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Ewing Genealogy Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1831-68

Items from the Press
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
Apr 18 1831 [Died] On Tuesday, the 5th inst., Miss Margaret Ewing, William Street
Nov 26 1831 [Married] EWING & HAMILTON In Richmond Street, on Tuesday 22nd inst., by the Rev. George Hay, Samuel Ewing, Esq., of Lisdillon, to Margaret Eliza, youngest daughter of the late Matthew Hamilton, Esq., of Trentagh [Co. Donegal]
Jan 28 1832 [Married] HAMILTON & EWING On the 26th inst., by the Rev. Hugh Brook, Andrew Hamilton, Esq., M. D., of this City, to Mary Anne, youngest daughter of Mrs. Ewing, Burt, county Donegal
Jun 15 1833 [Died] On Tuesday, the 11th inst., John Ewing, Esq., of this City, aged 90 years, long a respected merchant
Oct 30 1841 [Died] Suddenly, on the 23rd inst., at Molenan, in her 74th year, Margaret, relict of the late Mr. George Ewing
Sep 10 1842 [Died] At Culmore, near this City, on Monday, the 29th ult, in the 89th year of her age, Elizabeth, relict of James Ewing, of Greenock [Scotland], Esq., merchant
Apr 12 1845 [Died] On the 7th inst., in Waterloo Place, Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of the late John Ewing, Esq
Oct 18 1845 [Died] At Molenan, on the 7th inst., Mr. Samuel Ewing, after a long and protracted illness, in the 54th year of his age
May 2 1851 [Married] MURRAY & EWING On the 24th ult., at Greenock [Scotland], by the Rev. Dr. Anderson, William Murray, Esq., Glasgow, to Ann, daughter of the late John Ewing, Esq., Londonderry
Oct 14 1853 [Married] MACAULEY & EWING On the 22nd April, by the Rev. J. B. Dale, Minister of the First Reformed Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Mr. William Macauley, formerly of this City, to Margaret, third daughter of James Ewing, Esq., Drumgumberland, Parish of Convoy, county Donegal, Ireland
Apr 18 1856 [Married] EWING & WADDY On Friday, the 11th inst., in Muff Church, county Donegal, by the Rev. Mr. Lyle, Mr. John Ewing, saddler, of Waterloo Place, to Frances, the second daughter of Mr. Edmond Waddy, of Ship Quay
Jan 9 1857 [Died] On the 8th ult., at Montreal, Lower Canada, Mrs. Samuel Ewing, formerly of Lisdillen, county Londonderry
Jun 8 1860 [Died] June 3, at his father's residence, Wapping, John, son of Mr. James Ewing, carpenter, aged one year
Jan 13 1860 [Married] EWING & RATTENBURY December 2, at Lavonia, Wayne County, Michigan State, Miss Matilda Anne Ewing, daughter of the late Mr Samuel Ewing, Molenan, Londonderry, to Mr. William Rattenbury, C. D., of same Place
Jul 13 1860 [Died] July 7, at her residence, William Street, Miss Jane Ewing
Jan 10 1862 [Married] MCCULLOUGH & EWING (GIBSON) January 2, in St. John's Church, Moneymore, by the Hon. and Rev. J. P. Hewett, Frank More McCullough, Esq., Creevy House, county Down, to Margaret Ferguson, youngest daughter of the late Alexander Ewing, Esq., Cincinnatti, Ohio, and grand-daughter of the late Robert Gibson, Esq., Moneymore
Jan 30 1863 [Died] December 18, killed in the battle of Fredericksburg, James Reid Ewing, 7th Michigan Regiment, and formerly of Molenan, near Londonderry, aged 19 years
Feb 26 1864 [Died] February 22, at an inquest held on Wednesday last at Muldoney, near Dungiven, on Sarah Ewing, aged about 4 years, as a result of accidental burning in her house on the previous Monday
Jun 13 1865 [Died] On the 9th June, at 2 Seymour Terrace, Brixton, London, Isabella, youngest daughter of the late John Ewing, Esq., merchant, of Londonderry
Jul 17 1866 [Died] July 16, at William Street, Derry, Miss Ann Ewing. Her remains will be removed for interment to the Cathedral Burial Ground, on Thursday morning, at ten o'clock
May 19 1868 [Married] WALLACE & EWING On the 14th May, in Ray Presbyterian Church, by Rev. Robert McMorris, Mr. George Wallace, of Londonderry, to Jane, the second daughter of Mr. Alexander Ewing, of Green Cottage, Manorcunningham [Co. Donegal]