Catholic parish of Donacavey
11 October 1866. Patrick CULLINAN, full age, bachelor, farmer, son of Arthur CULLINAN, farmer,
and Anne O'NEILL, full age, spinster, daughter of James O'NEILL, farmer.
Witnesses: Joseph DONNELLY, Jane DONNELLY.
Date partially blocked, but October 1866. James ARMSTRONG, full age, bachelor, merchant,
of Fintona, son of James ARMSTRONG, a farmer, and
Bridget DONNELLY, full age, spinister, of Fintona, daughter of James DONNELLY, a farmer.
Witnesses: Michael DONNELLY, John CASSIDY.
11 November 1866. Owen McGUIGAN, 20 yrs. bachelor, farmer of Cornamucklagh, son of Patrick
McGUIGAN, a farmer, and Mary McGIRR, full age, spinster, of Drumwhisker, daughter of Edward McGIRR.
Witnesses: Joseph McGIRR, James McGUIGAN.
Catholic Chapel of Donacavey
16 Novembeer 1866. Thomas TRAYNOR, full age, bachelor, servant, of Fintona, son of Lanty(?)
TRAYNOR, a farmer, and Alice MEEGAN, full age, spinster, servant, daughter of Bernard MEEGAN.
Witnesses: Alice McARDLE and Mary PHILLIPS.
1 December 1866. Neal McGUIGAN, full age, bachelor, farmer of Corbally, son of Henry McGUIGAN of
Corbally, and Anne CASSIDY, full age, spinster of Tonnaghbeg, daughter of John CASSIDY, of Tonnaghbeg.
Witneses: John MULLAN, Barnard CASSIDY.
Roman Catholic chapel of Dromore
26 November 1868. Henry McGUIGAN, full age, bachelor, farmer, of Letteree, son of James
McGUIGAN, a farmer, and Margaret LIVINGSTONE, 20, spinster, of Lettery, daughter of Andrew
Witnesses: Michael McGUIGAN, Margaret McGUIGAN.
28 November 1867. Patrick GALLAGHER, full age, bachelor, farmer of Menmore, son of John
GALLAGHER, a farmer, and Mary McGUIGAN, full age, spinster, of Letteree, daughter of James
McGUIGAN, a farmer.
Witnesses: Mary McGUIGAN, Thomas CASSIDY.
30 November 1867. William SLEVIN, 20 bachelor, farmer of Oughterard, son of Patrick SLEVIN,
a farmer and Sarah McGUIGAN, full age, spinster, of Oughterard, daughter of Patrick McGUIGAN.
Witnesses: Patrick McQUADE and Michael McCARREN.
Roman Catholic chapel of Omagh
6 October 1866. John GOODWIN, full age, bachelor, tailor, or Market St. Omagh, son of John
GOODWIN, tailor, and Mary DALY, full age, spinster, maid of Market St. Omagh, daughter of
Terrence DALY, butcher.
Witnesses: Francis BERGIN, Mary Ann BERGIN.
10 October 1866. James DONAGHEY, 25, bachelor, fowl dealer of Omagh, son of Bernard
DONAGHEY, a farmer, and Margaret McGOLRICK, 21, spinster, of Omagh, daughter of James
McGOLRICK, a coachman.
Witnesses: Mary DAILY, Own McGRANAHAN.
12 October 1866. John HACKET, 42, Widower, painter, of Omagh, son of John HACKET, a clerk,
and Martha WASSON, 30, spinster, servant, of Omagh, daughter of John WASSON, a farmer.
Witnesses: James McGOWAN, Con. McGRANAHAN.
26 October 1866. Patrick COLLINS, 42, bachelor, shoemaker, of Mullaghmore, son of Patrick
COLLINS, pensioner(?), and Susan EAGAN, alias CONNOR, 36, widow, spinster (sic) of Mullaghmore,
of Edward CONNOR, a laborer.
Witnesses: Alice McMANUS, Ann COLLINS.