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Clonfeacle Parish Death Announcements 1830-69
Deaths recorded in Clonfeacle Parish, Co. Tyrone, extracted from personal notices inserted in the STRABANE MORNING POST LONDONDERRY SENTINEL and LONDONDERRY STANDARD

Transcribed & Compiled by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

December 31 1822


Extract of a letter from the parish of KILLYMAN, dated Dec. 21:

“JAMES HUTCHINSON, a young man, scarcely 30 years of age, of a stout and healthy constitution, and in perfect health, went from his place to Moy, on Saturday evening last, and bought some deal boards, which he left with a carpenter to make a shelf; but melancholy to relate, out of the same boards on the Monday following, was made his coffin! How alarming is this circumstance! How loudly should it sound in the ears of every careless sinner, ‘Prepare to meet thy God, as thy soul, this night, may be required of thee.’ ”

January 16 1830

BRYANS. On the 4th instant, at the advanced age of 103 years, FRANCIS BRYANS, ESQ., of Moy, in the county Tyrone

February 13 1830

WHITESIDE. On the 29th ult., at her son's seat, Benburb, county Tyrone, at the advanced age of 75 years, MRS. ANNE WHITESIDE, relict of the late REV. JAMES WHITESIDE, Minister of Benburb Presbyterian Church

June 9 1838

KING. On the 18th ult., suddenly in Moy, at the residence of his brother, MR. JOHN KING, eldest son of MR. ROBERT KING, of Ashgrove

August 10 1839

RICHARDSON. At her residence, in Moy, on 31st ult., MRS. RICHARDSON, aged 79 years, relict of the late REV. DR. RICHARDSON, for many years Rector of Clonfeacle

April 29 1837

RICHARDSON. April 19th, Mary Anne, the beloved wife of CHARLES RICHARDSON, ESQ., of Annagh, near Aughnacloy, leaving seven young children to lament her loss

September 28 1839

EYRE. On the 21st inst., at Benburb, in the county Tyrone, HESTER ELIZABETH, wife of THOMAS EYRE, ESQ., aged 33 years

November 23 1839

LYSAGHT. November 12, at Moy, county Tyrone, at an advanced age, ELIZABETH HANNAH, relict of the late EDWARD LYSAGHT, ESQ., barrister at law

January 13 1844

McCLELLAND. December 27, at Moy, county Tyrone, Lieutenant ROBERT McCLELLAND. He served under SIR RALPH ABERCROMBY, in Egypt

November 22 1845

THISTLE. On the 22nd of August, at Etobicoke, near Toronto, Upper Canada, PHOEBE, wife of DR. THISTLE, formerly of Benburb, county Tyrone, aged 49 years

December 20 1845

SHAW. On the 10th inst., JANE, the beloved wife of the REV. SAMUEL SHAW, Independent Minister of Moy

June 20 1846

HOLMES. On the 19th inst., MRS. MARY HOLMES, relict of the late NATHANIEL HOLMES, ESQ., Moyard, county Tyrone

July 4 1846

PATTERSON. Following the finding of the mutilated body of a young man in a pipe at the end of the town of Benburb some weeks ago, it is now supposed that the body is that of JAMES PATTERSON, who lived with his step-mother and her family, who go by the name of LOY, at Kingarve near Dungannon. He was rather sickly, and suffered from sore eyes, but had managed to save 20.0s.0d. Having been missing for some weeks his step-mother and family, who were preparing to go to America, stated that he had gone to the Infirmary in Armagh for treatment, these statements have now proved untrue. Patterson's step-mother and her two daughters have subsequently been arrested in Glasgow, and lodged in Dungannon Gaol on Sunday evening past. Two of her sons have also been arrested, one in Liverpool, and the other in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, all suspected of murder

October 24 1846

HOLMES. At Moyard, near Benburb, on Thursday, the 8th inst., ROBERT HOLMES, ESQ., aged 43 years

January 30 1847

EYRE. On the 25th inst., suddenly, in the 46th year of his age, THOMAS EYRE, ESQ., of Benburb Castle, county Tyrone, J.P., of the counties of Armagh and Tyrone

April 10 1847

WILSON. On Monday, the 23rd ult., after a lingering illness, MISS MARGARET WILSON, daughter of MR. JOSEPH WILSON, of Edenderry, near Benburb, aged 19 years

June 12 1847

GREER. On the 7th inst., of jaundice, at Bishop Street [Londonderry], SARAH, youngest daughter of the late BENJAMIN GREER, ESQ., of Moy

March 23 1849

CAULFIELD. At Moy, on the 10th inst., JOHN CAULFIELD, ESQ., Lieutenant, H.M. 22nd Regiment of Foot

August 30 1850

WILSON. On the 17th inst., drowned, while bathing in the Blackwater, at Benburb, ROBERT WILSON, ESQ., C.E., Inspector of Drainage under the Board of Works

March 14 1851

MAJOR. March 8, at Derrygortreavy Glebe, county Tyrone, FRANCES REBECCA, daughter of the late ALEXANDER MAJOR, ESQ., of Foyle View, county Derry

May 9 1851

LOWRY (GREER). On the 23rd ult., at the Grange, EMILY, eldest daughter of JOSEPH GREER, ESQ., and relict of the late JAMES LOWRY, ESQ., Rockdale, county Tyrone

February 13 1852

BEATTY. On 25th January, at Benburb, MRS. BEATTY, aged 61 years

July 10 1855

PATTERSON. June 29, at his residence, Charlemont Cottage, Moy, JAMES PATTERSON

March 6 1857

COWAN. At Benburb, on Sunday, the 22nd ult., MR. WILLIAM COWAN, superannuated officer of Excise, aged 78 years

August 26 1853

ANDERSON (SWAN). After a short illness, on the 6th inst., in the 27th year of her age, at Carrowcolman, near Dungannon, the residence of her husband, MR. JOHN ANDERSON, MARIA ANN, second daughter of DR. SWAN, Cottage, Donegal

June 11 1858

COCHRAN. On the 2nd inst., at Grange, Moy, ELIZABETH MARY, wife of MAJOR COCHRAN, late 41st Regiment, in the 45th year of her age

September 10 1858

MAXWELL. On the 5th inst., at his residence, Killyman Street, Moy, county Tyrone, MR. ROBERT MAXWELL, for many years literary superintendent at Templemoyle Seminary [Co. Londonderry]

December 23 1859

TATAM. December 13, at Moy, county Tyrone, FRANCES LOUISA, daughter of the late G. TATAM, ESQ

November 8 1861

RICHARDSON. October 27, at Kew Green, London, after weeks of intense suffering, WILLIAM, youngest son of the late WILLIAM RICHARDSON, ESQ., Moy, county Tyrone, aged 67 years

January 3 1862

McCLINTOCK. December 27, at Moy, John, son of MR. SAMUEL McCLINTOCK, aged 25 years

November 28 1862

GREER. November 22, at Gardiner's Place, Dublin, MAJOR GREER, D.L., J.P., of The Grange, county Tyrone, aged 67 years

February 2 1864

GREEVES. January 28, at his residence, Grange, near Moy, WILLIAM GREEVES, in his 85th year

April 5 1864

CARROLL. March 31, at his residence, Benburb, county Tyrone, MR. RICHARD CARROLL, aged 78 years

August 5 1864

HAMILTON. July 27, at Moy county Tyrone, Mary, third child of the REV. ROBERT HAMILTON, aged 16 years

September 23 1864

TAYLOR. September 13, at Moygashel, Elizabeth, wife of MR. GEORGE TAYLOR, Dungannon, aged 63 years

March 17 1865

TODD. March 12, at Moy, MARY JANE, only daughter of the REV. JOHN TODD, aged 14 years

September 26 1865

SLOANE. September 21, CHARLOTTE, the beloved wife of JAMES SLOANE, ESQ., of Moy

January 5 1866

RICHARDSON. December 31, at Harcourt Street, Dublin, the residence of her son in law, the REV. JAMES RICE, HARRIETTE, widow of the late WILLIAM RICHARDSON, ESQ., Moy, county Tyrone, aged 74 years

March 23 1866

BOND. March 17, at 8 Ely Place, Dublin, WALTER M. BOND, ESQ., of The Argory, Moy, county Tyrone, aged 77 years

October 16 1866

HOLMES. October 11, of pulmonary disease, Jane, daughter of the late MR. NATHANIEL HOLMES, of Moyard, county Tyrone

October 19 1866

HOLMES. October 11, at her residence, Abbey Street, Armagh, JANE, daughter of the late DAVID HOLMES, of Moyard, county Tyrone

January 22 1867

GREER. On the 16th January, at St. Elmo, Southsea, Portsmouth, the residence of her son, COLONEL GREER, C.B., 68th Light Infantry, MARY, widow of the late MAJOR GREER, D.L., J.P., the Grange, county Tyrone, in her 72nd year

February 19 1867

McKENZIE. On the 11th February, at the residence of his father, Drumderg, county Tyrone, John, second son of MR. WILLIAM McKENZIE, aged 24 years

September 3 1867

KIMMITT. August 29, at the residence of her daughter, Moy, county Tyrone, MARGARET KIMMITT, late of Belfast, and mother of the REV. EDWARD KIMMITT, of Loughgall

October 25 1867

GOODLATTE. October 21, at Salem Lodge, Moy, DAVID RICHARDSON GOODLATTE, ESQ., aged 72 years

November 22 1867

ELLIOT. November 16, at Moy, EMILY, eldest daughter of the REV. A. ELLIOT, Primitive Wesleyan Minister, aged 3 years and 10 months

December 17 1867

BEATTY. December 9, at Benburb, county Tyrone, MR. BENJAMIN BEATTY, aged 85 years

January 31 1868

FERGUSON. January 27, at Moy, HARRIET MARIA, daughter of MR. JOSEPH FERGUSON, aged 14 months

October 28 1868

BRENNAN. October 21, at Moy, county Tyrone, MR. JOHN BRENNAN

April 13 1869

GOODWIN. At the residence of her father, Moy, county Tyrone, SARAH, daughter of MR. CHARLES GOODWIN

June 11 1869

HALL. June 6, at Moy, THOMAS JAMES, youngest child of MR. JAMES HALL, aged 6 months

July 23 1869

ROSS. July 16, at Moy, JOSEPH ROSS, ESQ., aged 76 years

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