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Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, March 1829


Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, March 1829

Extracted from Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, June 19, 1828

Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



Petitions for the relief of insolvency scheduled to be heard at Omagh, March 5 1829 at 9.00 am

 

[Bankrupts were detained in Omagh Debtors’ Gaol until outstanding debts had been cleared to the satisfaction of creditors]

 

Many names and residences are spelt phonetically, so a reasonable degree of creativity is required to locate a possible forebear


SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

FORMER RESIDENCE

OCCUPATION

ANDERSON

Joseph

Dungannon

innkeeper

BROWN

James

Tallysallagh [Tattysallagh]

tailor

CAUSE

Thomas

Moyne

pensioner

CORR

Edward

Drumany

farmer

DOUGLAS

James

Tolvan

farmer

ELDOWNEY [McELDOWNEY]

John

Lislemnahan

farmer

FERGASON

James

Ardvarnish

farmer

GALLAGHAR

Owen

Cornamuck

farmer

GLASS

John

Gillygooley

pensioner

HAGAN

Patrick

Colrevagh [Culrevog]

farmer

HENEY

James

Druminaless

farmer

HUGHES

James

Aughnacloy

dealer

HUGHES

Joseph

Drumbelyhan

pensioner

JOHNSTON

James

Omagh

innkeeper

LOUGE

Patrick

Drummin

farmer

MAGUIRE

Patrick

Killeans

farmer

McCREA

Joseph

Cavanakark

farmer

OVERAND

John

Ardagh, county of Down

weaver

WHITE

Arthur

Newtownlemarlin [Newtownhamilton?]

shoemaker

WILDMAN

William

Castle Canfield [Caulfield]

pensioner

 



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