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Donacavey (Fintona) Roman Catholic Chapel Marriages 1866


Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Chapel Marriages
Registration District of Omagh (Drumragh Parish)
Registered in the Fourth Quarter of 1866

Transcribed and submitted by Loree Muldowney



6 October 1866

GOODWIN-DALY.

JOHN GOODWIN, full age, bachelor, tailor, or Market St. Omagh, son of JOHN GOODWIN, tailor

&

MARY DALY, full age, spinster, maid of Market St. Omagh, daughter of TERRENCE DALY, butcher

Witnesses: FRANCIS BERGIN & MARY ANN BERGIN

October 10 1866

DONAGHEY-McGOLRICK.

JAMES DONAGHEY, 25, bachelor, fowl dealer of Omagh, son of BERNARD DONAGHEY, farmer

&

MARGARET McGOLRICK, 21, spinster, of Omagh, daughter of JAMES McGOLRICK, coachman

Witnesses: Mary DAILY & Owen McGRANAHAN

October 12 1866

HACKET-WASSON.

John HACKET, 42, widower, painter, of Omagh, son of John HACKET, clerk

&

Martha WASSON, 30, spinster, servant, of Omagh, daughter of John WASSON, farmer

Witnesses: JAMES McGOWAN &CON. McGRANAHAN

October 26 1866

COLLINS-EAGAN.

PATRICK COLLINS, 42, bachelor, shoemaker, of Mullaghmore, son of PATRICK COLLINS, pensioner

&

SUSAN EAGAN, alias CONNOR, 36, widow, spinster [sic] of Mullaghmore, daughter of EDWARD CONNOR labourer

Witnesses: ALICE McMANUS & ANN COLLINS




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