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Campbell Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-69

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

July 30 1822 Married on the 9th inst. by the Rev. Charles Hemphill, of Badony, the REV. THOMAS HAMILTON, Probationer of Cavanreagh, to MISS CAMPBELL, third daughter of HUGH CAMPBELL, ESQ. of Achilane, county Tyrone
April 1 1823 Died on Sunday evening last, MR. HENRY CAMPBELL of this town [Strabane]
March 13 1827

Melancholy Occurrence

On Sunday night, this town [Strabane]was visited by a very large Flood, in consequence of the rapid thaw which commenced on Saturday. The river continued to rise from the night until yesterday morning at three o’clock, when it gradually decreased. We are sorry to state that two children daughters of THOMAS CAMPBELL of Bridgend, met their death in attempting to get out of a boat, conveying them from the reach of the Flood, near their own house. One of them was got shortly after the accident, but died from excessive cold. The situation of the poor people at the foot of this Town and Bridgend is truly deplorable. We understand a subscription is now setting in foot, in order to alleviate their suffering - and we hope, from the well known liberality of the Inhabitants of the town, that it will be such, as it will meet the calamitous necessity.


 

LONDONDERRY STANDARD:

January 25 1831 Married on Thursday, the 13th instant., by the Rev. Mr. Gilkey, of Omagh, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Beltrim, to ANN, second daughter of the REV. MR. HEMPHILL, of Gortin
October 14 1840 Died at Bridge Street, Strabane, on Thursday last, MRS. CAMPBELL, wife of MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, merchant
June 23 1841 Died at Strabane, on Wednesday week, MRS. CAMPBELL [MARGARET (nee ARBUCKLE)], relict of the late MR. [ROBERT] CAMPBELL, of that town, tobacconist
August 18 1841 Married on Tuesday, 10th inst., at the house of her father, by the Rev. Mr. Hemphill, Presbyterian Minister of Gortin, MR. JAMES McFARLAND, of Letterbratt, to MISS CAMPBELL, daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of said Place
May 1 1846 Married on Tuesday, the 7th ult., in the Parish Church of Upper Badony, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, MR. ANDREW CLARKE, of Maghera, county Derry, to MARY, second daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Letterbratt, county Tyrone
January 15 1847 Died at Milford, county Donegal, on the 6th inst., MRS. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, aged 69 years, relict of the late MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Drumcairn, Stewartstown
February 16 1849 Married in Gortin Church, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. Nathaniel Stevens, MR. WILLIAM HAMILTON, of Innisclan, near Mountfield, to ISABELLA, third daughter of MR. FREDERICK CAMPBELL, of Ruskey, near Gortin

 

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LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

February 13 1830 Married on Thursday last, at Dungannon, by the Rev. Dr. Muldoon, P.P., MR. ARTHUR MALONE, of Aharan, county Tyrone, to MISS ALICIA CAMPBELL, of Tully O'Donnell. After the ceremony the happy pair retired to the seat of a friend to spend their honeymoon
July 31 1830 Died on the 23rd inst., by the Rev. Mr. McCaffrey, PETER CAMPBELL, ESQ., to MISS MARGARET HARKIN, third daughter of the late THOMAS HARKIN, ESQ., of Omagh
October 20 1838 Married on Monday, the 15th inst., by the Rev. John Moore, Glenally, MR. JOHN McDONALD, of Ballyarnet, near this City [Londonderry], to MARY, youngest daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Glengaw
September 18 1841 Married on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. James Dales, of Glenhoy, MR. WILLIAM MASSY, near Augher, to MISS ELIZA CAMPBELL, daughter of MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL, of same Place
December 4 1841 Married on the 1st of December, in Termon Church, by the Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford, MR. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Omagh, to ANNE, fourth daughter of the late MR. JOHN GREER, Kivlin
September 2 1843 Died on the 23rd ult., after a protracted illness, at the residence of her brother in law, MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, Letterbrat, county Tyrone, MISS MARY JANE BOYLE, daughter to MR. N. BOYLE, late of William Street, Londonderry
July 19 1845 Married in Dromore Church, by the Rev. H.L St. George, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Ederney, county Fermanagh, to MISS MARIA SCOTT, of Mullaghbane, near Dromore, county Tyrone
January 12 1848 Married on the 1st inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, MR. HUGH McCULLAGH, merchant, of Ballyarton, Parish of Upper Cumber, county Derry, to MARGARET, the daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Letterbrat, Glenelly, Parish of Upper Badony, county Tyrone
February 8 1850 Married on Tuesday the 5th inst., in Upper Badoney Church, by the Rev. Thomas Lindsay Stack, Rector, SARAH, daughter of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Letterbratt, to MR. JOHN McLAUGHLIN, of Plumbridge, near Gortin
September 13 1850 Married on Tuesday 3rd inst., in the Parish Church of Upper Badoney, by the Rev. L. Stack, JANE, daughter of ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., of Letterbrat, to ROBERT DUNN, ESQ., of Plumbridge, near Gortin
January 17 1851 Married on the 14th inst., in the 1st Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, county Tyrone, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, MR. SAMUEL CAMPBELL, merchant, Newtownstewart, to ELIZABETH, daughter of MR. ANDREW WILSON, Cavandoraugh
April 11 1851 Married in Gortin Church, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. N. Stephens, MR. HUGH GIBBONNE, of Drumnskilly, to MISS CATHERINE, daughter of ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, ESQ., of Dunbunraver, near Gortin
October 17 1851 Died on the 9th inst., at her residence, Aughalane, in the 89th year of her age, ELIZABETH, wife of the late MR. HUGH CAMPBELL
February 6 1852 Died at Fintona, on the 16th ult., MR. HUGH CAMPBELL, merchant, in the 42nd year of his age
February 24 1852 Died at Seskanore, near Omagh, on the 15th of this month, MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL, after a lingering illness, aged 62 years
February 24 1854 Married on the 14th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, JOHN CAMPBELL, ESQ., St. Louis, America, to CHARLOTTE, daughter of ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., Letterbrat, Upper Badony, county Tyrone
September 14 1855 Married on Thursday, the 6th inst., at the Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F.J. Porter, REV. GEORGE MARSHALL, Princeton, America, to BELLA, youngest daughter of the late MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Tullyard, Donemana
December 12 1856 Died at Strabane, on Wednesday morning last, MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, Jeweller
February 13 1857 Died on the 7th inst., at the residence of his son in law, MR. SAMUEL WALLACE, Strabane, MR. JOHN CAMPBELL, at the advanced age of ninety years
December 18 1857 Died on Thursday, the 10th inst., at Rooskey, near Gortin, MR. FREDERICK CAMPBELL, aged 84 years
January 28 1859 Married January 19, in the Fourth Presbyterian Church, Derry, by the Rev. David Hanson, Fahan, MR. EPHRAIM McELVENNY, fourth son of MR. ALEXANDER McELVENNY, Elaghbeg, to MARY JANE, second daughter of MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL, Gortin
April 1 1859 Died on 16th August, in the city of Sacramento, California, after a long and painful illness, ANDREW CAMPBELL, son of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, Glengaw, Plumbridge, aged 41
October 21 1859 Died October 7, at her father's residence, ROSE ANNE, only surviving daughter of MR. THOMAS CAMPBELL, Bridge End, Strabane
December 9 1859 Married December 1, in Glenelly Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Alexander Douglas, HUGH KYLE CAMPBELL, son of ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., Letterbrat, Plumbridge, to MARY JANE, daughter of the REV. JOHN MOORE, Glenelly, Upper Badony
September 28 1860 Birth September 18, at Leardin, the residence of her father, the REV. JOHN MOORE, the wife of MR. HUGH KYLE CAMPBELL, Letterbrat, Plumbridge, of a son
January 4 1861 Died December 29, at his residence, Derbrough, Plumbridge, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL
December 13 1861 Birth November 29, at Lisnatunny, near Newtownstewart, the wife of GEORGE CAMPBELL, ESQ., of a son
April 18 1862 Died April 15, at Newtownstewart, ISABELLA JANE, wife of MR. ROSS CAMPBELL, merchant
June 20 1862 Birth June 14, at Letterbrat, Plumbridge, the wife of HUGH KYLE CAMPBELL, of a daughter
July 25 1862 Married July 10, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, MR. WILLIAM FROME, Teacher in the National Model School, Galway, to MISS ANNIE CAMPBELL, Teacher in Omagh National Model School
December 5 1862 Married November 27, in the Presbyterian Church, Killeter, by the Rev. Joseph Love, MR. SAMUEL SWEENY, of Maghernageeragh, to SARAH JANE, daughter of MR. HENRY CAMPBELL, of the same Place
October 13 1863 Married October 5, in the Presbyterian Church, Seskinore, by the Rev. John Smith, MR. DAVID WALKER, carpenter, Omagh, to MISS MARY CAMPBELL, of John Street, Omagh
April 14 1863 Died April 4, at Letterbratt, Plumbridge, of diptheria, ANDREW, aged 2 years and 7 months, the beloved son of HUGH KYLE CAMPBELL, ESQ.
April 14 1863 Died at Letterbratt, Plumbridge, of diptheria, on Sunday, 5th April, LIZZIE ANN, aged 10 months, the beloved daughter of HUGH KYLE CAMPBELL, ESQ.
June 14 1864 Died June 6, at Derbrough, near Plumbridge, in the 74th year of her age, MARY, relict of the late MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL
June 14 1864 Died June 7, at Plumbridge, ANDREW, infant son of MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL, aged 1 year and 8 months
March 18 1864 Married March 10, in the Presbyterian Church, Glenelly, by the Rev. John Moore, M.A., ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., Aghalane, Upper Badony, to ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of the late JAMES McFARLAND, ESQ., Letterbrat, Plumbridge
December 30 1864 Birth December 21, at Plumbridge, the wife of MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL, of a Daughter
December 30 1864 Birth on the 22nd December, at Eden Mill, the wife of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of a son
January 10 1865 Died on the 26th December, at Glengaw, near Plumbridge, county Tyrone, MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, aged 86 years
May 12 1865 Died May 6, MR. JOHN CAMPBELL, Minaduff, near Gortin, aged 86 years
October 3 1865 Married on September 28, at St. Anne's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Dr. Miller. MR. A.H. CAMPBELL, Strabane, to LIZZIE, daughter of GEORGE HAMILTON, ESQ., R.N
May 11 1866 Married May 8, in Donagheady Church, by the Rev. Frederick Clark, Incumbent of Dunnalong, MR. DANIEL MAGEE, to MISS SARAH CAMPBELL, both of the Parish of Dunnalong
April 23 1867 Birth April 18, at Plumbridge, the wife of MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL, of a son
May 19 1867 Married March 12, in Corrick Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Black, MR. ROBERT B. CAMPBELL, youngest son of MR. ANDREW CAMPBELL, of Letterbratt, to JANE, only daughter of MR. JOHN McFARLAND, of Letterbratt
December 3 1867 Married November 28, in the Roman Catholic Church, Arboe, by the Rev. Charles Montague, assisted by the Rev. Peter McNamee, MR. PATRICK CAMPBELL, of Elagh, to MARIA, eldest daughter of MR. EDWARD BRADY, Killywoolaghan, Arboe, county Tyrone
September 18 1868 Died on the 13th September, at Letterbratt, ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., aged 74 years
February 12 1869 Married Feb. 9, in the Parish Church of Dunalong, by the Rev. Frederick J. Clark, A.M., Incumbent, MR. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Tavankeery, to MISS CATHERINE KELLY, of Magheramason
February 23 1869 Married Feb. 18, at Douglas Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert Dale, MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL, to MARY JANE, second daughter of MR. JAMES COWAN, of Bearney, Strabane
March 19 1869 Married March 11, in Second Presbyterian Church, Donagheady, by the Rev. F.J. Porter, MR. GEORGE McFARLAND, Ballyskeagh, to MISS ANNE CAMPBELL, Stonylane
August 3 1869 Married July 29, in Corrick Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S. Black, ALEXANDER HAMILTON, ESQ., Newtownstewart, to VIRGINIA, youngest daughter of the late ANDREW CAMPBELL, ESQ., Fairview Cottage, Letterbratt, Plumbridge, county Tyrone