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Wilson Family Notes, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland 1836-68

Extracted from personal announcements inserted in the Strabane Morning Post, Londonderry Sentinel & Enniskillen Chronicle & Erne Packet
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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December 6 1836

[Died] On Tuesday, in the prime of life, at Thomastown, (the residence of his brother) near Castlecoole, after a decline of many months, Edward Wilson apothecary, late of Enniskillen, aged 29 (Strabane Morning Post)

April 5 1837

[Married] On the 30th ult., in the Parish Church of Enniskillen, by the Rev. R.P. Clarey, A.M., Mr. John Devlin, Carlow, to Miss Harriet Sidney Wilson, youngest daughter of the late Richard Wilson, Esq., Tyrone (Londonderry Standard)

September 9 1843

[Birth] At Bundoran, on Monday, 21st ult., Mrs. Mervyn Wilson, Enniskillen, of a son (Londonderry Sentinel)

October 19 1844

[Married] At Enniskillen, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Maginnis, R.C.C., Mr. Alexander Wilson, phrenologist, to Bridget, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Maguire, merchant of that town (Londonderry Sentinel)

April 17 1851

[Married] In Derryvollen Church, by the Rev. Gorges Irvine, Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Killygreneagh?, to Anne Jane, second daughter of the late Mr. John Wilson, of Derryhillagh (Enniskillen Chronicle & Erne Packet)

August 21 1851

[Died] On the 10th inst., at Bobeveny, of decline, Thomas Wilson, aged 22 years. His end was peace (Enniskillen Chronicle & Erne Packet)

January 15 1852

[Died] On the 10th inst., Mr. Christopher Wilson of Derryhillagh. Though leaving a beloved family, he was enabled to testify that “the sting of death was taken away by God who had given him the victory through his Lord Jesus Christ” (Enniskillen Chronicle & Erne Packet)

February 13 1857

[Married] On the 17th ult., in the King's Chapel, Gibraltar, by the Rev. J.A. Crozier, Chaplain to the Forces, James George, Esq., Adjutant 93rd Highlanders, to Louisa Jane, only daughter of John Stewart, Esq., of that City, and granddaughter of the late James Wilson, of Thomastown House, county Fermanagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

May 20 1859

[Married] In the Presbyterian Meeting House of Enniskillen, by the Rev. James Dill, Hamilton Scott, Esq., of Dromore, to Jane, the daughter of the late James Wilson, Esq., of Thomastown, county Fermanagh (Londonderry Sentinel)

July 13 1860

[Married] July 5, in the Wesleyan Church, Lowtherstown, by the Rev. Charles Wood, brother in law of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Johnston, Mr. Thomas Johnston, merchant, Trillick, to Kate, second daughter of the late William Wilson, Esq., Crossan, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 12 1864

[Married] August 6, at Derryvollen Church, by the Rev. J. Wilson, Rector of Derrybrusk, Mr. Joseph Masterson, Derry, county Tyrone, to Eliza Jane only daughter of the late Mr. Robert Wilson, Cavancarragh, Enniskillen (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 23 1864

[Married] August 17, at the West Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, by the Rev. S.J. Moore, assisted by the Rev. David Wilson, D.D., of Limerick, brother of the bride, James Campbell, Esq., Palmyra Crescent, Galway, to Miss Wilson, of Ballyloughan House (Londonderry Sentinel)

June 26 1868

[Married] June 23, in Tempo Church, by the Rev. W.S. Burnside, assisted by the Rev. John Whittaker, Mr. James Armstrong, Drumbulkin, Ballinamallard, to Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr. James Wilson, Derrykeeghan (Londonderry Sentinel)