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Strabane Death Announcements - 1785-1849

Deaths recorded in the Town of Strabane and Parish of Camus-juxta-Mourne, Co. Tyrone extracted from personal notices inserted in the STRABANE JOURNAL, STRABANE MORNING POST, DERRY JOURNAL, LONDONDERRY STANDARD & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

Date Death
June 7 1785 MOORE. Died on Sunday last, MR. JOHN MOORE, of this town [Strabane], innkeeper
July 7 1785 KERR. Died on Wednesday last, MRS. KERR, wife of MR. ROBERT KERR, merchant
July 25 1785 McCLANAGHAN. Died after a tedious illness, MRS. McCLANAGHAN, wife of MR. JAMES McCLANAGHAN, merchant
October 18 1785 MEASE. Died on Monday night, much regretted by a numerous acquaintance, MR. ROBERT MEASE, of this town [Strabane]
December 6 1785 JAMESON. On Wednesday last, in the [??.] year of his age, MR. ROBERT JAMESON, of this town [Strabane], merchant
Dec 13 1785 SMYLY. Died, MR. W. SMYLY, of Camus
January 3 1786 McCLANACHAN. Died on Friday last, CHAS. McCLANACHAN, ESQ., Pro-Collector of the Strabane District
March 14 1786 ARBUCKLE. Died last Saturday, MRS. ARBUCKLE, wife of MR. JOHN ARBUCKLE, of this town[Strabane]
April 4 1786 REA. Died, MRS. ELIZABETH REA in this town [Strabane], in an advanced age
November 6 1786 ROSS. Died, this evening, MRS. ROSS, wife of MR. WILLIAM ROSS, of this town [Strabane].......tender husband, infant offspring
March 20 1814 COOK. On Tuesday last, aged 19, MISS COOK, daughter of MR. JOHN COOK, of this town [Strabane], sincerely and deservedly regretted
April 11 1815 BAIRD. At her daughter’s house in this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MRS. BAIRD, relict of the late MR. BAIRD
April 25 1815 CUTHBERTSON. After a short illness, on the 24th inst., at Ballycolman, near this town [Strabane], WILLIAM CUTHBERTSON, ESQ., for many years surgeon in the Royal Navy. His suavity of manners had endeared him to a numerous and respectable acquaintance, by whom, and his relatives, he will long be remembered
Oct 31 1815 MAXWELL. Suddenly, on the morning of the 29th inst. at the house of ROBERT COCHRAN ESQ., MISS MAXWELL, sincerely regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance
Dec 12 1815 MORTON. On Tuesday last, MR. SAMUEL MORTON, of this town [Strabane], in the 71st year of his age. In him, society has lost a worthy friend, and his disconsolate wife and family, sustained an irreparable loss
Dec 12 1815 BUCCHANNAN. On Friday last, MRS. BUCCHANNAN, wife of MR. JOHN BUCCHANNAN, of this town [Strabane]
April 30 1822 GASTON. Last week, at Coleraine [Co. Londonderry], MR. JAMES GASTON, formerly of this town [Strabane]
May 28 1822

IRVINE. Yesterday morning, after a short but severe illness, in the forty-eighth year of his age, deeply regretted by a very extensive and respectable circle of friends and acquaintances, MR. GERRARD IRVINE, of this town [Strabane], merchant

It would be superfluous to descant upon the loss which society has sustained, by the premature death of this kind hearted man. His character requires not the meed of panegyric, and he will be long remembered amongst us as an affectionate husband and parent, a hospitable neighbour, a Protector of the Orphan and THE POOR MAN’S FRIEND.

His heart, with steady ardour burned,

To help the struggling poor;

No friend in need repulsed, returned

From GERRARD IRVINE’S door!

June 11 1822 IRVINE. On Wednesday last, MR. GERRARD JOHNSTON IRVINE, of this town [Strabane], after a long illness
July 23 1822 WAUCHOB. On Thursday last, after a lingering illness, MR. WILLIAM WAUCHOB, of this town [Strabane], Merchant
December 24 1822 ARBUCKLE. On Saturday last, MR. JOHN ARBUCKLE, of this town [Strabane], aged 73, much respected
December 31 1822 OSBORNE. On Tuesday last, MR. THOMAS OSBORNE, Innkeeper, of this town [Strabane]
February 11 1823 MOORE. On Tuesday last, MRS. MOORE, wife of MR. JACOB MOORE, Innkeeper, of this town [Strabane], deservedly regretted by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintance
February 25 1823 THOMPSON. On Thursday last, MRS. THOMPSON, wife of MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON, of this town [Strabane]
April 1 1823 CAMPBELL. On Sunday evening last, MR. HENRY CAMPBELL, of this town [Strabane]
April 8 1823 LENEY. On Thursday morning, at 6 o’clock, after a severe and lengthened course of affliction, MRS. LENEY, wife to DR. LENEY. Seldom has the triumph of the “King of Terrors” been more sensibly felt, than in the death of our amiable townswoman. Could the affectionate esteem of a respectable and numerous range of society, the sympathy of friendship, or the unfeigned blessing of the poor, have either mitigated her sufferings or averted her doom, an affectionate husband and interesting family would not have been plunged into the depth of inconsolable distress
April 29 1823 BARNHILL. On the 24th February last, on board the “Gloucester”, off Barbados, of a decline, JAMES BARNHILL, ESQ., Assistant Surgeon, son of MR. JAMES BARNHILL, of Back Fence, near this town [Strabane]. He was a young man much beloved by his brother officers, and those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
June 10 1823 McCREA. On Monday last, MRS. McCREA, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM McCREA, of Cavanalee
June 10 1823 CONWAY. On Wednesday last, of a decline, MR. GEORGE CONWAY, son of MR. DENIS CONWAY, of this town [Strabane]
June 10 1823 STEWART. On Wednesday last, at Dargle [Dergalt], near this town [Strabane], MRS. STEWART, wife of MR. WILLIAM STEWART, of said place
June 17 1823 ROUSE. On Wednesday last, MRS. ROUSE, relict of the late MR. JAMES ROUSE, of this town [Strabane]
June 24 1823 HALL. On the 17th inst. MR. ROBERT HALL, a long time respectable inhabitant of this town [Strabane]. No man ever sustained a painful and lingering illness with more real Christian fortitude and resignation. He is gone - and it may with truth be said, “He was a safe companion, and a steady friend, Unblam’d through life, lamented in his end.”
August 5 1823

HUNTER. On the morning of Thursday last, the 31st of July, in the sixteenth year of his age, JAMES HUNTER, youngest son of MR. JAMES HUNTER, of this town [Strabane]

“Pent in a narrow clay cold tomb,

In hope his ashes wait;

Till heaven shall rend, with awful sound,

Death’s adamantive gate”

September 30 1823 CALDWELL. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MR. ANDREW CALDWELL, Land Surveyor
June 13 1824 McCLENACHAN. On Sunday morning last, JAMES McCLENACHAN, ESQ., of Camus, much regretted by a numerous circle of acquaintance
February 17 1824 FOUBERT. On Wednesday evening, MRS. FOUBERT, of this town [Strabane]
March 23 1824 FLEMING. On Friday last, PATRICK FLEMING, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], in the 85th year of his age. During his protracted life, he maintained a character of unimpeachable integrity, and his benevolence and charity were even more conspicuous than his uprightness. Few have lived more respected, and few have died more regretted
May 18 1824 HOLMES. We are extremely sorry to announce the death of ISABELLA, eldest daughter of much-respected townsman [Strabane], MR. WM. HOLMES, who changed a mortal for an immortal state, at one o’clock on the morning of Saturday the 15th inst. after a tedious illness of twelve weeks, which she bore with the greatest resignation. Her mild & gentle disposition endeared her to her parents, and all her friends and acquaintance
August 24 1824 McINTOSH. Yesterday MR. GABRIEL McINTOSH of this town [Strabane]
September 7 1824 ROGERS. In Derry, last week, MRS. ROGERS, relict of the late MR. ANTHONY ROGERS, of this town [Strabane]
November 23 1824 NELSON. On the 4th October, at St John’s, in the island of Antigua, MRS. NELSON
December 21 1824 STEELE. On Wednesday last, in this town [Strabane], MR. JAMES STEELE, late of Tops, near Raphoe [Co. Donegal]. He lived the life of the righteous, died in the full assurance of faith in his Redeemer, and is now enjoying the fullness of the beatific vision
February 15 1825 McCARTER. On Monday the 31st ult. MARY, daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM McCARTER, of this town [Strabane], aged 21
February 15 1825 GAMBLE. On Friday evening, very suddenly, MRS. GAMBLE, relict of the late MR. ANDREW GAMBLE, of this town [Strabane]
February 15 1825 COWAN. On Sunday evening, MRS. COWAN, wife of MR. CHRISTOPHER COWAN, of this town [Strabane]
April 5 1825 HAMILTON. Suddenly, on Sunday morning, MR. WILLIAM HAMILTON, of this town [Strabane], shoemaker
June 14 1825 NEILSON. On the 21st March, at Port de Spain, in the Island of Trinidad, aged 22 years, at the house of her brother, DR. THOMAS NEILSON, ROSANNA, youngest daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM NEILSON, of this town [Strabane]
September 13 1825 LEPPER. In this town [Strabane], on Friday last, MRS. LEPPER wife of MR. HUGH LEPPER
October 4 1825 RUTHERFORD. In this town [Strabane], on Monday se’nnight, MR. JOHN RUTHERFORD
October 4 1825 FERRELL. In this town [Strabane] on Wednesday last, MR. GREGORY FERRELL
November 15 1825 HAMILTON. In this town [Strabane], on Wednesday the 2nd inst. MRS. C. HAMILTON, formerly of Belfast. She endured a tedious and severe affliction with singular patience and resignation to the divine will, and in possession of a strong confidence in the mercy of God, through Christ, departed in great peace
December 20 1825 ORR. Wednesday, 14th instant, aged 70 years, MR. JAMES ORR, merchant
December 20 1825 KING. Suddenly in this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MISS KING aged 75
March 7 1826 DUNBAR. On Thursday, after a lingering illness, MR. JAMES DUNBAR, of this town [Strabane], aged 63 years
March 21 1826 BRADY. On Thursday last, MR. WILLIAM BRADY, JUN., of this town [Strabane], hatter
March 21 1826 HUMPHRYS. On Friday last, MR. WILLIAM HUMPHRYS, of this town [Strabane]
April 14 1826 THOMPSON. On Saturday last, aged 18, MARY, daughter of MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON, of this town [Strabane]
April 18 1826 FLEMING. On Friday last, WILLIAM FLEMING, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]
May 2 1826 DUNBAR. On Tuesday last, MRS. DUNBAR, relict of the late MR. DUNBAR, of this town [Strabane]
May 30 1826 MAHON. Of fever, yesterday morning, MRS. MAHON, of this town [Strabane]
July 4 1826 GRAY. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MRS. GRAY
August 29 1826 LEPPER. On Friday last, MR. HUGH LEPPER, of this town [Strabane], aged 82 years
Oct ober24 1826 SLOAN. On the 18th of October, JAMES SLOAN, JUN., son of JAMES SLOAN, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], a very promising boy, aged 6 years
January 2 1827 WAUCHOB. On Thursday last, MRS. WAUCHOB, wife of MR. DANIEL WAUCHOB, of this town [Strabane]
January 9 1827 HUNTER. On Friday last, MR. SAMUEL HUNTER, of this town [Strabane], merchant
January 30 1827 BAIRD. Last week, after a long illness, MR. JOHN BAIRD, of Bridge-end Street [Strabane]
February 6 1827 MOORE. On the 3d instant, after a long and severe illness, MRS. S. MOORE, relict of the late SAMUEL MOORE, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]
February 6 1827 CREIGHTON. On Tuesday, 30th January, after a protracted illness, which she bore with the greatest Christian fortitude, MRS. MARGARET CREIGHTON, of this town [Strabane]. Possessed of that genuine love which is the fruit of the spirit, she was much beloved by all her acquaintances, but peculiarly endeared by her husband and family, who now deplore their inexpressible loss, which has been her infinite gain
February 27 1827 BARCLAY [CORRY]. On the 21st Feb. at Stranorlar [Co. Donegal], MRS. BARCLAY, aged 74. Relict of the late JOHN BARCLAY, ESQ., of Strabane and eldest daughter of the late ALDERMAN SAMUEL CORRY, of Londonderry. She was sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who knew her
April 10 1827 BAIRD. On Tuesday last, MRS. BAIRD, wife of MR. JOHN BAIRD, of this town [Strabane]
April 10 1827 KERR. On Thursday last, MRS. KERR, wife of MR. JOSIAS KERR, merchant, of this town [Strabane] - Posthumous eulogiums have been so often the vehicles of the personal partialities of the writer of them, that readers are sometimes disposed to pass them over, very cursorily, as the effusions of biased friendship, perhaps of purchased praise. But the meek and modest individual, whose death is above announced, stands in no need of laboured panegyric, to sound her merits; her life was blameless, as her habits were unassuming; and she carried with her to the grave the unfeigned regrets of all who had an opportunity of cultivating an intimacy with her. The private virtues as they endeared her to her friends, so (actuated by her lively faith) they could not fail to secure the approbation of her God, and this conviction must greatly avail to alleviate the heavy affliction of a fond and tender husband, and affectionate family, who now lament their loss in tears of bitterness and woe
April 17 1827

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT

LYONS. We are sorry to state, that on the evening of Wednesday last, as JOHN LYONS of this town [Strabane], was on his return from Derry, and when about three miles on his way, it is supposed he fell asleep, and falling from his cart, was killed on the spot. He was a young man of a good character, and has left a mother to bewail her loss, being her only support

June 12 1827 BREADY [BRADY]. On Sunday last, after a short illness, MR. WILLIAM BREADY, of this town [Strabane], hatter
June 26 1827 HAMILTON. On the 21st inst. at Strabane, ISABELLA, wife of JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., of Strabane, She bore with a Christian patience and resignation an illness of several months, and quitted this world for a better, in the 37th year of her age. She has not left behind her, a more tender and affectionate mother, a more loving wife, or a steady friend. She never injured mortal in thought, word, or deed, nor ever did but she would be done by. She has left a son and three daughters, who give fair promise of being the inheritors of their most excellent mother’s mind and disposition
July 9 1827 WAUCHOB. On Thursday last, MR. DANIEL WAUCHOB, JUN., of this town [Strabane]
July 9 1827 GAMBLE. On same day, MRS. GAMBLE, wife of WILLIAM GAMBLE, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]
September 11 1827 HENDERSON. On Sunday last, in the 83d year of her age, after a protracted and painful illness which she bore with patient resignation, MRS. HENDERSON, wife of MR. JOSEPH HENDERSON, SEN., of this town [Strabane], formerly of Castlefin [Co Donegal]
September 18 1827 HANNAH. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MRS. HANNAH, wife of MR. ROBERT HANNAH, saddler
October 16 1827 SUMMERVILLE. On Friday last, MR. JAMES SUMERVILLE, of this town [Strabane]
November 20 1827 HUGHES. In this town [Strabane], on Thursday the 15th inst. aged 92 years, MRS. HUGHES, relict of the late MR. SAMUEL HUGHES, of Milford, near Ramelton [Co. Donegal]. We have reason to say, this pious handmaiden of the Lord, died in the Faith, leaving a testimony of a pious devotedness to God, and her interest in Christ, and is now arrived in that Land of pure delight, where the wicked cease from troubling, and the wearied are at rest
January 1 1828 ORR. In this town [Strabane], on Wednesday last, MRS. ORR, relict of the late JOHN ORR, ESQ., of this town
January 1 1828 ORR. On Sunday evening [in Strabane], after a short illness, MISS ORR, sister to the late JOHN ORR, ESQ., aged 80 years
January 8 1828 STEWART. On Tuesday last, after a tedious illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, MRS. STEWART, wife of ROBERT STEWART, of this town [Strabane]
January 8 1828 CHAMBERS. On Thursday, the 27th December [in Strabane], ELIZA, eldest daughter of RICHARD CHAMBERS, ESQ., at the early age of three and a half years
January 8 1828 SPROULE. On Sunday morning, MISS SPROULE, of this town [Strabane]
January 15 1828 HUGHES. On Friday last, MRS. HUGHES, wife of MR. MICHAEL HUGHES, of this town [Strabane]
March 4 1828 HOLMES. We are sorry to have to announce the death of WILLIAM, son of our much respected townsman, MR. WM. HOLMES [Strabane]who died in December last, at Blue Mountain Valley, Jamaica, in the 23rd year of his age
March 25 1828 SMYTH. We are sorry at having to announce the death of our much esteemed townsman, MR. ROBERT SMYTH [Strabane]. He died on Sunday last, and has left a widow and eight children to deplore his loss. It is indeed too weak and common place a tribute to his memory to say that he was a most affectionate and attentive husband, kind and indulgent parent, and much esteemed and respected by all who knew him for his generous and hospitable disposition
April 1 1828 HUGHES. On the 27th instant, MISS ANNE JANE HUGHES, eldest daughter of MR. HUGHES, of this town [Strabane]. As far as the character of a child of her years may be said to be developed, we have seldom witnessed such amiability of disposition. That parents should feel and deplore such a loss is natural; but the deep distress of her youthful acquaintances, who followed her remains with tears to the grave, gave ample testimony that she had excited interest in a much wider field
April 8 1828 HAY. In this town [Strabane], on Tuesday last, MRS. HAY, relict of the late REV. JOSEPH HAY, Presbyterian Minister, of Killinchy [Co. Down]
April 8 1828 HENDERSON. On Saturday, the 5th instant, MRS. ANNE HENDERSON, of this town [Strabane], relict of MR. JOHN HENDERSON, in the 90th year of her age
June 24 1828 KNOX. On Wednesday last, MISS ELIZABETH KNOX, daughter of MR. JOHN KNOX, of Cavanalee
June 24 1828 HENDERSON. Yesterday, in this town [Strabane], at the advanced age of 88 years MR. JOHN HENDERSON, formerly of Castlefin [Co. Donegal]
July 1 1828 BRODIE. On Wednesday last, of a rapid decline, SARAH, daughter of MR. JAMES BRODIE, of this town [Strabane], aged 19 years, sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance
July 8 1828

GWYNNE. After a short illness, on Thursday last, ROBERT VALENTINE GWYNNE, second son of MR. RICHARD GWYNNE, of this town [Strabane], at the early age of nine years. - “In the morning it is green and groweth up: but in the evening it is cut down, dried up, and withered.”

Seldom have we witnessed lowered into the narrow house a child more generally or deservedly regretted - as was fully testified by the number of his companions and others who accompanied his remains to the grave. This reminds us of the awful truth, that “in the midst of life we are in death”, and that in this world our days are as grass and of short duration. We know not the day nor the hour when the withering grasp of death may seize upon us - when the thread of life may be torn asunder, nor when that voice will call upon us to come and give an account of the deeds done in the body: - for “man cometh up as a flower, and is cut down; he fleeth as it were a shadow, and continueth not.”

Pause here and think: a monitory rhyme

Demands one moment of thy fleeting time

Consult life’s silent clock, thy bounding vein;

Seems it to say - ‘Health here has long to reign?

Hast thou the vigour of thy youth? An eye

That beams delight? a heart untaught to sigh?

Yet fear. - Youth of times, healthful and at ease,

Anticipates a day it never sees;

And many a tomb, like Hamilton’s, aloud

Exclaims - ‘Prepare thee for an early shroud’.

July 15 1828 SIMMISON. We are sorry to state, that a young man of the name of JAMES SIMMISON, from Edymore, near this town [Strabane], went into the river at Derry to bathe, on Wednesday last, and not being a swimmer, he was carried away by the tide and drowned. The parents of the young man were in Derry waiting for the sailing of a vessel for America, in which he was to accompany them; what must have been their feelings, when the vessel sailed next day with them, leaving their son still in the river. His body was found on Saturday, a short distance from where he was drowned, and was yesterday interred in the grave-yard of this town. He was a young man of good character, and much respected by those who knew him
August 19 1828 WARK. At Strabane, on the 15th August, in the 59th year of his age, MR. WILLIAM WARK, whose affable manners, kind heart, and upright conduct have rendered him deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances
September 2 1828 TRACIE. On Friday last [in Strabane], after a severe illness, which she endured with Christian fortitude and resignation, MRS. TRACIE, wife of MICHAEL TRACIE, ESQ.
September 16 1828 NUGENT. On Sunday the 14th instant, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, MISS CHRISTIAN NUGENT, daughter of MR. PATRICK NUGENT, of this town [Strabane]
October 21 1828 CRAWFORD. On Friday last, MR. JOHN CRAWFORD, of this town [Strabane], baker
November 11 1828 JENKINS. On Saturday last, MRS. JENKINS, wife of MR. ANDREW JENKINS, of this town [Strabane]
November 11 1828 WATSON. On the 2d inst, in the Royal College, Maynooth, in the 24th year of his age, of a painful sickness, under which he laboured only for a few hours, after having obtained the comforts of religion, MR. PETER WATSON, son of MR. JOHN WATSON, of this town [Strabane]. His conduct has been always accompanied with the strictest piety - In the course of his academical studies of five years, he had repeatedly obtained the highest literary honours of the College; he had for the last and current year, from his regularity and respectability, filled a situation with the greatest trust and confidence, which he discharged with every attention and satisfaction, quitting this life deeply lamented by the Superiors and Professors of the College, his fellow students, and by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. To compress much in little, he was truly the Christian, the Scholar, and the Gentleman
December 16 1828 HENDERSON. On Saturday last, in Dublin, very suddenly, WILLIAM HENDERSON, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]
December 23 1828 HAMILTON. On Tuesday last, at Milltown, most sincerely and universally regretted, MARIANNE, wife of the REV. STEWART HAMILTON, Rector of Strabane. - To panegyrise the dead is neither our inclination nor our principle. To the dead it is useless - to the living it is always dangerous. Of the departed then we shall merely say, that, though dead, truly “do her works yet praise her in the gates.”
February 3 1829 WARNOCK. On Friday last, to the inexpressible grief of her relations and friends, MISS ANNIE WARNOCK, second daughter of MR. WILLIAM WARNOCK, of the Waterside, Derry, late of this town [Strabane]
February 10 1829 GILMOUR. Very suddenly, in the prime of life, MR. JAMES GILMOUR, of this town [Strabane], who, through life, bore the character of an honest man. Few have died more sincerely regretted by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, which was fully depicted on the countenances of those who followed his remains to the grave-yard of this town
February 17 1829 COLLINS. Suddenly, on Sunday evening last, MR. JOHN COLLINS, of this town [Strabane]
February 24 1829 REED. On Saturday last, MR. JOHN REED, of this town [Strabane]
March 19 1829 GIBSON. On Sunday, the 7th inst. MR. THOMAS GIBSON, of Derry, son to MR. JOSEPH GIBSON, of this town [Strabane]
June 16 1829 POLLOCK. At his own house, in this town [Strabane], on Friday the 12th instant, the REV. WILLIAM POLLOCK, aged 46 years, formerly a native of Swanlinbar [Co. Cavan]. He travelled 13 years a Preacher in the Wesleyan Methodist Connection, a zealous and faithful Minister of Christ; he bore a lingering illness with fortitude and resignation, and died a witness of the doctrine he preached, “Justification by Faith in Christ Jesus, and hopeful of Immortality”
June 30 1829 MEASE. In this town [Strabane], on the 26th instant, at the advanced age of 79 years, ANDREW MEASE, ESQ., M.D. - In addition to a vigorous intellect, highly improved by education, he possessed all the finer sensibilities of our nature - in him were united piety without enthusiasm, charity without ostentation, and benevolence to the whole human race. He lived respected and esteemed, and died sincerely regretted
October 6 1829 McCADDAM. Very suddenly on Friday last, MR. DANIEL McCADDAM, of this town [Strabane], leather cutter
October 14 1829 BONER [BONNER]. At an advanced age, on Saturday last, MR. JAMES BONER, long respectable inhabitant of this town [Strabane]
October 27 1829 KNOX. Suddenly, in this town [Strabane], on Friday last, MR. ARTHUR KNOX, boot and shoe maker
November 10 1829 BELL. On Wednesday last, after a severe and lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, MRS. BELL, wife of MR. DAWSON BELL, Watchmaker, of this town [Strabane]
November 24 1829 PORTER. In this town [Strabane] on Friday morning last, MR. JOHN PORTER, SEN.
December 15 1829 McGEHAN. On Friday last [at Strabane], WIDOW McGEHAN, at the advanced age of 105 years
January 16 1830 KNOX. At Strabane, on Friday night or Saturday morning last, long an inhabitant of the Porch House of ancient Castlebawn, MR. JAMES KNOX, aged 98 years. He was a non commissioned officer of the very respectable corps of Strabane Volunteers
February 2 1830 GWYNNE. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday morning last, MRS. GWYNN, wife of MR. RICHARD GWYNNE, of this town, tailor
February 16 1830 BOYD. On Sunday last, at the residence of his father [Strabane], MR. ROBERT BOYD, formerly of Londonderry, merchant
March 9 1830 SCOTT. On Sunday evening last, MR. JOHN SCOTT, of this town [Strabane], merchant, after a severe and protracted illness, regretted by a numerous and extensive circle of acquaintances, leaving a widow and numerous family to deplore his loss
April 6 1830 SHANNON. Very suddenly in Derry, on Thursday last, MR. ROBERT SHANNON, of this town [Strabane], linen buyer, very deservedly regretted by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
June 1 1830 BARNHILL. At Backfence [near Strabane], on Sunday, the 23rd ult. MISS BARNHILL, after a tedious illness
June 1 1830 MAGUIRE. On Friday last, MRS. MAGUIRE, relict of the late MR. HUGH MAGUIRE, of this town [Strabane], aged 84 years
June 22 1830 BONNER. On Saturday last, MRS. BONNER, relict of the late MR. JAMES BONNER, of this town [Strabane]
June 29 1830 NUGENT. On Thursday last, after a lingering illness, MR. PATRICK NUGENT, of this town [Strabane], architect
July 13 1830 FINLAY. On the 8th instant at Millmount, near Gortahork, in the County of Donegal, MR. JOHN FINLAY, son of the late ELIJAH FINLAY, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]
September 14 1830 SMYTH. On Wednesday last, the REV. JAMES SMYTH, of this town [Strabane]
September 14 1830 GLASSE. Suddenly, on Tuesday last, MRS. GLASSE, relict of the late JOHN GLASSE, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], Attorney
September 28 1830 COOKE. In this town [Strabane], on Thursday morning last, MRS. COOKE, relict of the late MR. JOHN COOKE, most deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance
October 5 1830 RUTHERFORD. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MR. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD aged 60 years. He departed this life with a well grounded hope of a resurrection to eternal life through the merits of Jesus Christ his Redeemer
November 30 1830 THOMPSON. On Friday last, MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON, of Edymore [near Strabane], aged 66 years
January 11 1831 JENKINS. Suddenly, on Tuesday last, MR. OLIVER JENKINS, Post Master of this town [Strabane]
January 11 1831 BLAIR. On Thursday last, MR. JAMES BLAIR, of Liskinbuoy [near Strabane], aged 68 years
February 8 1831

HUGHES. At his father’s house in this town [Strabane], on the 1st instant, after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian resignation, ROBERT, eldest son of MR. SAMUEL HUGHES, merchant, aged 21 years. To sum up his many virtues in a few words, suffice it to say, that he was a most dutiful son, an affectionate brother, a warm hearted and steady friend, and a kind benefactor to the poor ---

His disconsolate parents are much consoled with the hope, that as he lived a life of faith on his Redeemer he is now enjoying that “rest which remaineth for the people of God.’ The very numerous assemblage of persons of all ranks, who accompanied his remains to the grave, plainly evinced the high esteem in which this much lamented youth was held

February 15 1831 COWAN. In the humbler walks of life, alike unknowing and unknown are frequently found the humble followers of a lowly master, the disciples of him who was despised and rejected of men. In the life of MR. CHRISTOPHER COWAN of this town [Strabane], who deceased on Tuesday the 8th instant the principal graces that adorn the christian were strikingly exemplified; the most prominent feature of his character was that which the Redeemer appointed to be the distinguishing badge of his disciples, love, and as he advanced in the divine life, in years and in experience, he proportionably advanced in humility. For the greater part of his life he was a leader in the Methodist Society, and in this capacity his manner of advising, reproving, exhorting, or comforting, was eminently calculated to produce the desired end; where many failed he was successful in compelling the conscience of the person reproved, to aid the effect of admonition. Those who knew him intimately testify, that “his conversation was in heaven”; he delighted in private prayer, and when time and place were not favourable to retirement, his mind was evidently occupied with devout aspirations. That cheerfulness which is the concomitant of a mind at ease was constantly visible in his countenance; his long severe affliction produced no moroseness, irascibility, or peevishment; he could still “rejoice with them that rejoice” as when in health and spirits, he was always ready to “weep with them that weep.” As his life did “adorn the doctrine of God our Saviour in all things” we have no hesitation in stating, that he for many years professed the enjoyment of sanctification, thus affording an additional witness to the sublime truths of the glorious Gospel: and as he “held fast whereunto he had attained” there is, thanks be to God for his unspeakable gift, no room for doubt, that he has laid hold on eternal life. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints;” in his death the Church militant has sustained a loss, let it be the prayer of all who love Zion, that in his stead may be raised many such living witnesses of the faithfulness of God, and the realities of Scriptural religion
February 15 1831 WATSON. On the 14th instant, after a tedious illness which she bore with Christian patience and resignation, to the will of Heaven, having received all the comforts religion could afford, MRS. JOHN WATSON, of this town [Strabane] ---- If hospitality, if benevolence of heart, and charity to the poor, command the tribute of a tear, her death will be sincerely regretted, not only by her family, but also by the distressed of every class, who were ever the special objects of her charitable attention
February 22 1831 McLAUGHLIN. At New York, on the 6th January last, of Consumption, ELLEN, eldest daughter of MR. DANIEL McLAUGHLIN, formerly of this town [Strabane], woollendraper much and deservedly regretted by a large and respectable circle of acquaintances
March 1 1831 McCREA. Very suddenly in this town [Strabane] on Thursday last, MISS ANNE McCREA
April 30 1831 PARK. In Strabane, on Thursday week, the 21st inst., after a short illness, MR. ABERCORN PARK most deservedly regretted
May 10 1831 GAMBLE. On Wednesday last JOHN GAMBLE, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]. Author of “Views of Society and Manners in the North of Ireland”, “Stanley”, “Charleton”, and several other esteemed Works. This lamented Gentleman walked partly to Lifford [Co. Donegal], and accompanied the Funeral of the late MRS. HUMPHREYS to the graveyard here, and whilst in the Church, at the reading of the Funeral Service, he dropped down, and instantly expired. He was a Gentleman universally respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
May 14 1831 HUMPHREYS. At Lifford [Co. Donegal], on Monday, the 2nd inst., MRS. HUMPHREYS, relict of the late D. HUMPHREYS, ESQ., of Strabane
July 9 1831 LENEY. On the 20th May last, at Georgetown, Demerara, ALEXANDER LENEY, ESQ., chemist and druggist, aged 31 years, and formerly of Strabane
July 12 1831 LENEY. We are sorry at having to announce the death of MR. ALEXANDER LENEY, nephew to DOCTOR LENEY of this town [Strabane]. His long residence in Strabane had made him well known to its community, and was the means of raising for him a large circle of warmly attached friends. For the last five years he resided in Georgestown, Demerara, where as a Chemist and Druggist he had a fair prospect of realising a fortune, had he not fallen a victim to the ravages of that climate on the 20th of May last and in the 31st year of his age
July 19 1831 QUIN. At his Father’s residence, Douglas Bridge [near Strabane], on the 9th instant, in the 20th year of his age, MR. DAVID QUIN, JUN. In his general character were combined a variety of virtues. He was kind and generous in his disposition; amiable and unassuming in his manners, and his premature death will long be remembered by an affectionate father, an only brother, and a numerous circle of acquaintances
July 26 1831 CONWAY. On the 25th instant MR. DENIS CONWAY of this town [Strabane], aged 84. He bore his lingering illness with all that Christian fortitude and patience which, in the truly contrite and humble penitent, is so acceptable to God. He was a kind husband and an affectionate father. In short, his honest principle and charity of heart, will ever be remembered by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
September 13 1831 McKINNEY. This morning, after a short illness, MR. MICHAEL McKINNEY of this town [Strabane], innkeeper
October 11 1831 PATTERSON. At his Uncle’s CAPTAIN PORTER, R.N. of Trafalgar, near Strabane, JOHN C. PATTERSON, ESQ., aged 27 years, First Lieutenant of Artillery of the Honourable East India Company’s Service, and eldest son of CAPTAIN ROBERT PATTERSON, Connaught Square, London
November 1 1831 SMYLEY. On Saturday evening last, at the age of 83, ROBERT SMYLEY, SEN., ESQ., of Camus, near this town [Strabane]
November 19 1831 MEASE. On the 3rd inst., at Strabane, after a lingering illness, MARGARET, relict of the late ANDREW MEASE, ESQ., M.D., late of that Town
January 24 1832 BOYD. On Wednesday last, after a short illness MR. JOHN BOYD, of this town [Strabane], merchant, who through life bore the character, and we may safely say, deservedly, of ‘an honest man,’ leaving a wife and three small children to deplore his loss. The general esteem in which he was held, by his neighbours and inhabitants generally was fully testified by their numerous attendance at the funeral to the grave yard at Leck[patrick]
March 6 1832 FLEMMING. Yesterday, very suddenly, MRS. FLEMMING, wife of MR. JOHN FLEMMING, of this town [Strabane]
May 8 1832 FITZSIMONS. At Newbuildings, near Derry, MR. EDWARD FITZSIMONS, of this town [Strabane]. About six weeks ago, when accompanying his daughter (MRS. McGUIRE) to Derry, who intended proceeding to America, the horse in the car on which they were, ran off, and by a fall in consequence, both his leg and thigh were broken. he lingered until Saturday last, when he expired
May 15 1832 POWELL. After two hours illness, at Blackrock, near Dublin, WILLIAM POWELL, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], Barrack Master, deservedly regretted by all who knew him. In the duties of a husband and father he was exceeded by none. As a member of society he was patriotic and truly benevolent; and in his private friendships he was ardent and sincere
May 22 1832 HOLMES. On Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, MR. WILLIAM HOLMES, of this town [Strabane], Brewer. In him were united all the good qualities that could adorn the Christian. A tender parent, a loving husband, and one whose hand was always open to the call of the needy. His loss is deeply lamented by all who knew him, which was fully testified by the numerous and respectable assemblage that followed his remains to the graveyard at Stranorlar [Co. Donegal]
May 29 1832 McCOLGAN. Yesterday, MR. MICHAEL McCOLGAN, an old and respectable inhabitant of this town [Strabane]
June 12 1832 TOLAN. On Wednesday last, MRS. TOLAN, relict of the late MR. PATRICK TOLAN, of this town [Strabane]
July 3 1832 HUGHES. On Saturday evening last, after a lingering illness, THOMAS, son of MR. SAMUEL HUGHES, of this town [Strabane], aged 17 years
July 24 1832 SCOTT. On Saturday evening last, at Granan, MISS MARGARET SCOTT of this town [Strabane]
September 25 1832 PORTER. At Trafalgar, near this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, ALEXANDER PORTER, ESQ., aged 66 years
November 13 1832 ORR. On Wednesday the 7th inst. in the 79th year of her age, SARAH, relict of the late JAMES ORR, ESQ., of Strabane
November 20 1832 HAMILTON. On Tuesday the 13th inst., after a short illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, MRS. HAMILTON, wife of MR. THOMAS HAMILTON, of this town [Strabane], Innkeeper, aged 25
December 11 1832

BROWN. On the morning of Wednesday last, after an illness of about ten days, MR. ROBERT BROWN, of this town [Strabane], grocer, at the age of 64.

Seldom, indeed, has it fallen to our lot, to record the death of an individual so generally and deservedly regretted as Mr Brown. A residence of upwards of thirty years in Strabane had given to its inhabitants ample means of estimating his character. To represent him merely as a truly honest man, a kind and obliging neighbour, a safe, social, and intelligent companion, would only be doing that which is admitted by all who knew him. But, superadded to these qualities, he possessed a mind strongly imbued with the highest principles of honour and independence, and ever treated with their merited contempt, those fawning and time-serving dispositions, so much employed in the present day, in the acquisition of wealth. He, not withstanding, realised a considerable fortune, which, with his unsullied character, has descended to his immediate relatives, in this neighbourhood. Mr Brown’s piety was of the most unaffected description, and being of the Presbyterian Church, was scrupulously attentive to her ordinances and discipline. In support of our charitable institutions, he always gave a willing contribution; and no man ever felt greater pleasure in administering assistance to objects of virtuous poverty. During his last illness, he evidenced much genuine piety, making the merits and intercession of the Saviour his entire ground of hope --- he suffered little or no pain throughout, and closed his mortal existence without a struggle - thereby forcing the application of the text, “Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace.”

December 26 1832

DEATH OF THE REV. STEWART HAMILTON

HAMILTON. Seldom indeed has it fallen to our lot to record with more heartfelt sorrow and regret, the death of an individual, than that of the REV. STEWART HAMILTON. This amiable character closed his earthly scene on the morning of Thursday last. On Wednesday night, at his usual hour, he retired to rest, in perfect health, and melancholy to relate, was found next morning, “wrapped in all the darkness of death!” and without the slightest appearance of having had a struggle in dissolution --- thus proclaiming to all in language not to be forgotten - “Be still, and know that I am God;” and that, “in the midst of life, we are in death;” that “man cometh up as a flower, and is cut down - he fleeth, as it were a shadow, and continueth not, even in one stay,” and “seeing his days are determined, the number of his months are with thee, thou hast appointed his bounds that he cannot pass.” To do but common justice to the character of him who is now the “tenant of the narrow house,” would be a task, which we would only fail in completing. He was always found to possess those principles of good feeling to his fellow-man which endeared him to all; and fully showed through life, that he forgot not the mandate of his Redeemer, “to love thy neighbour as thyself.” To the charitable institutions of the country, he proved his sincerity in God’s work by constant contribution. In his capacity, as a Christian Minister, he has laid an example to those who may come after him, by his personal piety and good works, visiting the afflicted and the dying, and like John, unceasing in his exertions when in attendance on the sick bed, in pointing out the sinner’s hope, the rock of salvation, “the Lamb of God which taketh away the sins of the World.” And here we would refer to his unwearied exertions during the late pestilence. To every house, to every hut, where it raged, he became a constant visitor, and “studied to shew himself approved unto God, a workman who needeth not to be ashamed.” For a period of upwards of twenty-eight years in this parish, he proved himself the “widow’s stay and orphan’s shield.” His private donations to the poor were considerable; and he always studied to instil into the minds of youth that knowledge “which maketh wise unto salvation.” At the age of 62 years, did our Reverend Pastor complete the days appointed to him here below, and his death marked by signs of having called upon his God, “Let me live the life of the righteous, and let my latter end be like his.” ---

To say what we could to do justice to his character and conduct through life, becomes a duty we cannot fulfil; but will conclude in the words of Divine Revelation:

“Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord: even so saith the Spirit, for they rest from their labours and their works do follow them.”

January 22 1833 JENKINS. On Thursday the 17th instant, MR. ANDREW JENKINS, SEN., of this town [Strabane], merchant, aged 73
February 5 1833 McCORMICK. Suddenly, on Monday 28th ult, BRIDGET, wife of MR. CHARLES McCORMICK, of this town [Strabane] --- her death will be long regretted by her friends and acquaintances, particularly by the poor, whose great benefactress she was
February 5 1833 IRVINE. On Saturday last, CATHERINE, wife of MR. ROBERT IRVINE, of this town [Strabane], Inn-keeper
February 5 1833 WARD. On Saturday last, MR. WILLIAM WARD, of this town [Strabane]
February 12 1833 REID. On Sunday last, MRS. REID, wife of MR. JAMES REID, of this town [Strabane]
March 26 1833 WADE. On the 21st inst. in this town [Strabane], having suffered severely, during a short illness, MRS. CATHARINE WADE, in the 51st year of her age, the much lamented wife of CAPTAIN WADE, late 29th regiment, sincerely regretted by a large circle of friends
April 30 1833 PROFFIT. Yesterday, after a severe illness MISS PROFFIT, of this town [Strabane]
May 7 1833 KEYS. After a short illness, in this town, on Friday the 4th instant, FRANCIS KEYS, ESQ., Attorney, formerly of Killynoogan, Co. Fermanagh. He had been long an inhabitant of Strabane, propitiating whilst living the friendship and respect of all, and exciting by his death, their most sincere regret
May 21 1833 HUMPHRYS. In this town [Strabane], on Wednesday last, after a lingering illness, MRS. HUMPHRYS, wife of MR. CHARLES HUMPHRYS, of this town, Innkeeper
June 11 1833

HAMILTON. On Thursday last, MISS HAMILTON, daughter of JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], aged 18 years. In few instances have the power of divine grace been more strikingly exemplified than in that of the amiable young lady whose death we now record. Long suffering under an illness peculiarly severe, she endured the chastisement of an Almighty Father’s hand without a murmur - in her, patience had its perfect work, her soul becoming hourly more conformed to the Redeemer’s image as she approached the confines of the eternal world. Having her confidence placed on the Rock of Ages she meekly resigned her soul to him who gave it, leaving to her mourning relatives, “a sure and certain hope” that she has been taken from the pains and conflicts of this transitory scene to the enjoyment of an exceeding - an eternal weight of glory, in her Father’s house above.

Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore thee,

Though sorrow and darkness encompass the tomb,

For thy Saviour hath passed through its portals before thee,

And the light of his love was thy guide through the gloom

June 11 1833 GRAHAM. On Thursday last, after a lingering illness, MISS ANNE GRAHAM, daughter of MR. ANDREW GRAHAM, of this town [Strabane], boot and shoe-maker
June 18 1833 SCOTT. In this town [Strabane] on Sunday last, MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, SEN., formerly of Pettigo, aged 86
June 25 1833 PRATT. On Wednesday [at Strabane], after a long illness, MRS. PRATT, aged 75
July 16 1833 SMYLEY. At Camus [near Strabane], on Wednesday last, at an advanced age, MRS. SMYLEY
July 16 1833 DONNELL. Suddenly, on the evening of Friday last, MR. EZEKIEL DONNELL of this town [Strabane], formerly of Woodend
August 6 1833 HENDRICK. In this town [Strabane] on the 27th July last, WILLIAM HENDRICK, ESQ., superannuated officer of Excise (and father of ASSISTANT SURGEON HENDRICK, of the 34th Regiment, who when quartered in Galway from his zeal and usefulness, during the time Cholera prevailed, received the thanks of the Inhabitants accompanied with a handsome piece of Plate previous to his going to British America, where the Regiment is now stationed.) The late Mr Hendrick was a kind Husband and an indulgent Parent, a warm friend, and a humane man; whilst the oppressive law was in force of fining Townlands £50 or £25 for each Still, Head, and Worm, found on them, by which the innocent suffered for the guilty, and the Officers of the Revenue in general realised large sums of money, he was never known to exceed his duty, or make money by oppressing the people, and although in his youth, the Ministers of his Church to often neglected to impress upon their hearers the “one thing needful” namely, Salvation through Christ alone, yet we trust all his sins have been washed away by the atoning blood of his Saviour. And that he will be found among the number of them to whom the Redeemer when he cometh shall say “Well done, good and faithful servant enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.” ---------- From a Correspondent
August 6 1833 McNAMEE. In this town [Strabane], on Sunday the 28th of July, after a short illness, MR. WILLIAM McNAMEE, tailor
September 10 1833 GIBSON. On Sunday last, at the house of his daughter, MRS. COWAN of this town [Strabane], “in the sure and certain hope of glorious resurrection, through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,’ MR. JOSEPH GIBSON, at the advanced age of 84 years. To a mind highly cultivated and stored with varied and useful knowledge, he added every virtue that adorns the Christian. Gratitude to God, and resignation to the Divine will, were the most conspicuous traits in his character
September 17 1833 BOYD. On Wednesday last, MRS. BOYD, wife of MR. JOHN BOYD, Printer, Castle Street [Strabane]. She had been labouring under severe indisposition for some time, and has left behind her a husband and small family to deplore the severe loss of a most affectionate wife and mother
October 5 1833 CRAIG. At the residence of her son, MR. DAVID CRAIG, of Foyle Street [Londonderry], on Friday, the 4th inst., aged 74, RACHEL, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM CRAIG, of Strabane
October 15 1833 McNAMEE. At Douglas [near Strabane], on Wednesday last, MRS. McNAMEE, wife of MR. JOHN McNAMEE, aged 25years
October 29 1833

CREIGHTON. In Dublin, on Tuesday last, after an illness of only three days, occasioned by a brain fever, MR. MICHAEL CREIGHTON, aged 28 years, brother to MR. CREIGHTON, JUN., of this town [Strabane]. By his death, society has sustained a general loss; his abilities, as professor of writing, general accountant, &c. being universally appreciated, while, at the same time, a breach has been made in the circle of his acquaintance, which will not be easily filled.

His relations, too, have felt a severe wound, which time alone can heal; but, if the sympathy of others, and the high estimation in which their departed friend was held, can alleviate their grief, they have much consolation for their sorrow...

Pent in the narrow clay cold house,

In hopes his ashes wait!

October 29 1833 LOWTHER. Last week, MR. WILLIAM LOWTHER, of this town [Strabane], hair dresser
November 2 1833 RUNNING [GILL]. On Thursday week, the 24th ult., at Mullinasilly, county Armagh, ELIZA, wife of MR. WILLIAM RUNNING, and daughter of the late MR. JOHN GILL, of Strabane
November 5 1833 COLHOUN. On Saturday last, at his residence, No. 2, Upper Temple St, Dublin, JOHN COLHOUN, ESQ., Barrister, eldest son of the late THOMAS COLHOUN, ESQ., of this town [Strabane], Solicitor
November 5 1833 LYONS. On Monday morning, MR. WILLIAM LYONS, of this town [Strabane]
November 5 1833 WATSON. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday the 2d inst., after a few hours’ illness, MR. JOHN WATSON, aged 66. His last hours were cheered by the consoling rites of religion, and his remains were followed to the grave by a great number of Inhabitants of all denominations anxious to pay the last sad tribute of respect to and old an honest townsman
November 26 1833 COCHRAN. On Friday last, ROBERT COCHRAN, ESQ., SEN., of this town [Strabane]
December 28 1833 EDIE. At Newtownlimavady [Co. Londonderry], on Friday week, the 20th inst., MISS EDIE, formerly of Strabane
December 28 1833 HUGHES. In this City [Londonderry], on Thursday week, the 19th inst., MISS MARGARET HUGHES, formerly of Strabane
December 31 1833 FULTON. On Friday last, at Edymore [near Strabane], MRS. FULTON, wife of MR. JOHN FULTON, of that place
December 31 1833 BLAIR. On Thursday last, MISS BLAIR, daughter of MR. BLAIR, Bridgend [Strabane]
January 4 1834 ARBUCKLE. On Tuesday week, MRS. ARBUCKLE, wife of MR. WILLIAM ARBUCKLE, Caldhame, near Strabane
January 4 1834 BLAIR. On Thursday the 26th ult., MISS ELIZABETH BLAIR, aged 14 years, daughter of MR. SAMUEL BLAIR, of Bridge End, Strabane
January 7 1834 MULLEN. On Sunday last, the 5th of January, after a lingering illness, MR. THOMAS MULLEN, of this town [Strabane], Bookbinder
January 21 1834 CLEMENTS. On Wednesday last, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Hester, wife of MR. ANDREW CLEMENTS of this town [Strabane]
February 4 1834 HAMILTON. On Wednesday last, after a short illness, MR. JAMES HAMILTON, of this town [Strabane], aged 54
March 4 1834 HAMILTON. On the morning of Sunday last, at the advanced age of 82, FRANCES, relict of the late CLAUDE HAMILTON, ESQ., of this town [Strabane] and Munterlony. Her many virtues and benevolent kindness endeared her not only to a numerous circle of friends, but also to every person to whom she was known. This respectable Lady, notwithstanding her advanced age, retained the possession of all her faculties unimpaired to the last, and departed this life, in a sure and steadfast hope of a happy eternity, through the merits of her Redeemer. We understand, that her remains will be removed at ten o’clock to-morrow from her residence in this town to the family vault at Leckpatrick
March 25 1834 KERR. At Cavanalee, near this town [Strabane], at the advanced age of 92, MR. ALEXANDER KERR
March 25 1834 GLASSE. On Saturday last, after a lingering illness, MR. JOHN GLASSE, son of the late JOHN GLASSE, ESQ., Attorney of this town [Strabane], aged 25 years
March 8 1834 HUGHES. At Greenfield, near Strabane, on the morning of the 2nd ult., ELIZABETH, wife of SAMUEL HUGHES, ESQ., aged 43 years
April 22 1834 McCORMICK. On Friday the 18th inst. in the 56th year of his age, MR. CHARLES McCORMICK, for many years Spirit Merchant of this town [Strabane]. The good qualities of this man are too numerous and too well known to be described, -- let it suffice to say, that the number and respectability of those who followed his remains to the grave, bore sufficient testimony of his steady integrity and charitable demeanour through life, and universal esteem and regret in death. ---- Requiescat in Pace
April 29 1834 HOLMES. In this town [Strabane] on Tuesday last, after a short illness MR. JOHN HOLMES, an old and respectable inhabitant
April 29 1834 EDIE. In this town [Strabane]after a tedious illness, on Wednesday last, EDWARD EDIE, ESQ., for many years Recorder of this town, and Justice of the Peace
May 20 1834 MEASE. In Florida, South Carolina, on the 15th day of March last, after a long illness, aged 24 years, ROBERT MEASE, ESQ., only son of the late JOHN MEASE, ESQ., of this town [Strabane]. He was an affectionate son and brother, and a kind friend. His death is deeply regretted by his afflicted relatives and a numerous circle of friends
May 24 1834 BOAKE. At Stragolan, near Strabane, on the 19th inst., of Consumption, MR. JAMES BOAKE, formerly of the Derry Stamp Office, aged 19 years
May 27 1834 BOAK. On Tuesday morning the 27th inst., MR. JAMES BOAK aged 19 years, eldest son of MR. J. BOAK, of Stragullen [near Strabane]
May 31 1834 FLEMING. On Tuesday, at Galloney, the seat of JOHN SMYTH, ESQ., after a tedious illness, MATILDA, daughter of the late PATRICK FLEMING, ESQ., of Strabane
June 17 1834 SPROULE. Very suddenly, on Sunday last, MR. ROBERT SPROULE of this town [Strabane]
June 17 1834 HOUSTON. At Cavanalee, near this town [Strabane], on Monday last, after a lingering illness, MR. THOMAS HOUSTON, aged 74
July 15 1834 KING. In this town [Strabane], on Friday last, after a lingering illness, MISS KING, aged 70
July 15 1834 WAUCHOB. On the 10th inst. [at Strabane], MRS. MARGARET WAUCHOB, aged 50. She was a loving wife, and a mother, who set her children a Christian example, infusing into their minds early notions of piety and virtue; and as to her character as a friend and neighbour, it was clearly evinced by the numerous and respectable attendance following her remains to the family burying ground at Stranorlar [Co. Donegal]
July 22 1834 FARRELL. On Tuesday last, MRS. FARRELL, wife of MR. JOHN FARRELL, of Derrygalt [Dergalt], near this town [Strabane]
July 29 1834 LOUGHRY. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MARY LOUGHRY, aged 105 years
September 13 1834 ROGAN. In this City [Londonderry], on Saturday last, MRS. ROGAN, relict of the late DR. ROGAN, of Strabane
September 30 1834 McLAUGHLIN. On Tuesday last, MR. PATRICK McLAUGHLIN, of this town [Strabane]
Oct 7 1834 CREIGHTON. On Wednesday last, in the 83rd year of his age, MR. CREIGHTON, a respectable inhabitant of this town [Strabane], for the last 18 years. He was distinguished through life, by a humane disposition, sincere friendship, and true benevolence. He was exemplary as an affectionate parent, a sincere Christian, and a patient sufferer, under a long and protracted affliction. He now reposes in the bosom of that Almighty Saviour, in whom alone, his best hopes were founded, where the bitter cup of death is forgotten, in the fullness of that glory “which eye hath not seen nor ear heard” nor as yet “hath entered into the heart of man to conceive.- “Be ye also ready.”
Oct 7 1834 RUTHERFORD. On Thursday morning last, after a very short illness, MR. JAMES RUTHERFORD, son of the late MR. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD, of this town [Strabane], Tanner
October 11 1834 DUNN. Yesterday, MR. CHARLES DUNN, of Springhill, near this town [Strabane]
December 2 1834 SAYERS. On Thursday last, MR. SAMUEL SAYERS, of Bearney, near this town [Strabane]
December 16 1834 HOUSTON. At Cavanalee, near this town [Strabane], on Tuesday morning last, after a lingering illness, JANE, youngest daughter of the late MR. THOMAS HOUSTON, of same place
January 1 1835 CARROLL. It is our painful duty to announce the death [at Strabane] of one of our proprietors, MR. JOHN CARROLL. His dissolution took place on Sunday evening last, about six o’clock, after an illness of only a few days which he bore with the most perfect resignation to the will of his Divine Master. Delicacy forbids that we should say anything of the many amiable dispositions by which Mr Carroll was characterised; nor indeed is it necessary that we should do so, in a community with which he was identified from his birth, and in which he spent a life of nearly of 50 years with the most unimas peachable integrity
March 3 1835 STEVENSON. Of small pox, on Tuesday morning last, MARY JANE STEVENSON, daughter of MR. WILLIAM STEVENSON of Carrygullon, near this town [Strabane]
March 17 1835 HAMILTON. On Monday se’nnight, very suddenly, MRS. HAMILTON, wife of the late MR. JAMES HAMILTON, of this town [Strabane]
April 17 1835

ORR. On Friday last, after a protracted illness which he bore with much resignation, WILLIAM ORR, ESQ., aged 50 years. Seldom, indeed, have we had occasion to record the death of an individual, so generally and deservedly esteemed as Mr. Orr. The inhabitants of this town [Strabane], as a mark of their respect, closed their shops and suspended every kind of business until after the funeral which took place yesterday morning at Ten o’clock. His remains were followed to the grave by all the respectable people in the town and neighbourhood.

Cut off in the prime of life, and midst of usefulness, the removal of Mr Orr will long be felt in Strabane --

His extensive property (particularly in the town) gave him great influence, and that influence he invariably and promptly exercised in promoting every useful and benevolent object. He was an indulgent Landlord, a sincere and unostentatious friend, and his general disposition was characterized by integrity, independence, and generosity

April 14 1835 STEWART. After a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, MRS. STEWART, wife of MR. S. STEWART, Back-street [Strabane]
April 21 1835 HUMPHRYS. On the morning of Thursday, the 14th inst., at the age of 4 years, CARBERRY ALEXANDER, youngest son of MAJOR HUMPHRYS Provost of this town [Strabane]
May 19 1835 BAIRD. On Friday last, MR. JOHN BAIRD of this town [Strabane], hairdresser
May 19 1835 HAMILTON. At Edymore, near this town [Strabane], on Friday last, MR. JAMES HAMILTON
June 9 1835 HENDRICK. Last week, after a short illness, MISS HENDRICK, daughter of the late DR. HENDRICK, of this town [Strabane]
June 23 1835 McINTOSH. On Saturday last, MR. ROBERT JONES McINTOSH, son of MR. JAMES McINTOSH, of this town [Strabane]
June 30 1835 MURPHY. Yesterday morning, after a long illness, which she endured with the most Christian fortitude and resignation, MRS. MURPHY, wife of MR. MICHAEL MURPHY, of this town [Strabane]
July 14 1835 STEWART. On Wednesday last, MR. ROBERT STEWART, of this town [Strabane], at the advanced age of 80 years. His remains were followed to the grave by a very large and respectable number of the inhabitants, anxious to testify their esteem for one who was through life, respected by all who knew him
August 25 1835 WARD. Yesterday, very suddenly, at Curly Hill, near this town [Strabane], MR. OWEN WARD, mason
September 8 1835 GRAHAM. On Thursday last, at Moville [Co. Donegal], where she had been for some time, for the benefit of the sea, MRS. ISAAC GRAHAM, of this town [Strabane], most deservedly regretted by all who knew her. Her remains were brought to Strabane on Saturday last, and a vast number who met the funeral procession gave melancholy evidence of the general esteem in which she was held. Her illness had been long protracted, and was submitted to with a degree of piety and resignation calculated to give every comfort and consolation to her extensive circle of friends and relatives. Her removal will be generally felt, as she was always an active supporter of all the charitable and benevolent institutions within the sphere of her influence
September 29 1835 MORTON. On the 26th instant, at Strabane, MARY, relict of the late MR. SAMUEL MORTON, aged 74 years
October 20 1835 DONAGHY. On Tuesday morning, ISABELLA DONAGHY, daughter of MR. JOHN DONAGHY, of Edymore [near Strabane]
November 3 1835 McNEELY. Yesterday morning, after a long and painful illness, which she endured with the most pious resignation MISS ELIZABETH McNEELY, of this town [Strabane]
November 10 1835 AIKEN. Suddenly se’nnight, at Edymore, near this town [Strabane], MRS. AIKEN
November 10 1835 WATSON. Last week, MR. JAMES WATSON, of Liskinbuy, near this town [Strabane]
November 10 1835 RUTHERFORD. On Monday, Nov. 2, MR. JOHN RUTHERFORD, of this town [Strabane]
Nov 17 1835 FARQUHAR. On Wednesday last, JAMES FARQUHAR, ESQ., Solicitor of this town [Strabane], aged 90
Nov 17 1835 GRAHAM. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, after a long illness, MR. JOHN GRAHAM, an old and respectable inhabitant, aged 72 years
November 21 1835 SCOTT. On Tuesday week, MRS. SCOTT, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, of Ballycolman, near Strabane
January 9 1836 SCOTT. On the 13th ult., at her residence, Park Cottage, near Strabane, MRS. SCOTT, relict of the late MR. ROBERT SCOTT, of Ballycolman
January 19 1836 HUMPHRYS. On Wednesday morning, MR. CHARLES HUMPHRYS, of this town [Strabane], aged 70. He was a man universally respected, and bore a most excellent character
March 1 1836 McGUIRE. On Tuesday last, MR. ANDREW McGUIRE, of Carrigullan, near this town [Strabane]
March 15 1836 BAIRD. On Wednesday last, MRS. BAIRD, wife of MR. DANIEL BAIRD, of Londonderry, formerly of this town [Strabane]
March 24 1836 LARMOUR. At Strabane, on Sunday evening, the 3rd inst., of consumption, FRANCIS JOHN, aged 15 years, youngest son of MR. FRANCIS LARMOUR, coach builder
April 16 1836 McGARRIGLE. Very suddenly, on Sunday morning last, MR. P. McGARRIGLE, of Strabane, provision merchant
May 3 1836 FINNEY. In this town [Strabane] on Monday last, LIEUTENANT FINNEY
May 24 1836 McADAM. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MISS ANN JANE McADAM, daughter of the late MR. DANIEL McADAM
July 12 1836 STARRETT [ROULSTON]. In this town [Strabane], on Tuesday last, at the house of her son-in-law, SURGEON PATTERSON, R.N. MRS. STARRETT, relict of THOMAS STARRETT, ESQ., of Letterkenny [Co. Donegal], and sister to the late JOSEPH ROULSTON, ESQ., K.C.L.L.D. a lawyer whose eminence was long known throughout the North West circuit. On Thursday the remains of this estimable Lady (accompanied by a large assemblage of friends of all denominations, anxious to pay this melancholy tribute to departed worth), were interred in the churchyard of the latter town in the grave of her husband. It may be truly said, in her were united the genuine, but ostentatious, graces of Christianity -- she lived the life, as she died the death, of the righteous, relying on the alone atonement of her Redeemer. In the various relations of wife, mother, friend and acquaintance, few could excel her in goodness of heart or amiability of character
July 26 1836 ARBUCKLE. On Wednesday, the 20th instant, in the 73rd year of her age, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and pious resignation, MARTHA, relict of the late MR. JOHN ARBUCKLE, merchant, of this town [Strabane]. She was an affectionate parent, and a sincere, humble follower of her Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ
October 25 1836 BOGAN. In this town [Strabane], on Saturday last, MR. HUGH BOGAN, publican
November 1 1836 KELLY. On Friday last, in this town [Strabane], MR. THOMAS KELLY
December 27 1836 JOHNSTON. On Thursday morning, at Camus [near Strabane], MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNSTON, relict of the late MR. SAMUEL JOHNSTON
December 27 1836 STEWART. Very suddenly, this morning, MR. WILLIAM STEWART, of this town [Strabane], publican, very deeply regretted by all who knew him
January 17 1837 HUGHES. On Saturday evening last, MR. MICHAEL HUGHES of this town [Strabane], aged 83
February 28 1837 SCOTT. At Hill Cottage, near this town [Strabane], on Sunday last, MATILDA, daughter of the late JOHN SCOTT, ESQ., of this town
March 21 1837

DEATH OF JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ.

It is our melancholy duty to announce the death of JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., which occurred at his residence in this town [Strabane], on Friday last, after a protracted illness, in the 67th year of his age. During his long life, which was almost constantly spent in this neighbourhood, he distinguished himself by acts of liberality, and attention to the necessities of the poor, who have in his death to deplore the loss of a generous and kind benefactor. his conduct as a Magistrate of the Counties of Tyrone and Donegal, which situation he filled for many years, was distinguished by the strictest impartiality and kindness of demeanour. We have seldom seen a larger concourse of the gentry and merchants of this town and neighbourhood than assembled yesterday morning to pay the last sad tribute of respect to the memory of this lamented Gentleman. His remains were interred in the family vault of this town.

May 13 1837 MEASE. On May 5, at Cove [Co. Cork], MARGARET, second daughter of ANDREW MEASE, ESQ., M.D., late of Strabane
August 19 1837 McCAMPBELL. On Monday, at Strabane, very suddenly, MR. BRYAN McCAMPBELL
December 2 1837 BRODIE. On Monday, 27th Nov. MR. JOHN BRODIE, fourth son of MR. JAMES BRODIE, nursery and seedsman, Strabane, aged 23 years
December 9 1837 WALKER. On Saturday the 2nd inst., at Strabane, JAMES WALKER, ESQ., of Hollymount, co. Tyrone, and formerly of this City, aged 77 years
December 23 1837 ARBUCKLE. At Strabane, on Saturday, MISS [ANNE] ARBUCKLE, daughter of the late JOHN ARBUCKLE, of the same place
March 10 1838 GRIMANI. At the Rectory, Strabane, on the 8th inst., MRS. GRIMANI in her 78 year
April 28 1838 SPROULE. On Wednesday, the 18th inst., at the residence of his brother, MR. MOSES SPROULE, Inchany, MR. H. SPROULE, merchant, Strabane
June 2 1838 COWAN. On Monday morning, in Strabane, MRS. COWAN, relict of the late CHRISTOPHER COWAN, ESQ., of that Town
June 9 1838 McCREA. Suddenly, at Strabane, on Monday morning se'nnight, MRS. McCREA, relict of the late JAMES McCREA, ESQ., of Farmhill
August 18 1838 LARMOUR. In Strabane, on Saturday last, ANNE JANE, daughter of MR. FRANCIS LARMOUR, of that Town
August 18 1838 McCLENAGHAN. On Sunday, last at Magheracolton, GEORGE McCLENAGHAN, ESQ., formerly of Strabane
September 15 1838 ADAMS. At the residence of his son, MR. JOHN ADAMS, Ballydevitt [Co Londonderry], on the 4th inst., MR. JAMES ADAMS, of Strabane, linen merchant, aged 62 years
September 29 1838 LYONS. At Strabane, on Monday last, MARTHA, daughter of the late GEORGE LYONS, ESQ., of Springville, near Ballymagorry
October 13 1838 SMYLY. On Tuesday week, MR. ROBERT SMYLY, of Carrygullon, near Strabane, aged 88 years
October 20 1838 DOHERTY. On Tuesday, the 9th inst., of fever, at his residence in West George Street, Glasgow, MR. HUGH DOHERTY, merchant, formerly of Strabane. He died a few days before the arrival of his new ship, the "Glenswilly", one of the finest vessels yet turned out of British America
November 10 1838 GLASSE. At Strabane, on Monday morning, 5th inst., JANE, eldest daughter of WILLIAM GLASSE, ESQ., solicitor, aged 4 years and 5 months
November 17 1838 SLOANE [JOHNSTON]. At Strabane, on the 7th inst., MRS. SLOANE, daughter of the late ARCHIBALD JOHNSTON ESQ., of Cooleslin, county Donegal, and niece to the late JOSEPH ROLLESTON, ESQ., K.C
January 12 1839 WATSON. At Strabane, on Monday, the 7th inst., ELIZA, the beloved wife of MR. THOMAS WATSON, ESQ., aged 26 years, leaving two infant daughters to mourn her death
January 19 1839 BROWN. On Thursday last, at the residence of her daughter, in Strabane, MARTHA, wife of MR. ANDREW BROWN, formerly of Castlerow, near Coleraine [Co. Londonderry], aged 80 years
May 11 1839 REID. On Thursday last, at Strabane, MR. GEORGE REID
June 8 1839 RUTHERFORD. In Butcher Street, Strabane, Sunday last, MISS SARAH RUTHERFORD
June 29 1839 ALEXANDER. On Sunday last, at Strabane, MRS. ALEXANDER, relict of the late JOHN ALEXANDER, of that town, printer
July 6 1839 HUGHES. At Strabane, on Wednesday last, MR. ANDREW HUGHES, nursery and seedsman
July 6 1839 McHUGH. At Strabane, after a tedious illness, MR. CHARLES McHUGH, butter dealer
August 31 1839 ENTRICAN. At Gortlougher, near Strabane, on Tuesday last, MRS. ENTRICAN, relict of the late JAMES ENTRICAN, of Strabane, aged 81
August 31 1839 HAMILTON. At Strabane, on Thursday last, MRS. HAMILTON, relict of the late WILLIAM HAMILTON, ESQ., of that Town, at an advanced age of 97
August 31 1839 BAMPTON. On the 2nd July, at St. John's, New Brunswick, CHARLES BAMPTON, M.D., a native of Strabane, county Tyrone
August 31 1839 MARTIN. Suddenly, on the evening of Thursday last, MRS. MARTIN, relict of the late MR. JAMES MARTIN, of Carrigoland, Strabane, aged 84
August 31 1839 PHILLIPS. At Strabane, on Monday the 12th inst., ELIZABETH, daughter of the late DR. PHILLIPS, aged 7 years
October 5 1839 GILLESPEY. At Strabane, on Monday, the 23rd ult., MISS JANE GILLESPEY, at an advanced age
December 14 1839 BAILEY. At Derrygalt [Dergalt], near Strabane, on Friday last, MRS. BAILEY, relict of the late MR. JOHN BAILEY, of Carricklee
December 21 1839 BALLANTINE. At Drumnaboy, near Strabane, on the 10th inst, after a lingering illness, MR. WILLIAM BALLANTINE, in the 77th year of his age
December 28 1839 GRAHAM. At Tennessee, North America, in October last, WILLIAM GRAHAM, son of the late ANDREW GRAHAM, ESQ., Royal Navy, formerly of Cavanalee, near Strabane
December 28 1839 EDIE. At Strabane, on Monday week, MRS. EDIE, relict of the late E. EDIE, ESQ., formerly Recorder of that Town, and Justice of the Peace for county Tyrone
January 18 1840 PORTER. At his residence, Trafalgar, near Strabane, CAPTAIN GEORGE PORTER, R.N., aged 75 years. More than forty years in the service, he had the honour to share in the glory of the battles of Copenhagen and Trafalgar
February 8 1840 WILSON. On Tuesday last, MR. THOMAS WILSON, publican, Strabane
July 11 1840 McCARTER. In Strabane, on the 5th inst., MR. THOMAS McCARTER, aged 37 years
July 18 1840 JENKINS. At Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday, 22nd May, after an illness of 24 hours, MR. DAVID JENKINS, formerly of Strabane, Ireland, aged 24 years
July 25 1840 GRAHAM. On Wednesday morning, the 22nd inst., at her residence, Market House Street, Strabane, at an advanced age, MRS. ANNE GRAHAM
August 22 1840 McCARTER. On Wednesday last, at Strabane, MR. ROBERT McCARTER, schoolmaster
September 12 1840 BUCHANAN. In Strabane, on Saturday se'nnight, of fever, MATILDA, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN BUCHANAN, leather cutter
October 3 1840 ALEXANDER. On the 24th ult., at Strabane, in her 70th year, ELIZABETH, daughter of the late REV. ANDREW ALEXANDER, of Urney
October 17 1840 CAMPBELL. At Bridge Street, Strabane, on Thursday last, MRS. CAMPBELL, wife of MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, merchant
October 31 1840 BROWN. On Saturday last, at Strabane, ANDREW BROWN, ESQ
December 5 1840 COLHOUN. On the 1st inst., at Strabane, in the 68th year of her age, JANE, relict of THOMAS COLHOUN, ESQ
December 12 1840 McFARLAND. On Sunday, the 6th inst., the Coroner of Coleraine [Co. Londonderry],held an inquest on the body of a poor travelling man, named ANDREW McFARLAND, who died in a miserable state, in Long Commons. He communicated that he was from the neighbourhood of Strabane, shortly before he died. Verdict -Visitation of God
December 12 1840 THOMPSON. On Saturday last, 5th inst., after a few days illness, MR. WILLIAM THOMPSON, of Strabane, leather cutter, aged 81
January 9 1841 BLAIR. On Friday last, after a lingering illness, MRS. BLAIR, wife of MR. JOHN BLAIR, of Strabane, merchant
January 9 1841 SMYTH. On the 25th ult., at the residence of her nephew, MR. JOHN ADAMS, Ballydevitt [Co Londonderry], MISS ANNE SMYTH, aged 72 years, formerly of Strabane
February 6 1841 MOONEY. Suddenly, in Strabane, on Saturday morning, MR. DAVID MOONEY
February 20 1841 GWYNNE. At Strabane, on Sunday night, MR. RICHARD GWYNNE, son of MR. RICHARD GWYNNE, merchant tailor
February 20 1841 JENKINS. On Wednesday morning last, ESSY, relict of the late MR. OLIVER JENKINS, of Strabane, aged 54 years
February 20 1841 RAMSAY. At Strabane, on Sunday night, MR. JAMES RAMSAY, of Bridgend
March 27 1841 GAMBLE. Suddenly, at Castlefin [Co. Donegal], on Thursday week, WILLIAM GAMBLE, ESQ., formerly of Strabane
March 27 1841 BOYLE. On Monday night, MR. WILLIAM BOYLE, of Strabane
April 10 1841 McDOUGALL. In Strabane, on Wednesday week, MR. CHARLES McDOUGALL, innkeeper
April 17 1841 BOYLE. On Tuesday, the 6th inst., aged 58, after a painful and lingering illness, MARGARET, the wife of MR. BOLTON BOYLE, of Strabane, cabinet maker
April 24 1841 O’NEILL [CONWAY]. An inquest was held in Strabane on Wednesday, the 21st inst., by JOSEPH ORR, ESQ., coroner, on view of the body of CATHERINE O’NEILL, alias CONWAY, who was found dead in her own house on Monday last. Her daughter NANCY CONWAY, was seen to have beaten her in the street, and vowed to murder her upon return home. A verdict in accordance with the facts was returned and the daughter committed to trial at the next assizes
June 19 1841 ARMSTRONG. At Strabane, on Friday last, ARCHIBALD ARMSTRONG, ESQ., Chief of Police in that Town
June 26 1841 CAMPBELL. At Strabane, on Wednesday week, MRS. CAMPBELL, relict of the late MR. CAMPBELL, of that town, tobacconist
July 3 1841 McCANDLESS. On Friday, the 18th ult., after a few days illness, aged 71 years, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of MR. JAMES McCANDLESS, of Strabane, Watchmaker
July 10 1841 O’NEILL. On the 2nd inst., at Strabane, in the 59th year of his age, MR. HENRY O’NEILL, harbour master. He leaves a widow to deplore his untimely loss
July 17 1841 THOMPSON. At Strabane, on Thursday, 8th inst., at an advanced age, MARGARET, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM THOMPSON, much and deservedly regretted. She only survived her husband, to whom she was deeply attached by only seven months
August 14 1841 LINDOP. At Strabane, on Thursday last, MR. EDWARD LINDOP, shoemaker, aged 19 years
August 28 1841 MORTON. At Carrygullon, near Strabane, on Saturday last, MR. ROBERT MORTON aged 84 years
September 4 1841 GRAHAM. On Saturday last, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, LILLY, wife of MR. JAMES GRAHAM, of Curley Hill, near Strabane
November 6 1841 HAMILTON. At his house, on Thursday, the 21st October, MR. ROBERT HAMILTON, aged 69, one of the oldest and most respectable merchants in Strabane, sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who were acquainted with him
November 6 1841 McDOUGALL. At Strabane, on Tuesday week, MRS. McDOUGALL, relict of the late MR. CHARLES McDOUGALL
November 27 1841 HALIDAY. At Strabane, on Friday the 12th inst., MR. HUGH HALIDAY
January 2 1842 BOYLE. On Saturday last, Councillor BOYLE, of Strabane
February 5 1842 McCREA. On the morning of the 21st of January, at the residence of her son, MR. ARCHIBALD McCREA, Strabane, JANE, relict of the late MR. JAMES McCREA, of Lifford [Co. Donegal], at the advanced age of 88 years, after a short illness
February 19 1842 NELSON. At Strabane, on Wednesday last, MARGARET, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM NELSON, aged 81 years
February 26 1842 MAXWELL. On Wednesday last, at Bridge Street, Strabane, MR. CHARLES MAXWELL. Throughout his life he had been distinguished by his uprightness of his conduct and the kindness and amiableness of his disposition
March 5 1842 DIVEN. On Saturday morning, MRS. DIVEN, of Milltown, Strabane, wife of R ROBERT DIVEN, of said Place
March 5 1842 MAXWELL. On Wednesday week, after a very short illness, MR. CHARLES MAXWELL, of Bridgend, Strabane, very deservedly lamented by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance
March 5 1842 MEANS. On Wednesday week, at Bearney, near Strabane, MR. WILLIAM MEANS, aged 90
March 19 1842 BLAIR. At Strabane, on Sunday last, MR. ANDREW BLAIR, son of MR. SAMUEL BLAIR, Bridgend
March 19 1842 DOHERTY. At Strabane, on Sunday last, MR. WILLIAM DOHERTY
March 26 1842 HUSTON. On Wednesday last, at Drumnabuoy, near Strabane, MR. WILLIAM HUSTON
April 30 1842 LARMOUR. On the 22nd inst., MR. DAVID LARMOUR, youngest son of MR. FRANCIS LAMOUR, of Strabane
May 7 1842 ANDERSON. On the 4th inst., at Strabane, of malignant scarletina, ROBERT, eldest son of HEAD CONSTABLE ANDERSON, Constabulary, aged 12 years
July 23 1842 MEASE. July 13th, at Essex Quay, Dublin, after a long illness, which she endured with Christian resignation, CATHERINE SOPHIA, youngest daughter of the late JOHN MEASE, ESQ., Strabane
August 6 1842 HUNTER. At Strabane, on Wednesday, the 27th ult., in the 58th year of his age, DOCTOR HUNTER, of Ramelton [Co. Donegal]
September 24 1842 MONAGHAN. Yesterday morning, at his residence, in Strabane, MR. PATRICK MONAGHAN, SEN., aged 67 years
October 22 1842 COOKE. At Strabane, on Saturday, the 15th inst., after two months illness, of disease of the brain, JOHN, eldest son of MR. WILLIAM COOKE, JUNIOR, aged seven years
October 29 1842 WAUCHOB. At Strabane, on Wednesday, the 26th inst., of a sudden attack of inflammation, which he bore with patient resignation, MR. EDWARD WAUCHOB, saddler, aged 32 years
November 12 1842 FRIZZELL. In Strabane, after a lingering illness, on Monday, the 7th inst., in the 25th year of his age, MR. GALBRAITH FRIZZELL, printer, third son of MR. A. FRIZZELL, boot and shoemaker
November 19 1842 WARNOCK. On Tuesday, the 8th inst., MR ALEXANDER WARNOCK, of Strabane, aged 75 years
February 4 1843 THOMPSON. At Aughavissey, on Monday, the 23rd ult., in the 19th year of her age, after a lingering illness, ELIZA, third daughter of MR. JOHN THOMPSON, and sister of MR. JAMES THOMPSON, JUN., merchant, Strabane
March 11 1843 BROWN. In Strabane, on the 28th ult., MISS CAROLINE BROWN, aged 73 years. She requested some locks of her hair she possessed to be shut in her left hand, the remains of her canary bird into her right hand, a hoop ring of no great value on her finger, and a particular cap on her head, all of which was complied with
March 11 1843 BOYD. On Thursday, 2nd inst., of a lingering illness, JANE, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN BOYD, Strabane
April 8 1843 THOMPSON. On Tuesday evening, the 4th inst., at the residence of his brother in law, WILLIAM IRVINE, Rathfad [Co Londonderry], JOHN THOMPSON, ESQ., formerly of Strabane
April 22 1843 BLAIR. At Strabane, on Friday week, MR. FRANCIS BLAIR
April 22 1843 ORR. On Friday week, at Strabane, MR. ORR, son of MR. JOHN ORR
April 29 1843 LECKY. April 10, after 10 days' illness, of fever, CATHERINE, the beloved wife of MR. WILLIAM LECKY, only daughter of the late OLIVER LECKY, ESQ., of Milmount, in Strabane
July 15 1843 BURGOYNE. On Sunday morning last, at the residence of his mother, LADY BURGOYNE, Percy Place, Dublin, MICHAEL HEAD BURGOYNE, ESQ., son of the late SIR JOHN JAMES BURGOYNE, of Strabane
August 19 1843 IRWINE. At Strabane, on the on the 5th inst., JAMES ALEXANDER, second son of MR. JAMES IRWINE, of the Excise
August 19 1843 LARMOUR. On Sabbath, the 13th inst., in the 25th year of his age, ANDREW LARMOUR, second son of MR. FRANCIS LARMOUR, of Strabane
September 2 1843 ARBUCKLE. On Monday last, MR. JOHN ARBUCKLE, of Springhill, near Strabane
September 2 1843 DOHERTY [BURGOYNE]. At Strabane, county Tyrone, on Tuesday, the 22nd ult., FRANCES, wife of JOHN DOHERTY, ESQ., solicitor, and daughter of the late SIR JOHN BURGOYNE
September 9 1843 GAULT. At Montreal, Lower Canada, on the 12th August last, MR. LESLIE GAULT, late of Strabane
October 14 1843 MAGUIRE. At Strabane, on Friday morning last, after a lingering illness, MR. JOHN MAGUIRE, merchant
October 21 1843 HAMILTON. At Strabane, on Sunday evening last, MR. WILLIAM HAMILTON, of Church Street
October 28 1843 MARTIN. On Monday morning, at Strabane, MR. SAMUEL MARTIN, Innkeeper
November 4 1843 O’HARA. In Strabane, on Tuesday, the 31st ult., after a lingering illness, ELIZABETH, the wife of MR. EDWARD O’HARA
January 6 1844 GORMLY. An inquest was held at Newtownstewart, before the Coroner MR. ORR, on Friday the 22rd ult., on the body of MARY GORMLY which was found in the river near the town of Strabane. It appeared that the deceased had been in company with her husband, at the fair of Cranag, at Plumbridge, and returning home, tried to cross the Glenelly River, when they were swept away by the current. The body of the husband was found four miles below the ford. They had been married only a few weeks. It is a remarkable coincidence that the aunt of the woman, and the uncle of the man, man and wife, were drowned 25 years ago at the same ford, under similar circumstances
January 6 1844 WAUCHOB. At his residence, Strabane, Sunday, 31st December, DANIEL WAUCHOB, ESQ., aged 82 years
January 6 1844 SIMPSON. At Singapore, East Indies, after a short illness, DR JOHN SIMPSON, of Strabane, county Tyrone, Assistant Surgeon, of Her Majesty's ship Dido
March 30 1844 HOLIDAY. In Strabane, on the 23rd inst., aged 73 years, ANNE, relict of the late MR. PATRICK HOLIDAY
April 6 1844 McINTOSH. On Sunday evening last, after a long illness, MISS McINTOSH, daughter of MR. JAMES McINTOSH, brazier, Strabane
April 13 1844 SPENCE. At Strabane, on Tuesday 26th March, MRS. MARGARET SPENCE, aged 69 years
May 4 1844 GRAY. On Saturday week, at Cavanalee, at the house of MR. JAMES HUNTER, her grandfather, HELEN, daughter of MR. JOHN GRAY, printer and stationer, Strabane, aged 17 years
May 4 1844 McINTOSH. At Strabane, on Tuesday, the 30th ult., at the house of his father, the REV. JOHN THEOPHILUS McINTOSH, grandson of the late REV. JOHN JONES, Incumbent, and Rural Dean of the Parish of Templeharvey, diocese of Killaloe and Kilfenora. He was aged 25 years, and was assistant to the REV. ROBERT WILLAN, of Barnsley, Yorkshire, and the REV. LANGLEY, of Olney Parish, Buckinghamshire
May 25 1844 McFARLAND. At Lifford, on Thursday May 23rd, aged 67 years, ISABELLA, the relict of the late JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., of Strabane
June 8 1844 HOLMES. At Philadelphia, on the 30th of April, EDWARD HOLMES, who was a native of Strabane
June 8 1844 McCOLGAN. On Thursday morning, last, MR. JOHN McCOLGAN, of Evish, near Strabane
June 15 1844 FRIZZLE. On the 21st ult., after a lingering illness, MR. JOSEPH FRIZZLE, formerly of Strabane, aged 65 years
July 20 1844 SHEPHERD. On Thursday last, MRS. SHEPHERD, relict of the late MR. THOMAS SHEPHERD, of Strabane
July 20 1844 SIMMS. On the morning of Wednesday, the 16th inst., NICHOLAS, eldest son of MR. NICHOLAS SIMMS, Strabane, aged 16 years
August 10 1844 GRAHAM. On Wednesday last, MR. MICHAEL GRAHAM, Bridge Street Strabane, county Tyrone, formerly of Dromore, county Down, teacher, aged 77 years
August 24 1844 SCOTT. On the 8th inst., near Strabane, MR. M. SCOTT, formerly of Omagh
August 31 1844 COOKE. At Strabane, on the 28th inst., MR. JAMES COOKE, SENIOR, aged 78 years
November 2 1844 BLAIR. On Saturday last, at Mile End Strabane, MR. CUNNINGHAM BLAIR, blacksmith
November 9 1844 McADAM. On the 2nd inst., suddenly at Butcher Street, ELIZABETH, relict of the late MR. DANIEL McADAM, of Strabane
November 16 1844 JARVIS. At Calhame, near Strabane, on Saturday, last, MR. JARVIS
February 22 1845 STEELE. On the 14th inst., at Strabane, in the 99th year of her age, MRS. STEELE, relict of the late MR. JAMES STEELE, Strabane
March 22 1845 PARKER. At Strabane, on Friday week, MR. WILLIAM PARKER, of Clabermore
April 12 1845 McCARDLE. At Strabane, on Monday last, MR. JAMES McCARDLE, watchmaker
April 12 1845 WILSON. At Edymore, near Strabane, on Saturday last, MR. ROBERT WILSON, aged 86 years
May 10 1845 BUCHANAN. Suddenly, on Saturday last, in Strabane, MR. BUCHANAN, dyer
April 12 1845 STEWART. On Wednesday last, at Dergalt, near Strabane, MRS. STEWART, wife of MR. JOHN STEWART
August 23 1845 BONNER. At Newtownlimavady, on the 14th inst., MARY, relict of the late JOHN BONNER, ESQ., of Strabane, aged 61 years
September 20 1845 HAZLETT. On the 8th ult., at his father's house, near Newtownhamilton [Co. Donegal], REV. WILLIAM S. HAZLETT, Minister of the Second Presbyterian Congregation of Strabane, after a long and painful illness
October 4 1845 PARKINSON. At Strabane, on the 26th ult., aged 66, SAMUEL PARKINSON, ESQ., after an illness of a few hours
December 20 1845 BARCLAY. On Tuesday, the 9th inst., JOHN BARCLAY, ESQ., Mourne Lodge, Strabane, in the 54th year of his age
January 17 1846 McASHEE. At Cavanalee, near Strabane, on Saturday week, MRS. McASHEE, wife of MR. JOHN McASHEE, of same Place
January 17 1846 MORTON. Of decline, on the 19th inst., MR. SAMUEL MORTON, Strabane, aged 20 years
February 14 1846 McADAM. In Butcher Street, Londonderry, on the 7th inst., after a painful illness, MARGARET, youngest daughter of the late MR. DANIEL McADAM, of Strabane
April 4 1846 DICK. On the 13th November last, on his voyage from Calcutta to Demerara, DR. JOHN DICK, son of MR. A. DICK, of Strabane
April 25 1846 GAMBLE. In Strabane on Wednesday week, MISS MARIA GAMBLE, daughter of the late MR. ANDREW GAMBLE
June 13 1846 COOK. At Londonderry, on the 7th inst., aged 22 years, JANE, the beloved wife of MR. JAMES COOK, JUN., Strabane, and formerly of this City
August 1 1846 JOHNSTON. On Friday, the 17th ult., at Strabane, JOHN J. JOHNSTON, aged 22 years, eldest son of DAVID JOHNSTON, ESQ., civil engineer
December 12 1846 DICK. On the 28th ult., MR. ALEXANDER DICK, in his 85th year
December 26 1846 PARKER. On the 16th inst., at his residence, in Stragullin, near Strabane, JOHN PARKER, ESQ., in the 84th year of his age
January 2 1847 GWYNNE. On Tuesday, the 29th ult., in her 45th year, after a long illness, MATILDA, wife of MR. WILLIAM GWYNNE, of Strabane
February 6 1847 ARMSTRONG. At Cottage Grove, near Bundoran [Co. Donegal], after a painful illness, EMILY SUSANNA, in the 9th year of her age, the beloved child of the late CAPTAIN ARMSTRONG, of 71st Regiment, and Sub Inspector of the Constabulary, Strabane
February 20 1847 DOHERTY. On the 16th inst., at Strabane, ANDREW ROBERT CHARLETON DOHERTY, son of MICHAEL DOHERTY, ESQ., of Glen House, Clonmany, aged 19 years
April 10 1847 HUGHES. On the 20th ult., at the residence of his son, Bush Mount, near Dungannon, SAMUEL HUGHES, ESQ., late of Strabane
May 1 1847 KYLE. On Wednesday, the 14th ult., at Springhill, near Strabane, MR. WILLIAM KYLE
May 15 1847 DUNLOP. At Strabane, on Thursday, the 29th ult., MRS. DUNLOP, relict of the late MR. DUNLOP
May 29 1847 BORLAND. On the 24th inst., MR. ARCHIBALD BORLAND, saddler, Strabane, aged 59 years
June 19 1847 McDOUGALL. On Sunday, the 13th inst., MR. JAMES McDOUGALL, aged 68 years, Clerk to the Guardians, Strabane Workhouse. He is deeply lamented by a large family, and a great number of relatives and friends
July 3 1847 EAGLESON. In Stragullan, near Strabane, on Tuesday week, MONK EAGLESON, ESQ
July 3 1847 MORTON. In Strabane, on Wednesday week, MR. JOHN MORTON, master of Strabane workhouse
July 3 1847 LYONS. In Strabane, on Monday week, very suddenly, MRS. LYONS, relict of the late MR. LYONS
September 4 1847 SPROULE. In Strabane, on the 29th ult., MR. CHARLES SPROULE, aged 39 years
October 9 1847 ADAMS. At Strabane, on Wednesday week, MRS. ADAMS, relict of the late MR. JAMES ADAMS, Canal Basin
December 18 1847 O’BRIEN. At Strabane, on the 11th ult., MR. FRANCIS O’BRIEN, aged 70, for upwards of half a century one of the most efficient successful teachers of youth in this part of Ireland
February 5 1848 COOK. At her residence, Strabane, on the 28th ult. MARTHA COOK, relict of the late MR. JAMES COOK, SEN., in the 71st year of her age
February 22 1848 ORR. At Strabane, on Monday 21st inst., at the house of MR. JOHN ANDERSON, MISS CATHERINE ORR, in the 102nd year of her age
April 22 1848 McKINNEY. In Strabane, on the 12th inst., MRS. McKINNEY, relict of the late of MR. MICHAEL McKINNEY, of same Place, innkeeper
July 22 1848 McDOUGALL. At Strabane, on the 19th inst., ELLEN, relict of the late MR. JAMES McDOUGALL, aged 50 years
July 29 1848 COLHOUN. On Saturday, the 22nd inst., at Strabane, MARTHA, eldest daughter of SAMUEL COLHOUN, ESQ.
August 5 1848 SMITH. At Moville [Co. Donegal], on the 3rd inst., of rapid decline, FANNY, eldest surviving daughter of the REV. JAMES SMITH, Rector of Strabane, aged 14 years
September 16 1848 HUNTER. At Liskinbuoy, near Strabane, on Thursday, the 31st ult., in the 80th year of her age, ANN, relict of MR. JAMES HUNTER, formerly of Strabane
October 14 1848 MONAGHAN. In Strabane, on Monday last, MRS. MONAGHAN, relict of MR. PATRICK MONAGHAN, of Strabane
October 28 1848 HENDERSON. At Strabane, on Wednesday, the 25th inst., MARGARET, third daughter of MR. JOSEPH HENDERSON
October 28 1848 JOYCE. On the 23rd inst., at her cottage, Strabane, after a few day's illness, AMELIA, daughter of the late EDWARD JOYCE, ESQ., Beechmount
November 18 1848 WILSON. On Thursday evening, at the residence of LIEUTENANT HAMILTON, near Strabane, MR. JAMES WILSON, proprietor of the well known hotel, in Foyle Street, Derry
November 25 1848 LEMON. On the 11th inst., at Strabane, MR. JOHN LEMON
December 23 1848 BLAIR. At Yorkville, South Carolina, 3rd October last, CAPTAIN JOHN BLAIR, aged 78 years. Born in county Tyrone, he spent the early part of his life in Strabane and Donagheady, and later emigrated to America in 1796
January 6 1849 SCOTT. Suddenly, at Strabane, of acute inflammation, on the 31st ult., ISABELLA, daughter of the late JAMES SCOTT, ESQ., of Ballyare, in the county of Donegal
May 12 1849 HOLMES. At Strabane, on Saturday, the 5th inst., ISABELLA, relict of WILLIAM HOLMES, ESQ., aged 76
May 19 1849 KNIGHTING. At the residence of his father in law, MR. JAMES McINTOSH, of Strabane, on Wednesday, the 16th inst., JOHN KNITING [KNIGHTING], ESQ., of Dublin
August 3 1849 COOKE. At Strabane, on Thursday, the 26th ult., after a lingering illness, MRS. DANIEL COOKE, aged 37 years
October 26 1849 BRODIE [TENNANT]. At Columbia, South Carolina, 1st of August, ELIZABETH, daughter of the late ROBERT TENNANT, ESQ., of Ednatoodry, near Fintona, and wife of MR. ALEXANDER BRODIE, formerly of Strabane
November 2 1849 HIGGINS. Suddenly, at Strabane, MR. JOHN HIGGINS, formerly of Dungannon
November 2 1849 LARMOUR. On the 23rd ult., of scarletina, aged 16 years, MARTHA, only surviving daughter of MR. FRANCIS LARMOUR, Strabane
November 16 1849 HAMILTON. At Strabane, on the 8th inst., ISABELLA, last surviving daughter of the late CLAUD HAMILTON, ESQ., MISS HAMILTON, was the last of her race, in the elder branch, next to that of the Marquis of Abercorn, in direct descent from CLAUD HAMILTON, first Baron of Paisley; second cousin of the present SIR JAMES JOHN HAMILTON, of Woodbrook, county of Tyrone, Bart., and nearly related to the noblest blood in this part of Ireland
November 30 1849 COOK. In Strabane, on Tuesday night last, very suddenly, MR. DANIEL COOK aged 59 years
December 7 1849 MAXWELL. On the 5th inst., at his residence in Strabane, MR. JOHN MAXWELL, merchant