IRELAND OLD NEWS
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 1, 1779
Died: in Co. Galway, Patrick Hamilton; at Loughrea, Nicholas Lynch; at Birr, Francis Rolleston; in Co. Longford, Mrs. Denny, aged 102 years; at Sligo, Mr. Hartley, aged 96 years; at Belfast, Mr. Noseda, instrument maker; at Favour Royal, Co. Tyrone, John Moutray; at Shamsany, Co. Monaghan, the wife of James Corry; on Summer hill, John Read; in King st., Eatton Stannard, student of Trinity College; in Hanover lane, Mrs. M'Cullogh, aged 102 years; in Capel st., Cornelius Wynne, bookseller.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 4, 1779
Belfast, May 28.
Died: Monday last at Newry, Rev. James Moody, for 40 years dissenting clergyman of that place.
Timothy Tracy, convert to the Church of Ireland at the parish church of Monnkstown.
Died: the Archbiship of Cashel.
Married: Capt. Andrew Miller to Miss Finley, both of this city.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 15, 1779
Mr. Kennedy O'Kennedy and Margaret his wife, converts to the Church of Ireland, at the Cathedral.
Paul Benson, Corke; James Doyle, Dublin; Thomas King, Newtown Lemavady.
Died: In Dublin, George Cary, age 21, of Redcastle (body was returned to Redcastle for burial).
Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 18, 1779
Died: Tuesday, Mrs. Anne, wife of John Kinnear, of Greenfield.
Londonderry Journal; Friday, June 25, 1779
Married: Yesterday, Mr. Stevens, sugar merchant of this city, to Miss Gray, daughter of Hugh Gray of Burt.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, June 29, 1779
Married: James Scot, son of the late Baron Scot, to Miss Leslie, daughter of the late Bishop of Limerick; John Scot, the Attorney General, to miss Lawless.
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