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Beattie & Beatty Genealogy Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1834-69

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




Date Notice
Dec 6 1834 [Married] BEATTY & GALLAGHER. On the 28th ult., in Raphoe Church, Mr. William Beatty, Lurganbuoy, near Cookstown [Co. Tyrone], to Fanny Anne, youngest daughter of Mr. John Gallagher, Ramelton
Feb 28 1835 [Died] At Buncrana, on the 21st inst., of paralysis, after an illness of four years, Mr. William Beaty, aged 77. For many years a respectable merchant of this City, a Lieutenant in the Londonderry Legion, and one of the first to join the Volunteers in 1778
Apr 5 1845 [Married] HERON & BEATTY. On the 22nd of August, at Butler, United States of America, by the Rev. Loyal Young, Matthew Heron, of Contorville, Butler county, Pa., lately of Ramelton, county Donegal, to Charlotte, daughter of the Hon. William Beatty, of the former place
Aug 16 1845 [Married] GREESON & BEATTY. On the 14th inst., in Convoy Church, by the Rev. John Beatty, Henry Barnes Greeson, barrister, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, son of the late Rev. George Greeson, Ardnarcher House, King's county, to Anne, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Beatty, Esq., of Derry
Feb 12 1848 [Died] On the 7th inst., in Bishop Street, Esther, relict of the late Ezekiel Beatty, Buncrana
May 5 1849 [Died] On the 28th April, at Convoy, in the house of her son, the Rev. John Beatty, Elizabeth, relict of the late Andrew Beatty, Esq., of this City, aged 64 years
Jan 18 1850 [Died] On the 10th inst., at her father's residence, at Millbrook, Fahan, Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. William Beatty
Feb 1 1850 [Died] On the 25th ult., at his residence, Letter, Fahan, Mr. Archibald Beatty, aged 61 years
Mar 15 1850 [Died] On the 7th inst., at his residence, Millbrook, Fahan, Mr. William Beatty, aged 63 years
Jan 30 1852 [Died] On the 29th inst., at Buncrana, Mr. Hector Beatty, aged 49 years. His remains will be interred in Fahan churchyard at eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, the 31st instant
Nov 30 1855 [Married] BEATTY & HILL. On the 23rd inst., by the Rev. John P. Dickey, in the Presbyterian Church Carnone, Mr. John Beatty, Magharahan, Raphoe, to Mary, third daughter of Mr. J. Hill, Scottstown, Carnone
Jan 18 1856 [Died] On the 14th inst., at Millbrook, Fahan, Emily, daughter of the late Mr. William Beatty, aged 20 years
Dec 12 1856 [Died] At Kentucky, U.S., on the 20th October, Robert, eldest son of the late Mr. William Beatty, Millbrook, Fahan
Jan 8 1858 [Married] BEATTY & LONGWILL. On the 1st inst., at Fahan Church, by the Rev. William Alexander, William, the third son of the late Mr. William Beatty, of Millbrook, to Kitty, second daughter of Mr. Robert Longwill, of Lisfannon
Apr 27 1860 [Died] April 21, Mrs. William Beatty, of Millbrook, Fahan, aged 68 years
Aug 24 1860 [Married] BEATTIE & QUIN. August 14, in the Fisherwick Place Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by the Rev. James Martin, the Rev. Robert Beattie, Convoy, to Isabella Robena, second daughter of the late Rev. Robert Quinn, Fermoy, county Cork
Jan 31 1862 [Married] BEATTY & COLLIS. January 22, in Kilconnell Church, county of Galway, by the Rev. John Day Collis, D.D., Honorary Canon of Worcester and Headmaster of Bromsgrove, assisted by Rev. Robert Stavely, Rector of Banagher, the Rev. John Beatty, M.A., Rector of Killaghtee, county of Donegal, to Marie Adelaide, youngest daughter of the Rev. Robert Fitzgerald Collis, Rector of Kilconnell
Jun 13 1862 [Birth] June 6, at the Manse, Convoy, the wife of the Rev. Robert Beattie, of a daughter
Aug 14 1863 [Married] BEATTY & HUNTER. On the 6th August, by the Rev. Robert White, Milford, Mr. Robert Beatty, Caledon, Peel County, Upper Canada, to Miss Fanny Ann Hunter, eldest daughter of Mr. James Hunter, Drumbean, near Milford
Dec 29 1863 [Birth] December 25, at Killaghtee Rectory, county Donegal, the wife of the Rev. John Beatty, of a son, which died soon after his birth
Jun 1 1866 [Married] PRATT & BEATTIE. May 24, in the Presbyterian Church, Bushmills [Co. Antrim], by the Rev. John McFarland, A.M., Mr. James Pratt, Letterkenny, to Mary, daughter of Mr. John Beattie, Rathmullan
Sep 28 1866 [Died] September 20, at Rathmullan, Alexander, eldest son of Mr. John Beattie, of Bunbeg, aged 25 years
Mar 12 1867 [Birth] March 6, at The Manse, Convoy, the wife of the Rev. Robert Beattie, of a daughter
Oct 23 1868 [Died] October 15, Jane, the beloved daughter of Mr. John Beattie, of Bunbeg, aged 16 years
Mar 9 1869 [Married] BEATTY & TREDENNICK. March 6, in St. Stephen's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J. Smith, John Beatty, Esq., executive engineer, P.W.D., Bombay Presidency, India, eldest son of the Rev. John Beatty, of Upper Leeson Street, Dublin, to Marcia, widow of the late Rev. W.B. Dalby, and fourth daughter of William R. Tredennick, of Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, county Donegal, Esq
Sep 17 1869 [Birth] Sept. 10, at the Manse, Convoy, the wife of the Rev. Robert Beattie, of a son