Belfast Weekly News
January 24 1857

    (please note, the quality of print when transcribing was very poor)


   January 21, at Arthur Street, the wife of Mr John Coates,solicitor, of a son.

   January 21, at 55 May Street, the wife of Mr Malcolm M’Kenzie, of a daughter.

   January 20, at Pilot Street, the wife of Mr. J. Clarke, of a son.

   January 21, at Derry, the wife of Alex. Lindsay, Esq., of a son.

   January 17, at High Holywood, the wife of Mr Herberts Dale, of a daughter.

   January 14, the wife of the Rev. Robert G. Jones , of a daughter.

   January 18, at St Stephen’s Place, Fleetwood, Mrs Humphreys, of a son.

   January 11, at Portrush, the wife of Mr. D.T. Wilson, Lioyds agent, of a son.

   January 15(?) at Downpatrick, the wife of the Rev. J.S.Eagar, of a daughter.

   January 12, at Bangor, the wife of Capt. M’Dowell, of a daughter.


   January 15, at St Anne’s Church, by the Rev. J.C. Flood, Mr Robert Begbie(?), gardener, Ballymenoch, to Miss Elizabeth Byrne, of same place.

   January 15, in York Street Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. David Hamilton, Mr James Archer, merchant, Belfast, to Mary Jane, only daughter of Clements Bell, Esq., Ballyearl, Co. Antrim.

   January 15, in Soldierstown Church, by the Rev. R. Hill, Joseph Irwin, Esq.,of Millpark House, Laurencetown, to Sarah, daughter of Edward Chapman, Esq., of Soldierstown.

   January 13(?) at Craigs(?) Church, by the Rev. G. Kirkpatrick, William Young Esq., Fenaghy(?), to Jane, eldest daughter J.W.Armstrong, Esq., Culmore, Kilrea.

   January 14, in St Mary’s Church, Newry, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore and Connor, Mr Thomas Flood, of Newtownhamilton, to Eliza, only daughter of the late Mr William Glasslough, Mineen(?).

   January 15 in the Presbyterian Church of Dromora(?), by the Rev. Wm. John Patton, Mr Robert Sterling(?), of Dromore, to Miss Sarah Jane M’Kelvey, Dromora.

   January 15, in the Drumlough Presbyterian Church, Mr Hugh Nelson, of Drumadoney, to Miss Scott, of Growell, Dromora, Co Down.

   January 14, in St Anne’s Church, Dungannon, by the Rev. William Quain, Mr Henry Reilly, of Armagh, to Emily Mary, second daughter of Mr James Duncan, Dungannon.


   January 21, of pulmonary consumption, at Ballyvester, Donaghadee, aged 20(?) years, John, eldest son of Mr Francis Connolly, for three years, Medical Scholar, Queens’ College, Belfast.

   January 17, in his 82nd year, Wilson Irwin, Esq., of Kearn House, Portadown. The estimation in which he was held by his friendsand neighbours was testified by the immense ..(?) of persons which attended his remains to their final resting place.

   January 20 (?)at his mother residence, Renaghon(?), Loughinisalnd, of disease of the heart, Charles C. M’Mullen(?) Esq., M.R.C.S.I., late of Donegall Street,

   January 20(?), David, youngest son of the late Mr John Spence, Ballydollaghan, aged 20 years.

   January 17, Rutland(?) Square North, Dublin, Henrietta , wife of the Rev. Wm. Chichester O’Neill, Shane’s Caslte, Co Antrim, and daughter of the late Judge

   January 13(?) at his residence, Dunboe(?), James D(?), Esq., in his 37th(?) year of his age.

   January 18(?), suddenly, at Hillsborough, Mr William Hanna(?), formerly a Sergeant in the 43rd(?) Light Infantry, and for many years past in the employment of the Marquis of Downshire, much and deservedly regretted.

   January 18(?), the infant son of Mr. Edward Whitty, aged four months and a half.

   January 16, at his residence, Glengall Place, Francis Smith, Esq. Solicitor.

   January 15, at his residence, Ivy Cottage, Ballynafeigh, ( formerly of North Street), Mr Wm. C.H. Lewis, aged 56 years.

   January 18(?), at Ballygoskin, Co Down, John Dobbin Wilson, in the 87th year of his age.

   January 18(?), Jane’ only daughter of John Lawther, Cluntagh, Crossroads(?), Killyleagh.

   January 10, at Greenmount, the Rev. Robert Thompson, Rector of Navan.

   January 14, of disease of the lungs, George Hamilton, of Eden, County Donegal, Esq. J.P.