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McCausland Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1831-66
Personal announcements and notices extracted from the STRABANE MORNING POST, LONDONDERRY JOURNAL, LONDONDERRY STANDARD & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL

Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



STRABANE MORNING POST:

November 15 1831

NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE, that, from this date, I will not PAY any DEBT or DEBTS, MARTHA McCAUSLAND, otherwise MARTHA CUMMINGS, My Wife, shall contract. Dated at Strabane, this 12th day of November, 1831

ROBERT CUMMINGS

June 18 1833

POINTER DOG LOST

LOST in the neighbourhood of CASTLETOWN, in the Parish of Urney, on Friday, the 7th instant, a Rough Pointer Dog, of the Russian Breed, answers to the name of FRIGHT. Any person bringing him to Mr. McCAUSLAND’S of Castletown shall receive One Pound Reward. Should any Person be found having the Dog in his possession, after this Notice, he shall be prosecuted according to Law. June 14, 1833

May 24 1836

On the evening of Saturday the 14th inst. a violent assault was committed in Omagh, on one of the most estimable private gentlemen and impartial and upright magistrates of the county, ALEX. McCAUSLAND, ESQ. He was waylaid at the corner of Church-street, and much injured in the head by blows from a heavy stick, or some such weapon. No cause can be assigned for such a wanton outrage. A large reward has been offered for the apprehension of the offender. We will be glad to hear of his being brought to punishment



LONDONDERRY JOURNAL:

May 7 1839

Married in Gortin Church, on Wednesday 1st inst., by the Rev. Mervyn Wilson, the lady's brother, ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of Omagh, to JANE, second daughter of the late DANIEL WILSON, ESQ., of the same Place



LONDONDERRY STANDARD:

February 6 1839

Died in Omagh, on the 30th January, suddenly, at the house of her brother, ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., Elizabeth, wife of EDWARD HUNT, ESQ., C.C.P., and second daughter of the late MAJOR McCAUSLAND



LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

January 28 1843

Married January 17, at Cappagh Church, county Tyrone, by the Rev. Robert Dixon, the REV. WILLIAM S. CUTHBERT, to ANNE, third daughter of the late MAJOR McCAUSLAND, of the same county

February 18 1843

Married on the 14th inst., by the Rev. James Hill, MR. ROBERT McCAUSLAND, of Omagh, to MISS KLOPHEL, daughter of MR. W.C. KLOPHEL, professor of music, late of this City

April 6 1844

Birth: March 27th, at Fort Lodge, county Tyrone, the lady of ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of a son

September 19 1846

Birth: on the 13th inst., at Drumnakilly House, Omagh, the lady of ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of a daughter

September 13 1850

Birth: on the 4th inst., at Drumnakilly House, the lady of ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of a daughter

April 8 1853

Married on Thursday, 31st March, in Newtownstewart Church, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, MR. ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, of Moil, to MISS MARGARET McCONNELL, of Tattynure

August 27 1858

Died on the 13th inst., at Drumnakilly, county Tyrone, ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., J.P., aged 48 years

August 8 1862

Married July 16, in the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownstewart, by the Rev. Robert C. Donnell, assisted by the Rev. William Lynch, of Moyle, MR. JOHN McCAUSLAND, to MISS MARGARET McFARLAND, youngest daughter of JAMES MCFARLAND, ESQ., of Castletown

May 10 1864

Married April 24, in Cappagh Church, by the Rev. J.R. Scott, assisted by the Rev. James Lyons, A.M., Farist, MR. WILLIAM MARSHALL, Castleaddy, to ANNE, fourth daughter of JOHN McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of Dunbreen

October 16 1866

Married October 10, at Celbridge Church, by the Rev. Henry Johnston, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. James Gully, ALEXANDER McCAUSLAND, ESQ., of Drumnakilly, Omagh, to ELIZABETH ROSINA, eldest daughter of JOHN JOHNSTON, ESQ., of Rose Lawn, county Kildare




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