IRELAND OLD NEWS
Belfast Weekly News : June 2 1894: Missing Friends:
ANDREW: Wanted, information concerning the whereabouts of Wm. Andrew, a member of the Foresters Society, who left Glasgow for Adelaide or Melbourne, about fourteen years ago, or his daughter, Jane Andrew, who accompanied him: - David Little, Lisnaskea.
ERWIN: Information wanted of Susanna and Margaret Erwin, who left Ireland about the year 1839, or thereabouts, for New Orleans. Any information of them would be thankfully received by their loving sister, Sophia Erwin, or McCann, who is still living within two miles of Lurgan, Co Down, Ireland. American papers please copy.
M'DONALD: Wanted to know the whereabouts of William John M'Donald, who formerly lived in Aughacommon, Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland. Last heard of in Christ Church, Hokilika, New Zealand. Any information will be thankfully received by his sister, Mrs Jane Wright, Teemore Tandragee, Ireland.( New Zealand papers please copy)
TURKINGTON: Information wanted of Ellen Turkington who left Glasgow in March 1883, for Queensland. Went as domestic servant, last heard of in Townsville, Queensland in 1885. Any information concerning her would be thankfully received by her sister, Elizabeth Turkington, Bovain, Moy, County Tyrone. Queensland papers please copy.
Belfast Weekly News : June 16 1894: Missing Friends:
DICKIE: John James Dickie, missing since 19th May 1894, aged 23 years. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his sorrowing father, Hugh Dickie, umbrella maker, 14 Northbridge Street, Airdre, Scotland.
M'GUIGAN: Information wanted of Michael M'Guigan aged about 17, who has been written for by his friends in America. Any information will be thankfully received by his father, Joseph M'Guigan, Carriff, Forkhill, County Armagh.
Belfast Weekly News : June 23 1894: Missing Friends:
DAWSON: Wanted, information of Thomas and Tracy Dawson, last heard of in Bedwheel Blue Hotel, Hunter River, near Sydney, fourteen years ago. Thomas was employed as a county surveyor, and Tracy kept a store. Any information of them would be thankfully received by their brother, Ezekial Dawson, Bell's Hill, Castledawson, County Derry, Ireland. Australian and Queensland papers please copy.
HEALEY: Any information concerning Edward Healey, missing since May 1893, aged 24 years will be thankfully received by his sorrowing father, Matthew Healey, Derrdamph, Beglieve, Bailieborough, County Down.
Belfast Weekly News June 30 1894: Missing Friends:
CHERRY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Robert James Cherry, who left this country about two years ago for Ontario, Canada. Was last heard of in Montreal, about the beginning of August, 1893. If he, or anyone who knows his present address, would kindly communicate with his mother, Mrs John Fowler, 18 Foster Street, Belfast, she would be very grateful.
CLATWORTHY: Wanted, information of James Clatworthy, who left Dalry, Aryshire, thirteen years ago in Dunedin. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his father, James Clathworthy, Rankston-by-Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland. New Zealand papers please copy.
JOHNSON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Mary Johnston, who was last heard of as living in John Square, Limerick, about twenty years ago. She then went to Manchester to her mother. Her sister, Margaret Johnston, 21, New Lodge Road, Belfast, will be glad to hear from her.
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