Belfast Weekly News
April 18 1857
April 12, at 77, Inkermann Terrace, the wife of Henry M. Thompson, of a son.
April 9, Mrs M Atkinson, Glenavy, of a daughter.
April 8, at Belmont, Southampton, the wife of E.W. Jobling, Esq., of a daughter.
April 9, at Charlemont Fort, the wife of Liutenant-Colonel De Rinzy, Royal Artillery, of a son, stillborn.
February 3, at Government House, Mauritius, Lady Macaulay Higginson, of a daughter.
December 7, at Richmond, Melbourne, Mrs. Gilbert Handasyde, of a daughter.
April 14, in the First Killymurris Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. John Wilson, Mr Mann Harbison, Newtownards, to Ellen, daughter of the late William Bradshaw, Ballywatermoy, near Ballymena.
April 9, at the First Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, by the Rev. James Morgan, D.D., John Clarke Graham Esq., of College, Carnlough, Co Antrim, to Ann Jane, daughter of the late William Foster Esq., of Holywood, County Down.
April 7, in the Parish Church, Newry, by the Very Rev. Daniel Baggot, Dean of Dromore, George Cowan, Esq., Damolly Mills, to Abigail , youngest daughter of William Warren, Esq., Canal Quay, Newry.
April 15, at St Peter’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. R. Ritchie, George Devenish, Esq., C.E., eldest son of Robert Devenish, Esq., J.P., Rush Hill, County Roscommon, to Mary Percy, only surviving daughter of the late Major Jones, Drunard House, County Leitrim.
December 20, at Carlsbrook, Australia, D.B. Watson, Esq., to Rachael, sixth daughter of Thomas Greer, Esq., of Mullalelish, County Armagh.
April 15, Stevenson, only child of Mr W. M’Cullough, 38, Donegall Street, aged one year.
April 11, at Belfast, Alice M’Farrell, at the advanced age of 100 years.
April 11, at his residence, 6 Nelson Street, Mr Francis Lee, teacher, aged 64 years.
April 10, at 44, North Street, Robert, infant son of Wm. Reilly, aged 7 months.
April 11, at Portadown, Mr William Ewart, formerly of Belfast, aged 38 years.
April 11, at William Street, Derry, Mr Bernard M’Feely, merchant.
April 9, at Leckpatrick, Strabane, the Rev. Michael Magill, R.C.C.
April 10, at Everton, Liverpool, Captain James Scott, formerly of Belfast.
April 11, at his residence, 14 Pottinger’s Entry, James Carolan, aged 54 years.
April 9, at 3 Earl Street, Dundalk, Joseph Tipping, only son of Mr James Parks.
April 11, at the Reformed Presbyterian Manse, Newry, Mary, wife of the Rev. Robt. Wallace, and eldest daughter of the Rev. Andrew Wilson, Dungannon, aged 26 years.
April 12, Maria, daughter of the late Rev. William Bruce, D.D., of Belfast, and wife of Edward Hutton, M.D., of Gardiner’s Place, Dublin.
April 7, suddenly at Lifford, County Donegal, Richd. Cowan Chambers, Esq.
March 17, Mr Charles Stevenson, a native of Kilkeel, County Down, aged 69 years, and for the last thirty-eight years a resident of New Orleans.
March 13, at her residence 1, Chapel Street, Charleston, South Carolina, Anna, wife of Mr William Steele, formerly of Ballymagreehan, County Down.
April 8, at Great Edward Street, Belfast, Mr. J.Rea.
April 5, at Airmount, Bawnboy, John Benison, son of the late William Benison, Esq., of Cairm, Co Cavan.
At his residence, 4 Bernbeck Terrace, Weston-super-
April 9, at 17 Claremont Street, New Road, Mount Pottinger, aged one year, one month and twenty-one days, Isabella Maria Warrington, only child of Mr John Church, Belfast.
April 7, at 15 Dock Street, Mr Hugh Scott.
April 8, Mr Hamilton Patton, Ballydorn, Killinchy.
November 23, at Paris, Kentucky, U.S., after an illness of only four days, Mr John Ranson, formerly of Belfast, in the 36th year of his age.
March 9, at Peterborough, Canada West, Thomas Hay, Esq., M.D, third son of Lieut.-Colonel Hay, of Seggieden, Perthshire, Scotland. He settled in Canada in 1840, and in 1843 married the eldest daughter of the late Hon. Thos. Alex. Stewart, of Auborn(?), Canada West, and formerly of Whitehouse, County Antrim.