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Anderson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1824-69

Personal announcements and notices extracted from the STRABANE MORNING POST, LONDONDERRY JOURNAL, LONDONDERRY STANDARD & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
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STRABANE MORNING POST:

December 21 1824

J. ANDERSON

RESPECTFULLY begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced the

GROCERY BUSINESS

in that House in the Main-street, lately occupied by Mr. Robert Hall, Hat Manufacturer, where he is at present, and will always continue to be, well supplied with every article in the above Line, the Quality of which, he doubts not, from the care taken in their Selection, will be found unexceptionable.

He hopes, from his unremitting attention to Business, and his determination to sell on the most Moderate Terms, for Ready Money, to prove himself not unworthy of the reference of those who may favour him with their support.

Strabane, Dec. 14, 1824


 

LONDONDERRY JOURNAL:

December 9 1834 Married on Friday week, in Newtownstewart, by the Rev. Charles Adams, MR. SAMUEL HOOD, merchant, to MARY, daughter of MR. ANDERSON, both of Newtownstewart
June 12 1850 Died on the 3rd, inst., at Strabane, MARY, relict of the REV. THOMAS ANDERSON, formerly Presbyterian Minister, of Drumquin, aged 86 years
September 13 1850 Married on the 10th inst., in the Crew Church, at West Ardstraw, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, of Newtownstewart, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, of Derrygoon, to MARGARET, third daughter of the late MR. HUGH KELLY, of Dromore
February 19 1851 Died on the 7th inst., at Newtownstewart, MRS. MARTHA ANDERSON, in the 63rd year of her age


 

LONDONDERRY STANDARD:

January 15 1845 Married on the 7th inst., by the Rev. A.P. Goudy, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, merchant, to MISS JANE GREER, both of Strabane
January 15 1847 Died on the 7th inst., aged 83 years, LETITIA, the relict of the late MR. JOHN ANDERSON, of Letterbrat
February 25 1848 Died at Strabane, on Monday 21st inst., at the house of MR. JOHN ANDERSON, MISS CATHERINE ORR, in the 102nd year of her age
May 17 1849 Died at Breen, on the 26th ult., MARGARET, the wife of MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON


 

LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

February 6 1841 Married on Tuesday, 19th inst., by the Rev. W.S. Haslitt, Presbyterian Minister, MR. JAMES ANDERSON, to MISS ISABELLA HALL, both of Sixmilecross
May 7 1842 Died on the 4th inst., at Strabane, of malignant scarletina, ROBERT, eldest son of HEAD CONSTABLE ANDERSON, Constabulary, aged 12 years
February 10 1844 Married at Carrickmore Church on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Samuel Alexander, MR. JAMES ANDERSON, of Killydroy, to MISS ANNA CURRY, of Sixmilecross
August 23 1845 Died on the 11th inst., after a short illness, THOMAS, third son of THOMAS ANDERSON, ESQ., of Goland, in the 23rd year of his age. His death is rendered more distressing, from the death of his second brother only three months since
July 3 1847 Died on the 22nd ult., at Ballymaguire, near Stewartstown, MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON
October 7 1848 Married on Tuesday, the 3rd inst., in the Parish Church of Termon a Mongan by the Rev. A.H. Macausland, ABRAHAM H. STEWART, ESQ., of this City [Londonderry], to REBECCA, daughter of JAMES ANDERSON, ESQ., of Lisnacloon, Castlederg
January 27 1849 Married on the 16th inst., at Dungannon, by the Rev. Charles Lucas Morell, ANNE JANE, eldest daughter of MR. JOHN McCAMLEY, Broughshane, Ballymena, to MR. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, merchant, Dungannon
March 1 1850 Married on the 15th ult., at Castlecaulfield Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Acheson, WILLIAM IRWIN, ESQ., of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, to ALICIA, only daughter of THOMAS ANDERSON, ESQ., Castlecaulfield, merchant
January 10 1851 Birth: On the 5th inst., the lady of MR. DAVID ANDERSON, merchant, Cookstown, of a son
February 6 1852 Died at Strabane, on Wednesday last, MR. JOHN ANDERSON
November 26 1852 Died at Bearney, near Strabane, on the 11th inst., MR. ROBERT ANDERSON
June 25 1852 Died on the 14th inst., at the residence of his brother in law, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Sion, Strabane, MR. JAMES PLUNKETT, late of Belfast, aged 33 years
August 26 1853 Died after a short illness, on the 6th inst., in the 27th year of her age, at Carrowcolman, near Dungannon, the residence of her husband, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, MARIA ANN, second daughter of DR. SWAN, Cottage, Donegal
September 16 1853 Died on Monday last, at BREEN, Ardstraw, after a lingering illness, MR. ROBERT ANDERSON
November 30 1855 Died on the 24th inst., at Belfast, aged 85 years, MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON, formerly of Newtownstewart, county Tyrone
June 5 1857 Married on the 23rd ult., at Cookstown, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Presbyterian Minister, JOSEPH ANDERSON, ESQ., of Ballymaguire, to SUSANNA, second daughter of the late MR. JOHN BELL, of Windmill Place, near Coagh, in county Tyrone
February 12 1858 Died on Thursday, the 4th inst., aged 66 years, MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON, of Letterbrat, near Plumbridge
July 30 1858 Died on Friday last, at Derg Lodge, in the 39th year of his age, JAMES ANDERSON, JUN., ESQ., eldest son of JAMES ANDERSON, Lisnacloon House, Castlederg
October 1 1858 Died on the 17th ult., at Cloughfin, near Sixmilecross, MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON, in the 89th year of his age
November 25 1859 Died November 20, at his residence, Lisnacloon, near Castlederg, JAMES ANDERSON, ESQ., J.P..
March 9 1860 Died March 6, MISS REBECCA ANDERSON, Strabane
February 22 1861 Married February 14, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, ABRAHAM MCCAUSLAND ANDERSON, ESQ., Lisnacloon, Castlederg, to JANE, youngest daughter of the late MR. CHARLES McMASTER, merchant, Omagh
March 1 1861 Died on the 15th February, at his residence in Letterbratt, after a severe illness of twenty four hours' duration, MR. JAMES ANDERSON, aged 66 years
May 3 1861 Died April 24, JOHN T. ANDERSON, ESQ., fourth son of the late JAMES ANDERSON, ESQ., Lisnacloon, Castlederg
September 20 1861 Married September 10, in the Presbyterian Church, Urney, by the Rev. J. McConaghey, MR. JOHN ADAIR, Ballyfatton, to MARTHA, daughter of MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Sion Mills
October 25 1861 Married October 18, in Douglas Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Alexander, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Letterbratt, to ELIZA MARGARET, eldest daughter of MR. ALEXANDER HAMILTON, Lisnatunny, and niece to MILLER HAMILTON, ESQ., M.D., R.N.
November 7 1862 Married October 23, at the Presbyterian Church of Claudy, county Tyrone, by the Rev. L.A. Lyle, B.A., MR. ROBERT RUSSELL, Churchtown, Ardstraw, to REBECCA, daughter of MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON, of Breen
August 28 1863 Birth: August 23, the wife of MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Abercorn Square, Strabane, of a daughter
September 30 1864 Married September 27, at Urney Church, by the Rev. Charles Seymour, MR. HUBERT ANDERSON, Melmount, Strabane, to MARY JANE, daughter of MR. McGINNES, Newtownlimavady
July 18 1865 Married July 18, in Clanabogan Church, by the Rev. John Chapman, Rector, MR. WILLIAM ANDERSON, Cloughan, to MISS SUSAN STEEN, of Crevan, near Omagh
July 21 1865 Died July 16, at Springtown Cottage, Derry, JANE, relict of the late JAMES ANDERSON, ESQ., J.P., Lisnacloon, Castlederg
August 15 1865 Birth: August 11, the wife of MR. ANDERSON, Abercorn Square, Strabane, of a son
February 13 1866 Married February 6, by Mr. Andrew Jenkins, Registrar of Marriages for the District of Strabane, MR. SAMUEL GORMLEY, of Letterkenny [Co. Donegal], to JESSIE, youngest daughter of WILLIAM ANDERSON, ESQ., Strabane
February 5 1867 Married January 29, in the Presbyterian Church, Loughaghery [Co. Down], by the Rev. John Beatty, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. R. Moorehead, MR. JOSEPH ANDERSON, Omagh, to ALICE ANN, daughter of the late MR. MARTIN BEATTY, Anahilt [Co. Down]
August 13 1867 Birth: August 7, at Castlederg, the wife of HUGH ANDERSON, ESQ., Ulster Bank, of a son
June 8 1869 Died May 31, at her residence, Tiveny, Ardstraw, ELIZA, wife of JAMES ANDERSON, aged 82 years
August 6 1869 Birth: August 4, at Market Street, Omagh, the wife of MR. JOSEPH ANDERSON, of a daughter
August 13 1869 Married August 5, in Termon Church, by the Rev. J. Alexander, Rector of the Parish, MR. JOSEPH ANDERSON, Sixmilecross, to MISS CHARLOTTE BARRETT, fifth daughter of MR. H. BARRETT, Copney Lodge, Carrickmore, county Tyrone