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Names & Residences of Process Servers, 1853


Names & Residences of Process Servers, 1853

Extracted from the Tyrone Constitution, May 4 1853

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



NAMES OF PROCESS SERVERS FOR THE COUNTY [TYRONE]

 

SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

POST TOWN

BREADEN

William

Fivemiletown

BURNS

Thomas

Coagh

COLHOUN

John

Mountfield

COLHOUN

Stewart

Mountfield

COLLINS

Thomas

Strabane

CULLEN

James

The Rock

CUMBERLAND

Robert

Killyman, Moy

DAVIDSON

Alexander

Caledon

DILWORTH

Christopher

Castlecaulfield

DONNELLY

Hugh

Orritor, Cookstown

DRUMMOND

Samuel

Termon

FENTON

Hugh

Gortin

FLETCHER

Thomas

Dunamanagh

GWYNNE

Joseph

Dromore

HACKET

Joseph

Balligawley

HAMILTON

Stewart

Balligawley

HAMILTON

William

Fintona

HAMILTON

Robert

Fintona

HAMILTON

John

Castlederg

HARDY

John

Dungannon

HOLLAND

Henry

Dungannon

JOHNSON

John

Newtownstewart

JOHNSTON

George

Cookstown

LIGGET

Samuel

Pomeroy

LOAN

John

Fintona

McANANLEY

Felix

Augher

McCAWLEY

Hugh

Coagh

McCLEAN

Joseph

Sixmilecross

McCLEAN

Thomas

Beragh

McDONALD

Matthew

Drumquin

McGETTIGAN

James

Ballymagorry, Strabane

McKENNA

Hugh

Newtownsaville

McPHILEMY

James

Omagh

MEANS

Robert

Omagh

MORROW

John

Dungannon

MOSSY

Edward

Gortin

MULDOON

John

Dungannon

NEWELL

Samuel

Stewartstown

PORTER

James

Omagh

PORTER

James, jun.

Omagh

SHERIDAN

James

Killeter

SLOAN

John

Benburb, Moy

SMILEY

Robert

Coalisland

SMYTH

Hugh

Trillick

TAYLOR

Thomas

Moy

WALLACE

Alexander

Clogher

WILSON

James

Aughnacloy

 

The Assistant Barrister has issued a peremptory order that the Process Servers shall reside in the Market Town for which they have been appointed, that they shall indorse all Processes served by them , as well as the Original as all Copies thereof, with their names legibly written or stamped thereon; and that they shall attend from Two to Four o’clock at the Court-house, on the day before each Sessions, and report their attendance to the Court-house Keeper of each Sessions town.




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