IRELAND OLD NEWS
Belfast Weekly News December 1 1894:
BEST: November 26, at Irish Street, Dungannon, the wife of John Best, of a daughter.
CARUTH: November 25 at Flixton Place, Ballymena, the wife of Norman C. Caruth, Solicitor, of a daughter.
CHARLES: November 18(?)at Veitch's Hotel, Edingburgh, the wife of Captain S.F.Charles, the Lancashire Fusiliers, of a son.
DISNEY: November 22, at Halesewen, the wife of Thomas Disney, of a son.
GRAHAM: November 27, at Desertlyn Cottage, Moneymore(?), the wife of Robert Moorhead Graham (Belfast) of a son.
HAMMOND: November 22, at 46 South Parade, Belfast, the wife of John Hammond, of a son.
HODGES: November 25 at 2 St Anne's Villas, Dollymount, County Dublin, the wife of the Rev. John .G. Hodges, M.A., Tessaran Rectory, Bannagher(?), Kings County, of a son.
MACDONALD:- November 23 at 7 St Andrews Terrace, the wife of Eugene Macdonald, of a son.
PENROSE: November 19 at St John's Rectory, Ballinasloe(?), the wife of Frank .P. Penrose, C.E., Superintendent of Public Works, Malacca Straits Settlements, of a daughter.
REID: November 28, at Holyrood, Rosetta Park, Belfast, the wife of Wm. Reid, jun., of a son.
SCOTT: November 24 at Malden, Essex, the wife of G. Melmoth Scott, of a daughter.
SILBERRY: November 23 at 3, Brookvale Terrace, Sydenham, Belfast, the wife of E.J. Silberry, of a daughter.
ARMSTRONG - BAILEY: November 19 at Holy Trinity Church, Rathmines , Dublin, by the Rev. S.A. Harris, M.A., Frederick Lionel, third son of the late William Armstrong, of New Ross, County Wexford, to Gertrude Emma, only daughter of James Bailey, 6 Belgrave Park, Rahmines.
BEANE - KAY: November 20, at Christ Church, Whitehead(?)?, by the Rev. O.N. Tribe, B.A., brother-in-law of the bridegroom, R. Leonard Beane, of Neatishead(?) , Norfolk, to Isabel Landells, third daughter of the late J. W. Kay, M.D., of Sydenham.
MAGEE: November 27, at her residence, Market Street, Lisburn, Margaret (Peggy) eldest surviving daughter of the late Thomas Magee.
MAYNE: November 27, at his residence, 26 Albert Place, Donegall Place, Alexander Smith Mayne ( formerly of Donegall Square East) in his 90th year..
MINFORD: Novemner 28, at Parkgate, Maggie, youngest daughter of Hugh J Minford.
MORRISON: November 26, at his residence, Pullynacross, Lisburn, after a brief illness, Joseph Morrison.
PARR: November 17, at his residence, 1 Godwyne Road, Dover, Thomas Parr, F.R.C.S.Eng,&c, Deputy Inspector- General Army Medical Department, J.P. for County Down, son of the late Captain Parr, 45th Regiment, aged 75 years.
PATTON: November 27 at the residence of his son-in-law, John Patty, Hibernia Street, Holywood, David Patton, aged 75 years.
PETRIE: November 22, at Carrowroe House, Sligo, William Petrie, aged 53 years.
STOREY: November 24, at Daisy Cottage, Bloomfield, Emily, the dearly beloved wife of William Storey.
STRAIN: November 24, at her residence, 40 Shaftesbury Avenue, Ormeau Road, Elizabeth, relict of the late James Strain ( formerly of May Street).
WATERS: November 26, at Holywood, County Down, Ellen, wife of Austin Waters, Town Clerk.
WATT: November 25, at his residence, Cliftonville, Thomas Watt, senior.
BELL: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Robert Bell, who left County Derry, Ireland about 45 years ago, and was last heard of about 20 years ago, when he was in Swanisland, Western Australia. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his sister, Margaret Bell, 163 Cowcaddens Street, Glasgow.
CARNEY (formerly CARTER) : Wanted to know the whereabouts of Mrs Mary Carney, native of Rathdowney, Queens County; last heard of in the United States. Information will be thankfully received by by C.R.Baird, Rathdowney. American papers please copy.
FITZPATRICK: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Hugh Fitzpaptrick, who left Lurgan on 16 December 1874; last heard of 17 miles out of Ipswich. Any information will be thankfully received by his mother, Ellen Fitzpatrick, 97 Edward Street, Lurgan, County Armagh. American papers please copy.
HOOKS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of James Hook, native of Newry, who left the 44th Regiment of Foot in India and went to Australia in August '82. Any information will be thankfully received by his brother, Alexander Hooks, care of C. Dunlop, 28 Henshaw Street, New City Road, Glasgow.
Belfast Weekly News: December 8 1894:
JACKSON: November 26, at Castlereagh, the wife of David Jackson, of a daughter.
LINDSAY: November 29 at 200 Newtownards Road, the wife of Francis Lindsay, of a daughter.
WILLIAMS: December 2 at Orangefield Terrace, Knock, Belfast, the wife of Thomas Williams, of a daughter.
M'DERMOTT: November 29 at the residence of her father, 205 Lorne Terrace, Belfast, Gertrude Louise (Gertie) wife of Charles Woodhouse M'Dermott, of Dublin, and only daughter of Thomas Green.
M'ILWAINE: November 29 at his residence, Ballyduff, Carnmoney, William M'Ilwaine, aged 72 years.
M'KEOWN: December 4, at the Union Infirmary, Lisburn Road, Belfast, William, eldest son of the late Arthur M'Keown, Ligoniel.
MAGEE: December 5, at 109 Old Lodge Road, Clark (Baby) ,second son of Richard Magee, aged 4 years and 4 months.
MAITLAND: December 3, at his residence, Lisnamintry, Portadown, James Maitland.
MISKELLY: November 30 at 43 Hartington Street, Belfast, Susanna (Susan), eldest daughter of Joseph A. Miskelly.
PAISLEY: November 14, at the residence of her grandmother, 38 Lodge Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, Margaret Jane Campbell, dearly beloved daughter of Thomas James and Jennie Paisley, aged three years and three months.
SPEER: November 28, 1894, at Killen, Castlederg, David George Elliott Speer, youngest son of Isaac Speer, aged 30 years.
STANNAGE: November 16, at Bailieborough, County Cavan, James Stannage, late of the London Metropolitan Police, aged 63 years.
Belfast Weekly News December 15 1894: Missing Friends:
MAHOOD: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Mahood who left County Cavan, Ireland, about the year 1891, last heard of at Stoneheng, Conneticut, Brodelyn(?) America:- Any information concerning him or his friends will be thankfully received by John M'Chesney, 12 Landressy Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow.
Belfast Weekly News December 22 1894: Missing Friends:
ASTLES: Wanted to know the whereabouts of the children or grandchildren of the late Samuel Astles, who left Northwich, Cheshire, some 25 years ago, and lived in or near Carrickfergus, County Antrim. Any information will be thankfully received by their cousin, Edward Aastles, 46, Chapel Street, Castle, Northwich, Cheshire.
BROOKS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Brooks, stevedore; some years back lived off Scotland Road, Liverpool; native of Newry, Ireland, his sister being dead.- Any information will be thankfully received by Wm. Shortt, 68 Spring Gardens, off Frog Lane, Wigan.
M'BRIDE: Wanted to know the whereabouts of James and Henry M'Bride, who left Aughnaskeagh, County Down, about the winter of 1839.last heard of in Ohio, U.S.A.. Any information regarding them will be thankfully received by Mrs M. Martin, 172 Argyle Street, Belfast.
ROBINSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of William Robinson, who left Dundee about 30 years ago for Texas, USA. It is believed that his friends were advertised for in this paper some time ago.Any information will be thankfully received by Maria Mathers ( maiden name Hillen), 24 Linview Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast. American papers please copy.
WILSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Thomas Wilson, who left County Fermanagh, Ireland, 15 years ago; was then working as a blacksmith. Any information will be thankfully received on behalf of hs sorrowing parents, by William Kennedy, Drumbulkin, Irvinestown, County Fermangh.
December 29 1894: The Belfast Weekly News, Price One Penny, is the best Family Protestant Newspaper in Ulster.
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