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Petitions of Insolvent Debtors Court, Omagh, February 1846

Extracted from Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, April 11 1846
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

A list of bankrupts who presented their petitions for relief from insolvency at Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Court House February 28 1846

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

Many names and former places of residence are spelt phonetically, so a reasonable degree of creativity is required to locate a possible forebear.

 

SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

FORMER RESIDENCE

OCCUPATION

IRWIN

Andrew

Fintona

clothes dealer

JAMISON

Thomas

Strabane

grocer

LUNNY

Christopher

Omagh

baker

McCANNEY

Patrick

Fintona

farmer

McCLERNAN

John, jun.

Anaghmore

weaver

McCLINTOCK

Harriet

Creevanagh

widow

McKERNAN

James

Drumgullin

farmer

McLAUGHLIN

John

Newtownstewart

farmer

MALLON

Bernard

Cocksown [Cookstown?]

clothes dealer

MOORE

William

Kilmore

farmer

NIBLON

Thomas

Lurgancullen

farmer

NEWEL

John

Stewartstown

Victualler

O’DONNELL

John

Omagh

labourer

O’NEIL

Peter

Creenagh

farmer

RICE

Joseph

Cavan

weaver

WHITE

John

Omagh

pensioner

WHITE

George

Omagh

painter