Belfast Weekly News May 5 1894: Missing Friends: 


HASTINGS: May 1, at her residence, Craigfernie Terrace, Lisburn Road, Ellen Hastings (Nellie) the wife of the late William Hastings, C.E. and second daughter of John Rogers, J.P. Eden-a-Grena, Belfast. 

STITZEL: April 25, suddenly, Charles T.Stitzel, 64(?) Falls Road. 

Missing Friends: 

EVANS: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Hugh Evans, last heard of in Scotland; he was a square-set maker, and was married to Elizabeth Kelly, daughter of James Kelly, of Magherascouse, Co Down. He left Ireland about the year 1871. Any information regarding him will be kindly accepted by his son, Samuel Evans, 30 East Street, Newtownards, Co Down.

LYNDON: Herbert A. Lyndon, last heard of on board United States steamer, Tuscarora in 1877 or 1878. Information as to his whereabouts will be gratefully received by his mother, Mrs Jane Lyndon, 210, 2nd Street, San Francisco.

M'FARLANE: Wanted the address of Mr John N M'Farlane who went out to join the Cumberland Presbyterian Ministry; left Belfast in 1883-4; Address;  C.E.Crosthwaite, Ethol Cottage, Old Cummick, Ayrshire, Scotland.

PRESTON: Wanted to know the address of William Henry Preston. His last address in 1890 was Quackman Post Office, Somerset County, State of Maine, U.S.A.. Any information respecting him will be most thankfully received by his mother, Lucinda Preston, Derrycrew, Loughgall, County Armagh, Ireland.

Belfast Weekly News: May 19 1894: Missing Friends: 

FALLOON: Wanted to know the address of Thomas Falloon, who sailed from Larne, March 1866 to America. Last heard of in Illinois, about nineteen years ago, would like him to communicate with his brother Henry, to Mallusk Post Office, Belfast. American papers please copy. 

RAMSEY: Will Mr William Ramsey, who was last heard of ten years in care of Hevdenyard Post Office, N.S.W. Australia, communicate with his sister, Mrs Cairns, 15 Hillview Street, Belfast. Australian papers please copy. 

Belfast Weekly News : May 26 May 1894: Missing Friends: 

FEGAN: News wanted of the whereabouts of Bernard Fegan (son of Daniel and Caroline Fegan, both deceased) of Ballyedmond, Killowen, County Down, Ireland, seaman or steward on board one of the White Star liners, and who left Ireland about 12 or 13 years ago. Any information concerning him will be gladly received by his wife, Ellen Fegan, care of Editor Belfast Weekly News. Belfast, Liverpool and American papers please copy. 

HARPER: Will R.J.Harper, who sailed for Melbourne per ss Oroya in April 1891, please communicate with his brother. 

To the Editor of the Belfast Weekly news: Dear Sir- I beg to thank you for the advertisement you put in among the Missing Friends for the address of a friend of mine living in America, and  to state that the advertisement was answered by his sister in Belfast, and I have received his address. With many thanks, Cumnock, 22 May 1894.

Submitted by: Brian

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