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Graham Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-69

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 10 1822 Married Wednesday last, in Urney Church, MR. RICHARD GRAHAM, to MISS BAIRD, daughter of the late MR. WM. BAIRD, of this town
May 10 1825

STRABANE CLASSICAL SCHOOL

On Tuesday last MR. RICHARD GRAHAM, son of the REV. JOHN GRAHAM, obtained the Classical Premium, in opposition to two formidable competitors, at the Quarterly Examinations in Trinity College, Dublin. At the same time MR. JAMES McCULLAGH obtained the Classical Certificate and a Premium for Science. These humble candidates for Literary eminence entered the College from the select Classical School of the REV. THOMAS ROLLESTONE of this Town

January 25 1831 Married Friday last, MR. GRAHAM, of Newtownstewart, to MISS HOOD, of Ballymullarty
July 19 1831 On Sunday last, as ALEXANDER ORR, of Newtowncunningham [Co. Donegal], servant to MR. ISAAC GRAHAM of this town, was taking out a horse to water, the animal took fright, and we are sorry to say, the rider fell off, and was so much injured that he died same evening
June 11 1833 Died Thursday last, after a lingering illness, MISS ANNE GRAHAM, daughter of MR. ANDREW GRAHAM, of this town, Boot and Shoe-maker
September 8 1835 Died Thursday last, at Moville [Co. Donegal], where she had been for some time, for the benefit of the sea, MRS. ISAAC GRAHAM, of this town, most deservedly regretted by all who knew her. Her remains were brought to Strabane on Saturday last, and a vast number who met the funeral procession gave melancholy evidence of the general esteem in which she was held. Her illness had been long protracted, and was submitted to with a degree of piety and resignation calculated to give every comfort and consolation to her extensive circle of friends and relatives. Her removal will be generally felt, as she was always an active supporter of all the charitable and benevolent institutions within the sphere of her influence
January 12 1836 Died in this town, on Saturday last, after a long illness, MR. JOHN GRAHAM, an old and respectable inhabitant, aged 72 years


 

LONDONDERRY JOURNAL:

February 1 1831 Married Friday evening last the 21st January, in the house of the young lady's father, by the Rev. Mr. Adams, MR. GRAHAM, of Newtownstewart, to MISS HOOD, eldest daughter of MR. HOOD, of Early Hill


 

LONDONDERRY STANDARD:

December 25 1839 Died at Tennessee, North America, in October last, WILLIAM GRAHAM, son of the late ANDREW GRAHAM, ESQ., Royal Navy, formerly of Cavanalee, near Strabane. He was a young man very much respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. He left a mother and sister to deplore his loss
July 29 1840 Died Wednesday morning, the 22nd inst., at her residence, Market House Street, Strabane, at an advanced age, which she adorned ‘in the way of righteousness” MRS. ANNE GRAHAM, a humble devoted Christian, one of the best mothers and a sincere friend
October 21 1841 Married Wednesday morning, the 13th inst, by the Rev. Edward Atkinson, in the Church of Strabane, MR. ROBERT GRAHAM, to MARGARET, second daughter of MR. JAMES DONNELL, Calheme, near said town
May 3 1843 Married on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Matthew Clark, Presbyterian Minister, Ardstraw, MR. WILLIAM ROBINSON, of Kemmis, to ISABELLA, daughter of MR. JOHN GRAHAM, Ballyfoliart


 

LONDONDERRY SENTINEL:

July 31 1830 Died Sunday last, the 25th inst., after a short but severe illness, MRS. GRAHAM, wife of MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, of Mountjoy Forest, county Tyrone, aged 53 years. Deeply deplored by her disconsolate husband and children
May 11 1833 Married the 26th ult., by the Rev. John Hamilton, JAMES GRAHAM, ESQ., Tantramurry, to SARAH, youngest daughter to MARK MILLEN [MELLON], ESQ., Castletown, Cappagh
July 19 1834 Died suddenly at Bundoran [Co. Donegal], on Tuesday last, after bathing, MISS GRAHAM, of Fivemiletown
December 24 1836 Married on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J.G. Porter, MR. R.G. GRAHAM, of Drumnagross, near Trillick, to MARY ANNE, daughter of MR. J. BLACK, of Lettermony, near Irvinestown [Co. Fermanagh]
October 28 1837 Married Tuesday last, the 24th inst., in the Cathedral Church, Clogher, by the Very Rev. Dean Maude, JAMES WEST, ESQ., of Fintona, to ISABELLA GRAHAM, of Clogher
October 24 1840 Died Oct. 14, MRS. GRAHAM, relict of the late REV. JAMES GRAHAM, of Thorn Hill, county Tyrone
December 12 1840 Married on Tuesday, 8th inst., at Fivemiletown Church, by the Rev. John Story, JAMES GRAHAM, ESQ., of Aughnacloy, to MARY, only daughter of ROBERT LEY, ESQ., of Grange, near Clogher
October 15 1842 Married on the 13th inst., by the Rev. Henry Lucas St. George, Dromore, MR. JAMES GIVEN, of Drumquin, county Tyrone, to MISS MARY GRAHAM, third daughter of RICHARD GRAHAM, ESQ., of Rahoney, county Tyrone
July 29 1843 Birth: On the 12th inst., at the Abercorn Arms, Omagh, the lady of the REV. JAMES GRAHAM, of a daughter
August 10 1844 Died Wednesday last, MR. MICHAEL GRAHAM, Bridge Street Strabane, county Tyrone, formerly of Dromore, county Down, teacher, aged 77 years
July 5 1845 Birth: On the 25th ult., at Killishil Cottage, county Tyrone, the lady of the REV. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM, of a daughter
February 22 1850 Married at Dromore Church, on Thursday, 7th inst., by the Rev. H.L. St. George, ARTHUR GRAHAM, ESQ., of Rakerinbeg, to MARY, fourth daughter of JOHN ALEXANDER, ESQ., of Kildrum
August 30 1850 Birth: On the 22nd inst., at Killishil Cottage, county Tyrone, the wife of the REV. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM, of a son
January 10 1851 Died Monday, the 30th ult., MARY, the beloved wife of MR. RICHARD GRAHAM, of Raheny, near Omagh, aged 65
February 7 1851 Died Tuesday, 21st ult., MR. JOSEPH GRAHAM, of Raw, parish of Clogherny, county Tyrone
June 25 1852 Married Thursday, the 17th inst., in Ballintra Church [Co. Donegal], by the Rev. John Kincaid, MR. NICHOLAS SIMS, of Castlefin, to ELIZA, only daughter of the late THOMAS GRAHAM, ESQ., merchant, Strabane, county Tyrone
April 1 1853 Died Wednesday week, the 23rd ult., at Ardtrea House, aged 21 years, THOMAS R. GRAHAM, second son of JOSEPH GRAHAM, ESQ
July 29 1853 Married on the 21st inst., at Castlederg Wesleyan Chapel, by the Rev. Robert Hewitt, CHARLES GRAHAM, ESQ., Drumarnagross, Trillick, to MARY, daughter of the REV. WILLIAM FINLAY, Drumclamph House, Castlederg
March 17 1854 Died Saturday, the 11th inst., at his residence, Ballybogan, near Lifford [Co. Donegal], aged 58 years, MR. RICHARD GRAHAM, provision merchant. His remains were interred in Strabane burying ground
July 21 1854 Died in New York, on the 22nd June last, aged 51 years, MR. JAMES GRAHAM, late of Rahoney, Parish of Dromore, county Tyrone
December 7 1855 Died on the 21st, at his residence, Drumardnagross, county Tyrone, MR. ROBERT GRAHAM, aged 86 years. For more than 50 years he was a distinguished office bearer in the Wesleyan Methodist Society
June 26 1857 Married at Clady, Tyrone, on the 22nd inst., by the Rev. James Budd, MR. DAVID WELCH, Montrose, Scotland, to MARTHA, second daughter of MR. GEORGE GRAHAM, Leckpatrick
February 12 1858 Died on the 5th inst., at his son's residence, near Omagh, MR. JOHN GRAHAM, aged 90 years
February 19 1858 Died on the 15th inst., in the 19th year of his age, MR. JOHN GRAHAM, late of Tantrymurry
March 5 1858 Died on the 18th ult., MARY, the beloved wife of MR. CHARLES GRAHAM, of Drumardnagross, county Tyrone, in the 26th year of her age, and daughter of the late REV. WILLIAM FINLAY, Wesleyan Minister
April 2 1858 Married on the 18th ult., in Newtownstewart Church, by the Rev. Charles Hamilton, MR. ANDREW POLLOCK, of Crew, to SARAH, youngest daughter of the late MR. JAMES GRAHAM, of Grahamstown, Castlederg
April 30 1858 Died at Cavanalee, near Strabane, after a very short illness, MRS. GRAHAM, relict of the late FRANCIS GRAHAM
June 18 1858 Married on the 10th inst., in Clogher Church, by the Rev. W.B. Ashe, MR. JOSEPH GRAHAM, Cormore, to ISABELLA, youngest daughter of JOHN NEELY, ESQ., of Ballymagowan, county Tyrone
April 15 1859 Died at Hamilton, Ohio, on the 2nd January, ISAAC GRAHAM, ESQ., formerly of Strabane, aged 76
June 17 1859 Married June 15, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Church Street, Strabane, by the Rev. W.C. Doonan, assisted by the Rev. Henry Geddes, MR. JOHN COOK, of Strabane, watchmaker and jeweller, to MISS MARY JANE GRAHAM, of same Place
March 15 1861 Married March 7, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Leslie A. Kyle, B.A., MR. ALEXANDER GRAHAM, of Evish, to MISS MATILDA RICHEY, of Killen
April 12 1861 Married on the 11th inst., in the Wesleyan Chapel, Omagh, by the Rev. James C. Bass, brother to the bride, MR. ANDREW GRAHAM, of Omagh, to HARRIETTE PENMAN, the fourth daughter of MR. CHARLES BASS, of Cork
May 17 1861 Died May 14, at Strabane, after a long illness, MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, son of MR. THOMAS GRAHAM
September 13 1861 Died September 9, at Strabane, ELIZABETH, wife of MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, Butcher Street
December 20 1861 Died Tuesday morning at his residence, George's Street, Omagh, WILLIAM GRAHAM, ESQ., M.D., late Staff Surgeon R.N., and principal Naval Storekeeper and Examiner Royal Victoria Yard, Deptford, London, aged 52 years. His remains will be removed for interment at Cappagh on Friday Morning, at eleven o'clock
January 17 1862 Married on the 6th January, in St. John's Church, Middletown [Co. Armagh], by the Rev. Thomas Jarvis White, Incumbent, SAMUEL ATKIN GRAHAM, ESQ., Aughnacloy, to JANE, only daughter of DR. EDWARD LOCHRANE, Middletown
January 17 1862 Birth: January 18, MRS. ANDREW GRAHAM, Omagh, of a son
December 19 1862 Married December 1, in Bundoran Church [Co. Donegal] , by the Rev. J.C. Jones, MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, Gortmore House, Fivemiletown, to MARY ELIZA, eldest daughter of MR. PATRICK YOUNG, Tattynellen, and Fivemiletown
January 16 1863 Birth: January 10, the wife of SAMUEL ATKIN GRAHAM, ESQ., Aughnacloy, of a son
May 5 1863 Birth: May 1, at Campsie Place, Omagh, the wife of MR. ANDREW GRAHAM, of a son
September 18 1863 Died August 12, at Philadelphia, ALEXANDER, son of MR. ANDREW GRAHAM, teacher of Corick National School, Newtownstewart, and brother of MR. HUGH WILLIAM GRAHAM, teacher of Corranary National School, Omagh
February 2 1864 Married January 29, in the Presbyterian Church, Drumquin, by the Rev. John Davidson, JOHN J. WHITE, ESQ., Beagh House, to ELIZA, second daughter of JOHN GRAHAM, ESQ., Coolkeeragh
April 15 1864 Died on the 5th April, at Mullaghmore, Omagh, MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, aged 84 years
May 13 1864 Died May 8, Sarah, wife of JAMES GRAHAM, ESQ., Mountjoy, Omagh, aged 44 years
May 23 1865 Married May 19, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Church Street, Strabane, by the Rev. T.W. Baker, MR. WILLIAM MITCHELL, watchmaker, to MISS SARAH GRAHAM, both of Strabane
May 30 1865 Married May 16, in Lislimnahan Church, by the Rev. C. Irvine, JAMES GRAHAM, ESQ., Dunmore House, Mountjoy, to ELIZABETH M. RIDDELL, only surviving daughter of MR. THOMAS RIDDELL, Grouse Park, Newtownstewart
July 11 1865 Married July 6, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Omagh, by the Rev. Josias Mitchell, MR. WILLIAM SMYTH, of Gillygooly, to SARAH JANE, daughter of MR. WILLIAM GRAHAM, Dunwish
July 25 1865 Died July 8th, at Ballintra [Co. Donegal], after a protracted illness, ELIZABETH, relict of the late MR. THOMAS GRAHAM, of Strabane, aged 74 years
August 8 1865 Married August 1, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Omagh, by the Rev. William Mulloy, MR. JOSEPH WALLACE, Aghadarra, near Dromore, to SARAH JANE, daughter of MR. JOHN GRAHAM, Dunwish, Omagh
March 2 1866 Died December 9, at South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, of colonial fever, CATHERINE, the beloved wife of MR. JOHN GRAHAM, late of Trenamadon, county Tyrone
March 13 1866 Birth March 8, the wife of JAMES GRAHAM, ESQ., Dunmore House, Mountjoy, of a daughter
May 22 1866 Birth: May 17, at 2 Campsie Place, Omagh, the wife of ANDREW GRAHAM, ESQ., of a son
June 29 1866 Married on the 14th June, in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, M.A., SPROULE GRAHAM, ESQ., of Mountjoy, Omagh, to ELLEN, fourth daughter of JOHN LEITCH, ESQ., of Meaghey
February 5 1867 Died on the 28th January, at Omagh, of congestion of the lungs, FRANCIS JOHN, youngest son of MR. JOSEPH GRAHAM, aged seven years and six months
March 5 1867 Married February 28, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. W.A. Russell, MR. JOHN ROBERT GRAHAM, merchant, Front Street, Strabane, to CATHERINE, second daughter of the late MR. ROBERT SMYLEY, Carrickgullen
September 17 1867 Married September 11, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Strabane, by the Rev. W. Hoey, MR. WILLIAM GRAHAM, Evish, county Tyrone, to SARAH, third daughter of MR. JAMES HOUSTON, Cavanalee
December 6 1867 Birth: December 2, at Main Street, Strabane, the wife of MR. JOHN R. GRAHAM, of a son
December 24 1867 Died December 19, at Main Street, Strabane, CATHERINE, wife of MR. JOHN R. GRAHAM, grocer and baker
April 21 1868 Birth: April 13, at Dunmore House, Omagh, the wife of JAMES GRAHAM ESQ., of a son
March 5 1869 Married Feb 21, at Drumsurn Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Mr. Davidson, MR. ROBERT HEMPHILL, Castlederg, to MISS MARIA GRAHAM, fourth daughter of JOHN GRAHAM, ESQ., Coolkeragh House, Drumquin
July 30 1869 Married July 22, at the Wesleyan Church, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, by the Rev. John Duncan, GEORGE GRAHAM, Letterclary, Stewartstown, to CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, second daughter of ALEXANDER LOWE, Dublin