IRELAND OLD NEWS
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, August 3, 1784
A letter from Waterford, July 25: The Anne, Ben Edmondson, from Cork for Philadelphia, carried over 300 passengers, none redemptioners, all paid; 10 guineas in the cabin, 6 in the steerage, or 4 in the hold; one passenger had been to America since the peace and returned for his family, in number 25.
Married: near Rapho, John Henderson to Miss Gray of Convoy; Lt. Davis of H.M. navy to Mrs. Porter of Bowhillan, Burt.
Died: Mrs. Magill, wife of James Magill of this city.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, August 10, 1784
Died: at Hornhead, Co. Donegal, the Lady of Charles Stewart; at Cork, Mr. William Scot, formerly of Castlefin.
Elizabeth Ellis has left her husband John Ellis of Altaconny, Co. Londonderry.
John Stewart jr., Cross lane, Bishop st., wants a few tobacco spinners for America.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, August 24, 1784
Married: Henry Huey to Miss Tyler of Newtown Limavady.
Died: Alexander Buchanan, shoemaker in this city; at Philadelphia, Rob. Carson, lately of Strabane.
Abraham Wilkinson jr will surrender himself for trial for the murder of John Mulholland.
Londonderry Journal; Tuesday, August 31, 1784
Mr. O'Flinn of Ship st. had his son baptized George Washington; he has a cellar in that street where he sells groceries, small beer, and brick dust.
Thomas Craddock, a letter-founder who worked with Mr. Parker of Grafton st., was shot by the soldiers guarding Dignam and is not expected to recover; others also were killed.
At the Omagh assizes: James Brown alias M'Nabb, for horse and cow stealing is to be executed Nov. 18.
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