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Births, Marriages & Deaths with Co. Tyrone, Ireland & New York, U.S.A. Connections, 1829-67

Personal Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths Extracted from the Londonderry Sentinel
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia



October 3 1829

BLACKWELL-BUCHANAN [Married] On Friday last in the Church of Cappagh, by the Rev. Thomas Stack, Robert Blackwell, of Hollywood, near Belfast, Esq., to Sarah, daughter of James Buchanan, Esq., His Britannic Majesty's Consul at New York

February 19 1831

McLAUGHLIN [Died] At New York, on the 6th January last, of consumption, Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. Daniel McLaughlin, formerly of Strabane

January 14 1837

McMILLIN Died] On Tuesday, 22nd Nov., Samuel McMillin, Esq., M.D., of Newtownstewart, aged 45 years, perished in the wreck of the Bristol, along with his two servants, one unknown, the other Owen Quin, an old and faithful servant, who had lived with Doctor McMillin a number of years. Dr. McMillin's body was taken up by relatives on Saturday morning and interred in St. John's burying ground, New York

February 25 1837

ANDREWS-[Died] Through the wreck of the Bristol, leaving Liverpool, on the 15th Oct., and sunk off the coast of New York, on the 22nd Nov., Mrs. Eliza Andrews, with her second son, aged 18 years, and three daughters, late of Omagh, county Tyrone. Her Husband the late Mr. D. Andrews, was a respectable woollendraper in Omagh, after his decease, their oldest son went out to America, and settled in Baltimore. Mrs. Andrews was the only sister of Mr. G. Cather, a merchant in Omagh

June 23 1838

FLEMING-WEIR [Married] On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Ebenezer Mason, of New York, Rev. Alexander Fleming, to Eliza, third daughter of the late William Weir, Esq., of Cookstown

June 30 1838

BARCROFT-WRIGHT [Married] On the 21st inst., at the Friends' Meeting House, Belfast, Joseph Barcroft, of Strangmore Lodge, county of Tyrone, to Mary, daughter of the late John Wandesford Wright, of New York

December 12 1840

BUCHANAN-BOWEN [Married] Dec. 3, by the Rev. George Mackie, A.C. Buchanan, Esq., third son of James Buchanan, Esq., H.B.M., Consul of New York, to Charlotte Louisa, fifth daughter of the Hon. Judge Bowen, of her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench for the district of Quebec

September 7 1849

ROGERS [Died] In New York, U.S.A., of cholera, on the 7th of August, aged 20 years, Arthur, the eldest son of Mr. John Rodgers, of Sixmilecross, county Tyrone

September 6 1850

DONALLY [Died] On the 7th ult., at Brooklyn, New York, in the 73rd year of his age, Mr. Hamilton Donally, late of Omagh

August 1 1851

SHERRARD [Died] On the 24th ult., in Hibernia Place, Holywood [Co. Down], Joseph Sherrard, late of New York, fifth son of Mr. James Sherrard, Fintona, county Tyrone

November 7 1851

BUCHANAN [Died] At Montreal, on the 10th ult., in the 82nd year of his age, James Buchanan, Esq., for nearly twenty years an active Magistrate in the county of Tyrone, and for many years her Majesty's Consul at New York

January 9 1852

BUCHANAN [Died] In New York, on the 7th ult., John, third son of James Buchanan, of Fintona, Esq., aged 23 years

January 23 1852

WARDLOW-BUCHANAN [Married] December 30, at New York, Mr. R.L. Wardlaw, of Castlederg, county of Tyrone, to Miss M. Buchanan, of Glenmaquin, county of Donegal

September 24 1852

ROBINSON-BUCHANAN [Married] On the 16th inst., at Monkstown Church [Co. Dublin], by the Rev. George Blacker, Joseph Robinson, of Hereford, Esq., solicitor, to Georgina Buchanan, daughter of the late James Buchanan, Esq., many years Her Majesty's Consul at New York

August 26 1853

BRADLY-TODD [Married] On the 8th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. T.S. Wray, Judson Bradly, cutler, Esq., New York, to Mary Jane, only daughter of James Todd, Esq., Carrickatain, Donemana

November 4 1853

JOHNSTON-LINDSAY [Married] On the 27th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Edenderry, by the Rev. William Hamilton, Mr. Matthew Johnston, late of New York, to Miss Mary Anne Lindsay, of Donaghanie

December 16 1853

HASSETT [Died] On the 10th ult., at New York, Mary Ann, the wife of John B. Hassett, a native of Omagh, county Tyrone, aged 21 years

July 21 1854

GRAHAM [Died] In New York, on the 22nd June last, aged 51 years, Mr. James Graham, late of Rahoney, Parish of Dromore, county Tyrone

September 23 1854

KERR-TODD [Married] On the 10th ult., at Philadelphia, Robert Kerr, Esq., of Cincinatti, Ohio, and late of Grange, county Tyrone, to Anna M. Heffernan, daughter of R.J. Todd, Esq., of Brooklyn, New York

September 23 1854

McGOWAN-MAHAFFEY [Married] August 17th, at New York, by the Rev. Hugh H. Blair, Mr. John McGowan, of Strabane, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Mahaffey, of Strabane

October 26 1855

EDGAR-HANLON [Married] In the city of New York, on Thursday the 6th of September last, by the Rev. Mr. Nixon of Omagh, William Edgar, Esq., engineer, formerly of Scotland, to Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Patrick Hanlon, postmaster of Dunglow, county Donegal

April 24 1857

THISTLE-BOYD [Married] On the 26th ult., at New York, by the Rev. J.A. Spencer, D.D., Mr. John Thistle, to Rachel, second daughter of Mr. Edward Boyd, of Sandholes, near Cookstown, Tyrone, Ireland

June 19 1857

HUME-MOORE [Married] On the 9th inst., at the First Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. Charles L. Morell, James Hume, Esq., of New York, to Lizzy, eldest daughter of Joseph Moore, Esq., Imperial Hotel, Dungannon

October 30 1857

MANEE-ROLLSTON [Married] On the 1st inst., in London, Canada West, by Dr. Cronyn, Bishop of Toronto, Mr. Richard Manee, printer, and publisher, New York, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John D. Rollston, master of Clogher Endowed School, county Tyrone

April 9 1858

COLLINS [Died] On the 14th ult., at New York, Edward, only son of the late Mr. John Collins, Strabane, aged 27 years

September 17 1858

CLARK [Died] On the 21st ult., at 24 Clark Street, New York, Mr. Thomas Clark, a native of Derryhoar, county Tyrone, aged 27 years

September 17 1858

BRIEN-HAMILTON [Married] On the 9th inst., in Kilskeery Church, by the Rev. A.H. Irvine, Mr. Henry Brien, of New York, son of the late John Brien, Esq., Blockeyhill, to Eliza Jane, second daughter of James Hamilton, Esq., Harp, county Tyrone

June 10 1859

CARR-WHITLA [Married] June 2, at the Cathedral, Lisburn, by the Rev. James H. Monehan, Rector of St. Michan's, Dublin, brother in law of the bridegroom, Thomas P. Carr, Esq., S.T.C., to Elizabeth Clarke, eldest daughter of William Whitla, Esq., Lisburn, and granddaughter of the late James Buchanan, Esq., British Consul General at New York

December 30 1859

NELSON-MANEE [Married] December 1, in Toronto, C.W., Mr. Joseph Nelson, late of Larne, county Antrim, Ireland, to Jane, relict of the late Mr. Richard Manee of New York, and eldest daughter of Mr. John D. Rollstone, Endowed School, Clogher, Tyrone

June 7 1861

McCARREN [Died] May 18, in New York, Owen McCarren, a native of the Parish of Dromore, county Tyrone, aged 43 years

July 19 1861

RODGERS [Birth] June 19, at 340, Bowery, New York, the lady of Mr. Samuel Rodgers, formerly resident near Clogher, county Tyrone, of a son

July 19 1861

BERGEN [Died] June 28, in New York, Mary, wife of Mr. William Bergen, of Coalisland, county Tyrone, aged 87 years

August 16 1861

HORNER-HYDE [Married] July 17, at New York, Richard Horner, Esq., son of the late Rev. R.N. Horner, Rector of Dungannon and Killeshill Churches, county Tyrone, Ireland, to Rachel, youngest daughter of James Hyde, Esq

December 27 1861

MILLS-ORR [Married] December 3, in Grand Street Presbyterian Church, New York, by the Rev. James Harper, Thomas Mills, Esq., merchant, Cincinnatti, Ohio, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Luke Orr, Killybrack, Omagh, county Tyrone, Ireland

January 24 1862

HARVEY [Died] December 30, at New York, Elizabeth Harvey, a native of county Tyrone, in her sixty-second year

February 7 1862

McSORLEY [Died] At New York, William McSorley, a native of Trillick, county Tyrone, in the forty-second year of his life

February 28 1862

McGIR [Died] January 31, in New York, Edward McGir, of the county Tyrone, aged 26 years

September 5 1862

HANLON [Died] At his residence, 348, East Twelfth Street, New York, Felix Hanlon, native of the Parish of Killiman, in the county of Tyrone, aged 60 years

October 3 1862

CHARLETON [Died] September 8, of consumption, at her residence, New York, Isabella Jane, aged 27 years, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Charleton, of Omagh

November 7 1862

PAUL [Died] October 11, at New York, Mrs. Jane Paul, relict of Mr. John Paul, of Omagh, county Tyrone, aged 56 years

November 14-1862

DEVLIN [Died] October 9, in New York, Catherine, wife of John Devlin, a native of the Parish of Fintona, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 28 years

November 28 1862

MULLEN [Died] November 10, at New York, Ann Mullen, a native of the Parish of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, aged 88 years

November 28 1862

McGUIRE [Died] On the 19th November, in New York, of disease contracted while on duty, Patrick McGuire, of the 67th Regiment New York Volunteers, a native of the Parish of Sixmilecross, in the county of Tyrone, aged 23 years

January 2 1863

McELROY [Died] At New York, William McElroy, printer, formerly of Fintona, county Tyrone, aged 27 years

January 23 1863

McLAUGHLIN [Died] January 2, at New York, Patrick McLaughlin, formerly of Aughlish, Parish of Dromore, county Tyrone, aged 69 years

January 23 1863

MURPHY [Died] At New York, from wounds received in the seven days' fighting before Richmond, Henry Murphy, formerly of Aughnacloy, county Tyrone, aged 29 years

March 20 1863

CHARLTON [Died] February 22, at 191 East Twentieth Street, New York, U.S., of consumption, Eliza, second daughter of Mr. Robert Charlton, of Omagh, county Tyrone, aged 25 years

May 12 1863

DELLAMORE-BROWN [Married] March 28, at New York, Richard Dellamore, Second Lieutenant 59th New York Volunteers, to Elizabeth Mary, daughter of the late J. William Brown, Esq., of Omagh, county Tyrone

May 15 1863

HUGHES [Died] On the 29th April, on board the City of Baltimore steamship, on the homeward voyage from New York, William Hughes, Esq., of Dungannon

May 19 1863

O’NEILL [Died] April 28, in New York, Mr. Edward O'Neill, native of the Parish of Longfield, county Tyrone, aged 25 years

October 6 1863

QUINN [Died] On the 21st September, at Brooklyn, New York, Rose Ann, wife of Patrick H. Quinn, a native of county Tyrone, Parish of Conclave [sic], aged 26 years

October 16 1863

ROGERS [Died] September 12, in New York, Eliza Ann, beloved wife of Samuel Rogers, youngest son of the late Mr. Rogers, of Newry, near Clogher, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 24 years and 6 months

November 24 1863

McCULLEN [Died] On the 4th November, at New York, Mr. James McCullen, a native of the Parish of Killskirry, county Tyrone, Ireland, in the 87th year of his age

January 1 1864

KILPATRICK [Died] December 14, at Brooklyn, New York, Joseph Kilpatrick, native of Stewartstown, county Tyrone, aged 38 years

February 12 1864

DEVLIN [Died] January 26, at New York, Arthur Devlin, a native of Dungannon, county Tyrone, aged 27 years

April 1 1864

BAIRD [Died] March 11, at New York, Mr. James Baird, eldest son of W. Baird, Esq., M.D., Donemana

June 24 1864

MAXWELL [Died] At New York, Sarah Slaven, wife of John Maxwell, a native of county Tyrone

June 24 1864

McGURK [Died] June 4, at New York, Owen McGurk, a native of the Parish of Tarmon, county Tyrone, aged 30 years

October 4 1864

MILLS [Birth] September 26, at Killybrack, Omagh, the wife of Mr. Thomas Mills, of New York, U.S., of a son

August 15 1865

HUNTER [Died] July 27, in New York, Mary Hunter, aged 25 years, a native of Omagh, county Tyrone

August 25 1865

BRANNIGAN [Died] August 21, at Dungannon, Sarah, daughter of Mr. Lanty Brannigan, late of New York, aged 1 year and 7 months

September 8 1865

GOODWILLIE-McGAY (BLACK) [Married] At the 7th Avenue United Presbyterian Church, New York, Rev. James Harper's, D.D., on the 3rd ult., by the bridegroom's father, Rev. T. Goodwillie, D.D., of Barnet, Vermont, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Wells of Brooklyn, Dr. D.H. Goodwillie, of New York, to Annie E, eldest daughter of James McGay, Esq., of said City and granddaughter of the late James McGay, Esq., of Cookstown, and of the late Robert Black, Esq., formerly of New Row, Coleraine

December 1 1865

McCONNELL-BARBER [Married] October 10, at New York, by the Rev. Charles E. Hart, Pastor of the Fortieth Street Presbyterian Church, William McConnell, of New York to Minnie D. daughter of Miller Barber, of Omagh, county Tyrone

December 19 1865

McMASTER [Died] In New York, James, third son of the late Mr. Charles McMaster, merchant, Omagh, Ireland

February 6 1866

HUNTER [Died] December 25, at New York, Charles, third son of the late Mr. Robert Hunter, Beagh, county Tyrone, aged 45 years

August 3 1866

McCOURT [Birth] July 29, at Killymorgan, Ballygawley, the wife of the late John McCourt, Esq., New York, of a son

August14 1866

O’NEILL-BRIDGE [Died] July 18, in the city of Brooklyn, New York, Sarah Jane, wife of Mr. Samuel O'Neill, and youngest daughter of the late Rev. James Bridge, Ballymagrane, Aughnacloy

September 21 1866

BLOOMFIELD-CLARK [Married] On the 15th September, on their way to New York, in the Cathedral, Londonderry, by the Rev. B.M. Brown, Mr. R.W. Bloomfield, to Sarah, second daughter of John Clark, Esq., both of Dungannon

December 11 1866

RICHARDSON [Died] At Brooklyn, New York, William S. Richardson, Esq., M.D., late of Sandymount, county Dublin, third son of the late Alexander Richardson, J.P., Captain in the 9th Regiment, and Captain of the Tyrone Militia, Farlough, county Tyrone, Clareville, county Dublin, and Summer Hill, Dublin

May 24 1867

McGUIRE [Died] May 2, at New York, David McGuire, a native of Aughnacloy, county Tyrone, aged 52 years

June 14 1867

FARRELL [Died] May 23, at New York, Edward Farrell, a native of county Tyrone, aged 68 years

October 1 1867

GWYNNE-WALKER [Married] September 9, at Mount Vernon, New York, by the Rev. B.G. Quinell, Rector of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Richard Gwynne, of New York, to Susannah, daughter of the Rev. D.J. Walker, Claremount House, county Tyrone

October 8 1867

TAGGART [Died] September 15, at Jersey City, New York, Charles Taggart, Esq., M.D., brother of the late Mr. Michael Taggart, Omagh