IRELAND OLD NEWS
Belfast Weekly News July 11 1857:
July 8, at Dunesk, the wife of Thomas Gaussen(?), Esq., of a son.
July 4, at Newcastle, Co. Down, the wife of Lieut. W.H.Goslin(?),R.N., of a daughter.
July 1, at Belfast, the wife of Mr. J.D.Gaffikin, of a son.
July 3, at Albert Place, Newry, Mrs Henry Jordan, of a daughter.
July 3, at Holywood, the wife of Mr John Ballagh, of a son.
July 3, at Glenfield Place, the wife of Mr Henry Matier, of a son.
July 1, at Toughlomney, Mrs P.Kelly, of a daughter.
June 26, at the Ulster Bank, Omagh, the wife of James Meeke, Esq., of a daughter.
July 8, in Ballymacarrett Church, by the Rev. Charles Seaver, Incumbent of St John's Church, Belfast, Mr.R.W. Huddleston, to Hannah Bella, second daughter of
Mr C Davison, Mount Pottinger.
July 8, in the Baptist Church, Academy Street, Belfast, by the Rev.W.S.Eccles, Mr Adam Pettigrew, of Ballina, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the
Rev. Wm. Hamilton, Baptist minister, Ballina.
July 7, in College Square North Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joshua W.Collins, Mr. John Moore, Church Lane, Belfast, to Margaret, eldest daughter of
Mr Henry Fulton, Brougham Street, Belfast.
July 7, in Mill Row Church, Antrim, by the Rev. C. Morrison, Hugh Swan, Esq.,Clady, to Matilda, daughter of the late John Dickey, Esq., Lowpark, Cullybackey.
July 4, at the Cathedral of Armagh, by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Armagh, brother of the bridegroom, Geo. Gabriel Stokes, Esq., Fellow of Pembroke
College, and Lucasian Professor in the University of Cambridge, and Secretary to the Royal Society, to Mary Susanna, only daughter of the Rev. Thomas Romney
Robinson, D.D., F.R.S.., formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, and Astronomer of Armagh.
July 7, in Templecorran Church, by the Rev. G.T. Payne, Mr George Burrows, merchant, Carrickfergus, to Margaret Ann, second daughter of the late Wm.
Hildige Esq., of same place, and granddaughter of the late James Graham, Esq., architect, Dublin.
June 23, in Killesher Church, by the Rev. B.C. Jamison, Mr. Baptist Forde, merchant, Gola, to Margaret Jane, eldest daughter of Thomas Beresford, Esq., of
Drumsella House, Florence Court, County Fermanagh.
July 1, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Wm. De Burg, B.D., Incumbent of St. John's,Sandymount, the Rev. John Conyngham M'Causland,
Incumbent of Killylea, Armagh, to Marion Juliana, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant-General Brereton, C.B.K.H., of New Abbey, County Kildare, Governor of St. Lucia, and niece of Major-General Brereton, C.B.K.H., Royal Artillery.
July 2, in the Presbyterian Church, Richhill, by the Rev. Andrew M'Caldin, assisted by the Rev. James Wilson, of Lecumpher, Mr James Leeper, of
Desertmartin, County Londonderry, to Agnes, daughter of Nathaniel Greer, Esq., near Richhill.
July 7, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, by the Rev. J.S.Moore, Mr Willia, Moreland, merchant, Belfast, to Sarah, second daughter of Aaron Rea,
June 27, in the Registrar's Office, Lurgan, Mr John Briggs, to Miss Agnes Craig; and at the same time and place, Mr William John Thompson, to Miss Mary
Little, all of Ballymacbrennan.
June 30, at Maralin Chapel, by the Rev. P. M'Kay, P.P., Mr Patrick M'Brinn, to Mary Jane, only daughter of Mr Thomas Connolly, both of Ballymacbrennan.
June 26, in Ballylesson Church, by the Rev. J.B. Monsell, Thomas Gray, Esq., Giant's Ring House, second son of Hugh Gray, Esq., Milltown, to Miss Anna
M'Keown, daughter of the late John M'Keown, Esq., Hillhead.
July 9, at her residence, Mount Collyer Park, Jane, relict of the late Alexnafer Mackay, jun., Esq., Proprietor of the Belfast News-Letter. Her remains
will be removed for interment in the New Burying-ground, on Monday morning, the 13th instant, at Ten o'clock.
July 5, at the house of her son, 6 Donegall Square South, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr George Smyth,of Killyavogan(?), County Fermanagh, aged 82 years.
June 24, at Carnmoney Mill, Sarah, daughter of the late Mr Thomas Moreland, M'Kinney(?).
July 1, at Cess, near Ballygawley, Mr John Simpson, aged 66 years.
June 33 (*as printed!), at Pinerolo, in Piedmont, Madame Trucchi, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Gordon, Esq., of Belfast.
June 8, at Newtownlimavady, of consumption, Mr John Coghlan, jun., aged 17 years.
July 5, of croup, Bessie Savage, youngest daughterof Mr John Savage, Phonix Lodge, Dunmurry, aged 4 years.
July 4, in Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Richard Notter, Esq., of Rock Island, County Cork.
June 15, at Raffery, Killinchy, Mr Alex. M'Bratney, sen., aged 63 years.
July 4, at Bower's Hill, Shankhill Road, Mr John Quin, compositor, aged 57 years.
June 27, at Aldershott, Mary Anne, wife of Colour-Sergeant J.H.Lee, 97th Regt.
July 2, at 8(?) Prince's Street, Elizabeth, relict of the late John Milligan, aged 50 years.
June 24, at Ballydonnelly, of consumption, Robert Rollins.
SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS TO THE MANCHESTER EXHIBITION, via FLEETWOOD.
Every Tuesday evening at 7.5 p.m.
Tickets to Manchester and back, available for ten days, and to be obtained at
the Agents Office only.
Saloon and First- Class Railway ............17s 6d.
Steerage and Third-Class Railway.............6s 6d.
Passengers can return by any of the Company's Steamers.
ROBERT HENDERSON, Agent.
19 Donegall Quay.
SALES BY AUCTION.
AUCTION OF BOAT, SPARS &c, &c.,
To be sold by Auction at THORNFIELD (near Whiteabbey), the property of Mr
James Gardner, on Tuesday, 14th July 1857, at TWELVE o'clock, one BOAT, about 20
feet long, two Summers in use, Copper-Fastened, with Masts, Spars, Four oars,
and Balalst Boxes.
A number of Scantling Boards; 100 Larch Spars; 4-wheel TRUCK; GRINDSTONE; a
quantity of lumber, &c.,
Terms - CASH.
John H Gowan, Auctioneer.
5, Goerge's Lane
Belfast, 8th July , 1857.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION:
At Greypoint , on Wednesday, the 15th July, 1857, at Eleven o'clock.
THE HULL OF THE SCHOONER MARY JANE, 190 Tons O.M.
As she may lay on the Shore at Greypoint, in Belfast Lough, together with
about 25 Tons of Pig Iron, the remaining part of her cargo. The Vessel is about
two years old, and last year had four Tons of Iron Knees put into her.
For conditions, apply to Mr J.M. Gunson, Coal Merchant, Queen's Quay, Belfast.
AUCTION OF FARMING UTENSILS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c.&c.,
To be sold by Auction, at the Residence of Mr. John Pollock, Bunker's Hill,
between Belfast and Holywood, on Thursday, 16th July, at ELEVEN o'clock.
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE CONSISTING of Mahogany Tables; Mahogany and other
Chairs; sofa-bed, Eight-day Clock; Bedsteads and curtains; Glass; Delf; Kitchen
The Farming Implements, which are of the best description and in good order
will be Sold first. They consist of a Two-Horse Grubber (seven teeth); Metal
Field Roller; Two-Horse Threshing Machine; Barn Fans; Iron Ploughs; Harrows;
Turnip Cutter; Four Farm Carts; Liquid Manure Cart; Weighing Machine and
Weights; Cart and Plough Harness; Spades, Shovels, Lumber, &C.
Hugh C. Clarke, Auctioneer, 1st July 1857.
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