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Clonleigh Parish Death Announcements, Co. Donegal 1778-1900

Death announcements relating to Clonleigh Parish (including Lifford and Ballindrait) extracted from personal notices inserted in numerous Irish newspapers 1778-1900. Original spelling has been retained.
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
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Clonleigh Parish Church (St. Lugadius Church of Ireland), Lifford, Co. Donegal

 

 

June 19 1778

Died in England the lady of JOHN COWAN of Lifford Co Donegal. (Londonderry Journal)

July 26 1779

At Lifford, surgeon GILLESPY (Saunders’ News-Letter)

September 27 1785

Died at Ballindrait, ROBERT ARMSTRONG (Strabane Journal)

August 28 1786

Died at Ballindrate, Mr. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG. This young man......... (Strabane Journal)

January 22 1787

Died at Lifford a few days since, Mrs. SMYLY, wife to Mr. ROBERT SMYLY (Strabane Journal)

April 23 1787

Died at Porthall, Miss MARY SAMPSON (Strabane Journal)

August 17 1795

Died at Lifford, Mrs. SPENCE, wife of Mr. JOHN SPENCE (Strabane Journal)

August 23 1799

At Lifford, Mr. MAT. SIMPSON, jailer (Saunders’ News-Letter)

July 7 1808

At Lifford, the Rev. JAMES MONGAN, aged 47 years, Pastor of Camus and Clonlee (Saunders’ News-Letter)

October 20 1809

At Lifford, on the 16th inst., Mrs. KNOX, the wife of the Rev. RUSSELL KNOX, and eldest daughter of Doctor ….? [illegible], of Harcourt-street [Dublin] (Saunders’ Newsletter)

December 3 1822

On the 30th ult. in Lifford, Mrs. McCORMICK, relict of the late Mr. J. McCORMICK (Strabane Morning Post)

February 18 1823

At Lifford, on Friday evening last, Miss MILLAR, at the advanced age of 85 (Strabane Morning Post)

February 25 1823

At Lifford, on Friday 11th inst. in the 80th year of her age, Miss ANNE MILLAR. She lived beloved and died lamented (Strabane Morning Post)

July 29 1823

At Lifford, after a short illness, Mrs. FRANCES McFARLAND – kind hearted towards her friends, and charitable to the poor, her death will be regretted, and her loss deplored by all who knew her (Strabane Morning Post)

May 11 1824

On Monday se’nnight, JOHN CHAMBERS, Esq. Lifford, deservedly lamented by a numerous and highly respectable acquaintance (Strabane Morning Post)

June 22 1824

At Edenmore, on Saturday last, Mr. JOHN CROCKETT (Strabane Morning Post)

June 22 1824

On Tuesday last, Mr. WILLIAM KEYS, of Mullinavey (Strabane Morning Post)

Oct ober26 1824

At Murlagh, on Sunday last, at a very advanced age Mrs. McHUGH, relict of the late Mr. PATRICK McHUGH, of Drumnabuoy (Strabane Morning Post)

January 11 1825

Suddenly, on Saturday last, Mrs. MELLON, wife of Mr. JOHN MELLON, Lifford (Strabane Morning Post)

January 18 1825

On Sunday morning, Mr. ARCHIBALD JACK, of the Haw, near Lifford (Strabane Morning Post)

June 21 1825

At Lifford, on Sunday last, Mrs. STEVENSON aged 70 (Strabane Morning Post)

September 6 1825

At Brookend, near Stewartstown [Co Tyrone], on Tuesday last Mr. JOHN WHALLY, of Port hall, whose death was occasioned by the fall of a beam in a Flour Mill (Strabane Morning Post)

January 10 1826

At Lifford, on Friday morning last, Mrs. RISK, shortly after being delivered of a son (Strabane Morning Post)

March 14 1826

On Saturday last, Mr. WILLIAM BURNS, of Ballyminister, near Ballindreat (Strabane Morning Post)

April 4 1826

At Lifford, on the 1st instant, Mrs. GEORGE KNOX, in the 33rd year of her age. Kind and affectionate, attentive to the comforts and seeking the happiness of all around her, she has left a blank in society that must long be felt by more than her immediate relatives. The very numerous and respectable body of friends who accompanied her remains to the place of interment, testified the high esteem in which she was universally held (Strabane Morning Post)

June 20 1826

At Porthall, on Sunday last, Mr. JAMES CLARKE (Strabane Morning Post)

Nov ember21 1826

At Cooley, on Thursday, Mr. ADAM BLAIR, formerly of Ardnaglass, in the parish of Lifford, aged 86 years (Strabane Morning Post)

April 10 1827

At Newtownstewart, on Thursday last, Mrs. TURKINGTON, wife of Mr. WILLIAM TURKINGTON, Officer of Excise, and second daughter of Mr. W. CLARKE, of Lifford (Strabane Morning Post)

December 4 1827

At Edenmore, Parish of Lifford, on Saturday last, Mr. WILLIAM CROCKETT (Strabane Morning Post)

March 18 1828

At Shannon, on Tuesday last, Miss A. CALDWELL aged 79 years (Strabane Morning Post)

April 18 1828

At Lifford, on Tuesday the 1st instant, Mr. THOMAS STARRET, in the 44th year of his age (Strabane Morning Post)

May 6 1828

At Lifford, on Sunday morning last, Mr JOHN LITTLE, innkeeper (Strabane Morning Post)

June 3 1828

On Monday last, JOHN BALL, Esq., of Shannon (Strabane Morning Post)

June 17 1828

At Lifford, on Wednesday last, after a short illness, JOHN LITTLE, aged 67 years (Strabane Morning Post)

August26 1828

At Lifford, on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, which he bore with christian resignation, THOMAS GILLILAND, Deputy Barrack-master (Strabane Morning Post)

November 11 1828

Suddenly, at Lifford, on Thursday last, ISAAC HUMPHREYS, Esq. late captain in his Majesty’s 62nd regiment of foot (Strabane Morning Post)

January 6 1829

At Lifford, on the 5th instant, Mrs. LITTLE, relict of the late Mr. JOHN LITTLE, aged 68 years (Strabane Morning Post)

August 4 1829

On Saturday last, Mr JAMES MARSHALL, of Ballynabrien, in the parish of Clonleigh (Strabane Morning Post)

October 27 1829

On Saturday last, at Rohan, near Lifford, Mr. THOMAS CROSSEN (Strabane Morning Post)

November 10 1829

At Lifford, on Friday last, after a short illness, Mr. WILLIAM PRICE, formerly Gaoler of Lifford (Strabane Morning Post)

November 17 1829

At Lifford, on Tuesday last, Mr. JOSEPH SHARKEY, at an advanced age of 89 years, he was one of the oldest inhabitants of that town (Strabane Morning Post

December 22 1829

On Sunday last at Clonleigh, after a severe illness, which he bore with christian fortitude, and resignation, Dr. CUNNINGHAM, son of Mr. JAMES CUNNINGHAM, of same place (Strabane Morning Post)

April 13 1830

At Lifford, on Saturday last, the 10th instant, after a lingering illness, which he bore with christian fortitude and resignation JAMES MELLON, one of the oldest inhabitants of that town, at the advanced age of 75 years (Strabane Morning Post)

August 24 1830

On the 21st inst. at Gortin, near Ballindreat, the Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, Jun. aged 26 years. He was a young man, of the most amiable and interesting dispositions, sincerely beloved by the members of his own family, esteemed by his associates, and respected by the public. He was an assiduous and successful student in the Belfast Institution, where his worth, his amiable and engaging qualities were appreciated as they deserved. After the completion of his Collegiate studies, not indeed without the attainment of many honours, he became a promising, and faithful Licentiate of the Presbyterian Church. Shortly after he had been called to that sacred office, it pleased God, whose ways are inscrutable, to interrupt his prospects of usefulness, by visiting his with a lingering disease which terminated in death. His respected parents and family, have to lament, in his decease the loss of a dutiful son and affectionate brother, accompanied however, by the consoling and cheering assurance, that he is now a child of God, and an heir of glory (Strabane Morning Post)

August 28 1830

On the 21st inst., at Gortin, the residence of his father, in the 26th year of his age, the Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, son of the Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation of Ballindreat (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 19 1831

On the 15th inst., at Gortin, the residence of his son in law, in the 91st year of his age, the Rev. JAMES TAYLOR, for 65 years Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation of Convoy (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 14 1831

At Lifford, on Monday, the 2nd inst., Mrs. HUMPHREYS, relict of the late D. HUMPHREYS, Esq., of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 14 1831

On Wednesday last, the 4th inst., JOHN GAMBLE, Esq., of Strabane, Author of Views of Society and Manners in the North of Ireland, Stanley, Charleton and several other esteemed works. This lamented gentleman walked partly to Lifford, and accompanied the funeral of the late Mrs. HUMPHREYS to the graveyard, and whilst in the church, he dropped down and instantly expired (Strabane Morning Post)

May 28 1831

On the 19th inst., at Gorten, aged 24 years, Mr. ALEXANDER HOUSTON, Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, youngest son of the Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, Presbyterian Minister of Ballindreat Congregation (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 30 1831

On the 13th inst., at the residence of her son in law, Lisnafin, near Newtownstewart, in the 70th year of her age, after a lingering illness, Mrs. JACK, the relict of the late Mr. ARCHIBALD JACK, Haw, near Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 20 1831

In Lifford, on Sunday last, the 14th inst., Mrs. YOUNG, relict of the late WILLIAM YOUNG, Esq., of Mounthall, at a very advanced age (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 6 1831

In Lifford Gaol on Thursday, the 1st inst., Mr. JOHN HUNTER, for upwards of 30 years Under Gaoler, at the advanced age of 65 years (Strabane Morning Post)

January 24 1832

On Tuesday last, at Cavan, County Donegal, PETER CLARKE, Esq. formerly of Raphoe (Strabane Morning Post)

March 20 1832

At Lifford, on Wednesday last, Mr. JOHN MILLER, of that town (Strabane Morning Post)

March 20 1832

At same place on Tuesday last Mrs. ALLEN, relict of the late Mr. ALLEN, of Lifford (Strabane Morning Post)

April 10 1832

At Lifford, on Tuesday last, at the advanced age of 71 years, Mr. WILLIAM CLARKE (Strabane Morning Post)

May 17 1832

On Sunday last, at Bullocktown, Miss HAMILTON, daughter of Mr. BABINGTON HAMILTON, parish of Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 1 1833

At an advanced age, on Friday week, the 17th inst., Mr. EDWARD THOMSON, of Croghan, near Lifford (Warder & Dublin Weekly Mail)

June 15 1833

At Argury, near Lifford, on Friday week, the 7th inst., Mr. A. McCREA, aged 68 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 13 1833

At Lifford, on the 8th inst., aged 72 years, WILLIAM McLEOD, Captain in the late 2nd R.V. Battalion (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 5 1833

At Allison's Town, near Lifford, on Friday week, the 1st inst., Mr. JAMES ELLISON, at an advanced age (Strabane Morning Post)

December 3 1833

After a short illness, at Clonfad in the Parish of Lifford, THOMAS KEYS, Esq., aged 90. His remains were followed to Lifford graveyard on Monday by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances (Strabane Morning Post)

December 10 1833

On Wednesday week, the 4th inst., at Portanure, near Lifford, Mrs. THROAN, relict of the late Mr. WILLIAM THROAN, at the advanced age of 73 years (Strabane Morning Post)

February 15 1834

At Moneen, in the parish of Lifford, on Monday morning, Mrs. McBETH, wife of Mr. JOHN McBETH, of same Place (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 29 1834

On Wednesday last, Mrs. KEYS, relict of the late Mr. THOMAS KEYS, of Glenfad (Strabane Morning Post)

October 7 1834

On Tuesday morning week, at Mullaghany, near Raphoe, Mr. SAMUEL BLACKBURN, farmer (Strabane Morning Post)

December 23 1834

At Ballindreat, on Sunday last, Miss ANNE PORTER (Strabane Morning Post)

January 13 1835

At Ballindrate, on Tuesday the 6th instant, in her ?3d year, Mrs. PRIOR, deservedly regretted (Strabane Morning Post)

February 7 1835

Lately, at Ballindreat, county Donegal, Mrs. PRIOR, relict of the late JAMES PRIOR, Esq., of this City [Londonderry], and mother of JAMES PRIOR, Esq., R.N., the distinguished author of the life of Blake (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 7 1835

Accidental death. – It is our painful duty to record the instantaneous and deplorable death of Mr. JAMES STILLY, of Ballindreat, county Donegal, on Tuesday last, by the upsetting of a loaded grain cart. The tram, or hind part of the shaft, having struck him on the breast, with the weight of the load, put an immediate end to his existence. He was a man of comfortable circumstances, of the most sober and inoffensive habits, and quitted the world without having made, during his life, a single enemy. An inquest was held on the body, and a verdict of accidental death returned. (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 18 1835

At Glensmoyle, near Lifford, on the 6th inst., Mr. JAMES KING, who had returned but a few months from New York, where he had been residing for eight years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 27 1835

At Lifford, on Saturday the 20th June, after a short illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Mr. WILLIAM GWYNNE at the advanced age of 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 4 1835

At Clonleigh, on the 12th ult., after a very short illness, Mr. MACKY CUNNINGHAM (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 29 1835

On Monday last, at Lifford, at a very advanced age, Mrs. MORTON, relict of the late Mr. JOHN MORTON, of Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 13 1835

On Saturday last, at Lifford, ADAM GILLESPEY Esq. M.D., for many years Surgeon of the County Donegal Infirmary. His remains were accompanied to the graveyard of Donaghmore, yesterday, by an immense number of friends and acquaintances, which he had formed during a long residence in their neighbourhood (Strabane Morning Post)

December 19 1835

At Lifford, on Saturday, the 12th inst., after a lingering illness, ADAM GILLESPEY, Esq., M.D., aged 75 years, and for the last 43 years surgeon to the county Donegal Infirmary (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 26 1835

Lately in the Island of Antigua, of yellow fever, Mr. JAMES BRADY, son of Mr. HUGH BRADY, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 2 1836

Died at his residence, Argrey, JAMES McCREA, aged 64 years, much and deservedly regretted (Londonderry Journal)

February 9 1836

On the morning of the 3rd inst., in the 43rd year of his age, after an excessively painful illness of five months, Mr. JAMES STEVENSON, of Toberoneal (Strabane Morning Post)

April 16 1836

On Monday last, at Argrey, in the parish of Clonleigh, Mr. ROBERT BLAIR, aged 57. He has left a wife and family to deplore his loss (Strabane Morning Post)

April 23 1836

On the 13th inst., at his house, Belmont, near Lifford, in the county of Donegal, in the 73rd year of his age, ANDREW CLARKE, Esq., formerly of the island of Trinidad, where he was for many years a Member of Council, and Brigadier General of the Militia forces (Strabane Morning Post)

October 22 1836

At his residence, Teroneal, near Lifford, ROBERT COLHOUN, Esq., aged 88 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 7 1837

At Argrey near Lifford, on Saturday 4th inst., MARTHA, relict of the late ROBERT LEITCH, of Charlotteville, U.S.A. aged 76 (Strabane Morning Post)

February 28 1837

At Gaystown, near Ballindreat, on the 18th instant, of influenza, Miss MARGERY PORTER (Londonderry Journal)

February 28 1837

At Guystown, Ballindreat, on Friday, 24th ult., Mr. JAMES PORTER, brother of Miss M. PORTER (Strabane Morning Post)

February 28 1837

At Guystown, Ballindreat, on Friday, 17th ult., Miss M. PORTER, sister of Mr. JAMES PORTER (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 21 1837

At Coolatee, near Lifford, on Saturday last, JOHNSTON MACKIE, Esq., at a very advanced age (Londonderry Journal)

January 27 1838

On Tuesday last, the 23rd inst., at Shannon, in her 33rd year, HANNAH, the beloved wife of JAMES C. BALL, She had recently given birth to her eighth child (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 2 1838

On Wednesday, the 30th ult., at Glensmoyle, near Lifford, Mrs. MARY JACK, relict of the late Mr. JAMES JACK, of the Haws, aged 76 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 8 1838

At Nassau Hall, near Lifford, on the 23rd ult., Mrs. McINTOSH, aged 66 years. In all the relations of life she fulfilled the duties of a sincere Christian a loving and dutiful wife, and a tender and affectionate mother, a warm-hearted friend and kind neighbour. For the past 14 years she was afflicted with bad health and the illness which proved fatal continued for about a fortnight and was attended with extreme suffering; but having placed her hope in the Lord Jesus Christ, she bore it with perfect resignation, and departed this life in the hope of a glorious immortality, much regretted by her family, and by all to whom she was known. (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 3 1838

At Lifford, at an advanced age, on the 31st ult., MARY, relict of the late WILLIAM HENDRICK, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 26 1839

On the 20th inst., at his residence, at Murlog, in the 73rd year of his age, the Very Rev. ARTHUR McHUGH, R.C., Vicar General of Derry, and P.P., of Camus and Clonleigh. At the time of his death he had been 32 years Priest of the Parish where he died, previously to which he had been 12 years Priest of the neighbouring parish of Urney, ………..He was interred in Strabane Chapel-yard on Saturday,. His funeral was the most numerously attended of any there witnessed; and among those who followed his remains to the grave, were the most respectable of all denominations (Londonderry Journal)

August 31 1839

On the 1st inst., at Coolatee, near Strabane, Mr. WILLIAM MACKY, aged 60 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 30 1839

On the 27th November, in the 73rd year of his age, after a short illness, the Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, Presbyterian Minister of the parish of Lifford, county Donegal – 40 years in the ministry (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 14 1839

At Lifford, on Saturday last, Mrs. RUSK, relict of the late Mr. D. RUSK, of the same place(Londonderry Sentinel)

June 20 1840

At his residence, 8 Summerhill, Dublin, ROBERT MAXWELL, Esq., barrister at law, late of Clonleigh, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 10 1840

July 21, at Krishnagur, East Indies, at the residence of ADAM OGILVIE, Esq., civil service, by the Venerable Archdeacon DEALTRY, CHARLES WAGENTREIBER, Esq., of Dacca, to ELIZABETH, third daughter of the Rev. E. M. CLARKE, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 13 1841

On the 24th ult., Mr. WILLIAM CALDWELL, of Ballybogan, county Donegal, aged 74 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 5 1842

On the morning of the 21st of January, at the residence of her son, Mr. ARCHIBALD McCREA, Strabane, JANE, relict of the late Mr. JAMES McCREA, of Lifford, at the advanced age of 88 years, after a short illness (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 12 1842

March 4th, at Lifford, at a very advanced age, Mrs. SPENCE, relict of the late ROBERT SPENCE, Esq., formerly surgeon of the County Donegal Infirmary (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 15 1842

Suddenly, on the 5th inst., at her aunt’s, Rathmullan, ISABELLA, second daughter of JAMES C. BALL, Esq., of Shannon, in the 15th year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 11 1843

At Dromore, near Raphoe, county Donegal, in the 82nd year of her age, Mrs. DUDGEON (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 11 1843

At Baughanbuoy, near Killygordon, on Sunday 5th inst., at the advanced age of 88 years, Mrs. ANNE McCREA, relict of the late Mr. ANDREW McCREA, Argrey (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 18 1843

On the 25th ult., at Ballindreat, aged 74 yrs, Mr. JOHN WETHERALL (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 13 1843

At the Haw, near Lifford, on Wednesday, the 10th inst., Mr. JOHN BRISON, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 20 1843

After a short illness, at Lifford, on Sunday last, SARAH, youngest daughter of Mr. P. McMENAMIN (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 15 1843

At his mother's residence, near Lifford, of scarlet fever, MATTHEW COLHOUN, Esq., of this City, aged 37, the second son who has died of the same disease, after an illness of four days (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 2 1843

On the 28th ult., Mr. HENRY WILLIAM GREER, aged 75, Usher of Lifford Endowed School (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 9 1843

At Lifford, on Tuesday, the 29th ult., ISABELLA, wife of Mr. JOHN DAVIS, of that Town, aged 73 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 16 1843

Sept. 13, at Lifford, the affectionate and beloved wife of the Rev. E.M. CLARKE (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 18 1843

On the 8th inst., in the 82nd year of his age, Mr. JAMES STEVENSON, of Kirkminister, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 25 1843

At Ballindreat, on the 16th inst., in the 32nd year of his age, Mr. PATRICK LOGUE, Assistant Surveyor for the Barony of Raphoe (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 16 1843

On Monday, the 4th inst., in Lifford gaol, JANE, eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN BIRNIE, aged 15 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 13 1844

At Lifford, on Saturday, the 6th inst., MARIA JANE, aged 7 years, the second daughter of GEORGE RUSSELL DARTNELL, Esq., Surgeon of the 1st Royals (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 20 1844

At Michigan, USA, in September last, in the flower of his youth, Mr. ANDREW SAYERS BALL MARSHALL, son of the late Mr. J. MARSHALL, Camphill, Ballindreat – a kind and affectionate son, a loving brother and an attached friend (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 3 1844

On Friday, the 26th inst., at Lifford, in her 34th year, ANNE, wife of Mr. JAMES SHARKEY, leaving seven children to lament the loss of an affectionate mother (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 20 1844

On the 10th inst., at Ballyholy, the Rev. ANDREW WALLACE, late of Shane Valley, Castlefin, Licentiate of the [Presbyterian] General Assembly. His was a life of purest faith in God his Saviour, of most unaffected piety, and zeal ever ardent. Distinguished for high literary attainments – especially for such as directly subserve the Gospel ministry, he was ever ready, whether in the public assembly or in the domestic circle, to illustrate and enforce the principles and precepts of the evangelistic page. His trials for a very protracted period were of the severest kind; but his anchor of hope had been long cast “within the vail”, and death at length released him from all the sorrows of his existence. A numerous assemblage of his fathers and friends accompanied his remains to Church-minster grave yard on Tuesday week, when before the funeral procession commenced, the Rev. JAMES STEELE, of Stranorlar, by special request, delivered an appropriate address. (Londonderry Standard)

May 25 1844

At Lifford, on Thursday May 23rd, aged 67 years, ISABELLA, the relict of the late JAMES McFARLAND, Esq., of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 11 1844

At the Springs, in Holmes county, Mississippi, GEORGE CROCKETT, Esq., in the 46th year of his age. He was born at Edenmore, county Donegal, Ireland, emigrated to the United States of America twelve years ago, the last ten years of which time he resided in Benton in this state. For the last eight years he was Clerk of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, the duties of which office he discharged with the most scrupulous fidelity, and to the satisfaction of all who had business in that office. In him as an officer, the community has sustained an irreparable loss, and his death will long be deplored by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. Few lived more beloved, or died more regretted – Benton Banner (Londonderry Standard)

December 7 1844

At Lifford, on Monday, the 2nd inst., Mr. JAMES SHARKEY, in the 77th year of his age(Londonderry Sentinel)

March 22 1845

At Camphill, near Ballindrait, on Friday week, Mrs. MARSHALL, relict of the late JAMES MARSHALL, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 17 1845

At Edenmore, near Lifford, on Friday last, Mrs. CROCKETT, relict of the late Mr. WILLIAM CROCKETT, of said Place, aged 90 (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 20 1845

On Friday 12th inst at Longvale, the residence of her uncle JOHN KEYS, Esq., MARRIANNE BABBINGTON, aged 21 years, only daughter of JAMES LINDSAY, Esq., Kilsalla, Co. Fermanagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 28 1846

At Lifford, on Friday, the 20th inst. aged 17 years, JANE, fourth daughter of Mr. PATRICK SCANLAN (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 7 1846

At Lifford, on the 27th ult., Mr. JOHN DAVIS, aged 84 years, after a long and tedious illness (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 21 1846

On the 16th ins., at the Cottage, near Lifford, ELIZABETH MARY, eldest daughter of the late ROBERT WALKER, Esq., of Grove Hill, in the county of Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 9 1846

At Lifford, on the 30th ult., Mr. WILLIAM ROBINSON, aged 78 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 2 1847

On Sunday, the 20th ult., at Moneen, Lifford, SUSANNA, wife of Mr. ALEXANDER WEIR, aged 72 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January15 1847

At Lifford, on Sunday last, Mrs. FENTON, wife of WILLIAM FENTON, Esq. (Tyrone Constitution)

January 16 1847

On the 11th inst., at Kirkminster, of malignant fever, JOHN ERSKINE STEVENSON, Esq., in the 43rd year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 10 1847

On the 23rd ult., at Argrey, of pneumonia, Mr. MATTHEW BUCHANAN (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 1 1847

At Lifford, on Sunday, the 25th ult., ESTHER, wife of Mr. EDWARD SHARKEY, aged 35 years (Londonderry Journal)

June 25 1847

In Ballybogan, parish of Lifford, Mrs. GRAHAM wife of Mr. RICHARD GRAHAM, of same place (Tyrone Constitution)

September 10 1847

At Gortin, near Ballindreat, parish of Lifford, on Tuesday week, Mr. ROBERT WATSON, aged 64 (Londonderry Standard)

October 28 1847

On the 11th inst., at Lifford, County Donegal, MARY, wife of Captain CLIFFORD HENRY, 48th Regiment, aged 25 (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 6 1847

October the 23rd, at Greenan, the residence of her brother in law, JOHN COWAN, Esq., ISABELLA, relict of the late WILLIAM CLARKE, Esq., Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 18 1847

At Valparaiso, South America, on the 7th day of August last, Mr. WILLLIAM JOHN FENTON, son of Mr. WILLIAM FENTON, Governor of Lifford Gaol, aged 29 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 12 1848

Suddenly, at Lifford, county Donegal, on Sunday, the 6th inst., aged 67 years, FRANCES, eldest daughter of the late JOHN CHAMBERS, Esq., of Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 29 1848

At Gorten, near Lifford, on Friday, April 14th, Mr. ANDREW STILLEY, aged 81 (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 12 1848

August 5, at Warrenpoint, Mr. GEORGE MacORMOND, of Lifford, for many years connected with the Boundary Survey of Ireland, and latterly in the employment of Mr. DARGAN, railway contractor, aged 50 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 19 1848

Of fever and inflammation, at Cincinatti, United States, on the 1st of June, Mrs. CAMPBELL, late of Gorten, South Parish of Clonleigh, and FRANCIS CAMPBELL, her son, and ISABELLA, her granddaughter (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 30 1848

Suddenly, on Sunday morning last, at his seat, Belmount, near Lifford, WALTER JONES, Esq., son of the late Rev. JAMES JONES, rector of the parish of Urney (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 10 1849

At Conyburry, near Lifford, after a lingering illness, on Monday, 26th ult., Mr. JOHN BAXTER, Deputy Road Surveyor, aged 29 yrs (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 17 1849

On Wednesday last, at Murlog, near Lifford, after a lingering illness, JANE, beloved wife of JAMES HOUSTON, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 30 1849

At Kirkminster, county Donegal, on the 18th inst., ELIZABETH, relict of the late Mr. JAMES STEVENSON, aged 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 4 1850

At Clonleigh House, on the 24th ult., in the 60th year of her age, Louisa, the wife of the Rev. WM. KNOX, deeply and sincerely regretted by her sorrowing family (Tyrone Constitution)

January 18 1850

At his town residence, in Dublin on Sunday, the 13th inst., in his 50th year, Mr. JOHN CHAMBERS, of Lifford, Esq., barrister at law (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 17 1850

On the 7th inst., at Sharcloon, near Ballindrate, Mrs. ELEANOR DENNY, aged 33 years (Londonderry Standard)

April 19 1850

On Tuesday last, at Lifford Common, JANE, wife of Mr. WILLIAM CATHER (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 24 1851

January 11, at Kingstown, WM. STEWART, Esq., M.D., of Lifford, County Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 9 1851

On the 2nd inst., at Shearcloon, near Ballindreat, MARY ARMSTRONG, aged 87 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 29 1851

On the 22nd inst., at his residence, in Clonfad, near Lifford, JOHN KEYS, Esq., aged 68 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 19 1851

On the evening of Saturday last, a young man, named JOSIAS GALBRAITH, of Drumern, in the parish of Lifford, when crossing a lane near his own house, one of the wheels of his cart got upon a ditch. The cart was capsized, and falling upon the poor man, he was killed on the spot. (Tyrone Constitution)

September 24 1851

At Toberoneill, in the Parish of Lifford, on Thursday evening last, Mr. JOHN GOURLY (Londonderry Journal)

September 24 1852

September 21, at Lifford, FANNY, the beloved child, and youngest daughter of the Rev. E.M. CLARKE (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 5 1852

At Springfield, State of Illinois, U.S.A., on the 24th September last, after an illness of 18 days, JAMES STEVENSON, eldest son of the late Mr. JAMES STEVENSON, formerly of Toberoneil, county Donegal, Ireland (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 7 1853

At his residence, Cottage, Lifford, on Saturday, the 1st inst., WILLIAM FENTON, Esq., aged 70 years. In the various relations of life, as a husband, father and friend, his conduct was irreproachable; and being of a kind and generous disposition, he succeeded in gaining, and retaining to the last, the esteem and respect of a large circle of attached friends (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 21 1853

On the morning of the 12th inst., after a lingering illness, MARY ANNE, youngest daughter of the late WILLIAM FENTON, Esq., Cottage, Lifford, in the 21st year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 4 1853

At Croghan House, Lifford, on 18th ult., Mrs SARAH CRAWFORD, relict of the late DAVID CRAWFORD, Esq., of Ballyshannon, at the advanced age of 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 17 1853

On the 6th inst., at Millsessagh, near Ballindrate, in the 26th year of her age, JANE, eldest daughter of Mr. ANDREW McBETH (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 17 1853

On the 11th April last, at Froport, Armstrong county, Pennsylvania, at the advanced age of 80 years, Mr. DAVID WILSON, formerly of Croghan, near Lifford, in the county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 5 1853

At New Orleans, on the 12th August, in the 39th year of his age, much regretted by his fellow citizens, by whom he was highly esteemed, RICHARD CROCKETT, Esq., formerly of Edenmore, near Strabane (Londonderry Journal)

October 7 1853

October 2nd, at Birdstown, near Ballindreat, MARY, wife to Mr. WILLIAM CALDWELL (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 2 1853

On the 5th ult., at Lifford, Ensign JOHN KNOX, of the Donegal Regiment of the Militia, a most affectionate brother, and youngest son of the late WILLIAM KNOX, Esq., of Ballybofey (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 9 1853

At Lifford Town Parks, on the 1st inst., aged thirty-one years, MARIA, wife of Mr. ROBERT HENDERSON, surveyor to the Most Noble the Marquis of Abercorn (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 20 1854

On Saturday, the 31st ult., Mr. WILLIAM BARCLAY, Sheercloon, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 3 1854

At Lifford, on the 27th ult., Mr. ARCHIBALD McCREA, saddler, late of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 10 1854

At her residence, Gortin, on the 28th ult., aged 76 years, JANE, relict of the late Rev. JAMES HOUSTON, of Ballindrate (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 17 1854

On Saturday, the 11th inst., at his residence, Ballybogan, near Lifford, aged 58 years, Mr. RICHARD GRAHAM, provision merchant. The numerous and respectable attendance on his remains to the burying ground in Strabane attests the respect and esteem in which he was held by all who knew him (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 21 1854

At Lifford, on the 6th inst., MARY, the beloved wife of JOHN McDONALD, Esq., of Lifford, county Donegal, and Antigua, West Indies (Londonderry Journal)

July 28 1854

July 15th, at Lifford, aged 24 years, EMILY, second daughter of Mr JOHN N. CONBOY, master of Lifford Endowed School (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 4 1854

At Lifford, on the 1st inst., ANNE, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM YOUNG, Esq., of Mounthall, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 29 1854

On the 23rd instant, at his residence in Lifford, GEORGE KNOX, Esq., in the 75th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 5 1854

At Toberoneill, on Monday, the 23rd ult., Mrs. ELIZABETH ALLISON, aged 94, relict of the late Mr. W. ALLISON, of Ardnasool (Londonderry Standard)

December 20 1854

At Buncrana, on Saturday, the 9th inst. Mrs. MARY CALDWELL, relict of the late Mr. WILLIAM CALDWELL, of Ballybogan, county Donegal, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 14 1855

August 15, at Mossbeg, Argery, Mr. JAMES BARCLAY, aged 46 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 28 1855

At Lifford, on Tuesday, the 18th of September, FREDERICK HAMILTON, the infant son of Dr. ROBERT BALFOUR, Blairgowrie, Scotland (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 27 1856

On the 18th inst., at Ericht Bank, Blairgowrie, the residence of his brother in law, Dr. ROBERT BALFOUR, ALEXANDER GRANT, Esq., Lifford, aged 52 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 24 1856

On the 18th inst., at the residence of her father, ANNIE, second daughter of JAMES COCHRANE, Esq., of Croghan House, county Donegal, aged 24 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 31 1856

August 11, at Calcutta, of dysentery, ALFRED CHARLES WAGENTRICHEE [WAGENTREIBER], Esq., leaving a widow (ELLEN, fifth daughter of the Rev. E. M. CLARKE, of Lifford) and three young children. (Tyrone Constitution)

November 7 1856

On the 1st inst., at the age of 90 years, Mr. JOHN WILSON, of Kirkminster. Probably the last surviving member of the Lifford Royal Irish Volunteers (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 14 1856

At his residence, Ballindreat, on Tuesday, the 6th last, Mr. EDWARD THRONE, aged 48 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 5 1856

At Killindarragh, near Lifford, on the 1st inst., WILLIAM RICHARD, eldest son of the late WILLIAM STEWART, Esq., M.D., aged 22 (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 16 1857

On the 13th inst., at Lifford, Mr. JAMES SMITH, aged 67 years, after a long and painful illness. He lived for many years in Derry, and has left a widow and large family (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 20 1857

At Lifford, on the 1st inst., Mr. PATRICK SCANLIN, of the Lifford Hotel, one of the oldest and most respected inhabitants of that Town (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 10 1857

Suddenly, at his residence, Lifford, on the 7th inst., RICHARD CHAMBERS, Esq., solicitor, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 31 1857

On the 26th inst., aged 42 years, JANE, the beloved wife of Mr. R. BULLOCK, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 7 1857

On the 26th ult., of consumption, JANE, the beloved wife of Mr. ROBERT BULLOCK, stewart of Lifford Hospital, in the 47th year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 6 1857

On Saturday last, at Lifford, ANNE ALLEN, aged 85 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 6 1857

On the 28th ult., at Gortin, Ballindreat, REBECCA, relict of the late Mr. ROBERT WATSON (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 13 1857

At Lifford, on the 8th inst., FANNY, eldest daughter of HUGH BRADY, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 20 1857

On the 18th inst., at the residence of his brother, Haw, Mr. WILLIAM SMYTH, aged 68 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 1 1858

At Lifford, on Monday last, Mrs. BRADY, wife of Mr. BRADY (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 8 1858

At Edenmore, near Lifford, on Monday last, Mr. JAMES CROCKETT. (Tyrone Constitution)

January 29 1858

On the 25th inst., at her residence at Lifford, after a long protracted illness, Miss ELIZA JANE, the eldest daughter of the late Mr. JAMES SMYTH, formerly of Londonderry, china and delph merchant (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 12 1858

On the 4th inst., at her residence, Lifford, Mrs. ANNE MONTGOMERY, relict of the late G. MONTGOMERY, Esq., at the advanced age of 96 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 26 1858

On the 18th inst., at Lifford, HENRY RICHARD, aged 6 years, youngest and beloved child of Mr. JOHN N. CONBY (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 26 1858

On the 14th inst., at Portanee, near Lifford, NANCY, the beloved wife of Mr. ROBERT THRONE, in the 64th year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 30 1858

At Springhill, Ballindrait, on Saturday last, Mr. JOSEPH SMYTH (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 14 1858

At Paris, on the 30th ult., GEORGE CLARKE, Esq., M.D., R.N., of Porthall, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 25 1858

Very suddenly, at Lifford, on Tuesday last, Mr. JOHN STEVENSON, leaving a large family to deplore his loss (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 9 1858

At Craigadoes, Ballindrate, on Sunday last, Mr. HARVEY TAYLOR (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 19 1858

August 17, at his residence, Porthall, after a short illness, JAMES CLARKE, Esq., aged 45 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 1 1858

On the 10th ult., after a few days illness, at the residence of her father, Backland, near Lifford, ISABELLA KERRIGAN, aged 19 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 31 1858

On the 24th inst., at Lifford, HUGH BRADY, Esq., aged 77 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 14 1859

January 3, at Cork Barracks, FREDERICK CLARKE, Esq., L.R.C.S.I., Staff Surgeon, 2nd Depot Battalion, aged 33 years, the eldest son of the Rev. E.M. CLARKE, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 25 1859

March 24, at Lifford, ANNA, the beloved and truly affectionate eldest child of the Rev. A.M. CLARKE (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 15 1859

At Lifford, on the 6th inst., ELLEN, wife of Mr. DANIEL McMENAMIN, Postmaster (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 18 1859

August 17, at his residence, Porthall, after a short illness, JAMES CLARKE, Esq., aged 45 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Grange, this day at two o’clock] (Londonderry Standard)

October 21 1859

At Dromore, near Raphoe, on Wednesday last, Mr. JAMES LOWRY aged 71 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 23 1859

December 17, at Lifford, CATHERINE, third daughter of the late Mr. PATRICK SCANLON (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 6 1860

December 31, at Listanagh, near Lifford, Mr. ADAM GOURLY (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 29 1860

May 16, at Masulipatam [India], GERTRUDE, wife of WILLIAM KNOX, Esq., Madras Civil Service, and Clonleigh, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 2 1860

February 26, at Urney Park, the Rev. WILLIAM KNOX, J.P., Rector of Clonleigh, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 24 1860

August 19, at Montrose, Scotland, at the house of her brother in law, THOMAS KERR, Esq., Panmura Terrace, Miss McCREA, of Lifford, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 16 1860

November 14, at his residence, in Lifford, FRANCIS O’DONNELL, Esq., late Inspector of Revenue Police (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 21 1860

December 12, JANE ROBINSON, wife of Mr. THOMAS ROBINSON, of Murlog, aged 66 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 8 1861

January 31, at Black Heath, the residence of his grandfather, JOHN GEORGE, son of the Rev. ANDREW A. SMYLEY, Lifford, aged two years and five months (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 1 1861

February 28, JOHN RUSSELL, labourer. He died in Lifford Hospital after a leg amputation due to an accident. The injury was sustained whilst working for his employer, Mr. JOHN GREGG, farmer, from near Raphoe. He leaves a widow and eleven children (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 8 1861

March 3, at Mullinaveigh, MARY WEIR, aged 56 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 22 1861

March 29, at her residence, Ballindrate, Mrs. MARY WETHERELL, aged 87 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 28 1861

On Tuesday, 26th instant, at his residence, Murlough, JAMES HUSTON, Esq., aged 78 years (Londonderry Standard)

April 10 1861

April 1, after a long illness, at Craigadoes, Parish of Clonleigh, MARY, daughter of Mr. JAMES COOK, aged 23 years (Londonderry Journal)

May 24 1861

April 9, at Calcutta, KATE, wife of BROOKE R. CHAMBERS, Esq., Bengal Army, daughter of Lieutenant COLONEL HUMFREY, Cavanacor, county Donegal, aged 22 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 14 1861

After a tedious illness, on Monday last, at Cavan, in the Parish of Clonleigh, Mr. ANDREW STEVENSON, son of the late Mr. ROBERT STEVENSON, of said Place, aged 21 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 28 1861

June 14, at Porthall, ELIZABETH, wife of THOMAS GAMBLE, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 16 1861

August 8, at Combermore, Lifford, the residence of ROBERT LITTLE, Esq., M.B., CATHERINE, relict of the late WILLIAM MILLER, Esq., of Clonmel, aged 81 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 8 1861

November 4, at 3, Synnott Place, Dublin, Mrs. CAROLINE CHAMBERS, widow of RICHARD C. CHAMBERS, Esq., of Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 13 1861

December 5, at Carricknaslate, Parish of Clonleigh, Mr. WILLIAM CATHERS, aged 71 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 13 1861

December 10, at Ballybogan, Parish of Clonleigh, SARAH, wife of Mr. JAMES PATTERSON (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 3 1862

December 25, at Shannon, near Ballindreat, county of Donegal, ELIZABETH, wife of SAMUEL GOURLEY, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 14 1862

March 2, at Spring Hill, Parish of Lifford, Miss MARGARET CULBERT SMYTH, daughter of Mr. JOSEPH SMYTH, aged 11 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 11 1862

On the 25th inst., at Ballybogan, near Lifford, Mr. ALEXANDER WILSON, aged 25 (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 15 1862

August 11, at Braid, in the Parish of Clonleigh, Mr. VICTOR GORDON, aged 74 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 12 1862

December 7, at Sheercloon, Derry, Miss JANE BARCLAY(Londonderry Sentinel)

December 19 1862

December 7, JANE, widow of the late WILLIAM BARCLAY, Sheercloon, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 30 1863

At Glencush, Parish of Clonleigh, Mrs. MARGERY MOORE, wife of Mr. JAMES MOORE (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 6 1863

February 5, at Murlog, Parish of Clonleigh, Mr. ALEXANDER BLAIR, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 6 1863

February 16, at her residence, Mullaghany, near Raphoe, Mrs. MARY McCREA, in her 77th year (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 20 1863

March 13, at Porthall, FRANCES MATILDA, youngest daughter of Mr. METCALF, station master, aged 1 year and 4 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 21 1863

On the 19th April, at Lifford, WILLIAM CLARKE, Esq., R.N., in the 70th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 12 1863

On the 4th May, at Murlog, Strabane, the Rev. Dr. BROWNE, P.P., aged 66 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 3 1863

On the 28th June, at her brother's residence, Belmont, near Lifford, MARGARET CLARKE, of Porthall, aged 53 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 18 1863

August 15, at her residence, Lifford, ESTHER, wife of Mr. EDWARD SHARKEY, aged 48 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 2 1863

September 29, at Carricknaslate, near Lifford, Mr. THOMAS CATHER, aged 27 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 16 1863

On the 4th September, at Memphis, Tennessee, of chronic diarrhoea, ALEXANDER WEIR, the beloved son of Mr. WILLIAM WEIR, Gortin, county Donegal, aged 29 years. The deceased belonged to company F., 124th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers, and distinguished himself in six battles (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 3 1863

November 1, at Ballindreat, ISABELLA WEIR, relict of the late Lieutenant ALEXANDER WEIR, Banffshire, Scotland, aged 82 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 6 1863

November 2, at Lifford, Constable WILLIAM KELLY, aged 44 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 10 1863

November 4, at Lifford, JANE, the beloved wife of Mr. JOHN DONALD, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 18 1863

On the 14th December, at Hyèrs, in the south of France, where he had gone for the benefit of his health, the Rev. CHARLES AUGUSTUS SEYMOUR, late Curate of Lifford, in the Diocese of Derry, aged 29 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 18 1863

December 14, at his residence, Lifford, Mr. THOMAS SHARKIE, eldest son of Mr. EDWARD SHARKIE, aged 27 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 1 1864

February 25, at Spring Grove, near Lifford, the residence of her son, Mr. DAVID McMENAMIN, SARAH, relict of the late Mr. HOWARD McMENAMIN, aged 89 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 19 1864

April 15, at Kirkminister, CATHERINE, relict of the late Mr. JOHN WILSON, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 17 1864

May 13, at Murlog, Mr. WILLIAM QUINTIN (Londonderry Sentinel)

Sentinel June 7 1864

June 2, at Coneyburrow, Lifford, SARAH, relict of the late Rev. JAMES STEELE, D.D., Stranorlar (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 14 1864

June 13, at Lifford, RICHARD JOHN JOSEPH, infant son of Colour Sergeant WILLIAM HARRIS, P.W.O. Donegal Militia, aged 16 days (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 28 1864

June 23, at Lifford, ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN DONALD, at Lifford, aged 38 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 16 1864

September 8, at Hollands, Ballindrate, MATILDA JANE, eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN WEIR (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 11 1864

October 7, at Lifford, WILLIAM JOHN GREER, Esq., M.D (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 9 1864

On the 1st September, at Camphill, Ballindrate, Mr. JAMES McBETH, carpenter (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 16 1864

FATAL ACCIDENT. – On Monday night, about an hour after the train due at Derry at 9.30 p.m. had passed the Strabane station, the body of a young man named JOHN KEYS, of Longvale, near Porthall, was found on the rails a short distance from Strabane Station, on the Derry side, in a mutilated state. On examination he was found to be still alive, when he was promptly removed to Lifford, where he received every attention, but of no avail, as he died shortly after. Deceased was well known and respected. His untimely death has cast a gloom over the neighbourhood (Londonderry Standard)

November 30 1864

November 23, at Keelogs, Mr. JOSEPH GARDINER, aged 60 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 7 1865

February 2, in Dublin, after twelve hours' illness, aged 71 years, BENJAMIN GEALE HUMFREY, Lieutenant Colonel, of Cavanacor, county Donegal, J.P., for the Counties Tyrone and Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 17 1865

On the 15th February, at Lifford, county Donegal, the daughter of JOHN COCHRANE, Esq., aged thirty six hours (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 28 1865

March 22, at her residence, Lifford, AGNES, the beloved wife of Colour Sergeant JOSEPH CLYDESDALE, permanent staff P.W.O. Donegal Militia, aged 33 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 30 1865

On the 28th February, at Croghan House, Lifford, MARGARET, the beloved wife of JAMES COCHRANE, Esq., aged 61 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 7 1865

April 1, at his residence, Lifford, county Donegal, JOHN RICHARD COTTEREL MASON, Esq., Quartermaster, P.W.O. Donegal Militia, and late Lieutenant and Adjutant of the East India Company's St. Helena Regiment, aged 61 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 11 1865

April 7, at Mullinveigh, Mr. JAMES WEIR, Sen., of disease of the heart, aged 65 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 13 1865

June 11, at Dromore, near Raphoe, WILLIAM, second son of Mr. WILLIAM GRAHAM, aged 21 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 3 1865

October 28, at Lifford, SARAH, widow of the late WILLIAM JOHN GREER, Esq., M.D. (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 3 1866

On the 1st April, of diptheria, in her 22nd year, EMMA ELIZABETH, the dearly beloved wife of JOHN COCHRANE, Esq., of Lifford, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 3 1866

March 26, at Ballymaleel, but formerly of Drumnahaw, Ballindrate, Mr. JAMES HENDERSON, aged 88 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 6 1866

April 5, at Lifford, EMMA ELIZABETH, infant child of JOHN COCHRANE, Esq., aged six days (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 4 1866

May 2, at Drumbuoy, near Lifford, MARGARET, wife of Mr. GEORGE McBETH. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Burying Ground, of Clonleigh, on Friday, 4th inst., at 12 o'clock (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 15 1866

May 8, at Lifford, LIZZIE, the wife of Drummer CORMICK CANNON, P.W.O.D. Militia (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 29 1866

May 24, at 26 Harwicke Street, Dublin, ELIZABETH CHAMBERS, daughter of the late JOHN CHAMBERS, Esq., of Lifford, county Donegal, aged 78 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 10 1866

July 5, at Drumnahaw, Ballindrate, MARY JANE, the beloved child of Mr. ALEXANDER HENDERSON, aged nine years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 25 1866

September 18, at Rossgeer, Lifford, Mr. JAMES McDERMOTTE, aged 50 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 30 1866

October 23, at Lifford, GEORGINA ALICE, youngest daughter of Sergeant FREDERICK CROSSLAND, Permanent Staff P.W.O.D. Militia (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 2 1866

October 31, at Curragholane, near Lifford, DAVID, second son of Mr. DAVID McMENAMIN, clerk of Strabane Union, aged 20 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 8 1867

February 6, at the residence of her sisters, in Lifford, HONORIA, relict of the late TASKER KEYS, Esq., Mullnagung, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 19 1867

March 13, at Lifford, DUMMY DOHERTY, aged 70 years, faithful servant of HUGH BRADY, Esq., for many years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 19 1867

March 10, at Lifford, MARY WOODLAND, aged 83 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 16 1867

April 13, at Dromore, near Raphoe, Mr. THOMPSON McCONNELL, aged 67 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 5 1867

June 30, at Hollands, near Ballindrate, Mr. JOHN WEIR, Sen., aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 11 1867

October 8, at Cunnyburrow Cottage, Lifford, JOHN SPENCE, Esq., aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 28 1867

October 27, of apoplexy, WILLIAM KNOX, Esq., of Clonleigh, county Donegal, and late of Madras Civil Service, aged 54 years. His remains will leave Clonleigh, for interment in the family vault at Lifford Church, on Thursday next, at eleven o'clock, a.m. (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 1 1867

October 29, at Shannon, near Strabane, Mr. JAMES HENDERSON, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 17 1867

On Saturday last, F. G. LONG, Esq., coroner, held an inquest at Ballindrate, near Lifford, county Donegal, on the body of ELLEN RODDEN, about 26 years of age, who died on the 12th inst. Dr. SMITH, Lifford, made a post mortem examination on the body, and could only find traces of Indian meal porridge in the stomach. The coroner's jury did not attach any blame to the parents of the deceased, who are very poor (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 31 1868

January 25, at Portanure, near Lifford, Mr. ROBERT THRONE, farmer, aged 78 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 4 1868

January 26, at Lifford, ELLEN, relict of the late ALFRED C. WAGENTREIBER, Esq., Dacca, India, and fifth daughter of the Rev. E.M. CLARKE, Rector of Upper Badoney (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 10 1868

March 4, at Edenmore, Mrs. REBECCA CROCKETT, aged 94 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 13 1868

On the 27th February, JOSEPH SHARKEY, Esq., innkeeper, Lifford, aged 83 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 17 1868

March 13, at Murlog, SARAH JANE, eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN McELREA, Knockrow, Douglasbridge (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 24 1868

March 19, at Haw, near Lifford, after a lingering illness, Mr. JOHN HOUSTON, aged 76 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 17 1868

April 16, at Strabane, MARGARET, youngest daughter of the late PATRICK MONAGHAN, and sister of the late Rev. HUGH MONAGHAN, Roman Catholic Curate of Londonderry. The interment will take place in the family burying-ground, at Ballybogan, at eleven o'clock, on Saturday next (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 2 1868

On the 27th May, at the Haw, near Lifford, Mrs. FANNY MOORE, aged 72 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 2 1868

May 30, at Ballybogan, near Lifford, Mr. JAMES PATTERSON (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 9 1868

June 3, at Lifford, MARY, relict of the late Mr. MICHAEL COOKE, aged 74 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 7 1868

June 29, at Porthall, Mr. ROBERT SMITH, aged 38 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 19 1868

June 10, at Lifford, county Donegal, Mr. PETER MAXWELL, Quartermaster Sergeant Donegal Militia, aged 63 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 8 1868

November 27, at Ballinabrine, Ballindrate, Mr. JAMES HARKIN, aged 64 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 18 1868

November 3, at Savannah, U.S.A., Mr. SAMUEL BRISON, brother of Mr. OLIVER BRISON, Haw, near Lifford. Mr. Bryson was shot in the discharge of his duty as a Police Officer, defending the Sheriff from a negro mob, at the election for the President (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 1 1869

Dec 26, at Lifford, Mr. DANIEL McMENAMIN, aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 2 1869

Dec 28, at his residence, Ballindrate, after a short illness, Mr. JAMES WEIR, aged 25 years (Londonderry Standard)

March 31 1869

March 26, at Lifford, MARGARET, relict of the late Mr. JOSEPH SHARKEY, aged 82 years (Londonderry Standard)

April 1 1869

At the residence of her husband, Fitzwater-street, Philadelphia, Ann, the beloved wife of DAVID McNUTT, formerly of Ballyougry, near Derry, and fourth daughter of the late WILLIAM MACKEY, Esq., of Coolatee, near Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 14 1869

April 10, at Ballindrate, LIZZIE ANNE, only daughter of the late JAMES WEIR, aged 10 months (Londonderry Standard)

June 5 1868

May 27, at the Haw, near Lifford, Mrs. FANNY MOORE, aged 72 years (Tyrone Constitution)

June 5 1868

May 30, at Ballybogan, near Lifford, Mr. JAMES PATTERSON, deservedly regretted (Tyrone Constitution)

June 8 1869

June 3, at Rossgar, near Lifford, Mrs. ELLEN McKINNEY, aged 65 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 19 1869

June 16, at Beach Road, Sandymount [Dublin], ANNA ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of the Rev. WILLIAM EDWARDS, Rector of Clonleigh, Lifford, and youngest daughter of the late Lord Bishop of Derry and Raphoe. Her remains will be removed from the Derry Terminus of the Irish North Western Railway, tomorrow morning, for interment in the Cathedral burial ground (Londonderry Standard)

June 18 1869

June 15, at Mossbeg, ELIZABETH McKEMMEY, aged 101 years(Londonderry Sentinel)

June 19 1869

June 10, at Lifford, County Donegal, Mr. PETER MAXWELL, Quarter-master-Sergeant, Donegal Militia, aged 63 years. (Tyrone Constitution)

July 9 1869

July 7, at Croghan House, Lifford, PETER McQUAID, aged 90 years, for nearly 40 years the servant of JAMES COCHRANE, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 17 1869

August 13, at Lifford, MARGARET, daughter of Mr JOHN HETHERINGTON, aged 21 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 3 1869

August 29, in Lifford Hospital, Mrs. WOODS, aged 76 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 5 1869

Oct. 19, at his residence, Murlog, near Lifford, Mr. WILLIAM McDOUGAL, aged 67 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 14 1869

Dec. 8, at Lifford, of consumption, DANIEL, second son of Mr. EDWARD McMULLEN, head porter, Strabane, aged 17 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 14 1869

Dec. 4, at Lifford, ANNIE O’NEILL, aged 26 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 31 1869

Dec. 28, at Lifford, JANE, wife of Mr. WILLIAM SOMERS, late caretaker of the County House, and for a lengthened period of years the faithful servant in the family of S.J. CROOKSHANK, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 1 1870

Dec. 28, at Lifford, JANE, wife of Mr. WILLIAM SOMERS, late caretaker of the County House (Londonderry Standard)

January 5 1870

January 3, at Porthall, ELIZABETH CLARKE, aged 85 years (Londonderry Standard)

January 21 1870

January 15, at Lifford, FANNY, wife of Mr. JOHN RODGERS, aged 55 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 21 1870

January 19, at Lifford, of diphtheria, CATHERINE, youngest daughter of Mr. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, aged three years and six months (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 23 1870

Feb. 16, at the residence of her niece, Lifford, Mrs. MARY SKAY, of Lisdoo, Urney, aged 74 years (Londonderry Standard)

March 2 1870

February 20, at Ballindrate, JAMES, the infant son of Mr. ROBERT PATTON, aged 9 weeks (Londonderry Standard)

March 15 1870

March 7, at Lifford, ELLEN McMULLEN, aged 75 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 19 1870

March 12, at his residence, The Park, Ballindrate, Mr. HENDERSON WEIR, aged 25 years (Londonderry Standard)

May 17 1870

May 15, at his residence, Toberoneil, Ballindrait, JOSEPH HENDERSON, in the 91st year of his age. [His remains will be removed to Donoughmore, for interment, on Wednesday morning, the 18th inst., at half-past ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 29 1870

June 19, at Lifford Infirmary, PATRICK FURLONG, late Head-Constable, R.I.C., Glenties, aged 47 years (Londonderry Standard)

July 27 1870

July 24, at her son’s residence, Edenmore, CATHERINE HOOD, aged 80 years (Londonderry Standard)

August 30 1870

August 29, at Dublin, of brain fever, Captain JOHN K. HUMFREY, at Cavanacor, Adjutant of the P.W.O. Donegal Militia (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 13 1870

September 10, at Lifford, in the 72nd year of her age, JANE, widow of the late Mr. JOHN BERNIE, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 11 1870

Oct. 6, at Lifford, ISABELLA, relict of the late Mr. JOHN JONES, aged 82 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 15 1870

Nov. 11, at Lifford, AGNES CAMPBELL, for nearly thirty years the faithful and attached servant of JAMES COCHRANE, Esq., Croghan House, Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 10 1870

Dec. 1, at the family residence, Tieroneil, Lifford, FRANCES J. COLHOUN (Londonderry Journal)

January 3 1871

December 31, at Ballyduff Cottage, Lifford, EDWARD, the beloved child of CHARLES POOLE, aged seven years and five months (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 21 1871

January 16, at Lifford, PATRICK McCOSKER, aged 98 years, an old and respected inhabitant of Lifford (Londonderry Standard)

January 27 1871

Jan. 9, at Lifford, Mr. WILLIAM CUMMING, aged 83 years (Tyrone Constitution)

February 7 1871

February 4, at No. 8, Queen-street, Derry, MARY, youngest daughter of the late GEORGE KNOX, of Lifford. [The funeral will leave for Lifford at half-past ten o’clock, on this {Tuesday) morning, and may be expected at the place of interment about half-past one o’clock, p.m.] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 21 1871

February 20, at Lifford, aged 63 years, JANE ROBERTSON, widow of the late of the late J. R. C. MASON, Esq., late of the P.W.O. Donegal Regiment, and of the E.I.C.S., St. Helena (Londonderry Standard)

February 21 1871

February 15, at Lifford, JAMES COYLE, jun., aged 30 years

March 8 1871

March 2, at Murlough Manse, Ballindrait, SARAH JANE, wife of the Rev. WM. McCREA (Londonderry Standard)

April 8 1871

April 5, HENRIETTA, the fourth daughter of Capt. SEARLE, Governor of Lifford Gaol (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 10 1871

March 22, at Buenos Aryres, of yellow fever, in the 29th year of his age, THOMAS HERBERT MORRIS, Esq., late Lieut. 32nd Light Infantry, nephew of Mr. A. B. VAN BELLE, Lifford, county Donegal (Londonderry Journal)

May 20 1871

May 16, at Main-street, Strabane, ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late ROBERT MACBETH, Esq., Drumbouy (Londonderry Standard)

June 7 1871

On the 15th instant, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. NEIL McGEEHAN, Bishop-street, Derry, Mr. JOHN McCOLGAN, late of Coolatee, aged 85 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Sunday), the 18th inst. The funeral will leave Derry at twelve o’clock noon, and will pass through St. Johnston about two o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

June 7 1871

June 7, at Lifford, JOHN McCORKELL, aged 28 years, much and deservedly regretted (Londonderry Journal)

June 21 1871

June 16, at Toberoneill, Ballindrait, MARY JANE, widow of the late JOSEPH HENDERSON, aged 74 years (Londonderry Standard)

July 8 1871

July 2, at Lifford, MARIA, the beloved wife of Constable FRANCIS KEARNS, R.I.C. (Londonderry Standard)

August 9 1871

August 6, at Garten, Ballindreat, ELIZA HOUSTON (Londonderry Standard)

October 13 1871

October 8, at Lifford, BRIDGET BANNIGEN, aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 25 1871

October 20th at Loretto Convent, Letterkenny, of bronchitis , CATHERINE ELIZABETH, youngest daughter of A. B. VAN BELLE, Esq., Lifford (Londonderry Journal)

October 31 1871

October 23, at Lifford, after a lingering illness, MARY, eldest daughter of Mr. DANIEL BAIRD (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 18 1871

November 11, at Coneyburrow Cottage, Lifford, in her 90th year, Mrs. SARAH SPENCE, of an old and much respected family in the parish of Clonleigh (Londonderry Standard)

November 25 1871

November 14, at the residence of his father-in-law, Meenacrum, PATRICK, youngest son of Mr. MICHAEL O’DONNELL, Ballindrait, aged 26 years (Londonderry Standard)

December 30 1871

December 15, at Ballybogan, Mr. JOHN CALDWELL, in his 67th year (Londonderry Standard)

January 25 1872

January 20, at his residence, Drumbuoy, JAMES IRWIN, aged 40 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 12 1872

March 10, at Argrey, CATHERINE BLAIR, aged 74 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 21 1872

March 19, at Argrey, HUGH BARKLEY, aged 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 25 1872

April 15, at Lifford, JANE wife of GEORGE WALKER, Lifford Gaol, aged 48 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 25 1872

April 30, at Ballindrait, REBECCA PORTER (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 16 1872

April 14, at Lifford, ISABELLA McMENAMIN, aged 82 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 13 1872

May 10, MARIA LOUISA, youngest child of THOMAS FEELY, Lifford, aged 14 months (Londonderry Journal)

May 29 1872

May 23, at Lifford, EDWARD SHARKEY, aged 6 years (Londonderry Journal)

October 2 1872

September 30, at Lifford, SOPHY, the beloved wife of CHARLES SMITH, Esq., M.D., Lifford. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the Parish Churchyard, Lifford, on this day (Wednesday), 2nd October, at twelve o’clock (Londonderry Journal)

October 21 1872

At Edenmore, on Saturday, on Saturday, the 19th instant, ANDREW CROCKETT, aged 72 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Raphoe, on Tuesday (to-morrow) morning, the 22nd instant, at ten o’clock] (Londonderry Journal)

November 1 1872

October 29, at Lifford, MARGARET McMULLEN, aged 54 years (Londonderry Journal)

November 8 1872

At Frendraught, near Ballindrait, Strabane, Ireland, on the 1st instant, JOHN WEIR, farmer, aged fifty-two (Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin Review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire Advertiser)

January 9 1873

January 8, at Lifford, JANE, second daughter of the late JOHN McCLINTOCK, Esq., of Londonderry, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 14 1873

February 4, at Lifford, Mr. JOHN DOHERTY, aged 54 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 17 1873

DEATH OF AN IRISH LADY IN AMERICA. – The funeral of Mrs. DENIS KENNEDY took place at the Cathedral in this city on Saturday morning. Solemn Requiem High Mass was celebrated. Rev. Dr. KENNEDY, of St. Teresa’s, a nephew of the deceased, was celebrant; Rev. James Maginn, of St. Francis’, deacon, and Rev. Dr. Keirans, sub-deacon. A large number of the rev. clergy were present, including the Right Rev. Bishop of Harrisburg. The deceased was well known and highly esteemed for her charities and Christian virtues. She was the daughter of the late Mr. DANL. McMENAMIN, Lifford, county Donegal, and relative to the Messrs. C & A. KENNEDY, Londonderry, Ireland. – Philadelphia Catholic Standard, January 11th 1873 (Londonderry Journal)

February 25 1873

February 22, at the residence of her sister, Miss KEYS, Lifford, MARY ANNE, relict of the late JAMES LINDSAY, Esq., Kilsalla, county Fermanagh. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground on this (Tuesday), morning, at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Journal)

February 25 1873

February 23, at Toberoneill, MARTHA GOURLEY, aged 76 years (Londonderry Journal)

May 5 1873

On the 3rd May, suddenly, at his residence, Lifford, SAMUEL JOHN CROOKSHANK, Esq., aged 71 years. [His remains will be removed, on Wednesday morning, at nine o’clock, for interment in the Derry Cemetery. The funeral will proceed from Lifford via Clonleigh] (Derry Journal)

June 21 1873

June 17, at Ballindrate, ELIZABETH QUINTIN, aged 72 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 22 1873

October 17, at 23, South King-street, Dublin, of scartalina, ANNIE, aged 2 years and 9 months, youngest daughter of Mr. WILLIAM SHARKIE, late of Lifford (Londonderry Journal)

October 22 1873

October 19, at 23, South King-street, Dublin, of dropsy, MINNIE, aged 7 years, eldest daughter of Mr. WILLIAM SHARKIE, late of Lifford (Londonderry Journal)

November 18 1873

November 17, at Lough Enagh, ALEXANDER CARLIN, aged 80 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on Wednesday morning, at nine ‘clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 12 1873

December 9, at Lifford, JOHN STEVENSON, aged 33 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 11 1874

February 7th, at Lifford, county Donegal, PATRICK McMENAMIN, aged 74 years (American papers please copy) (Londonderry Journal)

February 16 1874

February 11th, at Combermore, Lifford, after a brief illness, HENRIETTA, the beloved wife of ROBERT LITTLE, Esq., M.B., Surgeon, county Donegal Infirmary (Derry Journal)

February 24 1874

DEATH OF DRUM-MAJOR MURPHY, P.W.O. DONEGAL MILITIA. The sudden death of this talented young man, from bursting a blood vessel, at half-past two o’clock on Sunday morning last, has cast a gloom over Lifford and Strabane, while to his friends at Baronscourt, Newtownstewart, Stranorlar, Raphoe, and St. Johnston the sad news will be received with deep regret. Drum-Major Murphy, who inherited all the musical talent of his father (the late Mr. John Murphy, of Strabane), had the privilege of being taken at an early age under the care and instruction of Mr. GRIGGS, and his peculiarly successful method of teaching, young Murphy owed much to his success as a musician. Respected by the officers and men of his regiment, esteemed by a large circle of civilian friends, as a member of the neighbouring choirs in connection with the Strabane Philharmonies, as well as an artiste of brilliant promise, Mr. Murphy won for himself a reputation – social and professional – seldom equalled – Correspondent

February 22, at Lifford, Drum-Major JOHN MURPHY, P.W.O. Donegal Militia, aged 22 years. [His remains will be removed for interment at twelve o’clock noon, on Tuesday, 24th inst]. (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 27 1874

February 28th, at Murlog, Lifford, Mr. WILLIAM McLAUGHLIN, aged 76 years (Londonderry Journal)

June 30 1874

June 29, at Leganiel, Lifford, ISAAC CALDWELL, aged 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 15 1874

July 11, at the residence of his uncle, post-office, Lifford, DANIEL, youngest son of JOHN McMENAMIN, aged 17 years (Londonderry Journal)

July 16 1874

July 14, at Lifford, RANIE MARTIN, aged 75 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Lifford on to-day (Thursday), the 16th inst., at ten o’clock a.m. Deceased was for many years a member of the Irish Constabulary force, and in all relations of life was much respected (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 20 1874

July 16, at his father’s residence, Curraghalane, near Lifford, EDWARD, fourth son of Mr. DAVID McMENAMIN, aged 20 years (Londonderry Journal)

October 26 1874

October 24th, at Ballindrate, near Lifford, county Donegal, ANNE, daughter of the late CHRISTOPHER MULRINE, much and deservedly regretted. American papers please copy (Londonderry Journal)

October 31 1874

October 26, at his residence, Ballindrate, Strabane, Mr. MICHAEL BOYLE, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 19 1875

Feb. 15, at Lifford, SARAH, relict of the late JAMES SMITH, formerly of Diamond, Derry, aged 77 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 24 1875

February 19, at Lifford Gaol, JANE ASHE, matron, aged 79 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 24 1875

THE LATE MRS. ASHE, MATRON OF LIFFORD GAOL. – The late Mrs. Ashe, matron of Lifford Gaol, died on the 19th inst., at the advanced age of seventy-nine years, having served as matron in that institution for a period of fifty-two years. She was born in the prison, and in 1823 was elected to fill the office of matron, the duties of which office she continued to discharge till the day of her death, so that it may be truly said of her that her whole life was spent in prison. Her integrity and zealousness in the discharge of her several duties were well known and appreciated by the Board of Superintendence and the grand jurors of the county (Londonderry Journal)

March 11 1875

March 8, at Ballybogan, JOHN PATTERSON, aged 91 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 14 1875

May 11, at Lifford, suddenly, JOHN RODGERS, aged 53 years, for upwards of thirty-five years the faithful servant in the family of WILLIAM McC. KNOX, ESQ. (Londonderry Journal)

December20 1875

December 16, at her residence, Lifford, ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late THOMAS KEYS, Esq., Longvale (Londonderry Journal)

January 13 1876

November 14, at Auckland, New Zealand, JAMES STEVENSON, formerly of Cavan, near Lifford, county Donegal, aged 33 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 13 1876

January 9, at Lifford, WILLIAM, son of Sergeant JOHN ARTHUR, Prince of Wales’ Own Donegal Militia, aged 6 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 13 1876

January 8, at Lifford, MARGARET daughter of HUGH CUMMINS, aged 4 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 2 1876

January 24, at Porthall, PATRICK, only son of Mr. CHARLES ANDERSON, aged 27 years. American papers please copy (Londonderry Journal)

February 15 1876

February 7, at Ballindrait, CATHERINE WATSON, aged 94 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 28 1876

February 25, at Connyburrow House, Lifford, ELIZA JANE, wife of WILLIAM McCULLAGH, Esq., surveyor, aged 27 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Raphoe Burying-ground, this (Monday) morning, 28th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Journal)

February 28 1876

February 2, at Malta, after a few days’ illness, of diphtheria, FRANCIS RICHARD, third son of Surgeon-Major ALEXANDER HUMFREY, 98th Regiment, aged 6 years (Londonderry Journal)

February 28 1876

February 8, at Malta, ALEXANDER HUMFREY, Surgeon-Major, 98th Regiment, son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel HUMFREY, of Cavanacor, county Donegal (Londonderry Journal)

February 28 1876

Feb. 22, at Lifford, EDWARD SWEENEY, aged 44 years (Londonderry Journal)

June 26 1876

June 20, at Ballybogan, WILLIAM PATTERSON, in the 19th year of his age (Londonderry Journal)

June 27 1876

June 26, at Edenmore, JOSEPH CROCKETT, aged 96 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 16 1876

October 9, suddenly, MARY JANE, only beloved daughter of Mr. MARSHAL LOWRY, Blackrock, Clonleigh (Londonderry Journal)

October 18 1876

DEATH OF MR. MOSES KING, AT GLENSMOYLE, LIFFORD. – Mr. Moses King expired on Sunday morning, at the ripe old age of eighty-four, at his residence, Glensmoyle. He was the representative of one of the oldest and most respective families in the parish of Clonleigh. While maintaining his own principles, he studiously avoided giving offence to others. He died as he lived, respected by all who knew him, irrespective of their religious tenets of political tendencies. His remains were interred yesterday morning at nine o’clock, in the family burying ground at Clonleigh (Londonderry Journal)

December 1 1876

November 22, at his mother’s residence, Drumbuoy, Lifford, JAMES, second son of the late CHARLES DOUGHERTY, aged 19 years (Londonderry Journal)

May 3 1877

April 27, at his father’s residence, Argrey, Ballindrait, Strabane, JAMES, third son of Mr. JOHN GALLAGHER, aged 33 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 9 1877

May 6, at Porthall, FANNY, the beloved daughter of THOMAS WRAY, aged 21 years (Londonderry Journal)

July 26 1877

July 24, at Townsend-street, Strabane, JAMES McLAUGHLIN, horse-shoer, aged 63 years, much and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Friday) morning, 27th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 29 1878

January 27, at the Bowling Green, Strabane, Miss ELEANOR PRIOR, formerly of Ballindrait, near Lifford. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground on Wednesday (tomorrow), at one o’clock (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 29 1878

January 27, at Ballyduff house, Lifford, WILLIAM McCREA KNOX, Esq., in his 60th year. [Funeral on Wednesday, at twelve o’clock] (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 18 1878

March 17th, at Coneyburrow, Lifford, JAMES GRAHAM, Esq., aged 52 years. [His remains will be removed at two o’clock on Tuesday, 19th inst., for interment in Strabane churchyard] (Londonderry Journal)

April 25 1878

April 24, at Woodend, Strabane, MARY, wife of Mr. JOHN LYNCH, aged 70 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment from her late residence for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground on this day (Thursday), at twelve o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 4 1878

At Ballindrait, near Strabane, MARY MULRINE, aged 60 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 4 1878

July 1, at Clonleigh, SUSAN POLIDORE [registered as Polador, 85 years], aged 88 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 12 1878

THE LATE MR. ALEXANDER WEIR, OF BALLINDRAIT. – On Tuesday the remains of the late Mr. ALEXANDER WEIR, who died on Saturday last, at his residence, Ballindrait, were interred in Lifford graveyard, in the presence of a large number of friends and the general public of all classes and denominations. Mr. Weir was aged about sixty-five years, and had acted as sub-agent to the Earl of ERNE on his Ballindrait property for a lengthened period. He possessed the entire confidence of his Lordship, and was much esteemed and respected by the tenantry, who were present on Tuesday in Lifford to pay a last tribute to the deceased gentleman. Much sympathy is felt in the neighbourhood for the family of Mr. Weir in their present bereavement (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 29 1878

October 26, at Porthall, ANN, beloved wife of Mr. THOMAS GIBSON, aged 47 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 29 1878

At the residence of his grandfather, at Lifford, RAYMOND HAINES, only son of SAMUEL W. GILLESPIE, 16, Crawford Square, Londonderry (Tyrone Constitution)

May 6 1879

May 4, at his residence, New-street, Strabane, Mr. WILLIAM MONAGHAN, [His remains will be removed to Strabane Chapel at ten o’clock this (Tuesday) morning, and will, after Mass, be conveyed to Ballybogan Graveyard for interment. Friends will please accept this intimation]. (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 6 1879

May 5, at Lifford, Mrs MARTIN. [Her remains will be removed for interment on Wednesday morning in Lifford Graveyard, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this notice] (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 6 1879

May 3, at Murlough Cottage, Lifford, WILLIAM NEELY, ex-member Royal Irish Constabulary, aged 19 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 8 1879

FUNERAL OF THE LATE WILLIAM MONAGHAN. – On Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock, the remains of this gentleman were removed from his residence in New-street, Strabane, to the Roman Catholic Chapel, where Requiem Mass was said by the Rev. THOMAS BOYLE, C.C. On leaving the chapel the funeral cortege was re-formed, and proceeded down Main-street, and though it was market day in the town, a large number of respectable inhabitants of the town testified by their presence to the respect that the deceased was held, while shutters were partially put up on almost every shop and warehouse. The funeral proceeded over Lifford Bridge to Ballybogan graveyard, close to the village of Claudy, where the remains were interred in the family burying-ground. The service at the grave was performed by the Rev. BERNARD MCLAUGHLIN, C.C., and the responses were made by the Rev. Thomas Boyle, C.C., the Rev. WM. HEGGARTY, P.P., concluding the office for the dead (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 20 1879

November 19, at his residence, Millsessagh, Ballindrait, ANDREW MACBETH, aged 90 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on Saturday morning, 22nd inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 5 1880

December 9, at New Orleans, La., JAMES McGEEHAN, a native of Lifford, County Donegal, aged 74 years (Belfast Morning News)

February 26 1880

February 15, at Mossmore, Lifford, CATHERINE, eldest daughter of Mr. MICHAEL HAMILTON, aged 42 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 2 1880

April 2, at Lifford, DENIS SULLIVAN, aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 23 1880

April 21, at Springhill, Ballindreat, JOSEPH SMITH, aged 57 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the burying-ground, St. Johnston, today (Friday), 23rd inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation] (Londonderry Journal)

April 23 1880

April 6, at his residence, Lifford, county Donegal, of bronchitis, Sergeant JAMES RAFTER, Instructor of Musketry Prince of Wales’s Own Donegal Militia, lately of the 2nd Battalion 4th King’s Own, and formerly of Armagh, aged 41 years (Londonderry Journal)

June 4 1880

June 2, at her late residence, Lifford, Mrs. SARAH McCROSSAN, aged 58 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment at Melmount, Strabane, on Friday morning, at Half-past Nine o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Journal)

June 24 1880

June 22, of bronchitis, after a few days’ illness, at Dunmore Lodge, the residence of his grandfather, JOHN McILWAINE, GEORGE FREDERICK, only son of GEORGE MACBETH, Drumbuoy, Lifford, aged 7 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 2 1880

July 1, at his residence, Monien, JOHN MACBETH, aged 91 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on (tomorrow) Saturday, 3rd instant, at 3 o’clock, p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Derry Journal)

July 10 1880

July 5, at Ballindrait, HENRY QUINTON, aged 52 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 24 1880

July 21, at Lifford, DAVID KENNEDY, aged 27 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 13 1880

August 5, at Ballindrait, Lifford, county Donegal, SARAH, relict of the late Mr. MICHAEL BOYLE, aged 78 years. R. I. P. (American papers please copy) (Derry Journal)

September 22 1880

September 21st at Frendrought, near Lifford, MAGGIE, younger daughter of the late JOHN WEIR, aged 17 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Grave-yard, tomorrow (Thursday), the 23rd instant, at Eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Derry Journal)

October 19 1880

October 18, at Lifford, MINNIE, beloved daughter of JOHN CUNNINGHAME, aged 22 years. [Her remains will be interred in Lifford Graveyard, on Thursday morning, 21st inst., at nine o’clock (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 27 1880

October 22, at Clonleigh, MARY ISABELLA, beloved child of Mrs. PATTERSON, aged 7 years (Derry Journal)

November 6 1880

At her residence, Antrim Place, Portrush, on the 1st inst., JANE, widow of the late ROBERT SPENCE KNOX, of Murlough, County Donegal, Esq., aged 80 years (Coleraine Chronicle)

December 1 1880

November 29, at Gortin, county Donegal, SOPHIA DOHERTY. [The funeral will leave for Clonleigh, at 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 2nd. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Derry Journal)

December 2 1880

SUDDEN DEATH IN PUMP-STREET. – On Tuesday evening last, about seven o’clock, a woman names ELIZABETH WILSON, a native of Lifford, suddenly dropped dead in the kitchen of Dr. J. E. MILLER, Pump-street, in whose household she acted as cook…….the remains were removed from Derry yesterday for interment at Lifford (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 28 1881

January 27, at the residence of his nephew, the Diamond, Lifford, DENNIS McCROSSON, aged 84 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh graveyard, on Saturday morning, the 29th instant, at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 31 1881

January 24, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. ANDREW McFARLAND, Ballindrait, SARAH GALLAGHER, formerly of Ramelton, aged 88 (Derry Journal)

February 4 1881

January 27, at the residence of his nephew, the Diamond, Lifford, DENIS McCROSSAN, aged 84 years (Tyrone Constitution)

April 29 1881

April 25, at Coneyburrow House, Lifford, GEO. McCARTER, aged 71 years (Tyrone Constitution)

May 25 1881

May 23, at Coolatee, MARY, the beloved wife of WILLIAM MACKEY, aged 58 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the Burying-ground of Clonleigh, this day (Wednesday) the 25th instant, at one o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

June 21 1881

DEATH OF DR. LITTLE, OF LIFFORD – The announcement in our obituary to-day of the death of the above gentleman, which took place early yesterday morning at his residence, Combermore House, Lifford, will be received with regret in Donegal, Tyrone and Derry, but more especially in the former county, where he was extensively known and universally esteemed. Although able to attend to his professional duties up to within a day or two of his death, it was apparent to the immediate friends of Dr. Little for some time past that he was not in that state of robust health which he usually enjoyed; but beyond this slight indication of failing strength, so early a termination of life was entirely unexpected, his age being only sixty-seven. Dr. Little first held the situations of dispensary doctor and physician to the district fever hospital in Letterkenny, and on being appointed physician and surgeon to the Donegal County Infirmary and County Prison he removed to Lifford, where he succeeded to an extensive and lucrative practice, and resided for over twenty-five years. He was eminent in his profession, and as an operating surgeon had few equals. In private life he was known as a warm-hearted and genial friend, and gained the friendship of a very wide circle of acquaintances. By the poor his loss will be much deplored, as his advice was always given gratuitously to the suffering who were unable to purchase it. The funeral will take place on Saturday next, at twelve o’clock noon - Derry Sentinel (Tyrone Constitution)

August 15 1881

August 9, FRANCIS BREARTY, late of Glenfad, Clonleigh, aged 80 years (Derry Journal)

February 3 1882

January 30, at the residence of her father, Lifford, KATE, second daughter of JOHN MONTGOMERY (Tyrone Constitution)

February 10 1882

February 2, at Lifford, ISABELLA, wife of JOHN CUNNINGHAM (Tyrone Constitution)

March 20 1882

March 13, at Keelogs, County Donegal, NEIL McGROARTY, aged 75 years. Requiescat in pace. (Derry Journal)

April 14 1882

April 12, at Spring Hill, Ballindrait, PATRICK MULRINE. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Graveyard, on this (Friday) morning, 14th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this, the only intimation] (Derry Journal)

July 9 1882

July 5, at Ballindrait, HENRY QUINTON, aged 52 years (Derry Journal)

September 11 1882

September 9, at Ballindrait, MAGGIE, second daughter of ROBERT PATTON, aged 16 years (Derry Journal)

September 22 1882

September 15, at Mountview, Draperstown, the residence of his daughter, Mrs. SMYTH, WILLIAM CONYNGHAM MONTGOMERY, formerly of Lifford, Strabane, and Randalstown, aged 88 years (Tyrone Constitution)

December 13 1882

October 29, at his residence, Porthall, CHARLES ANDERSON, aged 82 years. [American papers please copy] (Derry Journal)

January 15 1883

January 11, at Flushtown Cottage, Urney, ISABELLA, wife of the late JOHN HOUSTON, of Haw Cottage, Lifford (Derry Journal)

March 16 1883

March 13, at Strabane, ROSE MONAGHAN, aged 83 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Ballybogan, on to-morrow (Saturday, 17th March), at 1 o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. R.I.P.] (Londonderry Journal)

April 2 1883

March 31, at Barrack-street, Strabane, WILLIAM MARSHALL, late of Camphill, Ballindrate, aged 73 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the grave yard of Clonleigh, on Monday, the 22nd inst., at two o’clock p.m. (Derry Journal)

May 9 1883

May 7, at Keelogs, SUSAN, relict of the late JOSEPH GARDINER, aged 72 years (Derry Journal)

May 9 1883

May 4, at Haw, JANE, relict of the late CHARLES IRVINE, Creeve, aged 64 years (Derry Journal)

May 9 1883

April 30, at Lifford, JANE, relict of the late HUGH NUGENT, Deerpark, Omagh, aged 78 years. R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

June 20 1883

June 18, at Argrey, JOHN PATTON, aged 75 years (Derry Journal)

July 30 1883

July 28, at Murlog, Lifford, the Very Rev. WILLIAM HAGGARTY, P.P., Clonleigh and Camus, aged 66 years. [Solemn Office and Requiem Mass in Murlog Catholic Church, today (Monday), the 30th inst., at eleven o’clock, after which the remains will be removed for interment in Strabane. R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

August 17 1883

August 14, at The Manse, Murlog, county Donegal, GEORGE SHAW, youngest and fondly loved son of the Rev. J. McF. GUY, Ballindrait, aged seven months (Derry Journal)

October 3 1883

October 1, at his residence, Cloughfin, Ballindrait, PATRICK DIVINE, aged 75 years. R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

October 8 1883

September 9, in Philadelphia, JOHN, aged 16 months and 10 days, infant son of ANDREW NICKLE, late of The Haw, Lifford, county Donegal (Derry Journal)

November 9 1883

November 7, at Lifford Infirmary, county Donegal, Constable JAMES BEIRNE, R.I.C., Crossroads, Killygordon, late of Clonmany, a native of Boyle, county Roscommon, aged 26 years R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

November 28 1883

November 26, at her residence Porthall, after a lingering illness, ELLEN, the beloved wife of HUGH O’DONNELL, Esq., P.L.G. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, at Clonleigh, at half-past one o’clock p.m., on to-day (Wednesday), 28th inst. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Derry Journal)

November 28 1883

November 26, at his residence, Rosgear, JOHN McSHANE, aged 76 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, to-day, (Wednesday), the 28th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Derry Journal)

January 11 1884

MILITARY FUNERAL AT LIFFORD. – On Monday, the remains of Colour-Sergt. LOVETTE, one of the permanent staff of the 5th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (late Donegal Militia), were interred in the churchyard at Lifford. The deceased was accorded a military funeral, the band performing the Dead March. On arriving at the churchyard the firing party formed up, and the coffin was borne between the files on the shoulders of six of his comrades to the grave. When the remains had been deposited in their last resting-place the usual salute was fired over the grave. The deceased leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss (Tyrone Constitution)

January 23 1884

January 19, at her husband’s residence, Braid, Clonleigh, county Donegal, ELIZA, the beloved wife of WM. BOYD, aged 40 years (Derry Journal)

February 6 1884

February 4, at her brother’s residence, Clonleigh, Strabane, JANE MARY MACPHERSON, eldest daughter of the late JOSEPH MACPHERSON, Ballougry, Londonderry. [The funeral will leave Clonleigh for Killea Burying-ground this (Wednesday) morning, the 6th instant, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Derry Journal)

February 27 1884

February 12, at her residence, 18, Beech-street, Belfast, ROSANA, fifth daughter of the late JAMES BABINGTON HAMILTON, Clonleigh, county Donegal (Derry Journal)

March 6 1884

March 4, at Legoniel, MARGARET GRAHAM, eldest daughter of the late RICHARD GRAHAM (formerly of Ballybogan). [Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Strabane on Friday, 7th instant, at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 7 1884

March 4, at Legnaneil, MARGARET GRAHAM, eldest daughter of the late RICHARD GRAHAM (formerly of Ballybogan). [Her remains will be removed for interment in the grave-yard of Strabane, on this (Friday) morning, at eleven o’clock, a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

June 27 1884

June 26, at Curraghalane, Lifford, FRANCES, beloved wife of DAVID McMENAMIN, aged 70 years (Derry Journal)

July 4 1884

June 30, at her residence, Church Brae, Lifford, ANN, wife of Mr. MATTHEW GALLAGHER, after one day’s illness (Tyrone Constitution)

July 11 1884

July 10, at the residence of Mr. J. CRAWFORD, Strabane, JANE, relict of the late JAMES DENNY, Gortin, Ballindrate, aged 84 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Strabane graveyard to-morrow (Saturday), the 12th instant, at ten o’clock (Derry Journal)

July 18 1884

July 14, at his residence, Lifford, Captain SAMUEL SEARLE, late Governor of her Majesty’s Prison, Lifford, aged 78 years (Tyrone Constitution)

July 30 1884

July 29, at Tober, JANE A. STEVENSON, aged 80 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Graveyard on Thursday morning, 31st inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this, the only intimation] (Derry Journal)

August 15 1884

August 14, at Millinavea, near Ballindrait, MARGARET VANCE, aged 61 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in St. Johnston Burying-ground on to-morrow (Saturday), the 16th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

August 20 1884

August 19, at Rosgeer, MARY, the beloved wife of PATRICK QUIGLEY, Irish-street, Strabane. [Her remains will be removed from her aunt’s residence, Rosgeer, for interment in Clonleigh Graveyard on to-morrow (Thursday) morning, 21st inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 26 1885

January 22, at Printfield-terrace, Dumbarton, WILLIAM, eldest son of BERNARD McLAUGHLIN, late of Strabane and Murlog (Londonderry Journal)

February 4 1885

February 1, at Tober-Oneill, Ballindrait, THOMAS ELLISON. [His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard, Clonleigh, this (Wednesday) morning, the 4th instant, at ten o’clock] (Derry Journal)

March 13 1885

March 7, at Ballindrait, BRIDGET MULRINE, aged 75 years. R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

April 13 1885

April 7, at Coolatee, Clonleigh, OLIVER SMITH, aged 74 years (Derry Journal)

April 22 1885

April 20, at Guystown, ALEXANDER GOURLEY, eldest son of ALEXANDER WEIR, aged three and a half years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground, this (Wednesday) evening, the 22nd inst., at four o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

May 20 1885

May 18, at his residence, Shannan, Ballindrait, SAMUEL GARDNER, in the 85th year of his age. [His remains will be removed for interment from his late residence in the burying-ground, Urney, this (Wednesday) morning, the 20th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

October 16 1885

October 14, at Murlog, ELIZA BOYD, aged 70 years (Derry Journal)

April 16 1886

April 10, at Coneyburrow House, Lifford, JASPER, the dearly-beloved son of W. & M. NICHOLLS (Tyrone Constitution)

April 16 1886

April 11, at 66, Oxford road, London, N., ELLEN, the devoted wife of W. NICHOLLS, Esq., sen., and the fondly-loved mother of W. NICHOLLS, Esq., Coneyburrow House , Lifford (Tyrone Constitution)

April 17 1886

At his residence, Ballindrait, on the 13th inst., ANDREW McFARLAND, aged 72 years, for thirty years sexton of the Ballindrait Presbyterian Church (Northern Constitution)

May 8 1886

March 22, at the residence of his brother, May-street, Wellington, New Zealand, WILLIAM FRED CUNNINGHAM, formerly of Lifford, county Donegal, aged 23 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 15 1886

July 14, at the Haw, Lifford, HENRY PINKERTON, aged 36 years. (His remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Churchyard on tomorrow (Friday), 16th instant, at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. The Masonic brethren are requested to attend in full Masonic costume at a quarter to twelve o’clock (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 12 1886

November 8, at the residence of his son-in-law, Lifford, THOMAS DEEHAN, aged 82 years (Tyrone Constitution)

January 18 1887

January 15, at Liskey, Argrey, ELIZA BLAIR, aged 57 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Urney on to-morrow (Wednesday), 19th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. American papers please copy] (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 16 1887

April 14, at her brother’s residence, Rosgeer, CATHERINE McSHANE, aged 72 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the burying-ground of Clonleigh on Monday morning, the 18th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 22 1887

April 18, at Lifford, Quarter-Master Sergeant JOHN BRADY, 5th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Tyrone Constitution)

April 22 1887

It is now my melancholy duty to record the death of Miss MARIA CUNNINGHAM, daughter of the late Mr. JOHN CUNNINGHAM of Lifford, which occurred on Tuesday evening last at her residence there. Miss Cunningham was a young lady of most exemplary character and enjoyed the respect and esteem of a very large circle of friends who will deeply grieved at her untimely decease. (Tyrone Constitution)

May 5 1887

May 3, at Lifford, ANNE KEYS, relict of the late JAMES MILLER, Londonderry, aged 92 years. [Her remains will be removed at half-past ten o’clock on to-morrow (Friday) morning 6th inst., for interment in the Chapel-of-Ease Burying-ground, arriving in Derry, via St. Johnston, about two o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 24 1887

September 23, at Lifford, ELIZABETH, relict of the late JAMES GRAHAM, of Ballybogan. [Funeral will take place in Lifford Graveyard on Monday, 26th inst., at ten o’clock a.m. (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 27 1887

September 20, at her residence, Drumboy, Lifford, ANNIE HALL, aged 55 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 4 1888

February 2, at her residence, Toberoneill, Ballindrait, ELIZA S., relict of the late WILLIAM ELLISON, of Toberoneill, [Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Clonleigh, on Monday, the 6th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 13 1888

March 12, at his residence, Porthall, Strabane, Mr. BERNARD O’DONNELL (brother of Mr. HUGH O’DONNELL. P.L.G., and Mr. JOHN O’DONNELL), in the 71st year of his age. [Funeral will leave at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday), 14th inst., for the family burying-ground, Clonleigh. Friends will please accept this intimation. R.I.P. (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 16 1888

April 17, at Haw, Lifford, MARGARET ASH, aged 98 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 10 1888

August 5, at Lifford, MAGGIE, youngest daughter of the late Quartermaster Sergeant FEELY, aged 16 years (Tyrone Constitution)

October 11 1888

October 6, at his residence, Ballyminister, ROBERT YOUNG McCREA, aged 69 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 19 1888

October 16, at the Courthouse, Lifford, WILLIAM COOPER, aged 70 years, court keeper for 16 years (Tyrone Constitution)

February 15 1889

DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN. – We regret to hear of the death of Mrs. GIBSON, of Bath-road, Chiswick, London, at the great age of 100 years. The deceased was the daughter of Rev. JOHN RUSSELL KNOX, late rector of Lifford, and she married Major JAMES GIBSON, late 15th Hussars, who was well known in Derry many years ago. Mrs. Gibson was a cousin of the Lord LAURENCE, and was related to the O’Neills of Shane’s Castle. She was a subscriber to the Sentinel for a period of about of fifty years, and up to within three weeks of her death read the paper regularly in her London home. She was regarded by all her friends and acquaintances as a wonderful woman. Her grandson, Mr. ALEXANDER GIBSON, informs us that even a few days before her death she repeated from memory several verses of Moore’s Melodies, and her correspondence up to a week or two of her demise was immense for even a much younger woman –Derry Sentinel (Tyrone Constitution)

August 6 1889

July 4, at the bride’s residence, Florenceville, New Brunswick, by the Rev. George Howard, SAMUEL, son of the late WILLIAM McCAIN (formerly of Meenahoney, Castlefin, Ireland), to MARY REBECCA, only surviving daughter of the late JOHN MACKAY, of Florenceville (formerly of Ballindrait, Ireland (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 9 1889

November 1, at her son’s residence, Ballindreat, JANE, relict of the late WILLIAM WEIR, Gortin, aged 67 years. [Her remains will be removed from her late residence, Ballindreat, for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground, on to-morrow (Wednesday), the 16th inst., at the hour of eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 30 1889

November 28, at his father’s residence, Millsessiagh, Ballindrait, JOSEPH MACBETH, aged 6 years and 6 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 23 1890

January 22, at Sessaghmore, Castlefin, ROBERT McKINLAY, aged 70 years. [His remains will be removed from his late residence for interment in Lifford on to-morrow (Friday), 24th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 30 1890

January 27, at Ballybogan, Lifford, the infant son of WILLIAM HOLMES (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 12 1890

April 11, at Lifford Common, Lifford, JOHN PORTERFIELD, aged 82 years. [Funeral to leave at ten o’clock on Monday, 15th inst., for interment in Leckpatrick Graveyard, Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 1 1890

July 29, at Lifford, MRS. ELIZABETH WEIR, aged 60 years (Tyrone Constitution)

August 14 1890

August 10, at Coneyburrow Cottage, Lifford, MINNIE, the dearly loved child of WILLIAM and MARY MACKAY, aged 2 years and 10 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 6 1890

September 3, at his father’s residence, Ballindrait, PATRICK MULRINE, aged 8 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 20 1890

September 19, at the residence of his mother, Lifford, PATRICK McCOSKER, aged 58 years. [Funeral will leave to-morrow (Sunday) morning at half-past ten o’clock for Murlog Chapel. Interment after Mass in the Abbey Burial-Ground, Clonleigh. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 8 1891

January 7, at the Infirmary, Lifford, JAMES GILLESPIE, aged 75 years. [Funeral on to-morrow (Friday), the 9th inst., at twelve o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 10 1891

FUNERAL OF DR. GILLESPIE, LIFFORD

Yesterday the remains of the late of Dr. GILLESPIE were interred in the family burying-ground in Lifford Graveyard. The deceased was seventy-three years of age, all of which was spent in the Infirmary, Lifford, where he was born, and had been looking after its affairs for the past fifty-three years. He took a great interest in the management of the Infirmary, and under his personal care it has been raised until it now ranks as one of the best institutions of the kind in the North of Ireland. In his disposition he was kind, courteous and affable. The funeral left the Infirmary at twelve o’clock, and proceeded to the church, where service was conducted by the Rev. O’BRIEN. The funeral, though of a private character, was largely attended by a great number of friends and acquaintances, the chief mourner being his grandson, Master SYDNEY GILLESPIE. Wreaths were sent by the following: - Mrs. CLARKE, the Misses CLARKE, Belmount; Mrs. BOYD, Lifford, Mr. BRADLEY, Clonleigh; and Mr. A. WILSON, Derry. The coffin was massive polished oak, with brass mountings, Mr. JOHN HOUSTON, Strabane, had charge of the funeral arrangements (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 19 1891

THE LATE MRS. E. GILLARD. – The remains of the late Mrs. E. GILLARD, daughter of Mr. J. J. BRADLEY, Clonleigh, were interred in Lifford Burying-ground on Monday last. The large assemblage that attended the funeral showed the respect in which the deceased was held, and much sympathy was shown to her sorrowing husband and father and other relatives in their sad bereavement. The coffin, which was covered with beautiful wreaths, sent by many kind friends, was borne into the church, where the solemn and impressive burial service of the Church of Ireland was conducted by the Rev. Canon McCLINTOCK, rector, and in addition to the usual service the choir sang the hymn, “Rock of ages, cleft for me”. The “Dead March” was then played by Mrs. GLOSTER, Lifford, who presided at the organ, and the remains were then finally borne to the grave, where the service was concluded. The coffin was supplied by Mr. HOUSTON, Strabane, and the hearse by Mr. J. SIMMS (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 21 1891

March 20, at the Infirmary, Lifford, ROBERT BELL, Raphoe, aged 53 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 26 1891

March 24, at Main-street, Strabane, SIBELLA MARSHALL, formerly of Camphill, Ballindrait. [The interment will take place in Clonleigh Graveyard this (Thursday) morning, at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 21 1891

April 20, at Lifford, PATRICK FEELY, aged 37 years. [Funeral leaves Lifford at ten a.m. to-morrow (Wednesday). Interment at Melmount] (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 25 1891

April 18, at Corraghalane, Lifford, SARAH JANE, youngest daughter of MARSHALL TAYLOR, aged 18 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 23 1891

May 21, at the residence of her daughter, Lifford, county Donegal, ANNE KEYS. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Ardstraw Burying-ground to-day (Saturday), 23rd inst., at two o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 4 1891

June 3, at Ballinabrine, Lifford, JOHN HARKIN, aged 85 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Castlefin on to-morrow (Friday), 5th inst., at ten o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 6 1891

June 4, at Murlog, MARY QUINTON, aged 18 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 10 1891

August 8, at her residence, Milltown Cottage, Strabane, MARGARET, relict of the late ROBERT LOWRY. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Churchminister to-morrow (Tuesday), the 11th inst., at twelve o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

November 11 1891

November 16, at the residence of her brother, Rosgeer, MARY ANN SHEIL. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground on to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, 18th inst., at 10 o’clock. R.I.P. (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 21 1891

November 17, at his residence, Lifford House, Lifford, county Donegal, GEORGE GARDINER, V.C., aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 9 1891

December 7, at Argrey, Ballindrait, WILLIAM PATTON, aged 82 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Urney this (Wednesday), morning, 9th inst. at eleven o’clock, Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

December 9 1891

December 6, at his residence, No. 4, Rectory-terrace, the Rev. WILLIAM ELLISON, M.A., minister of St. James Presbyterian Church, Sunderland. His remains will reach the railway terminus, Waterside, at half-past eleven o’clock tomorrow (Thursday) morning, and will pass thence (by road), through St. Johnston, about two o’clock, for interment in the family Burying-ground at Clonleigh. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

December 9 1891

December 4, at Lifford, Miss CATHERINE DOHERTY, aged 70 years (Derry Journal)

December 22 1891

December 13, at his grandfather’s residence, Diamond, Lifford, WILLIAM JASON JOHN, son of the late Sergeant-Instructor Musketry HASSARD (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 4 1892

At her brother’s (JAMES GREEN), residence, Raphoe, CATHERINE SPENCE, relict of the late THOMAS SPENCE, Argrey. Her remains will be removed for interment to the family Burying-ground in Convoy to-morrow (Tuesday), the 5th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

January 7 1892

January 2, at the residence of his father, WILLIAM JOHN, infant son of JOHN WATSON, Aughaloney, aged 6 weeks (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 9 1892

January 6, at her residence, Main-street, Strabane, FLORENCE P. MARSHALL, late of Camp Hill, Ballindrait. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Clonleigh, on to-day (Saturday), 9th inst., at ten o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 28 1892

January 27, at Curraghalane, ANNE MOORE, the dearly-beloved wife of WILLIAM PINKERTON, age 70 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground on Friday (to-morrow), at 11 o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 10 1892

February 9, at his residence, Kirkminister, JOHN WILKIE, aged 85 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Kirkminister Graveyard to-morrow (Thursday), the 11th instant at 11 o’clock a.m. Friends will please this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

April 1 1892

March 30, at Murlog, SUSANNAH, relict of the late ROBERT MACBETH, Drumbuoy. Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground tomorrow (Saturday), 2nd April, at one o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

April 14 1892

April 12, at her residence, Lifford, SARAH, relict of the late GEORGE McCOSKER, aged 80 years. [Funeral will leave this {Thursday} morning, the 14th inst., at half-past ten o’clock, for interment in the Abbey burial-ground, Clonleigh. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. R.I.P. (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 30 1892

April 26, at Edenmore, Lifford, REBECCA CROCKETT, aged 75 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 3 1892

May 2, at Rose Cottage, Lifford, EDWIN POLSTON, twin son of Sergeant-Major E. EVIN, 5th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 2 1892

June 30, at Lifford, ROBERTA CATHERINE, youngest daughter of Major C. BRENAN, late Inniskilling Fusiliers [Funeral on to-day (Saturday) at 2 p.m. (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 9 1892

July 7, at Portanure, MARY THRONE, aged 55 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Lifford on Saturday (to-day), 9th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 14 1892

July 12, at her son’s residence, Ballybogan, CATHERINE SAYERS, aged 75 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Urney this (Thursday) morning, 14th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 14 1892

July 12 at Lifford Common, ELIZA HODGKEYS, aged 59 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Clonleigh this (Thursday) morning, 14th instant, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 12 1892

August 11, at the residence of his brother-in-law (Mr. ANDREW LOWRY, Argrey), JAS. McGREGOR, aged 65 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Raphoe, to-morrow (Saturday), morning, 13th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Journal)

September 21 1892

September 20, at Lifford, GRACE, relict of the late JOHN FIELDS, aged 63 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Clonleigh, to-morrow (Thursday) morning, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

October 18 1892

October 15, at his father’s residence, Lifford, CHARLES EDWARD PERCY, twin son of CHARLES and MARY JANE LIGGAT, aged 4 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 2 1893

February 27, at Keelogs, SUSANNA (ANNIE) BLAIR. Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Urney to-day (Wednesday), at two o’clock p.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 20 1893

April 18, at Lifford, MARY AGNES, the beloved daughter of DAN and MARY McGEE, aged 14 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 11 1893

May 5 in Dublin, FREDERICK WILLIAM, aged 40 years, of paralysis, third son of ANDREW B. VAN BELLE, formerly of Lifford, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 22 1893

May 20, at Newrow, Porthall, BABINGTON HAMILTON, aged 24 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground today (Monday), 22nd inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

June 30 1893

June 27, at the residence of her uncle, JOHN McCOSKER, Lifford, ELLEN, the beloved daughter of HUGH McCOSKER, Canal Basin, Strabane (Tyrone Constitution)

July 17 1893

July 16, at her husband’s residence, St. Johnston, CATHERINE, dearly loved wife of JAMES O’DONNELL, boot and shoe merchant. Funeral will leave her husband’s residence for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground to-tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, 18th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this, the only intimation (Derry Journal)

July 22 1893

At Prebbleton, Canterbury, New Zealand, on the 4th ult. WALTER McCLINTOCK, late of Porthall, near Londonderry, Ireland, in his 89th year (Northern Constitution)

September 2 1893

September 1, at her mother’s residence, Lifford, SARAH, youngest daughter of the late WILLIAM SHARKIE, aged 23 years. [Funeral this day (Saturday), at 3.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 13 1893

October 12, at Calhame, ROBERT McGETTIGAN, aged 58 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh to-morrow (Saturday) morning, 14th inst., at half-past ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

December 29 1893

December 27, at Edenmore, WILLIAM HOOD, aged 70 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh tomorrow (Friday), 29th inst., at one o’clock p.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 10 1894

DEATH OF MR. HUGH McMENAMIN, LIFFORD. – One of the best known and most respected of men in the person of Mr. HUGH McMENAMIN, has passed away at his residence, Lifford. For many years he had held the office of Postmaster in that town, in succession to his father, and during that time he was also lessee of the Foyle fishery at Greenbrae, and whether in the capacity of public servant, employer, or as a private citizen, he was looked upon as a most courteous, generous and exemplary man, whose sole aim seemed to do his duty faithfully and unostentatiously. He was intimately acquainted with and respected by the priests of the North-West of Ireland, whose high esteem he secured by his kindness of heart and his sterling qualities as a practical Catholic, and a supporter of all matters connected with the church at Murlog, where he was a central figure. Not only in this sphere, but as a business man, he was well and widely known, and earned for himself the respect of every one with whom he came in contact (Derry Journal)

January 10 1894

January 9, at Lifford, Mr. HUGH McMENAMIN, aged 74. His remains will be removed for interment in Doneyloop Graveyard tomorrow (Thursday) morning, 11th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

January 24 1894

DEATH OF MRS. McMENAMIN, LIFFORD. – The intelligence will be learned with sorrow that Mrs. McMENAMIN, relict of the late Mr. HUGH McMENAMIN, of Lifford, only survived for a fortnight the shock of her husband’s death. Her death occurred on Monday at the Old Post Office. The funeral of the respected lady will take place this (Wednesday) morning, from the house from which the remains of her husband were removed a couple of weeks ago (Derry Journal)

March 7 1894

March 5, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. BOYLE, Bowling Green, Strabane, BRIDGET, relict of the late THOMAS FEELY, Quartermaster-Sergeant Donegal Militia, Lifford. Interment in Melmount this (Wednesday) morning, at ten o’clock (Derry Journal)

April 18 1894

April 14, at Lifford, WILLIAM EARLY, aged 67 years (Derry Journal)

April 25 1894

April 23, at her mother’s residence, Lifford, BELLA McCAFFERTY, aged 19 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Graveyard this (Wednesday) morning, 25th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

June 27 1894

June 25 at her residence, Porthall, MARGRET CREANOR, relict of the late BERNARD CREANOR, aged 89 years. R.I.P. Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Abbey Burying-ground to-day (Wednesday), the 17th inst., at eleven o’clock (Derry Journal)

July 9 1894

July 8, at his residence, Coolatee, WILLIAM MACKEY, aged 77 years. Funeral at one o’clock tomorrow (Tuesday) in the family burying-ground Cloughleigh (sic). Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

July 11 1894

July 6, at his residence, Lifford, DANIEL McCOSKER, aged 41 years (Derry Journal)

August 20 1894

August 1, at Lifford Common, WILLIAM FRANCIS, third and dearly beloved son of JOHN and ISABELLA PORTERFIELD, aged 11 years (Derry Journal)

October 9 1894

October 8, at the Haw, Lifford, ROBERT WILKIE, aged 81 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Urney tomorrow (Wednesday), 10th inst., at ten o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 30 1894

November 28, at Lifford, ROBERT McINTYRE, aged 55 years (Tyrone Constitution)

April 12 1895

April 11, at Argrey, Raphoe, ANDREW LOWRY, sen. Interment in Churchminster at eleven o’clock tomorrow (Saturday) morning. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

May 15 1895

March 13, at Coneyburrow Cottage, Lifford, JAMES KINCH. His remains will be removed for interment in Strabane New Cemetery to-day (Friday), 15th inst., at two o’clock p.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

September 13 1895

September 10, at Lifford, ROBERT LONGMORE (Derry Journal)

October 25 1895

October 15, on board the steamship City of Rome, fortified by the rites of the Catholic Church, HUGH CULLEN, second steward, son of JAMES CULLEN, Lifford. – R.I.P. American papers please copy. (Derry Journal)

November 25 1895

November 21, at the residence of her father, The Manse, Murlog, Ballindrait, ALICE GEORGINA, a greatly beloved and deeply lamented daughter of Rev. J. McF. GUY, aged 9 years (Derry Journal)

December 25 1895

December 23, at his sister’s residence, Canal, Strabane, JOHN A. KARNEY, aged 60 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground to-morrow (Thursday) morning, the 26th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 3 1896

January 1, at Haw, Lifford, OLIVER BRYSON, aged 73 years. Interment in Lifford Churchyard this (Friday) morning, 3rd inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

February 22 1896

February 19, at Belmont, Lifford, ELIZABETH, widow of the late ANDREW CLARKE, in her 86th year. [Funeral to Grange Burying-ground this day (Saturday), 22nd instant, at twelve o’clock noon] (Derry Journal)

February 24 1896

February 21, at her father’s residence, Glensmoyle, MARY JANE KING, aged 25 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh to-day (Monday), 24th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

April 17 1896

April 15, at the residence of his father, DANIEL, third son of DANIEL ROULSTON, of Toberoneill. The funeral will leave Toberoneill at ten o’clock this (Friday) morning, the 17th inst., proceeding by road through Carrigans for the Derry Cemetery, and arriving at Derry about one o’clock. No flowers (Derry Journal)

May 2 1896

April 26, at Argrey, Ballindrait, CATHERINE, relict of the late JOHN GALLAGHER (Derry Journal)

May 9 1896

At Croghan House, Lifford, on the 3rd inst., after a long illness, the Rev. Canon JOHN S. McCLINTOCK, for ten years curate and twenty-three years rector of Clonleigh, eldest son of the late SAMUEL McCLINTOCK, Granshaw, Derry (Coleraine Chronicle)

May 18 1896

May 16, at the residence of her brother, EDMUND BOYLE, Argrey, MARY BOYLE. Funeral will leave Argrey at ten o’clock this (Monday) morning, for interment in Castlefin Burial-ground. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

May 29 1896

May 28, at Bogagh, Raphoe, CATHERINE GARDNER, relict of the late JAMES GARDNER, aged 84 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Churchminster Burying-ground tomorrow (Saturday) morning, the 30th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

August 11 1896

August 9, at Myrtle-terrace, Londonderry (the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. MAXWELL), ALFRED HENRY CUNNINGHAM, youngest son of the late JOHN CUNNINGHAM, Lifford. [Interment in family Burying-ground, Lifford. Funeral private] (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 28 1896

October 27, at her husband’s residence, Lifford, MARGARET HARTE, deeply and deservedly regretted by her sorrowing family. Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground tomorrow (Thursday), morning, the 29th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. Sweet Jesus have mercy on her (Derry Journal)

November 2 1896

THE LATE MRS HARTE, LIFFORD. – On Thursday last was borne to the burying-ground at Clonleigh, the remains of the late Mr. (sic) HARTE, wife of Mr. WM. HARTE, butcher and publican, Lifford. Deceased has been in failing health for some time (Derry Journal)

November 28 1896

November 26, at Lifford, JEANNIE, third and dearly-beloved daughter of JOHN PURDON, aged 17 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 10 1896

December 9, at her brother’s residence, Ballybogan, ELIZA, relict of the late ALEXANDER CALDWELL, Kemegaragh, Bandon, county Cork. [Her remains will be removed for interment for the family burying-ground, Lifford, on to-morrow (Friday), 11th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 10 1897

March 6, at the residence of her father, The Diamond, Lifford, MAGGIE, dearly loved and fourth daughter of JOHN GORMAN, late Sergeant 5th Inniskilling Fusiliers, aged 16 years and 10 months (Derry Journal)

April 23 1897

April 22, at Backland, Lifford, WILLIAM JOHN VANCE, aged 23 years. His remains will be removed for interment in Strabane Burying-ground tomorrow (Saturday), 24th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

May 26 1897

May 23, at Lifford, MARGARET COOKE, aged 72 years (Derry Journal)

May 19 1897

May 14, at her residence, Lifford, BRIDGET SULLIVAN, aged 76 years – R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

June 21 1897

June 18, at the residence of her father, The Diamond, Lifford, FRANCES JOSEPHINE, 7th daughter of JOHN GORMAN, late sergeant 5th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, aged 5 years and 10 months (Derry Journal)

July 23 1897

July 18, drowned at Green-brae, Lifford, JAMES JOSEPH, youngest son of WM. DUNCAN, Eden, Plumbridge (Derry Journal)

August 26 1897

August 24, at her residence, Boyagh, ELIZA, relict of the late GEORGE WATSON, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 2 1897

October 30, at his residence, Porthall, HUGH O’DONNELL, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 9 1897

October 8, at the residence of his brother, HUGH O’DONNELL, Porthall, JOHN O’DONNELL, aged 97 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh on Monday morning, 11th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. – R.I.P.[ Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 2 1897

October 30, at his residence, Porthall, HUGH O’DONNELL, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 5 1897

November 3, at his residence, Lifford, PATRICK McMULLEN, aged 65 years. – R.I.P. His remains will be removed for interment in the Abbey Graveyard, Clonleigh, this (Friday) morning, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

December 1 1897

November 28, at her residence, Roughan, Lifford, NANCY McCROSSEN – R.I.P. (Derry Journal)

December 8 1897

December 5, at her residence, Lifford-terrace, Strabane, SUSAN SERLE, wife of the late Captain SERLE, formerly Governor of Lifford Gaol, aged 80 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground to-day (Wednesday), 8th instant at twelve o’clock noon (Derry Journal)

January 22 1898

DEATH OF MRS. GRAHAM, CLAREMONT The death took place on Thursday of Mrs. GRAHAM, of Claremont, a very old and widely known citizen. The cause was congestion of the lungs, following upon a severe cold. The deceased lady was the widow of Mr. DAVID GRAHAM, of the old Derry firm of Graham and McCrae. She was the daughter of the late ARCHIBALD McCRAE, of Argrey, and had resided in the city for close upon half a century. Her death removes a connection between the present and the history of Derry in the earlier years of the present century. The interment takes place at Raymochy on Monday (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 22 1898

January 20, at her residence Claremont, ELEANOR, relict of the late DAVID GRAHAM, of this city, and youngest daughter of the late ARCHIBALD McCRAE, of Argrey, county Donegal (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 22 1898

At his residence, Carraghalane, Lifford, WILLIAM PINKERTON. [His remains will be removed for interment in Lifford Burying-ground on Monday 24th inst., at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 2 1898

January 31, at 15, Brook-street-avenue, Londonderry, JAMES CARTWRIGHT, late of the Royal Irish Constabulary, and nephew of the late Sergeant-Major GARDINER, V.C., of Lifford House, Lifford, county Donegal. His remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery this (Wednesday) morning, 2nd instant, at ten o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. The members of Masonic Lodge No. 640 are hereby notified to attend the funeral of our late brother, J. Cartwright, W.M. The brethren of the other city Lodges are also invited. JAMES BARR, P.M., Secretary Lodge 640 (Derry Journal)

February 3 1898

February 2, at his residence, Carrickmore, St. Johnston, WILLIAM BROGAN, aged 75 years. [Interment at Clonleigh tomorrow (Friday), 4th inst., at twelve o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 8 1898

At her residence, Post Office, Fazeley, Staffordshire, England, aged 66 years, ANNE McINTOSH HANCOX, aged 66 years, eldest daughter of the late JAMES SHARKIE, Esq., of Lifford and Donegal. “She has entered life eternal; we shall see her here no more” (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 22 1898

February 19, at his residence, Milsessagh, Ballindrait, ROBERT MACBETH, aged 55 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 16 1898

INQUEST AT LIFFORD. – On Monday Mr. JOHN S. WEIR, J.P., coroner, held an inquest in Mr. WM. HARTE’s, Lifford, touching the death of JOHN O’DONNELL, whose dead body was taken from the River Finn on Sunday. The deceased was eighteen years of age, and resided at Ballyfatton, Sion Mills. He was of weak intellect for some time past. He was last seen 21st January. The body was in an advanced stage of decomposition. Dr. Weir expressed the opinion that the body had been in the water about seven weeks. A verdict of death by drowning was returned (Derry Journal)

March 22 1898

March 21, at her residence, Murlog, REBECCA McDOUGALL, aged 63 years. [Her remains will be removal for interment in Clonleigh Graveyard on to-morrow (Wednesday), 23rd inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 12 1898

April 8, at his residence, Rossgier, JOHN SHEIL, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 19 1898

April 17, at Haw, Lifford, MARGARET ASH, aged 98 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 5 1898

May 2, at Tamnawood, SARAH WEIR, aged 16 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 7 1898

May 1, at Ballindrait, JAMES HEGARTY, infant son of SAMUEL and REBECCA PARKER, aged 4 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 17 1898

May 15, at Lifford Infirmary, CATHERINE, beloved daughter of WILLIAM McLAUGHLIN, Alt (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 18 1898

May 17, at his residence, Middle Gortfad, Castlefin, EADY TAYLOR, in his 80th year. His remains will be removed for interment in Kirkminister Graveyard to-morrow (Thursday), the 19th instant, at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this, the only intimation (Derry Journal)

August 31 1898

August 30, at her mother’s residence, Lifford, MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM SHARKIE. Interment in the family burying ground at Lifford to-morrow, (Thursday), 1st September, at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this intimation (Derry Journal)

September 26 1898

September 23, at his residence, Argrey Hill, REDMOND BOYLE, aged 66 years (Derry Journal)

October 13 1898

October 12, at Lifford, HENRY P., infant son of WILLIAM and CHARLOTTE SMITH, aged one year and three months. [His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Clonleigh to-morrow (Friday), the 14th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 10 1898

December 2, at his residence, Rossgier, JAMES McGINLEY, aged 44 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 14 1898

December 10, THOMAS SHARKIE, aged 59 years, Governor Military Prison, Kendal, Westmoreland, fourth son of the late JAMES SHARKIE, of Lifford and Donegal (Derry Journal)

January 6 1899

January 4, at Woodend, Strabane, JOHN WEIR, aged 64 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh today (Friday), the 6th instant, at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this, the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 27 1899

January 26, at her son’s residence, Inch Level, SARAH, relict of WILLIAM BUCHANAN, formerly of Gortinreagh, Argrey, aged 95 years. Funeral will leave Inch Level to-morrow (Saturday) morning at ten o’clock, and proceed via St. Johnston for interment in Raphoe Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

February 10 1899

February 7, at his residence, Mossbeg, Argrey, STEWART McKEMEY. His remains will be removed for interment In Raphoe Burying-ground to-day (Friday), the 10th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

February 17 1899

February 16, at Railway-road, Strabane, CATHARINE, beloved wife of JOHN CARLIN, G.N.R. Her remains will be removed for interment in Clonleigh Burying-ground to-morrow (Saturday), 18th instant, at half-past ten o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

February 20 1899

February 18, at Lifford, RICHARD ORMONDE BRISCOE, second son of the late GEORGE BRISCOE, Willmount, Pilltown, county Kilkenny. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), 21st instant (Derry Journal)

February 24 1899

MR. R. O. BRISCOE, LIFFORD. The funeral of Mr. R. O. BRISCOE took place at Lifford on Tuesday afternoon. The remains were borne from his late residence by former pupils of the Prior Schools and some of his personal friends. Mr. Briscoe had been one of the masters of the Prior Endowed School for about fifteen years, and during that time had endeared himself to all by his kind and gentle disposition. At the close of the service in the church the choir sang the hymn ”Rock of Ages”, Mrs. Gloster presiding at the organ. The Dead March in “Saul” was played as the coffin was borne from the church. The burial service was conducted by Rev. A. J. HUNTER and Rev. G. V. BRISCOE, brother of the deceased. Wreaths were sent from the following: Master and boys Prior School, mistresses and girls Prior School, Literary and Debating Society, Strabane; Mrs. HOLLIS, Miss BRENNAN, Miss L. BRENNAN, Miss PURDON, Miss HAMILTON and Captain and Mrs WHITE (Derry Journal)

March 1 1899

February 26, at Lifford, MAGGIE, dearly beloved wife of Constable NASH, R.I.C. (Derry Journal)

March 3 1899

February 26, at Tieroneil, ANDREW MEHAFFY, aged 75 years (Derry Journal)

March 15 1899

March 10, at his residence, Lifford, JOHN FORREST, aged 57 years (Derry Journal)

April 7 1899

April 14, at Craigadoes, WILLIAM MEHAFFY, aged 78 years. His remains will be removed for interment at Clonleigh to-day (Friday), the 7th instant, at eleven o’clock (Derry Journal)

May 23 1899

May 20, at his father’s residence, Lifford, OLIVER NORMAN, elder child of JAMES and JEMIMA AMANDA BRYSON, aged 2 years and 7 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 2 1899

May 30, at Ballindrait, ALEXANDER, son of MARGARET JANE and WILLIAM PATTERSON, aged 10 months. Scotch papers please copy (Derry Journal)

June 16 1899

June 13, at her husband’s residence Glencush, MARGARET, the beloved wife of JAMES MOORE. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Clonleigh Burying-ground to-day (Friday), the 16th instant at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

June 26 1899

June 22, at Ballindrait, JAMES, eldest son of JOHN and JANE MACBETH, aged 17 years (Derry Journal)

August 22 1899

August 19, at his residence, Ballindrait, JOHN PATTON, aged 32 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 31 1899

August 29, at his residence, Main-street, Strabane, GEORGE McCOSKER, jun. (son of EDWARD McCOSKER, Raphoe), aged 36 years – R.I.P. [His remains will be removed to the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Strabane, at eleven o’clock to-day (Thursday), 31st August, and from thence for interment in Clonleigh Abbey Burial-ground (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 16 1899

MILITARY FUNERAL. The funeral took place on Thursday of Mrs. LETITIA BROWN, Ballyshannon, aged twenty-seven, wife Sergeant-Instructor Musketry BROWN, and eldest daughter of the late Quartermaster-Sergeant ARTHUR, 5th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. The remains were brought from Ballyshannon to deceased’s old home, and interred in Lifford Burying-ground. The funeral cortege was followed by a large circle of friends from Strabane and Lifford. Rev. A. HUNTER spoke very feelingly in his address. Great sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband and four little children. The permanent staff accompanied the remains from the Rock Barracks, Ballyshannon, to the railway station. There were also several present at Lifford who acted as pall-bearers. Beautiful wreaths were sent by Mrs. Baillie, Ballyshannon; Miss EVANS, Ballyshannon; Misses J. and E. BRENNAN, Lifford; Mrs. HUTCHINSON and Mrs. CREIGHTON, Ballyshannon; the wives of the permanent staff sergeants, and the drummers 5th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 21 1899

September 19, at the residence of his father, Ballindrait, county Donegal, JAMES, only son of CHRISTOPHER MULRINE, aged 21 years. [Interred in Clonleigh Burying-ground to-day (Thursday), 21st inst., at 11 o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 2 1899

September 29, at his residence, Tober, county Donegal, ANDREW J. ELLISON, J.P. Interment in the family burying-ground, Clonleigh, to-day (Monday), the 2nd October, at two o’clock p.m. No flowers (Derry Journal)

October 13 1899

October 11, at her residence Rossgeer, ELIZA McGINLEY, in her 90th year. R.I.P. Her remains will be removed for removal for interment in the family burial ground, Clonleigh, this (Friday) morning, the 13th instant, at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

November 8 1899

November 6, at Lifford, Miss JANE MONTGOMERY, in her 99th year (Derry Journal)

November 10 1899

November 6, at Lifford, ALICE, the dearly-beloved daughter of the late Col-Sergeant GALLAGHER, aged 16 years (Derry Journal)

December 1 1899

November 30, at Lifford, ELIZABETH KEATLY, sen., aged 90 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground at Lifford to-morrow (Saturday), 2nd December, at twelve o’clock noon (Derry Journal)

December 29 1899

December 27, at the residence of her son (WILLIAM McCROSSAN), Ballindrait, ELLEN, mother of mother of WILLIAM McCROSSAN. R.I.P. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Churchminster, this (Friday) morning, 29th instant, at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 2 1900

January 1, at the Mullans, Ballindrait, MARION SMYTH, aged 22 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Clonleigh on to-morrow (Wednesday), 3rd instant, at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 6 1900

January 5, at her brother’s residence, Drumbuoy, Lifford, MARGARET CALDWELL, late of Ballindreat, aged 62 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Clonleigh, on Monday next, 8th inst., at twelve o’clock noon. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 6 1900

January 4, at her residence, Calhame, county Donegal, ANNE, relict of the late JOHN McLAUGHLIN, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 27 1899

January 26, at her son’s residence, Inch Level, SARAH, relict of WILLIAM BUCHANAN, formerly of Gortinreagh, Argrey, aged 95 years. Funeral will leave Inch Level tomorrow (Saturday) morning at ten o’clock, and proceed via St. Johnston for interment in Raphoe Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

January 30 1900

January 29, at the residence of his uncle, Dr. HENDERSON, R.N., Alexandra-street, Londonderry, CHARLES ROULSTON, solicitor, eldest son of Mr. DANIEL ROULSTON, Tober, Ballindrait, formerly of Londonderry, aged 43 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, (Cemetery) on to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, 31st inst., at eleven o’clock. No flowers] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 6 1900

February 2, at the residence of her son-in-law (JAMES BRYSON), Post Office, Lifford, JANE, relict of the late JAMES HUTCHINSON, formerly of Cumberland, England, and eldest daughter of the late JOHN RICHARDSON, Strews, county Tyrone, aged 85 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 10 1900

February 9, at his residence, Lifford, JOHN PURDON, aged 76 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Urney Burying-ground on Monday morning, the 12th inst. at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 10 1900

Drowned about 22nd December, 1899, THOMAS MARTIN. [Funeral will leave Mr. WILLIAM HOLMES’ residence, Ballybogan, Strabane, this (Saturday) morning, the 10th inst., at eleven o’clock. Interment in the family burying-ground, Stranorlar. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 13 1900

February 10, at her residence, Edenmore, MARY HOOD, aged 67 years. [Her remains will be removed for interment in the graveyard of Clonleigh to-day (Tuesday), 13th inst., at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 13 1900

February 11, at the residence of her nephew (Mr HOLMES), Rossgier, REBECCA SHAW, relict of the late WILLIAM SHAW. [Her remains will be removed for interment in Raphoe Burying-ground to-day (Tuesday), 13th inst., at one o’clock p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 13 1900

February 9, at Londonderry, Rev. WILLIAM McCREA, formerly of Ballindrait (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 27 1900

February 24, at his residence, Ballybogan, Lifford, JAMES WILSON, aged 79 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Donaghmore, this (Tuesday) morning, 27th inst., at eleven o’clock. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 15 1900

March 14, at his residence, Castle-street, Strabane, JOHN McANAW. [His remains will be conveyed to the Church of the Immaculate Conception at ten o’clock a.m. to-morrow {Friday), 16th inst., leaving the church at eleven o’clock for interment in Clonleigh Abbey Burying-ground. R.I.P. (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 9 1900

June 7, at Nazareth House, Londonderry, CATHERINE SHIELDS, late of Rosgier (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 23 1900

June 21, at his residence, Drumnahaw, Ballindrait, ALEXANDER HENDERSON, aged 92 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in Ballindrait Presbyterian Church Burying-ground on this day (Saturday), 23rd inst., at three o’clock p.m. Friends will please accept this the only the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 26 1900

July 25, at the residence of her son-in-law (Major CHARLES BRENAN, Lifford), CATHERINE FLORA, wife of the late JAMES SMITH, R.H.A., and last surviving daughter of the late JAMES McKILLIGHAN, surgeon 37th Regiment. [Funeral on to-morrow (Friday), 27th inst, at twelve o’clock noon.] (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 3 1900

July 25, at 1939, Waverley-street, Philadelphia, U.S.A., A. B. VAN BELLE, formerly of Lifford, county Donegal (Derry Journal)

September 29 1900

September 28, at Murlog, JAMES QUINTON, aged 84 years. [His remains will be removed for interment in the Graveyard of Clonleigh on Monday, 1st October, at ten o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation] (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 26 1900

November 23, at Tamnawood, MARY ANN WEIR, aged 82 years. Her remains will be removed for interment of the Graveyard of Clonleigh today (Monday), 26th instant, at eleven o’clock a.m. Friends will please accept this the only intimation (Derry Journal)

November 29 1900

November 25, at Lifford, ANN JANE, wife of GEORGE WALKER, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)