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Belfast Weekly News Extracts 1890- 1896

Transcribed & Compiled by Brian Magaoidh
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*Please note*- transcripts may contain errors as sometimes the ink or microfilm are difficult to read

Belfast Weekly News Extracts 1890- 1896
(missing friends and B.M.D's)
March 1 1890

 

Deaths:
ADDY: Feb 25 at his residence, 147 Old Lodge Road, Belfast. Edward Addy

BELL: February 26, at her late residence, Larchmount, Lisburn Rd, Ellen Bell, relict of late
Rev. John Bell, Clara, Tandragee.

BUCHANAN:  February 18 at Fintona, County Tyrone, Sarah, dearly loved wife of Finlay
Buchanan, aged 51 years.

IRWIN: At his fathers residence, Maurice Street, Springfield Belfast, James, youngest son of
James Irwin.

IRWIN: February 24, at her residence, 191 Napier Place, Sandy Row, Belfast. Mary Jane,
relict of the late David Irwin, formerly of Banbridge.

MAGEE: February 23, at 40 University Road, Belfast. Isabella, widow of the late James R.
Magee, Belfast.
 

      March 22 1890:

Deaths:
HAYDOCK: March 12, at Cornamuckla, Dungannon, James Haydock, aged 92 years.

MCCLURE: March 17, at the residence of her brother, John McClure, Ballyrickard, Comber,
Jane McClure.

MCCUNE: March 16, at his residence, 45 Beverley St, Belfast, after a short illness, W.J.T.McCune
 

      March 29 1890:

Deaths:
IRWIN: March 22, at her residence, Irish Street, Dungannon. Elizabeth Irwin, daughter of
the late Joseph Irwin, aged 51 years.

MULHOLLAND: March 22 at her residence , 28 Princes St, Belfast, Agnes, the dearly
beloved wife of Captain William Mulholland,(?) after a lingering illness.

RUTHERFORD: March 25, at the Rock, Annahilt, James Rutherford.

SHAW: March 20, at Ros-na-kil, Strandtown, Belfast. Martin, infant son of Martin Shaw.

 
      April 5 1890:

Births:
BOYD: March 28 at 19 Victoria Place, Belfast, the wife of J. St. Clair Boyd, M.D. of a daughter.

Deaths:
BELL: March 27 at Tullnewbank, Glenavy. Randal, beloved son of Jonathan Bell.

BENNETT: March 26, at his residence, Tullywest, Saintfield. John Magee Bennett, aged 34 years.

BOYD: March 28 at 28 Upper Townsend Street, Belfast, Alexander, youngest son of Alexander
and Susan Boyd.

      June 17 1893: Missing Friends:

CHARLES: Wanted, by Alexander Charles, 12 Huntington Place, Springburn Road, Glasgow,
information as to the whereabouts of Charles Williamson; Charles some time on the railway in
Marshall, Texas; last heard from in Dayton, Texas, in 1885.

GRIBBEN: Wanted information as to the whereabouts of Hugh Gribben and Thomas Gribben,
who left Mountstewart, County Down, Ireland, in the year of 1871, for America. Should this
meet the eye of any of their friends, or relatives who can communicate with them, something
will be heard of to their advantage on applying to G. Gribben, Crawfordsburn, County Down.

MULLIGAN: Wanted to know the whereabouts of either Jane, Margaret, or Matilda Mulligan
(formerly of Ashfield, Cootehill, County Cavan); last heard of at Cheatergay, Montreal, about
the year 1846. Information sought by their sister, Mary Ann Morrow, Belturbet, County Cavan.

PATTERSON: Wanted information as to the whereabouts of Samuel Patterson. Last address
(three years ago) Rockport and Scrieber, Ontario, Canada. Any information of him will be
thankfully  recived by Mrs Patterson, 16 Brennan St, Belfast. Canadian papers please copy.

POGUE: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Robert Pogue, who left Lurganbee, County
Monaghan Ireland, for America about twenty-six years ago, and got married to Letitia Baker,
Brooklyn; last heard of about twenty years ago; was railway conductor at New York, America.
Any information will be kindly received by his nephew William Pogue, Milltown, Benburb, Co.
Tyrone, Ireland.

SCOTT: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Jane Scott, who left her home at Greencastle,
near Belfast, five years ago. She was last heard of at Newry about two years ago. Any information
regarding her will be thankfully received by her anxious father, James Scott, Greencastle.

STEWART: John Moore, late of Enniskillen, Ireland, wants to know the whereabouts of his
cousin, Robert Stewart, farmer, late of  Bobycageon, British America. He left Bobycageon 16
years ago, and went to Walkerton, British America. Was in Walkerton when last heard from
13 years ago. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his cousin, John Moore,
67 Cleveland Street, South Shields, England. American papers please copy.

STEWART: Mrs E. Wilson, late of Enniskillen, Ireland, wants to know the whereabouts of her
cousin, Robert Stewart, farmer, son of Rebecca Baxter, late of Rebycagon, British America. He
left Rebycagon sixteen years ago, and went to Workington, British America. Was in Workington
when last heard from thirteen years ago. Any information of him will be thankfully received by
Mrs E Wilson, 15 Mile End Road, South Shields, England.
 

      July 15 1893: Missing Friends:

HARWOOD: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Frederick William Harwood, last heard of in
Belfast. Should this meet the eye of any of his friends or himself, would they communicate with
his brother, Thomas James Harwood, 33 Lochend  Cottages,Glengarnock, Ayrshire.

MULHOLLAND or COWAN: Wanted to know the address of friends or relatives of Mary
Mulholland or Cowan, who left Ballindery Ireland, about 40 years ago. Any information will be
thankfully received by her son, James Cowan, 154 North Woodside Road, Glasgow, Scotland.

MCILWRATH: Wanted to know the whereabouts of James McIlwrath; when last heard from
was stationmaster at Nepigon, Ontario, Canada. Information will be thankfully received by his
mother, Ann McIlwrath, 84 Joseph Street. American papers please copy.

SADDLER: Wanted, information concerning Thomas Sellers Saddler, formerly of  the 5th
Brigade(?) Guards, supposed to be travelling as stud groom with some circus. Any information
concerning his whereabouts , dead or alive, will be thankfully received by his wife, Agnes Sellers,
2 Miller Street, Shadehill, Manchester. American and Australian papers please copy.

SIMPSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Robert Simpson, his last address being New
Atlantic Hotel, 207 Montgomery Avenue, San Francisco, California. His parents and family are
most anxious to hear from him. Will he kindly communicate with his father, Robert Simpson,
Elandariff, Dunmore Post Office, Ballynahinch, County Down, Ireland. American papers
please copy.
 

      August 5 1893: Missing Friends:

CLARKE: Mrs Clarke, of Drum, Co Monaghan, is anxious to find the whereabouts of her two
sons, George and Joseph James. Last heard from George on 1st December, 1889, from 101
Plymouth Street, Jersey City, America, and from Joseph James on 3rd September, 1891, then
residing at 229 Bridge St, Brooklyn, New York.

FEENEY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of the sister of Wm. Feeney, maiden name Ann
Feeney, but now married, who left Derry for Philadelphia twenty seven years ago.-Wm Feeney,
11 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow.

LANG: James Lang, of East  London, South Africa, wishes to know the present whereabouts of
either of his brothers - David or Hugh Lang. Shall be glad to hear from any member of the family.

SMITH: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Thomas Smith. When last heard of, was living at
35 North Street, Anderston, Glasgow. Any information will be thankfully received by his brother,
Edward Smith, Newtown, Dundalk, Hackball Cross, Ireland.

M'KEE.- On the 15th of March a man named Thomas M'Kee was killed on one of the Street
Car Lines in Chicago. He has a sister and also a brother who is a Presbyterian minister, and still
another brother , who is a doctor, whom he left in County Antrim, near Belfast, when he went
into the Ship Yard at Whiteinch, by Glasgow, Scotland. The relatives to communicate with
People's Casulty Claim Adjustment Company, 145 Adams Express Building, 185 Dearborn
Street, Chicago, They may hear of something to their advantage.

PARK; Information wanted about Andrew Park, or Parks, who was born in the County Antrim
about 1745, and died in America in 1781. He seems to have been a weaver, probably engaged
in the weaving of linens and woollens in Antrim before he went to United States. Information as
to when he left Ireland, facts in connection with the name, or some information as to where the
matter could be looked up, will be thankfully received by John S Park, U.S. army, professor,
Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia.

RODGERS or WELSH: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Ellen Rodgers ( or Welsh) and
Mary Ann Rodgers, last heard of  in Montgomery Street, Bridgton, Glasgow, about four years.
Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by their mother, Mrs B. Spiers,
165 Back Street, Broxburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland; late of Drumlamph, Ireland.
 

      August 19 1893: Missing Friends:

BEATTIE: The father, mother, and sisters of Ellen Beattie, whose maiden name is Kingswell,
a native of Bembridge, Isle of Wight, wish to know where she at present is.  She left Bembridge
about two years ago, and was last heard of as being in Belfast. Any information will be thankfully
received by H.J.Dodd, 84 Fords Park Road, Canning Town, London, E.

BENNATT:-A friend wishes to know the whereabouts of Mr Thomas Bennatt; last heard of as
carrying on business of salesman in Kender Street, Queens Road, Peckham, London. If Mr
Bennatt or any of his friends who notice this would reply to 'A Friend , Belfast Weekly News,
Belfast' he would hear something to his advantage.

FINLEY: Mrs John Alexander Finley, 38 Villas Road, Plumstead ( late of Coleraine, Ireland), is
anxious to learn the address of the brothers, or other friends of her husband, who is at present in
bad health. Robert, when last heard of was living in Needham Street, Newry, and following the
business of coachbuilder; William, a cabinetmaker, has not been heard from since about seven
years ago, when he was residing with his mother in Jameson Street, Glasgow.

FITZSIMONS: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of William Fitzsimons, railway
worker, who left Belfast about two years ago; was last heard of at Washington Street, Jersey
City, New Jersey. Any informationabout him will be thankfully received by his mother, Mrs
Fitzsimons, 16(?) Arran Street, off Short Strand, Belfast.

LANG: James Lang, of East  London, South Africa, wishes to know the present whereabouts of
either of his brothers - David or Hugh Lang. Shall be glad to hear from any member of the family.

M'CAVITT: Bernard M'Cavitt, 7 Crossley Street, Mountpottinger, Belfast, would like to know
the whereabouts and hear from his brother John, who left Banbridge about the year 1859 or 1860,
for New York, while his brother  was with his regiment in India. If this should meet his eye will
he please write. American papers please copy.

M'KNIGHT: Sarah M'Knight ( maiden name Mahood) is sought by her brother James, 82
Cowlairs Road, Springburn Road, Glasgow. She was last heard of  about two years ago at
Mrs Brien's, 249 York Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.A. American papers please copy.

REILLY: Mrs Reilly, Glasgow, is desirous of knowing the address of her son Samuel, from whom
she has not heard for eleven years. His address at that time was Samuel Reilly, Jane Street, Fortitude
Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, and his occupation was that of road or surfaceman. Australian papers
please copy.

SAUNDERSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Saunderson, ironmoulder, who left
Belfast six years ago for Pittsburg; last heard of at Elizabeth Port, New Zealand. Any information
regarding him will be thankfully received by his mother Mrs Saunderson, 23 Valentine Street, Belfast.
 

      September 2 1893: Missing Friends:

DAVIS or HARDING: James Davis, Pond Park, Lisburn, Ireland would like to hear from some
of his friends in America or Australia, Davis or Harding, friends of his father, who left Ireland
many years ago; his father's name was Edward, and his mother's name was Eliza, her maiden
name being Butler, of Gorey, County Wexford; cousins, Mary and Anne Harding. Anne got
married to Edmund Wright, in Australia, and they heard from at the gold diggings. Inquirer had
a letter from Mrs Wright thirty years ago in Dublin; her address was Sidney or New South Wales.
He will be thankful for any information  at the above address. American and Australian papers
please copy.

EDMONSON: Margaret Edmonson, 35 James Street, Woolwich Common, Kent, would be glad
to hear of her brother-in-law, William Edmonson, who left Enniskillen, Ireland, for Australia.
Last heard of 40 years ago.

FISHER: Annie Ross, or M'Gill, would like to know the whereabouts of either John, James or
Bella Fisher. They are all supposed to be in or near the town of Belfast. Inquirer had a letter
from John, and two were sent in answer to it. Should this notice be seen by them or any friend
would they or them kindly communicate with address below. John Walter M'Gill, Bell Street,
Calton, Glasgow.

FITZSIMONS: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of William Fitzsimons, railway
worker, who left Belfast about two years ago; was last heard of at Washington Street, Jersey
City, New Jersey. Any information about him will be thankfully received by his mother, Mrs
Fitzsimons, 16 Arran Street, off Short Strand, Belfast.

LAVERY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Elizabeth Ellen Lavery, who left Belfast for
America about three years ago; one address was Brooklyn Truant Home, New York; her last
address, Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. Any information will be kindly received by either of her
anxious sisters- Martha Fisackerley, or Sarah Orr, 25 Railway Street, High Walker,
Newcastle-Upon -Tyne, England. American papers please copy.

MCQUILLAN or JOHNSTON: Any information regarding James McQuillan, or Johnston, who
sailed from Waterfoot, County Antrim, Ireland, in the ship Margaret Johnston to England in May,
1881, and last heard of nine years ago, in Glenravel, his native place, will be thankfully received
by his mother Margaret M'Quillan, Cargan, Glenravel, by Ballymena, County Antrim. American
and Australian papers please copy.

REILLY: Mrs Reilly, Glasgow, is desirous of knowing the address of her son Samuel, from
whom she has not heard for eleven years. His address at that time was Samuel Reilly, Jane Street,
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, and his occupation was that of road or surfaceman.
Address, Mrs Reilly, care of C.A.Wilkie, Bookseller, 27 Stevenson Street, Glasgow. Australian
papers please copy.

SAUNDERSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Saunderson, ironmoulder, who left
Belfast six years ago for Pittsburg; last heard of at Elizabeth Port, New Zealand. Any information
regarding him will be thankfully received by his mother Mrs Saunderson, 23 Valentine Street, Belfast.

SHAW: Emily Martha Shaw, who was last heard from when living with the Misses Carson,
Westmoreland Street, Belfast, is sought by her brother William, whose address is Hilliard House,
Rat Portage(?), Ontario, Canada
 

      Oct 28 1893: Missing Friends:

ANDREW DAVID LITTLE, Lisniskea, is anxious to get information concerning his uncle,
William Andrew, labourer, or his cousin, John Andrew, each formerly of Glasgow, having landed
in Melbourne, William was a member of the Foresters Society, and obtained a transfer from the
Gasgow Branch.

CLARKE: Mrs Clarke, of Drum, Co Monaghan, is anxious to find the whereabouts of her two
sons, George and Joseph James. Last heard from George on 1st December, 1889, from 101
Plymouth Street, Jersey City, America, and from Joseph James on 3rd September, 1891, then
residing at 229 Bridge St, Brooklyn, New York.

CRANGLE or DICKSON: Information is sought regarding the whereabouts of Henry Crangle, jun.,
son of Henry Crangle, sen., and Bessie Dickson. Last heard of in Lisburn about ten years ago.
Information thankfully received at 40 James Street, or 1 Galway Court, Belfast

 
      Nov 4 1893: Missing Friends:

KEARNEY or DUNSEATH: Wanted to know the address of Mrs Kearney or Dunseath. When
last heard of was residing in London. Would she please write to her sister, Jane Alexander, 58
East Street, Belfast, who is very ill. English papers please copy.

REA: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of John Rea, native of Moneymore,
County Derry, Ireland. Last heard of in the States of America; he was trading on river, and
was stewart on a steamboat. His sister Margaret Rea, or Mrs Dunn would be glad to hear of
him, either dead or live.- 88 Cowcaddens, Glasgow.
 

      November 11 1893: Missing Friends:

GARDINER: Thomas Gardiner, 19, single, Furnace Hill, Berryhill, Wisham, Scotland, wished the
address of his brother, Wm. Gardiner. He was a soldier in H.M.'S 79 Q.O.Cameron Higlanders, in
which he served for twenty one years; he left at Glasgow, and went to Ireland; last address at the
Castle, Castleblayney, County Monaghan, Ireland, in 1886.- Any information regarding him would
be thankfully received at the above address.

MOORE: Robert Mooreis anxious to get information about his son, Robert Moore, who left
Islandtaggart, in the parish of Killyleagh, County Down, about seven years ago last May. When last
heard of he was in Hamilton, in Canada.- Robert Moore, 8 Ashvale Row East, Cowlairs, Springburn, Glasgow.

M'GARRITY: Information waned regarding the whereabouts of Francis Joseph M'Garrity, aged
fourteen years, who left his fathers home in Greenock, Scotland, about fourteen months ago, and
went to Derry. Supposed to be hired somewhere in the North of Ireland. Any information regarding
him will be thankfully received by his parents  Robert and Agnes M'Garrity, 24 Union Street, Greenock.

MCMULLEN: Wanted, the whereabouts of John M'Mullen and sons, Robert and Edward, of County Cavan, who left Ireland about thirty years ago. Supposed to have gone to America. Also his daughter, Barbara, who went to Boston about eight years ago. Last heard from Wesley Hills, near Boston:-
Walter M'Mullen, 61(?) Oldfield Street, St Helens, Lancashire.

REA: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of John Rea, native of Moneymore, Co Derry, Ireland. Last heard of in the States of America; he was trading on river, and was stewart on a steamboat. His sister Margaret Rea, or Mrs Dunn would be glad to hear of him, either dead or live.- 88 Cowcaddens, Glasgow.

SHERRIFF: Information wanted as to the whereabouts of Miss Mary Sherriff, who left Cananda about two years ago, and came to Great Britain. She is about twenty-one years  of age, medium height, dark hair, rather good looking, and one finger missing off left hand. Any information regarding the
whereabouts thankfully received by J.J. Moore, 67 Cleveland Street, South Shields, England.

 

      November 18 1893: Missing Friends:

BECKETT: Alexander Beckett wishes the address of his brother John, or his son William John. Last heard of in New York. Any information about him will be thankfully received by Alexander Beckett, Clayshant, Stoneykirk, by Stranraer.

DOHERTY: Information would be gladly received of Henry Doherty, who went to Queensland about
30 years ago; last heard of about 18 years ago; was then servant to Sir James Cockles, Governor of the island. Any information would be thankfully received by his sister, Mary Doherty, at Mr John Bradley's, Portrush, Ireland.

DOHERTY: Andrew Doherty, aged twelve years, No. 80(?) Abyssinia Street, Belfast, left his home
24th August 1893. Last seen in Dunville Park, Falls Road. Description-dark, sallow complexion, dark brown eyes; wearing corduroy knickernockers, navy blue coat and vest and cap, black stockings, and laced boots with shods, dickey, and no tie, stripped cotton shirt. Information will be gratefully received
by his sorrowing mother at above address.

HALL: Robert Hall, Killynamph, Lisnaskea, is anxious to obtain information concerning his brother George, who left Ireland about the year 1854, for Australia, and was last heard of in September, 1881.
He was then residing near Tongala, P.O., Echtuca, Victoria.

M'GARRITY: Information waned regarding the whereabouts of Francis Joseph M'Garrity, aged
fourteen years, who left his fathers home in Greenock, Scotland, about fourteen months ago, and
went to Derry. Supposed to be hired somewhere in the North of Ireland. Any information regarding
him will be thankfully received by his parents  Robert and Agnes M'Garrity, 24 Union Street, Greenock.

REA: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of John Rea, native of Moneymore, County Derry, Ireland. Last heard of in the States of America; he was trading on river, and was stewart on a steamboat. His sister Margaret Rea, or Mrs Dunn would be glad to hear of him, either dead or live.- 88 Cowcaddens, Glasgow.

SHOOTER or TIPPING: Mrs Judge, Townhead Street, Old Cumock, desires address of Mrs James Shooter (or Tipping). Last heard of in Old Anglewood, Victoria, Australia, twenty-seven years ago.

WHITE: Samuel White, a deaf and dumb boy , middling stout, fair complexion, aged about 17 years,
able to read and write; left his home at Fallagherin, Ballygawley, County Tyrone, some eight or ten days ago; last heard of at Castlederg, County Tyrone. Any information respecting his whereabouts would be thankfully received by his father, Wm. White, Fallagherin, Ballygawley, County Tyrone.
 

      Dec 30 1893: Missing Friends:

ASH: John Ash, of Harrington, Cumberland, England, would be glad to find his daughter, Mary Ash,
who left her home in September last to go to Canada to her brother. Please send present address.

BONAR: William Bonar, Clonkeen, Randalstown, would like to know the address of John Bonar, who left Clonkeen, Randalstown, in 1882, for America. Last heard of in 1887, when he lived in Randolph Street, Chicago, after which it is believed he left for Australia. American and Australian papers please copy.

BROWN: Information wanted regarding the whereabouts of Samuel Brown, hairdresser and wigmaker; for some time in New York. Last heard of about three years ago living at 1,010, Sanson Street, Philadelphia. Communications thankfully received by his mother, Ellen Blair, 114 Crimea Street, Belfast. American papers please copy.

DAVIDSON: Information wanted of Charle Davidson, U.S.A., formerly of Belfast. Last heard of about twelve years ago, at Omaha, Nebraska, engaged in the pork business. Supposed to have run a meat market at Cottage Grove, near Chicago. Intelligence of the above will be thankfully received by A.E.Stephenson, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin.

DAVIS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Alexander Davis, formerly of the 53rd(?) Shropshire
Light Infantry. When last heard of three years ago he had just been discharged from the B.Company
of the 21st Infantry Regiment at Fort Sydney, Nebraska, U.S.A.. Any information will be thankfully received by his father George Davis, Feroy(?), Carlind(?) P.O. Dungannon, or J.A.Barlowe, Stewartstown.

DIXON: Wanted the address of Joseph Alexander Dixon, who left Belfast ten years ago for Canada,
and last heard of when in the employment of Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Winnipeg,
Manitoba. Any information will be thankfully received by his anxious parents;- D.Dixon, 3 Agincourt Street, Belfast. Canadian papers please copy.

OSBORNE: Mrs Hawthorne ( Maiden name Ann Sewell) 129 Lawnbrook Avenue, Belfast, wishes
to know the whereabouts of her aunt, Deborah Osborne (maiden name Deborah Sewell) who left Ballymacateer, County Down Ireland, about 45 years ago.Last heard of living in Massashussetts, U.S.A.about 30 years ago. American papers please copy.

TYRRELL: Left his home on Tuesday the 5th December, a boy, aged 14 years: fair complexion;
dressed in corduroy knickerbockers; black  jacket and vest; navy blue  cap. Any information will be thankfully received by John Tyrrell, Ballycarl, Carnmoney.

WOODS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Anne Woods, who left Brankhill, Arva, Co Cavan, Ireland, about forty or forty-five years ago, and went to America; was last heard from twenty six years ago, then living in Toronto, Upper Canada. Also her sisters, Rachael and Jane,of same place. Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by their sister, Elizabeth Woods, or Elliott, Annaghmore, Leggakelly P.O., Belturbet, County Cavan.
 

April 6 1895: Missing Friends:

ALLEN: William Allen left Belfast and went to Glasgow. When last heard of was living in
Mecehenie Street, in that city. If any of his family sees or hears of this, they are requested to
write to Sarah Martin (maiden name Sarah Allen), Ballymagarrick, Drumbo, by Lisburn, Ireland.

ALLEN: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Allen; when last heard of, six years ago, he
was working with Charles Philpot, Nerany, Brisbane, Queensland. His father, Thomas Allen,
Derymacfull, Portadown, County Armagh, Ireland would be glad to hear any information
concerning him.

AUSTIN: Margaret Eliza Mary and Betsy Ann Austin left Tandragee, Ireland, about 30 years ago.
When last heard of, 20 years ago, they were at Melbourne. Any information regarding them will be
thankfully received by their nephew, John Austin, 14 Gordon Street, Whiteinch, Glasgow,Scotland.

KINCAID: Will anyone knowing the whereabouts of Maggie Kincaid, factory worker, formerly of
Cookstown, last heard of in Belfast about four years ago, please communicate with her brother,
William Kincaid, No. 5, Alexander Street, Airdrie, Scotland?

STENSON: William Drennan, 14 Robb Street, Springburn, Glasgow, wished to know the
whereabouts of Hans Stenson, farmer who left Comber, County Down, Ireland, about forty
years ago; last heard of in Wakefield, Ottawa, Canada. American papers please copy.

THOMPSON: Frederick Warren Thompson, left Belfast twenty-six years ago. When last heard
from his address was 22 Fulton Street, New York. Any information concerning him will be very
thankfully received by his sister, Anna Maria Thompson, 85 (?) Denmark Street, Belfast.
American papers please copy.

WALKER: Margaret Page (nee Walker), who left Lurgan, County Armagh, about 1860, would
be glad to hear from her sister Mary or her brother John, or from any friend, of her family's
whereabouts.-Address St Olave's Infirmary, Rotherhithe, London.

 
      Feb 16 1895:
Marriages:

ROBINSON - MURTAGH: February 6, by special license, at the residence of the bride's father, 15
Great Victoria Street, Belfast, by the Rev. S.E.Busby, D.D, Rector of St Andrews, Robert Robinson, only son of the late William Robinson, Portaferry, to Elizabeth A.(Lizzie) eldest daughter of Mr
Edward Murtagh, Belfast and Cavan.

SMITH - MUNCE: February 7 at Regent Street Presbyterian Church, Newtownards, by Rev. James Salters, M.A., Nathaniel K. Smyth, Carlow, to Sarah, eldest surviving daughter of Robert Munce,
Court Street, Newtownards.

WILSON - M'KEE: February 7 qt York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Law Wilson,
Kemlo R. Macdougall Wilson, M.D, L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S., Edin. &tc., to Matilda , widow of the
late D. M'Kee, Esq.

Deaths:

ADAMS: February 10, at Seymour Street, Ballymoney, Jame Adams, aged 77 years.

AGNEW: February 8, at the residence of Robert Irvine, 30 Mount Street, William Agnew, aged 82 years.

BEATTIE: February 9, at 8(or 3 ?) Fleetwood Street, of congestion of the lungs, Thomas, eldest son
of Joseph Beattie, Ballycrune, Annahilt.

CAMPBELL: February 8, at 3 Argyle Crescent, Springfield Road, James Stevenson, youngest son of William and Agnes Campbell.

CARMICHAEL: February 8, at Stormont, Ballygomartin, Georgina, only daughter of the late T.S. Carmichael.

CARSON: February 5, at his late residence, James Carson, Ballyward, Castlewellan, County Down.

CARSON: February 7, Elizabeth (Bessie) sister of the late James Carson, Ballyward, Castlewellan, County Down.

CASTLES: Robert Castles, Derrylaughlin, Loughgall, aged 81 years.

COSGROVE: February 12, at his residence, Avenue Road, Lurgan, Samuel Cosgrove, aged 76(?) years.

CRUDEN: February 10, at the residence of his father, 71 Yarrow Terrace, Crumlin Road, Stewart, second eldest son of Chas. S. and Cath. Cruden, aged 26 years.

DAWSON: February 5, at Guyaquill(?), S.America, Thomas Dawson, of Lima, son of the late
William Dawson, M.D., Dungannon.

DRUMMOND: February 8, at her residence Niblock, Agnes Drummond, the beloved daughter of
Eliza Drummond, aged 16(?) years.

FEE: February 9, at his residence , 3 Beechpark Street, Belfast, William Fee.

GRAY: February 7, at his mothers residence, 74 William Street, Lurgan, Robert Knox, youngest son
the late M.G.Gray.

GROGAN: February 6(?), at 10(?) My Ladys Road, Belfast, Mary, widow of the late Charles Grogan, aged 84 years.

HEWITT: February 9 , 1895, at Legmore, Moira, Charlotte, the dearly beloved wife of William Hewitt, aged 82 years.

HUGHES: February 13, at his residence, 14 Argyle Street, James Hughes.

JENKS: February 5, at Curran Lodge, Larne Harbour, John Jenks, Veterinary inspector, Privy
Council, Dublin Castle.

KEITH: Febraury 8(?) at her residence, 5 Linfield Street, Isabella , relict of the late Samuel Keith, Belfast.

KERR: February 12, at her residence, 69(?) Peters Hill, Belfast, Agnes, relict of the late Thomas Kerr.
 
KERR: February 9, at the residence of his brother-in-law, James Morrison

January 18 1896: Missing Friends:

ANDERSON: Wanted, to know the whereabouts of Ann, Mary or Richard Anderson, who
left Dungannon, Co Tyrone, Ireland, bout 40 years. Ann Anderson's married name Wilkinson;
oldest son named Andrew. American papers please copy.

BALLANTINE: If Wm. Jas. Ballantine, a painter, formerly of Armagh, sends his address to
J Greer, Farmeyvale(?) Sydney, he will hear of something to his great advantage, as there is a
large sum of money waiting for him as soon as he can send particulars of identity, also mother's
maiden name and date of death.

BARRON: Robert Barron, son of Samuel Barron and Nancy Barron, otherwise Crawford, of
Kilcrowe(?) County Antrim; went to America about 1851; wrote to his parents from Waterford,
Canada West, in 1851, that he was going to Michigan to buy land; is entitled to legacy, and
should communicate with Black,  Solicitors, Belfast, Ireland.

BARRON: Samuel Barron, son of Samuel Barron and Nancy Barron, otherwise Crawford, of
Templepatrick, County Antrim; emigrated to America about 1864; supposed to have been in the
band of one of the regiments of the Northern Army ; is entitled to legacy, and should communicate
with Black,  Solicitors, Belfast, Ireland..

BREWSTER: Wanted information regarding Charles Brewster; he was last heard of as chaplain
at the American War. Any news about him will be gladly received by his brother , James Brewster,
Landhead, Ballymoney, Co Antrim.

BUTLER: Wanted to know the  whereabouts of James Butler, who left Manchester in 1891, and
was last heard of as working in a restaurant in Melbourne, Australia. Any information will be gladly
received by his brother, William Butler, 2 Fennel Street, Newton, Manchester. Australian papers
please copy.

HUTCHINSON: Mrs Eliza Hunter, 54 Sydney Street West, Belfast, wished to learn the where-
abouts of, or any information concerning, her sister, Anna Maria Hutchinson, a native of County
Monaghan, who left Belfast for New York. She was last heard of on 18th May, 1868, from 161,
Mill Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool.

MAGILL: Information wanted of the whereabouts of William Magill, son of the late Samuel Magill,
formerly of Bessbrook and Banbridge:- News thankfully received by Louis Magill, 8 Posnett Street,
Belfast.

MCCONVILLE: Mary McConville, otherwise Sayers, wife of George McConville, of Ballynahatty,
Shaws Bridge, Co Down; was at house of sister on Easter Monday, 1887, and was supposed to have
gone to Balmoral Station. Entitled to legacy, and should communicate with C.& J. Black, Solicitors,
Belfast.

Transcribed by- Brian Magaoidh
bmagaoidh@yahoo.com
[my ggfather John Savage, from Edendariff, married Sarah E Simpson in Belfast 1915. I am unsure if Sarah is connected to Robert Simpson,(her father  was James) but if anyone has information on them I would be glad to hear from you!...Brian]



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