Belfast News Letter
March 1, 1833
Newsletter March 1 1833:
On the 22 ult. At North Great George’s Street, Dublin, the Lady of James Major, Esq., Assistant –Barrister, Cavan, of a son. On the 21st ult. at Ballymully Glebe, near Cookstown, the Lady of the Rev. Alex. George Stuart, of a son.
On the 26th ult. By the Rev. Mr Carson, Templepatrick, Mr. John GLASS, son of Mr. Wm. Glass, Claughinduff, to Miss GREEN, daughter of Mr. Alex. Green, of said place.
Feb.19, in the Church of Fintona, WILLIAM BEATTY, Esq., of Cappy, Co Fermanagh, to Jane, only daughter of Wm. KERCHANT, Esq. Fintona.
On Saturday last, in George’s Church, Dublin, THOMAS W. LLOYD, Esq., 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, to CHARLOTTE, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Knox Magee, of Fair Hill, in the county of Louth, Esq.
On the 23d ult. By the Rev. Dr. Cooke, Mr HENRY FOWLER, to Miss MARYANNE DOWLING, both of this town.
In Lurgan Church, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Edward Kent, Mr. MOSES TAGGART, to Miss E. KELLY, youngest daughter of Mr. Arthur Kelly, both of Lurgan.
At Cushendall, on the 19th ult by the Rev. Patrick O’Neill, P.P., Mr STEWART MACALESTER, Garrew Point, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr J. Murphy, Nappen.
On the 22nd Feb. in the 13th year of her age, ELIZA, eldest daughter of H. Searson, of Belfast, book-binder.- She bore a tedious illness with a patience rarely found in persons of riper years. The gentleness of her manners and sweetness of her dispositions had greatly endeared her to elder as well as juvenile acquaintances.
At Magherafelt, on the 21st ult. Miss ELIZABETH DAWSON, relict of the late Mr Arthur Dawson.
On the 20th ult. At his residence in Cullybackey, in the 58th year of his age, Mr Wm. LOUGHRIDGE, father of the Rev. Wm. Loughridge, Presbyterian Minister of Dundrod, sincerely and deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
On the 25 ult. At Shoptown, Glenwherry, in the 84th year of his age, Mr. JOHN SAUNDERSON.
At Dundrum, near Dublin, on the 23 ult., aged twelve years, ELIZA, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Jeremiah Ward, formerly of this town.
At Cephalonia, on the 3rd of January, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel O’KELLY, of the 11th Regiment.
On the 18th ult. At the house of her son, Talbot place, Dublin, Mrs ELIZABETH MOORE, relict of the late Surgeon Wm. Moore, of the Cavan Militia, aged 68 years.
On the 21s ult, ISABELLA, relict of the late Mr Archibald Forsythe, Edenmount, near Moira, at the advanced age of 88 years.
At Middletown, on the 19th ult. In the 18th year of his age, John, second son of Mr James Johnston, of that town.