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Donacavey (Fintona) Roman Catholic Chapel Marriages 1866


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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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