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Artrea Parish, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry (inc. Moneymore), Northern Ireland, Death Announcements 1789-1870

Extracted from personal notices inserted in numerous newspapers
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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Date Notice
February 10 1789 CORRY – Suddenly, Mr. Thomas Corry, jun. of Moneymore (Saunders News Letter)
December 27 1793 BROWN – Near Moneymore, in the 64th year of his age, Mr. James Brown (Saunders News Letter)
November 22 1802 MAGILL – At Anahavil, near Moneymore, Mr. Robert Magill, aged 49 years (Saunders News Letter)
December 5 1808 MARTIN – At Crossnaray, near Moneymore, Miss Elizabeth Martin, in the 92nd year of her age (Saunders News Letter)
January 12 1809 MULHOLLAND – At Belfast, Mr. Andrew Mulholland, formerly of Moneymore (Saunders News Letter)
October 30 1809 MORRISON – In Cookstown, Mr. James Morrison, of Ballycastle, to Miss C. Quin, of Killbackey, near Moneymore (Saunders News Letter)
October 8 1810 CLARKMr. John Clark, of Moneymore (Saunders News Letter)
May 9 1825 HARRIS – At Moneyhaw, near Moneymore, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Henry Harris, son of Mr. George Harris, who had just completed his first session as a student in the Belfast Academical Institution, with credit and reputation (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
April 15 1828 GIBSON – On the morning of the 5th inst., in the 72nd year of his age, Mr. Robert Gibson, of Moneymore. Throughout life, he maintained a character distinguished by the strictest integrity and most unostentatious benevolence. – While piety in the professing Christian, affection in the husband and the parent, and fidelity in the friend, are appreciated in society, his memory will be cherished with esteem and attachment by all who had the happiness of his acquaintance (Belfast News Letter)
November 25 1828 CUSTER – At Ashburn, Moneymore, on the 9th instant, Bernard Custer, Esq., late Surgeon of the Royal Navy. He was a man of extensive information, generous disposition, and benevolent heart (Belfast News Letter)
August 5 1829 THOMPSON – On the 28th ult., at Ballindrum, near Moneymore, at the advanced age of 81, Mr. John Thompson, much-regretted by all his friends and acquaintances (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
December 5 1829 HALL – At Spring Hill, on the 19th Nov., Mr. Richard Hall, aged 88, a native of Yorkshire, the faithful and highly respected Steward of William Lennox Conyngham, Esq., in whose family he had lived 33 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 9 1830 WILSONMr. John Wilson, of Tamladowey, near Moneymore, was in Magherafelt market on Monday last, in his usual health. While on his way to deliver a parcel of oats, he had just sold, he fell down and expired. Apoplexy is supposed to have been the cause of his death. He was a most inoffensive stead, honest man, and has left a wife and large family to lament his loss. (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 15 1830 SLOANE – On the 27th ult., at Maghermacullion, near Moneymore, in the 82nd year of her age, after a very severe illness, Mrs. Sloane, relict of the late Thomas Sloane (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 12 1831 STEELE At Gracefield, near Magherafelt, on Friday, the 4th inst., the Rev. Ninian Steele, aged 81 years, for 52 years a curate of the Established Church, and for upwards of 27 years officiating Minister of the Woods Chapel, in the Parish of Artrea, in this county. His remains were attended to Magherafelt Churchyard by upwards of 5000 persons (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 11 1832 McKEE At Moneymore, on the 23rd ult., after 22 days of great suffering, of fever, which he contracted from some poor persons whom he was attending in his capacity of Surgeon of the Draper's Dispensary, Alexander McKee, Esq., half pay Surgeon of 2nd Garrison Battalion, aged 45. He left 6 infant children, without a mother, to deplore his irreparable loss (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 3 1832 LENNOX CONYNGHAM On the 20th inst., in North Frederick Street, Dublin, Olivia Emily, relict of the late George Lennox Conyngham, Esq., of Springhill, county Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 20 1835 PHELAN On the 7th inst., at Castleblaney, Margaret, relict of the Rev. William Phelan, D. D., late Rector of Ardtrea, in the Diocese of Armagh, and formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 21 1836 SCOTT – On the 12th inst., in Moneymore, John Scott, sen., Esq., in the 84th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 21 1837 CLARKE – At Tamnadoey, near Moneymore, on the 1st inst., aged 81 years, Mr. William Clarke (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 16 1839 SCOTT – On the 2nd inst., in Moneymore, Margaret, relict of the late John Scott, Esq., in the 80th year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 16 1839 MILLER – On Wednesday last, at the residence of her son, Thomas J. R. Miller, Esq., of Blessington Street, Dublin, Margaret, wife of Rowley Miller, Esq., of Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 31 1840 MILLER – Oct. 24, at Moneymore, Charlotte, the infant child of Thomas T. R. Miller, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 6 1841 STEWART – On Wednesday, 27th ult., Alexander Stewart, of Bridge Street, Moneymore, put an end to his life by cutting his throat with a razor. His sister alerted the neighbours and three doctors were summoned but he died within two hours. An inquest was held on Thursday before David McKee, Esq., coroner, a verdict of temporary derangement was returned (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 8 1841 WALKER – On the 8th ult., at Moneymore, Mr. Andrew Walker, teacher of the Moneymore School, formerly of Raphoe, County Donegal. He had not completed his 28th year (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 6 1841 QUIN – On the 27th ult., after a protracted illness, Mary, the beloved wife of Charles Quin, Esq., of Moneyhaw, Moneymore, county Londonderry (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 26 1842 MILLER – At Moneymore, on the 10th inst., in his 11th year, after a lingering illness, Rowley, eldest son of John Rowley Miller, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 20 1842 WRAY – On the 1st inst., at Gortanwrey, near Moneymore, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. John Watters, aged 70 (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 8 1844 TAYLOR – On the 21st ult., aged 78 years, Sarah, beloved wife of Mr. Joseph Taylor, of Gortinewry, near Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 22 1844 McIVER – At Moneymore, on Tuesday last, after a very short illness, Miss Martha McIver (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 28 1846 THOMPSON – On Wednesday, the 11th inst., at Rushfield, near Moneymore, Mrs. Catherine Thompson, wife of the Rev. George Thompson (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 20 1847 PORTLOCK (LENOX CONYNGHAM) – February 23rd, at Corfu, Ionian Islands, of internal inflammation, to the inexpressible grief of her husband, and numerous circle of relatives and friends, Harriette, the beloved wife of Major Portlock, Royal Engineers, and daughter of the late George Lenox Conyngham, Esq., Spring Hill, County Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 3 1847 ANDERSON At Hill Cottage, Moneymore, county Londonderry, on the 25th ult., after two days illness, Mr. James Anderson, aged 58 years, Agriculturist to the Worshipful Company of Drapers (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 11 1847 LENOX CONYNGHAM On The 1st inst., at Spring Hill, county Londonderry, Charlotte Melosina, the beloved wife of William Lenox Conyngham, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 4 1847 McKEE – On Tuesday, the 24th of August, at Armagh, on his way from Dublin, where he had been for the benefit of his health, Mr. Robert McKee, aged 25 years, third son of David McKee, Esq., late of Castledawson, and nephew of John Scott, Esq., Moneymore, county Londonderry (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 18 1847 MORROW – At his residence, Lisnamorrow, on Thursday, the 9th inst., after a short illness, Mr. Gabriel Morrow, aged 76 years. He filled the situation of Parish Schoolmaster at the Chapel of the Woods, Ardtrea, for a term of 48 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 7 1847 STANTON – On the 28th ult., at Tullybuoy, Moneymore, of apoplexy, Mr. William Stanton, in his 55th year (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 25 1847 SCOTT – At Moneymore, on the 15th inst., Miss Margaret Scott, youngest daughter of the late John Scott, Esq., of same place (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 12 1848 CLARKE – At Salterstown House, Ballyrenan, upon the 5th instant, Sarah, relict of the late Alexander Clarke, Esq., aged 73 years (Londonderry Journal)
January 20 1849 SCOTT – On the 12th inst., Jane, beloved wife of Mr. James Scott, Anahavil, near Moneymore, at the advanced age of 82 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 7 1849 HAMILTON – On the 27th ult., at the residence of his brother, Coagh, near Moneymore, Mr. Given Hamilton, jun., aged 25 years. (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 20 1849 WYLIE – July 9, near Moneymore, the Rev. William Wylie, in the 70th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 20 1849 KENNEDY – Nov. 10, at his residence, near the Chapel of the Woods, the Rev. Robert Reid Kennedy, Curate, Incumbent of the Woods District of the parish of Ardtrea (Belfast News Letter)
December 7 1849 CALDWELL – At Moneymore, on the 2nd inst., Robert Caldwell, Esq., merchant, aged 52 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 11 1850 McKEAN – On the 5th inst., at her residence in Moneymore, Catherine, relict of the late Mr. Alexander McKean, and daughter of the late William Graves, Esq., of Ballyronan, aged 66 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 15 1850 STANTON – On the 10th inst., John, the third son of Mr. James Stanton, of Tullyboy, near Moneymore, in the 19th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 21 1851 LENOX CONYNGHAM – On the 17th inst., at Spring Hill, county Londonderry, of malignant typhus fever, John Staples Molesworth Lenox Conyngham, aged 20 years, second son of William Lenox Conyngham, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 16 1851 McKEE – In London, Alexander McKee, surgeon, eldest son of the late Alexander McKee, Esq. of Moneymore, county Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 30 1851 HEWITT – On the 21st inst., at Crosnarea Glebe, Moneymore, James Hewitt, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. and Rev. J. P. Hewitt, and grandson of the late Lord Lifford, aged 28 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 15 1851 STANTON – On the 30th ult., at Tullyboy, Mr. Thomas Stanton, aged 71 yrs. (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 21 1851 McIVER – At Moneymore, on the 12th inst., Mr. Joseph McIver, an old and respectable inhabitant, aged 71 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 2 1852 SMYTH – On the 22nd June, at the residence of her son, Mr. James Smyth, of Gortinadragh, Mrs. Smyth, of Derrybraggy, near Moneymore, county Londonderry (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 24 1852 STANTON – On the 14th December, at Tullybuoy, Moneymore, Mr. James Stanton (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 4 1853 ALLEN January 17, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Campbell, Moneymore, Sarah, relict of the late James Allen, surgeon, Stewartstown, aged 77 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 1 1853 GRAHAM – On Wednesday week, the 23rd ult., at Ardtrea House, aged 21 years, Thomas R. Graham, second son of Joseph Graham, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 30 1853 REED – At Moneymore, on Friday last, the 23rd inst., at the advanced age of 77 years, Mr. William Reed. He joined the Londonderry Militia in 1803, and remained in them till their disembodiment in 1815. During his military life he was much respected by his fellow soldiers, as well as his superior officer. He was in the light company, and was at the taking of Robert Emmett, and in 1803, at Harold's Cross, Dublin, under Major Sirr (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 7 1854 HALL – On the 25th April, at New York, in his 25th year, Richard Hall, a native of Moneymore, county Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 14 1854 CARSON – On the 2nd inst., at his residence, Doneybraggy, near Moneymore, Mr. William Carson, aged 73 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 21 1854 BRYAN – July 10th, suddenly, at the residence of her son in law, Dr. Maxwell, Moneymore, Mrs. Bryan, widow of the late Josiah William Bryan, Esq., Rose Lodge, Magherafelt, in her 83rd year (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 29 1854 MAGEE – At Moneymore, on the 14th inst., Mr. Daniel Magee, aged 44. (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 16 1855 PATTLETON – At Moneymore, county Londonderry, aged 42 years, Mr. Richard Pattleton, for many years agriculturist and latterly forester, to the Worshipful Draper's Company of London (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 28 1855 BLAIR – On the 20th inst., Mr. William Blair, of Moneymore, aged 35 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 18 1856 McKEE – At Gortagilly, near Moneymore, on the 10th inst., the wife of Mr. Robert McKee (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 9 1856 CALDWELL – At Moneymore, on the 3rd inst., Martha, relict of the late Mr. R. Caldwell, aged 72 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 28 1856 McCONKEY – At Muff, near Moneymore, on the 15th inst., Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. William John McConkey (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 12 1858 HARBINSON – At Moneymore, on the 1st inst., Mr. Thomas Harbinson, eleventh son of Mr. William Harbinson, aged 28 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 4 1858 LENNOX CONYNGHAM – On the 29th ult., at Springhill House, Moneymore, William Lennox Conygham, Esq., D. L., J. P., county Londonderry, aged 65 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 11 1858 JUNK – On the 17th February, at Beechworth, Ovens, Australia, the residence of his uncle, Alexander Beckett, Esq., M. D., Mr. Robert Junk, son of the late Mr. James Junk, Drumrott, Moneymore, and grandson of the late Philip Beckett, Esq., of Drumart, Ballymoney, county Antrim (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 25 1858 McCULLAGH – On the 14th inst., at Doneybraggy, near Moneymore, Mr. Kenneth McCullagh, aged 72 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 9 1858 RICHEY – On the 30th ult., at Moneymore, Mr. David Richey, postmaster, which office he held for the last 27 years, aged 78 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 19 1858 McKEE – On the 5th inst., at Hackney, John, second son of the late Alexander McKee, Esq., of Moneymore, county Derry. (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 25 1859 McKINNLY March 18, at Moneymore, Mr. William McKinnly, aged 60 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 22 1859 MEGAW – July 13, at Lismoney, near Moneymore, Mr. Samuel Megaw, at the advanced age of 103 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 16 1860 NESBIT – March 7, of bronchitis, Anna, beloved and only daughter of Mr. Archibald Nesbit, Bridge End, Artrea (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 13 1860 HALL – April 7, at his residence, Maple Lodge, Moneymore, Mr. John Hall, aged 60 years, for forty years landsteward to William L. Conygham, Esq., and latterly to his son, Lieutenant Colonel Conyngham, Springhill, county Londonderry (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 28 1860 MILLER – In India, Lieutenant Rowley Miller, of the 88th Regiment, son of the late Thomas T. R. Miller, Esq., of Dublin, and grandson of Major Miller, of Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 10 1862 RICHEY – December 31, Mr. Samuel Richey, of Moneymore aged 74 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 14 1862 HARKNESS – March 4, at Drumard, Moneymore, Mr. Robert Harkness, aged 63 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 14 1862 McKEE – March 9, at Moneymore, Mary, relict of the late David McKee, Esq., formerly of Greenview, Castledawson (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 22 1861 QUIN – On the 15th March, at Moneyhaw, Moneymore, Michael Quin, aged 39 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 15 1862 WATERS – August 6, at his residence, Gortanewry, Moneymore, county Londonderry, Mr. John Waters, in the 98th year of his age (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 29 1862 EKIN – August 19, Jane, second daughter of John Ekin, Esq., Rockspring, Moneymore, aged 23 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 29 1862 BANKS – August 20, at Mullagharory, the residence of her brother in law, Mr. Wallace Charlton, Margaret, fifth daughter of the late Mr. John Banks, Larrycormick, Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 12 1862 BARNETT – September 8, at 82 Lower Gloucester Street, Dublin, John Barnett, Esq., surgeon, Balla Dispensary, county Mayo, in his 33rd year, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Barnett, Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 19 1862 MILLER – September 11, at Moneymore, after a long and severe illness, Mariana, the beloved wife of Robert Miller, Esq., of Moneymore, aged 57 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 26 1862 MILLER – December 25, at Moneymore, John Rowley Miller, Esq., J. P. (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 6 1863 BECKETT – January 30, at Moneymore, Jane, relict of the late Philip Beckett, Esq., Drommart, Ballymoney, county Antrim (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 22 1863 HARKNESS – May 8, Margaret, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Harkness, Fairview, Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 26 1863 WRIGHT – May 21, at Desertlyn, Moneymore, Gertrude, widow of the late Samuel Wright, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 9 1863 ALLEN – June 4, at Moneymore, Martha, relict of the late John Allen, Cookstown (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 19 1863 HARKNESS – June 15, at Fairview, near Moneymore, Jane, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Harkness (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 18 1863 STIRLING – August 16, at his residence, Moneymore, Captain George Stirling, aged 60 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 4 1863 STIRLING – At Circular Road, Moneymore, Julia Maria Jane, the youngest daughter of the late Captain George Stirling, aged three years and ten months (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 11 1863 WILSON – September 5, at Westside, Nemphlar, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Mr. Archibald Wilson, of Moneymore, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 8 1864 McDEAN – January 8, at Moneymore, Robert McDean, aged 34 years. (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 15 1864 GALWAY – March 11, at Moneymore, Anne, fourth daughter of the late John Galway, aged 22 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 19 1864 HARKNESS – April 14, at Drumard, Moneymore, William, eldest son of the late Mr. Robert Harkness, aged 36 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 20 1864 AGNEW – May 12, suddenly, of apoplexy, at Moneymore, Mr. Alexander Agnew, aged 52 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 31 1864 THOMPSON – May 21, at Ballydawley, near Moneymore, George Thompson, Esq., aged 94 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 9 1864 MILLER – June 4, at Shanghai, China, of cholera, Emily, wife of Rowley Miller, Esq., and youngest daughter of the late John Rowley Miller, Esq., of Moneymore, county Derry (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 25 1864 CARLETON – October 14, at Moneymore, Nancy, wife of Mr. Thomas Carleton, aged 43 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 18 1864 SCOTT – November 12, at Moneymore, John Scott, Esq., eldest son of the late John Scott, Esq., of Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 9 1864 HODDER – December 5, at his residence at Coltrim, near Moneymore, Mr. Charles Hodder of Devonshire, England, aged 68 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 6 1865 ALLEN – On the 4th January, at Moneymore, Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. David Allen, Moneymore, aged 12 years and eight months (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 31 1865 QUIN – On the 24th January, at Moneymore, county Derry, Bessie, daughter of the late Charles Quin, Esq., of Moneyhaw (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 24 1865 MAXWELL – On the 19th February, at Moneymore, county Londonderry, Charlotte, wife of Zachariah Maxwell, Esq., M. D., R. C. S. I. (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 28 1865 McCRORY – At Moneymore, after a lingering illness, Mr. Robert McCrory, Drapers' Arms Hotel, aged 79 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 9 1865 JOHNSTON – April 27, at Spring Hill, Moneymore, Jane Eliza, third daughter of the late John Johnston, Esq., of Thorn Hill, county Monaghan (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 14 1865 MILLER – On the 11th July, at Moneymore, Robert Miller, Esq., solicitor, aged 59 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 18 1865 BARNETT – July 13, at 1 Tower Terrace, Sandymount, after a few days' illness, James Hogg Barnett, Esq., son of the late Rev. Dr. Barnett, of Moneymore, aged 33 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 16 1865 GAUSSEN – October 12, at Chatham, Captain Thomas Lovette Gaussen, R. N., third son of the late David Gaussen, Esq., J. P., Lakeview House, County Londonderry. His remains will arrive in Belfast on Wednesday morning, for interment in the Chapel of the Woods, County Derry (Belfast News Letter)
October 31 1865 HARBISON – October 24, at Moneymore, at an advanced age, Mary, wife of William Harbison, Esq. (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 23 1866 HARTON – February 21, at Moneymore, Mr. Andrew Harton, aged 65 years. (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 27 1866 DEVLIN – An inquest into the death by drowning of Patrick Devlin, was held at Moneymore, and the verdict was reached, that Patrick Devlin had been found drowned in the mill race of Moneymore, on Wednesday, the 7th February, 1866, and the verdict was the injuries he received were inflicted by accident through drunkenness, or by person or persons unknown (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 2 1866 QUIN – February 26, at Cairndaisy House, near Moneymore, James Quin, Esq., aged 75 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 13 1866 OTTERSON – March 10, at his residence, High Street, Moneymore, Samuel Otterson, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 25 1866 HAMILTON – Drowned at Maryborough, Queensland, Australia, in March, whilst bathing, three days after landing, Mr. John Hamilton, son of Mr. James Hamilton, of Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 17 1866 MILLER – July 15, at Moneymore, Major Rowley Miller, J. P., D. L., for forty six years Agent to the Worshipful Draper's Company, London, aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 14 1866 SCOTT – On the 9th September, at Moneymore, county Londonderry, Hannah, widow of the late John Scott, Esq., of Moneymore, aged 40 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 14 1866 GREER – December 11, at Moneymore, Katherine, widow of the late James Greer, Esq., aged 86 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 22 1867 FARRELLY – March 18, at 22 North Boundary Street, Belfast, Mr. Michael Farrelly, a native of Nobber, county Meath, lately of Killybasky, Moneymore, county Derry, aged 67 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 29 1867 SIMPSON – March 25, John Simpson, Esq., of Moneymore, aged 73 years. (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 30 1867 HODDER – April 24, at Moneymore, Mr. Robert Hodder, aged 31 years. (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 24 1867 KERRIGAN (MURRAY) – April 18, at New York, Susan, wife of Daniel Kerrigan, and daughter of Mr. Hugh Murray, late of Moneymore (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 4 1867 SINCLAIR – May 27, ay Moneymore, Eliza, relict of the late Mr. John Sinclair, Moymuclemurry, aged 75 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 24 1867 LENOX CONYNGHAM – December 19, at Springhill, Ernest, infant son of Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Lenox Conyngham (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 18 1868 ANDERSON – At Carrydarragh, near Moneymore, Mr. James Anderson, aged 46 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 18 1868 HARBISON – July 12, at Moneymore, Mr. William Harbison, aged 86 years (Derry Journal)
November 14 1868 DIVER – Nov. 9, at Moneymore, Mr. William Diver, age 99 years and two months (Londonderry Standard)
January 12 1869 DIVER – Jan 6, at Moneymore, Joseph, second son of Mr. Joseph Diver, aged 22 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 17 1869 CAMPBELL – Sept. 13, at her residence, Moneymore, Mrs. Margaret Campbell, aged 64 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 26 1870 CORRY – February 20, at Moneymore, Miss Alicia M. Corry, aged 85 years (Londonderry Standard)
May 24 1870 GRAHAM – May 17, at Moneymore, county Londonderry, Mary, relict of the late Mr. Edward Graham, aged 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 14 1870 KILLEN – Sept. 11, at his residence, Moneymore, Mr. Robert Killen, aged 64 years (Londonderry Standard)