The Armagh Guardian
October 7, 1845
Armagh, County Armagh

  On the 1st of Oct., in St. Mark’s Church, by the Rev. W. Jones, and afterwards by the Rev. Dr. Croly, Mr. John M’Donell, merchant, Belfast, to Margaret, third daughter of John Adams, Esq., Rosebrook, near Armagh.
  On the 30th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Whiteabbey [Co Antrim?], by the Rev. Henry Cooke, D.D., L.L.D., Charles Mathews, Esq., Glasgow, to Caroline Mary, eldest daughter of the late William Duff, Esq., formerly of Mount Caulfield, county Armagh.
  On the 29th ult., at St. Mary’s Church, by the Rev. Gibson Black, A. M., Richard Hassard, of Bawnboy House, in the county of Cavan, Esq., to Eliza Maria, youngest daughter of the late Michael Nolan, of Fitzroy-square, London, Esq.
  On the 1st inst., in Carntall Meeting-house, by the Rev. James Phillips, Mr. George Spence, of Fivemiletown, merchant, to Eliza, youngest daughter of the late William Glenn, Esq., of said town.
  On the 10th inst., in Warrenpoint Church, by the Rev. John Davis, Mr. Robt. Stewart Riddall, sixth son of the late James Riddall, Esq., of Barn Hill, County of Armagh, to Mary Olivia, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Alcorn, Wesleyan minister. 

  On the 30th ult., rather suddenly, at Portadown, Mary, relict of the late Christopher Armstrong, Esq., aged 74 years. She was a woman of unbending integrity, remarkable for spiritual mindedness, which endeared her to an extensive and respectable circle of friends and acquaintances. Her remains were interred in Drumcreve Church-yard, on Friday last, and were attended to their last resting place by a large concourse of sorrowing friends.
  At Glinn House, Carlingford, Sarah Anne, relict of James Fforde, Esq., of Raughlan, county of Armagh.

   ALLEGED MURDER.—On Wednesday last, the 1st instant, an inquest was held by GEORGE HENRY, Esq., Coroner, assisted by T. J. TENNYSON, Esq., J. P., on the body of a man named PHILIP RYAN, who it had been alleged was murdered the night previous, at a place called Madden, about five miles from this city. The deceased had formerly been coachman to THOMAS KIDD, Esq., J. P., and was latterly in the employ of Mr. HUGHES, of Thomas-street. On Tuesday evening the deceased was driving a car towards Madden, having with him a Mrs. PELLOT, a servant, who was proceeding to Mrs. HARRIS’S, near Middletown. On the way they drank whiskey at several public-houses. The female deposed that, when near Madden, the persons charged with the murder attempted to take indecent liberties with her, when she jumped off the car and went to the police-barrack for protection. When the policemen arrived at the spot they found the body, with a large wound on the temple, in company with the parties accused. Drs. LEEPER, COLLINS, and LAVERY held a post mortem examination, and the jury, after a short consultation, returned a verdict of “ accidental death.”  


    INFANTICIDE.—A woman named ANNE FERRIGAN was committed to Armagh gaol on Friday last, for the murder of her infant female child, at Ballymartrum, in this county.

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