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Co. Tyrone Marriages 1850-1851
From the “Irish American Weekly”, New York, NY; Page 2 of the respective issue

Transcribed, Compiled & Submitted by Margaret Donnelly
hooksett416[at]aol.com



The "Irish American Weekly" (1849-1914) had a page devoted to "News from Ireland," with sections for each of the Provinces and sub-headings for the Counties. Irish newspapers were sometimes credited as the source of the news items. Among the Irish papers credited: Tyrone Constitution, Roscommon Messenger, Anglo Celt, Galway Mercury, Galway Packet, Galway Vindicator, Tuam Herald, Belfast News-Letter, Derry Sentinel, Derry Standard, Ulsterman, Tipperary Free Press, Midland Counties Gazette, Down Recorder, Newry Telegraph, Ballyshannon Herald, Dublin, Telegraph, Leinster Express, Waterford News, Waterford Mail, Coleraine Chronicle.

I have endeavored to transcribe accurately, using the punctuation and spelling found in the original. 

Groom Bride
Wales, George Frederick Greer, Charolotte
Vance, John Pringle, Margaret
Irwin, James Wright, Mary Charlotte
Donaldson, Rev. John Given, Laura Matilda
Balfour, George Craigie M'Coan, Sarah
Strahan, I. Kyffin, Anne (prev. Prendergast)
Harken, Alexander Quin, Theresa
Ellison, John William Porter, Elizabeth Phoebe
Nelis, John Buchanan, Margaret Georgina
Moutray, John James Armstrong, Mary
Cowell, John Kyffin, Frances

N.B. - Date = date of publication


Date: Saturday, August 31, 1850

Married July 25, at Phibsborough church, George Frederick Wales, Esq., surgeon, of Belfast, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late T. Greer, Esq., Tyrone.


Date: Saturday, October 12, 1850

Married At Minterburn, John Vance, Esq., of New York, United States, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Alexander Pringle, Esq., of Bolton’s Walls, near Caledon, county Tyrone.


Date: Saturday, December 14, 1850

Married November 14, at Moneymore, James Irwin, Esq. of Carlin House, county Tyrone, to Mary Charlotte, third daughter of the late Samuel Wright, Esq.


Date: Saturday, February 15, 1851

Married January 7, at Pettigo, the Rev. John Donaldson, resident Presbyterian Minister to Laura Matilda, third daughter of John Given, Esq. formerly of Milltown House, county Tyrone.

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Married January 11, George Craigie Balfour, Esq. of Hescombe, Scotland, to Sarah, daughter of the late Clement M’Coan, Esq. of the county Tyrone.


Date: Saturday, March 1, 1851

Married January 16, in Clonmel, Mr. I. Strahan, governor of the gaol, to Anne, relict of Thomas Prendergast, Esq. youngest daughter of the late J. Willington Kyffin, Esq. Captain in the Royal Tyrone Militia, and niece of the late General Effingham Lindsey.


Date: Saturday, June 7, 1851

Married May 5, at Omagh, county Tyrone, Alexander Harken, Esq. of Belfast, surgeon to Theresa, daughter of the late James Quin, Esq., solicitor, Omagh.


Date: Saturday, June 28, 1851

Married May 27, at Kilskeery, county Tyrone, John William Ellison, Esq. of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law, to Elizabeth Phoebe, eldest surviving daughter of the Rev. John Grey Porter, of Belleisle, in the county Fermanagh.


Date: Saturday, November 1, 1851

Married September 16, at Fintona, Tyrone, John Nelis Esq. of Omagh, proprietor of the Tyrone Constitution, to Margaret Georginia, third daughter of James Buchanan, Esq. of Fintona.


Date: Saturday, January 10, 1852

Married December 4, in St Nicholas Church, Galway, by the Rev. Francis Irwin, A.M., prebendary and rector of Tarmonbarry, uncle to the bride, John James Moutray, Esq, of the Custom House, Galway, son of Alexander Moutray, Esq., of Ballinasaggart , Ballygawley, county Tyrone, to Mary, only daughter of the late William Edward Armstrong, Esq., of Fortland, in the county Roscommon, and Domnick-street, Dublin, solicitor.

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Married in Clonmel, John Cowell, Esq., Quartermaster of the 12th regiment, to Frances, eldest daughter of the late Wellington Kyffin, Esq., Captain in the Royal Tyrone Militia, and niece of the late General Effingham Lindsey.





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