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Killyman Parish Death Announcements 1822-67

Death announcements relating to residents of the parish of Killyman, Co. Tyrone extracted from personal announcements inserted in the STRABANE MORNING POST, LONDONDERRY SENTINEL & LONDONDERRY STANDARD
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

Date Death
December31 1822


Extract of a letter from the parish of KILLYMAN, dated Dec. 21:

JAMES HUTCHINSON, a young man, scarcely 30 years of age, of a stout and healthy constitution, and in perfect health, went from his place to Moy, on Saturday evening last, and bought some deal boards, which he left with a carpenter to make a shelf; but melancholy to relate, out of the same boards on the Monday following, was made his coffin! How alarming is this circumstance! How loudly should it sound in the ears of every careless sinner, ‘Prepare to meet thy God, as thy soul, this night, may be required of thee.’ ”

June 19 1830 PHELAN. On the 13th instant, the REV. DOCTOR PHELAN, formerly a fellow of Trinity College, and Rector of Killyman, county Tyrone, and of Artrea, county Derry. He was a man of profound learning and great abilities. The living of Artrea is in the gift of the College, and its acceptance will of course occasion a vacancy at the Junior Board. The living of Killyman is in the gift of the Lord Primate
August 13 1836 RICHARDSON. At his house, in Belfast, on Monday, the 8th inst., THOMAS RICHARDSON, ESQ., late of Killyman, in the county Tyrone
May 4 1839 CRANSTON. April, 23, at Cranebrook, county Tyrone, MRS. CRANSTON, relict of the late JOHN CRANSTON, ESQ., of Ardmanlin, Belfast
July 31 1841 SCOTT. At Cranny, near Omagh, on Thursday, the 15th inst., MR. SAMUEL SCOTT, formerly of Drummuck, in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, aged 76 years. In the various relations of husband, father and friend, his conduct had been most exemplary
December 11 1841 McCLEAN. November 20th, aged 70 years, at his residence near Dungannon, ALEXANDER McCLEAN, ESQ., a distinguished and respected officer of one of the corps of the Killyman Yeomanry, during the rebellion of '98
June 12 1847 CRANSTON. On the 5th inst., at Cranebrook, county Tyrone, WILLIAM FORSTER CRANSTON, ESQ., aged 40 years
August 11 1854 BEWGLASS. On the 6th inst., of whooping cough, in her 12th month, CHARLOTTE, the fifth daughter of MR. ROBERT BEWGLASS, of Woolwich, Kent, formerly of Killyman, county Tyrone, and of Belfast
July 24 1857 BEWGLASS. On the 5th inst., WILLIAM, eighth child of MR. ROBERT BEWGLASS, of Rectory Place, Woolwich, Kent, formerly of Killyman, county Tyrone, aged 21 weeks
October 12 1860 KNOX. October 7, at Bernagh, Dungannon, in her 87th year, CATHERINE ANN, widow of the late HONOURABLE VESEY KNOX, son of the first VISCOUNT NORTHLAND
March 8 1861 KNOX. February 26, at University Square, Belfast, FANNY D.L. KNOX, third daughter of the late REV. E.F. KNOX, and granddaughter of the late HONOURABLE VESEY KNOX, of Bernagh, Dungannon
March 21 1862 KING. March 15, at the residence of the REV. DR. CARSON, Dunlarge, Keady [Co. Armagh], ELIZABETH, relict of the late THOMAS KING, ESQ., surgeon, R.N., late of Bernagh, near Dungannon, aged 71 years
April 18 1862 CRANSTON. April 10, at Cranebrook, county Tyrone, ANNE, wife of JOHN CRANSTON, ESQ
October 17 1862 CONNOLLY. October 11, at Killyman, county Tyrone, MR. HUGH CONNOLLY, aged 26 years
March 11 1864 McELROY. March 5, at the house of her brother in law, the Rev. John West, Newtownhamilton, MARIANNE, relict of the late WILLIAM McELROY, ESQ., Killyman, Dungannon, aged 74 years
December 16 1864 ALEXANDER. On the 13th December, at Cranebrook, county Tyrone, the residence of her son in law, J. CRANSTON, ESQ., CHRISTIAN IZOD, relict of the late JOHN ALEXANDER, ESQ., of Milford, county Carlow, aged 85 years
May 21 1867 BURNS. May 17, at the residence of her sister, MISS CROSS, Killyman, ELIZA, wife of MR. JOSEPH BURNS, Dungannon, aged 58 years