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Armstrong Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-69

Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia


July 1 1823

Died at Dullerton, on Friday last, ARCHIBALD ARMSTRONG, ESQ.



January 6 1841

Married on 1st inst., by the Rev. James Smyth, in the Church of Strabane, WILLIAM McCORKELL, ESQ., of Elagh, to LUCY CAROLINE ARMSTRONG, eldest daughter of CAPTAIN ARMSTRONG, of Strabane

November 12 1847

Married on the 4th ult., in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Bready, by the Rev. Josias A. Chancellor, MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG, of Menaugh Hill, to SARAH, eldest daughter of MR. WILLIAM McNEELY, Maghery Mason, county Tyrone



January 10 1835

Died on Friday last, in consequence of his horse falling on the frost, while riding near Sixmilecross, county Tyrone, SURGEON ARMSTRONG, son of MR. MATHEW ARMSTRONG, of Gortin

May 30 1835

Married on the 20th inst., by the Rev. A. Maxwell, Drumlegagh, the REV. J. ARMSTRONG, of Castlederg, to MISS HUEY, daughter of MR. R. HUEY, JUNR., of Erganagh, and niece to SURGEON HUEY, of the 14th Light Dragoons, and the REV. W. LOVE, Golan

December 24 1836

Died on the 14th inst., at his residence, Ballygawley Castle, in the county Tyrone, RICHARD ARMSTRONG, in the 85th year of his age

June 19 1841

Died at Strabane, on Friday last, ARCHIBALD ARMSTRONG, ESQ., Chief of Police in that Town

October 26 1844

Died on the 27th of August last, at Holland, Jamaica, the residence of his uncle, MATTHEW THOMPSON, ESQ., in the 23rd year of his age, MR. JOHN ARMSTRONG, eldest son of MR. ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Trillick, county Tyrone

November 2 1844

Died on the 19th inst., at Coagh, in the 63rd year of her age, ELIZABETH, the beloved wife of SIMON ARMSTRONG, ESQ.

February 6 1847

Died 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

September 28 1849

Died at his residence, Curr, on the 12th inst., the REV. ARCHIBALD ARMSTRONG, Presbyterian Minister of Clogherney

June 27 1851

Died on the 17th inst., at Bungalo, Lowtherstown [Co. Fermanagh], the residence of her brother, in the 25th year of her age, ELLEN, eldest daughter of MR. ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Hotel, Trillick, after a lingering illness

November 5 1852

Died on the 22nd ult., in Trillick, MR. ROBERT ARMSTRONG

February 25 1853

Married on the 15th February, in the Parish Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. William Quain, WILLIAM GREGG, ESQ., merchant, Belfast, to LUCY, eldest daughter of the late JOHN ARMSTRONG, ESQ., Dungannon

September 8 1854

Married on the 31st ult., at St. Catherine's Church, Dublin, by special licence, by the Rev. R. Vance, WILLIAM BLEAKELY, ESQ., California, eldest son of GREY BLEAKELY, ESQ., county Tyrone, to ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG, of Dungannon

February 26 1858

Died on the 18th inst., of influenza, at Goland Cottage, ROBERT JOHN, son to the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG, Castlederg, aged 8 weeks and 4 days

March 25 1859

Birth March 10, at Bunnynubber, near Omagh, the wife of MONTGOMERY ARMSTRONG, ESQ., of a son

November 30 1860

Married August 30, in Christ Church, Sydney, New South Wales [Australia], MR. JAMES GORDON, fourth son of MR. SAMUEL GORDON, Parish of Tynan, county Armagh, to SELINA, only daughter of the late MR. ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Trillick, Tyrone

January 18 1861

Died January 9, at Sixmilecross, of consumption, WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, son of MR. JAMES H. ARMSTRONG

January 10 1862

Married January 8, in the Chapel of Ease, Derry, by the Rev. Francis Smith, MONTGOMERY M. ARMSTRONG, ESQ.., Ulster Bank, Strabane, to AGNES, eldest daughter of MR. WILLIAM McELWEE, of Clarendon Street, in this City

April 18 1862

Married April 9, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John Crockett, First Castlederg, and the Rev. Mr. Clemens, Tempo, MR. JOHN RUTLEDGE, merchant, to JANE, eldest daughter of the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG, Presbyterian Minister, Goland Cottage, Castlederg

June 27 1862

Married June 19, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. W.A. Russell, MR. JOHN JONES, of Londonderry, to JANE, eldest daughter of the late MR. CHRISTOPHER ARMSTRONG, Strabane

July 17 1863

Died July 14, at Grange, Ballygawley, ANDREW, son of the late ADAM ARMSTRONG, ESQ., aged twenty-four years

September 20 1864

Married on the 15th September, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. John Crockett, assisted by the bride's father, together with Rev. J. Love, Kileter, and the Rev. Josias Mitchel, of Omagh, ROBERT ELLIOTT LAMB, ESQ., of Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, to Sarah CATHERINE ELIZABETH, the second daughter to the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG, of Goland Cottage, Castlederg

September 27 1864

Died September 18, at Bunnynubber, near Omagh, SARAH NICHOLINA, fifth daughter of MONTGOMERY ARMSTRONG, ESQ., aged 9 years

September 30 1864

At an inquest, last week, at Aughnascribben, near Mountfield, Omagh, on the body JAMES ARMSTRONG, aged 6 weeks. His parents were working in the fields and returning to the house, found a pig in the act of devouring the child

November 14 1865

Died November 9, at Grange, Ballygawley, MARGARET, relict of the late ADAM ARMSTRONG, ESQ., aged 51 years

December 5 1865

Married November 30, in Glenhoy Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Dales, MR. JOHN CAIRNS, to MISS ANNE JANE ARMSTRONG, both of Eskermore, near Augher

December 12 1865

Married December 6, at the Established Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. William Quain, M.A., Rector, assisted by the Rev. Edward Gaussen, MATTHEW HILTON, ESQ., eldest son of the late HENRY HILTON, ESQ., of Prestwich, near Manchester, to MARY, youngest daughter of the late JOHN ARMSTRONG, ESQ., of Dungannon

July 5 1867

Died June 29, at Ballyloughan, near Cookstown, ANNE, wife of MR. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, aged 68 years

October 15 1867

Married October 8, at Fairview Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J. Gaffney, assisted by the Revs. M. Brady and J. Murray, THOMAS ARMSTRONG, ESQ., of The Grange, Ballygawley, county Tyrone, to MARIA ANNA VICTORIA, youngest daughter of the late CAPTAIN JAMES O'BRIEN, 6th Veteran Battalion, Bryanstown, county Meath

June 18 1869

Married June 11, at the Fourth Presbyterian Church, Londonderry, by the Rev. R. Ross, MR. JAMES McKINLEY, to ISABELLA, youngest daughter of the late MR. CHRISTOPHER ARMSTRONG, Strabane