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McClintock Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1786-1869

Extracts from Newspapers
Extracted from personal notices inserted in the Strabane Journal, Strabane Morning Post & Londonderry Sentinel
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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Note: the compiler of this file has no connection to any McClintock family

***ORIGINAL SPELLING HAS BEEN RETAINED***

May 9 1786 [Married] At Riverstown, Co. Tyrone, James Caldwell, Esq., to the agreeable Miss McClintock (Strabane Journal)
August 18 1835 [Married] At Drumsna bridge, on Tuesday week, by the Rev. Mr. Arnold of Omagh, Mr William McClintock of Drumsna bridge, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr Oliver Bond, of Liskea (Strabane Morning Post)
April 13 1839 [Birth] On the 14th ult., the lady of Samuel McClintock, Esq., Moy, of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 7 1849 [Died] At his residence, near Omagh, on the 23rd ult., in the 84th year of his age, the Rev. James McClintock, senior minister of the Crossroads Presbyterian Congregation (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 24 1852 [Died] December 13, Samuel McClintock, Esq., of Seskanore, county of Tyrone and late of Newtown House, county Louth (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 15 1854 [Died] On the 1st inst., aged 12 years and 6 months, Samuel John, youngest son of the late Samuel McClintock, Esq., of Seskanore House, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 4 1860 [Married] At Termon Church, county Tyrone, on the 2nd of May, by the Rev. John J. Fox, Rector of Kinnawley, uncle to the bride, George Perry McClintock, Esq., Captain Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, Seskanore House, county Tyrone, only surviving son of the late S. McClintock, Esq., formerly of Newtown House, county Louth, to Emily Harriette, the eldest daughter of the Rev. S. Alexander, Rector of Termon, Diocese of Armagh, and grand-daughter of the late Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 22 1861 [Birth] February 15, at Termon Rectory, the residence of her father, the wife of Captain Perry McClintock, Seskinore, of a son and heir (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 3 1862 [Birth] September 24, at Bray, the wife of G. Perry McClintock, Esq., Seskinore, county Tyrone, of a daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 16 1864 [Birth] February 8, at Seskanore House, county Tyrone, the wife of Captain G. Perry McClintock, of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 30 1864 [Birth] September 26, at Fallow's Hall, Tynan [Co. Armagh] , the wife of Lieutenant Colonel McClintock, of a daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 17 1865 [Birth] October 11, at Seskanore, the wife of Captain Perry McClintock, High Sheriff of county Tyrone, of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 21 1866 [Birth] December 18, at Termon Rectory, county Tyrone, the wife of Captain G. P. McClintock, of Seskinore, of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 10 1866 [Died] April 2, at Seskanore House, Harry Edward, third son of Captain Perry McClintock, aged six months (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 4 1867 [Birth] January 1, at Fellows Hall, Tynan, county Armagh, the wife of Lieutenant Colonel McClintock, of a daughter (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 20 1868 [Married] March 17, at Taughboyne Church, by the Rev. William Foster, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Samuel McClintock, Creatland, St. Johnston, to Mary, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Davis, of Ballyheather, Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 27 1868 [Birth] November 20, at Seskanore House, county Tyrone, the wife of Captain Perry McClintock, D. L., of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 23 1869 [Died] Feb 16, at her residence, Ballybeany, Eliza McClintock, aged 70 years (Londonderry Sentinel)