Belfast News-Letter
Monday, February  3, 1851


Jan 24. the lady of the late James Watson Murray, Esq. of Lurgan, of a son.

Jan 24. the lady of Benjamin Johnston, Esq. M.D., Ayr Hill, Ramelson, of a son.

Jan 24. at Beech- hill, county Derry, Mrs. Henry Stacy Skipton, of a son.

Jan 27. at Beech Cottage, Redcastle, the wife of John C. Lepper, Esq., of a son.

Jan 28. at Highfield, near Southhampton, the wife of the Rev. Thomas McCalmont, of a son.


Jan 28, in the Presbyterian Church, Sixmilecross, by the Rev. Thomas Wm. Junk, the Rev. David McKinny [,] Pomeroy, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr. Samuel Johnston, Tyrooney,Sixmilecross.

Jan 28, in the Presbyterian Church, Gortin, by the Rev. Matthew Logan, James McFarlane, Esq. of Lisnascraig, near Gortin, to Jane, daughter of Samuel Dunn, Esq., of said place.

In Balinamallard Church, by the Rev. Henry A. Burke, A.M., Henry Clements Wallace, Esq. of Manorhamilton, to Margaret, third daughter of the late James Johnston, of Curran-hill, in the county of Fermanagh, Esq.

Jan 30. in the St. Mark's Church Armagh, by the Rev. Benjamin Wade, Mr. William Thornberry, turnkey in the county prison, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. William Hughes, Armagh.

Jan  23, at Tyholland Church, by the Rev. A. Williamson [,] Glasslough, Mr. Thomas Johnston, of Glenan, county Monaghan, to Anne, only daughter of the late Mr. J. Bryans, of Kellaneel, county Monaghan.

Dec 3. at 23, Wellington-Square, Ayr, by the Very Rev. Dean Wilson, Emma, youngest daughter of the late Major Alexander MacPherson, to James youngest daughter [should read son?] of the late William Davidson, Esq. of Drumlee.


Of disease of the heart, on the 30th ult., at his residence, 11, Castle-lane, Mr. James Dunlop, aged 36-years.

Jan 29, aged 60 years, Mr. James Lee, for many years messenger for the Northern Bank.

Jan 30, at Carmaney, parish of Killead, Mr. Thomas McComb, in his 73rd year.

Jan 25, at Ballymena, suddenly , Mary, fourth daughter of the late William Stitt, Esq., Comber.

Jan 26, at Ardee, Natanial Milling, Esq., in the 79th year of his age.

Jan 27, at Celbridge, after a short illness, Charles F. Madden, Esq., age 31 years.

Jan 28, at Ramullan, William Henderson, Esq., aged 83 years.

Jan 25, of decline, after a lingering illness, in the 21st year of his age, James Stuart Smith, eldest son of William Smith, Esq., J.P. of Drumheel, county Cavan.

Jan 17, at the Diamond, Monaghan, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Peter McPhillips, proprietor of the Western Arms Hotel.

Jan 21, at Grange-bank, Morning-side, near Edinburgh, Alexander Russell, Esq., late Manager of the Dungannon branch of the Provincial Bank of Ireland.

On the 29th December, at Cincinnatti, of paralysis, Harriet, relict of the late Wm. Radcliffe, Esq., Beers-bridge.

Dec 30th, 1850 at St. Johns N.B., Henry Porter, Esq. aged 55 years.  During a residence of many years in St. Johns, Mr. Porter has filled public offices of honor and trust and was elected Alderman of the King's Ward and Justice of the Peace for several years.  He was a kind husband and parent - a warm-hearted friend- a useful citizen, a zealous and efficient officer- an honest man.   St. Johns Courier-
{Mr. Porter was brother of Tobias Porter, Esq. of this town - Eb. N.L.}.

* info found in square brackets [] indicate either, publishing possible publisher's error, illegible letters, or a possible error in transcription on my part.  These BMD are copied from the Belfast News-Letter on microfilm from the Canadian Archives.

Submitted by: Carol R.

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