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Petitions of Insolvent Debtors, Debtors' Court Omagh, Co. Tyrone, March 1838

Extracted from Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, March 24 1838
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

A list of bankrupts scheduled to present their petitions for relief from insolvency at Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Court House March 2, 1838 at 9.00am

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

Many names and places of residence are spelt phonetically, so a reasonable degree of creativity is required to locate a possible forebear.

 

SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

FORMER ADDRESS

OCCUPATION

ALEXANDER

George

Birnase [Birnaghs?]

farmer

ANDERSON

James

Derrycrim

farmer

BELL

Thomas

Ballygawley

cooper

BODEN

Alexander

Cookstown

publican and grocer

BRANAGAN

Andrew

Glenbig [Glenbeg?]

farmer

BREEN

Bernard

Townyglasgan

farmer

BRYANS

Hugh

Omagh

pensioner

CAMPBELL

Arthur

Kellyberry [Killyberry]

farmer

CAMPBELL

John

Darghbrough [Dergbrough?]

farmer

CAMPBELL

John

Fintona

yeoman

CANWAY

Henry

Kenaghan

labourer

CARBARY

Thomas

Kenaghan

pensioner

CARSON

Henry

Ballyness

farmer

COLTON

Henry

Aughadolla

farmer

CONWAY

Patrick

Glassyagolgan [Glashygoland?]

labourer

DEAN

Andrew

Meaghey

farmer

DICKSON

James

Ballyward

innkeeper

DIVINE

Toal

Omagh

innkeeper

DOLIN

Christie

Maltra

farmer

DOLIN

Michael

Maltra

farmer

DONNELLY

James

Kilmenagh

weaver

DUFFY

Thomas

Fintona

sawyer

DUNCAN

James

Strabane

innkeeper

FROME

John

Claudy

innkeeper

FULTON

John

Beltony

farmer

GIVAN

George

Omagh

merchant

GLOVER

Thomas

Dungannon

pensioner

GRAHAM

Robert

Letfern

farmer

HALLIDAY

James

Castlecaulfield

innkeeper

HANDCOCK

Jane

Donoughmore

publican

HINDS

William

Tullymulmona

pensioner

HUGHES

Felix

Benburb

tailor

IRVINE

John

Gortin

gentleman

JACKSON

William

Moy

merchant

JOHNSTON

John

Coolkell

shoemaker

JOHNSTON

Robert

Omagh

gaol turnkey

KERR

Isaac

Leck

paper maker

KERR

William

Dungannon

esq.

LAUGHRAN

John

Castlecaulfield

nailor

LINDSAY

Thomas

Drumlegagh

farmer

MACKIN

John

Legaroe

weaver

MALLON

Patrick

Dungannon

farmer & linen merchant

MARTIN

Archibald

Carney

pensioner

MARTIN

John

Bemacatall

farmer

MARTIN

John

Carraghamillin

farmer

McATAGGART

John

Aughincluff

labourer

McATAMNEY

Patrick

Lesgallen

penioner

McCAFFREY

John

Omagh

carpenter

McCANN

John

Terlugan

farmer

McCLUSKEY

John

Donaghanie

farmer

McCULLOW

Peter

Omagh

mail carrier

McELHATTEN

Peter

Kellenan

farmer

McKINNEY

Edward

Strabane

shopman

McMAHON

James

Mackeny

farmer

McNAMEE

Patrick

Aughless

farmer

McVEY

Laurence

Benburb

stone mason

MOORE

Andrew

Drumgallin

labourer

MOWBRAY

Oliver

Leckpatrick

paper manufacturer

MULGREW

John

Dungannon

innkeeper

MULLAN

Denis

Beagh

yeoman

NIXON

John

Dungannon

labourer

NOBLE

Robert

Durmardnagrass

farmer

O’DOUGHERTY

James

Derryhore

farmer

O’NEILL

Peter

Fintona

slater

O’NEILL

Peter Nail Miles

Waterard

publican

O’NEILL

Roger

Claramore

farmer

PARKS

James

Lesnacreight

pensioner

PATTERSON

James

Dunbunraven

labourer

PATTERSON

John

Reskor

carpenter

PATTERSON

Mary

Loy

spinster

PATTERSON

William

Stewartstown

labourer

PLUNKETT

Joseph

Terryscollop

labourer

POTTER

Joseph

Knocknacroy

farmer and pensioner

RAFFERTY

Patrick

Dungannon

basket maker

RUSSELL

William

Aughless

farmer

SCANLIN

Andrew

Edymore

weaver

SIMONTON

William

Eskeragh

farmer

TREANOR

James

Aughnacloy

labourer

TURNER

John

Mullen

farmer

VAUGHAN

Robert

Newtownstewart

yarn merchant

WILSON

John

Aughlish

farmer