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Young Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1834-69
Extracted from personal notices inserted in the LONDONDERRY SENTINEL & LONDONDERRY STANDARD

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



LONDONDERRY SENTINEL

September 20 1834

[Married} On the 16th inst., in Castlecaufield Church, by the Rev. Robert Fraser, WILLIAM STEWART, ESQ., of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, Belfast, to PRISCILLA, daughter of the late JAMES YOUNG, ESQ., of Annaguinea, county of Tyrone

April 8 1837

[Died] On Saturday last at an advanced age, MRS. YOUNG, relict of the late MR. JAMES YOUNG, of Donnyloop

March 2 1839

[Married] On Thursday, the 21st ult., by the Rev. John McConaghy, Urney, MR JOHN YOUNG, Drumbane, to MARY, eldest daughter of MR. JAMES ECTOR, of Skelpy

July 18 1840

[Married] On the 14th ult., by the Rev. John Latimer, Ballinahatty, MR. JAMES YOUNG, of Edergold, near Omagh, to FANNY, second daughter of MR. THOMAS OSBORNE, of Millbrook, near Dromore

May 14 1842

[Married] On Thursday, the 5th inst., by the Rev. John Latimer, of Ballynahatty, MR. WILLIAM KING, of Cumber, near Fintona, to MARY, youngest daughter of MR. ROBERT YOUNG, near Ballynahatty

February 17 1844

[Married] On the 13th inst., in the Cathedral, Londonderry, by the Rev. W H. Stack, ALEXANDER THOMAS YOUNG, ESQ., only son of RICHARD YOUNG, ESQ., of Coolkeeragh House, to FRANCES MARY, youngest daughter of the late REV. JAMES JOHNSTON, Coalisland, county Tyrone

February 1 1845

[Died] On the 22nd ult., at Lough Eske, the residence of her nephew, THOMAS BROOKE, ESQ., MRS. YOUNG, relict of the late REV. JOHN YOUNG, Killishil, county Tyrone

August 15 1846

[Married] On the 30th June last, at Quebec, by the Rev. Mr. Clugson, CAPTAIN ALEXANDER YOUNG, of the ship "Alexander Bruce", to MARGARET JANE, only daughter of MR. ROBERT BUCHANAN, merchant, and granddaughter of GEORGE BUCHANAN, of Strathroy, near Omagh, Esq

September 11 1847

[Died] August 31st, aged 20, at the residence of his brother, East Road, City Road, WILLIAM, third son of the late JOHN YOUNG, of Cookstown, county of Tyrone, Esq., Surgeon in the Royal Navy

October 12 1849

[Died] Suddenly, at his residence, Altamullen, near Killeter, MR. GALBRAITH YOUNG, aged 67 years

April 19 1850

[Married] April 12, in St Ann's Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. William Quain, Rector of Drumglass, W.E. YOUNG, ESQ., of Belfast, to ELIZABETH, second daughter of the late WILLIAM DAWSON, ESQ., M.D. of Dungannon

February 28 1851

[Married] In Gortin Church, by the Rev. Thomas Budd, MR. JOHN KELLY, of Colvahillion, near Gortin, to SARAH, daughter of MR. JOHN YOUNG, Aughalane, near Plumbridge

July 4 1851

[Married] On Tuesday, the 1st of July, in St. Paul's Church, Islington, London, by the Rev. John Sheal, B.D., the REV. W.J. MITCHELL YOUNG, A.B., eldest son of JAMES YOUNG, ESQ., Annaguinea Lodge, to GEORGIANA, daughter of the late THOMAS JOHNSTON, ESQ., Harrington Street, Dublin

June 4 1852

[Died] At Newtownstewart, on 24th ult., MR. JOHN YOUNG

October 22 1852

[Died] On the 10th inst., at Annaguinea, Dungannon, of consumption, after a protracted illness, ANNE, eldest daughter of JAMES YOUNG, ESQ., aged 29 years

April 1 1853

[Died] On the 24th ult., at Blacksessagh Mills, near Omagh, MR. ROBERT YOUNG, aged 24 years

May 9 1856

[Married] In Maghnageragh [Killeter] Presbyterian Church, on Wednesday, 24th ult., by the Rev. Joseph Love, MR. HENRY YOUNG, Aughaern, to FRANCES, daughter of MR. RICHARD JOHNSTON, Ardarvar

November 27 1857

[Died] On the 13th inst., at his residence, Prince Edward Terrace, Blackrock, THOMAS G. YOUNG, ESQ., formerly of the Tyrone Regiment of Militia, aged 85 years

March 12 1858

[Died] On the 10th inst., at 4 Franklin Place, Belfast, CATHARINE, relict of the late SURGEON YOUNG, R.N., Cookstown, aged 73 years

March 12 1858

[Married] On Tuesday, the 2nd inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, MR. JAMES YOUNG, Glengaw, to JANE, daughter of the late MR. JOHN DUNN, Plumbridge, parish of Upper Badony, county Tyrone

July 2 1858

[Married] April 10, by license, at Ballarat [Victoria, Australia], by the Rev. John Potter, B.K. JOHNSTON, ESQ., surgeon, of Creswick, to LETITIA EMILY, eldest daughter of WILLIAM YOUNG, ESQ., of River View House, near Dungannon, county Tyrone

July2 1858

[Died] At Blindgate Street, Coleraine [C. Londonderry], aged 83 years, JANE, relict of the late MR. JAMES YOUNG, Cookstown

December 31 1858

[Married] On the 28th inst., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. James Crockett, MR. SAMUEL YOUNG, to MARTHA, eldest daughter of MR. OLIVER JONES, of Churchtown, county Tyrone

February 10 1860

[Married] February 2, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Ballinahatty, by the Rev. John Porter, JOHN MAXWELL, eldest son of the late MR. ROBERT BOOTH, of Denamona, to MARY, eldest daughter of SAMUEL YOUNG, ESQ., Ednafogery, both near Omagh

April 6 1860

[Married] March 29, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, assisted by the REV. JOHN MAXWELL, of Brigh, brother to the bride, ROBERT, eldest son of SAMUEL YOUNG, ESQ., Ednafogary, to ELIZABETH H., fourth daughter of the late WILLIAM HENRY MAXWELL, Lieutenant in the 72nd highlanders

September 21 1860

[Died] September 15, of effusion of the brain, ROBERT W., the beloved son of MR. JAMES YOUNG, Master of Omagh Union Workhouse, aged ? years and 6 months

April 19 1861

[Married] April 11, in the Presbyterian Church, Killeter, by the Rev. Joseph Love, MR. MOSES YOUNG, of Altnamullen, to LETITIA, daughter of MR. ROBERT HAMILTON, of Laught

June 28 1861

[Died] June 16, MARGARET, relict of the late MR. J. YOUNG, of Newtownstewart, aged 78 years

September 13 1861

[Marriage] August 13, in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, MR. CHARLES HAY, to MISS MARY YOUNG, both of Drumnaspar, Glenelly

April 18 1862

[Birth] April 13, at Ardarvar, the wife of MR. MOSES YOUNG, of a son

February 13 1863

[Died] February 8, at 2 South Anne Street, Dublin, ANNE, widow of the late MR. WILLIAM YOUNG, of this City, and Omagh, county Tyrone, aged 65 years

October 9 1863

[Married] On the 1st October, in the Presbyterian Church, Maghernageragh [Killeter], by the Rev. Joseph Love, of Lisleard, MR. JOSEPH HOEY, of Altimullan, to MARTHA, the eldest daughter of MR. JAMES YOUNG, of Augheanon

December 4 1863

[Married] On the 26th November, in the Presbyterian Church of Killeter, by the Rev. Joseph Love, THOMAS SPROULE, ESQ., J.P., of Altamullen, to SARAH, the daughter of MR. WILLIAM YOUNG, of the same Place

July 19 1864

[Married] July 14, at St. Thomas' Church, Dublin, by the REV. W.J.M. YOUNG, Incumbent of Brackadillo, brother of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Stanford, Rector of St. Thomas', SAMUEL YOUNG, ESQ., Solicitor, Dungannon, second son of JAMES YOUNG, ESQ., Annaguinea, Dungannon, to JANE, eldest daughter of the late HENRY SPEER, ESQ., of Dungannon

April 11 1865

[Married] April 8, in the First Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. Joseph Love, Killeter, MR. WILLIAM JOHN COOPER, of Aughnahor, to MARGARET, daughter of the late MR. THOMAS YOUNG, of Castlegore

July 21 1865

[Death] July 14, in the 18th year of her age, of a severe and protracted consumption, FANNY, daughter of the late MR. THOMAS YOUNG, of Castlegore, near Castlederg

November 21 1865

[Married] November 14, in Clougherney Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Samuel Cochrane, MR. DANIEL YOUNG, Manchester, to ELIZA JANE, youngest daughter of MR. JAMES CLEMENTS, Farnandrum, county Tyrone

July 17 1866

[Married] July 12, in Crossroads Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. John Davidson, WALLACE SPROULE, ESQ., M.D., Drumquin, to SARAH, eldest daughter of JOHN YOUNG, ESQ., Ednafogary

January 15 1867

[Died] October 12, at his residence, Seapear, New Zealand, MR. WILLIAM YOUNG, JUN., who met his death by a gun shot from a Maori, whilst defending his property. Mr Young was the eldest son of MR. JAMES YOUNG, of Edenmore [Edymore], near Strabane**see below

July 9 1867

[Birth] July 4, at Rosedale, near Dungannon, the wife of JOSEPH YOUNG, ESQ., union clerk, of a son

August 16 1867

[Married] August 8, in the Monkstown Church [Dublin], by the Rev. Dr. Murray, of Ballymena, brother in law of the bride, assisted by the REV. WILLIAM JAMES YOUNG, A.M., brother to the bridegroom, ROBERT FRANCIS, fourth son of the late JAMES YOUNG, of Annaguinney, county Tyrone, Esq., to ADELAIDE LOUISA CONSTANCE, the youngest daughter of the late THOMAS MOYERS, of Fortville, county Dublin, Esq

January 7 1868

[Married] December 31, at Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. Mr. Crockett, MR. ARTHUR IRWIN, Munnie, to ISABELLA, daughter of MR. ALEXANDER YOUNG, Castlegrove [Castlegore]

May 12 1868

[Died] On the 4th May, at Killeter, MARGARET, wife of MR. ROBERT YOUNG, aged 50 years

December 29 1868

[Died] December 25, at Annaguinea Lodge, Dungannon, SARAH, relict of the late JAMES YOUNG, ESQ., aged 62 years

January 12 1869

[Birth] Jan 3, at Rosedale, the wife of JOSEPH YOUNG, ESQ., Clerk of Dungannon Union, of a son

March 26 1869

[Died] March 22, at Castlegore, near Castlederg, in his 23rd year of his age, MR. THOMAS SPROULE YOUNG, late of Philadelphia



LONDONDERRY STANDARD

January 12 1867

DEATH OF MR. WM. YOUNG, NEW ZEALAND – We regret to have to record the death of MR. WILLIAM YOUNG, New Zealand, who met his death by a gun-shot from a Maori, whilst defending his property. It appears that the Maoris made an attack on the station, and, no soldiers being there at the time, all the settlers had to defend themselves against their savage assailants, and while thus gallantly engaged, Mr. Young fell a victim. Mr. Young was the eldest son of MR. JAMES YOUNG, of Eden More [Edymore], near Strabane. He emigrated to New Zealand about ’56; he was a young man of great abilities, and very successful in all his undertaking, whilst he never forgot his relatives in his native land. He is greatly lamented by his friends, both at home and in the land of his adoption.




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