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Brown & Browne Genealogy Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1830-69

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




Date Notice
Mar 6 1830 [Died] On Friday, the 26th ult., at Rossville Street, Mrs. Brown, wife of Mr. James Brown
Mar 19 1831 [Died] At Coshquin, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, formerly of this City
Jul 30 1831 [Died] On Friday, the 22nd inst., Alexander Brown, Esq., of Cloughlass, near Derry, aged 53 years
Sep 7 1833 [Married] BALLANTINE & BROWN On Thursday, the 5th inst., at the Parish Church, Glendermott, by the Rev. A.G. Cary, John Ballantine, of Glebes, second son of Mr. Thomas Ballantine, Ardlough, near to this City, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. William Brown, Tamnemore
Oct 4 1834 [Married] BONES & BROWNE On Thursday week, at Garvagh, by the Rev. Clarke Huston, John Bones, Esq., of Augusta, United States, to Mary, fourth daughter of the Rev. James Browne, Garvagh, county Derry
Dec 6 1834 [Died] At Castledawson, on the 20th ult., the Rev. Solomon Browne, in the 56th year of his age, and the 31st year of his ministry
Sep 12 1835 [Married] BROWN & BUCHANAN On Thursday, by the Rev. William McClure, Mr. William Brown, to Miss Isabella Buchanan, both of this City
Aug 12 1837 [Married] BROWN & SANDFORD By the Rev. G. Steen, Mr. John Brown, of Artikelly, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Sandford, of Grannagh
Mar 17 1838 [Died] On the 16th inst., in the 30th year of his age, at the residence of his father in law, David Brown, Esq., Ballyarnet, Bright Langley, Esq., late of the island of Antigua
Jan 19 1839 [Died] Lately at Tamneymore, much regretted, at an advanced age, Lieutenant and Quartermaster William Browne, of the Londonderry Militia. He was 46 years in the regiment
Jan 19 1839 [Died] On Thursday last, at the residence of her daughter, in Strabane, Martha, wife of Mr. Andrew Brown, formerly of Castlerow, near Coleraine, aged 80 years
Jan 18 1840 [Died] In Camp, at Judpoor, the 22nd October last, of inflammation in the chest, Thomas C. Brown, Esq., M. D., surgeon of the Hon. E. I. C., 74th Regiment of Native Infantry, and only son of the late surgeon George Brown, of this City
Feb 9 1839 [Married] LOUGHERY & BROWN On Wednesday, 6th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whiteside of Coleraine, Mr. Archibald Loughery, of Newtownlimavady, to Ellen B. Brown, daughter of the late Samuel Brown, Captain Street, Coleraine
May 23 1840 [Married] BROWN & HASLETT On the 13th inst., by the Rev. Henry Wallace, at the house of the lady's father, the Rev. William Brown, of Buncrana, to Matilda, second daughter of Samuel Haslett, Foyleview, county Derry, Esq
Aug 8 1840 [Died] On the 12th ult., of consumption, Mr. Francis G. S. Brown, only son of the late Mr. Samuel Brown, of Coleraine, and nephew of Captain Stewart, of London, where three months previous he had just finished his course of studies as a physician
Jan 16 1841 [Married] BROWN & LAWSON On the 11th inst., at the residence of Mrs. Babington, East Wall, by the Rev. James Denham, William Brown, Esq., of Londonderry, to Charlotte Hope, youngest daughter of the late Robert Lawson, Esq., M. D., Edinburgh, and formerly surgeon of the 4th Light Dragoons
Aug 28 1841 [Married] BROWN & MORGAN On the 20th inst., by the Rev. Alexander Flemming, James Brown, Esq., of Drapersfield, county Derry, to Margaret, daughter of William Morgan, Esq., Cookstown
Sep 4 1841 [Married] BROWN & NORGAN On the 20th ult., by the Rev. Alexander Flemming, James Brown, Esq., of Drapersfield, county Derry, to Margaret, daughter of William Norgan, Esq., Cookstown
Apr 9 1842 [Married] WILSON & BROWNE November 28th, at Tuena, Hugh Wilson, Esq., Her Britannic Majesty's Consul, to Jane Anne, daughter of the late Commissary General John Browne, of East Wall, in the City of Derry
Feb 4 1843 [Birth] At St. John's, Antigua, on the 21st November, the lady of David Browne, Esq., of a daughter
Mar 18 1843 [Died] March 13, at Coleraine, after a long and tedious illness, Mary, the wife of S. C. Brown, Esq., Collector of Excise of that place, in the 54th year of her age
Aug 19 1843 [Died] On Monday morning, in Sackville Street, Mary, youngest daughter of the late George Brown, Esq., of this City, surgeon
Aug 19 1843 [Married] MCCORKELL & BROWN On Thursday, the 17th inst., at the residence of her father, by the Rev. William McClure, Bartholomew McCorkell, Esq., of this City, merchant, to Fanny, third daughter of David Brown Esq., Ballyarnet
20 Jan 1844 [Died] On Monday the 15th inst., in Wapping Lane, Mrs. Mary Browne, aged a remarkable 115 years, relict of the late Mr. John Browne, Sherrif's Bailiff
Apr 13 1844 [Birth] March 12th, at St. John's Antigua, the lady of David Brown, Esq., of a son
May 10 1845 [Died] Suddenly, on Monday, the 5th inst., in Fountain Street, Mr. John Brown, cabinet maker, aged 22 years
Nov 7 1846 [Died] At his residence, Ballyarnet, on the 2nd inst., David Brown, Esq., at the advanced age of 74 years. His remains were interred in the family burying ground, Culmore, on Thursday
Jun 5 1847 [Died] On the 3rd June, at Lenamore, near Derry, Thomas Johnson, youngest son of Mr. John Brown, aged 14 years
Jul 24 1847 [Married] MCCARTER & BROWN On the 22nd inst., in the Presbyterian Church of Ballylennon, by the Rev. George Hanson, the Rev. John McCarter, of Newtownstewart, to Margaret, only daughter of the late William Brown, of the Waterside, Esq
Dec 18 1847 [Married] MILLER & BROWN In Castledawson Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Radcliffe, Mr. Hugh Miller, Greenhill, to Miss Martha Brown, Magherafelt
Jan 29 1848 [Died] On Friday 14th inst., Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. James Brown, Garvagh, aged 74 years
Nov 18 1848 [Died] On Saturday, the 11th inst., at his residence Cumber House, county Derry, J. H. Browne, Esq., in the 85th year of his age. His remains were borne by his tenantry to the family vault in Comber Church Yard on Thursday last
Dec 2 1848 [Married] CLARKE & BROWNE On Thursday last, in Strabane Church, by the Rev. James Smyth, William Clarke Esq., of Maghera, to Jane, daughter of the late Andrew Browne, Esq., Woodbank, near Coleraine
Dec 16 1848 [Married] BROWN & STOVER On Tuesday, the 12th inst., in the Presbyterian Church Magherafelt, by the Rev. J. Wilson, Mr. George Brown, jun., to Maria, second daughter of Captain Stover, both of Magherafelt
Feb 3 1849 [Married] HANNA & BROWN On the 30th ult., in the Presbyterian Meeting House, Magherafelt, by the Rev. James Wilson, Mr. Alexander Hanna, of Mullinavon, near Draperstown, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. John Brown, of Ballynagown, near Magherafelt
Jul 7 1849 [Died] On the 27th, ult., in the 19th year of his age, Henry, eldest son of Mrs. Brown, Coleraine Street, Kilrea
Jan 11 1850 [Died] At Ballyarnett, this morning, of inflammation, Eliza Ann, youngest daughter of the late David Brown, Esq., her remains will be interred in the family burial ground at Culmore
Jan 11 1850 [Married] BROWN & COLE At Upper Cumber Church, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. Robert Gage, cousin of the bride, Elizabeth Harriet Browne, second daughter of the late John Browne, Esq., of Cumber house, to John Willoughby, only surviving son of the late Henry Cole Esq., barrister at law
Mar 8 1850 [Died] On the 5th inst., in Foyle Street, of consumption, in her 26th year, Maryanne, the beloved wife of Captain Brown, of the ship Superior, of this Port, and daughter of the late Mr. John Nugent
Jun 14 1850 [Died] On the 1st inst., in the 73rd year of his age, Mr. William Brown, of Trinaltinagh, near Garvagh, late Lieutenant in the Londonderry Militia
Jul 5 1850 [Died] Yesterday, after a short illness, George Brown, Esq., Waterside, aged 52 years. Interment in Glendermott family burial grounds, 10 o'clock, on Monday
Sep 20 1850 [Died] In Magherafelt, on the 13th inst., Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. George Brown, aged 31 years
Sep 12 1851 [Married] DONNELLY & BROWN At Magherafelt, on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Andrew Wilson, Dungannon, John Donnelly, Esq., commercial traveller, of Ballygawley, to Mary Jane, daughter of George Brown, Esq., of Magherafelt
Feb 27 1852 [Died] On the 17th inst., Joseph, youngest son of Mr. George Brown, of Magherafelt, aged 12 years
Sep 23 1853 [Died] At Boston, U.S., on the 11th August, aged 24 years, Mr. Thomas Brown, son of Mr. Alexander Brown, formerly of Gorran, near Garvagh
Jan 27 1854 [Died] On Saturday, the 21st inst., at her residence, East Wall, Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Alexander Brown, merchant of this City
Apr 14 1854 [Died] On the 12th inst., at an advanced age, Miss Brown, sister of the late John H. Brown, Esq., of Comber House. Her remains will be conveyed from her residence in Pump Street, for interment in the old burying ground of Glendermott, on Saturday, at 11 o'clock
Jul 6 1855 [Died] At her residence in Shipquay Street, on the 5th inst., in the 72nd year of her age, Mrs. Leonora Brown, widow of the late Thomas Campbell Brown, surgeon in the H. E. I. C. S., and eldest and last surviving sister of the late Sir Stamford Raffles. Her remains will be interred on Monday morning, the 9th inst., at ten o'clock, in the burying ground of the Chapel of Ease
Oct 26 1855 [Died] At Drumacrow, on Thursday morning, the 18th inst., Jane, wife of the late Alexander Brown, aged 101 years
Dec 14 1855 [Died] On Friday, the 7th inst., at the residence of her nephew, James Browne, Esq., Ballyarnett, Mary Browne, aged 83 years
Jan 4 1856 [Birth] On the 25th ult., the wife of W. Brown, Esq., Ulster Bank, Maghera, of a daughter
Jan 16 1857 [Married] HERON & BROWN On the 12th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Great James Street, Derry, by the Rev. James Denham, D. D., Mr. George S. Heron, second son of the late Rev. M. Heron, Presbyterian Minister of Monreagh, to Miss Eliza B. Brown, second daughter of Mr. James Brown, Rock, Londonderry
Sep 5 1856 [Married] BROWN & CLEMENTS August 29, At Myroe Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert Kennedy, Mr. William Brown, Tullyhoe, to Rebecca, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Clements, Ballykelly
Jul 3 1857 [Died] On the 21st ult., at 64 Roscommon Street, Everton, Liverpool, Mrs. William Brown, formerly of this City
Nov 13 1857 [Died] In Port Hope, Upper Canada, on Friday, the 18th September, Mary Anne, aged 59 years, relict of the late Dr. McSpodden, of this City, and daughter of the late Patrick Brown, Esq., of Aghadowey, the deceased was one of the earliest residents of Port Hope
Dec 25 1857 [Birth] At Tullyhoe, Newtownlimavady, on the 19th inst., the wife of Mr. William Brown, of a daughter
Dec 25 1857 [Died] On the 16th inst., at Cumber House, county Derry, Mrs. Browne, relict of the late John H. Browne, Esq., of same Place
Dec 5 1856 [Married] IWINCHESTER & BROWN n the First Presbyterian Church, Kilrea, by the Rev. John Brown, of Garryduff, brother of the bride, Mr. David Winchester, of Knockoakilt, near Maghera, to Hannah, daughter of the late Lieutenant Brown, of the Londonderry Militia, Trinaltinagh, near Garvagh
Apr 24 1857 [Married] BROWN & BROWN At Second Ballyrashane Presbyterian Church, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. J. Macdonnell, Mr. James Brown, Meetinghouse Street, Coleraine, to Jemima, daughter of the late Benjamin Brown, Esq., surgeon
Nov 27 1857 [Married] BROWN & IRWIN On the 25th inst., in Cumber Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. P. Goudy, D. D., Moderator of the General Assembly, assisted by Rev. S. S. Allison, the Rev. Nathaniel McCalla Brown, of Newtownlimavady, to Isabella, only daughter of John Irwin, of Ballyarton Mills, Esq., county Derry, and sister to Samuel Irwin, of Ballarat, [Victoria, Australia] Esq., J. P.
Dec 25 1857 [Married] HUTCHESON & BROWN On the 18th inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, Moneymore, by the Rev. A. Minnis, William John Hutcheson, Esq., Ballynenagh Mills, to Miss Nancy Brown, Ballyeglish
Jul 9 1858 [Married] HANSON & BROWN At Moneydig Presbyterian Church, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. H. H. Finlay, Mr. Alexander Hanson, of Coleraine, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr. William Brown, Coleraine
Oct 15 1858 [Birth] On the 3rd inst., the wife of the Rev. N. M. Brown, Newtownlimavady, of a son
Aug 5 1859 [Died] July 21, at his residence, Lenamore, within a short distance of this City, Mr. John Browne, in the 76th year of his age
Dec 9 1859 [Married] SHANNON & BROWNE December 1, at New Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, by the Rev. J. A. Canning, Mr. John Shannon, of the Coleraine Chronicle, to Barbara, second daughter of Mr. William Browne, New Row West
Mar 2 1860 [Died] On Saturday, the 26th ult., at her residence, Ballyarnet, in the 87th year of her age, Ann, relict of the late David Browne, Esq
Jul 13 1860 [Married] AGNEW & BROWN On the 9th July, in the Presbyterian Church, Saltersland, by the Rev. Alexander Montgomery, Mr. Robert Agnew, merchant, to Margaret, the second daughter of Mr. William Brown, merchant, of Magherafelt
Sep 28 1860 [Married] PATTERSON & BROWN September 21, at the Registry Office, Magherafelt, by James Duncan, Esq., Mr. Alexander Patterson, Dungannon [Co. Tyrone], to Margaret, daughter of Mr. George Brown, Magherafelt
Dec 28 1860 [Died] December 20, Nancy, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Brown, of Ballymagowan
May 10 1861 [Died] May 8, the infant child of Mr. John Brown, jun., William Street
Jul 12 1861 [Died] On the 7th July, at his residence, Kilrea, Mr. Spencer Brown, aged 26 years
Aug 23 1861 [Died] August 19, at Newtownlimavady, Mr. William Wilson Browne, of the Belfast Bank, and late Ensign in the 75th Armagh Light Infantry, third son of James Browne, Esq., of College View, Dungannon, aged 23 years
Nov 22 1861 [Died] November 7, at Ballymagowan, Desertmartin, Mr. John Brown, aged 73 years, for thirty years ruling elder in Magherafelt Presbyterian Church
Feb 7 1862 [Birth] January 31, the wife of the Rev. N. M. Brown, Newtownlimavady, of a son
Jun 6 1862 [Died] May 29, at Great Malvern, William Lecky Browne, Esq., of Cumber House, Londonderry
Jun 20 1862 [Died] May 9, at Lexington, America, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph R. Brown, of the 14th Kentucky Regiment, a native of Ballnagowan, near Magherafelt, county Derry
Jan 23 1863 [Birth] January 10, at Garvagh, Mrs. John Brown, of a daughter
Sep 15 1863 [Married] ALLISON & BROWNE On the 8th September, in Upper Cumber Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Andrew Long, of Monreagh, cousin of the bride, William Allison, Esq., M. D., Medical Officer of the Cumber, Claudy and Park District, to Mary, the daughter of the Rev. William Browne, P. M., of Upper Cumber
Nov 24 1863 [Died] November 19, at the residence of her son in law, Alexander Lane, Esq., M. D., Greenfield, near Coleraine, Eleanor, relict of the late Robert Browne, Esq., of Northland Row, Dungannon
Jan 15 1864 [Died] January 9, at her residence, Blackhill, Mrs. Brown, widow of the late Rev. William Brown, of Tobermore
Apr 22 1864 [Died] At Newcastle, State of Kentucky, of typhoid fever, Miss Nannie W. Brown, daughter of Thomas Brown, Esq., formerly of Roselick, near Coleraine, aged 27 years
Oct 18 1864 [Died] October 14, at Kilrea, Mr. George Browne, aged 85 years
Apr 7 1865 [Died] February 6, at Augusta, Georgia, Mary, wife of John Bones, Esq., and daughter of the late Rev. James Brown, Garvagh
Apr 25 1865 [Died] April 21, at her father's residence, 60 William Street, Derry, Frances Mary Browne, aged 8 years and 5 months
Jan 26 1866 [Died] December 24, at Augusta, Georgia, James Brown, Esq., son of the late Rev. James Brown, Garvagh
Jan 30 1866 [Died] On the 27th January, at 12 East Wall, Londonderry, Anne Brown, aged 89 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the Cathedral Burying Ground on Wednesday morning next, at ten o'clock
May 18 1866 [Married]BROWN & SMYTH May 17, in the Wesleyan Chapel, East Wall, Londonderry, by the Rev. Mr. Greer, Mr. Robert Brown, Waterside, to Miss Margaret Smyth, of this City
Jun 5 1866 [Died] On the 3rd of June, at her residence, Eglinton Terrace, Portrush, Miss Matilda Brown. Her remains will be removed from the terminus of the Coleraine Railway on Wednesday morning, the 6th inst., at ten o'clock, for their interment in the Chapel of Ease Burying Ground
Jun 11 1867 [Died] June 5, at the residence of her brother in law, John Brown, William Street, Londonderry, Frances Mary Rutherford
Oct 9 1866 [Died] October 2, suddenly at Ballyarton Mills, Annie, daughter of the Rev. N. M. Brown, of Newtownlimavady, aged 3 years
Jan 8 1867 [Died] On the 2nd January, at her residence, Tamnamore, Matilda Brown, aged 56 years
Jul 30 1867 [Died] July 27, at Sackville Street, Londonderry, Robert Ernest, the beloved infant son of Mr. Thomas Browne, veterinary surgeon, aged 6 months. His remains will be interred in the New Cemetery, on Wednesday morning, July 31st, at ten o'clock
Aug 16 1867 [Married] SMITH & BROWN August 9, in the First Presbyterian Church, Kilrea, by the Rev. J. M. Rodgers, Mr. Thomas Smith, Superintendent of Industrial Schools, Dundee, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Brown, Moneydigg
Jan 31 1868 [Died] January 28, at the residence of her husband, 58 William Street, Derry, Jane, wife of John Browne, sen
Jun 26 1868 [Married] BROWN & NUTT June 23, in the First Presbyterian Church, Glendermott, by the Rev. A. Buchanan, Mr. John Browne, of Ardmore, to Miss Sarah Ann Nutt, both of the Parish of Donagheady
Sep 11 1868 [Died] September 8, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Cathcart, Spring Lane, Magherafelt, Catherine, relict of the late James Brown, Esq., Killyfaddy, aged 93 years
Feb 23 1869 [Birth] Feb 17, at Quigley's Point, the wife of Mr. Thomas Browne, postmaster, of a daughter
Apr 27 1869 [Died] April 24, at her residence, Ervey, Ann Browne, aged 19 years
Jul 6 1869 [Married] SMITH & BROWNE June 29, at the Presbyterian Church, Moneydig, by the Rev. Mr. McKay, Mr. W. C. Smith, Flenhar, Craig, Dundee [Scotland], to Letitia, youngest daughter of Mr. John Browne, Moneydig, Kilrea
Jul 16 1869 [Died] July 10, at her residence, Tamnamore, Ellen Browne, aged 92 years
Sep 7 1869 [Married] BROWNE & OSBORNE Sept. 2, at Bovevagh Parish Church, by the Rev. William Ross, Dungiven, assisted by the Rev. John Colhurst, John Douglas Browne, Esq., Belfast, eldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Browne, Manorcunningham, county Donegal, to Fanny, eldest daughter of William Osborne, Esq., J. P., Altmover, county Londonderry
Oct 12 1869 [Died] Oct. 9, at Londonderry, Sub Constable James Brown, R. I. C., aged 33 years
Oct 12 1869 [Married] MARSHALL & BROWN Oct. 7, at First Newtownlimavady Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. G.W. Hamill, Mr. Wilson Marshall, Ballycrum, to Mary Jane, second daughter of Mr. John Brown, Drumgesh
Oct 26 1869 [Married] MITCHELL & BROWN Oct. 21, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F. J. Porter, A. M., D. T. Neilson Mitchell, Esq., Greerstown, son of the late David Mitchell, Esq., M. D., Strabane, to Miss Browne, only daughter of the late John Browne, Esq., Altrest
Nov 9 1869 [Died] Nov. 4, at her residence, Burnfoot, Eliza Browne, aged 25 years
Nov 19 1869 [Birth] Nov. 18, at Bennett Street, Derry, the wife of Mr. Alexander Brown, of a daughter