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Clogherney Parish Marriage Announcements 1838-69

Marriages recorded in Clogherney Parish extracted from personal notices inserted in the LONDONDERRY JOURNAL, LONDONDERRY SENTINEL & LONDONDERRY STANDARD
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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June 30 1838

 

CUMMINS-MACKEY. On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Lewis Brown, of Sixmilecross, MR. JOSEPH CUMMINS, of Beragh, merchant, to ELEANOR JANE, only daughter of MR. SAMUEL MACKEY, of Legacurry, county Tyrone

February 2 1839

 

SMYTH-McFARLAND. On the 24th ult., by the Rev. S. Smyth, MR. JAMES SMYTH, Cock Hill, county Derry, to JANE, daughter of MR. ANDREW MCFARLAND, of Kilcam, county Tyrone

December 11 1841

 

DUFF-WALSH. On 26th November, by the Rev James Lennon, C.C., and afterwards, on the 2nd December, by the Rev. Arthur Young, Cloughaneely Glebe, MR. GEORGE DUFF, St. Giles, London, to MISS SARAH JANE, eldest daughter of MR. THOMAS WALSH, civil engineer, Beragh, county Tyrone

February 25 1843

 

PATTERSON-McFARLAND. February 17 at the bride's residence, by the Rev. Archibald Armstrong, JAMES PATTERSON, ESQ., Thornhill, near Beragh, to MISS JANE McFARLAND, Woodbine Cottage, near Omagh. The parties are each upwards of 70 years of age

February 10 1844

 

ANDERSON-CURRY. At Carrickmore Church on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Samuel Alexander, MR. JAMES ANDERSON, of Killydroy, to MISS ANNA CURRY, of Sixmilecross

October 26 1844

 

SPEER-PERRY. At St. Mary's Church, Dublin, on Thursday morning, the 24th inst., by the Rev. Edward Brooke, Rector of Drumgooland, cousin of the bride, OLIVER SPEER, ESQ., solicitor of Dublin, to MARY, only daughter of SINCLAIR PERRY, ESQ., Seskinore House, Fintona, county Tyrone

March 1 1845

 

JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON. On the 18th ult., by the Rev. William Hamilton, Edenderry, MR. JOHN JOHNSTON, of Donaghanie, to MISS JANE JOHNSTON, of Recarson

November 8 1845

 

DUDDEN-BEGGS. On the 27th ult., Aughnacloy Parish Church, by the Rev. A.M. Pollock, MANLY POWER DUDDEN, ESQ., Lara Vale, youngest son of the late JACOB DUDDEN, ESQ., Captain 32nd Regiment of Foot, to SUSAN, 9th daughter of the late JOHN BEGGS, ESQ., merchant, Aughnacloy

January 30 1847

 

HAMILTON-STEVENSON. On the 12th inst., by the Rev. John Huston, Ballinahatty, the REV. WILLIAM HAMILTON, Edenderry, to MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES STEVENSON, Mullaghmore, Omagh

February 19 1848

 

DUDDEN-WHALE. At St. James' Cathedral, City of Toronto, C.W. [Canada West], on the 22nd of November by the Rev. H.I. Grasett, M.A., MR. JACOB DUDDEN, of Hornby, C.W. merchant, son of the late JACOB DUDDEN, ESQ., Lara Vale, J.P., for the county of Tyrone, and late a Captain in HM's 32nd Regiment of Foot, to KATE MORTIMER, only daughter of the late MR. RICHARD WHALE, of Thornhill, C.W.[Canada West], and niece of the late MR. MORTIMER of London, the great gunmaker

August 26 1848

 

O’NEILL-McDONNELL. On the 17th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Mr. McElhone, MR. HENRY O'NEILL, merchant, only son of JOHN O'NEILL, M.D., Beragh, county Tyrone, to JANE, fourth daughter of MR. EDWARD McDONNELL, of Mullahead, county Armagh

September 16 1848

 

BEATTIE-JOHNSTON. On the 5th inst., at Drumnakilly, by the Rev. R.G. Dickson, MR. IRWIN BEATTIE, Doogarry House, Omagh, to MISS JANE ANNE JOHNSTON, Beragh

January 6 1849

 

RODGERS-McDONNELL. At Beragh, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. P. Quinn, P.P., MATTHEW RODGERS, ESQ., merchant, to ISABELLA, third daughter of EDWARD McDONNELL, ESQ., of Mullahead House, Tandragee [Co. Armagh]

April 28 1849

 

MACKAY-HAMILTON. On the 19th inst., in Fintona, JAMES MACKAY ESQ., of Seskinore, to MARGARET, daughter of the late JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., of Ecclesgreen

March 7 1851

 

GALBRAITH-WARNOCK. On February 26, in the Presbyterian Church of Dromore, county Tyrone, by the Rev. James R. Dill, ARTHUR LOWRY GALBRAITH, ESQ., of Beragh, to MISS ISABELLA WARNOCK, of Tullaclena House, Dromore

March 11 1853

 

JOHNSTON-HOUSTON. Feb. 28, in the Parish Church, Sixmilecross, by the Rev. Andrew Christie, JONES JOHNSTON, Esq., of Lowtherstown [Co. Fermanagh], to MARY, second daughter of H. IRWIN HOUSTON, ESQ., Ballyhalahan, county Tyrone

September 2 1853

 

KYLE-MONTEATH. On the 18th August, in the Clogherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph McAskie, WILLIAM JOHN KYLE, ESQ., of Craduff, to MARY JANE, daughter of ROBERT MONTEATH, ESQ., of Mullaghmore

November 4 1853

 

JOHNSTON-LINDSAY. On the 27th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Edenderry, by the Rev. William Hamilton, MR. MATTHEW JOHNSTON, late of New York, to MISS MARY ANNE LINDSAY, of Donaghanie

June 9 1854

 

PORTER-JOHNSTON. On Tuesday, the 23rd ult., in Clogherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph McAskie, DAVID PORTER, ESQ., Strabane, to Catherine, third daughter of the late JOHN JOHNSTON, ESQ., Benchran

August 31 1855

 

BARTIN-MAYBERRY. On the 24th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, MR. JOHN BARTIN, Clogherny, to ELLEN JANE, daughter of MR. JAMES MAYBERRY, Aughafad

March 2 1860

 

SMYTH-WARNOCK. On the 28th February, in the Presbyterian Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, the REV. JOHN SMYTH, Seskinore, to MARY JANE, the only daughter of WILLIAM WARNOCK, ESQ., Drumragh, Omagh

March 2 1860

 

McCLINTOCK-ALEXANDER. At Termon Church, county Tyrone, on the 2nd of May, by the Rev. John J. Fox, Rector of Kinawley [Co. Fermanagh], uncle to the bride, GEORGE PERRY McCLINTOCK, ESQ., Captain Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, Seskinore House, county Tyrone, only surviving son of the late S. McCLINTOCK, ESQ., formerly of Newtown House, county Louth, to EMILY HARRIETTE, the eldest daughter of the REV. S. ALEXANDER, Rector of Termon, Diocese of Armagh, and grand-daughter of the late REV. CHARLES COBBE BERESFORD

March 1 1861

 

MACKAY-LOVE. On the 21st February, in Edenderry Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph McAskie, JOHN MACKAY, ESQ., of Legacurry, to MARY JANE, the only surviving daughter of the late EPHRAIM LOVE, ESQ., of Anney [Annagh]

March 1 1861

 

HAMILTON-McFARLAND. February 22, in Clogherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Joseph McAskie, MR. WILLIAM HAMILTON, Lislap, to ELIZABETH JANE, second daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, Drumduff

June 27 1862

 

McFARLANE-SMYTH. June 20, in the Cathedral, Derry, by the Rev. Francis Smith, MR. FRANCIS JAMES McFARLANE, Londonderry, to ELLEN, second daughter of CHARLES SMYTH, ESQ., of Redergan, near Beragh, county Tyrone

August 8 1862

 

GALLAGHER-McFARLAND. July 29, at the Parish Church, Clougherny, by the Rev. Arthur Young, MR. THOMAS GALLAGHER, Redergan, near Beragh, to ANNIE, only daughter of MR. WILLIAM McFARLAND, Eskermore, near Beragh

September 19 1862

 

CLARK-CLARK. September 10, in the Presbyterian Church, Sixmilecross, by the Rev. William Thomas Junk, MR. ANDREW CLARK, of Nottingham, to MATILDA, the eldest daughter of MR. JOHN CLARK, Beragh, county Tyrone

November 21 1862

 

YOUNG-GALBRAITH. November 13, at Clogherny Church, by the Rev. Robert V. Dixon, ex-F.T.C.D., assisted by the Rev. Arthur Young, THOMAS A., eldest son of ANDREW K. YOUNG ESQ., the Terrace, Monaghan, to SARAH JANE, only daughter of the late JOHN GALBRAITH, ESQ., of Greenmount, Seskinore, county Tyrone

September 1 1863

 

McILROY-SMYTH. August 18, in the Presbyterian Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. John Smyth, brother of the bride, MR. GEORGE McILROY, Eskermore, to MISS E.J. SMYTH, the Manse, Seskinore

October 13 1863

 

WALKER-CAMPBELL. October 5, in the Presbyterian Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. John Smith, MR. DAVID WALKER, carpenter, Omagh, to MISS MARY CAMPBELL, of John Street, Omagh

June 7 1864

 

LINSTER-COLHOUN. June 3, in Clogherny Presbyterian Church, Beragh, by the Rev. T.W. Junk, MR. JOHN LINSTER, station master, Carrickmore, to MARGARET, third daughter of JOHN COLHOUN, ESQ., Carrickmore

July 29 1864

 

HAMILTON-BUCHANAN. On the 26th July, in Clougherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Houston, Ballinahatty, assisted by the Rev. William Hamilton, father to the bridegroom, the REV. WILLIAM ROSS HAMILTON, Ballygawley, to CATHERINE, the youngest daughter of the late JOHN BUCHANAN, ESQ., Lisbuoy, near Omagh

January 24 1865

 

MULLAN-JOHNSTON. On the 17th January, in the First Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. John Arnold, MR. JAMES MULLAN, Omagh, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN JOHNSTON, of Donaghanie

June 16 1865

 

McFARLAND-WHITESIDE. June 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. David McKinney, Pomeroy, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, merchant, Beragh, to MARIA, only daughter of ARTHUR WHITESIDE, ESQ., of Lurganeden, Pomeroy

November 10 1865

 

COCHRANE-CAMAC. On the 8th November, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney [Co. Antrim], by the Rev. John Camac, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Robert Park, the REV. SAMUEL COCHRANE, of Clougherny, county Tyrone, to LIZZIE JANE, the youngest daughter of MR. THOMAS CAMAC, Garry, Ballymoney

November 21 1865

 

YOUNG-CLEMENTS. November 14, in Clougherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, MR. DANIEL YOUNG, Manchester, to ELIZA JANE, youngest daughter of MR. JAMES CLEMENTS, Farnandrum [Fernaghandrum], county Tyrone

September 7 1866

 

SIMMONS-CUMMINS. September 4, at Carrickmore Church, by the Rev. Samuel Alexander, Rector of Termonmaguirk, MR. JOHN SIMMONS, Dungannon, to ELLEN, youngest daughter of the late JOSEPH CUMMINS, ESQ., of Beragh

October 23 1866

 

DUNLOP-JOHNSTON. October 18, in the Presbyterian Church of Clougherny, county Tyrone, by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, MR. WILLIAM DUNLOP, Mullinvoney, to MARTHA, second surviving daughter of the late MR. JOHN JOHNSTON, Benchran, county Tyrone

November 27 1866

 

PINKERTON-GORDON. November 15, in the Presbyterian Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. John Smyth, A.M., MR. JAMES PINKERTON, to MISS MARY JANE GORDON, both of Lislea, county Tyrone

April 30 1867

 

DALY-HACKET. April 23, at the Parochial House, Beragh, by the Rev. H. Murphy, P.P., MR. HENRY DALY, Omagh, to ALICE, second daughter of MR. PETER HACKET, Curr House, county Tyrone

July 2 1867

 

DROOGAN-GROGAN. On the 25th June, in the Roman Catholic Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. H. Murphy, P.P., MR. FRANCIS DROOGAN, Ballygawley, to MARY, the eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN GROGAN, Seskinore, county Tyrone

October 8 1867

 

PATTERSON-MANNING. September 23, at Clougherny Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Cochrane, MR. J. PATTERSON, to MISS J. MANNING, Omagh

March 31 1868

 

ROBINSON-ASHFIELD. March 26, at Omagh Church, by the Rev. William Chartres, A.B., MR. ALEXANDER ROBINSON, of Mountfield, nephew of THOMAS ROBINSON, ESQ., M.D., Beragh, to RACHEL, second daughter of MR. KNOX ASHFIELD, Gortmore, Omagh

May 8 1868

 

ROULSTON-WILSON. May 7, at First Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev Samuel Cochrane, of Dervaghroy, MR. WILLIAM ROULSTON, of Raw, to JANE, eldest daughter of MR. FLEMING WILSON, of Tattykeel, near Omagh

May 26 1868

 

HOOD-LINDSAY. May 21, in the Clougherny Presbyterian Meeting House, by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, assisted by the Rev. J. Donald, Newtownstewart, MR. SAMUEL HOOD, Newtownstewart, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late JAMES LINDSAY, ESQ., Beragh, county Tyrone

December 11 1868

 

HAWKINS-McGOWAN. December 3, at Clougherny Church, by the Rev. R.V. Dixon, CONSTABLE WILLIAM HAWKINS, Royal Irish Constabulary, Ballymena, to SARAH, youngest daughter of MR. WILLIAM McGOWAN, Petty Sessions Clerk, Beragh, county Tyrone

August 3 1869

 

THOMPSON-BAIRD. July 28, in the First Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. L.A. Lyle, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, Clogherny, MR. JOHN THOMPSON, Eskermore, near Beragh, to Ellen, only daughter of the late MR. JOSEPH BAIRD, of Killen, Ardstraw

September 3 1869

 

WILSON-HARVEY. August 31, at Dervaghroy Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. William Hamilton, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, WILLIAM WILSON, ESQ., of Omagh, to MARY JANE, eldest daughter of ROBERT HARVEY, ESQ., of Camowen House, near Omagh

November 2 1869

 

McGLONE-DONNELLY. Oct. 28, at the Roman Catholic Church, Beragh, by the Rev. P. Quinn, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Hughes, C.C., MR. FRANCIS McGLONE, merchant, Carrickmore, to MISS S. DONNELLY, Sixmilecross