IRELAND OLD NEWS
Friday, August 23, 1844
On the 14th inst. at Garvagh, the Lady of Archibald Fisher, Esq., of a daughter.
On the 19th inst. by the Rev. James Morgan, Mr. Robert Lyttle, of Cullyramer, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Hugh Brown, Esq. Loughview, Belfast.
On the 19th inst. by the Rev. John Meneely, William Williamson, Esq. of Belfast, to Margaret Ann, second daughter of William Radcliff, Esq. of Ballymacarrett.
On the 16th instant by the Rev. Mr. Jones, Rector of Kilmore, county Armagh, Mr. William Morrison, Armagh, to Ann, third daughter of the late John Atkinson, Esq., of Fairview, Balywilly.
On the 17th inst. by the Rev. Jul[lus] McCullogh, Mr. Robt. Cooper, of Cunningburn, near Newtownards, to Miss Isabella Bell, of same place.
At Marylebone Church, London, Lewis Upton, of Glydecourt, county Louth, Esq. late of the 6th Lancers, to Isabella Georgianna, only child of the late William Henry Fielde, of Netherfied, Herts, Esq.
On the 16th inst. by the Rev. G. Jamison, of Glastry, Mr. Robert Hastings to Miss Mary Patty, both of Bailiesborough.
On the 15th inst. in Manorcunningham Church, by the Rev. J. H. Wren, Mr. Alexander Stewart, of Carricknamart, to Ellen, only daughter of the late Mr. James Middleton, Manorcunningham.
On the 17th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Dorrian, William Dickey, of Lisburn, to Miss McDowell, only daughter of Mr. Thomas Kierans, Armagh.
At Memphis, United States of America, on the 11th of June by the Rev. P. W. Alston, William Robinson, Esq. merchant, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Hamilton Patterson, of Churchtown, Toughboyne, County Donegal.
On the 17th inst. at his residence, Tullycairn, Henry Magill, Esq. in the 44th year of his age.
On the 16th inst. of pulmonary consumption, at the residence of his father, James Gray, Gray's-hill, Bangor, his son, John Gray, aged 37 years.
On the 16th inst. at her residence in Dublin, Olivia, wife of Joshua Paul Barker, Esq. and daughter of the late Rev. William [Barker], Rector of Newtownhamilton, county Armagh.
On the 11[st] inst. at Raphoe, of consumption, Maria, eldest daughter of Mr. William Smith, aged 16 years.
On the 16th inst. at Derry, Mr. Andrew Hatrick, aged 52 years.
On the 7th inst. in the 8th year of her age, Ann, relict of the late Mr. John Lytle, of Tullyherin, near Maghera.
On the 16th inst. of consumption, in the 30th year of his age, Mr. Alexander McComb, of Killaloo, parish of Lower Cumber.
On the 8th inst. near Strabone, Mr. M. cott, formerly of Omagh.
At Minstead, H[a]nts, Elizabeth, wife of Archdeacon Moysey, of Tannton, and daughter of Sir James Stewart, Bart. of Donegal.
On the 15th inst. at Kingstown, the Hon. Mrs. Le Poer Trench, relict of his Grace, the late Archbishop of Tuam.
On the 8th int. at Coolree, near Wexford, at an advanced age, Mary, relict of William Archer, Esq. for many years Distributor of stamps for the county of Wexford, and sister of the Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore.
* if surrounded by a square bracket  as such...I am noting a possible publisher's mistake, the print is illegible, or possibly a transcribing error on my part. This info was taken from a microfilm of the Belfast Newsletter in the Canadian Archives on May 28, 2005 by myself.
Submitted by: Carol R.
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