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Leckpatrick Parish 1831-1899

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Ballylaw Families B/M/D Announcements & Public Notices
Leckpatrick Parish 1831-1899

Submitted by
Len Swindley
Extracted from the Londonderry Journal
Londonderry Standard and Londonderry Sentinel

May 28 1831
BOAK - [Died] At Ballylaw, on the 19th inst., after a short illness, MRS. BOAK, relict of the late MR. JAMES BOAK (Londonderry Sentinel)

August 13 1857
SAMUEL WAUCHOB Late of Kincit [Kinkit], in the County of Tyrone, Farmer, deceasedADMINISTRATION TO THE ESTATE AND EFFECTS of the abovenamed, who died intestate, having been granted by the Consistorial Court of the Diocese of Derry, to MR WILLIAM BOAK, of Ballylaw, in the county of Tyrone, farmer. Notice is hereby given to all persons who have possession of any part of the Effects or Property of deceased, to forthwith deliver up same to Administrator. And all debtors to the said Estate are required to pay over to him the amount of their respective debts, otherwise proceedings at law must be adopted for recovery thereof. Dated this 10th August, 1857. (Londonderry Standard)

March 25 1859
BOAK - [Died] At Ballylaw, Parish of Leckpatrick, on Saturday last, MR. AARON BOAK, after a very short illness (Londonderry Sentinel)

December 8 1859
SMITH - [Died] December 3, at Ballylaw, MR. ROBERT SMITH, aged 86 years. (Londonderry Standard)

February 3 1860
DONAGHEY - [Died] January 28, at Ballylaw, near Strabane, MR. JOHN DONAGHEY (Londonderry Sentinel)

January 2 1862
BOAK - [Died] Dec. 19, at Ballylaw, MISS MARTHA BOAK, daughter of the late MR. JAMES BOAK, of same place. Universally regretted. (Londonderry Standard)

January 1 1862
BOAK - [Died] December 24, at Ballylaw, MR. ROBERT BOAK. (Londonderry Journal)

January 15 1862
DOAK [BOAK] - [Died] January 8, at Ballylaw, near Strabane, MISS REBECCA DOAK [BOAK]. (Londonderry Journal)

October 8 1862
BOAK - [Died] September 23, at Ballylaw, near Strabane, ELIZABETH, daughter of the late MR. JAMES BOAK, aged 66 years. (Londonderry Journal)

March 31 1866
INSOLVENT - Petition to be heard at Omagh, on Monday, the 25th June. - WILLIAM-BOAKE, in the county of Tyrone, farmer. (Londonderry Standard)

March 30 1867
MILLER-BLACK - [Married] March 28, in Leckpatrick Church, by the Rev. C. Maxwell, Rector of the Parish, MOSES MILLER, ESQ., Ballylaw, to MARY JANE BLACK, second daughter of THOMAS BLACK, ESQ., Black Park. (Londonderry Standard)

March 28 1868
ALLEN-MILLAR - [Married] March 26, in the Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick, by the Rev. Joseph Leitch, MR. JAMES ALLEN, Tiveny, to ELIZA JANE, daughter of MR. JAMES MILLAR, Ballylaw. (Londonderry Standard)

February 20 1869
McCREA - [Died] Feb. 17, at Ballylaw, ISABELLA, youngest daughter of MR. ALEX. McCREA, farmer, aged five years. (Londonderry Standard)

March 2 1870
McCREA - [Died] February 28, at Ballylaw, near Dunamanagh, CATHERINE, wife of MR. ALEXANDER McCREA. (Londonderry Standard)

May 17 1871
MILLAR-CALLAGHAN - [Married] May 11, in the Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick, by the Rev. J. Leitch, MR. ROBERT MILLAR, Ballylaw, to ELIZA, daughter of MR. JAMES CALLAGHAN, Carnagribbon, Donemana. (Londonderry Standard)

June 7 1871
STEVENSON-HALL - [Married] June 1, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Bready, by the Rev. C.K. Toland, MR. ROBERT STEVENSON, Ballylaw, to CATHERINE, daughter of MR. ROBERT HALL, Tully. (Londonderry Standard)

June 29 1874
McCLEERY - [Died] June 23, at Ballylaw, JAMES McCLEERY, aged 83 years. (Londonderry Journal)

August 14 1876
CANNING - [Died] August 10, at Ballylaw National School, of whooping cough, ISABELLA, infant daughter of MR. ROBERT CANNING, aged three months. (Londonderry Journal)

August 21 1876
BOND - [Died] August 18, at Ballylaw, ELIZA, wife of WM. BOND, aged 75 years. (Londonderry Journal)

September 15 1876
McCREA - [Died] September 8, at Ballylaw, MR. WALTER McCREA, aged 27 years. (Londonderry Journal)

June 6 1877
BOAK-CALLAGHAN - [Married] May 30, at Donagheady Parish Church, by the Rev. F.J. Clarke, M.A., incumbent of the parish, MR. GEORGE BOAK, Ballylaw, to ELLEN, seventh daughter of MR. JAMES CALLAGHAN, Carnagribbin, Donemanagh. (Londonderry Journal)

April 12 1878
MILLER - [Died] April 5, at Ballylaw, JAMES MILLER, aged 75 years. (Londonderry Journal)

March 12 1884
CANNING - [Died] March 9, at Ballylaw, Strabane, ROBERT HARVEY CANNING, aged 47 years. (Londonderry Journal)

November 25 1885
LORD ERNEST HAMILTON'S CANDIDATURE IN NORTH TYRONE MEETING AT BALLYLAW. On Monday a meeting of LORD ERNEST HAMILTON'S supporters was held at three o'clock in MR. ROBERT STEVENSON'S granary, Ballylaw. REV. MR. STEWART, rector of Leckpatrick, occupied the chair.The Chairman having delivered an address then introduced Lord Ernest Hamilton.Lord Ernest, who was accorded a hearty greeting, in the course of his address touched on many topics, including leasehold tenant right, relief of the purchasers of glebe lands, primary education, and the improvement of the position of the national teachers, and wound up by calling on the loyal electors of all denominations to unite to repel the invasion of Ulster by Mr. Dillon and the Nationalists. REV. MR. MITCHELL, Presbyterian minister, moved a vote of confidence in Lord Ernest Hamilton, which was seconded by MR. DANIEL WILSON, B.A., T.C.D., supported by MR. JOHN ROSS, B.L., and passed unanimously.
Lord Ernest returned thanks, and a vote of thanks to the chairman and to Mr. Stevenson brought the proceedings to a close. (Londonderry Journal)

November 4 1896
AT THE AUTUMN EXAMINATIONS OF THE ROYAL UNIVERSITY, MR. H. CANNING, Ballylaw, obtained the degree of M.A. in Ancient Classics with first of second class honours and third place. As the result of unaided work, Mr. Canning's career has been highly creditable, including as it does entrance exhibition, second class honours, and exhibition at degree, and honour degree at the Master of Arts examination. (Londonderry Journal)

November 16 1898
HUGH MAGUIRE Auctioneer & c., Strabane
Thursday, 17th November - Land for Oats, Flax and Green Cropping, for MR. JOHN MILLER, Ballylaw, at Twelve o'clock. (Londonderry Journal)

March 27 1899
A. P. CAMPBELL, Auctioneer and Valuer Donemana & Castle-street, Strabane THURSDAY, 30th MARCH, 1899 (Donemana Fair) TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at my Monthly Sale, a choice lot of Six Superior SPRINGING HEIFERS and Three Strong STORE CATTLE, for Samuel Hall, Tully. Also Four Well-bred SPRINGERS, for MR. JOHN DONAGHY, Ballylaw. Usual TermsA. P. CAMPBELL, Auctioneer (Londonderry Journal)

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