County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research

Official Website of the CoTyroneIreland.com Mailing List

 

Wilson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-79

Extracted from personal announcements inserted in the Strabane Morning Post, Londonderry Sentinel, Londonderry Standard, Londonderry Journal & Tyrone Constitution
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

 

 

September 16 1823

[Died] At his home in Grange, near Dungannon, on the 6th of August, Joseph Wilson, Esq. aged 77 (Strabane Morning Post)

September 29 1832

[Died] At Dublin, on Friday last, after a few hours illness, Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter of the late Thomas Wilson, of Cookstown, Esq., M.D. (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 10 1824

DIED. On the 5th instant, at Omagh, after a short illness, Daniel Wilson, Esq. an upright and independent Magistrate for the county Tyrone. The closing of the shops, and suspension of all business in the town, as soon as the melancholy event became known, with the concourse of persons that accompanied his remains to the grave, may be deemed a sufficient tribute of the estimate he was held in when alive; and now afford some consolation to his afflicted family and friends (Strabane Morning Post)

November 5 1831

[Married] On the 24th ult., at Tatrabanagh, county Tyrone, Mr. James White, a son of Crispin, to Miss Wilson, the joint ages of the happy pair are 136 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 21 1832

[Married] On the 30th ult., in Ardglass Church, Stewart Wilson, Esq., M.D., second son of the late Daniel Wilson, Esq., of Omagh, to Mary, only daughter of the Rev. Alexander Colhoun, Rector of Dunsford, county Down (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 6 1834

[Married] On the 26th ult., by the Rev. John Crocket, Killetter, Mr. Samuel Wilson, of New Orleans, America, to Miss Eliza Jane Caldwell, daughter of Mr. Samuel Caldwell, Killetter (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 7 1835

[Died] February 21, at Tullamore, in the 82nd year of her age, Mrs. Catherine Wilson, relict of the late Dr. Thomas Wilson, Rector of Ardstraw, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 12 1835

[Married] At Carnkenny, on the 30th inst., Mr. John Park of this town, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of William Wilson, Esq. of same place (Strabane Morning Post)

August 25 1835

[Married] At Monkstown church, on the 19th inst., by the Dean of Emly, Richard Nun of Hollis-street, Esq., to Harriet, daughter of James Wilson, of Omagh, Esq. (Strabane Morning Post)

November 22 1836

[Died] Nov. 10, at Gortmore, near Omagh, the residence of her son, James Wilson, Clerk of the Crown, Esq., Mrs. Wilson, aged 95 years (Strabane Morning Post)

October 14 1837

[Died] At Leap Mill, Omagh, county Tyrone, on the 7th October, Mr. William Wilson, aged 50 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 11 1837

[Married] On Wednesday, the 8th inst., in the Church of Dromore, county of Tyrone, by the Rev. Benjamin Marshall, Mr. Robert Wilson, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Preacher, to Anastasia, second daughter of Mr. William Skelton, Maguiresbridge, county Fermanagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 17 1838

[Married] At Edymore, near Strabane, by the Rev. A.P. Goudy, Mr. Joseph Martin, of Carrygullon, to Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Wilson, of Edymore, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 14 1838

[Married] July 3, at Cappagh Church, in the county of Tyrone, by the Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford, Daniel Wilson, Esq., eldest son of James Wilson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown for that County, to Arabella Jane, eldest daughter of Captain George Wade, of Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 3 1838

[Married] On the 1st inst., at Termon Church, by the Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford, Charles John Gardiner, of Mountjoy Forest, in the county of Tyrone, Esq., to Anne, eldest daughter of James Wilson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown for that County (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 9 1839

[Married] At Caledon Church on the 28th ult., Mr. Charles Wilson, of Caledon, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. James Henderson, of the same Place (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 4 1839

[Married] In Gortin Church, on Wednesday 1st inst., by the Rev. Mervyn Wilson, the lady's brother, Alexander McCausland, of Omagh, Esq., to Jane, second daughter of the late Daniel Wilson, Esq., of the same Place (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 7 1839

[Birth] November 21, at Mountjoy Forest, in the county of Tyrone, the lady of Daniel Wilson, Esq., of a daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 4 1840

[Birth] December 31, at Omagh, the lady of the Rev. J. Stethem Wilson, of a Son (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 8 1840

[Died] On Tuesday last, Mr. Thomas Wilson, publican, Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 5 1840

[Birth] At Mullaghmore, county Tyrone, the lady of Daniel Wilson, Esq., of a Daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 8 1841

[Died] At Dungannon, on the 18th ult., Mr. James Wilson, Actuary of the Loan Fund (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 2 1841

[Married] On the 7th ult., by the Rev. James Kinnear, Presbyterian Minister, the Rev. John Kerr, formerly Minister of Newry, to Jane Wilson, of Aughentober, near Dungannon (Londonderry Standard)

July 17 1841

[Died] July 9th., at the residence of his son, in Kingstown, whither he had repaired for the benefit of his health, James Wilson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown for the county Tyrone, aged 67 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

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 Lonnagh Cottage, near Fintona (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 14 1843

[Married] On the 4th inst., by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, of Ardstraw, Mr. Robert Wilson, Magherycrigan, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Joseph Wilson, Cavandaragh (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 27 1843

[Married] On Saturday morning, 20th inst., in Strabane Church, Mr. Thomas McNeilance, merchant, Back Street, Strabane, to Frances, relict of the late Mr. Wilson, Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 13 1844

DEATH OF SIR ISAAC WILSON, KNIGHT, F.R.S. – We have to announce the death of Sir Isaac Wilson, who died at Bognor, Sussex, on Monday last, at the advanced age of 87 years. The deceased was the senior physician on the medical list of the royal navy. Sir Isaac was one of the domestic medical attendants of the late Duke of Kent and her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent – and brother to Mrs. Mary McWilliams, of Glencull, near Aughnacloy, in this County (Tyrone Constitution)

March 28 1845

[Married] On the 11th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Drumquin, by the Rev. John Porter, Mr. Alexander Conday, near Drumquin, to Isabella, daughter of Mr. John Wilson, of Kirlish (Tyrone Constitution)

April 11 1845

[Died] At Cavanalee, near Strabane, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert Wilson, aged 86 (Tyrone Constitution)

April 12 1845

[Died] At Edymore, near Strabane, on Saturday last, Mr. Robert Wilson, aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 26 1845

[Died] On the 14th inst., of decline, at Torquay, where he went for the benefit of his health, in the 34th year of his age, Daniel Wilson, Esq., eldest son of the late James Wilson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown, for the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 4 1845

[Married] On the 25th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. M. Clarke, Mr. Robert Roulston, Meahey, to Nancy, daughter of Mr. William Wilson, Carnkenny (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 5 1846

[Died] In this City, on the 30th ult., after a long and severe illness, Mr. Robert Stubbs, aged 52 years. For 24 years, he filled the situation of clerk to the late James Wilson, Esq., of Omagh. -"Armagh Guardian" (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 12 1846

[Died] On the 3rd ult., at Tobago, West Indies, of the fever of the climate, in the 26th year of his age, James Wilson, Esq., eldest surviving son of the late James Wilson, of Omagh, Esq., Clerk of the Crown for the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 19 1846

[Married] On the 9th inst., in the Presbyterian Church of Dromore, by the Rev. James Reid Dill, Nathaniel Hood, Esq., Lisnatunny, Newtownstewart, to Miss Margaret Wilson, eldest daughter of the late Rev. R. Wilson, Kildrum, Dromore (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 16 1847

[Married] January 11th, at the Presbyterian Meeting House, Fintona, by the Rev. R. Chambers, Thomas Wilson, Esq., of Newry, to Marianne, eldest daughter of James Sherrard, Esq., of Fintona, Merchant (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 10 1847

[Died] On Monday, the 23rd ult., after a lingering illness, Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter of Mr. Joseph Wilson, of Edenderry, near Benburb, aged 19 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 26 1847

[Died] On the 19th ult., at his residence, Archill, near Drumquin, Mr. James Wilson, aged 61 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 14 1848

Death of John Wilson, Esq. It is with extreme regret we perform the melancholy duty announcing the sudden and premature of John Wilson, Esq., solicitor, third son of the late James Wilson, Esq., clerk of the crown for this county, in the twenty-fifth of his age. This young gentleman was rapidly gaining the confidence and esteem of the public, and gave fair promise of rising to considerable eminence in his profession, when in the inscrutable wisdom of Providence, he was hurried into an early grave. His disease was an affection of the heart, for which he had been under medical treatment for a considerable time. He retired to rest last Sunday night last, apparently in his usual health, and in the morning was found dead in his bed, having apparently departed without a struggle. His remains were conveyed to the family burying ground, at Donacavey, on Wednesday morning, attended by a large concourse of people of all classes. His friends are plunged in deep affliction by the sad and unlooked-for event, and his early removal is universally regretted (Tyrone Constitution)

November 18 1848

[Died] On Thursday evening, at the residence of Lieutenant Hamilton, near Strabane, Mr. James Wilson, proprietor of the well known hotel, in Foyle Street, Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 23 1849

[Died] On the 13th inst., in Caledon, after a short illness, Jane, second daughter of Mr. James Wilson, aged 16 years and 5 years (Tyrone Constitution)

March 10 1849

[Married] February 24, at Warrenpoint Church, and afterwards according to the rites of the Roman Catholic Church, James W. Carolan, Esq., of London, to Jeannie, daughter of the late James Wilson, Esq., of Gortmore, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 18 1850

[Married] On the 15th instant, in Desertcreat church, by the Rev. Thomas H. Porter, D.D., Mr. Hamilton Patterson, assistant county surveyor for Tyrone, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Andrew Wilson, Esq., of Allan Rock, Dungannon (Tyrone Constitution)

January 25 1850

[Married] On the 15th, inst., at Desertcreat Church, by the Rev. Thomas H. Potter, D.D., Mr. Hamilton Patterson, county surveyor, for Tyrone, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Andrew Wilson, Esq., of Allan Rock, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 1 1850

[Married] In Swords Church, on Friday, the 12th Jan., by the Hon. and Rev. Thomas Howard, Rector, Charles, second son of James Whyte, of Pilton House, Devonshire, Esq., to Mabella, relict of the late Daniel Wilson, of Omagh, Esq. (Tyrone Constitution)

August 9 1850

[Married] In Newtownstewart Church, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Mervyn Wilson, John Wilson, Esq., of Dublin Street, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Charles Dunbar, Esq., of Grange Cottage, near Newtownstewart (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 23 1850

On Saturday evening last, Mr. Robt. Wilson, whose active superintendence, under Mr. Hore, of the Powerscourt estate, was duly appreciated alike by tenants and trustees, was occupied in overseeing about 30 men and women engaged in spreading flax, and feeling somewhat oppressed by the intense heat, repaired to some distance to bathe in the river Blackwater. While swimming he was seized with cramps, and physically incapacitated to sustain his head above water. A policeman, named Johnston, was the only person present; and, though unable to swim, he waded nearly out of his depth, and made every effort to save Mr. Wilson, but in vain. Mr. W. sank to rise no more alive, and half an hour had elapsed before the body was got out of the water. Drs. Nesbit and Crothers made every effort that medical skill could suggest to restore sensation; but life had been extinct before the arrival of the medical gentlemen in question. Thus, in a brief half hour was exemplified the solemn warning “In the midst of life, we are in death” – and a gentleman in the vigour of life, being only 37 years of age, was suddenly removed from this passing and probationary scene. The appearance of Mrs. Wilson on hearing the fatal news was heart-rending. Intense agony of feeling paralysed her, choked utterance, and dried up the relieving fountain of tears. To his children and household the sudden bereavement is terrible indeed, and the once happy home, now deprived of its protector and mainstay is, in truth, a house of mourning and of sorrow. Mr. Wilson was an ornament to the respectable middle class of society, and enjoyed that happiest of human lots – comfortable mediocrity of circumstances. His hospitality was of that frank, generous and cordial nature, that in his house, the stranger soon felt a home. By his family, he was beloved for those virtues which impart to home its charm, and in society he was universally esteemed for his many amiable qualities of head and heart. Though his acquaintanceship was very extensive, his enjoyment of friendship was equally so; for to his memory may justly be paid the rare compliment – the rare eulogy indeed – that all his acquaintances were his friends (Tyrone Constitution)

August 30 1850

FATAL ACCIDENT. – It is with much regret we announce the death, by accident, of Mr. Andrew Wilson, of The Rock, on Wednesday evening last. The circumstances which led to this melancholy occurrence were as follow: - As Mr. Wilson was returning home on Monday last, accompanied by George A. Stuart, Esq., the horse which they were driving took fright and ran off, and both gentlemen were thrown out of the vehicle with considerable violence, near Drumglass colliery. Mr. Wilson was immediately removed to the residence of his son in Dungannon, and upon examination it was found that his skull was badly fractured, and his left arm broken near the wrist. All the means that medical skill could suggest were resorted to, in hopes of saving his life, but the accident terminated fatally on the evening of Wednesday. Mr. Wilson was much beloved, not only for his upright and benevolent conduct as an agent, but as possessing all those amiable and honourable qualities which shed an attractive influence upon social and domestic life. His death will be severely mourned, by an amiable wife and a large circle of friends and acquaintances. This lamentable occurrence will assume a still more melancholy aspect when it is known that Mr. Wilson was father to the late Mr. Robert Wilson, of Benburb, whose premature and much regretted death by drowning, was announced in the columns of this journal last week. We are happy to add, that though Mr. Stuart was severely cut and bruised, he sustained no vital injury (Tyrone Constitution)

August 30 1850

[Died] On the 17th inst., drowned, while bathing in the Blackwater, at Benburb, Robert Wilson, Esq., C.E., Inspector of Drainage under the Board of Works (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 20 1850

[Died] On the 11th instant, at his residence, Dungannon, John Wilson, Esq., aged 84 years. He was universally esteemed and deeply regretted (Tyrone Constitution)

January 17 1851

[Married] On the 14th inst., in the 1st Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, county Tyrone, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, Mr. Samuel Campbell, merchant, Newtownstewart, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Andrew Wilson, Cavandoraugh (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 7 1851

[Died] On the 24th ult., at Gortmore, Omagh, after giving birth to a son, Mary, the beloved wife of Stuart Wilson, Esq., M.D. (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 9 1851

[Married] On the 1st inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, Mr. Samuel Ross, Glennock, to Anne, daughter of Mr. Joseph Wilson, Cavandorough (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 4 1851

DEATH BY DROWNING. – On the evening of Wednesday last, the 2nd instant, two young men, one of them named William Baxter (brother of the late John Baxter, assistant county surveyor)) and the other John Wilson, of Edymore, went to bathe in the river at Gordon’s Wood, about a mile above Strabane. Neither of the young men could swim, and, having unfortunately got beyond their depth, both sank to rise no more. It appeared that Wilson first got out of his depth, and called to Baxter for help, and the latter in attempting to assist him sank also. They were seen to struggle for some time, but no assistance being immediately at hand, they were soon beyond the reach of aid. The body of Wilson was got shortly after, and on the following morning the body of Baxter was found about ten yards from the spot they were last seen to go down. Baxter was the only support of a widowed mother and helpless family (Tyrone Constitution)

November 28 1851

[Married] On the 17th inst., at St. Anne's Church, Dungannon, by the Rector, the Rev. William Quain, John Holland, Esq., officer of Inland Revenue, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr. James Wilson, merchant, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 14 1852

[Died] On the 30th ult., at his residence, Scotch Street, Dungannon, Mr. James Wilson, merchant and emigration agent, aged 46 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 26 1852

[Married] On the 18th inst., by the Rev. William Hamilton, Edenderry, Mr. Robert Johnston, Killybrack, near Omagh, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. James Wilson, Leap Mills (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 31 1852

[Married] On the 14th inst., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. W. A. Russell, Mr. Robert Gordon, to Anne Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Wilson, both of Edymore (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 25 1853

[Died] Lately, at the residence of his son, near Baronscourt, at the advanced age of 94 years, Mr. John Wilson (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 10 1853

[Married] On the 16th December, at St. James's Church, Melbourne [Australia], by the Rev. Samuel Taylor, Francis Charles Spittal, Esq., to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late James Wilson, Esq., Clerk of the Crown for the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 23 1853

[Married] On Tuesday week, by the Rev. Dr. Gowdy, Mr. William Blair, of Springhill, Strabane, to Miss Wilson, of Edymore (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 7 1853

[Married] On Monday last, by the Rev. Doctor Goudy, Mr. Joseph Fisher, of Magir, Strabane, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Mr. William Wilson, Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 8 1854

[Died] On the 5th ult., at Philadelphia, United States, after a few weeks illness, Mr. William Wilson, late of Archill, near Baronscourt, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 20 1854

[Died] On the 6th September, at the residence of his brother in law, Mr. Samuel Wilson, in New Orleans, aged 24 years, James, son of Mr. Samuel Caldwell, of Scralee, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

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 (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 2 1855

[Died] At Rahern, near Fivemiletown, on the 30th September, Alicia, only daughter of Mr. David Wilson, aged 21 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 23 1855

[Birth] On the 16th inst., at Aughnacloy, the wife of Mr. James Wilson, of a Daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)

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 (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 25 1856

[Died] On the 10th inst., at his residence, Crossan, county Tyrone, William Wilson, aged 55 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 19 1856

[Married] On the 1st inst., in Sandholes Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph Geddes, Mr. James McConaway, Donaghrisk, county Tyrone, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. William Wilson, Downs Factory, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 9 1857

[Died] At Kildrum, near Dromore, on the 29th ult., Jane, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Robert Wilson, Wesleyan Minister (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 9 1857

[Died] On the 5th inst., at her daughter's residence, near Omagh, Mrs. Rebecca Wilson, of Carnkenny, aged 75 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 26 1858

[Died] On the 21st inst., at the residence of his brother in law, Mr. James Wilson, of Shanreagh, Dromore, county Tyrone, Mr. Thomas Booth Kerr, youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Kerr, of Mullaghbane, aged 32 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 1 1859

[Married] March 25, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the bride's father, Thomas R. Patterson, Esq., of the Belfast Bank, Lurgan, to Martha Isabella, youngest daughter of the Rev. Andrew Wilson, and granddaughter of the late Rev. George Simpson, Loughgall (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 29 1859

[Married] On the 19th July, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Andrew Maxwell, A.M., Mr. Alexander Johnston, of Edenreagh, to Elizabeth, the daughter of Mr. Andrew Wilson, of Archhill (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 2 1859

[Died] November 25, Matthew Wilson, Esq., Drummond, near Fintona, aged 78 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 9 1859

[Married] November 15, at the First Presbyterian Meeting House, Omagh, by the Rev. Mr. Arnold, Thomas James Wilson, Esq., of Kildrum, son of the late Rev. Robert Wilson, Wesleyan Minister, to Margaret, daughter of Thomas Johnston, Esq., Killebrack (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 13 1860

[Married] July 5, in the Wesleyan Church, Lowtherstown, by the Rev. Charles Wood, brother in law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Johnston, Mr. Thomas Johnston, merchant, Trillick, to Kate, second daughter of the late William Wilson, Esq., Crossan, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 17 1860

[Married] August 7, at Trinity Church, Paddington, by the Rev. Charles E. Donne, Captain Jacob William Hinde, of Elmegrove, Dawilsit, late of the 15th Hussars, to Emily, eldest daughter of the late Daniel Wilson, Esq., of Gortmore, Omagh, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 23 1860

[Died] On the 11th November, at Clapham, Margaret, widow of James Wilson, Esq., of Gortmore, formerly Clerk of the Crown for the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 30 1860

[Married] November 23, in the First Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. Mr. Morrell, Robert Alexander Long, Esq., of Londonderry, to Lavinia, daughter of John Wilson, Esq., Roan Mills, Coalisland (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 14 1860

[Died] On the 20th of September last, at Streth, Castlemaine, Australia, in child birth, Margaret, wife of F. C. Spittal, N.B., and youngest daughter of the late James Wilson, of Gortmore, Omagh, formerly Clerk of the Crown for county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 21 1860

[Died] November 14, of sore throat, after two days illness, Samuel, only son of Mr. James Wilson, of Carnkenny, aged 6 years and 7 months (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 22 1861

[Married] February 16, at Leckpatrick Church, Strabane, Tyrone, Captain Augustus N. Wilson, 4th (King's Own) Regiment, eldest son of the late Brigadier N. Wilson, K.H., to Adelaide, second daughter of E. Badham Thornhill, Esq., formerly of the 8th Hussars (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 27 1861

[Died] September 19, at Castlederg, Jane, wife of Mr. Thomas Wilson, merchant, aged 24 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 11 1861

[Married] October 9, in Strabane Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Gibson, John James Daniel, Esq., Bready, to Susan, second daughter of the late Mr. John Wilson, of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 28 1862

[Married] February 19, in the First Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. James Gibson, M.A., Mr. Thomas Wilson, merchant, Castlederg, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. Samuel Huston, Drumnabuoy, near Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 11 1862

[Died] March 28, at Newry, Clogher, county Tyrone, Mr. Robert Wilson, aged 51 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 2 1862

[Married] April 24, at Omagh, by the Rev. William Hamilton, William Wilson, Esq., Mountjoy, formerly of Australia, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. James Wilson, Leap Mills (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 8 1862

[Married] August 2, at St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. T. F. Miller, D.D., Vicar of Belfast, Richard White, Esq., Omagh, Lieutenant Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, to Mary, only daughter of Stewart Wilson, Esq., M.D., Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 2 1863

[Died] December 25 at his residence, Cookstown, after a lengthened illness, Mr. John Wilson (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 26 1863

[Birth] May 16, at Cookstown, the wife of Rev. H. B. Wilson, of a daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 30 1863

[Died] On the 21st June, at Forthill, Fivemiletown, David Wilson, Esq., aged 60 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 24 1863

[Died] On the 18th July, at Edymore, Sarah, wife of Mr. John Wilson, aged 62 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 23 1863

[Died] October 19, of fever, at the residence of his father, the Rev. James Wilson, Glenview, Magherafelt, Hugh Wilson, of the Belfast Bank, Cookstown (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 20 1863

[Married] November 19, in the All Saints' Church, Paddington, London, by the Rev. George Blacker, Rector of Maynooth, uncle of the bridegroom, Alexander Carlisle Buchanan, Esq., of Riverdale, Omagh, to Anna Sophia, second daughter of the late Daniel Wilson, Esq., of Gortmore, Omagh, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 24 1863

[Died] November 19, at his residence, Una Cottage, Charles, youngest son of the late John Wilson, Esq., of Cookstown (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 8 1863

[Died] December 7, at his residence, Butcher Street, Strabane, Mr. Andrew Wilson, carpenter, aged 48 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 20 1864

[Married] On the 19th December, in First Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. James Gibson, M.A., Mr. James Simms, Enniskillen, to Fanny, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Wilson, Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 2 1865

[Birth] August 28, at Cookstown, the wife of the Rev. John Wilson, Wesleyan Minister, of a son (Londonderry Standard)

December 9 1865

[Died] November 29, at Rose Lodge, Drumshambo, county Leitrim, a few hours after the birth of a son, and in the prime of life, Anne, wife of John Wilson, Esq., M.D., and daughter of the late John Todd, Esq., of Ballingorra, Clogher, county Tyrone (Londonderry Standard)

January 9 1866

[Married] January 4, at the Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F.J. Porter, M.A., Mr. James Wilson, Carnifern, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. John Dunn, Cravedonnell (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 9 1866

[Married] February 3, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Leslie A. Lyle, Robert Wilson, Esq., Cavandaragh House, county Tyrone, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late James Brooke, Esq., Scarvahern, and cousin to J. H. Brooke, Esq., Q.C. (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 24 1866

[Died] July 17, at Strabane, Mary Carson, eldest daughter of Robert Wilson, Esq., solicitor (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 8 1867

An inquest was held yesterday, before Dr. Hamilton, coroner, into the death of John Wilson, an employee of Montgomery Sinclair, Esq., Hollyhill. It appears that the deceased had been in Strabane on Saturday evening at the shop of Mr. Graham after completing his purchases he left Strabane to return home. His body was found on Sunday morning buried in the snow, at the foot of Strabane Glen. A verdict that he had perished in the snow was returned (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 12 1867

[Died] February 7, at his residence, Conglasson, near Stewartstown, Mr. Thomas Wilson, aged 88 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

July23 1867

[Married] On the 17th July, in the Presbyterian Church, Caledon, by the Rev. Mason Brown, Mr. Robert Teasey, merchant, Caledon, to Matilda, the eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas A. Wilson, of same Place (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 19 1867

[Married] On the 14th November, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. J. Mitchell, John Wilson, Esq., M.D., Brookeborough, to Lizzy, eldest daughter of John Houston, Esq., Mountjoy, Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 7 1868

[Married] January 1, at the Presbyterian Church, Lecumpher, by the Rev. James Wilson, father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John Wilson, Killala, and the Rev. Silas E. Wilson, Dromore West, brothers of the bride, the Rev. John Purse Wilson, Cookstown, to Eliza Weir, the only daughter of the Rev. James Wilson, Lecumpher

21-February-1868

[Died] February 17, at the residence of his grandfather, Mr. John Woods, Stewartstown, John Atwell, only son of Mr. J. H. Wilson, Lisnaskea, aged 3 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 10 1868

[Married] March 4, at Killyman Parish Church, by the Rev. James Disney, Rector, William, sixth son of the late John Wilson, Esq., Roan Mill, Coalisland, to Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of John McDonald, Esq., Cohannon House, Moy, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 8 1868

[Married] May 7, at First Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev Samuel Cochrane, of Dervaghroy, Mr. William Roulston, of Raw, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Fleming Wilson, of Tattykeel, near Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 28-1868

[Married] July 21, at the First Presbyterian Church, Cookstown, by the Rev. Charles L. Morell, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, assisted by the father of the bride, William, son of John Macpherson, Esq., Helena House, Fitzroy, Melbourne [Australia], to Mary Moffat, daughter of the Rev. H. B. Wilson, Cookstown (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 9 1868

[Married] October 1, in the Presbyterian Church, Drumquin, by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John Donaldson, Pettigo, James Wilson, Esq., Omagh, to Hanna Moore, daughter of the Rev. John Davidson, Drumquin (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 15 1868

[Married] On the 9th December, in the Presbyterian Church, Drumlegagh, by the Rev. J. Edgar Henry, M.A., Mr. Thomas Whittan, of Derrygoan, to Matilda, eldest daughter of Mr. John Wilson, of Aughacessy (Londonderry Sentinel)

February 9 1869

[Married] February 5, at Recarson Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. William Hamilton, Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Wilson, Renally, near Omagh, to Mr. Todd, of near Loughmacroy, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

March 5 1869

[Died] Feb 27, at the Manse, Cookstown, James, eldest son of the Rev. H. R. Wilson, aged 17 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 31 1869

[Died] August 21, at Fintona, of scarletina, Jeanie, only daughter of Mr. Andrew Wilson, aged 5 years (Londonderry Sentinel)

September 3 1869

[Married] August 31, at Dervaghroy Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. William Hamilton, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, William Wilson, Esq., of Omagh, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Robert Harvey, Esq., of Camowen House, near Omagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

November 30 1869

[Died] Oct. 5, at the house of Mr. William Wilson, Derry West, Cannace, of bilious fever, Mr. Jasper Sproule, formerly of Ardstraw Bridge, in the 44th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 14 1870

[Birth] Jan. 8, at the Manse, Cookstown, the wife of the Rev. John P. Wilson, of a daughter (Tyrone Constitution)

June 10 1870

[Married] June 3rd, at the Presbyterian Church, Minterburn, by the Rev. A. J. Wilson, assisted by the Rev. James Wilson, Rathfriland, brother of the bridegroom, John Wilson, of Newry, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Hugh Stewart, Aughnacloy (Tyrone Constitution)

December 9 1870

[Married] Dec. 1, at Baronscourt Church, by the Rev. Mr. Allen, Jane, daughter of Mr. Robt. Wilson, of Baronscourt, to Mr. Thomas Simpson, of Baronscourt (Tyrone Constitution)

January 13 1871

[Birth] Jan. 6, at Omagh, the wife of Mr. William Wilson of a son, still-born (Tyrone Constitution)

February 10 1871

[Birth] Feb. 2, at the Manse, Cookstown, the wife of the Rev. John P. Wilson, of a son (Tyrone Constitution)

October 27 1871

[Died] Oct. 18, at her residence, Drumadaragh, Doagh, Country, Antrim, Anne, wife of James Wilson (and mother to W. H. Wilson, Omagh), aged 65 years (Tyrone Constitution)

January 17 1873

[Died] January 13, at the Second Cookstown Manse, Sarah Weir daughter of the Rev. John P. Wilson (Tyrone Constitution)

May 9 1873

[Birth] May 3, at Cranebrook, Coalisland, the wife of Mr. Wilson, of a daughter (Tyrone Constitution)

May 30 1873

[Died] May 27, at her residence, Crosson, Elizabeth, widow of the late William Wilson, aged 61 years. After 8 years of suffering, borne with exemplary patience and Christian resignation, she calmly fell asleep in Jesus (Tyrone Constitution)

June 6 1873

[Birth] May 30, the wife of Mr. Wm. Wilson, Omagh of a daughter (Tyrone Constitution)

May 18 1877

[Died] May 12, at his residence, Rathwaron, Fintona, Mr. Joseph Wilson, aged 84 years (Tyrone Constitution)

October 5 1877

[Married] September 27, at St. Anne’s Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Hannay, Arthur Taylor, Sydenham, to Isabella Wilson, Fintona, Co. Tyrone (Tyrone Constitution)

February 1 1878

[Died] January 25, at Dexter-terrace, Dublin, Eliza, daughter of Loftus Wilson, Esq., of Coolhil, Dungannon (Tyrone Constitution)

July 12 1878

[Married] July 4, at the Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Leslie A. Lyle, John, son of Mr. Robert Russel, Ardstraw, to Rebecca, daughter of Mr. Jas. Wilson, Carnkenny (Tyrone Constitution)

August 23 1878

[Married] August 20, at 3 Somerset Terrace, Belfast, by the Rev. J. H. Moore, J. Forsyth Wilson, M.D., Skipton, Yorkshire, youngest son of Alexander Wilson, Gortmore, Co. Derry, to Mary Jane, fifth daughter of the late Rev. John Hanna, Clogher, County Tyrone (Tyrone Constitution)

September 27 1878

[Birth] September 20, at Whitegates, Fintona, the wife of Mr. Newberry Wilson, of a daughter (Tyrone Constitution)

October 18 1878

[Married] October 16, by special license, at the house of the bride’s father, by Rev. James Oliver, assisted by the Rev. B. E. Gentleman, Robert, son of the late Mr. Jas. Jones, of Corbo, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of Mr. Fleming Wilson, of Tattykeel, Omagh (Tyrone Constitution)

March 28 1879

[Married] March 20, at the Second Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. W. A. Russell, Matthew Irwin, merchant, Raphoe, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. John Wilson, Cavanalee, Strabane (Tyrone Constitution)

April 4 1879

OBITUARY. – We announce to-day the demise of Mr. James Wilson, of Leap Mills, one of the oldest and esteemed inhabitants of the neighbourhood. In former years, in his business relations, he was known as an honest and upright man, but a long space of time ago increasing age severed his connection to the public, and the remainder of his days were spent within the bosom of his family, the individual members of whom he has lived to see comfortably settled in life. Throughout his well spent life he was a consistent Christian, and was an elder and a respected member of the Presbyterian Church at Edenderry. The large number of persons who followed his remains to the grave testified to the respect in which he was held by the many who knew him. (Tyrone Constitution)

April 4 1879

[Died] March 30, at the Leap, Edenderry, Mr. James Wilson, aged 82 years (Tyrone Constitution)

October 17 1879

[Died] October 11, at Trillick, county Tyrone, Mary, wife of John Wilson, aged 56 Years (Tyrone Constitution)