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Elliott Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1844-67

Extracted from personal announcements inserted in the LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

 

 

August 10 1844 [Died] On Sunday night week, aged 54, the beloved wife of Mr. James Elliott, clerk of the market, Coleraine
December 28 1849 [Married] At Tubbermore, on the 20th inst., Mr. James Elliott, to Anne, youngest daughter of Mr. W. Elliott, late of Maghera
October 18 1850 [Married] On the 10th inst., in the Parish Church of Aughadoey, by the Rev. Robert Alexander, Mr. Thomas Boyd, Collins near Coleraine, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Joseph Elliott, Lisnacloon, Castlederg, county Tyrone
September 26 1851 [Died] On the ship 'Harry Lorrequer', in February last, on their way to join their brother, Mr. John Elliott, Catherine and Martha Anne Elliott, late of Coleraine
August 22 1856 [Died] On the 18th inst., at Foyle College, Londonderry, Lucy Sweet, daughter of the Rev. W.S. Elliott, aged 23 years
January 20 1860 [Died] November 13, at Newbridge, Victoria [Australia], Mr. John Elliot, formerly of Coleraine, Ireland
September 19 1862 [Died] July 23, in Montreal, John Elliott, a native of Coleraine, aged 65 years
October 10 1862 [Birth] October 3, the wife of Mr. Ralph M. Elliott, Bluebell Hill, Londonderry, of twins, a son and a daughter
May 10 1864 [Birth] May 8, at William Street, Derry, the wife of Mr. Thomas Elliott, of a daughter
August 23 1864 [Married] August 18, in Great James Street Presbyterian Church, Derry, by the Rev. William McClure, Mr. William Elliott, of this City, to Miss E. Alexander, of Edinburgh
August 31 1866 [Died] August 27, at his father's residence, 5 Foyle Alley, Derry, Mr. William Elliott, aged 26 years
March 12 1867 [Died] On the 10th March, at 1 Chamberlain Place, Londonderry, Anne, the daughter of Mr. Thomas Elliott, aged 27 years. Her remains will be removed this, Tuesday, morning, at ten o'clock, for interment in the Cemetery