Belfast Weekly News January 5 1895: 


LAW - MAGEE: December 22 at St Patricks Ballymaccarrett by the Rev. Mr Mervyn, Samuel, second son of Thomas Law, of Govan, Glasgow, to Minnie, only daughter of the late Andrew Magee of Antrim.


KIRKWOOD: December 27, at Monkshill, Ballygomartin, Mary, beloved wife of James Kirkwood. 

KIRKWOOD: December 28, at his residence, Robert Kirkwood, Grocer and Feuar 

MCKEE: December 29 1894, at Killyvolgan, Robert McKee, aged 86 years. 

Missing Friends: 

BELL: John Bell wishes to know the whereabouts of his cousin, Robert Bell Nesbitt, who left Belfast about nine years ago; last heard of at Port Said on his way to Australia. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received; 64 Excise Street, Belfast. Australian papers please copy. 

HURELL: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Lavinia Hurell, who emigrated to Australia about 40 years ago, and was last heard of about 3 years ago; was then living in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. Any information concerning her will be thankfully received by her uncle John Devlin, Main Street, Maghera, County Derry. Ireland. Australian papers please copy.

KENNEDY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of James Kennedy, who emigrated to Australia about ten years ago. He lived in Goraghwood, near Newry, County Armagh, and carried on the business of a farmer. Was last heard of about three years ago working in the silver mines, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. Any information will be thankfully received by his sister, Agnes Tate, 124 Grosvenor Road, Belfast, County Antrim. Australian papers please copy.

M'BRIDE: Wanted to know the address of Mr Robert M'Bride supposed to be in Belfast, and who has not been heard of since 1883. Any information will be thankfully received by Wm. James Little, Royal Canadian Regiment, Stanley Barracks, Toronto, Canada.

M'DONALD: Wanted to know the whereabouts of any of the friends of Michael M'Donald, who went to America in 1849 or 1850; his father was a shipcarpenter, living in Lombard Street, Dublin, his mothers maiden name was Mary Ann Wade. If any of his friends see this, address Medora, Billings County, North Dakota.

PATTERSON: A.S.Patterson, son of the late Alexander Patterson and grandson of late Mr Patterson, of Lincoln, would like to hear from his uncle Robert or aunt Anne or Anna;- Apply to Mr Thompson, stationer, Donegall Street, Belfast.

Submitted by: Brian

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