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Drumglass Parish (inc. Dungannon), Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Death Announcements 1775-1850

Extracted from personal notices inserted in numerous Irish newspapers
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia



Date Announcement
December 27 1775 MCLOUGHLIN. At Dungannon, in the Co. of Tyrone, Mr. Oliver McLoughlin, School-master (Hibernian Journal)
May 1 1778 HIGGINS Sincerely lamented, Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, wife of Mr. Charles Higgins of Dungannon, county of Tyrone (Saunders’ News-Letter)
February 3 1785 SPROULL On Sunday, the 23 rd ult., Mr. Robert Sproull, of Dungannon (Saunders’ News-Letter)
June 26 1790 LEE At Fort Edward, near Dungannon, on the 3rd instant, aged 23 years, Mr. George Lee, of Burton Overy Leicestershire (Dublin Evening Post)
March 19 1805 GIVEEN At Dungannon, James Giveen, formerly of Coleraine, Esq. (Hibernian Journal)
September 4 1805 TRACY Suddenly, on the 28th instant at the early age of 32 years, Mr. James Tracy, of Dungannon, Attorney, who possessed urbanity of manners, and professional knowledge, that would have done honour to the first rank in society (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
November 8 1808 BROWNE (IRWIN) At Caledon, on Friday, 28th October, after a tedious and painful illness, Mrs. Jane Browne, wife of Mr. Nicholas Browne, of Dungannon, and eldest daughter of Thomas Irwin, of Caledon, Esq., a lady ever esteemed for her charitable disposition and amiable manners; she endured her affliction with fortitude and patience, characteristic of a true Christian. Her memory is justly revered and sincerely regretted by her friends and numerous acquaintance (Dublin Evening Post)
December 12 1808 DAWSON At Halifax, North America, Mr. Richard Dawson, Surgeon in the 7th, or Royal Fuziliers, third son of Captain Dawson, of Bovain, near Dungannon (Saunders’ News-Letter)
July 25 1812 MURRAY At Dungannon, on Thursday, the 16th inst., in the 74th year of his age, Rev. William Murray, D. D., thirty years Master of the Free School of Dungannon, and only surviving Brother of the late Rev. Richard Murray, D. D., formerly Provost of Trinity College, Dublin (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
February 1 1814 KNOX On Friday, the 21st ult., at Dungannon Park, the seat of Lord Viscount Northland, his Lordship’s grandson, Thos. Knox, third son of the Hon. and Rev. Edward Knox, and of Charlotte, sister to Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bart., a child of five years of age, in consequence of swallowing vitriol, which had been carelessly left on a table by a female servant. Medical aid was immediately called in, but in vain. The corrosive liquid had destroyed the coats of his stomach, and after languishing 48 hours, he expired (Saunders’ News-Letter)
August 12 1817 GERAGHTY In Dungannon, on the 31st ult., Thomas Geraghty, Esq., - He was attended to the grave by an immense concourse of people. The remains of this valuable man were deposited in the Chapel of Killiman (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
August 17 1817 GRIBBON At Dungannon, Mr. John Gribbon – And on the 30th, ult., of a decline, his son, Mr. Thomas Gribbon, Attorney (Saunders’ News-Letter)
December 27 1817 SMALL Suddenly, at Dungannon, Mrs. Mary Small, wife of Surgeon James Small (Saunders’ News-Letter)
May 6 1818 CONROY At Dungannon, aged 110 years, Mr. John Conroy (Saunders’ News-Letter)
May 14 1818 WOODS On the 4th instant, at Gortnagully? near Dungannon, John Woods, an industrious farmer at the advanced age of 122 years. He lives a regular and sober life. His wife died about two years ago, aged 82 years. He was 42 years old on the day of her birth. He was born Anno Domini 1696, in the reign of William III, of course he lived in the reigns of five successive Monarchs; and the reign of the present King has been longer than that of any other whoever ascended the British throne (Saunders’ News-Letter)
November 15 1820 CANNING At Coleraine, on Friday, the 10th inst., in the 21st year of her age, Miss Mary Canning, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. Canning, of Dungannon, printer, sincerely regretted by all her acquaintances (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
April 7 1821 CANNING On 22nd ult., at Bloom-Hill, near Dungannon, James Canning, Esq. He was a native of Derry, and great grandson of the celebrated Colonel Murray, who commanded there during the siege (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
May 18 1822 HAMILTON At her son’s house, Mount Barnard’s, county of Tyrone, Mrs. Hamilton, relict of the late Thomas Hamilton, Esq., Mulnagore Lodge, Dungannon, aged 69 (Dublin Weekly Register)
June 4 1822 BURGES On the 24th ult. at his Mansion-house, at Parkanour, near Dungannon, John Henry Burges, Esq.(Strabane Morning Post)
May 27 1823 DICKSON At Lurgan [Co. Armagh], on the 2nd inst. Mrs Dickson, wife of Mr Gustavus Dickson, formerly of Dungannon (Strabane Morning Post)
August 30 1823 QUIN At Rostrevor, on the 24th instant, universally and deservedly regretted, Walter John Quin, of Dungannon, in the County Tyrone, Esq (Dublin Evening Post)
September 16 1823 WILSON At his home in Grange, near Dungannon, on the 6th of August, Joseph Wilson Esq. aged 77 (Strabane Morning Post)
March 16 1824 DAWSON Suddenly, on Monday the 1st inst. in consequence of a fall from his horse, as he was returning from a ploughing match in the neighbourhood of Stewartstown, Abraham Dawson, Jun., Esq., of Bovain, near Dungannon, Attorney at Law - a gentleman greatly beloved and respected in life, and whose melancholy death is sincerely deplored by an extensive circle of relations and friends (Strabane Morning Post)
November 25 1824 WALSH Suddenly, in Omagh, on the 6th instant, Mr. David Walsh, of Dungannon, organist, a gentleman highly respected while living, and now sincerely and deservedly lamented by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance (Enniskillen Chronicle & Lough Erne Packet)
March 23 1825 PEEBLES On Monday last, aged three years seven months, Thomas Kinley Peebles, third son of Mr. John Peebles, of Dungannon (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
June 13 1825 BOURNE In the 31st year of his age, on the evening of the 21st of May last, at Boyo, San Donino, in Italy, whilst on his way from Rome to Geneva, for the restoration of his health, the Rev. Sandford Bourne, formerly Curate of Dungannon, in the diocese of Armagh, and third son of the Rev. Richard Bourne, of Holles-street, Dublin (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
December 23 1825 HARDCASTLE (GRAVES) On Friday, 25th ult., in the 23rd year of her age, at the house of her mother, Mrs. Graves, of Castledawson, Mrs. Hardcastle, wife of Wm. A. Hardcastle, Esq., of Dungannon (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
November 23 1826 MURRAY On Monday, the 6th instant, at Dungannon, William Murray, Esq. He was an upright and active Magistrate for a number of years, and his loss will be sincerely felt by his own family, and by every man of worth in the county (Enniskillen Chronicle & Lough Erne Packet)
September 5 1827 HURST In Dungannon, on Tuesday week, of an attack of Erysipelas, which defied all medical aid, Mr. John Hurst, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Preacher. He was a man of sound sense, deep piety and burning zeal. His end was peace (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
November 10 1827 HOGG On Friday last, at Redford, near Dungannon, Jonathan Hogg, Esq., a high valuable member of the Society of Friends (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
April 14 1829 JOHNSTON At Dungannon, on the 4th inst., in the 23rd year of her age, Miss Mary Johnston, daughter of the late Samuel Johnston of Dungannon (Newry Telegraph)
June 20 1829 VANCE June 16, at Dungannon, Mr. Oliver Vance, aged 22 (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
December 19 1829 BROWNE On the 4th inst., at his residence, Northland, near Dungannon, Robert Browne, Esq., aged 71 years. He was an affectionate husband, and a kind indulgent parent (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
February 9 1830 SHUTER Lately, in Northland Row, Dungannon, at an advanced age, Mrs Shuter, formerly of Ballinderry, county Londonderry – a woman of the utmost piety and benevolence, universally regretted and esteemed (Belfast Newsletter)
February 11 1830 HEAGNEY At Dungannon, on the 23rd December last, very deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, Mr. Francis Heagney, formerly of that town (Enniskillen Chronicle & Lough Erne Packet)
April 24 1830 DUFF In Dungannon, on Wednesday, the 7th April, Anne, wife of David Duff, Esq., Constabulary Police, aged 25 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
June 11 1830 STEPHENSON Of apoplexy, in the 64th year of his age, on the 28th ult., at Derry Vale, near Dungannon, Isaac Stephenson, of Manchester, many years a Minister in the Society of Friends (Newry Telegraph)
February 2 1831 TROTTER In Dungannon, on the 25th ult., Mrs Trotter, wife of Mr. Wesley Trotter, of that town (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
February 19 1831 GALBRAITH On Wednesday last, the 16th inst., in Dungannon, Margaret Galbraith, third daughter of the late James Galbraith, Esq., of Roscavey, in the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 22 1831 EVANS Feb. 11, at Thorndale, county Dublin, the Rev. Robert Evans, late of Dungannon, county Tyrone (Belfast Newsletter)
March 19 1831 STRONG At Dungannon, on the 2nd inst., Rev. Robert Strong, aged in the 53rd year of his age, of a severe illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and patience, He was a preacher in connexion with the “Original Wesleyan Methodists” for 29 years (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
August 3 1831 CORDNER On the 14th ult., Margaret, wife of Mr. Sam. Warring Cordner, organist, Dungannon (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
October 4 1831 ATKINSON On the 11th Sept., at Brookfield, near Dungannon, Sarah, eldest daughter of Henry Atkinson, Esq. (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
November 12 1831 ATKINSON On Monday last, in the 24th year of her age, Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Wm. Atkinson, of Dungannon, Esq. (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
January 22 1834 IRWIN On the 5th instant, at his residence, Killineil House, near Dungannon, Thomas Irwin, Esq., aged 36 years (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
June 9 1834 CLEMENT In Dungannon, Mrs. Margaret Clement, aged 87 years, niece to the late Doctor William Clement, Vice Provost, Trinity College, Dublin (Northern Whig)
September 24 1834 TALLON At Armagh, on Wednesday, the 17th, at the age of 21, Charlotte, youngest daughter of Mr. James Tallon, formerly of Dungannon (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
January 10 1835 GALBRAITH Jan. 3, at her sister's house in Dungannon, after a few days illness, Harriet, youngest daughter of the late James Galbraith, Esq., of Roscavey, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 7 1835 BELL On the 19th ult., at Dungannon, of dropsy, after a long illness, Mrs. Margaret Bell, aged 51 years, wife to the Rev. Hugh Bell (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
January 30 1836 MULLIN On the 25th instant, at Dungannon, aged 56 years, Mrs. Mary Mullin, wife of Mr. James Mullin, of said town (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
December 12 1836 STAPLES On the 7th inst., at Beechvalley, near Dungannon, aged 89 years, Jane, relict of the late Rev. Alexander Staples, Rector of Donaghmore, county Tyrone (Belfast Commercial Chronicle)
August 19 1837 IRWIN On the 7th inst., in Castle Hill, Dungannon, Harriet Jane, only daughter of the late John Irwin, Esq., of Tully O'Donnell, in the county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 16 1837 HAMILTON Of consumption, on 17th ult., William Hamilton, medical student, son of Dr. Hamilton, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 7 1837 GRIBBEN (BOYLE) On the 26th ult., Sarah, wife of Mr. James Gribben, of Coleraine, and daughter of the late Surgeon Boyle, of Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 18 1837 IRWIN Nov. 11, in Paradise Row, Miss Jane Irwin, aged 71, sister of James Moore Irwin, Esq., Drumglass, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 2 1837 BROWN On 22nd ult., Mr. David Brown, of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, aged 60 years. His remains were conveyed to the burying ground of the family at Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 8 1838 MURRAY August 28, of fever, at Torrenhill, near Dungannon, in her 17th year, Jane, eldest daughter of John Stuart Murray, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 1 1838 IRWIN At Augharaney, near Dungannon, County Tyrone, Mary, the wife of Henry Irwin, on the 26th ult (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 22 1838 MURRAY On the 16th inst., at Dungannon, in the 63rd year of her age, Frances Letitia, relict of the late William Murray, Esq (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 2 1839 EDWARDS January 24, at her brother's house, Northland Row, Dungannon, Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Gore Edwards, of Raveagh, near Fintona, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 20 1839 GREER On the 1st inst., at his residence, Prospect, near Dungannon, Thomas Greer, aged 80 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 6 1839 RODGERS At Dungannon on the 27th June, Miss Mary Rodgers, in the 79th year of her age (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 19 1839 GALBRAITH At her residence, Ranfurley Terrace, Dungannon, on the 13th inst., Martha, daughter of the late James Galbraith, Esq., of Roscavey, in the county of Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 11 1840 DICKSON Of consumption, on Tuesday, 24th ult., in the 35th year of his age, after a long and protracted illness, Mr. Harrington Dickson, of Ballygawley, fourth son of the late Mr. David Dickson, merchant, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 1 1840 MCCORD Jan. 21, at Dungannon, Eliza McCord, wife of the late Lieutenant McCord, of the 27th Regiment, who was killed at the siege of Badajos (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 22 1840 HOLMES At Dungannon, on the morning of the 17th inst., after giving birth to a fine boy, Mrs. Holmes, wife of William Holmes, Esq., formerly of Londonderry (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 14 1840 MCCLEAN At his residence, Dungannon, on Saturday, the 7th inst., of fever, in the 57th year of his age, Surgeon William McClean (Londonderry Sentinel)
August 29 1840 MURRAY At Dungannon, on the 20th inst., aged 39 years, the Rev. Thomas Murray, for many years curate of the parish of Ballygawley, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 31 1840 GILMORE October 25, at Myrtle Grove, near Dungannon, Hannah, relict of John Gilmore, Esq., of Lisrone, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 8 1841 WILSON At Dungannon, on the 18th ult., Mr. James Wilson, Actuary of the Loan Fund (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 31 1841 SCOTT At Cranny, near Omagh, on Thursday, the 15th inst., Mr. Samuel Scott, formerly of Drummuck, in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, aged 76 years. In the various relations of husband, father and friend, his conduct had been most exemplary (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 2 1841 DICKSON At Alder Lodge, Rock, Dungannon, on Saturday morning, Dr. Robert Dickson, R. N. (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 11 1841 MCCLEAN November 20th, aged 70 years, at his residence near Dungannon, Alexander McClean, Esq., a distinguished and respected officer of one of the corps of the Killyman Yeomanry, during the rebellion of '98 (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 14 1842 PETTIGREW May 9th, at Dungannon, County Tyrone, Miss Pettigrew, to the inconsolable affliction of her numerous friends and relatives, and to the severe loss of the poor of her neighbourhood, over whom she watched with parental care (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 16 1842 STOREY On the 23rd ult., in the 70th year of her age, after a short illness, Rebecca, wife of Mr. John Storey, of Innish, near Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 8 1843 VANCE On Tuesday, the 27th ult., at Dungannon, in the prime of life, Mr. Andrew Vance, merchant (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 9 1843 BLAIR On the 25th ult., at Joy Lodge, near Dungannon, Mr. Allen Blair, aged 32 (Londonderry Sentinel)
May 11 1844 LILBURN On the 6th inst., at his residence, in Dungannon, Mr. Thomas Lilburn, senior, aged 84 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 14 1844 MACKENZIE September 5th, at his residence, Donaghmore House, Dungannon, Alexander Mackenzie, Esq, J. P., aged 81 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 14 1844 EVANS December 6th, at Gortmerron House, Dungannon, Sarah Maria, the beloved wife of Edward Evans, Esq., in her 73rd year (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 28 1844 MOON (IRWIN) On the 15th inst., at Dungannon, of disease of the heart, aged 26 years, Anne, the beloved wife of Mr. George Moon, and daughter of Mr. Joseph Irwin (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 18 1845 GRAVES At an advanced age, of apoplexy, at her residence, Northland Row, Dungannon, Miss Isabella Graves, last surviving sister of the late Admiral Samuel, Sir Thomas, John and Richard Graves (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 19 1845 PEEBLES On the 4th inst., Mr. John Peebles, merchant, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 4 1845 RICHARDSON On the 25th ult., at his residence, Summer Hill Parade, Dublin, aged 65 years, Marmaduke J. Richardson, Esq., formerly a Lieutenant in her Majesty's Rothsay and Caithness Regiment, and youngest son of John Richardson, Esq., of Farlough House, county Tyrone, deceased, sometime High Sheriff of that county, and Captain of the Dungannon Volunteers (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 23 1846 KING On the 15th inst., at Larchmount, Dungannon, the residence of his son in law, William Robson, Esq., Samuel King, Esq., of the firm of King and Newton, Coalisland Mills, and for many years a leading merchant in Dungannon (Londonderry Standard)
January 23 1846 DEVLIN On the 15th inst, at his residence, Dungannon, Mr. Arthur Devlin, aged 73 years (Tyrone Constitution)
April 17 1846 COFFEY At Dungannon, on the 9th instant, at an advanced age, Ellen, relict of the late Jeremiah Coffey, Esq., Surveyor of Excise, formerly of Cashel, county Tipperary (Tyrone Constitution)
July 4 1846 PATTERSON Following the finding of the mutilated body of a young man in a pipe at the end of the town of Benburb some weeks ago. It is now supposed that the body is that of James Patterson, who lived with his step-mother and her family, who go by the name of LOY, at Kingarve near Dungannon. He was rather sickly, and suffered from sore eyes, but had managed to save £20.0s.0d. Having been missing for some weeks his step-mother and family, who were preparing to go to America, stated that he had gone to the Infirmary in Armagh for treatment, these statements have now proved untrue. Patterson's step-mother and her two daughters have subsequently been arrested in Glasgow, and lodged in Dungannon Gaol on Sunday evening past. Two of her sons have also been arrested one in Liverpool, and the other in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, all suspected of murder (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 7 1846 WILSON On the 21st ult., after a tedious illness, Jane, the beloved wife of John Wilson, Esq., Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 21 1846 DICKSON On the 28th September, at Peterborough, Canada West, in the 59th year of her age, Isabella, relict of the late Mr. David Dickson, merchant, Dungannon, county Tyrone (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 5 1846 MAXWELL On Saturday morning, the 28th ult., William Maxwell, Esq., merchant of this City [Londonderry]. On Tuesday, his remains were conveyed for interment to the family burying ground at Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 19 1846 BROWN On the 2nd inst., Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Brown, Castlecaulfield, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 19 1846 MONAHAN At Dungannon, on the 5th inst., suddenly, Sidney, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Monahan (Londonderry Sentinel)
January 30 1847 DAWSON At Dungannon on the 23rd inst., of fever, caught in the discharge of his duties as Medical Officer of the Workhouse there, William Dawson, Esq., M. D., aged 53 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
April 10 1847 HUGHES On the 20th ult., at the residence of his son, Bush Mount, near Dungannon, Samuel Hughes, Esq., late of Strabane (Londonderry Sentinel)
October 9 1847 KING On the 13th ult., in his 21st year, at the residence of John G. Copley, Esq., Richmond Hill, Manchester, William, youngest son of the late Samuel King, Esq., of Coalisland Mills, Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 11 1847 MOREHEAD On the 29th September, at the Residence, Hyderabad, East Indies, in his 33rd year, after a protracted illness, of abscess on the liver, Dr. William Morehead, late assistant surgeon 37th Grenadiers, and formerly of Dungannon, county Tyrone, Ireland. The service has thus lost one of its brightest ornaments, for Dr. Morehead was not only an accomplished physician, but also a man of extensive and varied knowledge (Londonderry Sentinel)
December 2 1848 HANNYNGTON On the 16th ult., at Boulogne sur Mer, Thomas Knox Hannyngton, Esq., the Castle, Dungannon, aged 85 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
July 6 1849 MORROW On the 23 rd ult., at Dungannon, Wm. C. M. Morrow, eldest son of Mr. James Morrow, in the 18th year of his age (Tyrone Constitution)
August 31 1849 HUGHES We deeply regret to announce the demise, on the 27th inst., at Dungannon, of John Johnston Hughes, Esq., at the early age of 23 years. In his capacity as principal of the firm of John Hughes and Co. fireclay and brickworks, Coalisland, no one could have been more highly prized by a large body of men in his employment. Justly esteemed by all classes, he was beloved of the poor, whose wants he ever laboured to supply – whose sorrows, with the noblest christian feeling, he ever sought to assuage etc., etc. (Tyrone Constitution)
October 12 1849 HAMILTON On the 3rd inst., at George Street, Dublin, George, sixth son of Dr. Hamilton of Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 2 1849 HIGGINS Suddenly, at Strabane, Mr. John Higgins, formerly of Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
February 22 1850 GALBRAITH On the 15th inst., at her house, Ranfurley Terrace, Dungannon, Anna Maria, last surviving daughter of James Galbraith, late of Roscavey, in the County of Tyrone, Esq. (Tyrone Constitution)
March 15 1850 IRVINE On the 5th inst., at his residence, Ranfurley Terrace, Dungannon, John Irvine, Esq., Supervisor of Inland Revenue (Londonderry Sentinel)
March 29 1850 CHERRY On the 20th instant, at the residence of the Rev. A. Wilson, Elm Lodge, Dungannon, Mary Cherry, daughter of the late Geo. Simpson, of Loughgall, and relict of John Cherry, Esq., Brookvale, Richhill (Tyrone Constitution)
April 5 1850 HAGAN At Dungannon, on the 28th ult., of consumption, Francis, son of Mr. John Hagan, aged nine years (Tyrone Constitution)
May 3 1850 WILSON At Wakefield, Yorkshire, on the 26th ult., after a short but painful illness, in the 45th year of his age, Samuel, eldest son of Mr. Andrew Wilson, Allan, Dungannon. He held a responsible situation on the ordnance survey department for 24 years. His end was peace (Tyrone Constitution)
May 10 1850 IRWIN On the 2nd instant, at his residence, Drumglass House, Dungannon, Henry Irwin, Esq., aged 37 years, much regretted (Tyrone Constitution)
July 5 1850 DARLEY July 1st, at Dungannon, after a few days’ illness, of fever, Anne, the beloved wife of the Rev. John R. Darley, formerly Head Master of the Royal School of Dungannon (Londonderry Sentinel)
September 20 1850 WILSON September 11, at his residence, Dungannon, John Wilson, Esq., aged 81 years (Londonderry Sentinel)
November 1 1850 HAMILTON On the 23rd ult., at his father's residence, in Dungannon, Mr. John Hamilton, surgeon (Londonderry Sentinel)