IRELAND OLD NEWS
Belfast Weekly News: February 3 1894:
CURLISS: Wanted to know the anything about Rebecca or Anne Curliss, whose brother served his time in the 'Ulster Times' - Please reply to their sister, Mrs John Pettigrew, no.101. West Avenue, N.Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
CRAWFORD: Information wanted of Mrs Mary Anne Crawford. When last heard from, five years ago, was living at 78 Leopard Street, Belfast. Any information of her present address will be thankfully received by her brother William M'Burnie, Tullyvallen, County Armagh.
MULVENNA or SHEPHARD: Wanted to know the whereabouts of John Mulvenna or Shephard. Last heard of in Belfast sixteen years ago. - Should this meet the eyes of their friends or themselves would they communicate with their sister Mrs Jane Harper or Mulvenna, Box 403, Greenwich,Conn,America.
Belfast Weekly News: February 10 1894: Missing Friends:
COX: Philip Cox, of Blocknet, Bohoe, Enniskillen, would like to know the whereabouts of his uncles, James, John and Patrick Cox. Patrick was a blacksmith, and last heard of about twenty years ago; were working in MacMahons Foundry, Cincinnati, Ohio.
PYPER: Information desired concerning Richard Pyper, who left Lurgan about twenty years ago. Any information will be thankfully received by his wife, Mrs Hessie Pyper, Fountain Street, Antrim, County Antrim. Foreign papers please copy.
Belfast Weekly News February 17 1894: Missing Friends:
CROW:or KIRK: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Julia Crow or Kirk: Last heard from eleven years ago when living in Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey. Any information of her present address would be thankfully received by her sister, Mary Ward, Schoolwell Street, Stevenston, Ayrshire.
HUTCHISON: Wanted the address of Mary or Olivia Hutchison, by their brother John.- Mrs Hutchison, 94 Parson Street, Town Head, Glasgow.
Belfast Weekly News February 24 1894: Missing Friends;
MACKEY: Wanted, the address of Samuel Mackey who left Maryhill, Glasgow, for New York about seven years ago; last heard of about four years ago in New York. Robert M'Millan, 22 Argyle Street, Maryhill, Glasgow. American papers please copy.
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