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Aghaloo Parish Death Announcements 1824-69

Deaths recorded in Aghaloo parish, Co. Tyrone, extracted from personal notices inserted in the STRABANE MORNING POST, LONDONDERRY SENTINEL & LONDONDERRY STANDARD
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

Date Data
August 3 1824 On Wednesday last, in North Great George’s Street, Dublin, aged 70 years, JOHN PRINGLE, ESQ. of Caledon, a Magistrate of the counties of Tyrone and Armagh, and formerly of the 51st Regiment, in which he served for many years, with great credit to himself and advantage to his country as an Officer and Engineer
May 1 1830 On Sunday last, near Caledon, in the 95th year of her age, MRS. HADDOCK, relict of the late JAMES HADDOCK, ESQ., of Corlaght, county Tyrone, and mother of MAJOR HADDOCK of the 97th Foot, who was killed by an elephant in the Island of Ceylon in June 1828
August 14 1832 Coroner’s Inquest: On Monday, the 30th ult. an inquest was held by STEWART MULLIGAN, ESQ., Coroner on the body of GEORGE STRINGER of Caledon, who came by his death on the road between Killilea and Caledon. From the witnesses examined, it appeared that the deceased was thrown down by MR. MOSSMAN’S horse, which had ran off with him, and which he (Mossman) was not able to hold in, DRS. COLE and SIMONS, (the former of whom had examined the body,) were convinced that Stringer’s death was occasioned by the bursting of a blood vessel – Verdict: Accidental death
April 5 1834 On Sunday, the 23rd ult., in Caledon, MR. WILLIAM ROLAND TAYLOR, eldest son of MR. E. TAYLOR, of that Town
June 7 1834 On May 10, at Clifton, ISABELLA, the wife of WILLIAM JOHN ALEXANDER, ESQ., of Caledon, county Tyrone
August 30 1834 In Warrenpoint [Co. Down], on Monday last, of cholera, WILLIAM STRICKLAND, ESQ., of Caledon
January 2 1836 On the 17th ult., MR. JOHN McMILLAN, of Carricklongfield, county Tyrone, aged 72 years. In the several relations of husband, father, and friend, he was affectionate and kind
May 27 1837 On the 14th inst., MR. ELY TAYLOR, of Caledon, aged 50 years
January 6 1838 At Caledon, on the 18th ult., MR. JOHN MULLIGAN, senior
December 22 1838 On Thursday, the 29th ult., at her residence, 5 Drumcondra Hill, Dublin, ESSY, relict of the late MICHAEL IRWIN, ESQ., of Caledon, and daughter of the late JAMES DYAS, ESQ., of Kingscourt
September 26 1840 On the 16th inst., at Caledon, county Tyrone, RICHARD ROBINSON LODGE, ESQ., Captain and Adjutant of the Royal Tyrone Regiment of Militia
May 15 1841 In Caledon, on Tuesday, the 20th ult., MARY, relict of ALEXANDER ALLEN, ESQ., M.D., late of the Royal Navy
August 14 1841 On the evening of Monday, the 2nd inst., after a lingering illness, MR. WILLIAM WILKIN, of Ramakit, near Caledon, aged 54 years
November 6 1841 On the 28th ult., at his residence, Ramikit, near Caledon, MR. DAVID WILKIN, in the 85th year of his age. He was for many years an Elder in the Presbyterian Congregation of Minterburn, in connection with the late General Synod of Ulster
November 27 1841 On Tuesday, the 23rd inst., after a short illness, ELIZA, third daughter of MR. J.B. KEENAN, Caledon, aged 9 years
March 16 1844 On Sunday the 25th ult., at Caledon, JAMES R. ALLEN, ESQ., Surgeon
August 17 1844 Of consumption, on the 6th inst., in the 45th year of her age, REBECCA, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN MORTON, of Caledon
September 27 1845 At Caledon, on Monday, the 15th inst., at the residence of his son, MR. JAMES KEENAN, Caledon Arms Hotel, MR. PHILIP KEENAN, formerly of Aughnacloy, aged 77 years
February 10 1854 On the 30th ult., at his residence, Aughavey, ALEXANDER GRAY, ESQ., late of Thorn Lodge, county Tyrone, and father to the REV. ALEXANDER GRAY, of Minterburn
February 18 1859 February 4, at Caledon, in the 101st year of his age, MR. ROBERT ALLEN, late of Tulnashane, in the vicinity of Caledon
July 29 1859 July 22, at 15, College Square North, Belfast, JANE MARIA, second daughter of the late REV. JAMES COLLINS, of Minterburn, Caledon
December 14 1860 December 10, at 9 Hibernia Place, Holywood, MARIA, relict of the late REV. JAMES COLLINS, of Caledon, county Tyrone
June 5 1863 May 28, at the residence of MR. SAMUEL MURDOCK, Monaghan, MR. JAMES HENDERSON, formerly of Caledon, aged 75 years
July 14 1863 July 8, at her seat, Tittenhanger, Herts., CATHERINE FREEMAN, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF CALEDON, relict of DUPRE, EARL OF CALEDON, and daughter of PHILIP, third EARL OF HARDWICK, aged 77 years
September 18 1863 August 29, at Livingston, N.I., America, ROGER MARSHALL, formerly of Cumber, near Caledon, county Tyrone, aged 57 years
September 22 1863 On the 18th September, at Omeath [Co. Louth], the sea residence of her brother, THOMAS DOBBIN, ESQ., ANNE, wife of HENRY L. PRENTICE, ESQ., of Caledon
July 19 1864 July 14, at Minterburn, near Caledon, county Tyrone, MR. JOHN FLEMING, aged 67 years
September 16 1864 On the 12th September, at the residence of her son, Carricklongfield, county Tyrone, FRANCES M., relict of the late JOHN FALLS, ESQ., of Dungannon
December 6 1864 JANE RUTHERFORD, housekeeper to the REV. N. BROWN, of Caledon, accidentally burned to death in the Manse
January 9 1866 On the 3rd January, at Derrygooly, Caledon, JOSEPH, son of MR. JOHN HOPPS
September 25 1866 September 18, at Dyan, county Tyrone, MR. DAVID CUNNINGHAM, late Colour Sergeant, 1st Bat. Coldstream Guards, age 62 years
May 5 1868 April 28, at Caledon, county of Tyrone, CAPTAIN GISBORNE HORNER, half Pay 12th Regiment, aged 33 years
October 12 1869 Oct. 8, at his residence, Caledon, HENRY LESLIE PRENTICE, ESQ., D.L., J.P., of Ennislare, county Armagh, aged 75 years