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Black Genealogy Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1836-68

Items from the Press
Extracted from Personal Notices of Birth, Marriages and Deaths Inserted in the Londonderry Sentinel
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia




Date Notice
Dec 24 1836 [Married] Graham & Black – On the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. G. Porter, Mr. R. G. Graham, of Drumnagross, near Trillic [sic], to Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. J. Black, of Lettermony, near Irvinestown
Sep 1 1838 [Died] August 25, at Omagh, Charles Maurice Black, Esq., aged 41 yrs
Jun 15 1844 [Married] Black & Little – On the 11th inst., in the Methodist Chapel, Frederick Street, Belfast, by the Rev. F. Tackaberry, the Rev. James Black, Wesleyan Minister, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Little, Stewartstown
Aug 21 1847 [Married] Black & Cathcart – On the 30th July, in the Presbyterian Church, Magherafelt, by the Rev. R. Sinclair, Mr. Robert Black, of Gortvalley, Cookstown, to Eleanor, second daughter of James Cathcart, Esq., Springlane, Magherafelt
Jul 15 1848 [Married] Black & Gilmour – At Belfast, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Robert Knox, in Linenhall Street Presbyterian Church, Mr. Thomas H. Black, of Coleraine [Co. Londonderry] to Hannah, third daughter of the late Mr. John Gilmour, of Lisrone, county Tyrone
Mar 31 1849 [Married] Black & McMaster – On the 20th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. J. Arnold, the Rev. John Black, of Gillygooley, to Anne, eldest daughter of Charles McMaster, Esq., Omagh
Sep 7 1855 [Married] Black & McKelvey – On Tuesday, the 4th inst., in Omagh Church, by the Rev. M. N. Thompson, William Black, Esq., merchant, Glasgow, to Ann Jane, second daughter of William McKelvey, Esq., Gortrush, Omagh
Jul 10 1857 [Died] On the 27th ult., at her residence, 5 Chapel Lane, Rose, relict of the late John Black, Belfast, and sister to the late John McAlister, Stewart's Arms Hotel, Gortalowry, Cookstown
Jan 17 1862 [Died] January 5, at Mackaney, near Cookstown, Mr. Eccles Black, aged 58 years
Jul 13 1866 [Married] Garnett & Black – At Friend's Meeting House, Waterford, Mr. Edward Garnett, of Newtown, to Annie, daughter of Henry and Ruth Black, of Grange, county Tyrone
Mar 12 1867 [Died] March 11, at Fawney, Catherine Black, aged 58 years
Apr 2 1867 [Married] Miller & Black – On the 28th March, in Leckpatrick Church, by the Rev. C. Maxwell, Rector of the Parish, Moses Miller, Esq., of Ballylaw, to Mary Jane Black, the second daughter of Thomas Black, Esq., of Black Park
Apr 5 1867 [Married] Steele & Black – March 28, in the Presbyterian Church, Orritor, by the Rev. Samuel Black, Corrick, brother in law to the bride, assisted by the Rev. William Wray, A. M., William Steele, Esq., Drumleagh, Gortin, to Mary Jane, youngest daughter of the late William Black, Esq., Derrinleagh, Orritor
Jun 26 1868 [Married] Black & Gourley – June 22, in the Presbyterian Church, Orritor, by the Rev. J. Knox Leslie, Joseph Black, to Annie, only daughter of Mr. J. Gourley, Cookstown