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Petitions of Insolvent Debtors Court, Omagh, October 1838


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Petitions of Insolvent Debtors Court, Omagh, October 1838
Extracted from Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette October 27, 1838

Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



Taken from the Gazette, 24th June, 1838; hearings scheduled for October 9, 1838

[Bankrupts were detained in the Omagh Debtors’ Gaol until outstanding debts had been cleared to the satisfaction of creditors]


SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

ADDRESS

CALLING

BLANEY

Ambrose

Aughaddullagh

farmer

CONWAY

James

Glassygolgan [Glashygolan]

farmer

CULLEN

Michael

Sixmilecross

shopkeeper

DARAGH

Patrick

Mullen

farmer

DONNELLY

Francis

Derrimacanny [Derrymacanna]

farmer

DONNELLY

Edward

Sixmilecross

innkeeper

FULTON

John

Beltany

labourer

GARDINER

John

Balnagilly

pensioner

GORMLEY

William

Tavnabrine

labourer

HOUSTON

Henry

Crossteely

farmer

HOUSTON

Acheson

Crossteely

farmer

HUGHES

Andrew

Strabane

gardener

HUGHES

Henry

Dungannon

publican

KELLY

Mark

Lower Backs

weaver

MALLEN

Paul

Aughey

farmer

MALLON

Patrick

Kiltagh

farmer

McCANNY

Laughlin

Dooish

farmer

McDONAGHEY

Owen

Killan

farmer

McDONALD

Thomas

Fivemiletown

yeoman

McGRATH

Edward

Drumkee

yeoman

McGRONAN

Thomas

Altaghushey [Altaglushan]

yeoman

NEELY

George

Clogher

weaver

QUIN

Denis

Ballymacaul

farmer

QUIN

Michael

Cornamuck

farmer

SEMPLE

George

Garvaclough [Garvetagh]

farmer

SHUTER

Hugh

Drumnacross

farmer

SLOAN

James

Woodend-cottage, near Strabane

lieutenant, on half-pay

TAGERT

John

Drumnaforb

pensioner

WHITE

Barton

Newtown Stewart

merchant




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