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BOYLE to GRAHAM Co. Cavan Deaths
As Reported In The Londonderry Sentinel 1829-1869

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BOYLE to GRAHAM Co. Cavan Deaths
As Reported In The Londonderry Sentinel 1829-1869

Original Information Compiled by Bruce Laird, Australia
Extracted by Teena

[? ] is used where there are two or more places with the same name and it is not clear which county the address belongs to.
Key - ult. last month - inst. this month - spellings as printed.


11 Jun. 42

On Thursday morning, 2nd June, Jane wife of Mr. Robert Boyle of Ballyconnell county Cavan lamented by all who knew her.

BRUCE Samuel

29 Jan. 48

On the 13th inst. at Barleyhill, after a short illness, Samuel second son of Mr. William Bruce of Dunglady. (?)

CARSON Mary Jane

06 Nov. 63

November 1, at the Manse, Cavan, after a lingering illness, Mary Jane, the beloved wife of the Rev. James Carson, Presbyterian Minister, aged 30.


26 Sep. 46

On the 17th inst., at an advanced age, at Upper Dorset Street, Dublin, Mary, relict of the late Thomas Cheevers Esq. of the county of Derry and fourth daughter of the late Simon Davenport Esq. of Cullentragh, county of Cavan.


20 Jun. 40

June 16, at Kilmore, the Rev. Edward Chichester, many years Rector of that parish and son of the late Rev. Dr. Chichester of Dreaden in this County.

CLARKE Ralph Bell

09 Jan. 30

On the 24th ult., at his residence, Drumheel, in the 36th year of his age, Ralph Bell Clarke, Esq. This lamented gentleman was member of the Grand Orange Lodge of the county Cavan and for many years an active intelligent, and honest magistrate.


3 May 50

April 27, at Ashfield Lodge, county Cavan, Louise relict of the late Henry George Clements Esq. M.P. and daughter of the late James Stewart Esq. of Killymoon, county Tyrone, aged 71


10 Sep. 42

At Callowhill, county Cavan, on Monday week, William Cockburn Esq. M.D. aged 27 yrs youngest son of the late Abner Cockburn, Esq., of Ballintra. His remains were interred in the family burying ground, Drumholm, county Donegal, on Wednesday last.

COOKE Daniel Rev.

21 Aug. 47

On Thursday morning week, very suddenly, the Rev. Daniel Cooke, Baptist Minister of Doogary aged 78 years.

COOTE Thomas

20 Feb. 36

Feb. 12, at Coote Hill, county of Cavan, Thomas Coote Esq. late Major of the Monaghan Militia.

COOTE Eyre Lady

24 Jul. 47

On the 6th inst., at Vichy, Lady Coote, widow of General Sir Eyre Coote G.C.B.

COOTE Richard

13 Feb. 52

February 1, at his residence, Bellamont Forrest, Cootehill, Richard Coote Esq. aged 49 years eldest son of the late Charles Coote, Esq., and grandson of the late Lord Bellamont

COSBY Charles

02 May 65

April 25, at Coothill, Charles Cosby Esq. aged 85 years.


09 Mar. 66

February 27 at Castlecavan, Ann the beloved wife of James Crammond Esq. aged 43 years.


03 Aug. 66

July 28 Mary wife of Mr. James Crammond of Castlecavan, Stranorlar, aged 25 years.

CUROE Richard Rev.

17 Aug. 44

On the 31st ult. at the advanced age of 102 years the Very Rev. Richard Curoe P.P. of Kilmore.

DENHAM Joseph Rev.

01 Nov. 34

On the 22nd ult., at Killishandra, the Rev. Joseph Denham, pastor of the Presbyterian Congregation of that place, and brother of James Denham Esq. J.P. of Fairwood Park, in the county Cavan.

DENHAM Joseph Mrs.

15 Feb. 50

On the 8th inst. at her residence, Queen Street Derry, Mrs. Denham relict of the Rev. Joseph Denham, late of Killeshandra.


21 Dec. 55

On the 17th inst. at the residence of her father, Margaret only daughter of P. Donnelly merchant, Belturbet, aged 22 years (?)


25 May 60

May 20, at Rostrevor, of consumption, aged 21 years, James, fourth son of James Elliott, Esq. of Lonsdale Street, Belfast, and formerly of Annalee House, county Cavan.


27 Mar. 41

At his residence on Saturday the 20th inst., of apoplexy, William Erskine Esq. of Cavan. He was for many years treasurer of the County.


28 Feb. 46

On the 14th inst. of scarletina, at the early age of 14, Rebecca Young Singleton, second daughter of Robert Forrester, of Cloverhill, Esq.


22 Aug. 46

On the 12th inst. of typhus fever, after a few days illness, in his 8th year, Anthony, eldest son of Robert Forrester of Clover Hill, Esq. This the second child to die within the last 6 months.

FORRESTER George Church

04 Mar. 59

On the 27th ult. of scarlatina, deeply lamented, George Church, eldest surviving son of the late Robert Forrester of Clover Hill, Esq., aged 25.

FORRESTER Catherine Jane

25 Oct. 64

October 13 at Cloverhill, Maghera, Miss Catherine Jane Forrester, only surviving sister of the late Robert Forrester, Esq., J.P., of Cloverhill.


14 Apr. 68

At the family residence Clover Hill, Maghera, Catherine second daughter of the late Robert Forrester, Esq., J.P.


12 Apr. 50

On the 31st, ult., of disease of the heart, Robert Forrester, Esq., late proprietor of Cloverhill. This deeply lamented husband and father of six surviving children, was bereaved of two promising children. Mr. Forrester's maternal relations are of the highest families in the counties of Donegal and Tyrone. At Malross, on the River Tweed, or Muris, the Rev. Alexander Forrester possessed an estate of £3000 a year. At the time of the persecution of the clergy in Scotland, by the Covenanters, he had to flee from his family estate, being a Clergyman of the Church of England, he came to Ireland and served as Curate in the Cathedral Church of St. Columbs, in Londonderry, from the Scottish rebellion, until after the siege of Derry in 1688, when he was appointed Rector of Aughydoey. He married in Coleraine, Mary, daughter of Alderman Arthur Church. His son was William Forrester, Alderman of the Corporation of Coleraine, and his son Arthur, a Burgess. Robert Forrester, his second son, was grandfather of the late Robert Forrester and purchaser of Gloverhill, the present family residence.

FOX Francis Rev.

06 Sep. 34

We are extremely sorry to announce the death of the Rev. Francis Fox, Rector of the Parish of Castleterra, county Cavan, and nephew of the late Earl of Farnham, on Monday last of apoplexy. It is a remarkable coincidence, that Mr. Fox is the third beneficed clergyman in th diocese of Kilmore who has died of apoplexy since February.

FOY John

19 Aug. 64

August 12 at Cootehill, Mr. John Foy aged 72 years.


27 Nov. 47

At her residence Drumlogher, on Thursday the 25th inst., Mary relict of the late Mr. John Glen, at the advanced of 83 years.

GLEN Rachel

16 Feb. 69

Feb 10 at her father's residence, Drumlougher, Rachel fourth daughter of Mr. Alexander Glen.


22 Oct.58

On the 30th ult. at her residence, Ballyjamesduff, Susan the wife of the Rev. W. Graham Primitive Wesleyan Minister, formerly of this City.

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