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Wauchob Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1785-1865


Wauchob Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1785-1865
Personal announcements and notices extracted from the STRABANE JOURNAL, STRABANE MORNING POST & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL

Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



STRABANE JOURNAL:

8 November 1785

Married last night, MR GEORGE BUCHANAN, to MISS MARGARET WAUCHOP, of this town


STRABANE MORNING POST:

April 18 1815

Married on Wednesday last, MR. JOHN BUCHANAN, of this town, to MISS WAUCHOB, of Trusk, County Donegal

July 23 1822

Died on Thursday last, after a lingering illness, MR. WM. WAUCHOB, of this town, merchant

July 30 1822

NOTICE

It is requested that all those whom the late WILLIAM WAUCHOB stood indebted, will immediately give in their Accounts

Strabane, July 29, 1822

January 2 1827

Died on Thursday last, MRS. WAUCHOB wife of MR. DANIEL WAUCHOB, of this town

July 9 1827

Died on Thursday last, MR. DANIEL WAUCHOB, JUN. of this town

July 15 1834

Died on the 10th inst. MRS. MARGARET WAUCHOB aged 50. She was a loving wife, and a mother, who set her children a christian example, infusing into their minds early notions of piety and virtue; and as to her character as a friend and neighbour, it was clearly evinced by the numerous and respectable attendance following her remains to the family burying ground at Stranorlar [Co. Donegal]

September 1 1835

We are gratified to find that MR. SAMUEL WAUCHOB, of this town, has been appointed by the Rt. Hon. DR. RADCLIFFE, a Notary Public; and that he was on Tuesday last duly sworn in, and has obtained his Faculty and License authorising him to act as such

October 27 1835

SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT

Castle-street, Strabane

The Subscriber begs to return his most grateful thanks to the Public, for the kind patronage which he has received since his commencement in business, and hopes, from attention to orders and punctuality, to merit a continuance of it. He now begs leave to announce the arrival, from England, of a large assortment of Goods in his line for the winter, which, on inspection, will be found of very best description.

He has now on hand a large assortment of .Plaited and Brass mounted Coach and Gig

HARNESS,

Also a great variety of

HUNTING HARNESS, AND ENGLISH REINS,

all of which having been purchased for Ready Money, he is able to dispose of at considerably reduced prices

He has also on hand, a great variety of Articles in the Farming line

Wanted, for the above Establishment, a Foreman of steady habits

E. WAUCHOB

Strabane, October 23, 1835


LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

October 29 1842

Died at Strabane, on Wednesday, the 26th inst., of a sudden attack of inflammation which he bore with patient resignation, MR. EDWARD WAUCHOB, saddler, aged 32 years

January 6 1844

Died at his residence, Strabane, Sunday, 31st December, DANIEL WAUCHOB, ESQ., aged 82 years

March 7 1846

Birth: On the 1st inst., in Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin, the lady of SAMUEL WAUCHOB, ESQ., of a son

February 14 1851

Birth: On the 3rd inst., at 73 Lower Mount Street, Dublin, the lady of SAMUEL WAUCHOB, ESQ., of a daughter

March 5 1852

Married February 17, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, MR. SAMUEL WAUCHOB, JUN., to ELIZABETH, youngest daughter of the late JOHN TAGERT, ESQ

August 4 1854

Died at Dublin, on the 29th ult., SAMUEL WAUCHOB, ESQ., solicitor, late of Strabane, aged 54 years

February 13 1857

Died at Kinkitt, near Strabane, on the 9th inst., MR. SAMUEL WAUCHOBB, aged 76 years

January 29 1858

Died on the 26th inst., at Fyfin, parish of Urney, MR. THOMAS WAUCHOB, aged 88 years

June 27 1865

Married June 15, in the First Ardstraw Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Mr. Lyle, JOSEPH WAUCHOB, ESQ., of Kinkitt, to ISABELLA, daughter of the late JAMES ENTRICAN, ESQ., of Stonyfalls




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