|Attwell, Joseph||Martha White||16 February 1858||Joan Hunter|
|Black, James||Matilida Henderson||21 September 1837||Jennifer Ham|
|Caldwell, Thomas||Jane McGown||29 January 1859||Pat Hocker|
|Doak, John||Jane Atwell||11 June 1844||Joan Hunter|
|Murphy, Edward||Anna Loughran||20 January 1818||Allison White|
|Murphy, James||Ann Harpur||3 March 1858||Joan Hunter|
|Wright, James||Elizabeth Ann McConkey||2 January 1838||Dennis Wright|
Marriage, 2nd Presbyterian Church, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, 29 Jan 1859 of Thomas Caldwell, a schoolmaster, son of James Caldwell, a farmer to Jane McGown, dtr of Thomas McGown. Both parties full age. Thomas McGown a farmer. (Source: Church Registers, PRONI). This couple emigrated to Australia, 10 Oct 1860 with their first child, Mary, aboard the ship, British Trident, from Liverpool. (Emigration info from descendant, Bill Caldwell, in Australia, who has assembled a great deal of documentation, as well as some photographs).
1844 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Cappagh in the County of Tyrone
of Ballynamullin Parish of Cappagh and Jane Atwell of
Ballynamullin Parish of Cappagh were married in this church by License with
the consent of Parents this Eleventh day of June in the Year one Thousand
eight Hundred fourty four
By me W. L. Cuthbert Curate
This marriage was solemnized between us, John Doak / Jane Atwell
In the presence of Joseph Atwell / James McKelvey
1858 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church
in the Parish of Cappagh in the County of Tyrone
No. 85 | When married: 16 February 1858 | Name and Surname: Joseph Attwell / Martha White | Age: 62 / 29 | Condition: Widow / Spinster | Rank or Profession: Farmer / --- | Residence: Cranny / Cranny | Father's Name and Surname: Samuel Attwell / Joseph White | Rank or Profession of Father: Farmer / Farmer
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the United Church of England and Ireland, by License, by me W. R. Weir, Curate of Edenderry?
This marriage was solemnized by us, Joseph Attwell / Martha X White her mark in the presence of us, James White / Joseph White
1858 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Cappagh in the County of Tyrone
No. 86 | When married: 3 March 1858 | Name and
Surname: James Murphy /
Ann Harpur | Age: 19 / 19 | Condition: Bachelor /
Spinster | Rank or Profession: ??? Maker / --- | Residence:
Lough Muc / Killyclogher | Father's Name and Surname: John
Murphy / John Harper
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the United Church of England and Ireland, by License, by me Stephen Ad???
This marriage was solemnized by us, James Murphy / Ann Harper in the presence of us, George White / Samuel Attwell
On the 21st inst., by the Rev. Samuel Smyth, Presbyterian Minister of Draperstown, Mr. James Black, of Kildress, county Tyrone, to Matilda [Henderson], second daughter of Mr. James Henderson, of Carnamoney, county Londonderry. [Source Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland) Friday, September 29, 1837: Issue 10467]
Transcript received from PRONI
January 2, 1838
James Wright of Ballynafeagh Parish Arboe married Elizabeth Ann Mc Conkey of Stuart Hall Parish of Arboe.
Witnesses: Joseph Mc Conkey, John Boyd, Thomas Bell, Thomas Donnelly
Marriage registered in Cookstown with the marriage most likely taking place at Brigh Presbyterian Church
20 Jan 1818
MURPHY-LOUGHRAN - at Killeeshil Parish, Marriage of Edward Murphy of Donaghmore and Anna Loughran of this parish. Sponsors: Patricia Cunningham and Patrick Loughran.