of Drumquin, County Tyrone, Ireland, to MATILDA, fourth daughter of JOHN ROGERS, of the aforenamed place, and sister to WILLIAM ROGERS, of Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, and GEORGE ROGERS, of Dunedin, New Zealand (Argus)

[Arthur died 1868 aged 37 years. Parents: James & Sarah Johnston. Widow Matilda (born Tyrone) remarried 1872, James Sproule (born Tyrone) (VRBMD)]

May 25 1863

CORNELL-McCUTCHEON. Married on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. D. J. Draper, Mr. Edward Cornell, of Madeline Street [Carlton], son of the late Mr. Charles Cornell, of Rochester, Kent, England, to CATHERINE, daughter of MR. JOHN McCUTCHEON, SEN., of 66 Lygon Street [Carlton], late of Omagh, county Tyrone, Ireland. No cards sent (Argus)

[Catherine died 1877 aged 42 years. Parents: John McCutcheon & Margaret Bothwell (VRBMD)]

May 25 1863

McCUTCHEON-LITTLE. Married on the 30th April, by the Rev. D J. Draper, MR. JOHN McCUTCHEON, (of Carlton) formerly of Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, to SOPHIA, daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM LITTLE, County Monaghan, Ireland (Argus)

June 23 1863

WOOD-CHARLES. Married on the 15th June, at Skipton, by the Rev. T, W. Whan, MITCHEL WOOD, ESQ., of Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland, to Miss Margaret Charles, only daughter of the late Alexander Charles, shipowner, Greenock, Scotland. Home papers please copy (Star)

[Mitchel died 1868 aged 30 years. Father: Charles, mother unknown (VRBMD)]

August 25 1863

WARBY-BULLOCK. Married on the 6th inst., at the residence of the bride’s aunt, Campbellfield, N.S.W., by the Rev. W. Magee, John W. Warby, of Moorfields, Campbelltown, N.S.W., to ISABELLA, fourth daughter of ABEL BULLOCK, of Cecil, Co. Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

October 13 1863

GIBSON-MACLEAN. Married October 7, at 11 Bellevue Terrace, Edinburgh, by the Rev. John Bruce, D.D., the Rev. James Gibson, A.M., Strabane, to HANNAH, only daughter of MALCOLM MACLEAN, ESQ., of Strathallan, Victoria, Australia (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 30 1863

BARDIN. Died August 17, at Brunswick, near Melbourne, EDMOND WILLIAM JOHNSON BARDIN, of Emerald Downs, Queensland, youngest son of the late REV. CHARLES BARDIN, D.D., many years Rector of Derryloran, Cookstown, Diocese of Armagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Parents: Charles Peter Bardin & Julia Helena Hodgkinson (VRBMD)]

November 20 1863

MEADEN-BULLOCK. Married on the 17th inst., at St. Mark’s, Fitzroy [Melbourne], by the Rev. R. B. Barlow, J.W. Meaden, 178 and 180, Wellington Street, Collingwood, to MARY, fifth daughter of MR. ABEL BULLOCK, Cecil, Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

[Mary died 1898 aged 57 years. Parents: Abel Bullock & Jane Duncan (VRBDM)]

December 17 1863

SUFFREN-FENTON. Married on the 16th December, by the Rev. Wm. Sutton, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. Suffren, of St John, N.B., late of Williamstown, Victoria, to MISS ELIZABETH FENTON, daughter of JOHN FENTON, ESQ., of Ballarat, formerly of St John, N.B., and Strabane, Ireland. No cards. Home papers please copy. (Star)

Elizabeth died 1878 aged 41 years. Parents John Fenton & Catherine Larkie (VRBMD)]

March 18 1864

FOX. Died on the 17th inst., at his residence, Britannia Inn, Queen Street, Melbourne, MR. PATRICK FOX. Tyrone papers, please copy (Argus)

[Parents: Peter Fox & Bridget Teague, died aged 38 years (VRBMD)]

March 26 1864

MORROW-FIELDING. Married on the 24th inst, at the residence of the bride's father, Richmond, by the Rev. J.G. Millard, JOHN JAMES, son of JAMES MORROW, ESQ., late of Dungannon, Ireland, to Martha, second daughter of Thomas Fielding, Esq., late of Manchester, England. No cards (Argus)


April 26 1864

HALCRO. Died on the 31st January last, at Melbourne, Australia, a few days after his arrival in that country, ROBERT, son of the late MR. JAMES HALCRO, Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

[Parents: James Halcro & Elizabeth Crosley (VRBMD)]

Sept. 19 1864

DEVEY-BULLOCK. Married on the 15th inst., at St. John's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. John Barlow, Augustus Frederick, eldest son of Adam Devey, Esq., late of London, to CHRISTIANA, eldest daughter of ROBERT BULLOCK, ESQ., late of Strabane, county Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)

[Christiana’s parents: Robert Bullock & Rebecca J. Fitzgerald (VRBMD)]

November 17 1864

BURNS-MORROW. Married on the 16th inst., at the Wesleyan Church, Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, by the Rev. D. J. Draper, assisted by the Rev. J. G. Millard, the Rev. Edward Benson Burns, of Hamilton, to MARY ELIZA ELEANOR, youngest daughter of JAMES MORROW, ESQ., late of Dungannon, Ireland. No cards (Argus)

[Mary died 1881 aged 37 years. Parents: James Morrow & Mary Ann Monahan (VRBMD)

28 November 1864

GRAY-DAVISON. Married on the 21st inst., by special license, at St. Peter's Church [Melbourne], by the Rev. H. H. P. Handfield, WILLIAM, eldest son of MR. JOHN GRAY, of Tyrone, Ireland, to MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of the late MR. JOHN DAVISON, Tyrone, Ireland. No cards (Argus)

[William died 1880 aged 40 years: Parents John Gray & Jane Breen. Mary Anne died 1872 aged 29 years: Parents John Davison & Eliza StClair (VRBMD)]

December 8 1864

DEVEY. Died on the 2nd inst., at Sandridge [Port Melbourne], CHRISTIANNA, the wife of Augustus Frederick Devey, aged twenty-eight years (Argus)

[Christianna [nee BULLOCK],(formerly of Strabane) married Sept. 15 1864, Augustus F. Devey] (see above)

December 17 1864

BALL-ROBINSON. Married on the 3rd inst., at Dunedin [New Zealand], by the Rev. Mr. Granger, W. ORAM, third son of the late JAMES CREIGHTON BALL, ESQ., Co. Tyrone, Ireland, to Eliza, second daughter of the late Robert Robinson, Esq., of Geelong, Victoria. No cards (Argus)

July 1 1865

BARWICK-McIVOR. Married at St. Patrick's Cathedral [Melbourne], by the Rev. Henry England, Mr. W. P. Barwick, of Yorkshire, England, to MARGARET EMILY, second daughter of MR. JAMES McIVOR, Moy, county Tyrone. No cards (Argus)

[Margaret died 1868 aged 25 years; parents James McIver & Rosa McCann (VRBMD)]

August 19 1865

WALLACE-MONTEITH. Married on the 10th inst., at Melbourne, by the Rev. J. Caldwell, James Andrew Wallace, Renfrew, Scotland, to MATILDA JANE, only daughter of the late WILLIAM MONTEITH, ESQ., Tyrone, Ireland (Argus)


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