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Irwin Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1833-69

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



April 2 1833 Died at Clover Hill, near Drumquin, on Sunday last, MR. CHRISTOPHER IRWIN aged 78
December 8 1835 Married on the 18th ult., by the Rev. Samuel Armour, at Clover Hill, near Drumquin, MR. JOHN IRWIN, to JANE, third daughter of MR. WILLIAM WATSON, of said place
September 27 1836 Married at Castlederg, by the Rev. Mr. Armstrong, WM. GAULT, ESQ. of Boston, America, to AMELIA, daughter of the late WILLIAM IRWIN, of Castlederg
March 7 1837 On the night of Friday last, a quantity of yarn belonging to MR. ROBERT IRWIN, of this town, was taken from a cart, in the Back-street. Three persons, a woman named BOGAN, who had purchased part of the yarn, and a young man and woman belonging to this town, have been apprehended on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery
April 11 1837


EDWARD DIVINE, for stealing a quantity of yarn, the property of MR. ROBERT IRWIN, Strabane. Guilty - to be imprisoned three months and hard labour




February 13 1850 Married on the 25th ult., in the First Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw, by the Rev. Matthew Clarke, MR. JAMES IRWIN, Killen, to ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late MR. JOHN HENDERSON, Fyfin, near Castlederg




August 19 1837 Died on the 7th inst., in Castle Hill, Dungannon, HARRIET JANE, only daughter of the late JOHN IRWIN, ESQ., of Tully O'Donnel, in the county Tyrone
November 18 1837 Died Nov. 11, in Paradise Row, MISS JANE IRWIN, aged 71, sister of JAMES MOORE IRWIN, ESQ., Drumglass, Dungannon
October 20 1838 Married October 11, in St. Thomas's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Dr. Hancock, JAMES IRWIN, ESQ., of Drumglass, county of Tyrone, to MARY, eldest daughter of the late REV. OWEN ORMSBY
December 1 1838 Died at Augharaney, near Dungannon, County Tyrone, MARY, the wife of HENRY IRWIN, on the 26th ult
August 3 1839 Birth: July 23, at Clanabogan, county of Tyrone, the lady of JAMES IRWIN, ESQ., of a daughter
February 8 1840 Married Feb. 4, in Tullyniskin Church, county Tyrone, by the Rev. William Thompson, JOSEPH JOHNSTON, ESQ., of Knappagh, county Armagh, to JANE, relict of the late JOHN IRWIN, ESQ., of Tullydonnell, county Tyrone, and only child of the late REV. THOMAS STAPLES
March 21 1840 Married on the 26th ult., by the Rev. John Armstrong, of Castlederg, at the house of the lady's uncle, WILLIAM BUCHANAN, ESQ., Knockmoyle, near Omagh, MR. GUY IRWINE, innkeeper, Castlederg, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of MR. SAMUEL SCOTT, of Rash
June 19 1841 Married on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hogan, in St. Ann's Church, Dungannon, MR. GEORGE MOON, to ANNA, eldest daughter of MR. JOSEPH IRWIN, of said Place
August 19 1843 Died at Strabane, on the on the 5th inst., JAMES ALEXANDER, second son of MR. JAMES IRWINE, of the Excise
June 1 1844 Died on the 17th ult., at Moylagh, near Omagh, at the residence of MR. ANDREW WRIGHT, MRS. JANE IRWIN, at the advanced age of 94 years
December 28 1844 Died on the 15th inst., at Dungannon, of disease of the heart, aged 26 years, ANNE, the beloved wife of MR. GEORGE MOON, and daughter of MR. JOSEPH IRWIN
September 19 1846 Married on the 4th inst., in Castlecaulfield Church, by the Rev. W. Paul, WILLIAM, eldest son of JAMES BURNS, ESQ., of Killymaddy House, near Dungannon, to MARY, daughter of JOSEPH IRWIN, ESQ., merchant, Dungannon
March 1 1850 Married on the 15th ult., at Castlecaulfield Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Acheson, WILLIAM IRWIN, ESQ., of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, to ALICIA, only daughter of THOMAS ANDERSON, ESQ., Castlecaulfield, merchant
November 22 1850 Married on the 14th inst., in St. John's Church, Moneymore, by the Rev. J.T. Wright, JAMES IRWIN, ESQ., of Carlin House, county Tyrone, to MARY CHARLOTTE, third daughter of the late SAMUEL WRIGHT, ESQ., of Grouse Lodge
July 4 1851 Married on 20th ult., in the Church of Dromore, by the Rev. H.L. St. George, WILLIAM K. IRWINE, ESQ., son of CAPTAIN IRWINE, Drumglass House, near Dungannon, to ANNE, second daughter of JAMES HAMILTON, ESQ., of Lakemount
August 19 1853 Died on the 10th inst., at Dungannon, PHOEBE, fourth daughter of MR. JOSEPH IRWIN, aged 17 years
August 25 1854 Died at Chill, Coshocton county, State of Ohio, America, on the 30th June last, in the 75th year of his age, MR. GUY IRWIN, formerly of Denamona, near Omagh, county Tyrone
July 6 1855 Birth: June 30, at Church Street, Omagh, the wife of LIEUTENANT WILLIAM HAMILTON IRWIN, of the Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, of a daughter
August 17 1855 Married on Thursday, the 9th inst., in the Second Presbyterian Church, Castlederg, by the Rev. John Armstrong, WILLIAM McFARLAND, ESQ., of Kilkeen Cottage, to ANNE JANE, the only daughter of GEORGE IRWIN, ESQ., Crievy House
January 23 1857 Birth: On the 13th inst., at Drumglass House, the wife of CAPTAIN W.H. IRWIN, Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, of a daughter
May 1 1857 Birth: On the 21st ult., at Tullyodonnell, near Dungannon, the wife of THOMAS STAPLES IRWIN, ESQ., of a daughter
June 26 1857 Died on the 15th inst., at his residence, Drumglass House, county Tyrone, JAMES MOORE IRWIN, ESQ., in the 93rd year of his age
January 22 1858 Died on the 14th inst., at 9 Northumberland Row, Dungannon, MARY ANN GRAVEY IRWIN, daughter of the late ALEXANDER IRWIN, ESQ., Moree, county Tyrone
April 23 1858 Married on the 13th inst., at Monkstown Church [Co. Dublin], by the Rev. Theobald Butler, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Michael Kearney, Incumbent of Omeath, the REV. ALEXANDER STAPLES IRWIN, son of JOHN IRWIN, ESQ., of Drumglass, county Tyrone, to ELIZABETH, daughter of the REV. THEOBALD BUTLER, of Drum, county Tipperary
March 25 1859 Birth: March 18, at Creevagh, Dungannon, the wife of CAPTAIN W.H. IRWIN, Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, of a daughter
April 29 1859 Birth: April 17, at Drumglass, near Dungannon, the wife of THOMAS STAPLES IRWINE, ESQ., of a daughter
August 17 1860 Birth: August 5, at Rosedale Cottage, Dungannon, the wife of CAPTAIN IRWIN, Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, of a son
April 19 1861 Died on the 11th April, at Rosedale, near Dungannon, FRANCES ALEXANDER, the infant son of CAPTAIN W.H. IRWIN, Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, aged eight months
November 15 1861 Married November 5, at Desertcreat Parish Church, by the Rev. T.H. Porter, D.D., MR. WILLIAM GEORGE IRWIN, Agherany, Donaghmore, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of MR. WILSON MACKAY, P.L.G., The Isle, Rock, Dungannon
November 29 1861 Died November 23, in Dundalk, CAROLINE, relict of JAMES IRWIN, ESQ., Wellbrook, county Tyrone
May 23 1862 Birth: May 18, at Rosedale Cottage, near Dungannon, the wife of CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. IRWIN, Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, of son
December 11 1863 Married December 8, at Wesleyan Chapel, Moy, by the Rev. John Dwyer, Dungannon, WILLIAM EBBITT, ESQ., Kingstown, to LETITIA, eighth daughter of the late MR. JOSEPH IRWIN, Dungannon
January 19 1864 Married January 11 at Clogher Church, by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Curate of Clogher, MR. GEORGE HUMES, of Ardunshin Cottage, Clogher, to MISS SARAH IRWIN, of Claremore Cottage, Clogher. The united ages of the happy couple amount to 150 years, the age of the bridegroom being 80, and that of his fair bride 70
April 22 1864 Married April 14, in the Presbyterian Church, Clogher, county Tyrone, by the Rev. J. Gardner Robb, MR. JAMES CUTHBERTSON, to MARY JANE daughter of MR. SAMUEL IRWIN, Sciencien, Clogher
January 23 1866 Married January 19, in St. Anne's Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. Edmund Gaussen, WILLIAM IRWIN, ESQ., merchant, Dungannon, third son of ANDREW IRWIN, ESQ., of Mullaghmore House, to ANNIE JANE, eldest daughter of GEORGE MOON, ESQ., Dungannon
March 30 1866 Died on the 22nd January last, at his residence, Irwin's Hotel, Boroondara [Victoria], Australia, MR. WILLIAM JAMES IRWIN, aged 37 years, formerly of county Tyrone
August 28 1866 Birth: August 23, at Drumglass House, Dungannon, county Tyrone, the wife of THOMAS STAPLES IRWIN, ESQ., of a daughter
September 14 1866 Married on the 11th September, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Dungannon, by the Rev. John Wood Ballard, assisted by the Rev. Robert Knowles, FRANCIS, the second son of ADAM ECCLES, ESQ., of Moneyhaw, Moneymore, to CAROLINA, the youngest daughter of the late MR. JOSEPH IRWIN, of Dungannon
June 9 1868 Died March 18, in Union Street, New Zealand, CAPTAIN W.H. IRWIN, late of the 80th Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, and of Drumglass House, county Tyrone
September 24 1869 Birth: Sept. 19, at Killen, Ardstraw, the wife of MR. JAMES IRWIN, of a son