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Perry Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1841-69

Personal announcements extracted from the LONDONDERRY STANDARD & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia


February 19 1847 Married on Tuesday last, in Urney Church, by the Rev. Mr. Rogers, Curate, MR. JOHN PERRY, of Cloughfin, to MARY, daughter of MR. JOHN HARRISON, of same Town
March 24 1848 Married on the 16th inst., in Alt Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Stewart, MR. SAMUEL PERRY, Claudy, to FRANCES, third daughter of the late MR. THOMAS BARR, of Mullanboy, near Castlefin [Co Donegal]



February 27 1841 Died February 17th, LETITIA, second daughter of SINCLAIR PERRY, ESQ., Seskanore House, county Tyrone
October 26 1844 Married at St. Mary's Church, Dublin, on Thursday morning, the 24th inst., by the Rev. Edward Brooke, Rector of Drumgooland [Co Down], cousin of the bride, OLIVER SPEER, ESQ., solicitor of Dublin, to MARY, only daughter of SINCLAIR PERRY, ESQ., Seskanore House, Fintona, county Tyrone
April 5 1845 Died on the 3rd inst., at her house, Lower Dominick Street, Dublin, at an advanced age, MARY, relict of the late GEORGE PERRY, ESQ., of Seskinore Lodge, county Tyrone
February 10 1849 Birth: Jan. 30th, at Beragh, county Tyrone, the lady of SURGEON PERRY, of a daughter
December 31 1852 Died at Drudgeon, near Omagh, on the night of the 26th inst., MR. MATTHEW PERRY, aged 77 years
March 9 1860 Died March 5, at Strabane, MR. JOHN PERRY
February 15 1861 Died February 11, at Cloughfin, near Claudy, Strabane, WALTER, eldest son of MR. ANDREW PERRY, aged 23 years
February 23 1864 Died February 11, at Drudgeon, near Omagh, in the 78th year of her age, JANE, relict of the late MR. JAMES PERRY
March 23 1866 Died March 18, ELIZABETH BOYD, aged 14 years, second daughter of MR. SAMUEL PERRY, Clady, county Tyrone
July 9 1869 Died July 2, at Trim, aged 70 years, ANNE, widow of the late WILLOUGHBY PERRY, ESQ., and daughter of the late SURGEON BUCHANAN, both of Granard, county Longford, also second cousin to the late REV. GEORGE MOFFET, of Ballymahon, and third cousin to the late JAMES BUCHANAN, ESQ., British Ambassador to the United States, and to the late GEORGE BUCHANAN, ESQ., Lisnamallard, county Tyrone