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Black Genealogy Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1832-69

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




Date Notice
Nov 17 1832 [Died] On the 5th inst., at Slieve Bann, county Donegal, Mr. James Black, formerly Lieutenant in the 48th Regiment
Mar 2 1839 [Married] Gregg & Black – On 21st Feb., by the Rev. James Reid, of Ramelton, Mr. Moses Gregg, Killycreen, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. William Black, of Ballgreen
Apr 27 1839 [Married] Porter & Black – At Ball Green, on Wednesday the 17th inst., by the Rev. William Gamble, William Porter, Esq., of Philadelphia, to Anne, eldest daughter of Alexander Black, Esq
May 18 1839 [Married] Black & King – On Monday evening, the13th inst., in this City, by the Rev. G. T. Ewing, Moses Black, Esq., of Beardstown, State of Kentucky, to Eliza, fourth daughter of the late David King, Esq., of Trimra, county of Donegal
Nov 7 1840 [Married] Black & Black – On the 15th ult., by the Rev. Matthew Wilson, Ramelton, Mr. William Black, to Miss Anne Black, daughter to Mr. William Black, Ballgreen
Feb 6 1841 [Died] On the Sabbath, the 17th ult., at his residence, Ballgreen, in the 63rd year of his age, Mr. William Black, sen. He had for a period of 20 years discharged his duties of Ruling Elder in the First Presbyterian Congregation of Ramelton
Jan 15 1842 [Married] Black & Liston – On the 4th inst., by the Rev. J.P. Dickey, of Carnone, Mr. James Black, of Aghragalts, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. William Liston, of Cottown
Mar 12 1842 [Married] Patterson & Black – On Tuesday, the 22nd ult., by the Rev. Samuel B. Stevenson, Reformed Presbyterian Minister of Milford and Bridgend, at the house of the lady's father, Robert Patterson, Esq., Merchant, Letterkenny, to Jane, daughter of Alexander Black, of Ballgreen, Esq.
Apr 9 1842 [Married] Stott & Black – On Tuesday, the 13th ult., by the Rev. Alexander Brittin, Reformed Presbyterian Minister of Bready, the Rev. John Stott, Reformed Presbyterian Minister of Convoy, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. William Black, Aughigalt
Aug 23 1845 [Married] Collins & Black – In Pettigo Church, by the Rev. Charles Lucas Bell, on the 16th inst., Mr. Joseph Collins, Sergeant of Police, Kilmore, to Anna, eldest daughter of Mr. William Black, High Constable of the barony of Kilmacrenan, county Donegal
May 16 1846 [Married] Mooney & Black – On the 4th inst., at Gartan Church, by the Rev. Henry Maturin, Mr. Edward Percy Mooney, of the Civil Engineers, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. William Black, of Church Hill, High Constable for the Barony of Kilmacrenan
Aug 5 1848 [Married] Kearney & Black – At Gartan Church, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. H. Maturin, Mr. James Kearney, of Church Hill, to Miss Margaret Black, of Teragus
Nov 15 1850 [Died] On the 9th inst., at Ballylin, near Ramelton, Mr. Joseph Black, aged 58 years
Sep 24 1852 [Married] Black & Davison – On Thursday , the 23rd inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. William McIlwaine, of Aughnacloy, Alexander Black, Esq., of this City, merchant, to Fanny, second daughter of Samuel Davison, Esq., Ramelton
Apr 14 1854 [Married] Black & Colhoun – On the 11th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, Mr. Aaron Black, of Aughnish, near Ramelton, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. William Colhoun, of Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny
Jul 18 1856 [Died] On the 9th inst., aged 73, Mr. William Black, of Churchhill, in the Parish of Gartan, late High Constable of the Barony of Kilmacrenan, county Donegal
Apr 3 1857 [Died] At Melbourne, Australia, on the 3rd December 1856, of colonial fever, Andrew Black, son of Mr. Samuel Black, of Drumaclohan, near Ramelton, aged 26 years
Jan 30 1857 [Married] Grant & Black – On the 1st ult., at Springfield, U. S., by the Rev. Dr. Finlay, Alexander, eldest son of the late Alexander Grant, Esq., of Lifford, to Annie Jane, daughter of the late J. Black, Esq., Ramelton, county Donegal
Jan 8 1858 [Married] McClintock & Black – On the 31st ult., by the Rev. T. Irvine, in Raphoe Church, Mr. Alexander McClintock, merchant, of the Riland, to Mrs. Margaret Black, of Mollohfin House
Oct 29 1858 [Died] On the 2nd August, at Hawk Point, Lincoln county, U. S., Mr. Gustavus Black, aged 29 years, son of Mr. Samuel Black, Drimacloghan, Ramelton
Jan 21 1859 [Died] At Boghill Cottage, Rathmelton, on the 14th inst., Mr. Alexander Black, late of Ball Green, aged 79 years
May 27 1859 [Died] May 15, aged 19 years, at the residence of her brother, Churchhill, county Donegal, Sarah, youngest daughter of the late William Black, Esq
Dec 16 1859 [Married] Black & McCrabb – November 29, in the Presbyterian Church, Raphoe, by the Rev. J. Thompson, Mr. John Black, of Killynure, to Fanny, daughter of Mr. Robert McCrabb, Glentown
Dec 16 1859 [Married] Russell & Black – December 8, in the First Presbyterian Church, Letterkenny, by the Rev. John Kinnear, Mr. Joseph Russell, of Raceend, to Miss Black, of Woodtown, near Letterkenny
Feb 17 1860 [Married] Black & Colhoun – February 9, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. John Kinnear, Mr. James Black, Ballgreen, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late, Mr. William Colhoun, Ednaharnon, near Letterkenny
Feb 24 1860 [Died] November 22, at Melbourne, Australia, Robert, seventh son of Mr. Samuel Black, Drimaclogan, near Ramelton, aged 26 years, deeply lamented by his bereaved parents and sorrowing friends and relatives
May 4 1860 [Married] Armstrong & Black – April 26, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ramelton, by the Rev. John Greenlees, Mr. Thomas Armstrong, Cregan, Stranorlar, to Miss Margaret Black, Ballgreen, Ramelton
Aug 12 1864 [Married] Black & Thompson – August 10, in the Cathedral, Derry, by the Rev. W. M. Beresford, M. A., Mr. David Black, Muff, county Donegal, to Miss Sarah Thompson, Derry
Sep 13 1864 [Died] On the 3rd September, at Agheygalt, Convoy, Mr. Richard Black, aged 62 years
Sep 13 1864 [Died] September 6, at Agheygalt, Convoy, Mr. James Black, aged 65 years, only surviving brother of Richard Black, deceased
Mar 3 1865 [Died] On the 21st January, at his father's residence, Centrevale, Butler county, U. S. America, James, second son to Mr. Alexander Black, late of Glentidally, Ramelton, county Donegal, aged 24 years
Nov 21 1865 [Married] Harris & Black – November 16, in the First Letterkenny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Kinnear, Mr. William Harris, of Ballymacool, to Jane Mary, second daughter of the late Mr. Alexander Black, of Woodtown, near Letterkenny
Aug 3 1866 [Died] July 9, at Philadelphia, Mr. Peter Black, aged 80 years, formerly of Ramelton, county Donegal
Sep 17 1867 [Died] September 16, at the residence of her son in law, Mr. George Cooke, Ramelton, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. Alexander Black, in the 84th year of her age
May 21 1869 [Married] Gamble & Black – May 19, at Ramelton, by the Rev. Richard S. Campbell, Mr. Andrew Gamble, of Ramelton, to Lizzy, third daughter of Mr. William Black, of Ballgreen, county Donegal