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McFarland & McFarlane Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1825-69
Personal notices and advertisements 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:

July 12, 1825

Died on the 27th ult. aged twenty two years, MISS ISABELLA McFARLAND, daughter of ARMAR McFARLAND, Esq., of Straree. This amiable young lady bore, with pious resignation, her tedious illness with a firm reliance on the merits of her Saviour; awaited her dissolution without terror in happy tranquility and peace. Her worthy mother about six weeks ago paid the same debt of nature. This last calamity has added to the cup of woe another bitter ingredient. By her well-spent time, her piety and charity, she has secured to her possession that eternal “Inheritance which is laid up for us in Heaven.” In truth she was an affectionate friend, a valuable acquaintance. How painful and agonizing are those separations from our esteemed relations and friends! from all we hold most dear; but there is always something however to soften the affliction by the prospect of felicity in reversion, which the pious may hope for, and by the positive certainty of a recognition of friends in a better world with purer and more refined affections

January 17, 1826

Died on the 25th December ult. after a tedious illness of three years, which he bore with Christian patience, in the 81st year of his age, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, of Leardan, universally regretted. He was a man of a peaceable disposition. If disputes among his neighbours arose, he was always active in restoring peace, and he kept them often from wasting their money in litigious law suits. His well known disposition, famed for harmony and peace, brought with it its own reward. He died, as he lived, universally beloved, in the arms of his respectable family. His amiable conduct during a long life, makes all related to him acknowledge that he was an honour to his family and friends

November 6, 1827

Married on Tuesday last, by Rev. Mathew Clarke, MR. SAMUEL GOURLEY of Whiskey Hill to FRANCES, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND of Concess

January 20, 1829

Married by the Rev. Mathew Clarke, on Tuesday last, MR. JOHN JACK, of Meahey, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR. PATRICK McFARLAND, of Dergbrough, Upper Badony

March 16, 1830

TO BE LET,

For such term as shall be agreed upon, in lots from 100 to 500 Acres,

THAT part of Glenlark, lately in the possession of ANDREW McFARLAND and Partners, containing 2,737a 3r. Plantation Measure. This Land is situated in the County of Tyrone and Barony of Strabane, about 4 miles from Gortin and 10 from Omagh:

Proposals to be sent (if by letter post paid,) to THOMAS DISNEY, ESQ. Jun. 4, Westland-row, Dublin, or left with MR. CAMPBELL at Beltrim, who will show the Lands or give any information that may be required.

As Security will be looked for, none but those of undoubted solvency need propose.

N. B. --- The Lots to the number of 27 are marked with figures, and each Proposal should specify the number of the Lot or Lots proposed for

August 30, 1831

MINIATURE, LIKENESS, AND PROFILE PAINTING

A. McFARLAND

BEGS leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general of Strabane and its Vicinity, that he has commenced the above Business for a short time only, in MR. A. BLAIR’S, Main-street, where he has a comfortable Drawing-room to meet those who may please to honour him with a Visit ; and, from the knowledge he has gained at the Master-School, Edinburgh, in the various Branches of the Art, and moderate charges, he hopes to merit public patronage.

Strabane, August 23, 1831

February 11, 1834

Married yesterday evening, by the Rev. A. P. Goudy, Presbyterian Minister of this town [Strabane], MR. McFARLAND of Omagh, Saddler, to REBECCA, eldest daughter of MR. ARCHIBALD McCREA, of this town, Saddler

December 29, 1835

Married on the 12th inst. MR. ALEXANDER BROWN of Maghrigar, to ISABELLA JANE, daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, of Concess

May 31, 1836

Died at Concess, in the parish of Ardstraw, after a lingering illness, which he bore with the most pious resignation to the Divine will, MR. JOHN McFARLAND. He was a man universally respected by all who had the pleasure of knowing him, and died deeply regretted by a numerous circle of acquaintances

August 16, 1836

Died at his residence in Colvahillion, near Gortin, on Sunday, the 7th instant, JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., aged 53. He was appointed sergeant of the Gortin cavalry at their establishment, in his 15th year, by the request of the gallant Colonel, COLE HAMILTON, grandfather of A. W. COLE HAMILTON, ESQ. of Beltrim. His remains were taken on Tuesday to the graveyard of Newtownstewart accompanied by a very large concourse of his respectable friends and surviving relatives, who seriously lamented the loss of such a member of Society, and deposited in the tomb of his deceased parents

October 4, 1836

Died on the 10th ult. at his residence in Straree, ARMOR McFARLAND, ESQ. aged 84. He was a man of the strictest integrity, and held in the highest esteem by all who knew him



LONDONDERRY JOURNAL:

January 26, 1830

Died suddenly, on the night of the 12th instant, by a fall from his horse, JOHN McFARLAND ESQ., of Drumlea, first Lieutenant Loyal Gortin Yeomanry. His remains were attended to the grave by the corps he long commanded and by a most numerous concourse of his late neighbours and friends



LONDONDERRY STANDARD:

July 23, 1839

Married on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Moore, Presbyterian Minister of Glenally, Parish of Badoney, THOMAS KNOX, ESQ., of Balaskey, Parish of Leck, to MISS REBECCA JANE, third daughter of JOSEPH McFARLAND, ESQ., of Leardan near Gortin, in the county Tyrone

May 19, 1841

Married on Thursday morning last, in the Cathedral [Londonderry], by the Rev. James Graham, MR. WILLIAM WEBSTER, late of Belfast, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of ALEXANDER McFARLAND, ESQ., Letterbratt, county Tyrone

August 4, 1841

Died on the 19th ult., at the advanced age of 91 years, CATHERINE, relict of the late JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., of Leardan, near Gortin

August 18, 1841

Married on Tuesday, 10th inst., at the house of her father, by the Rev. Mr. Hemphill, Presbyterian Minister of Gortin, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, of Letterbratt, to MISS CAMPBELL, daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of said Place

February 27, 1846

Married on the 13th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Newtownstewart, by the Rev. J. McCarter, MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, Glencoppaga, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES McFARLAND, of Carnaveagh, county Tyrone

May 29, 1846

Died in Sydney [N.S.W., Australia], on the 28th November last, MR. CLAUDIUS McFARLAND, brother of MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, of Ficarry, near Omagh, aged 25 years

November 8, 1849

Married on the 31st ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. John Armstrong, MR. JOHN JOHNSTON, Killin, Drumquin, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of MR. THOMAS McFARLAND, Kilklean

January 25, 1843

Died on the 20th inst., at the residence of her brother in law, MR. GEORGE McFARLAND, Aldohill, to which place she had gone on a visit, FANNY, aged 28, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, Omagh, merchant, deeply and deservedly regretted

September 20, 1843

Died on the 12th inst., aged 68 years, MR. JOSEPH McFARLAND, of Leardin, near Gortin, county Tyrone, he was a loving husband, and a tender parent, obliging neighbour

May 29, 1844

Died at Lifford [Co. Donegal], on Thursday May 23rd, aged 67 years, ISABELLA, the relict of the late JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., of Strabane

October 25, 1849

Died at Ballycolman, Strabane, on the 15th inst., MR. JOHN McFARLAND, aged 55 years

 

 

LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

February 19, 1831

Died on Sabbath, the 13th inst., MISS MARGARET McFARLAND, youngest daughter of the late JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., of Leardon

December 10, 1831

Died on the 21st ult., MRS. JOSEPH MATHEWSON, of Minniduff, daughter of the late JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., of Leardan

March 14, 1835

Died at Learden, near Gortin, on the 26th ult., in the 81st year of her age, MRS. McFARLAND, relict of the late WILLIAM McFARLAND, ESQ.

October 1, 1836

Died on the 10th ult., at his residence in Straree, ARMOR McFARLAND, ESQ., aged 84. His remains were followed to the graveyard at Newtownstewart by above two hundred of the most respectable persons of the parish

September 2, 1837

Married on 22nd inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hemphill, the REV. JOHN MOORE, Presbyterian Minister, Glenelly, to MARGARET, daughter of MR. JOSEPH McFARLAND, Learden, near Gortin

February 2, 1839

Married on the 24th ult., by the Rev. S. Smyth, MR. JAMES SMYTH, Cock Hill [Co. Donegal?], county Derry, to JANE, daughter of MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, of Kilcam, county Tyrone

August 7 1841

Married on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. W.S. Hazlitt, Sixmilecross, MR. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, to MAGDALENE, daughter of MR. JAMES McFARLAND, both of Brackagh, near Omagh

April 30, 1842

Married on the 1st inst., in Fintona New Church, by the Rev. Mr. Marshall, JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., merchant, Sixmilecross, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR. WILSON, ESQ., of Tonnagh Cottage, near Fintona

July 16, 1842

Died on Thursday, the 7th inst., at Kilclean, Castlederg, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, aged 106 years. The remembrance of the departed will be long cherished by all who knew him

August 31, 1844

Married on the 22nd inst., by the Rev. Matthew Clark, Ardstraw, MR. DUNCAN McFARLAND, of Drumduff, to ANNE, eldest daughter of MR. CUNNINGHAM CALDWELL, Ratin

September 14, 1844

Died on Wednesday 28th August, at his father's residence, Kilclean, Castlederg, JAMES McFARLAND, aged 19 years

January 6, 1849

Died in Beragh, suddenly, on the 27th ult., MR. JAMES McFARLAND, merchant

January 20, 1849

Married on Wednesday, the 17th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Newtownstewart, by the Rev. William Alexander, MR. ANTHONY McFARLAND, of Aldohill, to CATHERINE JANE, only daughter of the late MR. BENJAMIN FULTON, Newtownstewart

March 31, 1849

Married on the 16th inst., in the Parish Church, Dromore, by the Rev. Mr. St. George, HENRY CALDWELL, ESQ., Killen, to SARAH, daughter of NEVIL McFARLAND, ESQ., Newpark

October 5, 1849

Married on Thursday, the 20th ult., HENRY RUTLEDGE, ESQ., near Castlederg, to ANNE, daughter of NEVILLE McFARLAND ESQ., near Dromore

January 11, 1850

Died on the 28th ult., in the 64th year of her age, MRS. E. McFARLAND, postmistress, Gortin

March 22, 1850

Died on the 16th inst, after a lengthened illness, ISABELLA, daughter of the late MR. JOHN McFARLAND, of Leardin, near Gortin

April 19, 1850

Married at Omagh Church, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. W.N. Thompson, HENRY, the second son of JOHN McKENNY, ESQ., of Omagh, to MARY ANNE, sixth daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, also of Omagh

August 2, 1850

Died on the 28th ult., in the 63rd year of his age, MR. ARMAR McFARLAND, of Leardin, near Gortin

August 9, 1850

Married on the 8th inst., by the Rev. John Moore, in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, MR. JAMES HOGG, Coltrim, Moneymore, to MISS MARY McFARLAND, of Leardin, Gortin

December 13, 1850

Died suddenly, on the 23rd ult., at his residence, Carnaveagh, near Newtownstewart, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, aged 57 years

January 31 1851

Married on Tuesday, the 28th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Gortin, by the Rev. Matthew Logan, JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of Lisnascraig, near Gortin, to JANE, daughter of SAMUEL DUNN, ESQ., of same Place

February 21, 1851

Died on Sunday, the 12th ult., aged 53 years, MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, of Liscable, near Newtownstewart

June 13, 1851

Died at Legatigle, near Fintona, on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., JAMES, the third son of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, aged 22 years

October 8, 1852

Died September 28, at Gortin, county Tyrone, aged 60 years, after a long and lingering illness, MR. CHARLES McFARLAND, a kind husband and an affectionate and indulgent parent. His remains were conveyed to the family burying ground in Gortin old churchyard

November 25, 1853

Married on the 10th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Badoney, by the Rev. Thomas Johnston, JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., of Leardin, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of ANDREW McFARLAND, ESQ., of Colvahullion, near Gortin

December 23, 1853

Married at Cappagh Church, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Redcliffe, JOHN JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., Mountjoy, to JANE, eldest daughter of the late CHARLES McFARLAND, ESQ., of Gortin

January 13, 1854

Died on Thursday, the 5th inst., at Lisnacraig, near Gortin, MARY ANN, relict of the late JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., aged 77 years

May 26, 1854

Married in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, on the 23rd inst., by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, Drumduff, to JANE, daughter of MR. CUNNINGHAM CALDWELL, Ratin

July 10, 1855

Married on the 5th July, in the Newtownstewart Church, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, MR. ANDREW WILSON of Aughacessy, to MISS MARGARET JANE McFARLAND, of same Place

August 17, 1855

Married on Thursday, the 9th inst., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. John Armstrong, WILLIAM McFARLAND, ESQ., of Kilkeen Cottage, to ANNE JANE, the only daughter of GEORGE IRWIN, ESQ., Crievy House

November 2, 1855

Died on Thursday, the 25th ult., at Lisnascraig, near Gortin, MR. JOHN McFARLANE, of Londonderry, son of the late JOHN McFARLANE, ESQ., M.D., surgeon, 40th Regiment of Madras Native Infantry, and late of William Street, Londonderry, aged 20 years

November 16, 1855

Married on the 8th inst., in the Second Presbyterian church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Andrew Maxwell, A.M., MR. WILLIAM LYONS, Carnone, to REBECCA, fourth daughter of MR. JAMES McFARLAND, Whitehouse

November 23, 1855

Married on the 19th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Gortin, by the Rev. Francis McClure, the REV. MATTHEW LOGAN, Gortin, to MARY, the only daughter of MR. JAMES McFARLANE, Drumlea, near Gortin

December 7, 1855

Married on the 20th ult., at Edenderry Church, near Omagh, by the Rev. Mr. Weir, MR. JOHN WILSON, of Tattykeel, to ELIZABETH, second daughter of MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, Colvahullion, Gortin, and niece of MR. JOHN BUCHANAN, Killyclogher, near Omagh

June 13, 1856

Birth: at Kilcleen, near Castlederg, on the 4th inst., the wife of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, of a son

August 15, 1856

Died on the 31st ult., at Liscable, Newtownstewart, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, aged 65 years

September 19, 1856

Married on the 4th inst., at Carrickmore Church, by the Rev. A. Christie, ROBERT KERR, ESQ., of Sess, to ISABELLA, the fifth daughter of the late MR. ALEXANDER McFARLAND, of Ballyballaghan, in the county of Tyrone

January 30, 1857

Died on the 14th inst., at Glencopaga, Plumbridge, MARY ANN, wife of MR. JOSEPH McFARLAND

February 27, 1857

Married in the Episcopal Church, Portage City, Columbia county, state of Wisconsin, America, on the 14th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Thompson, B.D., rector ,OLIVER P. WILLIAMS, ESQ., of Portage, to MARY ANNE, daughter of the HON. HUGH McFARLANE, of Portage, and formerly of Lisnacraig, Gortin, county Tyron

October 23, 1857

Died on the 4th inst., at Dunbreen, near Omagh, MARGARET, relict of the late MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, aged 80 years

November 27, 1857

Died at the house of her daughter, in Gortanigan, on the 22nd inst., ISABELLA, relict of the late Lieutenant JOHN McFARLAND, Drumlea, aged 66 years

December 11, 1857

Died on Wednesday week, after a short illness, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, for a long period the Court House Keeper of Omagh, aged 79 years

December18, 1857

Birth on Thursday, the 10th inst., at Lisnacraig, Plumbridge, the wife of JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of a son

January 22, 1858

Married on the 19th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, MR. ROBERT McFARLAND, to MISS ELIZA HAY, both of Drumnaspar, parish of Upper Badoney

May 28, 1858

Died on the 3rd inst., MRS. HEMPHILL, of Straw, near Newtownstewart, in the 84th year of her age. She was the eldest daughter of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, of Learden, who married MARIA, the eldest daughter of the late MR. ANDREW BUCHANAN, of Tattyreagh, near Omagh, and was the first cousin to the HON. JAMES BUCHANAN, now President of America

August 6, 1858

Married on the 27th ult., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. John Armstrong, WILLIAM CATHERS, ESQ., Beachmount, near Derry, to Elizabeth, daughter of MR. THOMAS McFARLAND, Kilkleen, Castlederg

September 23, 1859

Married September 1, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Andrew Maxwell, A.M., MR. MATTHEW McFARLAND, Aughnacloy, to MISS MARY BAIRD, of Derrygoon

December 23, 1859

Births: December 18, the wife of MR. JAMES McFARLAND, Innkeeper, Beragh, of twin daughters

March 30, 1860

Died at Concess, near Strabane, Isabella, relict of the late JOHN McFARLAND, ESQ., aged 86 years

June 8, 1860

Birth: June 4th, at Beagh, Omagh, the wife of JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of a son

January 18, 1861

Married on the 15th January, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. J.J. Porter, MR. WILLIAM O'NEILL, Castlewellan, to ISABELLA McFARLAND, the daughter of the late MR. ROBERT McFARLAND, Ballyhether

January 25, 1861

Married on the 17th January, at Strabane Church, by the Rev. George Craig, Rector of Aghanloo, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Alexander, Rector of Camus juxta Mourne, JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of Melmount, to LIZZIE, the eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM BOYD, ESQ., of Strabane

February 1, 1861

Married January 24, in the Second Ardstraw Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Andrew Maxwell, WILLIAM IRVINE McLAUGHLIN, merchant, Gortin, to MATILDA ANN, only daughter of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, of Aughasessy

March 1, 1861

Married February 22, in Clogherney Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph McAskie, MR. WILLIAM HAMILTON, Lislapp, to ELIZABETH JANE, second daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, Dumduff

December 20, 1861

Married November 21, in the Presbyterian Church of Corrick, by the Rev. Samuel Black, MR. CHARLES McFARLAND, youngest son of MR. JACK McFARLAND, Letterbratt, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR. SAMUEL STEEL, Meenaduff, near Gortin

January 10, 1862

Married December 19th, at Newtownstewart Church, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, JUN., Letterbratt, to REBECCA, only daughter of MR. JAMES FULTON, Drumahoe

January 31, 1862

Married September 25, 1861, in the British Consulate, Apia, Navigator Islands [Samoa], by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Gee, CHARLES McFARLAND, ESQ., merchant, Apia, second son of the late CHARLES McFARLAND, ESQ., Gortin, county Tyrone, Ireland, to MARY ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of JOHN C. WILLIAMS, ESQ., H.B.M. Consul for the Navigator Islands

April 4, 1862

Died March 25, at the residence of her son, Leardin, near Plumbridge, Parish of Upper Badony, SARAH, relict of the late MR. JOSEPH McFARLAND, aged 78 years

April 25, 1862

Died April 20, at his residence, Letterbratt, near Plumbridge, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, aged 57 years

June 6, 1862

Married May 29, in the Presbyterian Church, Gortin, by REV. JOHN McFARLAND, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Logan, MR. WILLIAM CRAWFORD, Droit, to MARGARET, daughter of MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, Colvahillian, Gortin

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

August 8, 1862

Married July 29, at the Parish Church, Clougherny, by the Rev. Arthur Young, MR. THOMAS GALLAGHER, Redergan, near Beragh, to ANNIE, only daughter of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, Eskermore, near Beragh

August 22, 1862

Married August 13, in the Parish Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. Mr. Colthurst, WILLIAM McFARLAND, ESQ., Aughafad, to MISS MARY ANN SMITH, of Ballinamallard, near Donemana

September 5, 1862

Died July 14, at Portage City, State of Wisconsin, America, SARAH, wife of HUGH McFARLANE, ESQ., of that city, and formerly of Lysnascraig, near Gortin, Tyrone

September 5, 1862

Birth: August 31, at Thornhill, Omagh, the wife of JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of a daughter

January 23, 1863

An inquest was held on the 16th inst., by WILLIAM O. ORR, ESQ., Coroner, on the remains of MARGARET McFARLAND, wife of MARSHALL McFARLAND, of Camowen. The deceased had been buried for some time, but owing to suspicions entertained as to the cause of death. Nothing was found, and a verdict of died of natural causes was Returned

May 26, 1863

Married May 22, in the Presbyterian Church, Gortin, by the Rev. Matthew Logan, MR. WILLIAM BAILEY, of Loughnease, to ISABELLA, daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, of Minaduff

August 7 1863

Married July 28, in the Presbyterian Church, Donemana, by the Rev J. Montieth, SAMUEL, youngest son of MR. SAMUEL McFARLAND, Kilcatten, to MARY, youngest daughter of JAMES RODDY, ESQ., Benoan Mills

August 7, 1863

Died on the 4th July, at his father's residence, Portage City, State of Wisconsin, from the effect of a wound received while on duty with his Regiment, at the assault of Vicksburg, on the 20th May, Lieutenant ANDREW JOHN McFARLANE, the son of HUGH McFARLANE, ESQ., and the grandson of the late JAMES McFARLANE, ESQ., of Lisnascraig, county Tyrone

August 25, 1863

Married On the 20th August, in the Presbyterian Church, Drumlegagh, by the Rev. Andrew Maxwell, A.M., MR. GEORGE McFARLAND, of White House, to ELIZABETH, only daughter of MR. JAMES McCAY, same Place

March 18, 1864

Married March 10, in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, M.A., ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., Aghalane, Upper Badony, to ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of the late JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., Letterbrat, Plumbridge

May 19, 1865

Died May 9, after a short illness, BESSIE JANE, daughter of MR. ARMOUR McFARLAND, of Learden, aged 8 years and 8 months

June 6, 1865

Birth: May 31, at Kilcleen, the wife of WILLIAM McFARLANE, ESQ., of a son

June 6, 1865

Died May 29, at Liscabble, Newtownstewart, MARIA JANE, infant daughter of MR. A.T. McFARLAND, aged 10 months

June 16, 1865

Married June 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. David McKinney, Pomeroy, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, merchant, Beragh, to MARIA, only daughter of ARTHUR WHITESIDE, ESQ., of Lurganden, Pomeroy

October 31, 1865

Died October 22, at his residence, Fecarry, near Omagh, ANDREW McFARLAND, ESQ., aged 64 years

March 16, 1866

Married March 1, in First Ardstraw Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Leslie A. Lyle, MR. GALBRAITH McFARLANE, Aughasessy, to MARY, only daughter of MR. WILLIAM FINLAY, Magheracolton

April 13, 1866

Died April 4, at his residence, Muckle, Castlederg, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, aged 80 years

November 2, 1866

Died August 29, at Demerara, West Indies, of fever, WILLIAM JAMES, the beloved son of MRS. ANNE McFARLANE, Letterbratt House, Plumbridge, aged 19 years

January 4, 1867

Birth: December 30, at Kilcleen, Castlederg, the wife of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, of a son

February 26, 1867

Married February 15, in the Presbyterian Church, Edenderry, by the Rev. William Hamilton, MR. ARTHUR ROBINSON, Camowen, Omagh, to ELLEN JANE, eldest daughter of the late ALEXANDER McFARLAND, ESQ., of Cooley

March 19, 1867

Married March 12, in Corrick Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Black, MR. ROBERT B. CAMPBELL, youngest son of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Letterbratt, to JANE, only daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, of Letterbratt

December 3, 1867

Married November 21, in the Crossroads Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Gilmour, MR. WILLIAM LYONS, Carnoney, Omagh, to MISS MARGARET McFARLAND, Carrigans, Omagh

January 12, 1869

Birth: Jan 5, at Letterbratt, the wife of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, JUN., of a son

January 12, 1869

Married Jan 5, in the First Presbyterian Church, Corrick, by the Rev. Samuel Black, GEORGE, son of MR. GEORGE JACK, Mindamph, to REBECCA, daughter of MR. CHARLES McFARLAND, Letterbratt

March 19, 1869

Married March 11, in Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F.J. Porter, MR. GEORGE McFARLAND, Ballyskeagh, to MISS ANNE CAMPBELL, Stonylane

September 21, 1869

Died Sept. 19, at Ballyskeagh, MR. JOHN McFARLAND, aged 65 years

December 10, 1869

Married Nov. 20, at the Scots’ Church, Gortin, by the bridegroom's brother, the REV. JOHN M FARLAND, of Rathmullan [Co. Donegal], assisted by the Rev. Mr. Logan, of Gortin, and the Rev. Thomas Johnston, of First Badoney, ARMAR, son of MR. ANDREW McFARLAND, of Culvahillin, to MISS E. CRAWFORD, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN CRAWFORD, Bridgelane Cottage, near Gortin




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