This little girl is the only one of my ancestors, back to 1800, not born in south Ulster.

It brings to mind another little girl, her great-grandmother, who was born in India about 1794 and married 11 years later.

Picture of Elsie Henry
Family Genealogy By Peter Morell McWilliam

 


Church Records

Drumcoo Cemetry, 3 Oaks Rd, Dungannon

E222:
SAMUEL CLUGSTON, Age: 65, Date of Death: 01/10/1914
JOHN CLUGSTON, HIS SON, Age: 31, Date of Death: 21/04/1912
WILLIAM (BILLY) KENNEDY, HIS GRANDSON (SON OF W.K. CLUGSTON), ACCIDENTALLY KILLED, Age: 7, Date of Death: 29/09/1913
JOHN KENNEDY, HIS GRANDSON (SON OF W.K. CLUGSTON), Age: 7 MONTHS, Date of Death: 27/03/1915
MARY CLUGSTON, HIS DAUGHTER, Date of Death: 18/07/1926
MARGARET CLUGSTON, HIS WIFE, Date of Death: 29/03/1928

C16:
SAMUEL KENNEDY CLUGSTON, ONLY SON OF JAMES AND MAUDE CLUGSTON, Age: 12, Date of Death: 19/12/1926
MARY AMELIA CLUGSTON, THEIR YOUNGER DAUGHTER, Age: 20, Date of Death: 13/05/1941, Townland: CIRCULAR ROAD
MAUDE CLUGSTON, WIFE OF JAMES CLUGSTON, Age: 63, Date of Death: 29/01/1950, Townland: CIRCULAR ROAD
JAMES CLUGSTON, Date of Death: 13/12/1971

C9:
WILLIAM KENNEDY CLUGSTON, Age: 78, Date of Death: 08/01/1955, Townland: 75 KNOCKVALE PARK BELFAST
ALICE MAUD CLUGSTON, Date of Death: 29/01/1928
ELIZABETH CLUGSTON, Date of Death: 09/12/1969

E228:
SARAH ELIZABETH BELL, Age: 45, Date of Death: 30/08/1911
ALEXANDER BELL, Age: 79, Date of Death: 13/02/1936, Townland: 32 CLIFTON ROAD, BANGOR
MARGARET BELL, Age: 84, Date of Death: 06/01/1963, Townland: 32 CLIFTON ROAD BANGOR

A186:
AMELIA CHARLES, Age: 78, Date of Death: 13/08/1937, Townland: SCOTCH ST. DUNGANNON.
THOMAS HENRY CHARLES, Age: 84, Date of Death: 07/08/1942, Townland: INGLESIDE, CIRCULAR ROAD
BABY CHARLES, CHILD OF WILLIAM HERBERT CHARLES, Age: STILL BORN, Date of Death: 26/02/1933

Location unknown:
HILDA AGNES CHARLES, Age: 29, Date of Death: 26/02/1933

C4:
BERTIE CHARLES, Age: 84, Date of Death: 18/09/1978

LU:
FREDERICK HENRY CHARLES, Age: 55, Date of Death: 26/05/1954, Townland: FELTHAM, MIDDLESEX

A114:
EDITH CHARLES, Age: 62, Date of Death: 01/10/1951, Townland: INGLESIDE DUNGANNON

A119:
THOMAS CHARLES, WHO DIED AT DUNGANNON, Age: 61, Date of Death: 20/05/1891
SARAH CHARLES, WIFE OF THOMAS CHARLES, Age: 78, Date of Death: 21/11/1905

E16:
CHARLES LUCAS MORELL, REVD., D.D., Age: 75, Date of Death: **/01/1896
ANNIE MORELL, WIFE OF REVD. C.L. MORELL, Age: 90, Date of Death: **/**/1919
LOUIS MORELL, Age: 2, Date of Death: **/07/1867
JANE B. MORELL, Age: 27, Date of Death: **/10/1877
DAVID ERNEST MORELL, REVD. DIED AT CHICAGO, Age: 38, Date of Death: **/01/1910
FRANCES MARIA JACKSON, Age: 64, Date of Death: **/07/1915
HENRY BROWN MORELL, Age: 75, Date of Death: 21/03/1934, Townland: ARDNACREE WICKLOW

B207:
SAMUEL EDGAR MCMANUS, Age: 63, Date of Death: **/**/1939
CAROLINE MARGARET MCMANUS(NEE KENNEDY), HIS WIFE, Age: 82, Date of Death: **/**/1965
RANDALL EDGAR MCMANUS, THEIR SON, Age: 44, Date of Death: 25/09/1964, Townland: 16 CIRCULAR ROAD

 

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Marriages

Registrar's District of Dundalk
Marriage solemnized at Dundalk in Co Louth in Dundalk Meeting House byy James Beatty on 7th April 1846 between
Edward Patteson of full age, Presbyterian Minister of Boggar in Scotland, father, Mathew Patteson, gent &
Anne Dickie of full age, of [Inistownbalryan], father, Jas Dickie, dec'd, gent
Wit: Sam Dickie & Rafiel Patteson

Marriage solemnized at Newry on 9th June, 1846 between Henry Henderson, full age, bachelor, clergyman, Hollywood, father, James Henderson, merchant and Sarah Jane Russell, of full age, spinster, gentlewoman, Newry, father, John Russell, merchant
Married by Alexander Henderson
Wit: Hugh Rea & James Henderson

Marriage solemnized at Maguiresbridge in the Parish of Aughalurcher in the Co of Fermanagh on October 27th, 1846 between
Joseph Henry Weir, 25, bachelor, Lieut R (----), Brookboro, father Joseph Weir, gentleman to
Eliza McWilliams, 20, Spinster, Ardmore, father, James McWilliams, Presbyterian minister
Married by Thomas McWilliams, by licence
Wit: James McWilliams & William McWilliams

NB This is the only paper pointer that James & Thomas were brothers

Registrar's District of Newry
Marriage solemnized at Newry in Co Down in Sandys St Presbyterian Church by John Moran on 25 April 1849 between
Joseph Dickie of full age, batchelor, Attorney at law of Dundalk, father, Robert Dickie, Esq &
Kate Wallace, 20, spinster of Newry, father Robert Wallace, Attorney at law
Wit: William McMaster & Wm Charleton

Registrar's District of Dundalk
Marriage solemnized at Dundalk in Co Louth in Dundalk Meeting House by James Beatty on 23rd May 1850 between
Joseph Donaldson of full age, batchelor, Presbyterian Minister, Town of Foxford, Parish of Toomore, Co Mayo, father, Alexander Donaldson, farmer &
Mary Dickie of full age, spinster, Annaghavackey, Creggan Parish, Co Louth, father, Robert Dickie, farmer
Wit: Thomas M Blackley & Joseph Dickie

Registrar's District of Dundalk
Marriage solemnized at Dundalk in Co Louth in Dundalk Meeting House by James Beatty on 3rd October 1850 between
William McMaster of full age, batchelor, Ship Agent, Dundalk, father, John McMaster, farmer &
Eliza Ann Dickie of full age, spinster, Annaghavackey, Creggan Parish, Co Louth, father, Robert Dickie, farmer
Wit: Allen Nicholl & Samuel Dickie

James Rogers of full age, farmer, Drumhorig, father, Thomas Rogers, farmer, married Mary Jane Mullen of full age, Drumkee, father John Mullen, farmer in Killyman Parish church on 5th Jan, 1855. Both signed with their mark.
Wit: George Cardwell & Alfred Hickie

Marriage solemnized at Rostrevor, Kilbroney Parish, Co Down in Rostrevor Presbyterian Church by John Moran on 6th March 1863 between
Alexander Dickie of full age, farmer of Roachdale, Dundalk, father, Robert Dickie, farmer &
Anna Maria McCulla of full age, spinster of Newry, father, William McCulla, Merchant
Wit: Sam'l Bradford & Mary McBlain

Registrar's District of Dungannon
Marriage solemnized at Coalisland in the District of Brackaville in the Co of Tyrone on Feb 10th 1865 between
Robert Rogers of full age, Bachelor, Farmer, Drumhorrick, Parish of Killyman, father, Thomas Rogers, farmer &
Jane Cardwell, full age, Spinster, Ballinakelly, Parish of Brackaville, father, Robert Cardwell, farmer
Married in Coalisland Church by Licence by NGM Young
Wit: Thomas Johnston & William Frizzell

John Mullen of full age, Labourers, Drumkee, Killyman, father, John Mullen, farmer, married Mary Elizabeth Lowry of full age, Dungannon, father, John Lowry, merchant in Drumglass Church of Ireland, Dungannon on 12 Nov 1867. Witnesses John Lowry & Alexander Lindsay (Accessed via Irish Family History Foundation)

William Clugston, accountant, Belfast (father, John Clugston, farmer) married Lizzie Kennedy of Banbridge (father, William Kennedy, farmer) on 21st May 1868 in Tullylish Presbyterian Church. Witnesses - John Anderson and Maggie Kennedy

Marriage solmnized at Newmills in the parish of Tullyniskin, Co Tyrone on 21st December, 1871
James Watters of full age, bachelor, farmer, Lack, Ballyclog, father, Robert Watters, Farmer married
Rebecca Junk, Minor, spinster, Curglasson, Ballyclog, father, David Junk, Farmer
in the Meeting House by licence by James Foster
Witnesses: Thomas Elder & Annie E Junk

Samuel Clugston, Accountant of Dungannon (father, John Clugston, farmer) married Maggie Kennedy of Lenaderg, Tullylish parish (father, William Kennedy, farmer) in Tullylish Presbyterian Church on 6th March, 1874 (by John Morison) - Witnesses - James Anderson & Maggie Sands

Registrar's District of Dundalk
Marriage solemnized under the authority of a special licence granted by the Rev. Wm Magill Moderator of the Gen. Assembly of the Presbyterian Church Ireland at Fairhill in the town of Dundalk in Registrars District of Dundalk on 21st Apr. 1875 between
James Henry of full age, bachelor, solicitor, Cavan, Co. Cavan - father Richard Henry - physician and
Kate McCulla of full age, spinster of Fair Hill, Dundalk - father William McCulla - merchant
Married at Fair Hill Dundalk, Co. Louth according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Presbyterian church by me, Joseph Donaldson, AM
in the presence of AD Henry and Wm. McCulla.
[The William McCulla mentioned was probably brother of the bride; her father died in 1867 & AD Henry might have been Alexander Donaldson.]
[Fair Hill was the home of Joseph & Kate Dickie]

August 3rd, 1885; Thomas Henry Charles, of full age, merchant, Dungannon (father, Henry Charles, medical doctor) married Amelia Rogers, Warrenpoint (father, James Rogers, coachman) in the parish church at Warrenpoint by Thomas B Naylor; witnessed by John Haydock and Jane Mullen

James Clugston, Clerk, Dungannon (father, Samuel, Book keeper)) married Maude Charles, 8 Glandre Av., Belfast (father, Thomas H, Merchant) at Fortwilliam Park Presbyterian Church, Parish of Shankill, Co Antrim on 1st July, 1913.
Witnesses: Joseph Brown & Anna Charles

Births

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William Mullan, born 4 Dec 1882, baptised 14 Jan 1873, Perry Street, Dungannon, father John Mullan, grocer, mother, Mary Elizabeth Lowry (Acessed via Irish Family History Foundation)

21st Mar 1881 at 9 Hardwicke Place - Elizabeth dau. of James Henry (solicitor) & Kate Henry, formerly McCulla - Registry of B, M, D

22nd August, 1882, James, son of Samuel Clugston, Book-keeper, Dungannon & Margaret Clugston, formerly Kennedy

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Certified copy of entry in the Baptismal Register
Kathleen Isobel Morell father James Harris Morell mother Frances Helen Hopkins born Umgola born 25th March 1886 bapt 9th May 1886 bapt by Charles L Morell DD
Certified extract from the Baptismal Register of the Congregation of The Mall Presbyterian Church Armagh 13th February 1954

5th Aug. 1886, Sarah Maude Charles Scotch Street, Dungannon to Thomas Henry Charles, merchant, Dungannon and Amelia Charles, formerly Rogers

Deaths

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Cootehill, Dawson’s Grove
Nov 6th, 1865, Cumry (Ballybay) Hessie Morell, female, married, 47 years, Clergyman’s wife, Ulceration of the Bowel, 2 ½ years, certified, John H Morell, Cumry, present at death

Death Cert:
Thomas Lucas, Agherlane, Par Ballybay
Buried 17/01/1868; issued 1/7/1904
Certified by Rector from Burial Register

Death registered in the District of Banbridge
5/02//1869 at Edenderry (Seapatrick) Rachel Kennedy, married, 64 years, Farmer's wife, Diseased heart, repeorted by William Kennedy, Edenderry on 13/02/1869

Deaths registered in the District of Crossmaglen in the Union of Castleblayney
31st Mar 1869, Urker Charles McWilliam, male, bachelor, age 26, Surgeon, Physician, Phthisis (---) haemorrhage (-----) certified, Thomas J McWilliam, present at death

Deaths registered in the District of Donnybrook in the Union of Dublin South
2nd May 1870 58 Park Avenue Thomas Reilly Widower 81 years late Master in Chancery Hamaturia 7 days certified JP O'Reilly present at death, 58 Park Avenue Reg 15th June 1870

Deaths registered in the District of Tullow in the Union of Carlow
13th Dec 1870, Newstown, Parish of Ardoyne, Russell McWilliam, male, Bachelor, Clergyman of the Church of England & Ireland, Phtiisis, 2 years, certified, Ellen Tomkins, present at death, Ardoyne Glebe

District of Fivemiletown in the Union of Clogher
Died, 18th January, 1871, Fivemiletown, Clogher, Moore McWilliams, Surgeon, aged 67 years, Married, Peritonitis, 3 months, certified, David Grier, in attendance during last illness

24th Sept 1873, Cookstown, Henry Richard Charles, male, married, 65 years, MD L C S Ed (----) of heart, 2 years, certified, William (his mark) Stuart, occupier, Cookstown

Superintendent Registrar's District Dungannon, Registrar's District Coalisland
16th May 1874 Drumkee, John Mullan, male, widower, 76 years, farmer, pneumonia 4 days, uncertified, no medical attendant, informant, John Allan (his x mark) Present at death, reg second June 1874

Mar 15th 1875, Anne Park Morell, female, Spinster, 32 years, Presbyterian Clergyman’s daughter, Meningitis, 10 days, certified, John H Morell, occupier, Cumry

Death registered in the district of Banbridge, Co Down
20/10/1876 at Lenaderg, William Kennedy, Widower, aged 71 years, Farmer, Embolism of cerebral artery, Reported by James Kennedy of Edenderry on 24/11/1876

Superintendent Registrar's District Dungannon, Registrar's District Coalisland
28th February 1878, Thomas Rogers, Drumhorrick, male, widower, 88 years, old age, uncertified, no med attendant, Robert Rogers, Present at death, Drumhorrick, registered 1st March 1878

18th Dec 1887, Hessie M McWilliam, female, married, 32 years, Solicitor’s wife, Phthisis, 18 months certified, JC Hall MB, Swan Park, Present at death

April 9th , 1889 Cumry, Fanny Morell, female, spinster, 44 years, Lady, Phthisis Pulmonalis, 2 years, certified, James Morell, brother, present at death, Cumry

Deaths registered in the District of Monaghan
26th April 1889 The Hill Monaghan John Reilly married 66 years solicitor Paralysis eighteen months certified Georgina Reilly widow of deceased Reg 18th May 1889

Death registered in the District of Stewartstown in the Union of Cookstown, Co Tyrone on 22th March 1890
Robert Watters, Killycolpy, male, married, 75 years, landed proprietor & farmer, Double Pneumonia, 22 days certified, James Watters, son of deceased, present at death, 11th March, 1890 - Hugh Harris, Registrar

Deaths registered in the District of Monaghan
13th Jan 1904 Market St Monaghan Charles D MacAleese Married 43 years Newspaper Editor Phthisis One year and ssix months certified E Macaleese wife present at death Market St Monaghan Reg 23rd March 1904

5th July 1911. Scotch Street, Dungannon, James Rogers, male, Widower, 73 years (sic) Coachman, Cystitis 14 days, heart failure, certified, Thomas h Charles, son-in-law, Present at death

South Dublin Union
20th March, 1912, ---- Hospital, Kate Henry, 19 Mountjoy Sq, Female, Married, 64 years, Lady, (-------) Intestinal obstruction after operation, 5 days, certified

29th Sept, 1913, William Kennedy Clugston, male, Bachelor, 7 years, school boy, Killed by being run over by spring cart, Instantaneous, negligent driving, information received from John Malone coroner for Co Tyrone, Inquest held 29th Sept 1913

1st Oct 1914 Ranfurly Terrace, Dungannon, Samuel Clugston, male, married, 65, book-keeper, Carcinoma stomach, heart failure, certified, William K Clugston, son, present at death

Samuel Clugston, aged 12 years died 19th September, 1926 of Pneumococcal Meningitis. Reported by James Clugston, father, of Circular Road Dungannon - present at death

13th August 1937, Amelia Charles 78, Housekeeper, of Hemeplegia, Scotch St, Dungannon, by Fredrick H Charles, son, present at death

7 Aug 1942 Thomas Henry Charles, widower, 84 years, Coronary Thrombosis, reported by Maude Clugston, daughter, present at death

Church Records

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Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

Tullylish Presbyterian Church Records

Tullylish MIC/1P/385

No record of the marriage of Wm & Rachel Kennedy
May 31 1835 James Wm & Rachel Kennedy Lenaderg
1838 Hugh Wm and Rachael Kennedy Lenaderg
1841 June 6 Eliza Wm. and Rachael Kennedy Lenaderg
1843 Margt Wm. and Rachael Kennedy Lenaderg - Possibly died 1844.
1846 Sept 23 Margt Wm. and Rachael Kennedy Lenaderg

John & Margaret Clugston of Lisnafiffy (see gravestone inscriptions)
No record of marriage of John & Margaret Clugston or the birth of William
1847 Robt John & Margt. Clugston Lisnafiffy
1850 Apr 27th Samuel John & Margt. Clugston Lisnafiffy
1852 Jane John & Margt. Clugston Lisnafiffy
1854 Oct 30 John John & Margt. Clugston Lisnafiffy
1856 July 16 James John & Margaret Clugston Lisnafiffy

Marriage solemnized at Tullylish Presbyterian Church on April 13th, 1848 by John Johnston between Robert Clugston, farmer of Drumhorc - father, Robert Clugston, farmer and Anne Mills of Kernan - father John Mills, farmer.
Robert & Anne Clugston of Drumhorc (see gravestone inscriptions)
1849 Jan 29 Mary dau of Robert & Anne Clugston
1850 Aug 16 Samuel son of Robert & Anne Clugston Drumhorc
1852 James son of Robert & Anne Clugston Drumhorc
1854 Robert son of Robert & Anne Clugston Drumhorc

Baptisms from 1821 on

June 19 1821 Wm Moore John & Eliza Anderson, Edenderry?
Dec 2 1821 Eliza Aaron & Jane Clugston, Ballykeel
Mar 23 1823 Margt John & Eliza Anderson, Banbridge
Dec 12 1824 Robt Robt & Jane Kennedy Drumnascamp
May 23 1825 Eliza Wm & Martha Orr Lenaderg
Aug 12 1827 James John & Eliza Orr ???
Feb 15 1829 ???? John & Jane Kennedy (Anaghanan)
1830 Wm Robt and Jane Kennedy Lenaderg
Jan 24 1830 Mary Moses and Rebecca Clugston, Lisnafiffy
Mar 13 1831 Margt Moses and Rebecca Clugston, Lisnafiffy
Mar 21 1831 Wm Wm & Martha Orr Lenaderg
Feb 12 1832 James John & Jane Kennedy ????
NB Marriage of Kennedy Clugston & Sarah Waters 1834 (see see Banbridge Non Subscribing Presbyterian Church)
Mar 15 1835 Mary Kennedy & Sarah Clugston Edenderry
May 17 1835 Jane John & Jane Kennedy Kernan
Oct 9 1836 Thomas Kennedy & Sarah Clugston Edenderry
1836 Eliza John and Jane Kennedy
Jun 4 1840 Mary John & Jane Kennedy Anaghanan
June 20 1841 Margt James & Jane Kennedy Durmnascamph
1841 Margt John and Jane Kennedy
1842 Charles John and Jane Kennedy
Dec 5 1843 Rachael Saml & ???? Bodel Drumhork
Dec 6 1843 Chas John & Mary Anne Orr Lisnafiffy
Dec 7 1845 James Thomas & Mary Anderson Lisnafiffy
1846 Wm John and Jane Kennedy
May 24 1846 David? John & Mary Kennedy Drumnascamph
1850 Eliz John and Mary Kennedy
1852 George John and Mary Kennedy Lenaderg
1854 Oct 30th James Robert and Mary Kennedy Lenaderg

Marriages from 1821 on
NB some certified by John Orr, Presbyterian elder

June 2 1828 Moses Clugston, Lisnafiffy m Rebecca Donaldson Knocknagon
Aug 5 1829 Joseph Kerr & Jane Kennedy, Lenaderg
Oct 17 1834 (John) Anderson m Mary (Jane) Clugston Kilpike
Wit: John Clugston & Wm Clugston
Dec 16 1834 Jas Bright & Martha Kennedy, Lenaderg
Wit: John Kennedy & John Chambers
Mar 11 1835 Thos Anderson ? & Mary Clugston, Drumhorc
Wit: John Orr & Wm Anderson
*** [If the 1821 census extract is right then this might be a sister of my ancestor, John. Certainly witnesses to the marriage of William & Samuel were John & James Anderson. Were they in fact cousins to the grooms on their fathers side?]

1841 Moses Clugston Lisnafiffy m. Mary Doran

Marriage solemnized at Tullylish Presbyterian Church on April 13th, 1848 by John Johnston between Robert Clugston, farmer of Drumhorc - father, Robert Clugston, farmer and Anne Mills of Kernan - father John Mills, farmer.

Marriage at the Registrar's Office at Banbridge 28th Dec 1854 between
William Clugston, weaver of Ballintagart - father John Clugston, schoolmaster and
Agnes Graham, widow of Ballintagart - father James Graham, farmer.

Samuel Clugston, Accountant of Dungannon (father, John Clugston, farmer) married Maggie Kennedy of Lenaderg, Tullylish parish (father, William Kennedy, farmer) in Tullylish Presbyterian Church on 6th March, 1874 (by John Morison) - Witnesses - James Anderson & Maggie Sands

William Clugston, accountant, Belfast (father, John Clugston, farmer) married Lizzie Kennedy of Banbridge (father, William Kennedy, farmer) on 21st May 1868 in Tullylish Presbyterian Church. Witnesses - John Anderson and Maggie Kennedy

Additional baptisms

May 14, 1880, Lisnaffify, John & Rachel (Bothwell) Clugston - Marg.
Feb 7, 1884Drumnascamp, John & Rachel (Bothwell) Clugston - Anna
March 28, 1886, Lisnafiffy, John & Rachel (Bothwell) Clugston - James
Aug 22, 1888, Seapatrick, Edmund & Isabella Jane (Armstrong) Clugston Jean
Sept 8, 1888, Lenadark, John & Rachel (Bothwell) Clugston - Mary
Sept 18, 1893, Lisnafiffy, Robert & Eliza (Dodds) Clugston - Marg.
June 27, 1895, Lisnafiffy, John & Rachel (Bothwell) - John
Oct 23, 1899, Seapatrick, Edmund & Isabella Jane (Armstrong) Clugston – Rachel
July 30, 1897, Lisnafiffy, Robert & Eliza (Dodds) Clugston - John
Oct 5, 1911, Laurencetown, James & Annie (McGuiness) Clugston, Winnifred
May 26, 1913, Lenaderg, Edmund & Jean (Clugston) Lindsay - Edmund
July 2, 1914, Lenaderg, Edmund & Jean (Clugston) Lindsay - Irene
Feb 21, 1916, Laurencetown, James & Annie (McGuiness) Clugston - Mabel
Feb 8, 1916, Lenaderg, Edmund & Jean (Clugston) Lindsay - Isabel
Jan 28, 1917, Lenaderg, Edmund & Jean (Clugston) Lindsay - Fred
Jan 2, 1920, Drumnascamp, John & Rachel (Clugston) – Gladys
March 20, 1920, Lenaderg, Edmund & Jean (Clugston) Lindsay - Helen, Elizabeth & Louisa (Triplets)
Apr 12, 1921, Drumnascamp, John & Rachel (Clugston) Lindsay - Samuel
July 10, 1922, Laurencetown, John & Rachel (Clugston) Lindsay – Alfred
Jan 24, 1924, Drumnascamp, John & Rachel (Clugston) Lindsay – John
Lisnafiffy, Edmund & Sarah Jane - (Crothers) Clugston - Sarah

Graveyard Inscriptions: Tullylish Presbyterian Church

(White Limestone)
In memory of John Clugston of Lisnafiffy, died Nov 14 1878, aged 69 years. Also his wife Margaret, died June 2nd 1879 aged 64 years. And of their son James, d. July 26th 1881 aged 25 years. And of their son Robert. died feby. 14 1910 aged 63 years. And of their son John, died Aug 13 1921 aged 66 years. Also his wife Rachel d. July 13 1937 aged 80 years. Also Anne, dau of above John and Rachel, d. Dec 12 1941. Also Eliz. Clugston, wife of Robert Clugston, d. Jan 16 1947 aged 86 years. Also John, son of above Robert, died Apr 16 1967 aged 69 years.

Robert Clugston (1817-1882) & Anne (1819-1909)
Samuel Clugston (1850-1881)
James Clugston (1852-1919)
Mary Jane Clugston (1856-1943)

Banbridge Non-subscribing Presbyterian Church (T2995/1)


Also Bapt 1756-1794 & Mar 1756-1794

Marriages
22 Mar 1816 John Bodel m Mary Clugston
Wit: Henry Herron & Hugh Hopkins
28 July 1831 James Anderson m Eliza McConnely
Pres; James Shaw & Wm Craig
4 May 1833 Wm Hendren Magherally m Elizh McWilliams Ballymong
Pres: Wm McWilliam & Mrs McCassidtory
12 Dec 1833 Wm Bodel & Eliza McDowel
Pres; Hugh Hopkins & Andw Arnold
6 Mar 1834 Kenedy Clugston m Sarah Waters
Pres: John Ardle & Douglas Clifford
14 Mar 1835 John Clugston to Betty Anne Smyth both of Seapatrick
Pres: Eliz Shaw & Hugh Shaw
11 Nov 1835 Andw Pitson to Eliza Kennedy
15 Feb 1841 Wm Clugston to Jane Geary both Seapatrick
Pres: David Clugston & Eliza Geary

1st Non Subscribing Presbyterian Baptisms 1811 – 1901

23:10:1815 Margaret John Anderson & Jane McMunn Kilpike
02:01:1816 Joseph Anderson John Anderson & Agnes Bodel Ballyvalley
12:01:1817 James John Anderson & Sarah Meek Lisnafiffy

1st Dungannon Presbyterian Church (MIC1P/3A)

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Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

Births 1790 on

1790 John son of Hugh Clements, Stangmore
June 1794 Wm son of David Dickson, Dungannon
Oct 18 1802 Margt dau of David Dickson, Dungannon

Marriages by Rev David Bennett 1806 on
1807 14 Aug Thomas Barclay & Sarah Anne Mullen, Dungannon
1807 12 Sept James Cherry & Elizabeth Mullen, Dungannon
1808 8 Jan Joseph Anderson & Fanny Dawson, Dungannon
1808 22 July Thos Macnamara & Eleanor Haddocks? Dungannon
1811 27 Apr Edwd Overend, Royal Artillery, Drumglass & Mary Haddock, Dungannon
1813 2 Apr Wm Brown Deraskey, Donaghmore & Mary Macgennis Kenaghan, Loughgall
1815 26 Sept James Beatty, Cabragh, Killeeshal to Mary Brown, Ballymagullogh, Donaghmore
1815 6 Oct Jacob Haddock, Dungannon, Drumglass to Alicia Jenkinson, Lisdermont, Clonfeacle
1816 2 Apr Geo Hunter, Drumkee, Killyman to Sarah Dawson Bovain, Killyman
1818 18 Mar James Mullan Donnydaid, Clonfeacle to Mar Holland Killymaddy Donaghmore
1822 30 July Joseph Macwilliams Clonfeacle to Mary King Clonfeacle
1823 3 May James Dickson Drumglass, to Rebecca Fernon, Clonfeacle, wit: David Dickson, Felix Fernon
1823 12 Sept Wm Frizzell, Killyman to Mary Rogers Killyman Wit: James Frizzell, John Cumberland
1835 24 Nov Isaac Haddock, father, John Haddock, Killyman to Jane Dilworth, father, Benj Dilworth, Killyman Wit: Wm Swinerton & Jacob Haddock
1836 12 Apr James Harvey, father Robt Harvey, Drumglass to Sarah Haddock, father, John Haddock, Clonfeacle Wit: ---- & John Haddock
1845 24 Jan Wm Hunter, Killyman, Presbyt to Sarah Haddock, Quakeress Wit: Jacob Haddock & Thos Hunter

Bapt by Rev David Burnett from 1806
1806 Apr 5 James Jackson Dickson to David Dickson & Susanna Harrington, Dung', Drumg'
1806 Aug 13 Wm Dickson, Benj Dickson & Isabella Webb
1813 July 30 John Howard to Wm Howard & Jane Gates, Ballymengle, Tullyniskan
1816 July 8 Thos Haddock to Jacob Haddock & Alicia Jenkinson
1817 21 Mar Geo Hunter to Geo Hunter & Alicia Jenkinson
1818 July 28 Thos Mullen & Elizh Mullen to John Mullen & Mary Anne McWilliams (see Carnteel; McWilliams of Tully)
1818 31 July James Dickson to David Dickson & Mary Mullen
1818 July 18 James Haddock to Jacob Haddock & Alicia Jenkinson, Stangmore, Clonfeacle
1819 17 June Abraham Dawson Hunter to Geo Hunter & Sarah Dawson
1823 20 May/12 Aug Eliza Jane Macwilliams to Joseph Macwilliams & Mary King, Mullybannon, Clonfeacle
1837 25 Apr Robt Harvey to James Harvey & Sarah Haddock of Dungannon
1839 15/17 Mar Mary Jane Harvey to James harvey & Sarah Haddock of Dungannon

Baptisms celebrated by Revd Chas L Morell, ord Sept 17 1844
1848/9 Mar14/May 1 Jane Morell of Chas L Morell & Annie Brown
1850 July 25/Nov 9 Fanny Morell of Chas L Morell & Annie Brown
1852/5 Dec 3/ May 9 Thos Haydock of James Haydock & Susan Hazelton
1855 Jan 23/May 9 James Haydock of James Haydock & Susan Hazelton
1855 June 19/Aug 2 James Morell of CLM & AB
1857 May 22/Sept 20 Henry Brown of Thomas Brown & Sarah Anne Dickson
1858 May 12/Nov 14 James Haydock of Thos Haydock & Margt Fowler?
1858 Oct 18/30 Henry Morell of CLM & AB
1860 Jan 22/Feb 27 Thos Henry Haydock of Thos Haydock & Rebecca Irwin
1860 Sept 13/Nov 20 James Brown of Thos Brown & Sarah A Dickson
1859 Apr 19/July ? James Dickson of Thos A Dickson & Elizh McGeaght
1861 July 25/Sept 9 Thos Dickson of Thos A Dickson & Elizh McGeagh
1860 Apr 26/Aug 2 John McGeagh Dickson of Thos A Dickson & Elizh McGeagh
1859/1860 May 9/June 16 Joseph Haydock of Jas Haydock & Susan Hazelton
1862 Apr 21/Sept 14 Frederick Morell of CLM & AB
1866 July 13/Sept 2 Emily Winifred Dickson of Thos A Dickson & Elizh McGeagh
1870/1871 Nov 13/Apr 23 David Ernest Morell of CLM & AB
1871 Sept 1/Oct 1 Edith Dickson of TAD & EMcG

Apr 28/Aug 6 1876, William Kennedy Clugston, son of Samuel Clugston
June 11/Oct 15 1880, John son of Samuel Clugston & Margt Kennedy
Aug 22, 1882/Feb 8 1883 James, son of Samuel Clugston & Margt Kennedy
Mar 27/Aug 24 1885, Mary & Elizabeth (twins) daus of Saml & Margt Clugston baptised by Rev CL Morell
{Margaret is missing}

Drumglass Church of Ireland MIC1/36/1

Baptisms from 1754
1754 Nov 3 Robt son of John & Mgt Eccles
1754 Dec 17 John son of Wm & Elizh Clements
1755 Jan 15 Dorothy dau of Thos & Dorothy Richardson
1755 Feb 14 Jane dau of Francis & Catherine Mullen of Gortnarran
1755 Sept 28 Margt dau of Chas & Christian Connor
1756 Jan 7 George of Peter & Anne Rogers of Creenagh (Toal O'Hagan, James Neal, Susanna Collins, Isabella Read)
1756 Feb 18 John son of Thos & mary Dawson (John Durham, Thos Wildman, Margt McGarraty, Rachael Latton)
1756 Elizh dau of Edwd & Mary Clements (John & Mary Richardson)
1757 Mar 9 Robt son of John & Jane Richardson
1758 Mar 21 Chas son of James Rainey, a SQuaker of Drummond, Clonfeacle
1760 Nov 6 Geo of Peter & ---- Rogers of Creenagh
Another Connor
1761 Apr 12 Edwd of Edwd & Mary Clements
Richardson of Farlough
(No obvious Haddock/Richardson around 1783)

Marriages from 1754
1755 Feb 6 Andw Forsyth m. Mary Rogers
1755 Aug 2 Edwd Clements of Bragharle m. Mary Richardson eldest dau of Mr Thos Richardson of Stughan
1762 Thos Connor m Jane Frazier (comonly called Frizzle)

Marriages from 1791
1791 Apr 4 Joseph Miller & Mary Haddoc both of Clonfeacle
1824 Sept 6 John Jenkinson m Rebecca Haddock of Drumglass with consent of parents

Tullyniskan Church of Ireland MIC1/10-11

Bap & Mar from 1794 on


Dungannon Methodist Church

Baptisms on 6th Oct 1896
Maude Charles b 5/8/1886
Anna Jane Charles b 4/6/1888
Edith Charles b 13/5/1890
Thomas James Charles b 22/7/1892
Herbert William Charles b 6/1/1894
Violet Amelia Charles b 15/5/1896 (Note added; she must have lived at least 5 months)
Frederick Henry Charles b 3/6/1898 bapt 10/7/1899
Amelia Charles seemed to have joined the Methodist Church in the 1890s; there is no evidence that Thomas Charles was ever a member

Killyman Church of Ireland

{These records were accessed off microfilm but also exist as photocopies:
PRONI T.383, 384, 386, 387 & 393 & these should be consulted for the early records}

Mic/583/34: Births, Marriages & Deaths 1745-1778

(Many pages, particularly from 1760 on, badly blackened and unreadable
And, according to Macafee, no records at all from 1770-75)

1st entry is baptism of dau of Rector Rev Richard Crump

---- Stuart dau of Alexander & Jane Stuart 25 Jan 1746
Abraham Dawson son of Wm & Mary Dawson 22 May 1747
Thomas Dawson son of Ralph & Ann Dawson 18 Sept 1747
Elizh Dawson dau of John & Elizh Dawson 7 Nov 1748
Ann Dawson dau of Ralph & Ann Dawson 6 Dec 1748
Mary Walker of Thomas & Eleanor Walker 2 June 1748
Jane Stuart dau of Alex & Jane Stuart 24 June 1748
Elizh Wigton dau of Hugh & Margt Wigton 14 July 1749
Elizh Dawson dau of Wm & Mary Dawson 17 Oct 1749
Ralph Dawson son of Ralph & Ann Dawson 25 Feb 1749/50
Wm Dawson buried 3 Feb 1750
Elizh Walker of Thomas & Eleanor Walker 1750
Ann Dawson dau of John & Elizh Dawson 25 Apr 1751
John Wigton son of Hugh & Margt Wigton 28 July 1751
Mary Dawson dau of Wm & Mary Dawson 24 Feb 1752
George Stuart son of Alex & Jane 13 Mar 1752
Ann Dawson bur 24 May 1752
Hugh Wigton son of Hugh & Margt Wigton 15th June 1753
Abraham Dawson son of John & Elizabeth Dawson 3 Dec 1753
Ann Dawson dau of Abraham & Mary Dawson 26 may 1753
Jane Foster Stuart bur 3 Nov 1754
Sara Walker of Thomas & Eleanor Walker 1754
Phoebe Dawson dau of Abraham & Mary Dawson 10 Aug 1755
Lancelot Dawson m Elizh Hease 29th Sept 1755
Margt Stuart dau of Alexer & Jane Stuart 3 Nov 1755
Francis Cardill m Sarah Dawson 20 Dec 1755
____ ____ of (Hugh) & Mgt Wigton Nov 1755
Joyce Wigton dau of Hugh & Margt Wigton 24 Nov 1755

William Rogers son of Arthur & Sarah Wed 5th May 1756

Wm Dawson son to Abraham & Mary Dawson 28 Nov 1756
Abraham West (or Dawson) bur 8 Jan 1758
Eleanor West (or Dawson) bur 16 Jan 1758
{I guess the rector mixed his names}
Sarah dau to Joseph & Mary (Miller?) Nov 28 1759
Thos son of Thos & Isabel Hutchman July 17 1760
Joseph son to Joseph & Mary Miller Apr 17 1762
Thomas son to Abraham & Mary Dawson June 1762
A servant of Wm McMins was buried July 11 1762
Wm Dawson bur Dec 24 1762
{Will dated 22 Nov 1762 of Wm Dawson of Bovain; PRONI D3047/C/2
Wife Mary, daus Sarah & Ann; sons John & Abraham}
Ann dau to Benj Cross bapt 28 Apr 1763
Lancelot Dawson m Elizabeth Richardson July 11 1763
---- son to Lancelot & Elizh Dawson Apr 29 1764
Arthur Dawson m Alice Donaghy July 24 1764

Andrew Rogers marr Ann unreadable alias Skelton Nov 30 1764
Elizh dau to John & Elizh (Hilton, guess)

Wm son to Lancelot & Elizh Dawson Apr 2 1766
John son to Arthur & Alice Dawson Oct 5 1766
Mary dau to John & Jane Dawson Oct 5 1766 ***

Peter son to Thomas & Anne Rogers was baptised Nov 12 1768

Ann dau to Damiel & Eliz McMullen Dec 11 1768

Thomas Rogers buried Jan 18 1769

Rich’d son to Lancelot & Elizh Dawson Jan 2 1769
Abraham son to (John) & Jane Dawson Feb 22 1769 ***
William Savage m. Mary McGinnis May 2 1769

John son to John & May Mullen Jun 24 1769

Edward McCan, Arthur McQuaid & Sara McQuaid his wife was their recantation, July 23 1769
These three individuals are mentioned in the Convert Rolls: Eileen O’Byrne

Picture of Rogers gravestone in Killyman graveyard

Mary dau to Arthur & Sarah McQuaid 1770
Bernard son to Arthur McDuane Aug 26 1772

Thomas Hyde’s mother was buried Feb 26 ‘77

William son of William and Elizh Rog(-) May 25 ‘77
James McDuaid bur May 23 ‘77

Andrew Robinson’s child bur Sept 13 1777
Wm Cardwell’s son was buried Nov 16 1777
{Till end of 1777 a series (10-20) children buried ?epidemic}


PRONI MIC/583/33: Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1778-1810 (Nice reading)

July 1 1778 Philemy Connolly’s child buried
May 3 1778 John Gates's son was buried
Sept 1 1778 Archibald Bays & Anne Gates married
Dec 12 1778 Abraham son of John & Anne Dawson
Aug 7 1778 Patrick Mullins’ grandchild buried
Nov 5 1778 Owen McGlone’s wife buried
Jan 13 1779 Phelemy Rogers of Drumcrow his wife was buried
Jan 16 1779 Denis Rush his uncle buried
Mar 29 1779 Wm Dawson & Mary Gilpin mar
Jun 26 1779 Matthew McCar’s nephew buried
May 12 1779 Cormick Murphy’s wife buried
Oct 23 1779 Neil McCrory's wife buried
Dec 9 1779 Mary Anne dau of Abraham & Anne Dawson
Feb 24 Wm Tobias’ mother was buried
Mar 12 1780 Mary dau of John & Marg Wickton bapt
Apr 18 1781 Elinor, dau of William & Mary Savage baptised
May 6 1781 Thomas McGahans widow of Derrymain buried
Sept 2 1781 Sarah dau of Hugh & Lydia Wiggam bapt
Mar 30 1781 Robt son of John & Isabella Cumberland
July 27 1781 Edmond Mullen was buried
Sept 18 1781 Lancelot Dawson buried
Nov 1781 Edwd Morris’s wife buried
Jan 18 1782 James Dawson’s widow buried
Jan 27 Mary dau Nicholas & Sarah Gates bapt
**** Apr 26 1782 John McCrory’s child was buried
Apr 26 1782 John Thompson’s sister was buried
Aug 12 1782 Edwd Hamilton’s mother was buried
Aug 12 1782 Hugh (H)ullens child was buried
Sept 16 1782 John Hyde’s mother was buried
Sept 16 1782 Neal McCrory was buried
Nov 25 1782 Simon Heaselton’s 2 children buried
Nov 25 1782 Loughlin Raherty’s sister buried
(Nov 25 13 individuals mostly children buried)
Dec 13 1782 Elizh dau of Thomas & Alice Handcock
Jan 26 1883 Andrew son of Hugh & Lydia Wiggam bapt
May 9 1783 Phelemy Murphy’s child bur
Dec 4 1783 Dennis Rush’s mother buried
Dec 20 1783 Widow Rogers was buried
Jan 22 1784 Toal Mattews’ mother-in-law buried
Feb 12 1784 Elizabeth Mullan was buried
June 4 1784 Mary dau of William & Jane Millern
Sept 26 1784 John son of Wm & Mary Greenaway
Sept 13 1788 Johnston son of Alexr & Sarah McClean
Oct 1 1784 Owen Connolly’s son buried
Oct 1 1884 John Erwin’s sister’s son buried
Oct 13 John McCann’s aunt buried
Dec 4 1784 Margt dau of Hugh & Lydia Wiggam
Apr 7 1785 Matthew son of Nicholas & Mary Gates
Aug 1 1785 Terence & Francis Connolly buried
Oct 5 1785 Widow Dawson of (Drumcrow) buried
Oct 5 1785 Widow Dawson’s dau buried
Dec 31 1785 Catherine Connolly buried
Jan 10 1786 John son of Hugh & Lydia Wiggam bapt
Aug 26 1786 Jane dau of John & Jane Dawson
Mar 30 1787 Thomas son of Hugh & Lydia Wiggam bapt

*** July 22 1787 Michael Rogers & Anne Dawson were married

Sept 21 1787 Wm Fulton & Mary Gates mar
Jan 19 1788 James son of Nicholas & Sarah Gates
Jan 28 1788 Dawson son of John & Jane Richardson
Mar 13 1788 Geo Douglas & Sarah Gates mar
Apr 17 1788 Sarah dau of Geo & Sarah Douglas
Mar 22 1788 Esther dau of George & Mary Rogers
Dec 28 1788 John Score & Sarah Rogers married
*** Mar 21 1789 Mary dau of Michael & Anne Rogers
Jan 30 1790 John son of George & Mary Rogers
Feb 2 1790 Judith of Daniel & Isabella Mullan
Mar 28 1790 (M----) of John & Catherine (McClean)
May 1 1790 Abraham son of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
May 22 1790 John son of Thos & Sarah Gates
Oct 21 1791 Margt dau of Benj & Anne Clements
Nov 14 1791 Mary dau of Nicholas & Sarah Gates
Mar 20 1792 Jane of Geo & Mary Rogers
Apr 5 1792 Thomas son of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
(This is the best fit; Reg of B, M, D indicates that Thomas died in 1878, aged 90; give or take a bit this works
Note the confirmations of John, Ellen & Anne in 1824 of Drumcrow & Michael’s presence there in Tithe)
Oct 22 1792 Jane dau of John & Jane Richardson
Nov 24 1792 Elizh dau of George & Sarah Mullin
Dec 15 1792 Joseph son of Robt & Mary Millin
Mar 1 1793 Mary Jane of Alexr & Jane McClean
Oct 1 1793 John of Robt & Sarah Eccles
Dec 29 1793 Wm son of Ben & Anne Clements
Feb 4 1794 Wm son of Thos & Sarah Gates
June 12 1794 Hugh Wiggam & Mary Moorhead mar
Nov 13 1794 Mary dau of George & Mary Rogers
Nov 22 1794 John son of Thos & Sarah Gates
Dec 30 1794 Jane dau of John & Isabella Dougan
Apr 7 1795 Geo Heather & Elizh Dawson mar
Oct 20 1795 Henrietta dau of Robt & Sarah Eccles
Oct 15 1795 Elen dau of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
Dec 22 1795 John son of John & Elenor Mullen **** Possible
1795 Mary dau of Abraham & Aby (H)ullens
1796 Jan 26 Amelia, dau of Ben & Anne Clements
(Tithe - Francis Clements Correny & Richard Clements Ballinakilly)
May 7 1796 Edwd Lowry & Elizh McMullan married
Oct 8 1796 Jane dau of Geo & Sarah Douglas
1797 Jan16 Isaac son of George & Mary Rogers
1797 May 2 Anne dau of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
1797 Dec 1 Frances dau of Robt & Sarah Eccles
1797 Dec 7 Sarah dau of Joseph & Jane Jackson

{from Co Tyrone web site
1797 Dec 26 Robert Mullan & Sarah Wilson married}

1798 Jan 28 Elenor dau of Wm & Elenor Greenaway
1798 Aug 5 Wm son of John & Frances Mullen
1798 Dec 4 Sarah dau of George & Mary Rogers
1799 Jan 22 George Rogers’ wife was buried
1799 Feb 4 Sarah dau of John & Elizh Greenaway
1799 Nov 4 Jane dau of Wm & Elen Greenaway
1799 Nov 18 George Rogers & Elizabeth Savage were married

1800 Sept 8 Alexander McClean buried
1800 Sept 8 Widow McClean buried
1800 Oct 4 Samuel son of Robt & Sarah Mullen
1800 Nov 2 Jackson of John & Mary Wright

1801 Jan 23 Isaac son of George & Mary Rogers
1801 Mar 8 Rachael dau of John & Elizh Greenaway
1801 Apr 10 Robin son of Robin & Sarah Eccles
1801 Aug 21 John son of John & (Mary) McClean
(This entry should be rechecked; it might also be useful to look in Drumglass)

1802 Aug 27 James son of Robin & Sarah Mullan
1802 Sept 6 Wm son of Wm & Anne Greenaway
1802 Sept 10 Wm Williams & Anne (Rogar – not Rogers) married
1802 Sept 27 Wm son of George & Eliz Rogers

(Page seems reversed)

1802 Jun Wm son of Danl & Margt Mullin
1802 Jun 4 Edwd son of (John?) & Jane Jackson

1803 Jan 2 Elizh dau of Francis & Jane Greenaway
1803 Mar 2 John, son of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
1803 Nov 2 Wm son of Wm & Ellen Greenaway
1803 Dec 13 Thos son of Robt & Sarah Eccles

1804 Mar 12 Anne dau of Geo & Eliz Rogers
1804 Apr 24 Robt son of Robt & Sarah Mullan
1804 May 8 Wm Ekin & Mary Walker

1805 Apr 1 Rachel dau of Edwd & Eliza Jackson
1805 May 6 Anne dau of Andrew Lake & Thebe Mullan (Bast)
1805 May 25 Charles son of Charles Walker & Widow Walker (Bast) 1805
1805 Dec 17 Eliz dau of Geo & Eliz Rogers
Dec 31 Anthony Wm & Anne Greenaway

1806 Jan 2 Mary dau of Joseph & Jane Jackson
1806 May 5 Robt of Robt & Sarah Lowry
1806 May 10 (Jack) son of Robt & Sarah Mullan
1806 June 9 Jane dau of Richard & Margt Walker
1806 Dec 14 Richd son of Edwd & Isabella Jackson

1807 Apr James – Chas & Frances Walker
1807 Dec 26 Thos Ward & Esther Rogers marr

1808 Mar 7 Joseph son of Joseph & Jane Jackson
1808 May 2 James son of Isaac & Mary Jackson
1808 July Mary dau of Robt & Sarah Mullen
1808 July 28 James (Goods) of Loughgall & Maria Greenaway marr
1808 Dec John son of Rob(inson) & Sarah Mullan ????

1809 Mar 2 Jane dau of John --- & Mary Mullen (Bast)
1809 May 17 Jane dau of Michael & Anne Rogers ****
1809 Sept 20 Elen dau of John & Elen Jackson
1809 Oct 17 Thomas son of George & Eliz Rogers
1810 Jan 30 Wm son of Robt & Sarah Mullan
1809 Jun 24 Mary dau of Isaac & Sarah Jackson

A specific search for any child, Christian name Millie or Amelia was carried out from 1795 to 1805 (see 1796)

From MIC/583/34 Births, Marriages & Deaths from 1810-1821

1810 Oct 21 Robert son of John & Grace Lowry baptised
1810 Nov 10 Robin Mallin (Darghfor) buried

1811 Feb 4 Wm son of Edwd & Elizh Jackson
1811 Apr 5 Mary dau of Robert & Sarah Mullen
1811 Apr 24 Wm son of John & Elen Jackson
1811 Dec 26 Elizh dau of John Burns & Mary Mullen

1812 Feb 3 Anne of Joseph & Jane Jackson
1812 Feb 23 Jane dau of Edwd & Isabella Jackson

1813 Apr 5 John son of John & Elen Jackson
1813 Mar 23 Abraham Rogers & Anne (Toner?) married
1813 Aug 17 Sam’l (Millinn) & Mary Walker married

1814 Jan 24 Robert son of Abraham & Anne Rogers
1814 Apr 25 Elinor dau of John & Elenor Mullan
1814 May 24 Mary Anne dau of Wm & Elen Walker
1814 July 4 Joseph of Joseph & Jane Jackson
1814 Oct 13 George of George & Eliz Rogers

1815 Apr 10 Mary Anne dau of Joe Stinson & Mary Mullen (Bast)
1815 Apr 17 Anne dau of Edwd & Isabella Jackson
1815 May 18 Wm son of Thos & Martha Walker
1815 July 8 Mary dau of Thos Blain & Mary Mullan (Bast)
1815 Sept Jane dau of Joseph & Jane Jackson
1815 Sept 25 Thos son of Robt & Sarah Mullen
1815 Nov 14 Thomas son of Abraham & Anne Rogers (? Laghy, Tailor)

1816 May 1 Joseph of John & Elen Jackson
1816 July 18 Elizh of George & Elizh Rogers

1817 Jan 29 James son of Thos & Martha Walker
1817 Aug 3 James Richardson & Margt Mullan marr

1818 Mar 15 Ellen dau of Abraham & Anne Rogers
1818 May 15 Wm Robt & Sarah Mullen
1818 June 24 John John & Nancy Walker?
1818 June 24 Anne Wm & Eleanor Walker
1818 Nov 22 Elizh John & Grace Stinson

1819 Jan 31 John Thos & Martha Walker
1819 Apr 9 Mary dau of John & Mary Rogers
1819 Aug 8 Elizh Andrew & Eliz Walker

1820 Mar 14 William of Abraham & Anne Rogers
1820 July 16 Joseph of Edwd & Isabella Jackson

On Sunday Nov 19th 1820 Felix Devlin who had been born & bred a Roman Catholic solemnly read his recantation in the parish church of Killyman, aged 30 years

1821 Jan 28 Alexander John & Hannah Jackson

Mic/583/34: Births, Marriages & Deaths 1821-1837

Jan 28 1822 Anne Jane dau of Abraham & Anne Rogers
Apr 28 1822 Sarah dau of John & Mary Lawry
Sept 22 1822 Sarah Anne dau of Robert & Sarah Mullin
Apr 27 1823 Isaac son of Isaac Rogers & Elizh Crilly (marriage in 1827)
Sept 7 1823 Mary dau of John & Hannah Jackson
Apr 26 1823 Arthur Jackson m Martha Woods (Banns)
June 26 1824 John son of Abraham & Anne Rogers
Oct 30 1824 Edward Mullins was buried
July 22 1825 Mary Anne dau of Arthur & Martha Jackson
Aug 21 1825 Ellen dau of William/Ellen (Rogers?)

Page is very black; is there another copy?
One page not studied

18 Jan? 1826 Isabella dau of John & ----- Mullen possible sister of Mary Jane
July 23 1826 William Jackson son of Thomas & Millie Rogers
Sept 14 1826 Wm Greenaway & Mary McClean both of this parish mar by lic
Nov 26 1826 Michael son of Abraham & Anne Rogers

Jan 25 1827 John Mullen of the Parish of Tartaraghan & Jane Greenaway of this parish were married
(See birth records for parish of Tartaraghan; John & Jane Mullen of Teguy had a son baptised in Jan 1828)

Feb 5 1827 Isaac Rogers & Elizabeth Creely married by banns.
May 1827 Wm Gates & Margt Rogers, widow, married
Sept 2 1827 Jemima dau of Isaac & Elizh Rogers Gortrea baptised

Feb 10 1828 Mary Jane, dau of John & Jane Mullen, bapt

Feb 22 1828 Ellen dau of Wm & Mary Greenaway bapt privately
May 14 1828 Wm Potts & Mary Jackson of this parish mar
Sept 3 1828 Abraham Proctor & Mary Jackson (this parish) mar
Sept 14 1828 Abraham Dawson, son of Abraham & Anne Rogers bapt
Sept 30 1828 Thos (Milop) Tartaraghan & Elizh Jackson (this p) mar
Nov 23 Ellen 1828 dau of John & Mary Jackson
Nov 26 1828 Edward Jackson & Anne Henderson mar

Mar 22 1829 Wm son of Isaac & Elizabeth Rogers
Apr 5 1829 Wm son of Andrew & Anne Rogers
(Married Susanna Miller in 1857)

Apr 17 1829 James son of Thomas & Millie Rogers

Aug 30 1829 Mrs Margt Caulfield Relict of late Rev Charles Caulfield Rector of this parish buried aged 78 years
Sept 27 1829 Robert son of Edward & Anne Jackson

Mar 21 1830 Elizabeth dau of John & Jane Mullen bapt
May 23 1830 Baptist son of Arthur & Martha Jackson
Jun 15 The Rev Wm Phelan DD rector of this parish buried

(Possibly new rector starts to add in townland details; the new rector was Mortimer O’Sullivan)

(Seems to be a gap; possibly should check Tartaraghan)

Jan 28 1831 Wm son of Wm & Sarah Jackson of ?????
May 1 1831 Arthur Jackson son of Wm & Margt (Giein) Esq of Roan Hill
May 8 1831 Milly dau of Abraham & Anne Rogers of Laghy
Dec 3 1831 Matilda dau of Arthur & Mata Jackson Tully(ronan)
Dec 25 1831 Stuart son of Js & Anne Mullen Derry(creevy)

Jun 23 1833 Elizh of James & Mary Mullen Derry--- (Clonfeacle)

July 3 1833 Sarah of Thomas & Mildred Rogers Rodgers Drumhorrick

Sept 29 1833 (smear) Andrew & Anne Rogers Derryhork

Sept 29 1833 (smear) Saml & ??? Mullen Bally(adully)

Oct 19 1833 Robert Mullen of Kenaghan & Mary Dilworth of Ballinakelly mar
Apr 25 1834 Anthy Dilworth of Ballinakelly & Margt Mullen of Kenaghan

Apr 20 1834 Sarah of Wm & Al---- Mullen Laghy

July 13 1834 John of Jo & Jane Mullins Drumkee

Aug 17 1834 Mary Anne of Jo & Mary Rodgers Drumcrow
Aug 17 1834 --- of Geo? & Sarah Mullen Tullyroan
Nov 2 1834 Matilda of Andrew & Anne Rodgers Derryhork

May 10 1836 Robert Bates & Eleanor Rogers of this parish
Wit: John Richardson & James Williamson

Sept 27 1835 Robt of Wm & Jane Rodgers Drumcrow
Oct 25 1835 Rachael of Thos & Anne Rodgers Drummond
Oct 25 1835 Mary Anne of Saml & Rachael Mullen Ballinakelly

Feb 3 1836 Abraham of Thos & Millie Rogers Drumhorrick
Feb 3 1836 Charlotte of John & Mary Rogers Drumcrow
Nov 1836 Sarah Jane of James & ----- Mullen Kinaghan

PRONI MIC583/35
Bapt 1837-1849 Mar 1837-45 Bur 1837-1862 1837 Confirm

Bap July 27 1837 Wm of Wm & Jane Rogers Drumcrow
Born Nov 7, Bapt Dec 23 1838 Richard of Wm & Mary Anne Jackson, Derryhubbard, farmer
Born 11 Jun Bapt 20 Jun 1839 Abraham of Thos & Martha Rogers Cavan Tailor
Born Apr 1 Bapt 9 Jun 1840 Mary of James & Susann Mullen, Kenaghan, Weaver
Born July 4 1840 Bapt Mar 3rd 1841 Sam’l of Sam’l & Rachael Mullen Ballinakelly

Born Jan 27 Bapt Apr 5 1840 Robert (Trueman) of Thomas & Amelia Rogers, Drumhorrick, Farmer

Born Dec 16 1840 Bapt Nov 29 1841 James or Jane of John & Jane Mullins Drumkee, farmer

Bapt Jan 7 1841 Amelia (doubtful) Andrew & Anne Rogers, Derryhork, farmer
Born Dec 12 1840 Bapt Jun 26 1841 Thomas of Thomas & Martha Rogers, Cavan, Tailor

Born Jun 22 bapt Nov 5 1843 Mary Anne Thos & Milly Rogers Drumhorrick, Farmer

Bapt Apr 5 1841 Joseph of John & Jane Jackson, Derrygoharin, Weaver
Born Dec 15 1844 Jane? of John & Mary Rogers, Drumcrow, Weaver
Born Nov 20 1844 Bapt Jan 19 1845 Mary of Thos & Martha Rogers, Cavan, Tailor
Born May 27 Bapt Aug 3 1845 John of James & Susanna Mullins (also Mullan) Kenagahn, farmer
Jun 13/Oct 10 1847 John of Robert & Mary Mullen, Kenaghan, Weaver

Marriages 1837 on

Thomas Rogers & Martha Hutchman 19 Jan 1838
Thomas Collins? & Anne Rogers 14th Feb 1838
John Dilworth (signed Cardwell) & Eliza Mullen 29 Nov 1839
John Hazlton & Eliza Rogers 10 Dec 1841
(signed Andrew Rogers ?witness)
Wm Rogers & Martha Mays 27 Aug 1844

PRONI MIC/583/34

Baptisms 1849-1860 & 1860-1869
Confirmations 1846-1863

7 Sept 1851 (bapt)
8 July 1849 Jane of Thos & Martha Rogers, Tailor Laghy
17 Nov 1850 Wm of Thos & Martha Rogers, Tailor Laghy
Bapt 1 July 1854 Mary Jane of John & Mgt Millen, labourer, Grange
Bapt Dec 10 1854, born 16 Oct 1853 Martha Annie of Thos & Martha Rogers, Tailor Laghy
July 1854; 7 May 1855 Joseph of Joseph & Susan Jackson farmer, Derryhubbard

Feb 17 1855/ 10 Dec 1855 Wm Jackson of James & Mary Jane Rogers Drumhorrig

25 July 1858 11 Apr 1858 Elizh of John & Mgt Mullen Servant Grange
Dec 5 1858/ 2 Apr 1856 Eliza of Thomas & Matilda Rogers Tailor, Laghy

 

25 Sept 1857 Wm Rogers, Tamnamore, farmer, father, Andrew Rogers, farmer married Susanna Miller, Tamnamore, father Wm Miller, farmer
17 June 1858 Eleanor Jane dau of Wm & Susanna Rogers, labourer, Derryhubbard (from rootsireland)
2 Aug 1860; 15 June 1860 Annie Wm & Susanna Rogers Mullenakill, Labourer

10 Feb 1865(Parish of Dungannon)
Robert Rogers, Drumhorrik, farmer, father, Thomas Rogers, farmer married Jane Cardwell, Ballinakelly, father, Robert Cardwell farmer
Wit: Thos Johnston & Wm Frizzell
NB Brackaville COI (from rootsireland) GRO ref 1865, marriage 1:682

May 13 1866; 5 Jan 1866 Millie of Robt & Sarah Rogers Drumhorrig, Labourer
Dec 15 1867; 11 Jun 1867 Thomas of Robt & Sarah Rogers Drumhorrig, Labourer

Born 14 Oct 1867 Rachel of Wm & Elizh Jackson

Confirmations

(NB There is some minor confusion in the dates around 1840 and some possible duplication)

1824 Confirmations

Mullanakill
Hon Mrs Wingfield 46
Wm Verner 36

Bovain
Abraham Dawson 21
Anne Dawson 17
Wm Dawson 18
Rich’d Dawson 20
James Dawson 18
Marianne Dawson 17
Eliza Dawson 15

Cavan
Mary Mullen 20

Derrygalley
Thos Dawson 20
Jane Dawson 16

Gortrea
Isaac Rogers 22
William Rogers 20
Anne Rogers 17
Eleanor Rogers 16

Drumcrow
John Rogers 18
Wm Rogers 16
Anne Rogers 24
Ellen Rogers 26
(Children of Michael & Anne Rogers)

Kinaghan
Samuel Mullen 22
Robert Mullen 18
Wilson Mullen 16

Later in year
Kinaghan
Jas Mullen 20

Tamnamore
Jas Dawson 30
John Dawson 22
Elizh Dawson 20

Trew
Lydia Wigton 19
Mary Jane Wigton 17

Confirmations 1828

Bovain
Sarah Dawson 15
Daniel Dawson 18

Derryhubbard
Wm Greenaway 24
Amelia Jackson 22
Mary Jackson 20
Anne Jackson 16
Anne Jackson 24
Isaac Jackson 20
Jane Jackson 22
James Jackson 18
Edward Jackson 19
Rachael Jackson 22

Drumcrow
Jane Rogers 17

Confirmation (Probably) 1837
Derryhirk
Eliza Rogers 15
Laghy
Anne Jane Rogers 16
William Rogers 18
Ellen Rogers 19
(Children of Abraham & Anne Rogers)

Confirmations (Probably) 1840
Drumkee
Isabella Mullen 14 (Probably sister of Mary Jane)

{To be checked: Derryhirk, 1840, Jane Rogers, 14}

Laghy
James (Rogers or Kayes)

Temnamore
Robert Miller 15

Confirmation 1840
Derryhubbard
Anne Jackson 23
John Jackson 20
John Jackson 19

Drumkee
Isabella Mullan 14

Confirmations 1843
Derryhirk
Anne Rogers 14

Drumkee & Drumhorrick
None relevant

Derry(corry)
Ellen Greenaway 14

Confirmation 1846

Derrycarrig
Marian? Greenaway

Drumhorrick
James Rogers 16

Drumkee
Martha Mullen 14
Maryjane Mullen 17

Confirmation 1849

Kernaghan
Wm Mullan 14

Confirmation 1852

Confirmation 1856

Laghy
Thomas Rogers 16

Confirmation 1859

Burials
(Burials from 1749 to 1837 are mixed together with Baptisms & Deaths – as in the original registers)

1778 Phelemy Rogers of Drumcrow his wife was buried
Aug 12 1782 Hugh Mullens child was buried

1792 Feb 9 William Hyde’s dau was buried
William Courtney’s wife was buried
Isaac Simpson’s dau was buried

1793 Feb 13 – Cross wife was buried
1793 Feb 24 – Hugh Wiggams wife was buried

13 Apr 1834 Geo Rogers Glannkil? 70
21 June 1834 Anne Rogers Laghy 70
(Could this be Michael’s wife – living with Abraham? B. 1764)
Feb 19 1835 Wm? Rodgers Tullyliskin 79

7/10/’13 from 1837 Mic/583/35

1838 Jan 23 (Blot) Jullan 53 Drumkee
1839 mar 18 Mary Rogers Drumard 20

Apr 11 1840 Rachael Mullen age 26

1841 Sept 26 Elizabeth Rogers Belfast 73
1844 Feb 20 Jam Rogers Parish of Tullyniskan 77

18 Oct 1847 Alexander McClean?
Dec 9 1847 Robert Mullen, Kenaghan, aged 42
Dec 30 1849 Anne Rogers Tamlaghmore, 43
July 5 1850 Charles Rogers Dungannon Workhouse, aged 14
Apr 13 1851 Martha Rogers Derrylee, 57
14 Mar 1852 John Rogers Tamnamore 20
July 21 1852 John Mullan Dunydade (Clonfeacle) 72
July 30 1855 Mary Mullan Dunydade (Clonfeacle) 60
Sept 24 1856 John Rogers Kinnego, 52
22 Aug 1860 John Mullen Dunydade (Clonfeacle) 84

Ends 15th Apr 1862

From MIC/583/34 continued (This reel also contains Vestry minutes 1800-1894)

Aug 25 1862 Milly Rogers Drumhorick aged 62
Feb 12 1863 Mary Mullen Donydeid (Clonfeacle) 67
Mar 13 1863 Anne Rogers Tamnamore aged 50
Mar 25 1863 Rachael Mullen Ballinakelly aged 53
15 Apr 1864 John Jackson Mullanakill 27
Mar 26 1865 Anne Rogers Laghy aged 79
Feb 7 1867 Mary Mullen Donydede District of Moy aged 71
Dec 25 1869 Samuel Mullen Annaghmore (Clonoe) aged 24
Oct 22 1871 Mary Mullen Drumkee aged 49
Dec 10 1871 Abraham Rogers Laghy aged 81
May 7 1872 Andrew Rogers Tamnamore aged 80
May 12 1872 Martha Rogers Laghy aged 63
John Mullan, 76, 1874, Dungannon GRO 6:431:101587
Thomas Rogers, 88, Jan-Mar 1878, Dungannon, 1:488:101589

From JSTOR: Catholic Convert Rolls
In the Dungannon-Killyman area 11 names of farmers are to be found, 18 Nov 1769; there is no evidence of proselytism.

From Eileen O’Byrne: Catholic Convert Rolls
McRorey, Arthur, Dublin
Certificate, 24 April, 1755
Enrolled 21 may 1755 (A)
Late of Co Armagh
Conformity 19 Jan 1755 (B)
“[NB This certificate is wrote on the back of the bishops.]” (D)

Pre-1858 Wills and Admons: Armagh Diocesean Wills
McCrory alias McCrorey or Rogers, Arthur
4 August 1798 & 1798

Rogers, James certificate 3 May 1775

Tartaraghan Church of Ireland PRONI MIC/583/3

Baptisms, from 1825

Apr 1, 1825 Robert son of Samuel & Mary Greenaway, Derrycorr
Jun 13, 1825 John son of William & Judith Greenaway
July 3 1825 Sarah Anne dau of Walker & Sarah Rogers, Eglish
July 20 1825 Jane dau of Andrew & Anne Rogers Derrylee
Sept, 1825 Thomas, son of Alexander & Catherine Rogers, Galerock
1826 John son of John & Mary Jackson, Parish of Killyman
Sept 1827, Annie dau of Andrew & Annie Rogers, Derrylee

Jan 27, 1828 James son of John & Jane Mullen, Teaguy

Drumglass MIC1/36

Searched marriages from 1823 to 1828 for marriages of John & Jane Mullan & Thomas & Millie Rogers without success

From 1600s not readable; from 1718 OK

1719 Margt dau of Hugh Mullan & Jane his wife

1815 Mar 3 Andrew of Wm and Mary Rogers, Dungannon

From 1823
Apr 20 1823 Diana (a bastard) Ellen Rogers Dungannon
13 Feb 1824 Eleanor dau of John & Mary Anne Mullan, Dungannon, grocer
10 July 1825 Anne dau of James & Diana Mullan, Dungannon, (Iron?) dealer
1826 Anne Jane dau of Wm & Mary Rogers, Dungannon

Loughgall MIC60/1

Didn’t do comprehensive search as records organised by townland
Starts with baptisms in 1740
Noted name Toner

MIC/59C/1
26 Apr 1810 Robert Irwin & Sarah Mullan? of Parish of Clonfeacle

Ardress
Aug 29 1779 Wm son of Jno Mullan & his wife Elizabeth

In general looking at a different set of names


Killyman Church of Ireland graveyard

Donnydeade
John Mullen d Apr 1914
Anne Elizabeth d July 1935
John Mullen d July 1959
Frances Edith Mullen d Sept 1973

Kildress Church of Ireland baptismal register:

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

1800 - Richard to John & Esther Charles of Baltinonean
1808 - July 17/18 - Henry to John & Esther Charles
1809 - Sept Henry to John & Esther
1812 Thos
1814 Robert
1816 David
1818 David

1803 Sarah to William & Jane Charles of Baltinonean
1810 Jane
1812 Sally
1815 Hannah

1803 Sarah to Andrew and Anne Charles of Baltinonean
1805 Alexander

1803 Agness to John Charles & Jane -
1805 Esther to John & Jane Charles of Baltinonean (son to Richard?)
1807 Andrew
1810 Hanna to Jas? John & Jane Charles
1812/13 Jane
1815 Mary Anne
1819 Henry John

1813 Richard to James and Margaret Charles of Baltinonean
1810 Letitia to John and Catherine Charles of Baltinonean.
1812 Anne
1803 John Alexander to John and Margaret Charles of Tulnacross
1806 Thomas to John & Mary Charles of Tulnacross
1805 John to John & Elizabeth Charles of Baltinonean

Derryloran Church of Ireland

23 June 1840 Sarah Remington dau of Wm (Watchmaker & Publican) & Eliza Charles

Children of David Hughes Charles and his wife, Annie Elizabeth (Allen)
Thomas William Cranstoun Charles b. 1840
John James Charles, Cookstown, 13 Dec 1845/24 May. 1846
Daniel Allen & David Hughes Charles, Loy 28 Aug/23 Sept 1850
Robert Henry Charles, Loy 6 Aug/2 Dec 1855
Richard Havelock Charles Cookstown 10 Mar/9 Jun 1858
Frederick Lindesay, Loy baptised 19 Aug 1860
Maria Elizabeth, Loy 24 Apr/17 May 1853
+ 2 other sons

Henry Richard, Aug 2nd 1856, son of Thomas (Grocer) & Sarah Charles
Sarah, Oct 31 1861, dau of Thomas (Grocer) & Sarah Charles, Cookstown
Margaret, Feb 5 1864, dau of Thomas (Dealer) & Sarah Charles, Cookstown
[It looks like Martha was not baptised in Derryloran]

A guess but the only possibility
Thomas Seaton, a foundling, said to be 4 months old, baptised 17 May 1858, in charge of Isabella Seaton


Annie, born Dec 8 1865, baptised July 26 1866, father Henry Charles MD (as alleged), mother, Margaret Cheevers, Orritor Street, Cookstown
John, May 07, 1870 baptised July 31 1870, John, father, Henry Charles MD [as alleged], mother Margaret Cheevers, Cookstown

Carnteel (Aughnacloy) Church of Ireland

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

1633 Hugh Peebles, curate of Aghalow. He survived the rebellion but being of Calvinistic principles was ejected by Bramhall in 1661.
Baptist Boyd was Presbyterian minister of Aughnacloy 1697-1749
Aughnacloy parish church consecrated in 1740

Vestry Minutes
1726
That Humphrey Crawford be Church Warden in the room of John McWilliams
John McWilliams still on Vestry
That Isaiah Thomson & John McWilliams be overseers of the same roads as last year
1728
John McWilliams & John Berher, overseers of road from Carnteel to church

Name Date Vestryman Church Warden
Wm McWilliams 1712 1712
John McWilliams 1715-1739 Intermittently 1717-19, 1724-1726
Thos McWilliams 1730-32 1730-32
Geo McWilliams 1740
John Williams or 1748-1782 Intermittently 1754-1757, 1771, 1781
McWilliams
James McWilliams 1758-1762 1758, 1762
Geo McWilliams II 1772 1772
Robert McWilliams 1785 1785
Wm Williams or 1790 1790
McWilliams (One spelling in minutes, one in signatures)
Geo McWilliams 1792-1805 1792, 3, 8, 1805 1795
Richd McWilliams 1793-1802 1793, 1802 1801
Chas McWilliams 1792 1793

John McWilliams was vestryman in Carnteel between 1748-1782. He was probably the son of John & Sarah as a John of Carnteel signed a deed in 1744 as a witness to John of Carnteel. He is the best visible candidate of parent for John, 1766-1826.
John & Sarah also had a son, George.

National Archives RLFC 3/1, No 2297, 12/5/1846
Rev Alex M Pollock, Curate of Carnteel, listing the members of the relief committee for the parishes of Aghaloo & Carnteel

The Ven the Archdeacon of Armagh
Edwd Moore, Esq, JP, The Bawn
Hugh Moore, Esq JP, Cottage Hill
James Fiddes Esq
Hugh Simpson, Esq
Rowland Beatty, Esq
James Simpson, Esq
Mr Francis Little
Mr Robert Simpson
Mr Arthur Graham
W Scott Esq, MD
Rev E Rawont--, Curate
Rev H McIlwaine, Pres Min
Rev J O’Brien, PP
Rev Alex M Pollock

Erection of the meeting house in Aughnacloy, 1743
Mr James Davidson, 10 July 1787
Mr John Anderson, 1812-1829
Mr John Henderson, 1830-1842
Mr Wm McIlwaine, 1843-1892

Mr Robt James Barkley, 1917-1926

Church of Ireland
Rev Baptist Boyd, d 1749
Rev Hugh Mulligan, 1757-1786

Carnteel Church of Ireland from 1805

Confirmations
1824
McWilliams
Geo, aged 20, son of John McWilliams (white John) of Carnteel
Anne 15, dau of John McWilliams (Big John)
Ellen, 20 d of Ellen of Derrycreevy
Thos 15 son of Jas of Aughnacloy
Robt 10/ Margt 17 & Elizabeth 15 of Richard of Carnteel

1828
McWilliams
Robert, 22 of Killians
Mary 16 & Eliza 15 daus of John McWilliams of Carnteel
Chas 17 & Sarah 15 of Rich'd of Carnteel
(see Qualifications/Records of Apothecaries' Hall for possible reference to Charles)

? 1837
McWilliams
Chas of Killins
Thos of Loughans
John of Carnteel
Isabella of Carnteel

1840
McWilliams
Mary of Doulargy
Samuel of Doulargy
James of Killians
Browne of Killians
Gabriel of Loughans

Baptisms
Robert Patterson, son of Richard & (Sarah) McWilliams b 29 Apr ch 3 May 1805
Elizabeth, dau of George and Margery McWilliams b 16 ch 23 Nov 1806
Thomas, son of James & Ann McWilliams b 2 ch 15th, 1807
{19 months missing}
John of John McWilliams of Carnteel and Elinor Johnson, his wife
B 24 & ch 25 May 1810
Jane of Wm Johnston of Tullevinney & Eliz Sweeny 29 July & 1 Aug 1810
Mary of John McWilliam of Carnteel & Mary Moore, his wife
B 2 May & ch 3 May 1811
Sarah of Richard McWilliams of Carnteel & Sarah Dinny his wife 1 & 2 July 1811
Andrew of Moore McWilliams & Jane (---) Mullaghmore
Wm of Jas Johnson of Annabeg & Eliz Brown 27 & 29 Apr 1812
[Also John Johnson of Sky]
Charles Walter Congreve of Thos McWilliams 31 July & 18 Aug 1812
Thomas of Moore McWilliams of Mullaghmore & Jane (Mechan) 22 & 25 Oct 1812
Hugh of Hugh McConnel of Loughans & Elinor McWilliams 29 & 31 Jan 1813
Elizabeth of John McWilliams of Carnteel & Mary Moore 25 & 26 Feb 1813
Catherine of Richd McWilliams of Carnteel & Sarah Dilly 30 Mar & 2 Apr 1813
Jane of Robert Henderson Aughnacloy & Elinor McWilliams 28 & 29 Aug 1813
Thomas of John Clark of Carnteel & Eliza McWilliams 18 & 19 Dec 1813
Wm of Mark McWilliams of Carnteel 5 & 7 Jan 1815
Sarah of Francis (nanice) of Carnteel & Elinor McWilliams 4 & 4 Apr 1815
[Wm Alex of Thos Corbett & Margt Frazer Glencree Apr 1 & 6 1822]
Mary of Chas McWilliams of Carnteel & Nancy Brown 4 & 26 Jan 1817
Mary Jane of Mark & Mary McWilliams of Carnteel 2 & 9 Mar 1817
James of Mark & Mary McWilliams 21 July & 2 Aug 1818
Anne of Chas McWilliams of Killians & Anne Brown 3 & 6 Dec 1818
Robt of John Clark & Eliza McWilliams of Carnteel 5 & 27 Dec 1818
Wm of Saml McWilliams of Doolargy & Sarah Goodfellow 3 & 7 Mar 1819
John of Saml McWilliams Doolargy and Sarah Goodfellow 1 & 6 Aug 1820
(Thos 1823, Mary 1824, Saml, 1825 Gabriel 1827)
Chas of Chas McWilliams and Anne Brown of Killins 11 & 17 Dec 1820
John of John McWilliams of Carnteel & Mary (Moore) 23 & 24 Jan 1821
Browne son of Chas McWilliams & Nancy Browne of Killins 11 & 15 1822

Carnteel Church of Ireland from 1822
Thos son of Saml McWilliams & Sarah Goodfellow, Doolargy, Feb 3 1823
John son of John Clarke & Eliza McWilliams, 1823
? Robert son of James McWilliams & Jane Wilson/Wallace, 1823
Isabella, dau of John McWilliams (Big John) and Mary---, of Carnteel, 1823
{from marriages, youngest daughter)
Anne dau of Geo Baxter & Sarah McWilliams, 1823
Mary ? d of Samuel McWilliams & Sarah (Goodfellow) of Loughans, 1824
Mary - ____ dau of Thos Corbett & Mary, 1824
Jane dau of Chas Corbett & 1824
James, son of Chas McWilliams & Anne Browne of Killians, 20th Oct 1824
Margery/Mary dau of Jas McWilliams & Jane Hillan, Carnteel, 1825
Mary dau of John McCammon & Esther Hayes his wife of Granis, McC--- Lough b Jan 3rd bap Jan 18, 1826
Saml s of Saml McWilliams and Sarah Goodfellow, Loughans, 1825
Mary dau of Chas Corbett & Jane, 1826
Chas Richardson son of Thos Corbett & Mary Frazer of Glencross Aghaloo, 1826
Sarah, dau of Chas McWilliams & Anne Browne of Killins, 1826
James son of --- McCammon & --- McKenna, his wife of Lisdool b 16th & bap priv 29 Apr 1827
Robt s of Jas Simpson & Anne (Meglin of ___, 1827
Sarah Rebecca d of Robt McWilliams & Margt of Carnteel, 1827
Edward of James and Jane McWilliams, Carnteel, 1827
Gabriel of Saml McWilliams & Sarah Goodfellow of Loughans, 1827
John of Robert McWilliams and Margt, Killins, 1827
Martha dau of Alexr McCammon & Elizh Clarke of Glenkeen in Aghaloo b 11 Feb & bapt priv 16 Mar 1828
Thos of Chas & Anne Browne, Killins, 1828
Anne of Saml McWilliams (Loughans) weaver & Sarah Goodfellow, 1829
Oliver, son of John McWilliams, Carnteel, farmer, & Mary Mercer, baptised privately, 1829
Mary d of John Stewart & Mgt Morell, now working in Carnteel, 1827
George, Jas McWilliams of Carrenteel, labourer & Jane Hillan, 1829
Anne d of Jas Simpson of Derrycreevy, weaver & Anne Heachlin, 1829
George s of John Corbett, Edenagerragh, farmer & Jane Simpson, 1830
Clements-Edmond to Robert McWilliams, Killins, farmer & Magt 1830
James of Jas Simpson, Derrycreevy, farmer & Annie Heachlin, 1831
Jane, Chas McWilliams, Killins, farmer & Anne Browne, 1831
Sarah dau of Saml McWilliams & Sarah Goodfellow, 1832
Jane, dau of Jas McWilliams, farmer & Mary Simpson b Oct 14 & bapt Oct 19th, 1833 (see Pres baptisms)
Mary of Geo McWilliams, Publican, Aughnacloy & Eliza, 1833
Anne of Chas of Killiams, 1833
Jane dau of James McWilliams & Mary Simpson, Oct 14/19 1833
John, son of Thos & Mary Frazer, Glencull (?1833)
? John Corbett & Jane Simpson, Edenagorragh, 1834
Anne Eliza, Geo McWilliams, Aughnacloy & Eliza, (?1834)
Wm son of Robt & Margt of Carnteel, 1835
Sarah, dau of Chas McWilliams, Carnteel, farmer & Eliza (see gravestones)
James of James McWilliams, Mullaghmore, farmer & Mary Simpson, 17 Feb, 1836
Anne Eliza dau of Geo McWilliams, Aughnacloy & Eliza, 1836
Anne, dau Thos McWilliams, Aughnacloy, farmer & Jane, 1836
Richard of Robt & Margaret McWilliams, 1838
Moore, son of James McWilliams of Mullaghmore, farmer, & Mary Simpson, b 6th Dec 1838 bapt Jan 23, 1839
John of Geo McWilliams, publican & Eliza, 1839
Rebecca, Chas McWilliams, Carnteel & Eliza, 1840
Robert of Thos McWilliams, Tully & Jane Campbell, 1840
John of Thos McWilliams, Tully & Jane Campbell, 1842
Wm Jas, Chas McWilliams, Carnteel & Eliza, 1842
John Johnston & Rebecca __ McWilliams of Glenchul

Carnteel Church of Ireland, baptisms from 1843
Wm James, Thos McWilliams, Tully, farmer & Jane Campbell, 1/12/1844
Margt Ellen, Thos McWilliams, Mullaghmore, farmer & Anne ? 12/5/1844
(? Son of Moore born 1812)
Sarah Wm McWilliams, Knocknarney, farmer & Anne Wilson, 23/9/44
Mary, John McWilliams, Carnteel, farmer & Margery McConnell, Jan 1st 1845
(Illegimate)
Margt Anne, Henry Alexander, Aughnacloy & Ellen McWilliams, his wife, 1/9/1845
Mary Mercer, John McWilliams, Carnteel, farmer & Margt Clarke, 30th July, 1846

Banns of Marriage
Wm McWilliams of Dernaboray-- & Easter Smyth of Plaister ?date (Possibly Esther McWilliams of Plaister in Griffith)
James McWilliams of Carnteel & Jane Hilla of Aughnacloy (May 1822)

Marriages from 1805
John Clark & Eliz McWilliams of Carnteel (1813)
Alexander Hayes of Donoughmore & Mary McWilliams of Aghaloo 13 Nov 1813
John Mullan, Dungannon & Mary Anne McWilliams of Aughnacloy 28 June 1814 (NB John Mullan of Dungannon 2nd party in marriage settlement of Thomas McWilliams & Jane Campbell in 1836)
Wm Edwd Crofton, Lieut 50 regt of Foot & Alicia Moore the Bawn 15 Jan 1816
John Graham of L’derry & Mgt Eleanor McWilliams of Aughnacloy
Wit Jas McWilliams

Marriages 1822 to 1843
Robert McWilliams & Margaret McWilliams, Carrenteel, 17th May, 1826
Wit: Robt McWilliams
James McMahon to Catherine McWilliams of Carnteel, (?1842)
Wit: John McWilliams

Marriages from 1843
John McWilliams, Carnteel & Margt Clarke, Aughnacloy, 4/9/1845 (see marriage settlement in legal papers)
Richd McMahon & Sarah McWilliams, 17/12/1845
Robert McWilliams of Knocknarig, Aghaloo & Catherine Henderson of Cranslough, Aghaloo, 27/6/1851
Wm Agneu & (William McWilliams? sign nearly illiterate)

From Registry Office (in Carnteel C of I)

Robert Robinson, farmer, Clonfeacle, James Robinson, farmer to
Sarah McWilliams, Carnteel, full age John McWilliams, deceased, farmer (signed, Sally) 30th April, 1846

9th Feb 1865 Mary Mercer McWilliams (17) Annabeg, father John McWilliams, farmer to William McWilliam (20), farmer, Plaister, father William McWilliam, farmer
Witn James Mullen & Rebecca McWilliams

Alexander Scott, labourer, Errigal Trough, father Richard Scott, Farmer to
Margaret Ellen McWilliams, minor, Annaghbeg, Carnteel (father, George McWilliams – crossed out), 7th July 1872

Burials
John McWilliams 79 1 Feb 1807
Geo McWilliams of Carnteel (aged 96 years) 1823
Geo McWilliams, widower, Carantiel, 1824, aged 60
John McWilliams of Caranteel d 27th bur 29th May, 1826
Eliza McWilliam, wife of Wm(sic) Clarke, 1826, aged 26 years near Tynan
Ursula McMahon ors McCammon d. 12th & bur 16 Mar 1825 aged 62

John McWilliams Glencull, 1843, 63 (?84)
Mary McWilliams Glencull, 1843, 80
John McWilliams, Carnteel, June 6, 1850, 29 (?39 or wishful thinking)
Sarah McWilliams, Mullaghmore, 1851, 80
Mary McWilliams, Carnteel, 1851 (?64)

Carnteel Presbyterian Church

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

29/10/1814 Jane of Moor McWilliams of Mullaghmore
1816 Mary Jane of William McCully of Aughnacloy
3/09/1817 Elizabeth of Rev James Morell of Ballibay

Henry Alexander (of Archibald Alexander & late Mary Kerr) mar.
Ellen McWilliam ( late William McWilliam & Ellen Wilson of Derrycreevy) on 17/08/1833

Moore McWilliams (late John McWilliams & Rachael Brown of Drumerin) mar.
Martha Potter als Robinson (of Robert Potter & Lydia Maynes of Tullybleety) on 5/06/1833

Baptisms
(see earlier baptisms of James & Mary in Church of Ireland Records)
Nancy, James McWilliams, Mary Simpson, Mullaghmore, b, 7/3/44, bapt 7/4/44
Mary Anne, James McWilliams, Mary Simpson, Mullaghmore, b 7/12/46, bapt, 2/7/47
Rachel, James McWilliams, Mary Simpson, Mullaghmore, b 7/10/49, bapt, 3/3/50
{1st child bapt in the church after it being rebuilt
Thomas, (John, sic) McWilliams, Mary Simpson, b Sept 30, 1852, bapt 28/2/53
Johnston, James McWilliams, Mary Simpson, b 17/3/31855, bapt, 3/6/55
Maria, Wm Moffet, Jane McWilliams, Edenagorragh, b 23/4//55, bapt, 3/6/55
Sarah Jane, Wm Moffet, Jane McWilliams, Edenagorragh, b. 7/8/56, bapt, 5/10/56
Robert, Wm Moffet, Jane McWilliams, Edenagorragh, b, 13/3/58, bapt, 2/5/58
Charles, Wm Moffet, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b, 8/1/60, bapt, 1/7/60
Anne Elise, Wm Moffet, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b 2/10/61, bapt, 2/12/61
John, Wm Mofffett, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b 19/12/62, bapt, 18/1/63
Emily, Wm Moffett, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b, 3/3/66, bapt, 1/4/66
Melinde, Wm Moffett, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b, 23/3/68, bapt, 5/1/68
Julia, Wm Moffett, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b, 28/4/70, bapt, 2/4/71
Wm & Rebecca, Wm Moffett, Jane McWilliams, Lisconduff, b,6/12/73, bapt, 6/12/77
William John, John McWilliams, Isabella Corbitt, Cottage Hill, b 23/6/73, bapt, 4/1/74
Emily Jane, John McWilliams, Isabella Corbitt, Cottage Hill, b, 8/2/76, bapt, 4/6/76
Margt (?) John McWilliams, Isabella Corbitt, Cottage Hill, b, 13/4/78, bapt, 1/9/78

(Presbyterian) marriages – 1845-1857

Samuel Barnes, farmer, father, Robert Barnes to Isabella Corbett, Annagh, father James Corbett, Dec 31st 1847
Wm Moffett, farmer, father, Robert Moffett to Jane McWilliam, Carnteel, father, Chas McWilliams, Farmer, Mar 7th 1854
Wit; Thos McWilliams
Wm McConnell, labourer, Mullaghmore, father, Saml McConnell to
James McWilliams, Belfast, father, Moore McWilliams
Wit: James McWilliams & James Armstrong

Presbyterian Marrriages 1857-1911
John McWilliams, merchant, Mullaghmore, James McWilliams, father, farmer
Isabella Corbitt, (under age) Mullaghmore, George Corbitt, father, merchant
Wit: James Simpson, John Barnes
Aug 28, 1866

George Hurst, widower, farmer, Geo Hurst, father
Rachel McWilliams, farmer, Mullaghmore, father, James McWilliams
16 Mar, 1886
Witness, Henry Simpson


From an Internet/newspaper source

May 16 1840
On Thursday, the 7th inst., at Carnteel, county Tyrone, by the Rev. David McKinney, ROBERT HENRY, ESQ., surgeon, Pomeroy Dispensary, to MARY, third daughter of the late JOHN McWILLIAMS, ESQ., Carnteel

November 26 1842
November 17th, in the Parish Church, Aughnacloy, by the Rev. John Vignoles Brabazon, MR. JAMES McMAHON, Lisnadill, county Armagh, to CATHERINE, fifth daughter of the late JOHN McWILLIAMS, ESQ., Carnteel, county Tyrone

February 6 1847
On the 28th ult., in Aughnacloy Church, by the Rev. Edward Henry Newenham, MR. THOMAS McMAHON, Ballymacone, near Keady, in the county of Armagh, to ISABELLA, youngest daughter of the late JOHN McWILLIAMS, ESQ., of Carnteel House, in the county Tyrone

January 10 1868
January 2, in Aughnacloy Church, by the Venerable Archdeacon Stokes, assisted by the Rev. H. Bordett, ROBERT W. HOWE, ESQ., of Newbliss, county Monaghan, to SARAH, second daughter of CHARLES McWILLIAMS, ESQ., Lakeview, Carnteel, county Tyrone

Aughnacloy C of I Graveyard

McWilliam Tombstone, Aughnacloy (from Rev JM McWilliam)
The McWilliam burial ground must have been taken in 1740 when Aughnacloy Parish Church, Co Tyrone, was first opened. It is a large plot near the church door, under the end wall of the churchyard, beside that of the Moore family. There is only one stone, a very heavy ‘recumbent’ stone, at the end of the plot.
The inscription reads:
Erected to the memory of John McWilliams of Carnteel who died the 28th day of May 1826 aged 60 years. Also his wife Eleanor McWilliams who died 21st February 1843 aged 73 years. And their two daughters Mary and Margaret. Also Isabella wife of the Revd James McWilliams Maguiresbridge who died 15th April 1859 aged 67 years.

Flat tombstone headed by the compass and square
Here lyeth the body of Robert McWilliams of Carentell who departed this life the 22th day of December 1785 aged 34 years also Charles McWilliams died 3rd Jany 1875 aged 78 years and Sarah Howe died 17th Decr 1887 aged 46 years Also Mary McWilliams died 4th April 1896 aged 60 years and Elizabeth McWilliams died 1th Jany 1902 aged 96 years. Also Rebecca P McWilliams who died 5th October, 1911 aged 71 years

Sarah Mercer d 1803 aged 40
John Mercer d ? aged 50
Also John McWilliams (of Carnteel)
Mary McWilliams d June 1851 aged 63 years

Erected by John McWilliams of Manor Hastings, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
In loving memory of his father, James McWilliams of Mullaghmore who died 31st Oct 1862, aged 63 years
Also of his mother, Mary McWilliams who died 1st Aug 1901 aged 96 years

Additional McWilliams particularly in Clogher Valley

Aghaloo (Caledon) Church of Ireland (PRONI MIC1/326 or MIC 583/26)

Burials

Mar 18, 1802 Rt Hon the Earl of Belmore
Mar 26, 1802 Rt Hon the Earl of Caledon

Baptisms

Nov 17, 1805 Mary Anne dau of George & Jane McWilliams, Lismulladown
July 19, 1807 William son of George & Jane McWilliams, Lismulladown
June 2, 1811 John son of George & Jane McWilliams, Lismulladown
Aug 27 Margaretta dau of George & Jean McWilliams, Dyan
(NB There are George McWilliams' in both Lismulladown & Dyan in Tithe Books)
June 24,1821 Phobe dau of Geo & Jean McWilliams, Lismulladown
(Confirmed, aged 16, 1837)
1824 Robert son of Robert & Mary McWilliams, Caledon, Labourer

20/03/1836 John son of William & Susan McWilliams, Caledon, Labourer
Born 30/05 & bap. 10/06/1838 William, son of William & Susan McWilliam of Kilsampson, servant
23/09/1838 Anne of Robert & Elizabeth Stringer, Gilgowney, Weaver
6/12/1840 Elizabeth of Robert Stringer, Caledon, Labourer & Elizabeth McCabe

Additional entries

27/09/1815 Margaretta of George & Jane McWilliams, Dyan
3/10/1824 Robert of Robert & Mary McWilliams, Kililane??, Labourer
30/03/1826 William of John & Susan Stringer, Caledon, Butcher
24/08/1828 Sarah of John & Susanna Stringer, Mulamossa, Butcher
21/02/1830 James of George :& Jane Pettigrew, Esq, Crilly
3/03/1833 Martha of William & Sarah Williams, Curlough, Mason

Marriage Register

13/03/1835 Robert Brown, Tirlugan, Carnteel & Margt Brown, same place were married

William McWilliams of Caledon, Labourer mar.
Susan Stringer by licence, 22/04/1835
Wit: George Gaskin & William Potter
William made his mark but Susanna Stringer signed

Robert Stringer, Caledon, Servant mar.
Elizabeth McCabe, Caledon on 4/10/1837
Wit: William (I think) McWilliams & Patrick McCabe (both made their mark)

Charles Walter McWilliams of Belfast, Innkeeper mar.
Mary Anne McWilliams, Lismulladown on 10/06/1836
Present: George McWilliam & Charles McWilliams

James Graham, Mullabrack, farmer mar.
Anne McWilliams, Carnteel, spr on 8/06//1837
Wit: George McWilliams & John Johnston

Thomas Stringer of Kilishauagh, farmer mar.
Mary Anne Nixon, same place on 11/12/1835
Wit: William Dixon & Thomas Dixon

CI Fivemiletown MIC1/5-6

Jan 31st 1820 son of John & Charlotte McWilliams, Cullynane, Aghalurcher Parish
Dec 24th 1820 Jane dau of Hugh & Martha McWilliams, Kiltermon, Aghalurcher Parish
Sept 21st 1821 John son of George & Rosanna McWilliams, Artclay, Aghalurcher Parish
Jun 23rd 1824 Margaret dau of John & Charlotte McWilliams

(None of these townlands had McWilliams in the 1833 Tithe Applotment Books)

Clogher Church of Ireland MIC1/23/1

Baptisms
Mar 28 1826 James son of George & Rose McWilliams, Corick
Mar 30 1827 Margt dau of Hugh and Martha McWilliams, Slatbeg
Apr 27 1831 Robert son of George & Rose McWilliams, Corick
1833 Martha dau of Hugh & Martha McWilliams, Slatbeg
1836 Anne dau of Hugh & Martha McWilliams, Slatbeg

Carntall Presbyterian MIC1P/96/1

Bapt from 1830
b 13 & bap 16 Feb 1831 Jane dau of George McWilliams & Jane Ritchey of Carntall
b 2 & bap 29 July 1833 Anne dau of George McWilliams & wife Jane Ritchey of Carntall

Coronary Presbyterian (Knockbride Parish, Cavan) MIC1P/179/A/1-3 + B1

(from Session minutes)

Aug 2nd, 1784
The Session of the Congregation being constituted by prayer by Revd John Craig, Modr, were present Joseph Sharp, Wm Wade, Wm Heuston, John Anderson, ruling elders, appears John Lyons, acknowledges his being guilty of fornication with Elizabeth Blaze & his willingness to submit to the discipline of the Church, it was agreed he should be censured in the ordinary way before the congregation.
John Ferguson complaining that his wife had eloped & craving the advice of the session in that affair, the session agreed that she being in the bounds should be summonsed before the session that she might shew cause shy she eloped from her husband.
The Moderator closed by prayer

Other entries:
1766 James White, formication
1767 Margt Harison professes her sorrow for the sin of fornication relapsed into with John Wallace
1768 Adam Sharp, irregular marriage
1768 Martha Anderson, irregular marriage
1769 Thomas Jordan sho'd & sold horse on Sabbath

(from copy of Baptismal Register 1764-1810)

1787 Aug 15 William McWilliams & Agnes (/) Saunderson, his wife, Rosanna, 1st child
1789 Feb 16 Wm McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, Thomas, 2nd child
1790 Nov 14 John McWilliams & Isabella Wallace, his wife, John, 1st child
1792 Jan 8th James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, his wife, Thomas, 1st child
1792 July 15th William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, John, 3rd child
1793 Mar 10th John McWilliams & Isabella Wallace, Elizabeth, 2nd child
1793 James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, Mary 2nd child
1794 Aug 17th William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, Edward, 4th child
1795 Aug 23rd James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, Robert, 3rd Child
1796 May 8th Robert McWilliams & Sarah Jaminson, Thomas, 1st child
1796 May 8th William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, William 5th child
1797 Aug 6th William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, William 6th child
1798 Sept 17th William McWilliams & Hanah Bethal, Elizabeth, 1st child
1799 July 27th William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, Edward, 7th child
1799 Sept 27th James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, Rosanna, 5th child
1799 Nov 17th William McWilliams & Hannah Bethal, Thomas, 2nd child
1800 Mar 2nd Robert McWilliams & Sarah Jaminson, Mary, 2nd child
1801 Aug 23rd James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, Dorothia, 6th child
1801 Aug 23rd William McWilliams & Elinor Saunderson, Dorothia, 8th Child
1801 Dec 6th William McWilliams & Hanah Bethal, James, 3rd child
1802 July 11th Robert McWilliams & Sarah Jaminson, Samuel, 4th child
1803 Dec 24th William McWilliams & Ealoner Saunderson, Mary, 9th child
1803 Oct 30th George McWilliams & Elizabeth McCrea, Agnis, 2nd child
1804 Nov 25th Robert McWilliams & Saragh Jamison, George, 5th Child
1805 Oct 6th James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, William, 8th child
1806 Apr 6th George McWilliams & Elizabeth McCrea, John, 3rd child
1807 June 17th James McWilliams & Mary Anderson, Isabella, 9th child
1807 Aug 30th William McWilliams & Ealoner Saunderson, Samuel, 11th child
1810 Apr 29th William McWilliams & Ealoner Saunderson, Mary Anne, 12th child

(Total of 35 children to 6 couples in 23 years)

Baptismal register ends in 1810

Knockbride Church of Ireland MIC1/251

17 Mar/16 Apr 1826 Robert son of Thomas and Martha McWilliams
bap 24/9/'26 John son of Samuel & Martha McWilliams
born Apr/bap priv June 1827 Isabella dau of Thos & Mary McWilliams Killncrew
Nov 26 1828 Joseph son of Thos & Martha McWilliams, weaver
+ 2 additional McWilliams baptisms in Killncrew , details not recorded

Maguiresbridge Presbyterian

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Cavanaleck Presbyterian

Newry Presbyterian Church

Marriages
13 July 1821 Rev David Davison, minister of Dundalk & Jane Coulter

Baptisms

22 Jan 1822 Sarah dau of RG Wallace of Grinan Lodge by Rev Malcolm
Sept 1823 John Mitchel installed as minister
13th Oct 1824 Robert Smyth son of RG Wallace of Grinan Lodge
28th Oct 1826 Mary dau of RG Wallace of Grinan Lodge

Sandys Street Presbyterian Church Newry

Baptisms
John Richardson son of Rev Thos McWilliams & Anna Russell of Creggan b 11th May 1838 bapt 5th June 1838 by Rev James Shields

Children of William McCulla and Sarah Wallace

Anna Maria, b December 07, 1839, bapt 2nd Jan 1840
Robert Wallace, b September 23, 1841, bapt 4th Oct 1841
Sarah, b October 16, 1843, bapt 12th Nov 1843
William, b June 10, 1845
[Above by Rev James Shields
James Shields, b December 04, 1846, bapt 6 th Dec 1846 (address, North st) by Rev John Moran
Catherine Jane, b July 09, 1848, bapt 6th Aug 1848 by Rev John Moran
John Henry, b April 15, 1850, bapt 23rd June 1850
????, b July 14, 1851, bapt 10th Aug 1851
Eliza, b April 12, 1853, bapt 8th May 1853
Mary Margaret, b June 22, 1855, bapt 5th Aug 1855
Joseph Dickie, b December 14, 1857, bapt 4th Jan 1857
John, b July 11, 1858, bapt 14th Sept 1858
Helen, b July 20, 1861, bapt 1st Sept 1861

Rev Moran resigned on St Patrick’s Day, 1862

From a book on Sandys St Congregation

FIRST NEWRY (SANDYS STREET) Presbyterian Congregation
Its History & Relationships.
By Rev William Gordon Stahan BA
Published by W & J Magowan, Hill St Newry, 1904

Mr. Moran's installation past, the proposal for the erection of a schoolhouse or lecture hall behind the church was almost immediately revived. Plans were asked for a building fifty feet by twenty-five, two storeys high, together with a vestibule ; ami after some time Mr. M'George, Mr. Kirkpatrick, and Mr. M'Culla, were instructed to make arrangements with Mr. A. Henry to commence the building without loss of time. Why nothing came of this instruction is not recorded. Possibly the raising of £120 to meet a debt occasioned delay. Possibly, too, the desire to increase the comfort of the minister altered the direction of the Congregation's thought. For when attention was next turned to the making of an addition to the congregational properly, it was concluded that a Manse should get the prior place. And at the annual meeting of the Congregation in 1852 the erection of a Manse was ^proposed and unanimously agreed to. The names associated with the carrying out of the proposal were:—
Messrs. Wm. M'Culla, James Henderson, Robert M'Blain, William Sinclair, Henry Murdoch, Samuel Parsons, Moses Henry, George Henderson, Henry Hawkins, Thomas Laing, James M'George, Robert Glenny, John Best, and Wm. Kirkpatrick.
Instead of erecting a new house as at first proposed, the house No. 11 Downshire Place was bought from Mr. Robert Greer at £100, and by deed dated 9th May, 1855, the property was conveyed to Messrs. Samuel Parsons,
Robert M'Blain, dames M'George, and Wm. M'Culla, as trustees for the Congregation.

It was decided by a majority of the Congregation to present a call to Mr. William Todd Martin, a licentiate of the Belfast Presbytery. To this decision the minority were so strongly opposed that they seceded, and determined to organize a new Congregation. This minority included all the members of Session, and all the surviving trustees of the Manse property, the Congregational Secretary, and several members of Committee. The inclusion of so many office-bearers among the seceding section, and the fact that they took with them the books of the Congregation, did much to complicate matters; and both majority and minority were for several years a source of care and trouble to a Commission of the General Assembly. But the points over which friction arose, and the successive stages of the struggle, have long since been allowed to drop into oblivion, and no good could be accomplished by reviving unpleasant memories. It is enough to note that the minority worshipped at first in the Savings Bank, and later on in the Primitive Methodist Church, Kilmorey Street, the same building in which the parent Congregation had passed through its transitional stage; that they were erected the third Congregation in Newry by ordinance of the General Assembly in 1863 ; that they called Mr. A. C. Murphy (afterwards Dr. A. C. Murphy), son of the well-known Professor of Hebrew in Assembly's College, Belfast, who was ordained their minister; that while under his ministry they built the ornate and comfortable church known as Riverside;

Our church in its relation to progressive thought: a lecture delivered before the Newry Presbyterian Young Men's Society in the Sandys-Street Church, November 3rd, 1863 by William Todd Martin

St Patrick’s C of I Newry graveyard

Corry
[Tablet in the side facing the crosspath, of a low stone enclosure, with two others]
Burying place of Isaac and Caezarea Corry and their children, 1740

[Granite plaque on a walled enclosure]
William McCulla’s burying ground, 1847

[Granite headstone & walled enclosure]
In memory of Robert G Wallace, solicitor, formerly Lieut. in HM 65th Regt, died 12th Aug 1851 aged 62 years.
Annie Wallace his wife died 16th May 1859 aged 63 years.
And their children; Robert S Wallace, solr. died 1849 aged 24 years. And Charlotte, James & Margt Wallace, their infant children

Freeduff Presbyterian

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1837: 1st Communicants
Betty Anne Donaldson
Eliza Donaldson
Matthew Donaldson
Charlotte Donaldson

Signed: Thos McWilliams, minister & Jos Donaldson, Session Clerk
Jos Donaldson died later in 1837
Later in year, Sam'l Donaldson & for a period John Donaldson was acting Session Clerk
from 1839 the Session Clerk was John Robinson

18th Nov 1867: Joseph Donaldson on committee

We the undersigned elders, member of Session in the congregation of Creggan do believe the Confession of Faith, Longer & Shorter Catechism to be founded on & agreeable to the Word of God, & as such do sign them as the confirmation of our faith
Dated in the vestry room, Nov 6th 1842
John Robinson, William Speer, Sam Donaldson, Wm Nelson

Freeduff Presbyterian Church graveyard, Creggan Parish, South Armagh

Erected In Loving Memory
The Reverend Thomas McWilliam Minister of Creggan,
who died 15 June 1863 aged 59 years
and of his children
Elizabeth
Thomas James
Oswald
Twins Helena and Charles Primrose
From his wife

Anna Russell
Wife of the Rev Thomas McWilliam who departed this life 22nd May 1905 in her nintieth year.
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes".

Partly illegible now
1926 reading by TGF Paterson
Underneath are deposited the remains of Joseph Donaldson, the infant son of Alexander Donaldson of Tullyvallen 12 July 1813.  Also the remains of James Donaldson who departed 21st Nov 1833 and also the remains of the late Alexander Donaldson of Tullyvallen who died on 25th June 1834 in 70th year and of Elizabeth Donaldson his wife who died on 11th May 18.. aged .. years.  Also John Donaldson of Tullyvallen who died 31st Oct 1854 aged 36 years and Elizabeth wife of Alexander Donaldson Altnamackin who died June 1885 aged 51 years.

Underneath this stone are laid the remains of William Donaldson of Freeduff who departed this life the 20th of November 1815 aged 47 years. Also those of Barbara his affectionate and faithful widow who died March 31st 1865 aged 82 years.  Thou also sleep in Jesus will god bring with him.

Sacred to the memory of Mary Jenkins only daughter of John Jenkins Altnamoighan who died on the 3rd day of Jan 1816 in the 21st year of her age

Sacred to the memory of James Jenkins of Altnamoighan who died on the 5th April 1852 aged 72 years

Dundalk Presbyterian Church

[see J Dalton & JR O’Flanagan, The History of Dundalk and it environs
Dundalk, W Tempest 1864 pp 309-314]

Register of Marriages

1821 Rev David Davison m. Jane Coulter
{Davison came to Dundalk in 1818}
1820 Wm McCulloch of Carrickastuck to Margt (McClene)
Wit: James Dickie, James McCulloch, Andrew Bradford
Oct 21 1823 John Dickie Clonalenan to Jane Wallace Cloghog
Wit John Wallace, Robert Dickie, Saml Coulter
? date Saml Coulter to Ann dau of (Widow) McDowall
1832 Robert son of David Gordon to Mary dau of David Donaldson, Cloghog
Wit: Wm Gordon & Elizabeth McCullough
1834 in Carnbeg Alex son of late Jos Parker of Dundalk to Mary dau of late Saml Bradford of Cavananore
Wit: Robert Coulter & Alex Donaldson
1834 Anne, dau of Hugh McCullough of Anaghavackey & Thomas Ruth of Police station, Hackball’s cross
Wit: John T Dickie & Wm Gordon
Anne dau of late Jos Coulter, Dowdalshill & Geo Lawson
Wit: Alex Donaldson, James Dickie, Geo Irvine & Robert Coulter
1835 Thos Bradford of Carnbeg & Margt dau of late John Wallace of Cloghog (Creggan) in Clonaleenan
1835 Thos Gillies of Monaghan & Mary Jane dau of – McAvoy of Phillipstown were lawfully married by me in A Donaldsons of Phillipstown
Wit: Alexander McAvoy, Wm Charleton
1837 Rev Joseph Dickie of Rathfryland married Wm son of Wm Woods of Dundalk to Elizabeth dau of Hugh McCullough
Wit: Saml Dickie & Wm Gordon
1838 Hugh Gowie & Alicia dau of Hugh McCulloch of Dundalk
1838 Ed Givens & Sarah dau of late Joseph Coulter of Dowdallshill
1838 George son of Matthew Burns of Hackballscross & Jane Dickie were lawfully married by me this last day of June
Wit: Saml Coulter & John (Leasden)
1839 Arthur Donaldson & Eliza Brown both of (Annagh---)

Register of Baptisms
1819 Alicia dau of Hugh McCulloch Clonaleenan
1819 Samuel son of James Dickie Carrickastuck
1820 John son of Robert Dickie, Clonaleenan
1820 Saml son of James McCulloch, Anavackey
1820 Jane (Matterson) dau of John Chambers, Dundalk
1820 Eliza dau of Wm McCulloch Anaghavackey
1821 Joseph son of Robert Dickie, Anaghavackey
1821 Anne dau of Saml Wallace, Carrick------
1821 Thomas son of James Dickie Carrickastuck
1822 Elizabeth dau of John Chambers & Jane (Richey)
1823 David son of Hugh McCulloch Clonaleenan
1823 James son of Robert Dickie Anaghavackey
1823 Mary Anne dau of Ephrim McCulloch
1823 John Ritchie son of John Chambers
1823 John son of Hugh McCulloch Clonaleenan
1825 Jane dau of John T Dickie Clonaleenan
1825 Archibald son of John Chambers Dundalk
1826 Henry son of Ralph & Agnes Coulter (Hamilton) of Carrickastuck
1826 Robert son of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) Clonaleenan
1827 Mary dau of Robert & Mary Anne Dickey (Wallace)
[m Rev Jos Donaldson – 1850]
(The baptism of this child was deferred for some time on account of my absence from the neighbourhood by reason of indisposition)
1828 John, son of John & Jane Dickie (Wallace)
Wm Cunningham resigned the pastoral charge & James Beatty chosen his assistant
1829 Elizabeth Anne, dau of Robert & Mary Anne Dickie (Wallace) of Annaghavackey
[Married Wm McMaster, 1850]
1830 Mary Anne, dau of Robert & Mary Bailey (Sloan)
1831 Alexander, son of Robert & Mary Anne Dickie
1832 Euphemia, dau of John & Euphemia Robinson (Dickie) of Dundalk
1832 Maria dau of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1834 Jane dau of Robert & Jane Coulter of Dundalk
1834 Sarah Anne, dau of Ralph & Anne Coulter (Hamilton) of Carrickastuck
1834 Jane dau of Robert & Mary Anne Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1834 Joseph son of John T & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1835 Robert son of George & Anne Lawson, alias Coulter of Dundalk
1836 18th Mar Rev Joseph Dickie of Rathfryland bapt Jane dau of John & Euphemia Robinson, alias Dickie of Dundalk
1836 Jan 1st Rev Joseph Dickie bapt James son of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1836 Margt dau of Robert & Mary Anne Dickie (Wallace) of Annaghavackey
Andw, son of Andw & Elizabeth McCulloch (Donaldson0 of Clonaleenan
1837 Howard son of John & Jane Chambers (Ritchie) of Dundalk
1837 July 13th Thomas Coulter, son of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1838 Martha Anne dau of Thomas & Mary Coulter (Shields) of Newtown Lodge
1839 Mary Anne & Margt 2x daus of Thos & Margaret Bradford (Wallace) of Carnbeg
1839 Wm son of Robert & Mary Anne Dickie of Annaghvackey

1839 Rev Joseph Dickie bapt Elizabeth dau of John Thomas & Jane Dickie of Clonaleenan
1840 John Robert son of John & Anne Jane McCulla (Wallace) of Dundalk
1840 Sarah dau of Wm & Rose Anne McCulloch (Bradford0 of Dundalk
1842 Eleanor dau of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1843 Wm henry Bradford son of Wm and Rose Anne McCulloch (Bradford) of Dundalk
1844 Sept 22 Anna dau of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) of Clonaleenan
1845 My dau Margt Anna (Beatty) by Rev DG Brown
1846 Sarah dau of Thos & Margt Bradford (Wallace) of Carnbeg
1847 James son of Robert & Mary Baillie (Sloan)
1848 Euphemia dau of John Thomas & Jane Dickie (Wallace) Clonaleenan
1850 Rev James Armstrong baptised dau
1851 John Wallace son of Thos & Margt Bradford (Wallace)
1852 Elizabeth dau of Wm McMaster & Eliza Anne (Dickie) of Dundalk by Rev Mr Dodd
1853 Robert Dickie son of Wm McMaster & Eliza Anne Dickie
1855 Robert Dickie son of John Dickie & Nancy Pearson
1855 John Maxwell son of Wm McMaster & Eliza Anne Dickie
1856 Robert Dickie son of Thos Bradford & Margt Wallace of Carnbeg
1856 Wm Pearson son of John & Nancy Dickie (Pearson) b at Moyles
1857 Mary Anne dau of John & Nancy Dickie (Pearson)
1857 Dec 21st Joseph Blackley son of Sarah Wright, born at the Workhouse
1858 Emily dau of Wm & Eliza Anne McMaster
1859 Agness dau of John & Agness Dickie (Pearson) b at Moyle Mills Co Monaghan
Rev Robert Black bapt Margt dau of Wm McMaster & Eliza Anne Dickie
1861 John son of John Dickie & Nancy Pearson
1863 Wm son of Wm McMaster & Eliza Anne Dickie
1863 Margt dau of John Dickie & Nancy Pearson

Burials
Joseph Dickie 16 1850
Ralph coulter 80 1850
Maria Dickie 14 (spinal) 1847 Clonaleenan
Thos Coulter 41 1846 Dundalkd
James Dickie 10 9Spinal coup) 1846
Saml Gordon 94 1844
Alex Donaldson 72 Disease fo kidney 1843, 7th Nov Phillipstown
Wm Dickie 3 Croup 1842 Annaghavackey

Oct 1st, 1877, Joseph Dickie, Fairhill, solr in a moment of heart disease – was out at church the previous day morning ---- & in usual way on Manday one moment before death – greatly respected & lamented by all classes – the congregation lost in him an attached member, most liberal & generous.

Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth

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BRADFORD In Memory of John Wallace, third son of Thomas Bradford, of Carnbeg, who died on the 2nd day of January 1867 aged 15 years, also in memory of Frances youngest daughter of the above named Thomas Bradford who died on the 5th day of May 1870 aged 16 years. Daughter Charlotte who died on the 22nd day of September 1882 aged 34 years.
BRADFORD In memory of Thomas Bradford of Carnbeg, who died 8th Jan 1872 aged 75 years. And of Margaret his wife who died 4th July 1885 aged 74 years also their son Thomas who died 23rd Sepr 1899 aged 55 years

DICKIE In loving memory of Alexander Alfred Dickie, K.C. Bencher of King’s Inn of Beech Hurst, Bray, Co. Wicklow third son of Alexander Dickie of Roachdale who died 2nd June 1933 aged 65 years. And of his sister Sara Wallace Dickie eldest daughter of Alexander Dickie of Roachdale who died 20th February 1946.

DICKIE In loving memory of Elizabeth, Wife of John T Dickie, of Clonaleenan, who died 4th April 1819, aged 25 years. Also of the following children of the above John T Dickie, and Jane his wife, daughter of Wallace of Cloghog. James, who died 3rd August 1846 aged 10 years. John, late of H M Customs, London, who died 9th Septr 1858 aged 30 years. Euphemia, who died 31st Decr 1876 aged 89 years. And the above Jane his wife who died 23rd May 1884 aged 78 years. Also their eldest daughter Jane who died 24th Octr 1890 aged 66 years. Also their daughter Anna who died 25th August 1922 aged 78 years. And of their daughter Eleanor who died 17th February 1930 ages 88 years. And of their daughter Elizabeth who died 8th April 1930 aged 91 years.

DICKIE In loving memory of James Dickie, of Killen, who died August 26th 1835 aged 64 years. And of Euphemia Patterson his wife who died September 30th aged 66 years. Also of their children, William died September 12th 1827, aged 14 years, Margaret died March 5th 1828 aged 19 years , Samuel died May 24th 1877, aged 58 years, Eleanor, died March 29th 1878, aged 61 years, Mary died March 3rd 1884, aged 82 years. And also of Margaret Junor Dickie, wife of the above named Samuel Dickie died 3rd June 1905, aged 70 years.

DICKIE Here lieth the body of James Dickie of Clunalenon who departed this life March the first 1747 Aged 47 years. Also the Body of Mary Dickie wife of the above named James Dickie who departed this life the 5. 1762 Aged 60 years.

DICKIE Sacred to the memory of John Dickie, of Casino Malahide who died 25th Feby. 1902 aged 82. And of Agnes, his wife, who died 11th Jany. 1911 aged 88 . Also his son Robert, who died 25th Jany. 1891 aged 36 . And of his son Joseph, who died 4th July 1888 aged 23. And of his daughter Margaret, who died 31st Oct 1892 aged 29.

DICKIE Erected by John J. Dickie of Clanaleenan . . . Charles . . . so. of Lisnaboe, County of Meath . . . the 18th day of Oct 1815 aged . . . years. And is here interred at his own request.

DICKIE Sacred to the memory of Joseph Dickie, son of Mr Robert Dickie of Clonaleenan who in the bloom of his life fell a victim to the fever of the Country, in the province of Surinam, in South America, and is there interred. He departed this life 2nd October, 1807, aged 33 years.

DICKIE Erected by his loving wife in the memory of her husband Joseph Dickie Solicitor late of Fairhill Dundalk who departed this life, on the 1st day of October 1877, his 56th Birthday. Kate the beloved wife of Joseph Dickie here commemorated departed this life at Fairhill on the 30th day of January 1916 in her 88th year. In the midst of life we are in death, watch therefore for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherin the son of man cometh. MATH XXV. 13.

DICKIE Beneath this stone lieth the remains of Robert D. of Clonaleenan who departed this . . . February . . . aged 80 years. Also the remains of Mary Dickie who departed this life of the 2.th day of January 1827 aged 83 years. Also of their daughter Eleanor who died in 1802 aged 2. Years. Elizabeth who died 12 Dec 1837 aged 74 years. And Mary who died 16th June 1862 aged 86 years.

DICKIE In Memory of Robert Dickie Solicitor Fairhill Dundalk, Died July 11th 1921.

DICKIE Beneath this stone lie the remains of Robert Dickie of Roachdale who died on the 18th day of February 1810 aged 58 years. Also Jane Dickie daughter of the above named Robert Dickie who died on the 2nd day of November 1850 aged 5 years, 6 months . William died 27th of September . . . Jane died .th of December 18.6 aged 21 years. Mary Ann Dickie widow of the above named Robert Dickie who died on . . . aged . . . . Mary Ann Dickie who died . . . 1884 aged 61 years. Margaret daughter of the above Robert Dickie died on October 28th 1926 in her 91st year.

DICKIE In memory of Robert Dickie, M.D. Assistant Surgeon Honourable East India Company Service eldest son of the late Robert Dickie of Roachdale, died on the 5th of August 1844 aged 26 years whilst doing duty with the 21st Fusiliers, at Kamptee, East Indies, and is buried there his Brother Officers having erected a Monument to his memory.

McCULLA In memory of Anna Maria McCulla wife of Alexander Dickie, Roachdale, who died August 25th 1896, aged 65 years, Also of their youngest son Joseph Dickie who died February 29th 1908 aged 32 years. And of William Dickie, Roachdale, their second son who died January 27th 1919, aged 51 years. Meta youngest daughter of the above Alexander Dickie, who died January 23rd 1936. And Mary Wallace fourth daughter of the above who died December 9th 1938.

Creggan C of I

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

Creggan graveyard

L3 Here lies the body of Alex. Donaldson of Cloghog, Co. Armagh, formerly of Philipstown, Co. Louth, who died 22nd Jan. 1776 aged 85 years and of his wife Alice Donaldson, who died 24th Aug 1769 aged 82 years and of Richard Donaldson, MD, whose father Joseph Donaldson was a grandson of the said Alex Donaldson; he died 4th Mar 1879 aged 54 years.

D6 Here lie the remains of John Wallace, Attorney at Law, who died 30th Jan 1827, aged 67 years and of Jane, his wife who died 13th April 1823 aged 55 years; leaving behind them an unsullied character, an example of honour, integrity, humanity and resignation to the will of Providence, taking to this grave the sighs, the tears and the prayers of the poor.

1st Monaghan

Coolshannagh graveyard Monaghan

In memory of
THOMAS JAMES McWILLIAM
Born 9th March 1851
Died 9th Sep 1881
HESSIE MARIA McWILLIAM,
born 4th May 1855
Died 18th Dec 1887
MARION FLORENCE McWILLIAM
Died 5th August 1915
WILLIAM McWILLIAM
Born 11th March 1849
Died 30th May 1927
HERBERT McWILLIAM
Born 15th June 1882
Died 30th September 1936

On a detached stone with faded writing

Russell McWilliam
Born 23rd May 1878
Died 2nd January 1953
Elsie McWilliam
Born 21st March 1882
Died 1964

[Thomas and William were brothers; Hessie and Marion (Morell) were sisters. William married 1stly Hessie and 2ndly Marion. Herbert and Russell were sons of William and Hessie. Thomas is remembered both in Coolshannagh and also in Freeduff; I assume he is buried in Coolshannagh.]

In memory of
Jemima Anna Eccles Dickson
Born 30th December 1815
Died 28th July 1879
Anna Maria Dickson
Born 2nd December 1810
Died 27th September 1884

[Jemima & Anna Maria were aunts of Hessie & Marion Morell]

1st Ballybay Presbyterian

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

2nd Ballybay Presbyterian

2nd Ballybay graveyard

In memory of
Revd James Morell Minister at Ballybay who died on 31st August 1831 at 58 years
Letitia his wife who died on the 2nd November 1872 at 91 years
Eliza their daughter who died 6th March 1837 at 20 years
Fanny Anne their daughter who died 6th May 1841 at 28 years
Mary wife of Revd John H Morell who died on the 15th July 1849 at 28 years
Mary their daughter who died on the 16th April 1851 at 5 years
Frances Hester wife of Revd John H Morell who died on the 6th November 1865 at 48 years
Rev John H Morell Minister of Second Ballybay who died on 1st August 1888 on the 78th year of his age and the 55th of his ministry
Also his daughters Anne Park and Fanny
And his son Lowry Dickson, MD
Rev James Morell BA who died 17th December 1914 at 65 years

Ballybay Church of Ireland (MIC1/150)

Baptismal Register
4/05/1837 Anne Richardson of Thomas & Frances Lucas, Aheralane, Gentleman

Burial Register
2/07/1838 Charlotte Lucas, Agherlane (36)
17/01/1868 Thomas Lucas, Agherlane (67)
4/05/1837 John McWilliam, Aughnamullen (81)


Stonebridge Presbyterian Church

Stonebridge - visitation of Rev White - 1834

Annamakiff
Eliza Henry (Widow), Richard Henry, Andrew Henry
Alex & Margt Henry, Eliza, Mary & Alex

Creevlea
24 Francis & Maria Henry, Francis, Hugh, Margret, Bessy, Jane & Maria
25 John & Agnes Henry, Anne Jane, Margaret, Samuel, Richard, Wm.
26 Thos. & Mary Henry, Mary Anne, Jane, Lucy, Maria, Eliza, Francis, Margret, Thos., Joseph
29 Margret Calvin (John Calvin's widow Margaret Henry), widow, & Wm.
30 Widow Henry, Wm., Mary, Jane
34 Richard & Jane Henry

Grandshaw (Gransha)
47 Samuel & Mary Henry, Anne, Margret, Mary, Ralph & Sam'l mother

Legnakelly townland
70 Francis & Ellen Henry

Carrigans
Adam Henry, widower

Stonebridge Marriages from 1821 on

18 March 1822 Mathew Bleckly of Boughsalagh to Allis Lucas
23rd Jan 1823 Anne Jane Henry of Annamakiff to Richard Shannon Simpson? Rockcorry
6 Oct 1823 Mary Henry of Gransha to Saml Henrey of Creevlea
2 Oct 1826 Jane Henry of Creevlea to James & ?
6 Oct 1823 - Mary Henry of Grandshaw to Samuel Henery of Creevlea
2 Oct 1826 Jane Henery of Creevlea to James Arn (?Akinan?) of Enniskillen
4th July 1827 Alexander Henry of Annamakif to Mary Henery of Legakelly
3 April 1828 Mathew Bleckly to Sarah Bleckly both of Grandshaw
3 Nov 1828 - Dr. Wm. Thomson of Clones to Rachael Henry of Grandshaw
18 April 1837 William Henry of Shanmullan to Jane Bell of Secession Cong'n of Corranary
9 July 1837 Margt Menight to Andrew Henry of Drumcaw

Stonebridge baptisms
1822 June 20 - Hugh Henery son to Thomas & Mary Henery, Creevlea
1824 20 March - Margaret Henery daughter to Francis of Creevlea
24 July - Anne Henry (?) dau. to Samuel & Mary, Clinkirk
1825 27 June - Francis Henry of Creevlea, son to Thos. Henry, Creevlea
1826 26 Feb - Margaret Henery, (dau.) of Saml. Henery of Clonkirk
27 Feb - Richard Henery, son to John Henery of Creevlea
1827 16 March - Elisa & Anne Henery, (daughters) of Francis Henery of Creevlea
14th Nov 1828 Eliza Henry to Alex & Margt of Annamakiff
1829 12 Jan - Margaret Henery (dau) of Thos. Henery of Creevlea
18 Dec - John Henry, son to John Henry of Creevlea
1830 13th Feb - John Henery, (son) of Francis Henery of Creevlea
1832 June 26 - Wm. Henry, son to John Henry of Creevlea
Nov. 2 - Joseph Henry, son of Thos., Creevlea
1833 Jan. 18 - Raeph Henry, son to Samuel of Grandshaw
1835 14 Jan - John Henry son of Thos. Henry, Creevlea
1837 24 June - Samuel Henry of Creevlea, son to Thos
18 Aug 1843 Joseph Donaldson Henry to Alex & Margt of Annamakiff
1843 4 June - _____ Henry, dau. to Richard Henry of Creevlea
6th July 1844 Eliza to Dr & Anne Jane Henry of Newbliss
b 20th Jan, bapt 1 Feb 1846 Alexander Donaldson son of Alex & Margt Henry
b 4, bapt 18 Mar 1846 Eliza Henry of Richard and Jane Creevelea
1850 b. 6th Aug bapt. 15th Sept - Richard Henry & Anne Jane Donaldson of Newbliss -James
1852 2nd June - Richard Henry & Anne Jane Donaldson of Newbliss - Joseph.
1854 20th Apr - Dr. Henry & Anne Jane Donaldson of Clones - John

1834-1835 Stonebridge children's bible school record (on same PRONI microfilm with Stonebridge church register) show children including these Henrys:

Anne Henry
Francis Henry
Jane Henry
Mary Anne Henry
Margaret Henry
Anne Jane Henry
Samuel Henry
Hugh Henry

Stonebridge Presbyterian Church Graveyard

Erected in memory of
ELIZABETH HENRY died 28th April 1859 aged 14 years
HOWARD HENRY died 19th Dec. 1874 aged 15 years
RICHARD HENRY MD died 6th Nov 1886 aged 39 years
also of
RICHARD HENRY MD father of above
died 29th Apr 1898 aged 80 years
and ANNE JANE his wife
died 25th Dec 1899 aged 80 years
and their son WILLIAM HENRY MD
died 16th Jan 1928 aged 70 years

Clones Church of Ireland Parish Registers

Registrar Marriages / Registrar Births / Registrar Deaths

Tullylish Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Presbyterian Church / Dungannon Methodist / Killyman C of I / Kildress C of I / Derryloran C of I / Carnteel C of I / Carnteel Presbyterian Church / Maguiresbridge Presbyterian Church / Cavanaleck Presbyterian / Newry Presbyterian / Sandys Street Presbyterian Church / St Patrick’s C of I Newry, graveyard / Freeduff Presbyterian Church / Dundalk Presbyterian Church /
Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

Clones Marriages 1687-1704

1683 Nov 06 CORRUDERS, Christopher & CATHY, Jeane
1686/7 Jan 10 GRAHAME, James & ECCLES, Easter

1687 Apr 29 Mr Adam Nixon & Mrs Mary Eccles
1687 Nov 15 WISEHART, Mr William & ECCLES, Mrs Elisabeth
1693 May 21 ELLIOT, Capt William & ECCLES, Mrs Sarah

1695 Nov 05 ERVINE, Alex & CATHY, Margaret
1695 Nov 06 McMULLINE, John & CATHY, Katherine
1697 Nov 16 SCOT, James & CATHY, Ann
1698 Jul 28 EGLES, Richard & POLLOX, Isabel
1698/9 Jan 19 John Eccles & Sara Graham
1701 Feb 16 James Lowry & Margt Ormsby

1701 Apr 25 MURRAY, James & BLACKLEY, Mary
1701/2 Feb 16 NIXON, Andrew & LESLY, Margaret

Clones baptismal records 1682-1688
29/11/1683 Eccles,Margaret, Daniel
27/06/1684 Kinsellagh,Margaret, Mr Thomas
24/06/1685 Eccles, Chichester, Mr Daniel
05/01/1686 Kinsellagh, Mary, Mr William
05/03/1686 Kinsellagh, Katherine, Mr Thomas
02/12/1686 Eccles, Jean, Mr Daniell
02/03/1686 Kinsellagh, Thomas, Mr Thomas

1710 Jun 08 HARRYS, Richard son of Richard
1710 May 15 NIXON, Margaret dau of Andrew
1711 May 26 HENRY, Isabell dau oof William
1711/12 Mar 01 NIXON, William son of Andrew
1711/12/Feb/20 HARRYS, Margaret dau of William
3/06/1712 Mary dau of William Eccles
Could this be granddaughter of Gilbert & mother of William Harris?

1713 Apr 19 NIXSON, Andrew son of Robert
1713 Nov 29 HENRY, Jane son of William
1713 Dec 19 ECCLES, Gilbert son of Gilbert, Esqr by Margaret Murphy

1779 Thomas Donaldson & Mary Kelly

Clones Births
1688 July John & Mary of James Corry

1755 Oct 27 John Harris, William Harris father, Mullandavagh
1756 Dec 21 Sidney Henry
1757 Feb 15 Robt Donaldson

Burials
1792-1808
May 15 1805 Mrs Lucas (84) Clones
Mar 19 1806 John Harris (48) Clones

1808-1835
Apr 21 1810, Francis Lucas (46) Clones Parish
Feb 25 1814, Jas Henry, Shanmullagh, Clones
Dec 16, 1814, Anne Harris (60), Drummummery
May 18 1816 John Lowry
June 29 1817 Francis Henry Clonkerk
Jan 5 1818 Mary Nixon Anakillin
Feb 7 1822 Mary Henry Cerievelay
July 24 1822 Elizabeth Eccles 72 Glinew
Aug 9 1821 Anne Nixon (45) Killylong
All these ages were recorded

Baptismal / marriage records from Parish of Clones etc

Visitation of sick
9/01/1804 Mrs Lucas Clinkeen
5/04/1804 Mary Crowe Clones

15/05/1805 Mrs Lucas Clones (84)
19/03/1806 John Harris Clones (48)
21/04/1811 Francis Lucas Clones

July 1782-Sept 1808
25/01/1793 Elizh of James & Elizh Lipton, Shannock
28/11/1794 Elizh of James & Margt McMahon Drumaderany
12/06/1797 Andw of Andw & Jane Armstrong {father now in America}
6/08/1797 John of James & Margt McMahon Drumaderany
6/08/1797 Robt of Thos & Anne Bleakly Knocknabohill
22/03/1799 Jane? of Thos & Jane Lipton Annyanim
15/06/1800 Mary of Thos & Jane Lipton Shannock Mill
22/05/1800 Jane of Robt & Jane Lipton Clones
27/03/1801 Christr of Thomas & Ann Bleakly Knocknabohill
17/05/1801 Wm of Robt & Rachel Bleakly Crockavary
25/06/1801 Robt of Robt & Elizh Bleakly Bogallagh
8/07/1802 Mary of Francis & Mary Blakely Tattymorris
10/06/1803 Elizh of James & Jane Lipton Tonity Bog
15/01/1804 Andrew of Andw Clerke & Elizh (Tiatt) Clones
31/12/1803 Isabella of John Nelson & Sarah Blakely Clincumber
24/07/1803 Wm son of Rev John (Curate) & Mary Wright (b. 30/10/1803)
14/10/1804 Mary Anne of Chas Lucas & Mary Maguire Cromaghy
**** No mention of illegitimacy
21/08/1804 Alexr of Robt Johnston & Sarah Holder
3/03/1804 Thomas of Thos Blakely & Anne Read Knoccknabohill
12/01/1804 Jane of Chrisr & Rachel Blakely Knockremond
5/01/1804 Margt of Robt & Rachel Blakely Killaford
14/11/1805 James Rogers & Margt Lucas Belturbet Parish Illegitimate
*** ?22 --/10/1805 Thos of Thos & Margt Lipton Annannman Father of Sir Thomas Lipton
*** 22/03/1806 Sarah of Francis Lucas & Sarah Mayne Mullicavan Illegitimate
*** 9/02/1806 Isabella Eccles of Chas Crowe & Isabella Harris
15/06/1806 ???? Andrew Clerk & Elizh Scott Town
26/05/1806 Margt Thos Lipton & Anne Graham Anananham
30/12/1806 Margt Christr Blakely & Rachel Johnston Knockacavaen W of Maynes Mill
*** 24/09/1806 Alicia Charles Lucas Crumaghy
8/08/1806 Moore Robt & Isabel McMahon LIsroon
1/02/1807 Elizh Thos Blakely & Anne Read Crocknabohill
8/06/1807 Margt Wm Little & Margt Blakely Dresdern
28/04/1807 Margt John Magrath & Mary Lucas Crumaghy
10/11/1807 Frances Thos Lipton & Anne Graham Anananham
*** 10/03/1808 Robert Chas Eccles & Mary Black Town

MIC1/288 Chapel of Ease, Clones (Clogh)
10/6/1810 Sarah of John & Anne Bleakley Gransha
18/11/1810 Richd Jasper of Wm & Elizh Bleakley Drumderrif
11/1/1811 Wm Ball Wm Bleakley & Elizh Graham Drumghat?
28/13/1811 Margt Tobt Bleakley & Mary Graham Crumaghy
22/04/1812 Elizh Saml & Margt Gordon Mullycavan??
10/12/1812 Theresa of Wm Ross & Mary Maguire Crumaghy
31/03/1813 Jane Wm Bleakley & Eliza Graham Drum-----
30/05/1813 John Robt Gordon & Mary Graham Killy----

*** 2/03/1815 Johnston Lipton mar. Isabella Lucas

Marriages 1809 Western Division
14/11/1800 Robt Wardell, Ballyhaise & Sidney Henry, Shanmulla
*** 13/02/1804 Charles Crowe m. Isabella Harris, Clones

June 12 1810 Jas Morell Dissenting minister of Ballibay & Letitia Harris of Clinken (sic Clonkeen), Clones Parish, by licence

11/02/1810 John Moorhead & Mary Irvine, Clones Parish
16/08/1816 Jas Fitzgerald of Clonavilly & Martha Crowe of Clones
1802/1823 John Darling, Drummully & Frances Anne Crowe of Clones Park
26/10/1826 James Eccles, Gortawinny & Elizh Little, Clones
21/01/1827 Wm Bell & Rachel Crowe both Clincullick
28/03/1826 Wm Johnston, Drumsue & Mgt Bleckley, Dernawilt
28/01/1830 Thomas Crowe? & Jane Walsh, Clones
20/08/1829 Wm Atkins, Cootehill & Mary Henry, Granshaw
7/02/1830 James McWilliams & Susanna Green both Ahafin

Clones baptisms from Sept 1808-1831
11/01/1825 Isabella of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky
8/12/1826 Frances A of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky
19/01/1827 Isaac Henry, Clonodrigal
7/01/1827 Jas of John McNeil & Elizh Lucas Kileveen?
15/05/1827 Eliza of Wm Smith & Jane Eccles Lissegarten
30/10/1827 Sam'l of David Guthrie & Matilda Lucas Drum---
5/05/1828 John Maxwell Crowe of James Fitzgerald & Martha Crowe of Clonvilla
4/05/1828 Wm of John Darling & Frances Anne Crowe Clincallick
10/02/1829 Hugh of Wm Smith & Jane Eccles Lissegarten
4/05/1828 John of John Moore & Mary Lucas Killalina?

3/08/1828 Robert McNeil & Elizh Lucas Shankill Is this a marriage??
3/01/1829 Charlotte of Robert Gordon & Alicia Lucas Drustern??
17/04/1829 Thomas of Mathew Blakely & Alice Lucas Kilrousky

*** 2/02/1830 Henry of John K Jameson & --- Harris Clonkeen Lucas (May be Mary but looks a generation late)

27/01/1830 --- David Guthrie & Matilda Lucas Drum---

8/06/1830 Jane Anne of William Smith & Jane Frances Eccles, Lissegarten
22/01/1831 Frances Young of Jas Fitzgerald & Martha Crowe, Clonavilla

1/06/1834 Alice of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky
2/09/1838 Mary of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky
18-21/01/1840 Edward of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky
6/12-16/01/1842 William of Mathw Blakely & Alice Lucas, Kilrousky

Notes for Sir Thomas Lipton
Thos Lipton & Margt Mulligan m. ca. 1800
Thos, jun of Thos & Margt Lipton b 1805 (see above)
Frances dau of James Johnston & Frances Blakeley b ca 1809
Thomas Lipton m. Frances Johnston ca. 1835
& children

Clones Graveyard

Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John H. Jameson w.d.t.l. on the 13th day
of Decr. 1843 the 3rd of his ministry aged 26. "The grass withereth, the
flower fadeth but the word of Our Lord shall stand for ever". Isa. 40, chap.
8th. Also to the memory of Fanny A. Harris w.d.t.l. on the 18th March
1852 aged 87 years. Also the infant son of J. Johnstone Esq aged 6 months

[John Jameson & J Johnstone were probably grandsons of Frances Anne Harris (Lucas).]

Here lyeth the body of Matthew Blackly yonger (sic) who deceased
November the 28:1703: in age 26. And the body of Matthew Blackly: older:
who deceased November the: 26:1704. [Beautifully carved flat stone with
mortality symbols. Lettering in relief. Shirley is in error in his transcription
of this stone. A Matthew Bleakley (Blackly) is mentioned in 'The Clones
Rent Roll, 1681' elsewhere in this issue of CR.]

Vestry records

12th Apr, 1748
Agreed that no children shall hereafter be admitted as foundlings on the Parish nor any publick money paid towards such a use but that ye old accounts & charges be paid off

1748
Agreed that Manour of Shanock except Bundolin & Drumord work under the direction of Robt Eccles esq where he appoints and also part of Manor of Seidborough & Rathmoran is in ye parish of Clones is also to work under direction of Robt Eccles esq
Aghafad – Robt Eccles

At a Vestry held for ye parish of Clones on Wednesday 4th October 1749 matters were agreed in the manner following:

Agreed that the Rev William Dawson and Mr Hugh Hamilton of Shankill and Mr John McClure be overseers of the Great Road from the town of Clones to Wilemain ford
Agreed that the Rev Mr Lucas and Mr Henry Evatt be overseers from ye pound of Clones to Cumber bridge and that Mr Gernon is to assist Mr Lucas in Clones town
Agreed that Robert Eccles and Mr Hugh Hamilton be overseers from Knockballymore to Shannock Mill and so to Aghafin as formerly
Agreed that Mr Robt Beatty and Mr Alex Presho be overseers of College land
Agreed that Nicholas Ward and Mr James Noble be overseers from Dearser gate towards Cumber with the same lands as formerly
Manner Haggate, Lord Hoath’s Church lands Mr Leslie’s Glebe ye two half tates of Lisnerow and ye half tate of Clunedergate under Nicholas Ward Esq and Robt Eccles Esq
Agreed that Mr William Harris and Mr Wm Whitsit of Killiorran be overseers of Ballitrabnan and that Mr John Wright is to have Drunmorr and Agharigarg to apply where he directs
Agreed Robt Eccles and Mr Hu: Hamilton is to mend the road from Shannock Mill to Crummaghy gate
Agreed that James Smith Esq is to have ye tates as Dastgreen and to be apply’d by him in same manner
Agreed that a new road is to be from Magherenure to ye town of Clones and to be laid out by Nics Ward Esq, Mr Hu: Hamilton, Mr Robt Beatty, Mr Parkes and Mr Jas Graham

Signed
Wm Dawson, curate
Ffran: Lucas, curate
Nicolas Ward
Tho: Carson
Wm Harris
Alec Presho
Robt Beatty
John Wright
Wm Whitill
John Williams

4th Oct 1748??
At a meeting of the Clones Parish Vestry it was unanimously agreed that Joseph Wright and Mr William Harris be overseers of roads of Bellitratnan and that they collect from ye proprietors and inhabitants of ye landowners of said Bellitratnan 1/2d /acre in lieu of their 6 days labour and apply 3 parts to ye near roads of that part of the parish and ye ¼ part to that road from Mullandavagh to Smithborough.

For all overseers:
It is also agreed that said overseers above mentioned at ye several (places) in said Parish shall give publick notice to ye several proprietors and inhabitants of said parish to meet ye said overseers on a certain day and place then to be appointed and to receive 1/2d/acre throughout ye whole parish for all arable and pasture lands and proportionately for mountain lands not exempting ye lands belonging to the several overseers and to apply ye same to the several roads under their districts in lieu of ye six days labour and account for ye same under their hand upon next Michaelmas Vestry and that ye overseers oblige them that refuse to pay to work the six days labour according to ye statute.
It is also agreed that ye town of Clones is to work as usually

A Vestry held Tuesday 31st May, 1752
Agreed Mr Edward Madden, Churchwarden, Fermanagh part of parish
Agreed Wm Bradshaw for Monaghan side
Agreed ye former Churchwardens should pay their money and accounts to present before 1st April next
Agreed a majority of ye Protestant parishioners now present that the sum of £7 be cessed for ye parish Clerk of Clones and sum of £5 for the Clerk of the chapel this ensuing year
Mr Wm Harris of Mulendavagh, Mr John MClure of Drummaderany, Mr James Beatty of Clones & Mr Gerard Henry of Smithboro be applotters for ye Monaghan side of ye parish this year for £1 Clerk’s salary & to applot it immediately
Signatures incl ff Lucas and Wm Harris

Also applotters as above for 1753

9th Nov 1754
Agreed
Edward Madden esq and Mr Jas Beatty & Mr Jas Graham sue John Harvey, carpenter at the expense of the parish for non performance of his agreement with the parish and they are to take care to have the church kept waterpart until proper workmen can be got to finish the repairs

1753
Wm Harris and Wm Whitsitt overseers
£50 for repair of roof and church

[In the 1850s William Harris was a member of the parish vestry in Clones C of I and Tithe Apploter for the Monaghan portion of the parish]

60 pages (565-620) of the Vestry minutes is taken up with resolving seating arrangements
A regulation of seats made at a vestry in Clones, Rev George Leslie, Rector, July 28th, 1735
And newly transcribed out of that former registry from 1735-1783

Examples
Hon Lord Dacre’s
John McClure of Derivan resigns his 4th Part adjoining Col Willoughby’s to his grandson, John McClure
Robt Beatty resigns 4th par to Geo Nixon, Andrew Crafford, Col John Mayne
1762 Capt Mayne/Fras Crafford – entire property of Capt Mayne

1744 John Graham of Mullaghbrady to build a seat opposite James Beatty
July 1755 At this backward date it says that the seat belonging to Mrs Eccles should be continued as long as any of the family remain in the parish
The Eccles seat The half of this seat has been sold this spring, 1820, by John Eccles & his father of Lackey to Mr Moore of Gortnawincy
Claimed by Mr Dickson & Mr Jameson; Mr Moore’s right is admitted for 6 persons at most
There are 3 of the Eccles family (making) accommodation

1789
It is resolved that we confirm the Act of 1762 that Robt Eccles & Thos Noble shall have that ground at the corner of the old steeple for to build a seat thereon for their own use we now confirm the right said Robt Eccles, dec’d had in the said seat to Daniel Eccles, son & heir

Lavey C of I. Co Cavan

Donacavey C of I (MIC1/45)

Baptismal Register:

21/10/1838 Fanny of Robert West & Mary Anne, his wife
2/02/1840 Charles son of Robert West & Mary Anne, his wife, Fintona
*** Possibly a rebaptism, ie see the gap between Charles & Isabella
26/03/1840 Isabella, dau of Robert West & Mary Anne, his wife, Mullans
10/04/1842 Robert, son of Robert West & Mary Anne, his wife, Mullans
24/11/1845 Mary Anne dau of Robert West & Mary Anne
3/10/1847 Charlotte dau of Robert West & Mary Anne

Missing is James, one of the older children.

Additional entries:

6/02/1802 Daniel of George & Mary Eccles, Fintona
23/08/1807 Henry of Carson & Mary West, Mullans
March 3 1849
WEST. On the 20th ult., at his mother's residence, Mullans, near Fintona, aged 40, of consumption, DOCTOR HENRY WEST
9/01/1808 George of Francis & Mary McKeown Sionfad
18/06/1809 Sarah of John & Mary McKeown
31/07/1809 Alice of Francis & Mary McKeown Sionfad
5/10/1809 James of Skelton & Sarah West, Fintona
28/10/1810 John of Robert & Mary West, Fintona
3/09/1811 Anne of Skelton & Sarah West, Fintona
27/11/1811 Frances of John McKeown
8/12/1812 Matilda of Robert & Mary West
7/03/1814 George of Skelton & Sarah West
27/04/1816 William of Skelton & Sarah West
22/01/1817 John Dickson of Daniel & Louisa Eccles

7/07/1839 Henry of James & Margt West Sionfad
16/04/1848 Mary Anne of Robt McWilliams & Rebecca
31/03/1850 Eliza Jane (born 7/03) dau of Robert & Rebecca McWilliam (Mullen) of BAronagh
Sponsors incl. Rt McWilliams, Carntal

Marriages:
14/11/1837 Robert Herdman, St Thomas Parish, Dublin & Belinda Dickson of Cavan House

Fintona Presbyterian (MIC1P/283)

Charles West, son to Robert West & his wife, Mary Lucas, Parish of Fintona
born 18/12 & baptised 24/12/1837
Marriages are recorded from April, 1836 but no sign of above marriage.

St Anne’s Ballyshannon

The church register of Inismacsamph in which parish part of Ballyshannon lies has some early Dickson records. It begins on "the first of Jullye 1660". Amongst these are:
Susanna Dicksone the daughter of Alexander Dicksone by his wyfe Nicklas was bapt. the 2nd of Jullye 1660 her godfather was Richard Dumbare her godmothers was Susanna Watson and Hellen Lyttle.

Margrat Dicksone the daughter of Robert Dicksone by his wife Elezabeth was bapt. the 13 of October 1660 her godfather was John Ramsaye her godmothers was Jannat Ramsaye and Gressall Johnstone.

James Dicksone and Jannat Johnstowne was married the 26 of May 1664.

Henerie Dicksone the son of Alexander Dicksone be his wyfe Nicklas was bapt. the 20 of December 1664 his godfathers was Henerie Haslatt and John Humes his godmother was Marie Manerce.
The daughter of Robert Dicksone be his wyfe Elizabeth was bapt. the 29th of Aprylle, 1665; her godfather was Alexander Dicksone, her godmothers was Catherine Dicksone and Isobell Irvinge
Isebel Dicksone, ye daughter of Allex Dicksone by his Nickllas was baptized the 12 of May 1667; her godfather was William Watson, her godmothers was Ane Watson and Barbara Johnstone.
Alex Dickson, son to Robert Dicksone by his wyf Elspeth was bapt. the 16 Feb 1668; his godfathers was Alex Dicksone and Alex Watsone and his godmother was Margatt Dowglas
John Dicksone and Nans Armstrong was maryed the 14 of August, 1672.

Kilbarron church register from 1699
April 23rd Henry Dickson had a child baptised Elenor. Godfathers Mr Jennings, Mr Shane; Godmothers Mrs Gardiner, Mrs Paget
Thomas Dicksone and William Dicksone were confirmed Kilbarron, July 10th, 1723

Tombstone inscriptions in Mullaghashee churchyard, Ballyshannon
Beneath this stone are deposited the remains of James Dickson, who departed this life on the 17th day of July, 1802, aged 82 years. Also the remains of Elizabeth his wife who died the 30th day of ----- 1808, in the 86yh year of her age.
Beneath this stone are deposited the remains of Elizabeth Dickson, Relict of the late Robert Dickson Esq of Ballyshannon who departed this life 7th day of May 1806, aged 82.

Gravestone inscriptions in St Anne's, Ballyshannon
John Reynolds Dickson of Woodville
b Aug 13th, 1808 d June 7th 1880
Clara (his wife) b Sept 23rd 1817 died 15th May 1879

ilmo Louisa Hewan, wife of Rev JW Dickson who fell
asleep in Jesus March 16th 1891 (John 17:24)
Also her husband Rev Joseph William Dickson AB TCD
Rector of Castle Archdale,
who died 1st April 1900 aged 91

ilmo John William Dickson Lt Col DLI
b Nov 19th 1802 d Nove 7th 1899
Also Thomas Hyacinth Dickson Com RN
b Sept 11th 1844 d Sept 12th 1888

Elizabeth Dickson, relict of late Robert Dickson
of Ballyshannon d 7th May 1806 aged 82

Dublin Parishes

Dublin Church of Ireland Parishes

Marriage of Charles Eccles and Rebecca Stewart on 11 July 1745 St. Michan, Dublin

Charles Lucas, Capt Fermanagh Militia married Frances Eccles in St George's Parish July 27, 1811

Marriage of Edmond Allen Lucas of Lurgan Lodge, Co Sligo, now residing in Southville St and Margaret Ellen Hackett on 13th May 1842 in the Parish of St George, Dublin, John Hackett, witness for husband, WW Hackett, witness of wife

Charles Edward Eccles, born 20 October 1850, was baptised on 14 November 1850 in the church of St Peter, Dublin, Father Charles Eccles of Fintona, Co Tyrone Mother Isabella Eccles

Area - Dublin (COI) , Parish/Church/Congregation - St. Anne
Marriage of Charles Edward Eccles of Rochfort Lodge Bundoran Co Donegal and Matilda Theodosia Browne of Fintimara Warrenpoint Co Down on 11 December 1883 in St Annes, Dublin; William Browne Lecky (Witness for Husband), Rose Sarah Browne (Witness for Wife)

John Stewart Eccles, born 6 Oct 1847, was baptised in the church of St Peter, Dublin on 4 Nov 1847 Parents Charles & Isabella Eccles

John Stewart Eccles of 22 Lower Fitzwilliam Street & Ecclesville, Co Tyrone (father, Charles Eccles) married Caroline Browne of 8 Leinster Street (father, Thomas Richardson Browne)

Robert Gilbert Eccles, born 25 Oct 1854, was baptised in the Church of St Peter, Dublin, 8 November 1854, father Charles Eccles, 8 Fitzwilliam Upper, mother Isabella Eccles

Marriage of Connolly William Lecky Browne Lecky (father, Thomas Richardson Lecky) of Shelbourne Hotel and Aughtentaine Castle Fivemiletown, Co Tyrone and Anna Henrietta Eccles (father Charles Eccles) of Ecclesville, Fintona Co Tyrone on 28 November 1878 in St Annes
Chas E Eccles, witness for husband & Theodosia Browne, witness for wife.

Marriage of James Vesey Lendrum (occupation, Captain, Seaforth Highlanders, father James Lendrum) of the United Service Club, Dublin & of Derrybard, Omagh and Constance Isabel Eccles (father, Charles Eccles) of Ecclesville, Fintona, Co Tyrone on 28 November 1885 in St Anne's

 

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Kane Old Graveyard, Co Louth / Creggan C of I / 1st Monaghan Presbyterian Church / Coolshannagh graveyard / 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church / 2nd Ballybay Presbyterian Church / Stonebridge Presbyterian Church / Clones C of I / Lavey C of I, Co Cavan / Donacavey C of I / St Annes Ballyshannon C of I / Dublin Parishes

Presbytery Minutes Ballybay / Presbytery Minutes Monaghan / Back to Top

Ballybay

12th May 1841 - Visitation of Creggan.
6th Oct 1846 Rev Th McW Moderator.
1849; Rev DG Brown preached in Creggan & met with Session, Committee & Congregation; £20 stipend paid; Manse seriously encumbered.
C'blayney 1st Feb 1848
A document was then presented signed 'Thomas McWilliams' and 'Anna McWilliams' against Rev JH Morell and his wife Mrs Morell for withholding a sum of money justly and legally belonging to the complainants. After mature deliberation Mr McW was requested to withdraw the complaint and the Moderator was directed to summon JHM to attend on Tuesday next in order to have the matter explained and amicably adjusted.
JHM refused to meet privately.
Discussed in Presbytery - Th McW claimed 1/5 of the property of late Mrs Park of Newry. JHM pointed out that it was a legal matter and having discussed it with the other parties they were not inclined to concede to Mr McW.
In view of the circumstances the Presby. stalled and the matter seems to have faded out.

1853 - Visitation of Creggan.
[NB Rev. Joseph Donaldson of Pres of Connaught present.]
Some members of session said they thought their minister's preparation ought to exhibit more care.
£240 are due on manse to Rev Th McW
80-90 families belong to the congregation (30 have emmigrated within the last 6 years)
120-125 at Lord's Supper; 7-9 baptisms/year
Psalmody is in a good state
1859 - 7th June - Rev DG Brown to tell Creggan it is in a position to choose an assistant and successor.
1860 - 17th July - Rev Th Croskery as assistant and successor to Rev Th McWilliams.
July, 1846 - appointed ministers to preach in behalf of missions.
DGB and Th McW - members of Ballibay presbytery sitting on the Board of Missions.
[The issue seems to have been to get the Board to release funds to pay licentiates and probationers for local 'outreach' activities.]
8th Jan 1847 - to receive Rev Dr Dill
23rd Dec 1847
Agreed unanimously to Petition both Houses of Parliament in behalf of Tenant Right. A draft of a petition was read and approved. The ministers of the Presbytery and an elder from each congregation were requested to sign it.
Present - Th Boyd Mod, Geo B Coulter, Th McW David Bell and Blair Shaw.
6th Feb 1849
Read a Memorial from Mr James Lowry praying assistance from the Presbytery to enable himself and his wife and family to emigrate to Canada.
Agreed to take a collection from the members and others present in court and to forward it immediately to Rev Wm Reid of the Banbridge Presbytery and also to recommend the case of Mr Lowry to such members of our several congregations as have the means of assisting him in his misfortunes.
Moderator forwards 13/9 to Rev Wm Reid of Scarva for Mr Jas Lowry.
Dec 1849 - Mr George Brown who is about to emigrate to America applied for and received credentials.
Aug 1850 - Mr McWilliams gives notice of his intention to move a note of censure upon certain members of Assembly for rushing into courts of law and thereby embarrassing and disgracing the Presbyterian Church.
1851 - Overture to General Assembly against expending charitable funds in litigation. No suit in law should be commenced and protest against wasting the Magee Bequest in Chancery proceedings.
4th July - DG Brown and Isaac Moore (elder) appointed to Conference re Magee.
Prev;. Magee to Derry or Coleraine
1852 - Resolution in support of Rev Richard Dill in Magee matters;
Present: Black, Brown, (Coulter) McWilliam, (Boyd), Bell, McAuley.
Morell was absent and (dissented)

At Ballibay, 13th August, 1850 the Presbytery of Ballibay being met and constituted inter alia, it was moved, seconded and passed, Mr JG Smyth alone dissenting that in the opinion of this Presbytery it would be expedient to build the Magee College in the city of Derry or town of Coleraine, according to the extent of supplementary contributions from those places respectively.
Extracted from the minutes of the Presbytery of Ballibay this 14th day of August, 1850 by
David Bell “Clerk”

Visitations:

1851
1st Newtownhamilton; 120 families; 5 1st communicants on average but when things were good we had 27.
1852
2nd Ballibay - 200 families in Congregation; no mention of emigration.
1853
Broomfield visitation.

34 families left in last 4 years principly by emmigration - 85 families at present.

1st C'blayney - 150 bona fide families.

1853 - Rev David Bell asks leave to resign.

No. of Families in Presbytery of Ballibay.
NTH 100
Creggan 73
Newbliss 125
Broomfield 47
1st Clontibret 118
Armaghbrague 87
McKelvey's Grove 78
Derryvalley 85
1st C'blayney 179
2nd C'blayney 116
Drumkeen 115
1st Ballybay 125
2nd Ballybay 190 (450 persons on ave. at public worship; 260 communicants)
Crieve 78

Members of the Presbytery of Ballibay in the 1850s.
Daniel G. Brown - Newtownhamilton.
JH Morell - 2nd Ballibay.
George B. Coulter - 2nd Castleblayney.
Thomas McWilliams - Creggan.
David Bell - Derryvalley.
Thomas Boyd - 1st Castleblayney.
S Blair Shaw - Broomfield.
Andrew Molyneaux - 1st Clontibret.
David Hanson (Assist.) - Drumkeen.
Richard Ross - Drumkeen.
Matthew McAuley - McKelvey's Grove.
Livingstone re events in 1881 describes Macauley as the veteran Castleblayney Home Ruler and Tenant Righter. In 1886 he found things so rough in his area (boycotting etc) that he had to resign his ministry and leave. Many of his parishioners had left his congregation and especially after he supported the Home Rule bill, he found himself the subject of much personal abuse. When he arrived at his church on Sunday July 11 1886, he found the walls desecrated and 'No popery' written on them. On another occasion a mob surrounded himself and his wife.
Pall Mall Gazette and Times 23 Apr 1887.
"They cursed the Pope and used other forms of language too odious to print in a respectable newspaper like yours. Some of the men are my own congregation, others belong to different denominations of Protestants in the district. There were no Catholics among them. I was advised to prosecute them, but I did not like to set the law in motion against men and boys whom I baptised".

Thomas Black - Armagh Brague.
John Gordon Smyth - 1st Ballibay.
Andrew Johnston - Newbliss.
Richard Ross - Drumkeen.
Martin McDowell - Crieve.

Monaghan

Presbytery of Monaghan, May 25th 1813.

Mr White reported that agreeably to the injunction of Presbytery, he had used every effort, to serve Mary Fox, with the notice, as enjoined by Presbytery, that not being able to find herself, he left a copy of it, in the house of her half sister, where she had been in y' habit of calling, and supposes that she must have received it. Mary Fox, not having appeared, the Moderator inquired of Mr Morell, whether he had been served with any notice of any charges to be brought against him, who answered in the negative, but expressed a wish, that as this meeting of Presbytery, had been appointed for the purpose, of investigating certain reports that had been circulated injurious to his character, that they should proceed, with this wish the Presbytery complied. Certain authenticated documents and statements of Mary Fox, were now produced and read, charging Mr Morell with seduction and other immoralities consequent thereto, as contained in the annexed papers, numbered 1,2,3,4. Mr Morell on his defence, produced a variety of written affidavits, Numbered 5-10 which are ordered to be in retention, and other circumstantial evidence, and in addition to these, George Breakey and William Shegog Esq. appeared and being solemnly adjured, gave evidence to the following effect; Viz. that they have been in particular habits of intimacy, confidence and friendship with Mr Morell for many years back, that they have been in the habit of coming to his house without waiting for the formality of an invitation at all hours of the day and night, that they particularly recollect seeing a servant girl at Mr Morell's of the name of Mary McCullen who was afterwards married to a man of the name of Fox, that they remember when she was first hired with Mr Morell, and that she then appeared to be about 14 or 15 years of age, that she lived about 2 1/2 with Mr Morell; that they have seen her attend table and come in and out of the room where they have been sitting; that they have never observed anything either in the conduct or manner of the Girl, or in the conduct or manner of Mr Morell, that would lead to the most distant suspicion, that any improper connection existed between them; and they believe that had any such connection subsisted they must have at some time or other observed something, that would have excited suspicion, especially as they have seen Mr Morell in his most unguarded moments, and have come to his house unexpectedly at all hours, sometimes after he had gone to bed at night, and sometimes before he was up in the morning; that they firmly believe that no such connection ever existed; that the present character of Mary fox is the worst they ever heard of, that she has the character of being a whore, a thief, a drunkard, and a perjured woman, and that she is not worthy of her credit on her word or oath ~ an affidavit of the Rev John Baird of Stratford on Slayney, No. 11, to the above effect was also read and ordered to be in retention - Messrs the Rev Archibald McHarg, Patrick White, and Robt Campbell also made similar statements ~ here Mr Morell concluded his defence.
The Presbytery, on Mary Fox's failing to come forward, having proceeded on documents, proved to be authentic, and having heard Mr Morell's defence, which consisted both of written affidavits and personal evidences, and have also considered, the jargon of inconsistencies and contradictions, on the part of the documents, brought forward and proved to be the production of Mary Fox, do now pass on Mr Morell a sentence of Honourable acquittal and do believe the imputation against his character, by the said Mary Fox, to be gross calumnies, dictated by malice and persevered in, from a spirit of revenge.

 

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