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Canning Genealogy Notes, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1829-68

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


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Date Notice
Nov 28 1829 [Married] CANNING & MOORE. On Tuesday, the 17th inst., by the Rev. Clarke Houston, John Canning, Esq., surgeon, Garvagh, to Margaret, daughter of Samuel Moore, Esq., Clintough. The marriage was celebrated at the residence of the young lady's father
Jul 14 1832 [Married] McGLAUGHLIN & CANNING. & On Thursday, the 5th of July, at the house of her father, by the Rev. Mr. Carson, of Glendermott, Mr. George McGlaughlin, of Killyloo, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Mr. William Canning, Ervy
Dec 12 1835 [Married] CANNING & BEGLEY. On the 26th ult., by the Rev. John Green, Coleraine and Dunluce, James Canning, jun., Esq., Ballymoney, to Miss Mary Ann Begley, Coleraine
Apr 16 1836 [Married] MULHOLLAND & CANNING. On the 11th inst., at Ballymoney, by the Rev. Mr. McCarton, Michael Mulholland, Esq., merchant, of this City, to Mary, only daughter of James Canning, Esq.
Mar 18 1837 [Died] March 10, at her residence, South Audley Street, London, aged 84 years, the daughter of the late Stratford Canning, Esq., of Garvagh, county Londonderry, and aunt of the late Right Hon. George Canning
Jul 29 1837 [Died] As PATRICK CANNING and OWEN DOHERTY were employed yesterday on the edge of the Quay, in the rear of Captain's yard, they fell into the river, and drowned. Canning was from Buncrana, and left a wife and two children to mourn his untimely fate
Jul 3 1841 [Married] CANNING & SMITH. On the 22nd ult., by the Rev. Mr. Ross, Thomas Canning, Esq., Aughill, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the late Henry Smith, Teaven, both in the neighbourhood of Dungiven
Nov 11 1843 [Married] CANNING & LONG. On the 31st ult., by the Rev. James Allison, Cumber, Mr. William Canning, Brockagh, to Jane, third daughter of Mr. John Long, Ballinamore
Aug 2 1845 [Married] CANNING & GALLAGHER. On the 30th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, in this City, by the Rev. William McClure, the Rev. John Canning, of Malin, to Margaret, daughter of the late William Gallagher, of Ballyarnet, Esq
Aug 19 1848 [Died] At St. Columb's, on Wednesday, after a lingering illness, Mr. Daniel Canning, aged 79. For upwards of twenty years watchman on the Queen's Warehouses at this Port
Aug 31 1849 [Married] GLENHOLME & CANNING. On the 21st inst., H. Glenholme, Esq., M.D., Magherafelt, to Mrs. Canning, widow of the late Dr. Canning, Garvagh
Apr 26 1850 [Died] At Greencastle, county Donegal, on the 11th inst., Mary Canning, at the extraordinary age of 117 years. She left behind her 110 grand, and great grand-children, and lived in the reign of five Monarchs, George II, III, IV, William IV and Victoria
Apr 18 1856 [Died] At Cloughfin, Tubbermore, on the 8th inst., Mr. John Canning, at the advanced age of 90 years
Feb 20 1857 [Died] On Sunday, the 15th inst., at his residence, Artillery Lane, Mr. William Canning, millwright, aged 17 years
Dec 25 1857 [Died] On the 17th inst., at her residence, near Roe Park, Rebecca, the beloved wife of Mr. Samuel Canning, formerly of this City
Jun 4 1858 [Died] On the 29th ult., at Ervey, at the advanced age of 104 years, Mr. William Canning
Apr 20 1860 [Died] April 14, at the residence of his sister, Little James Street, of consumption, Mr. John Canning, acting constable, Constabulary, Ballybough, county Dublin, aged 27 years
May 3 1861 [Died] On the 27th April, at Castle Street, Londonderry, Anna, wife of Mr. Patrick Canning and daughter of Mr. James Cotter, Liverpool, aged 34 years
May 3 1861 [Died] April 25, at the residence of her son, the Rev. J.A. Canning, Coleraine, Mrs. Canning, of Rockville, relict of the late Rev. James Canning, minister of the Presbyterian Church at Malin, county Donegal
Jan 3 1862 [Died] On the 1st inst., in consequence of injuries received by the bursting of a mortar, in the Diamond, Derry, Mr. David Canning, aged 26 years. His remains will be removed for interment from 18 Little James Street, to the Chapel of Ease Burying Ground, today, Friday, at three o'clock
Aug 29 1862 [Died] August 20, at Dungiven, Isabella, daughter of Mr. John Canning, aged 19 years
Jun 14 1864 [Died] On the 9th June, at New Row, Coleraine, the Rev. James Alfred Canning, Minister of the Second Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, in the 51st year of his age, and 30th of his ministry. His remains will arrive at the Derry terminus of the Londonderry and Coleraine Railway on this day, Tuesday, at 3.25 p.m. on the way for interment at Malin
Jan 13 1865 [Died] On the 6th January at the residence of his father, Tamniaran, near Dungiven, Robert Canning, aged 25 years
Jun 9 1865 [Died] June 6, at his residence, Malabuoy, James Canning, aged 95 years
Oct 3 1865 [Died] October 1, at Laurel Hill, Ture, county Donegal, Lydia, wife of Mr. Samuel Canning, late of this City, Her remains will be removed from her late residence, on Wednesday morning, for interment in the new Cemetery, Londonderry
Nov 5 1867 [Married] October 31, at Ballykelly, by the Rev. W.G. Hamill, John Canning, Esq., Ballynahery, to Mary, eldest daughter of Arthur Gibson, Esq., Broighter
Jan 14 1868 [Married] On the 9th January, at Killaloo Parish Church, by the Rev. G. Galbraith, M.A., William Canning, Esq., the eldest son of James Canning, Esq., of Ervey, to Jane, the sister of R. Posten, Esq., of Kilcatten House
Jul 31 1868 [Married] July 30, at Lower Cumber Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Marcus Dill, James Walker, Esq., Tyrconnelly, to Margaret, eldest daughter of James Canning, Esq., Ervey
Aug 21 1868 [Married] August 13, at the Presbyterian Church, Currin, by the Rev. Matthew Leitch, of Maghera, Mr. Francis Beatty, to Miss Sarah Jane Canning, both of Maghera

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